Yacht Charter in Marina Kastela, Split - Lagoon 620

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From €16'898 per week
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Lagoon 620 Catamaran




With Captain



Description of Ana's Catamaran

This amazing luxury crewed catamaran is available for charter this summer in Croatia. Built in 2019, she is incredibly modern and stylish. With her 18.90 metres of lenght, she has a lot of space on board where you will be able to enjoy your days relaxing and having fun. She has 5 cabins and can accomodate up to 12 guests for an unforgettable holiday. Plus, she is fully equipped with an infinite number of water toys to be able to have great fun during your days.

Lagoon 620 the art of living… • exceptional living space, both above and below deck • choice of 5 queen size bed ensuite cabins in which can sleep up to 10 guests • Crew has their separate quarters.

Seasonal Prices in EUR

Until 29.05.: After 26.09: 16.900
30.05.-11.07.: 26.500
11.07.-29.08.: 35.500
29.08.-26.09.: 25.500
A.P.A. per week: 7.000 EUR

Included in price:
Service of 3 professional crew members (CAPTAIN & STEWARDESS & CHEF) • Use of on board water sports equipment & toys: fishing gear, towing ring, rib with 60 hp motor, snorkelling gear, water-skis, water tube, 2 x paddle board (SUP) • Bedding, towels, beach towels & toiletry • WI-FI • Preparation of breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) for Crewed charter:

Fund board amounting to 20% of charter price (5.000 EUR min) serving to cover the costs of requested supplies, port and mooring charges, diesel and fuel, communications, crew gratuities, extras and depend on guest particular request for services, itinerary, food, beverages etc. The Captain will keep an accurate record of spending and at the end of guest charter you will be refunded or asked to pay the difference if additional operating costs are incurred.

Prices may vary according to season and number of passengers. Please enquire for further details.

Minimal rental period: week

Deposit: €7'000

Boat specifications

Lagoon 620
2 x 150
12/max 12

Equipment on the Catamaran

  • 12V Fuse
  • 220 Volt Socket
  • Air Conditioning
  • Anchor
  • Autopilot
  • Battery Charger
  • Bedding, Towels
  • Bimini
  • Bow Thrusters
  • CD Player
  • Chart plotter
  • Cockpit loudspeakers
  • Compass
  • Depth Sounder
  • Dinghy
  • DVD Player
  • Electric Anchor Windlass
  • Electric Winches
  • Fishing equipment
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Gas Cooker
  • Heating
  • Hot / Cold Pressurized Fresh Water
  • Ice Maker
  • Kitchen amenities
  • Ladder
  • Navigation system (GPS)
  • Onboard WiFi
  • Oven
  • Shower
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Solar Panels
  • Stand-up paddle board
  • Stereo
  • Table
  • Television
  • TV-DVD
  • VHF
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Watermaker
  • Water Skis
  • WC
  • WIFI
  • Wind Instruments

Charter rates

Boat pricing Unit
From €16'898 per week

Cancellation policy

a) The period of validity of the Contract can only be changed in agreement with the YCO and according to the existing possibilities.

b) Cancellation by the Charterer up to eight weeks before the start of the journey – cancellation fee depending on the payments already made. After this deadline the full amount has to be paid. It is recommended to the Charterer to take up a special insurance in case of cancellation.

c) If there is a possibility to re-charter the craft, (either in part or in full), 10% of the charter fee will be withheld to cover relevant expenses. The remaining sum will be refunded to the Charterer by the YCO.

d) Defects, incorrect recordings of instruments or other problems with gear or equipment do not entitle the Charterer to either refuse check-in, stop the trip or raise financial claims – provided correct navigation is possible by applying classical navigation methods, such as position fixing by bearing, dead-reckoning navigation etc. and if safety of ship and crew is guaranteed by good seamanship.