- A high spec vessel
- Water ski
- Jet ski
- SUP (2)
- Kayak (2)
The 43m Lady Gita is entirely built in Croatia and is a prime example of Croatian shipbuilding industry. Built in a small shipyard in Kastela by the Croatian company Mobiliare and designed by Aleksandar Mijatovic, her living areas feature beautiful furnishings that create a comfortable and luxurious atmosphere. The spacious salon features a sky roof, highlighting her great volume and exceptional lighting.
She is able to sleep up to 12 guests in six striking staterooms, including two master suites and four doubles, two of the double cabins are convertible into a twin cabin. All cabins have ample headroom and plenty of interesting features such as the old navigational charts ceilings.
On deck, a vast sunbathing combined lounge area offer total privacy forward, whilst additional sunbathing area can be found aft. Various options for al fresco dining are available allowing guests to take in beautiful views while enjoying an exquisite dinner carefully prepared by the top-class Chef and paired with an extensive list of premium Croatian wines.
'Lady Gita is a beautiful yacht and has more than met our expectations. I am glad we took the risk of her being completed on time. It has been very special being on her maiden voyage. Despite a huge amount of work to finish in the last week before we stepped aboard (Toni was recounting they had 30 people work until midnight) everything has functioned very well. Toni is a very “likeable” captain - creating the right bond with the family but at all times professional, safety conscious, and helpful as we have tweaked the itinerary. He has assembled a great crew; the engineer and one of the deck hands have been on the boat for the last six months with Toni finishing the build, so are very knowledgeable about the boat. The chef is truly amazing; Toni brought him from “Linda” and he is passionate about his food'
|High season||85,500 €|
|Low season||77,600 €|
The charter rates include the local VAT.
|APA||approx. 30% of the charter rate|