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Brief description of the holiday
Crossing of the Adriatic (about 60 miles) to be in Pula on Sunday morning. Monday cross the Kvarner to get to Unie, Tuesday go to Punta Kriza (south end of Cres), Wednesday Lošinj (in the marina), Thursday Ilovik, Friday Pula and Saturday morning landing in Venice. apart from the two crossings lasting about 10 hours in which you will be able to sleep most of the time, the other routes are short and all the stops are tested on beautiful islands and safe anchorages.
Lošinj (Losinj, in Croatian) is the most popular island for tourism, for its bays and beaches, and for the richness of its vegetation (there are over 1000 species of plants, with a good percentage of aromatics, which is why it is also called "island of perfume"). Unie (Unije) lies to the W of Lošinj, separated from it by the Unijski kanal, about two miles wide. The island marks the border of Kvarner,
Sansego (Susak), 150 inhabitants, owes its name to the Greek word Sansegos that is oregano, a plant that grows in abundance on the island. Geologically it is different from all the other islands of Croatia, being made up of fine sand resting on a limestone platform. The only village, divided between the upper and lower part, was depopulated following the Second World War when its inhabitants emigrated to the United States of America.
The catamaran has three double cabins for guests and two bathrooms with shower. The large autonomy of water and electricity, and the dinghy with motor to go ashore allow you not to be forced to use the marinas with consequently a considerable economic saving, since the night at the buoy costs a fifth compared to tourist marinas.
By reducing port costs to the bare minimum (one night in the marina and the others at the buoy or pier), the extra 100 euros per person, excluding restaurants, are not exceeded.
It is a 35-foot catamaran with two twenty horsepower sterndrive engines and a good range of fuels and fresh water.
The boat is not luxurious but practical and pleasant in its spartanity.
In the works carried out this winter, interventions were carried out on the on-board systems: electrical, hydraulic, safety systems: from evacuation to bilge water to fire prevention and electrical protection valves.
Particular attention was paid to the on-board comfort systems; A good autonomy of water and fuels, as well as a sea water intake for washing dishes, the necessary electricity is given by two photovoltaic panels that ensure an average of 100 Ampère per day, two gas cookers, oven, toaster, microwave , refrigerator, internal and external hot shower, as well as: electricity 12 / 220V in all rooms and on deck, in the cockpit and in the bow. The dinghy hoisted at the stern is always ready to be put into the sea to reach the nearby beach and disembark during stops at anchor.
The living room and dinette form a single environment free from obstacles (no table or fixed chairs) where ten people can move around and at the same time use the kitchen, which occupies half of the living room.
The mast was landed and overhauled; all running rigging, RT and electrical cables replaced.
The two 20 horsepower engines and 70 square meters of high tech sails allow good propulsion with average speed and safety that a monohull struggles to achieve.
The fresh water reserve is 800 liters, in addition to the possibility of using sea water in the kitchen.
Our trip starts here
Venezia, VE, Italia
Saturday 6 August from 17:00 until Saturday 6 August at 20:00
Our trip ends here
Venezia, VE, Italia
Saturday 13 August from 9:00 until Saturday 13 August at 10:00
Reviews of Marino
Other important information
Information and advice on HOW TO GET THERE, Venice, Giudecca. by train and then vaporetto line 4.1 get off at V (redentore)
WHAT TO BRING, document for expatriation (identity card or passport)
The cooking service is not guaranteed by the skipper, who may have other things to do, but he will gladly do it since he likes it. In any case, the kitchen, like all the equipment on board, is available to guests and it is always possible to eat on board.
Other extra expenses (ports, fuel)
By reducing port costs to the bare minimum (one night in the marina and the others at the buoy or pier), the extra 100 euros per person, excluding restaurants, are not exceeded. Engine consumes 10 euros per hour of motion.
For the double cabin for single use please contact me to receive a personalized offer.
Cancellations and Refund
This experience undergoes Sailsquare's standard Cancellation and Refund Policy:
- As long as the Experience is Not Confirmed, you can cancel your reservation at any time and receive a refund of the amount paid.
- If the Experience is Confirmed, you can cancel your reservation up to 30 days before departure and receive a full refund.
- If available for the selected Experience, you can choose our Extended Refund Terms and cancel your booking at any time up to the departure, and receive a refund of the paid amount, upon the occurrence of certain conditions (illness, including Covid-19, work-related reason, domestic emergency, previous medical conditions and many more).
Knowing what expenses are included and excluded from your booking fee will enable you to have a good idea of the total cost of your chosen experience.
Included in the price.
- Final cleaning
Not included in the price.
- Meals/drinks consumed ashore
- Trip from and to embarkment/disembarkment port
To be paid onboard.
In addition to the price, there will be some additional expenses that you will incur during your trip. Expenses have been listed below.
- Meals onboard
- Mooring fees
- Drinks onboard
- biancheria letto e bagno, 10 euro
The estimated expenses for the rest of the holiday are approximately 50-150€ per person.