Gulet DOLCE VITA is one of the most beautiful gulets based on the Adriatic. We say this with complete confidence, not only because we have witnessed it ourselves, but more because our clients and colleagues seem to think so, too. We’ve had wonderful reports about her dedicated crew, generous deck space and luxury accommodation.
Gulet DOLCE VITA had a full refit back in 2018 but her owners give her a significant upgrade every winter. The gulet can accommodate up to 10 guests in five en suite cabins:
- Two Master cabins
- Two double cabins
- One twin cabin
One of our colleagues recently reported:
Gulet DOLCE VITA is a really beautiful yacht with a very nice interior, looks great and is very clean all round. Little touches of decoration in the saloon, as well as the wooden structure throughout, give her a really warm and welcoming feel. You can tell that the crew is dedicated to the yacht and passionate about maintaining her in top shape. The decks look great, as do the cabins. The cabins are spacious, beautiful in wood, and offer good storage.
Outside, the aft pads are an ideal area to take the sun and are close to the dining tables, which is lovely. This area is great for socialising.
The crew of gulet DOLCE VITA are charming and couldn’t have taken better care of us. Everyone was very attentive and so genuine. We were really well looked after, from the early coffee/laptop catch up, to the evening glass of wine on deck. The cabins were cleaned while we had breakfast, very discreetly, and turned down at night before we came back on board or went down below. It all ran very smoothly and appeared effortless.
Charter rates for 2024:
High Season (22 June - 31 August): €38,900 + half board + €6000 APA
Mid Season (25 May- 22 June & 31 August - 21 September): €35,900 + half board + €6000 APA
Low Season (4 May- 25 May & 21September - 5 October): €32,500 + half board + €6000 APA
Croatian VAT included in the price
The prices shown are rates for a weekly charter and they include:
A week rental with five crew members, Fuel for the yacht for approximately 4 hours per day, Fuel for generator for 24/7 air-conditioning, Tender with an engine and water sport equipment, Complete linen and towels, including beach towels and VAT.
Half board – includes full breakfast and lunch at €520 per person per week (an extra meal can be arranged during the week at €50 per person; full board is not available but two dinners can be offered on board per week)
Children age 0-2 free of charge, children age 2-10 have 50% discount of a board arrangement.
Marina fees and port taxes.
Beverages according to an on-board price list or one of the following options:
• All-inclusive domestic package* at €260 per person per week (includes: Croatian wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, still and sparkling water, coffee, tea)
• All-inclusive non-alcoholic drinks package* at €150 per person per week
• Drinks supplied according to preference list. A €1,200 service charge applies for the week.
• Wine supplied by clients (€10 per bottle corkage will be charged)
(*packages can only be purchased by the whole group, not just for one or several guests only)
- Fuel for water sports (€100 per hour for water skiing and €150 per hour for the Jet Ski)
- One way charters (to/from Dubrovnik) are available with a relocation fee: €2,000 (other embarkation/disembarkation points might be available at a different relocation fee, on request)
- Transfer from/to the airport/hotel can be organised on request.
- Marina fees and port taxes- paid from the APA.
Check-in: Sibenik or Trogir or Split or Dubrovnik on Saturday, from 1700 hours
Check-out: Sibenik or Trogir or Split or Dubrovnik on Saturday, until 0900 hours
Payment conditions: 50% of the charter rate within 7 days of signing the charter agreement, remaining 50% plus APA, at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.
Croatia has strict regulations for operating a jet ski. Here is a list of accepted licenses for operating a jetski in Croatia – https://www.yachtingincroatia.com/documents/List-of-valid-skipper-licenses-to-sail-a-yacht-in-Croatia.pdf - If guests are not in a position of one of the licenses from the list, they will not be able to operate a jet ski during the charter.
Captain: Tomislav Grubisic
Tomislav Grubisic is a fantastic captain, who has worked as a captain for 8 years. Tomislav loves his job and has the greatest respect for the sea. He wants his guests to have a great experience full of fun memories! His number one priority, however, is for all guests to feel safe.
Tomislav lives in Sibenik, Croatia. In this free time, he likes to play sports and catch up with friends and family.
Chef: Boris Blagdanic
Boris Blagdanic has been working as a chef on board yachts for the last 15 years. He is experienced and this shows in his dishes. He loves his job and always pushes himself to be the best he can be. He is confident in catering for all dietary requirements and tastes. He has the skills to please all guests with his delicious cooking.
Boris comes from a small town called Banj on the Island of Pasman. When he isn’t on board cooking delicious food for guests, he enjoys fishing and trying out new recipes ready for the next season.
Hostess: Irena Matosevic
Irena comes from a small town in the center of Bosnia and Herzegovina called Vitez (Knight). Despite having a masters degree in geography, she quickly realised that life on board yachts was her calling after loving her summer job. After three seasons, she realized that the sea and the sun are the source of her happiness and energy, and she decided to put aside her geography profession to stay at sea.
In her spare time, apart from enjoying time with family and friends, she spends time in the gym, playing basketball (she was a basketball coach for 13 years) and travelling to explore new places.
Steward: Nikola Krajcar
Steward Nikola comes from the town of Nova Gradiška in Croatia. After finishing Maritime High School, Nikola started his dream job working on board boats. For Nikola, being a steward on Dolce Vita is a dream come true because he loves the sea and working with people. For him the most rewarding part of the job is making everybody happy and satisfied. He is always looking forward to meeting new people.
Deck hand: Ante Slijepcevic
Ante Slijepcevic is also from Sibenik, Croatia. Ante has been sailing for the last 3 years. His love of sailing started from his summer job and since he has been hooked! His new found love of the sea and boats meant he realised he wanted to work on boats full time. He will be a great addition to any crew.