Charter rates (low season / high season) per week, plus Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA).
This stunning Azimut 78 Fly is undoubtedly part of the carbon tech generation, with the flybridge, roll-bar, hardtop, some of the deck and the stern door all made from carbon fibre. It is a modern boat that exudes dynamism, with a style that takes inspiration rom car design and the work of futurist sculptor Umberto Boccioni. The living area does not distinguish between sitting and dining spaces – it has been furnished as a single, highly stylish environment, with plenty of space to move between two comfortable and welcoming sitting areas. The table in front of the sofa can be raised if required. The interiors are brightly light throughout thanks to large windows in the hull and superstructure, and the rooms are spacious, benefitting from the use of carbon fibre, which keeps weight down without having to compromise on space. The full-beam master suite is at the centre of the boat. The lower deck has three guest cabins – two VIP and one twin – all with en-suite bathrooms.
|Charter fee only||Unit|
|€ 55'000 - € 57'000||per week|
|Fuel charge||Included in APA|
|Dockage Fees||Included in APA|
|Food & Beverages||Included in APA|
|APA (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|Williams Jet tender||Included|
|Water skis adults||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
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Ante was born and raised in Sibenik, a town situated in the middle of the Dalmatian coast. Sailing has been an important part of his life since he was a child. During ten years of his professional charter career, while he captained various motor and sailing yachts, he has gained some important skills for this job. He developed great communication skills, became a good team player and learned to handle stressful situations with a positive sense of humour. He is a hard worker who always does everything to ensure safety and happiness of all people on board. Ante has a lot of experience sailing in the Mediterranean (Greece, Italy, France, Spain), whilst he knows the Adriatic sea like the back of his hand. His summer hobby is spearfishing, and throughout winter he enjoys skiing. Ante is the holder of the Yachtmaster B licence that allows him to sail the yachts up to 500 GT.
Tea is born and raised in Split and is in love with the Adriatic Sea all her life. Before working as a chef and a stewardess, she was a teacher. She left teaching for the love of the outdoors but has brought her communication skills with her. She is fluent in English and Italian, and has been a part of the yacht charter industry for almost two decades. She has an eye for detail, is passionate about food and uses mostly products from local farms and markets. Tea strongly believes that it is the people we meet who make a difference between a good holiday and an amazing one. When not on board, Tea enjoys travelling, photography and yoga.
Luka is from a small town Vrsine situated near Trogir, Croatia. Since his young age he has been linked with the sea so career in the yachting industry came along naturally. Before joining the crew, Luka collected his experiences within the yachting industry as skipper and technical manager. Mechanics is his forte so he always makes sure that everything runs smoothly on the yacht deck, and the yacht exterior is always kept in exceptional condition. He is a friendly, communicative person and a great team player. When not on board, Luka fulfills his daily dose of adrenaline with motocross riding, and with snowboarding in winter time.