Boat for rent Gulet 27 M

Schooner of year 2008, with the capacity for 14 people in Split Aci Marina, Splitsko-Dalmatinska (Croatia)

Price upon request

Features of Gulet 27 M:

  • Length: 27.00 m.
  • Beam: --
  • Draft: --
  • Ballast: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Motor: 450
  • Cabins: --
  • Places: 14
  • Heads: --
  • Water capacity: 9000 l.
  • Fuel capacity: 9000 l.


Beautiful motorsailer with 6 cabins for 14 guests, 3 crew members, air conditioning, water ski, canoe, fishing and snorkeling equipment for yacht charter in Croatia.

Technical details

Year: 2008
Hull material: Steal
Deck material: Irok
Type: Ketch
Engine: IVECO AIFO 450 HP
Fuel consumption: 35 lit./h
Flag: Croatia
LOA: 27 m
Beam: 7,50 m
Draft: 2,60 m
Fuel tanks: 9000 lit.
Water tanks: 9000 lit.
Accomodation: 4 x 2 + 2 x (2 + 1)
Lying: Šibenik - Croatia

Description of the service:


Generator 27 kW, KOHLER, with sound insulation cabin
24 Volt electrical system 8 marine batteries
Automatic Inverter/Battery charger
220 Volt shore supply connection
OCEAN BREEZE or similar Air conditioning in all cabins, crew quarters
Bronze magnetic compass with bronze classic casing ? GPS Radar Plotter
VHF Echosounder & Speed Log
Bow -thruster
Thermometer and barometer
Standard SOLAS Navigation lights
Two horseshoe buoys with warning lights
SOLAS Life jackets as capacity

Classic Staysail schooner rigging
Two steel masts and mahogany booms
Stainless Steel standing rigging with 10 mm, Stainless Steel rigging wires,
Stainless Steel goosenecks, turnbuckles, shackles, timbles, terminals and rigging screws.
One main sail, one mizzen sail, one fisherman, one jib and one staysail, totally approximately 300 sq. m.
Four self-tailing HARKEN winches.

Air conditioning in all the cabins
Box shower with high pressure pump
Cell phone
Water sports

Speed boat
Optional jet ski
Tender boat
Fishing gear

Crew members

Domagoj Trgo

is the captain and owner of the gulet Morning Star. He was born on the 3rd of December in 1983. He attended a vocational high school to gain education as a shipbuilding technician, and then moved on attend the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split, earning the title of shipbuilding engineer. He moved on to earn his qualification as a yacht captain for yachts up to 500 GT.

He spent the next few years working as a crew member on yachts in Croatia, focusing on nautical tourism and learning from captains with many years of experience. In the summer of 2006, Domagoj became the owner of the gulet Atlantia, and he continued gaining experience as a captain and as a host. His hard work and dedication earned him and his gulet a great reputation. In 2015, he bought the gulet Morning Star and refitted it. With a new ship, Domagoj is proving himself as an excellent captain and his guests love him because of his cheerful attitude and kind manners. Domagoj speaks English and Croatian.

His family is connected to nautical professions, so he has spent his whole life connected to the sea. From an early age, he started spending time on boats, sailing, swimming and playing waterpolo. Nowadays, he spends most of his time working on his boat and business, but when he finds free time, he enjoys reading, spending time with friends and playing football. He is planning to get married soon, and his future wife has worked with him in his business. She has similar interests, she studied oceanography and marine research.

Ivan Trgo

is the sailor on the gulet Morning Star. He was born on the 19th of March in 1988. He attended vocational high school for electronic technicians. After high school, he attended the Maritime Faculty in Split, getting a degree in nautical science, and a skipper license.

He has worked on numerous ships as a sailor and waiter, in several restaurants as a waiter, and he also worked as an electrician in the Split shipyards. In the recent years, he has joined his brother Domagoj in the family business. He has been helping with designing and maintaining the ship. During the year, he lives in Ireland, so his English is at an excellent level.

In his free time, he loves reading, music and traveling. He is a very friendly and cheerful person, and his love for travel and meeting new people makes him an

excellent host and communicator.

Spoken languages


Rental conditions :


Dalmatia (Kornati Islands, Hvar, Vis, Solta, Brac, Korcula, Peljesac, Dubrovnik)
Charter bases

Other on request


50 % at the moment of the booking
50 % one month before charter begin

Prices per week

High season: 20.900 Euro
Middle season: 17.900 Euro
Low season: 15.900 Euro


Accommodation on the yacht, 4 crew members, wages and food for the crew, Croatian VAT, fuel for main engines up to 4 hours cruising per day, fuel for 12 hours/day of generator use, complete linen and towels, yacht insurance, service on board, sojourn taxes, yacht cleaning, use of leisure equipment on board, WiFi.


OBLIGATORY ADDITIONAL COSTS: - Food - Drinks/beverages - Port, anchorages and marina fee


Port fees and anchorages are to be paid on spot in each port/anchor (in cash), according to actual costs in ports/anchors. The total cost per week depends on the selected itinerary/ports of call. It is not obligatory for the yacht to be in the port each night, it can also be anchored, which lowers the mooring fees (Approximate cost is between 500 - 1,000 Euros). FOOD OPTIONS:
Half board (breakfast+lunch): 350 Eur per person per week
Full board (breakfast+lunch+dinner): 550 Eur per person per week
Extra meal (dinner - three courses) is optional 35 Eur per meal per person
FOOD DISCOUNT FOR CHILDREN: Children 0-2 years free of charge, Children 2-12 years 50% discount. DRINKS/BEVERAGES OPTIONS:
Drinks/beverages to be taken at the yacht bar and paid according to consummation.
All inclusive domestic drink package of 180 Eur per person includes: Croatian quality wine, domestic beer, spirits, soft drinks, natural and mineral water, milk, tea and coffee. Foreign liquors and wines are not included in this package.
All inclusive non alcoholic drink package: 90 Euro per person per week. Important Note: All inclusive option includes some Croatian wines served by the crew, not all of the bar's list. Not included: Imported wines, beers & spirits.Drinks and beverages completely supplied by clients - corkage fee: 700 Euros per week.
Dubrovnik visit fee on Split - Split route 1.000 Eur.
Delivery Fee (1000 EUR) for embarkation / disembarkation in any other port except base port, if ?empty leg? caused.
Extra navigation: 60 Eur/hour. This cost is already included in Delivery Fee.
Transfer from/to the airport/hotel: on request
Guided tours: on request