Welcome to my Quicksilver Commander 635!
It is a sporty and elegant motorboat, very safe and robust. It is 6.35 meters long and it comes with 150 HP engine.
It is located in Kaštela*, just 5 minutes drive from Split airport, 10min to Trogir, 20 min to Split.
*from 11-25.8.it is located on west part of Brac island.
It has an amazing and spacious bow sundeck in the front where you can lay in the sun, sunbathe, relax and enjoy your ride all day. In the back, there is aft sundeck with comfortable sitting area as well. There is one cabin for two persons and/or necessary belongings. The boat also has big bimini top for your sun protection, bathing ladder and deck shower.
It is ideal for enjoyable trips to beautiful coastal areas around Split, Kaštela,Trogir and neighbouring islands (Čiovo, Drvenik, Brač, Šolta,Hvar,..).
Windsurfing (beginner and advanced kits)and wakeboarding equipment available for extra charge at your request.
€220 per day for the boat and additional €90 euro for the skipper for the day.
Half-day is €130 plus €60 for the skipper.
Two days is €360 plus €150 for the skipper
Three days is €530 euro plus €210 for the skipper
Week is €1100 euro plus €450 for the skipper
Message me through Sailo and I will show you the most beautiful beaches and coastal spots in the area.
The listed price is estimated. Please inquire directly through the "Message Owner" for exact pricing and availability.
It was great! We had a wonderful time and Nikola was a great host. We even visited a little town where his family greeted us with a local drink.
The speed boat goes very fast and you can’t feel the waves so it’s a very enjoyable trip. He also gave great information and tips on what to do around Croatia.
Usually this boat operates around Trogir, Split, Brac Island, HR.
Croatia’s second city, Split is a fantastic blend of maritime history and laid back urban vibes. Often overlooked by Dubrovnik, Split actually makes the perfect base to rent a boat and explore the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. And with a palm fringed, sea facing promenade, and some of the most popular Croatian islands on its doorstep, you’ll see why this city is quickly catching up with it’s more glamorous neighbor.