15.80 m
Length
5
Cabins
5
WC/Shower
10 + 2
Persons
2004
Year

Gib Sea 51 - PAŠKO I

Country Croatia
Model Dufour Yachts
Marina Trogir, Marina SCT

Equipment

Deck equipments

  • Auxiliary anchor
  • Bimini top
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit/stern, outside shower
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Fenders
  • Gangway
  • Main anchor
  • Round/globular fender
  • Sprayhood
  • Teak cockpit
  • Winch handles

Electrical system

  • 220 volt socket
  • Battery charger
  • Bilge pump - electric
  • Service batteries
  • Shore connection 220 v
  • Vhf radio

Interior design

  • Bed linen
  • Bilge pump - mechanic
  • Blankets
  • Pillows
  • Salon

Kitchen

  • Gas bottles
  • Gas cookers
  • Hot water
  • Kitchen utensils (galley equipment, cutlery)
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator

Navigation System

  • Autopilot
  • Binoculars
  • Bow thruster
  • Compass
  • Cruising guides
  • Gps chart plotter
  • Gps chart plotter - cockpit
  • Nautical charts
  • Radar reflector
  • Tridata
  • Wind instrument/anemometer

Pleasure equipments

  • Lcd tv + dvd
  • Radio cd/mp3 player, usb, aux input
  • W-lan gratis

Safety

  • Buoyant smoke signal
  • Distress flare box
  • First aid kit
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy
  • Life belts (safety harness)
  • Life jackets
  • Liferaft
  • Torch

Technical Sheet

Boat Type Sailing yacht
Model Gib Sea 51
Year 2004
Deposit 2.000,00 €
Mainsail type furling/roll
Jib type furling/roll
Steering system 2 Steering Wheels
Check-in day Saturday
Length 15.80 m
Width 4.85 m
Engine 1 x 78 hp
Cabins 5
Beds 10 + 2
WC/Shower 5

WHERE

Country Croatia
Marina Trogir, Marina SCT

Itinerary

This is an example of a sailing route as suggested by BeBlue’s most expert skippers of this area. The itinerary can be modified based on crew’s specific request before sailing or during the cruise.

1

Day 1: Check-in

Check-in at 4 pm at Marina of departure.

After the grocery shopping, you have the opportunity to know each other better, tastying a delicious fish dish in a typical Croatian konoba, before spending the evening in one of the crowded bars in this sea city. 

2

Day 2

Finally set sail to the open sea, towards Brac island, a little village populated by vine growers, fishermen and sailors, now well-known summer route for the ones searching for beaches full of aromatic and lavander plants. Sleep in the bay after a long bath in the beautiful and scented bays in front of Split. 

3

Day 3

After a rich breakfast and a bath in the cobalt blue sea, we leave the dooking point towards Pakleni islands. Have a bath in Palmizana beach, before reaching Hvar village, famous from ancient times as an important Venetian maritime center. It's possible to visit the cathedral, the teather, the arsenal and the loggia of the small attractive town. 

4

Day 4

Today we sail towards the islet of Scedro, an unpolluted natural Reservation full of hidden bays, that will offer us an unique experience of mooring. From ancient times, the bays of Scedro have been famous for the hidden beaches and the naval combats, for example the one between  Cesare and Pompeo (49. a.C.).

5

Day 5

Day 5 will be set sail discovering Vis, first eastern town in the Adriatic Sea that was colonized by the Greek. Lunch and bath in the turquoise-blue water in the island of Bisevo, where there will be the opportunity to experience at 12 am the rays of sunshine lightning up the famous Blue cave. Spending the night in the bay of Komiza. 

6

Day 6

After breakfast set sail for an upwind that will guide us to Vis, place for water supplies, and afterward towards the bay of Mlaki Rat, on the west area of Hvar, the perfect place to spend the night. 

7

Day 7

Last day spent in navigation towards the island of Solta, famous for its wonderful beaches with pebbles, surrounded by a crystal clear sea, a paradise for snorkeling lovers, thanks to the excellent visibility of colorful corals, octopuses, lobsters, morays and sea horses. Return to Marina at 6 pm.

8

Day 8: Check-out

Check-out in the morning at 9 am after breakfast.

The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Skipper of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.