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    Sun Odyssey 54 DS
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    1 adult shares ½ DBL
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Payment includes:

-           qualified skipper-instructor’s service

-           accommodation in double cabin

-           route planning and booking of berths

-           comfort pack

-           tourist tax

-           bed linen

-           snorkeling and fishing gear

-           dinghy with outboard engine


Mandatory fees:

refundable deposit 150 euro (taken by captain in situ and returned in the last day)

port charges


purchase of food on yacht


Expenses for meal are shared proportionally around yacht crew (except captain) and paid additionally in the place of stay. Average cost is from 100 to 150 euro per person in a week. The crew has to supply skipper with meal.


Additional expenses:


- medical insurance for yachtsmen 16 euro

- Croatian visa 85 euro

- transfer “airport-marina-airport”

- air tickets


Sun Odyssey 54 DS (54 foot / 16.75 m2 ) – 4+1 cabins (4 cabins with double bed, 1 cabin for a captain), shower/heads in every cabin. Built in 2006, renovated in 2014.

It is a large and comfortable yacht of a French dock yard that combines classic beauty and interior ergonomics with wonderful cruise yacht performance.

The yacht is equipped with air conditioner, generator (steady electricity on board), TV in mess room, dinghy with outboard engine, full-fledged galley (cooking stove, oven, fridge, sink, dishes), sun deck-chairs and equipment for snorkeling and fishing. There is Wi-fi aboard.      


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Route: From Sibenik to islands of National Kornati Park.

Pirovac – Zirje isl. – Ravini isl. -  Zakan isl.  – Dugi isl, lake Mir  – Dugi isl, Brbinj  – Zut isl.– Biograd-na-Moru  –Pirovac .

Total length: 145 n.m.

Program description

1st day. Saturday. Passage Pirovac  -  Zirje isl. (18 n.m.)


17-00 Sailing off from Pirovac, passage to Zirje island in Stupica Veia


Anchorage at picturesque bay, seeing fortress.


Island Zirje is endmost from all islands of Sibenik archipelago. It has an ancient history, in the past it served as outpost due to its location. There are some remnants of the first fortress even now. There is church of Great God that was built in 1480; now it’s a precious historical monument. Relief is very interesting, hilly and there are vast fertile fields between the hills. Intended coastline is added with rocks and small islands.



2nd day. Sunday. Passage Zirje isl. – Zakan isl. (17 n.m.)


10-00 Sailing off from Zirje island to Zakan island.


It is the first island from all islands of Kornati National Park. Docking near restaurant, swimming, fishing. Seeing the island and wonderful views of Kornati Park islands.



3rd day. Monday. Passage Zakan isl. – Dugi-Otok isl. (21 n.m.)


10-00 Sailing off from Zakan isl. and passage to south-eastern part of Dugi Otok.


Anchorage near Mir lake: beaching, seeing the park, swimming in salted lake with temperature of water 29 degrees.


Dugi otok is an island of stretched form that gave it its name. There is one of the most beautiful Adriatic bays – Telescica Nature Park - in the south part of the island. It is a narrow bay surrounded by high sheer rocky walls – cliffs Grpašćaк that gain an altitude of 100 meters, on its peak large salted lake Mir is situated

4th day. Tuesday. Passage Dugi isl., lake Mir – Dugi isl., Brbinj (21 n.m.)


10-00 Sailing off from lake Mir, passage to Brbinj place on north-east of island Dugi. Wonderful restaurant and nice place for rest, swimming for children and fishing.

Остров Дуги Оток

5th day. Wednesday. Passage Dugi isl. – Zut isl. (21 n.m.)


10-00 Sailing off from Dugi island and passage to Zut island.


Anchorage in marina. Seeong the island, swimming.


Zut is the biggest from all uninhabited islands situated in Croatian part of Adriatic Sea. The highest peak is Gubavac that is 155 meters above sea level. There is no constant living population, its major part became overgrown with macchia, juniper, myrtle, oleander and wild pistachios, but there grows also grapes, fig, olives. Notwithstanding absence of constant inhabitants you may meet there fishermen’ and farmers’ houses. First of all the island is available for owners of yachts and wild nature and luxury landscapes touch everybody’s feelings. One of popular places of the island is fine dining restaurant “Festa” where we will be offered to try newly caught fish and delicious seafood, as well as grilled and baked meat dishes. And all this is made by skillful cook on traditional Croatian recipes. You can taste the best Croatian wines; olive oil produced right here is considered to be one of the best in the country.


6th day. Thursday. Passage Zut isl. – Biograd-na-Moru (20 n.m.)


10-00 Sailing off at sea, passage to Biograd-na-Moru.


Docking at marina, seeing the city.


Popular in Croatia resort Biograd-na-Moru is situated on a small peninsula in Northern Dalmatia. Surrounded by cozy bays and quays for yachts, the city became a real heaven for lovers of sailing. In spite of the period from 16 - 18 centuries when Biograd na Moru suffered from steady military conflicts between Venice and Turkey there remained several monuments from Middle Ages. For example, Saint John basilica built in 11th century, Saint Anthony church (13th century). Those who are fond of antiquity we recommend to visit historical museum of Biograd. The most popular among tourists beaches of Biograd are situated close to the southern part from the center of the city, they are Drazica beach with blue UNESCO flag and sandy beach Soline.


7th day. Friday. Passage Biograd-na-Moru – Pirovac(15 n.m.)


10-00 Passage from Biograd to Pirovac.


Finish! Sightseeing of old city. Yacht check out.          


Pirovac is a small resort with a fishing pier in Northern Dalmatia, located near the bay of the same name. Pirovac is located 20 kilometers north-west from the center of the Riviera, near the historic city of Sibenik. Until the 20s of the 20th century, he was called Zlosel.

For the first time Pirovac was mentioned in 1298, when the diocese of Sibenik was formed. Despite the fact that this zone has been inhabited since antiquity, the settlement was officially founded in the 15th century by the northern Croats who fled from Turkish tyranny.


8th day. Saturday.

09-00 Crew disembarks from yacht.



During passages stops for swimming and fishing are possible.

Type of tourYacht tour
YachtSun Odyssey 54 DS
Accomodation1 adult shares ½ DBL
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