Umbrella Victoria Yacht: Treat Yourself to an Unforgettable Holiday!
Are you ready for the most beautiful adventure that 2019 can offer? Our luxurious Umbrella Victoria yacht will set sail into the Croatian waters in just a few weeks! If you want to experience an unforgettable vacation, make your reservation as soon as possible! For all crew we have a case of delicious champagne and stylish sailing polo shirt as a gift.
The Umbrella Victoria, an exclusively equipped Fountaine-Pajot motor catamaran provides the luxurious comfort of a five star hotel. From the boat's teak interior furnishings to its electric appliances, everything on-board is of the highest quality. The yacht accommodates six guests in three spacious cabins. The cabins offer comfortable double-beds with storage space as well a table and seating area to make you feel right at home. The largest cabin, the master bedroom, will remind you of a five-star hotel room. Each cabin has its own bathroom, TV and wifi connection.
A well-lit parlour with a kitchenette and a fold-out dining room table is next to the cabins. The kitchenette is fully equipped for preparing all types of meals that you may crave on your journey and includes a refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher as well as a wine cabinet and washing machine. The entire yacht is fully air-conditioned and has underwater base lighting.
Relaxing on the Flybridge
The most popular spot on the yacht is certainly the flybridge on the upper deck where you can enjoy beautiful views of your surroundings and take advantage of the spacious relaxing zone. Apart from lounge chairs, you will also find a grill with a refrigerator here, so you can enjoy some BBQ and cold drinks whenever you feel like it. If you enjoy sunbathing on holiday, you'll certainly appreciate the comfortable mattresses at the bow of the boat. If you need to cool off, you just need to stroll over to the hydraulic bathing platform at the rear of the boat and dive head first into the sea! An additional Williams water-jet boat will be at your disposal as well as a wakeboard, stand-up paddleboard, a water sports rubber ring and other watersports equipment for children and adults.
Since you don't have to worry about anything else, you can give your undivided attention to swimming and sunbathing. The Umbrella Victoria boat is chartered with a professional captain who will take care of all the necessary details of your voyage. A hostess is available upon request. Both the captain and the hostess have their own separate cabins so your privacy will not be disturbed.
This beautiful boat has another major advantage: The water and fuel tanks are so large that you do not have waste time by pulling into ports for refuelling! Another expense-related added bonus is the fact that the Umbrella Victoria is unbelievably economical. When compared to other yachts, you can cruise at a speed of 8 to 9 knots per hour for similar costs as if you set out on a sail boat! Please visit our website for more information on dates and prices.
Where to go?
The Umbrella Victoria is anchored at the Boatić marina in the Croatian town of Seget Donji located about 20 minutes from the Split airport. Where can you go? You can basically cruise to any part of the Croatian coast. These five towns are definitely worth a visit!
Trogir: Coffee to the Sound of Music
Trogit can be your first stop as it is close to Seget Donji. An ancient town with a beautiful historic centre that takes you back in time to when Venetians ruled here. Trogir is one of the best preserved historic centres in Europe and that is why it has been included on the UNESCO heritage list for over 20 years. The maze of city centre streets offers many shops, bars and restaurants, as well as sights calling for your attention. In the summer, there are live concerts that you can enjoy from your outside table at one of the many cafés. An ideal spot for you to breath in, relax and take in the magic of the Mediterranean culture right at start of your holiday.
Hvar: Find the Caves!
To each his own in Hvar – you will find spots with lively nightlife in famous bars as well as mysterious caves with emerald turquoise waters. To swim in one of these caves is an experience you're likely to never forget. Those who are more adventurous can jump off from the cliffs (and certainly have your picture taken as you do it - we promise that your photos will be a huge success). The historic town itself is also definitely worth visiting. When you set out into the Spanish fortress, you will be able to take in a beautiful view of the town and the nearby Pakleni islands. Come to think of it, they could actually be the next stop on your cruise. What's our secret tip? The Sveti Klement island bays!
Vis: An Island with Breathtaking Beaches
Thanks to its remote location, you will find more peace and privacy on Vis – the tourist industry hasn't quite boomed here yet. The main attraction on Vis is its beaches. Both sand and pebble beaches are a plenty here. The most beautiful bays are on the southern coast where you will also find the famous Stiniva Bay, a narrow bay between rocks at the end of which lies a tiny romantic beach. We recommend taking a swim in the crystal clear water near the Budikovac island. Definitely spend a few hours in the actual town of Vis as well and taste the local wines!
Skradin: Visit the Waterfalls
Skradin belongs to one of the oldest Dalmatian towns that was heavily influenced by its ancient Venetian inhabitants. It also acts as the entryway to the Krka National Park. This is exactly the reason why we are recommending it. When you anchor at Skradin and transfer to the local ferry, you can travel along the river all the way to the famed Skradin waterfalls! A collection of limestone barriers, small islands and lakes about 50m high. You can swim under the waterfalls, hike along the path around the cascade or explore the functional water mills from the 19th century. Don't forget to stop at one of the local farms along the way and buy some fresh mussels and oysters!
Korčula: Sightseeing and Wine
Do you like Dubrovnik but you find it too crowded? You will also find a historic town centre in Korčula, located on a raised peninsula, surrounded by stone walls with architectural gems literally on every street. Yes, there will also be a lot of tourists here in Marco Polo's birthplace but you will have the advantage of being able to return to the privacy of your yacht any time you feel like it. The Pelješac peninsula is right across from Korčula and is a place where the best Croatian red wines are made – Dingač, Postup, Plavac and the Prošek dessert wine. You can spend the day strolling through the picturesque town and enjoy a local wine tasting all in one day!
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