Angelica

Angelica
1991 | 30.80m



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    Gulet ANGELICA is a stylish luxury gulet with 5 en-suite cabins and a wonderful local crew.

    ANGELICA went through a significant refit last winter and some more updates this year too:
    Complete varnishing of the wood, new sofa at the front, new mattresses on sun deck, new chairs at the dining area, new salon sofa with the new cushions, new TV with a sound system, new bed linen and towels, new glasses/ dishes and Villeroy and Boch cutlery, additional batteries allowing more 24/7 AC power, new tender with a powerful outboard engine as well as:
    New varnish in the cabins, new lights and brand new mattresses, bed linen and curtains (in the cabins). The bathrooms have new shower cabins with new tiles, sink and a toilet, new water and electrical system, new floor on the cabin corridor and cabins (instead of a carpet there is now a Mahogany floor).

    Please read our clients’ feedback below. ANGELICA comes with a fantastic local crew, attentive, friendly, dedicated team that has worked together for years.

    ANGELICA can accommodate up to 10 guests in five en-suite cabins:
    - Four double cabins
    - One twin cabin

    • Length: 30.80m
    • Beam: 6.70m
    • Draft: 2.10m
    • Built: 1991
    • Refit: 2017
    • Cruising speed: 10 knots


    1 May 2022 - 2 July 2022: €21,000 + expenses.
    2 July 2022 - 27 August 2022: €24,000 + expenses.
    27 August 2022 - 29 October 2022: €21,000 + expenses.

    The prices shown are rates for a weekly charter and they include:
    A week Gulet rental, Full crew, Passenger Insurance, Complete linen and to/wels, Yacht cleaning, Use of tender for watersports,
    Fuel for the yacht and generator, Unlimited Air conditioning, Unlimited cruising hours, Port, marina and anchor fees.

    Obligatory Extras:
    Half board – includes full breakfast and lunch at Euros 400 per person per week

    Extras (payable in cash to the captain):
    Drinks on board according to an on-board price list or per preference list (15% service fee would apply).
    Dinner on board: Euros 40 per person per day
    Gratuities for the crew

    Payment:
    50% upon signing the contract
    50% five weeks prior to departure

    Check-in: Split/Trogir, Saturday, from 17.00hrs
    Check-out: Split/Trogir, Saturday, until 09.00hrs

    One-way trip possible at no extra cost.

    Reviews

    Sasha,

    George and I would like to share some thoughts with you about our wonderful trip with Captain Ivan, his sweet wife Maja and the outstanding crew on the boat Angelica.
    We chose the boat because the photos on your website showed a charming well-maintained wooden boat with lots of areas on the bow and stern to relax. We imagined ourselves having dinner at the gorgeous wooden table in the stern and lounging on the front cushions in the sun. The reality was even better than the pictures, because of who the Captain was and how he ran his ship.
    He and the crew did an excellent job of giving us our space, while totally taking care of us. They were very professional and completely knew what they were doing. They made sure that we had everything that we wanted - paddle boards, great food and wine; and an exciting itinerary.

    The consistent effort at meal time and the quality of the food and how it was prepared made a huge difference. There was always a clean white table cloth laid for us at meal times and the table set beautifully. The main mid-day meal was a real Croatian feast, coming in 3 courses. As we got to know the chef he started explaining to us how and why he put things together and what was typical of Croatia. His seafood appetizer and main course fish was always well-prepared. The deserts were dangerous - I always ate them, even if I was full. Maja made sure are glasses were full and on off times, she made sure there was always drinks and snacks put out as well.
    I loved that Maja was on board. She brought such a warm presence - and made sure that we were well fed and had enough to drink, cabins were cleaned & clothes were picked up. Ten people for 10 days is a lot and she never grumbled even when someone asked, for the 3rd time, for another cappuccino. She was very kind - and really worked hard so that the main area of the boat was clean and orderly - a real feat with 10 people.

    Finally, Captain Ivan is knowledgeable and capable. You know he loves the Angelica. Everything on board is in working order and if it stops working - he fixes it immediately. He is engineer so the moment the air conditioner started sounding funny - he just figured it out. Also, he retrofitted the bathrooms, so that they look like (and smell) like luxury bathrooms you would see at a hotel - not boat bathrooms. The cabins were simple in a nice way - lots of teak and fresh sheets.

    Captain Ivan treated the crew with respect and kindness so you felt that they whole boat was very harmonious. Even during the anchoring, there were no fireworks - they somehow managed to make the Med mooring seem simple.

    Most importantly, Captain Ivan is serious sailor - his early career was spent at sea and he loves Croatia, so we got to share his appreciation and passion for sailing from island to island. Once he understood that we wanted to explore things off the beaten track, he brought us into isolated coves in remote places, a hilltop monastery and other magical spots.

    All and all it was a fantastic trip.

    Best Regards,

    Sara

    June '19

    Dear Sasha,

    I knew that you would ask us that question and it is one that we both have been pondering as both gulets and their crews were equally superb.

    There is a danger in reliving an experience which has been one of the stand-out holidays but in this case, the location, quality of the crew and of the boat were equal but the experience was different. With young children, the nature of the trip must change – and ‘Angelica’s’ crew were so good to our grandchildren. I never felt anxious about them on the boat or in the water. In fact, the youngest, Mikey, thought that the highlight of his trip were his chats with Nico – and the treats which Maya (excuse my spelling) supplied unceasingly. All children spent so much time in the sea, swimming, kayaking, on the paddle board that I thought they would grow fins!
    At the same time, Ivitcha (excuse once again, my spelling) made sure that we saw different places to those which we visited last time and so our interests were also considered. The food was delicious and Matteo catered beautifully for Alex who is a vegetarian. In fact, we all suffered from ‘food envy’ with some of the dishes he prepared.
    At no time was anything too much trouble and everything was done with a smile and a sense of wanting us to have a truly relaxing holiday. And we did.
    Our middle grandson, Ben, wants to do it again in two years’ time . . . have to start saving.
    Our daughter-in-law, Catherine, said, two days into the trip, that she had never felt so relaxed on a holiday before.
    Our daughter, Alex, has not stopped thanking us and said that she didn’t realize how stressed she had been at work until she was on the gulet.
    Sometimes as a parent, it is appropriate and rather nice to say,” We told you so.”
    For ourselves, friends have commented on how relaxed and well we look.
    So, we can’t compare the two boats – both have left us with brilliant memories but we shall talk often and fondly of our trip on ‘Angelica’.
    With our thanks to you for organizing everything and for your recommendation of ‘Angelica’,

    Felicity

    September '16

    Dear Sasha,
    May I confirm that we were delighted with our gulet Angelica and her wonderful crew. We would highly recommend the boat to anybody. We thought that it was the most beautiful boat we saw on our week. Nothing was too much trouble for Ivica and his crew. I cannot think of anything that could have been bettered. We would love to do the holiday all over again.

    Nick & family (UK)

    June '12

    Hi Sasha,
    This is just a very quick note to let you know that Angelica and Frano and his crew are everything and more that we could have wished for. Truly, one of the very best trips we’ve ever taken any where in the world. Thank you so much for putting together the best charter imaginable for us.
    With appreciation,

    Jerry & Barbara

    August '11

    Dear Sasha,

    I just wanted to inform you that our vacation with the Owen, Willson, Chenowith, Lougheed group was probably the best vacation John and I have ever experienced. Frano, Lorena, Nikki and Ante were absolutely fantastic in every regard. They were so welcoming, professional and helpful in so many ways. They took care of us by serving us, guiding us and accomodating our requests. They are the nicest, most hard working people and so proud of Croatia and their boat and family business. We had an amazing time.

    We were so impressed in every way. If ever there is a need for one of your clients to have a reference regarding their boat and services, please do not hesitate in contacting us or any member of our group.

    Thank you for suggesting them and for helping make our vacation perfect in every way.

    Kind Regards,

    Heather Morris Lawler

    September '10

    Captain Ivica comes from a long line of professional seafarers and has over twenty years of experience in the marine industry (including his early days on reefer ships, cruising ships and passenger ships carrying thousands of passengers daily). Before buying his own boat, Angelica, he sailed all over the world.
    Ivica supervised all the work on Angelica while she was being refitted. As a captain, he takes great pride in creating tailor-made charter experiences for his guests. He works closely with guests to make sure he fully understands their expectations and wishes. He is an enthusiastic captain with a wonderfully positive attitude that is always reflected by the rest of the crew.

    Ivica is a keen sportsman who particularly enjoys playing water polo and basketball.
    He looks forward to welcoming his guests on board Angelica and wishes everyone a wonderful cruise on the Adriatic.

    Sergio is a prize-winning young chef from Korcula, having participated successfully in a number of local gastronomic competitions. For Sergio, a cuisine is not just about food, or immaculate presentation, it is a lifestyle and a philosophy that guides him through life.
    Although a specialist in the Mediterranean cuisine, Sergio is also an expert in international gastronomy. He enjoys cooking for small groups, an environment that enables him to meet everyone’s food preferences. He wants everyone to fully enjoy his creations. Sergio has brought in a new dimension to Angelica's charters, allowing guests to experience fantastic gourmet tours on this elegant and beautiful yacht.

    Stewardess: Maja Gugic
    Maja, Ivica's wife, has been his companion on board Angelica, as well as in life. Maja has a wonderfully warm and welcoming personality. She is the heart and the soul of this beautiful boat, always ready to welcome the guests and make them feel at home.

    Deckhand: Nikola Gugic

    Angelica is a family run yacht. The family loves the sea, and is devoted to their boat and providing hospitality on board. Nikola, Ivica's and Maja's son, has been sailing with his parents from a young age. What started as childhood fun is now his passion and work. Nikola is kind, enthusiastic, friendly and always smiling.

  • Wake board
  • Water Skis
  • Tender: Maestra 490 with Yamaha 60HP
  • Snorkelling Gear
  • Fishing Gear
  • Kayak
  • Donut
  • 2 Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPs)
  • Special offer

    Beautiful 5-cabin gulet ANGELICA is offering a 5% discount for the next season in Croatia!

    Description

     

    Gulet ANGELICA is a stylish luxury gulet with 5 en-suite cabins and a wonderful local crew.

    ANGELICA went through a significant refit last winter and some more updates this year too:
    Complete varnishing of the wood, new sofa at the front, new mattresses on sun deck, new chairs at the dining area, new salon sofa with the new cushions, new TV with a sound system, new bed linen and towels, new glasses/ dishes and Villeroy and Boch cutlery, additional batteries allowing more 24/7 AC power, new tender with a powerful outboard engine as well as:
    New varnish in the cabins, new lights and brand new mattresses, bed linen and curtains (in the cabins). The bathrooms have new shower cabins with new tiles, sink and a toilet, new water and electrical system, new floor on the cabin corridor and cabins (instead of a carpet there is now a Mahogany floor).

    Please read our clients’ feedback below. ANGELICA comes with a fantastic local crew, attentive, friendly, dedicated team that has worked together for years.

    ANGELICA can accommodate up to 10 guests in five en-suite cabins:
    - Four double cabins
    - One twin cabin

     

    Main features

    • Air conditioning throughout 24h
    • Wi-Fi
    • Experienced local crew!
    • Beautiful and regularly updated interior

    Specifications

    • Length: 30.80m
    • Beam: 6.70m
    • Draft: 2.10m
    • Built: 1991
    • Refit: 2017
    • Cruising speed: 10 knots

    Charter rates

     


    1 May 2022 - 2 July 2022: €21,000 + expenses.
    2 July 2022 - 27 August 2022: €24,000 + expenses.
    27 August 2022 - 29 October 2022: €21,000 + expenses.

    The prices shown are rates for a weekly charter and they include:
    A week Gulet rental, Full crew, Passenger Insurance, Complete linen and to/wels, Yacht cleaning, Use of tender for watersports,
    Fuel for the yacht and generator, Unlimited Air conditioning, Unlimited cruising hours, Port, marina and anchor fees.

    Obligatory Extras:
    Half board – includes full breakfast and lunch at Euros 400 per person per week

    Extras (payable in cash to the captain):
    Drinks on board according to an on-board price list or per preference list (15% service fee would apply).
    Dinner on board: Euros 40 per person per day
    Gratuities for the crew

    Payment:
    50% upon signing the contract
    50% five weeks prior to departure

    Check-in: Split/Trogir, Saturday, from 17.00hrs
    Check-out: Split/Trogir, Saturday, until 09.00hrs

    One-way trip possible at no extra cost.

     

    Reviews

    Sasha,

    George and I would like to share some thoughts with you about our wonderful trip with Captain Ivan, his sweet wife Maja and the outstanding crew on the boat Angelica.
    We chose the boat because the photos on your website showed a charming well-maintained wooden boat with lots of areas on the bow and stern to relax. We imagined ourselves having dinner at the gorgeous wooden table in the stern and lounging on the front cushions in the sun. The reality was even better than the pictures, because of who the Captain was and how he ran his ship.
    He and the crew did an excellent job of giving us our space, while totally taking care of us. They were very professional and completely knew what they were doing. They made sure that we had everything that we wanted - paddle boards, great food and wine; and an exciting itinerary.

    The consistent effort at meal time and the quality of the food and how it was prepared made a huge difference. There was always a clean white table cloth laid for us at meal times and the table set beautifully. The main mid-day meal was a real Croatian feast, coming in 3 courses. As we got to know the chef he started explaining to us how and why he put things together and what was typical of Croatia. His seafood appetizer and main course fish was always well-prepared. The deserts were dangerous - I always ate them, even if I was full. Maja made sure are glasses were full and on off times, she made sure there was always drinks and snacks put out as well.
    I loved that Maja was on board. She brought such a warm presence - and made sure that we were well fed and had enough to drink, cabins were cleaned & clothes were picked up. Ten people for 10 days is a lot and she never grumbled even when someone asked, for the 3rd time, for another cappuccino. She was very kind - and really worked hard so that the main area of the boat was clean and orderly - a real feat with 10 people.

    Finally, Captain Ivan is knowledgeable and capable. You know he loves the Angelica. Everything on board is in working order and if it stops working - he fixes it immediately. He is engineer so the moment the air conditioner started sounding funny - he just figured it out. Also, he retrofitted the bathrooms, so that they look like (and smell) like luxury bathrooms you would see at a hotel - not boat bathrooms. The cabins were simple in a nice way - lots of teak and fresh sheets.

    Captain Ivan treated the crew with respect and kindness so you felt that they whole boat was very harmonious. Even during the anchoring, there were no fireworks - they somehow managed to make the Med mooring seem simple.

    Most importantly, Captain Ivan is serious sailor - his early career was spent at sea and he loves Croatia, so we got to share his appreciation and passion for sailing from island to island. Once he understood that we wanted to explore things off the beaten track, he brought us into isolated coves in remote places, a hilltop monastery and other magical spots.

    All and all it was a fantastic trip.

    Best Regards,

    Sara

    June '19

    Dear Sasha,

    I knew that you would ask us that question and it is one that we both have been pondering as both gulets and their crews were equally superb.

    There is a danger in reliving an experience which has been one of the stand-out holidays but in this case, the location, quality of the crew and of the boat were equal but the experience was different. With young children, the nature of the trip must change – and ‘Angelica’s’ crew were so good to our grandchildren. I never felt anxious about them on the boat or in the water. In fact, the youngest, Mikey, thought that the highlight of his trip were his chats with Nico – and the treats which Maya (excuse my spelling) supplied unceasingly. All children spent so much time in the sea, swimming, kayaking, on the paddle board that I thought they would grow fins!
    At the same time, Ivitcha (excuse once again, my spelling) made sure that we saw different places to those which we visited last time and so our interests were also considered. The food was delicious and Matteo catered beautifully for Alex who is a vegetarian. In fact, we all suffered from ‘food envy’ with some of the dishes he prepared.
    At no time was anything too much trouble and everything was done with a smile and a sense of wanting us to have a truly relaxing holiday. And we did.
    Our middle grandson, Ben, wants to do it again in two years’ time . . . have to start saving.
    Our daughter-in-law, Catherine, said, two days into the trip, that she had never felt so relaxed on a holiday before.
    Our daughter, Alex, has not stopped thanking us and said that she didn’t realize how stressed she had been at work until she was on the gulet.
    Sometimes as a parent, it is appropriate and rather nice to say,” We told you so.”
    For ourselves, friends have commented on how relaxed and well we look.
    So, we can’t compare the two boats – both have left us with brilliant memories but we shall talk often and fondly of our trip on ‘Angelica’.
    With our thanks to you for organizing everything and for your recommendation of ‘Angelica’,

    Felicity

    September '16

    Dear Sasha,
    May I confirm that we were delighted with our gulet Angelica and her wonderful crew. We would highly recommend the boat to anybody. We thought that it was the most beautiful boat we saw on our week. Nothing was too much trouble for Ivica and his crew. I cannot think of anything that could have been bettered. We would love to do the holiday all over again.

    Nick & family (UK)

    June '12

    Hi Sasha,
    This is just a very quick note to let you know that Angelica and Frano and his crew are everything and more that we could have wished for. Truly, one of the very best trips we’ve ever taken any where in the world. Thank you so much for putting together the best charter imaginable for us.
    With appreciation,

    Jerry & Barbara

    August '11

    Dear Sasha,

    I just wanted to inform you that our vacation with the Owen, Willson, Chenowith, Lougheed group was probably the best vacation John and I have ever experienced. Frano, Lorena, Nikki and Ante were absolutely fantastic in every regard. They were so welcoming, professional and helpful in so many ways. They took care of us by serving us, guiding us and accomodating our requests. They are the nicest, most hard working people and so proud of Croatia and their boat and family business. We had an amazing time.

    We were so impressed in every way. If ever there is a need for one of your clients to have a reference regarding their boat and services, please do not hesitate in contacting us or any member of our group.

    Thank you for suggesting them and for helping make our vacation perfect in every way.

    Kind Regards,

    Heather Morris Lawler

    September '10

    Crew Presentation

       

    Captain Ivica comes from a long line of professional seafarers and has over twenty years of experience in the marine industry (including his early days on reefer ships, cruising ships and passenger ships carrying thousands of passengers daily). Before buying his own boat, Angelica, he sailed all over the world.
    Ivica supervised all the work on Angelica while she was being refitted. As a captain, he takes great pride in creating tailor-made charter experiences for his guests. He works closely with guests to make sure he fully understands their expectations and wishes. He is an enthusiastic captain with a wonderfully positive attitude that is always reflected by the rest of the crew.

    Ivica is a keen sportsman who particularly enjoys playing water polo and basketball.
    He looks forward to welcoming his guests on board Angelica and wishes everyone a wonderful cruise on the Adriatic.

    Sergio is a prize-winning young chef from Korcula, having participated successfully in a number of local gastronomic competitions. For Sergio, a cuisine is not just about food, or immaculate presentation, it is a lifestyle and a philosophy that guides him through life.
    Although a specialist in the Mediterranean cuisine, Sergio is also an expert in international gastronomy. He enjoys cooking for small groups, an environment that enables him to meet everyone’s food preferences. He wants everyone to fully enjoy his creations. Sergio has brought in a new dimension to Angelica's charters, allowing guests to experience fantastic gourmet tours on this elegant and beautiful yacht.

    Stewardess: Maja Gugic
    Maja, Ivica's wife, has been his companion on board Angelica, as well as in life. Maja has a wonderfully warm and welcoming personality. She is the heart and the soul of this beautiful boat, always ready to welcome the guests and make them feel at home.

    Deckhand: Nikola Gugic

    Angelica is a family run yacht. The family loves the sea, and is devoted to their boat and providing hospitality on board. Nikola, Ivica's and Maja's son, has been sailing with his parents from a young age. What started as childhood fun is now his passion and work. Nikola is kind, enthusiastic, friendly and always smiling.

    Tender, entertainment, toys

  • Wake board
  • Water Skis
  • Tender: Maestra 490 with Yamaha 60HP
  • Snorkelling Gear
  • Fishing Gear
  • Kayak
  • Donut
  • 2 Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPs)