The Gran Turismo concept borrowed from the world of luxury sports cars is fully expressed in the range’s design, which evokes the Italian lifestyle, so adept at combining luxury and glamour. The GT34 isn’t just about sportiness, it’s also the search for pleasure: comfort, luminous rooms and large spaces, everything you need to give a cruise a touch of “dolce vita”.
Fenders, Mooring lines, Bimini, Teak floor in cockpit, Cockpit shower, Cockpit speakers, Cockpit table, Cockpit cushions, Cockpit fridge, Cockpit electric stove, Electric anchor windglass, Snorkeling gear set, Bath platform
GPS chartplotter Raymarine 7, Radar, Depth sounder, VHF, Portable VHF, Full sets of charts, Adriatic sea pilot, Binoculars
Liferaft, Lifejackets, First aid kit, Fire extinguisher, Fire plant, Thermo protective aid
Audio (USB, AUX, Bluetooth), Hot water, Electric fridge, Electric toilet (1), Galley, Electric stove, Inverter 12V / 220V, 220v sockets, Air conditioner, Diesel generator
Herceg Novi is the biggest, sunniest and youngest city in the Bay of Kotor. With the first two statements you cannot argue, but the city's youth is very, very relative. Herceg Novi was founded in 1382 by the Bosnian Duke Tvrtko the First. In the...
The tiny medieval town of Perast is like a pretty decoration, built to decorate the Bay of Kotor and for the meetings of seafarers.
Petrovac is a modern resort town of the Budva Riviera, crowded in the summer months by tourists. You can see several large hotels, an infinite number of apartments and a lot of the sale announcements of apartments in Russian.
Monks-Jesuits, Orthodox priests and situated among them nude tourist nature. Agree, there is little where you can find such a neighborhood, but everything is possible in the Bay of Kotor.
The southernmost city of the Montenegrin coast, right up to the Boyana River, along which the border with Albania runs, is within easy reach
It is the small fishing village, located at the bottom of mountains on the western shore of the Bay of Kotor, 3 kilometers from the Tourist Center of Montenegro – Kotor.
Going to a long sea campaign, trade or military, people want to enlist the support of the heavenly patron. Maybe he will not forget, send Turkish and pirate ships to search for prey to other seas, take the storm and storms and return unharmed to...
Pržno was a summer royal residence and now it is a peaceful romantic town. Pink sand, delicious restaurants, friendly people and sea breeze.
Solitude and peace, silence, disturbed only by the noise of the waves, the smell of pine needles in the salty air, warm stones under your feet and the boundless starry sky above your head is Sveti Stefan. Price per night reaches two and a half...
Bigova is a small fishing village in Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea, part of the Kotor Municipality (about 13 km to Kotor). There are 114 people officially living in Bigova.
And in fact, Budva is a small resort town on the Adriatic coast. But it so happened that it is the Budva Riviera - the resort suburb of Budva - in the months of the season, the summer months is flood by hundreds of thousands of tourists. The...
Tivat is a small pretty resort town on the Adriatic Sea. Classics of the genre. In winter it is tiring, rainy and empty, the coast is flooded with rain. The rainy season - it just sounds beautiful. But in the summer - multi-colored beach...
The city of Kotor is a reserved aristocrat among other medieval towns of the Adriatic coast. By the way, it was Kotor who presented his proud name to the entire Kotor Bay - the deepest, most beautiful and rainy bay of the Adriatic Sea.
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12.1 Charterer shall be entitled to terminate the Charter Agreement on or at any time before the commencement of the charter period, in which case the Owner shall suspend a certain part of the charter or the entire charter under the following principle: • within 60 days to the date of starting the tour – 30% of Charter value; • within 59 to 30 days to the date of starting the tour– 50% of Charter value; • within 29 to 8 days to the beginning of the tour – 75% of Charter value; • within 7 days to the date of starting the tour – 95% of Charter value; If any of the following amounts are due to be paid, but have not been paid, the Owner shall be entitled to claim their payment against the Charterer. 12.2. Non-payment or inability of payment: If following the receipt of Owner's written notice the Charterer fails to pay any amount due under this charter agreement and/or in relation to these Rules, the Owner shall reserve the right to terminate this Charter Agreement unilaterally and out of the court and to suspend the entire amount of disbursements until the debt incurred until the moment of agreement termination is settled to the Charterer. 12.3. Notwithstanding the Owner's right to receive and suspension all payments, in accordance with item 12.4 of the Rules, the same shall reduce the Charterer's disbursement amount in case the Owner is able to re-let the vessel for all or part of the charter period. Out of the debt sum, the Owner shall suspend the entire amount of charters obtained by the charter after deducting the commissions and other related costs arising from such re-letting. The meaning of this requirement shall be that the Owner generates same revenues from this re-letting as would have been received had it not been terminated at all. The Owner shall put all of its efforts in order to charter the vessel again and shall not unreasonably withheld it. However, charters which, according to Owner's opinion, may cause damages to the vessel, its reputation, its crew or charter dynamics, may be rejected. 12.4. Owner shall be entitled to terminate the Charter Agreement unilaterally and out of the court in case the Charterer on or before the commencement of charter period fails to pay the entire charter amount, deposit for covering of additional costs, security deposit and other agreed charges specified in these Rules. 12.5. When terminating the Charter Agreement under the terms of item 12.5 of these Rules, the Owner shall be entitled to demand the Charterer's liability stipulated in item 12.1 of these Rules.