Lagoon's flagship 77 is available for charters in Croatia.
This spacious catamaran offers connected areas from the aft deck to the forward trampoline. Flybridge too, offers an impressive additional living space, while remaining an integral part of the boat. A forward cockpit, directly accessible from the deck and the salon, allows for an outstanding view to the horizon.
The hull portholes are large, allowing for a generous amounts of light into the interior spaces. There is a direct access to the sea from the owner's suite through the hull door, they call it "SEVENTY 7’s private beach!"
Lagoon 77 can accommodate up to eight guests in four en-suite cabins:
- Master cabin
- Two double cabins
- One twin cabin
WEEKLY CHARTER RATE 2023:
Until 27 May: €55,650
27 May- 8 July: €71,900
8 July - 26 August: €84,900
26 August - 23 September: €65,500
After 23 September: €55,650
Included in the weekly charter price:
• Water toys & equipment: fishing gear, floating mats, towing ring, tender: Highfield OM Deluxe 500 with 100 hp Honda motor, wakeboard, snorkelling gear, water-skis, water tube, 2 x Stand-up paddle boards, 1 Seabob F5 Lumex
• GoPro 6 black
• action camera
• Diving compressor
• Karaoke & disco ball set
• Final cleaning, bedding, towels, beach towels & toiletry
• WI-FI (1 TB weekly)
• The Finest coffee types, selection of the best Croatian local products, kitchen and cleaning supplies
• Daily preparation of breakfast, lunch and dinner
• 1 Incoming and 1 outgoing transfer within 30 km from / to yacht home port (7 pax luxury van)
• 13% VAT
APA deposit (Advance Provisioning Allowance): €11,000.00 per week
Croatian Tourist Tax : €1.35 per person per day
One way charters available (ON REQUEST):
One-way from/to: Split (Marina Kastela) –> Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik –> Split (Marina Kaštela)
Crew Gratuity: Although discretionary, a crew gratuity of 10-15% of the charter fee is customary.
CYBA/MYBA terms will apply.
APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): APA is an estimate (usually 30% of the charter rate) paid with the balance for covering running costs during the charter (food, drinks, fuel, mooring fees, and anything else that guests might need while on charter). Final accounts will be produced by the Captain at the end of the charter and any unused funds will be refunded in full to the Charterer directly. If the funds are not sufficient, the Captain will advise the Charterer accordingly and bills will be settled upon disembarkation.
Payment conditions: 50% of the charter rate within 7 days of signing the charter agreement, remaining 50% plus VAT plus APA, at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.
Niksa Gjurasic was born and raised in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
His home was next to a marina, most of his time he would spend around boats, later in sailing and rowing club as active member.
After maritime school he started to sail as apprentice officer on merchant ships and later, on yachts. In 30 years of sailing experience he become Master of the ship up to 3000GT by STCW convention, sailed over 250 000NM.
Petar was born on April 16th, 1970 in Karvina, The Czech Republic. His permanent residence is in Split, Croatia and he attended the Zadar Vocational School where he qualified as a building technician.
His career on the sea started in 1990, and it has provided him with great experience as a waiter and later as a Chef. He has sailed on different kinds of vessels including big cruisers from the companies Royal Caribbean (where he mastered the knowledge of the Italian language beside the standard English), Festival and Sun Cruises.
At one period in his life he has worked in well-known and established restaurants in Split, as Chef, but as his first love lies with the sea he decided to go back to ships where he has been working for the last 7 years. He positioned himself as a Chef on yachts (mini cruisers) of deluxe and deluxe superior categories owned by the most prestigious company on the Adriatic, Katarina-line.
For the last three consecutive years he has been recognized and awarded as the Best Chef in the Fleet and have created the Menus for the highest categories of the before mentioned ships.
Beside cooking, my great passion lies in sport, with which Petar has been engaged from his early age (running, yoga and boxing are just a few to mention). He is a non-smoker, and he practices a healthy lifestyle.
Born in Germany and raised right next to Marina Kaštela, Ivan Čirko has been passionated about boats since he was a little boy. He started his yachting career at his early age as a mariner in a marina.
During his career process, Ivan has been working on sailing yachts, catamarans and motor yachts and is very familiar with all the aspects in yachting industry.
Ivan is fluent in English and German. His positive attitude and will to make your holiday as better as it can be are Ivan's top virtues.
Martina was born 1996 in Split, Croatia. Her true affection for people of any age resulted, working in hospitality for many years. Martina is heading for master's degree in Sociology with often engagement in local community projects and volunteering. From the first step on a boat, Martina knew sailing is the experience she wants in career and life in general. She was a crew member on different private and charter yachts, developing a can-do attitude. Also, she looks forward to improving her boat leader skills for future sea adventures