Charter this amazing Lagoon 450F catamaran in Greece this summer. She was built in 2018 and is incredibly modern and beautiful. With an amazing design, she is able to optimise the interior and exterior spaces, allowing to accomodate up to 12 guests in 4 cabins for an unforgettable cruise. She has plenty of equipment on board to make you feel comfortable throughout all of the cruise.
Seasonal Prices in EUR
Until 02.05. – From 03.10.: 3.895
02.05. – 23.05.: 4.560
23.05. – 06.06.: 5.650
06.06. – 20.06.: 6.935
20.06. – 11.07.: 8.360
11.07. – 22.08.: 9.975
22.08. – 12.09.: 8.740
12.09. – 26.09.: 7.410
26.09. – 03.10.: 6.365
Crew Price (Optional)
Skipper: 1400 EUR / week + meals
Cook: 1400 EUR / week + meals
Hostess: 1225 EUR / week + meals
Croatian Tourist tax – 10 HRK (approx.1.35 €) per person/day
Comfort package G (Includes 1 Stand Up Paddle board, final cleaning, welcome package, Wi-Fi (75 GB/week), HIGHFIELD 340 (with HONDA 20 HP), SET CL 340 WITH CONSOLE GREY, coffee machine (10 capsules), ice maker, bed linen & towels, beach towels, snorkelling equipment, fuel for outboard motor, cooking gas, taxes and fees including 25% VAT) – 450 EUR per booking
Prices may vary according to season and number of passengers. Please enquire for further details.
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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.