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Salona 38 is the successor of the yard’s best-selling model Salona 37 – European and American yacht of the year.

The Salona 38 has modern and clean deck lines which are continuation of the new distinctive Salona style that has been introduced in the Salona 60, designed by Jason Ker.



The Salona 38 keel and sail plan have been developed for maximal performance and comfort in combination with ease of handling. The final result is a stiff, strong and light construction, creating the foundation of a seaworthy yacht, which withstands high loads from rig, wind and sea conditions, and enhances maximal sailing performance and comfort.



The Salona 38 has a comfortable interior with generous galley size, well appointed and practical cabins with loads of natural light and ventilation.



With a very special price for the customers Salona 38 has become very popular with sailors who want the balance comfort and performance at an affordable price.

For more info about the special prices available for new orders please contact us on:


It can be chartered in 2 or 3 cabin version in Croatia, Greece, Italy, Turkey & Spain.

For more info & technical data about Salona 38 Yacht Charter, please visit our following pages:

Salona 38 Yacht Charter






Charter Yacht of the Month – December, 2012th.

Bavaria 45 cruiser represents a great value for cruisers looking for both charter-boat comfort and performance-boat speed.

It is certainly one of the better performing mass-production cruisers.



Helm response is excellent, and you will find the boat a joy to steer.



Bavaria 45 cruiser has a U-shaped dinette to starboard with a double seat amidships that backs up against the galley to port.

It is an ultra modern spacious cruiser offering ensuites with every cabin.



This yacht is mostly offered as charter version with 4 cabins/3 heads.



For more info about chartering of this yacht in Croatia, Greece, Turkey, France, Italy, Spain & Caribbean, please contact us on:

Bavaria 45 cruiser is also a profitable charter yacht – we have very interesting charter management options available in Croatia & Greece.



Bavaria 45 cruiser has been reviewed in the Sail Magazine and has been chosen as Sail Magazine’s Best Boats 2012 Winner among cruising monohulls under 50ft.









Designed by the architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost (VPLP) in association with the Lagoon R&D department, the Lagoon 620 is an innovative solution to the needs of today’s cruising yachtsman : Strength, comfort, performance and large choice of layouts.
The 2012 version of the Lagoon 620, with interiors designed by Nauta, makes her an even more luxurious and comfortable yacht.

In the dining room, the settees have been entirely redesigned, as well as the ceiling, enabling more effective indirect lighting, and it now includes the option of installing adjustable blinds on all the wide vertical windows.

On the starboard side, the master suite has also been substantially modified, with a washroom now placed aft on either side of the cockpit access stairs, making room for a large cupboard space in the bedroom. The forward starboard cabin, now a real V.I.P. suite, also benefits from this change due to the volume freed up by the repositioning of the master washroom.
Whether in its 4, 5 or 6 cabin version, the Lagoon 620 is now offered with new Ambiances created by Nauta for the “large” Lagoons: complete interior layout packages elegantly incorporating wood finish, upholstery, inner liners, and more…

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Charter Yacht of the Month – November, 2012th.


This extraordinary yacht with extremely spacious cockpit is our charter yacht of the month in November, 2012th.

Beneteau Oceanis 48 offers great space and comfort and is well suited for cruising charter on any sailing journeys.




Beneteau Oceanis 48 has an electrically controlled  transom that can extend the cockpit nearly for a meter and creates a swim platform complete with a stainless steel boarding ladder.  The deck-stepped mast of this Berret-Racoupeau designed cruising sloop has been pushed farther aft, which opens up the interior layout below deck.

The five cabin version will take up to 12 persons in optimum conditions, when cruising becomes a really great sociable time!



It can be chartered in 4 or 5 cabin version in Croatia, Greece, Italy, Turkey, France and the Caribbean.

For more info & technical data about Beneteau Oceanis 48 Yacht Charter, please visit our following pages:

Beneteau Oceanis 48 Yacht Charter



Beneteau Oceanis 48 has been reviewed in the Sail Magazine & Cruising World.


If you are interested to charter this yacht or would also consider some purchasing options, please do not hesitate to contact us on:


This yacht has been awarded Best Production Sailing Yacht (up to 15 meters) in 2012th by Asia Boating Awards.



Bavaria 39 is an exhilarating yacht for charter designed to be fast, safe and comfortable.

Sleek and stylish, the Bavaria 39 combines the performance sailing you’ve come to expect from this prestigious yacht manufacturer with a light, roomy and comfortable interior.

The master suite is located forward with its own head and shower and the two double cabins, served with a separate head and shower, are aft of the saloon. The saloon area incorporates an exceptional 6′ 7″ headroom, a large seating arrangement and a spacious galley with a two burner stove, twelve volt fridge and plenty of storage. Featuring a full-battened or furling mainsail, roller-furling Genoa, single-line reefing and autopilot, this yacht can be sailed short-handed with ease.

Bavaria 39 Cruiser, one of the most popular Bavaria’s of its generation due to offering comfort, performance and strength, integrates luxury and space.

Since we have really liked the sleek lines and the interior of a new Dufour 500 seen in Genova, we have asked one of our friendly Dufour dealers to make a quote for a fully, premium equipped 4-cabin version of this fabulous yacht.



 Adventure version with 4 cabins / 4 heads / deep keel cast iron, 100hp shaftdrive
 Full batten mainsail + lazy bag
 Asymetrical spinnaker gear with bowsprit
 Rigid boom vang
 Electric winch on the roof – portside – T 45
 Fold-away anchor roller and 1400 W electric windlass
 Cockpit table with integrated cold and hot water sink
 Integrated fold-away sunbed in starboard cockpit seat
 Life line gates
 Folding propeller
 Leather covered steering wheels
 4 cockpit portholes
 Retractable bowthruster
 220 volt / extra service battery / battery charger
 LED lighting
 Shower separation board and duckboard
 Automatic shower pump
 Roller blinds and curtains
 Seawater footpump, forward and aft holding tank
 Dining set for 8 people
 Main anchor and mooring lines
 Radio CD / cockpit loudspeakers
 I70 display on portside steering wheel
 Autopilot P70 with Lewmar rotative motor
 Multipurpose e95 display – without maps – WiFi and Bluetooth TM – cockpit, starboard side
 110hp Volvo engine, shaft drive, fixed propeller
 Foldable propeller for Volvo 110hp
 Spinnaker winches T50
 Electric roof winch T45 Portside & Starboard
 Electric Genoa winches T50 (set of 2)
 Removable inner forestay + 1 halyard
 Grand Prix Pack (requires Adventure version) incl:
 Tall mast (+1,4m), Offshore sails with battened genoa (+14,7m), genoa halyard with 2 to 1 purchase ,
 Mainsail halyard Dynema, Sliding genoa track, Bowsprit adapted for code zero , Fastnet steering wheels,
 Hydraulic backstay tensioner
 Natural teak on cockpit floor, bathing platform and sunbed
 Natural teak on the roof
 Natural teak on sidedecks
 Stainless steel bow protection
 Automatic anchor locker rincer (seawater)
 Double windlass control with chain counter
 Electric opening bathing platform with wireless remote control
 Cockpit seat cushions with backrest, including sunbed
 Sunbathing cushion foredeck
 Steering wheel covers + cockpit table cover
 Extra for LUXE saloon cushions (cream leather)
 Slatted mattras supports (4 cabin version)
 Generator PANDA 8000i
 Reversible air conditioning 110v / 220v
 Toilet – big size 2 units
 Electric toilet 2 units
 Watermaker 60L / H 12v / 220v
 Holding tank aft – starboard
 Oak interior
 Espresso machine
 Plancha – gas operated in the cockpit
 Inox fridge, integrated in the cockpit table
 TV 22′ / TNT / DVD in the saloon
 BOSE audio system (saloon + cockpit)
 Dorade box
 Outbourd engine support bracket
 Ladder for lifeline gates
 Additional i70 display (starboard side steering wheel)
 Multipurpose e125 display – without maps – WiFi and Bluetooth TM – nav table
 Multipurpose e95 display – without maps – WiFi and Bluetooth TM – portside steering wheel
 Digital radar 18″ – 4 kw – on multipurpose display
 PC interface with USB port
 Inverter 12v/220v 2000w
 VHF Ray49E – ASN
 VHF loudspeaker in cockpit
 AIS 650 Class B transmitter / receiver (only with VHF and GPS)
 Wireless Smartcontroller remote control
 Alarm “Man overboard” LifeTag station + 2 lifetags
 Additional LifeTag
 Antifouling and hull preparation : black


The price of this brand new, fully equipped Dufour 500 Grand Large is  €440.755 (VAT not included).

Please remember that price of the same model equipped “only! with very well configured Adventure package is €278.426 (VAT not included) so you can actually own this 50′ yacht for much less if additional options are not essential.

The yard is already accepting orders for the new Dufour 500 GL with delivery during March 2013th so don’t hesitate to contact our office for additional details…




We have visited Genova  Boat Show last Thursday and saw some very interesting boats!


Genova is a historical port city in northern Italy, the capital of the Region of Liguria. Genoa today, as a tourist attraction, is often shadowed by cities such as Rome or Venice, even though it has a long history as a rich and powerful trade centre.

The show, which was first launched in 1962, is one of the leading shows worldwide in the field of pleasure boating thanks to an extraordinary exhibiting area: 100,000 square meters of water basin surface and more than 200,000 square meters of pavilions and outdoor areas just next to the main entrance of Genoa’s harbour.



Some insiders commented that this year’s show (same as a couple of previous shows) was only a half of what it used to be unfortunately. Hard times for pleasure boating continue as it seems..

Still the industry somehow continues to develop better boats and we were astonished by some boat-builders!

Check this…






Let’s now move to more accessible yachts : )



We like new Dufour 500 (above) and it’s great interior layout with galley in the front of the salon… it looks very good and it seems like a very practical solution.




We also like the new Hanse 575 – this huge boat is a true brand flagship.. it really has sleek lines!



We always like Lagoon catamarans – especially their most popular 450 model..


Ok, this was it from this season’s Genova Boat Show.

You can always contact our office to check the prices of any new boats you might like.



Late Sailing in Croatia; October 2012


Late Sailing in Croatia – October 2012th….


We have enjoyed a beautiful couple of days sailing in Croatia from 05.10.2012. to 08.10.2012. and here is a short report..


1. day Friday, 05.10.2012: Check-in in marina Kornati Biograd near Zadar;


We have started to sail around noon on Friday and planned to arrive on Island of Vis during the evening. Not a short distance at all (60Nm) however we had an appointment that evening in a very special Roki’s Family Farm in Plisko Polje on the island of Vis. A reason not to hesitate!

It was very sunny with more than 22°C  yet the wind was not as we have expected – less than 5 knots : ( so no sailing on Friday unfortunately..

We arrived in Vis harbor around 21:00h and Roki’s transfer van was waiting for us.. First sailing day is over but the night is young : ))

At Roki’s we’ve had a fabulous lamb under bell (a traditional method of preparing lamb known as “peka”) and also had a taste of some Roki’s home-made wines and brandy (such as Muskardin, Bugava, Plavac, Prosek, Matadur, Mirta, Komovica, Rogacica, Travarica).

Some of us had too much and went asleep yet a couple of us (including the author) still had some space for additional couple of glasses.. so we found a very nice open terrace beneath the Perast Fort in the city center very close to our boat. It was strange but somehow romantic listening to the music on the old gramophone..



2. day Saturday, 06.10.2012: Coffee and breakfast in Vis;


It was so nice to wake up in Vis again! I always like to go in Vis since this island really has something to show and having a coffee in a small, sunny square in the center of Vis is really fantastic.

Although we had planned to sail to the island of Hvar and visit Pakleni Islands, we had finally decided to round the island of Vis and have a look of some beautiful sights available here. We were also probably too exhausted from Friday’s sailing marathon – 60Nm is really too much for a single day.

So first we had visited the cave on the island of Ravnik which is well known as a Green Cave. It is a cave formed by means of abrasion with two entrances and an aperture on the top through which light enters reflecting colours from the sea bottom painting its walls green. In the period of the Second World Ware, smaller warships also found shelter here.


The Cave in the Island of Ravnik


Only a short sailing has led us to the second very famous and really beautiful bay of Stiniva. Stiniva Bay is located on the southern part of the island of Vis. It is approachable from the sea through a narrow passage after which the bay broadens and ends in a beautiful beach. There is no road leading to the bay and for this reason it has managed to preserve its natural beauty.

We were sea bathing in this beautiful bay and some of our more courageous crew-members even did some cliff diving. Too much for the rest..



After having a marvelous on-board lunch in Stiniva prepared by our chef Kristjan we have set sail to Komiza on the island of Vis – our last stop before heading back to North Dalmatia..


3. day Sunday, 07.10.2012: Coffee and breakfast in Komiza;


After having a very quite night on the anchor in Komiza bay (just opposite from the port) we took a walk and a coffee in the beautiful town of Komiza.

Komiza lies on the sunny side of the island and is well sheltered from cold northerly winds, in the bottom of the largest bay on the island and compacted within narrow alleys and slender houses. It is a famous place for its fishermen on the Adriatic. The everyday tourist offer of Komiza includes numerous excursions to open Sea Islands: Bisevo (the Blue Cave), Svetac and Brusnik, the legendary Palagruza and the volcanic island of Jabuka.

Unfortunately it was time to head north towards the town of Sibenik – still no wind on the horizon.

We arrived in Sibenik around 18:00h. What a beautiful passage through the Channel of St. Anthony – really stunning!



It is always a pleasure to visit a historic town of Sibenik. We had moored in the city center around 18:00h and started enjoying the city immediately : ) We went to the bars on the seafront and had very good time during the evening.

A couple of kilometers north of the city is the Krka National Park renowned for its many waterfalls, flora, fauna, and historical and archaeological remains – very relaxing sites!




4. day Monday, 08.10.2012: Back to Biograd..


After having the breakfast & coffee in Šibenik, we went back to Biograd – good news were that 20 knots of Bora wind was blowing and this was going to be our best (and only) sailing day during the trip.

The sailing was fantastic – it was nice to remember why it is so easy to get infected with it!




We have returned to Biograd around 18:00h and still had a lot driving to do.

Late season sailing in Croatia is fantastic – charter boats are available for reasonable amounts, marinas are not crowded, wheather is nice and the sea is still warm like during the summer. Also, although we didn’t feel much wind, the chances of having a true sailing vacation are better than during August.


British Airways introduces new daily flights to connect London and the capital of Croatia starting in December 2012. After a few years break BA has announced re-introduction of the line to Croatia to connect London Heathrow and Zagreb Pleso. The first flight is scheduled for 9th December 2012. This is going to be BA’s second all year connection between UK and Croatia, the first one that has been running from 2003 is the one connecting London and Dubrovnik.

Jet2 introduces new line from UK to Croatia: Flights to connect Pula and Leeds/Bradford from May 2013. British low-cost airline Jet2 has announced yet another new line to Croatia for the summer season 2013. This time it is a line between Pula and Airport Leeds/Bradford, operating once a week, every Sunday from 26th May to 29th September. This is already third line for Pula after this year’s new line from Manchester and previously announced new line from Newcastle. Jet 2 team continues its expansion in the Croatian market, as besides Pula, it flies to Dubrovnik and Split.

Croatia Airlines offers all year round service to Zagreb with onward connections to coastal airports.

Owner's version for sale

Lagoon has succeeded beautifully in developing a new 450 catamaran to replace the famous Lagoon 440 (more than 400 units sold!) Of course, the irreplaceable qualities of the Lagoon 440 have been retained as a starting point: a steering station on the fly bridge accessible from both sides of the cockpit, a forward cockpit, performance under sail … and an incomparable comfort in the saloon and the cabins. Larger and with a bigger sail area, the Lagoon 450 benefits from important improvements in terms of safety, performance and cruising comfort.


Available now
Year: 2012

Current Price: EUR 474,412 Tax Not Paid

Located in France
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel


2012 Lagoon 450 Owner’s version
3 cabins, 3 heads
2 x Yanmar 4JH5ACE 54hp

Optional Extras:

Comfort package consisting of:
• Pair of s/steel davits & manual winch
• Electrical manoeuvre winch to starboard side 50.2STAEH
• Flag halyards on spreaders
• Deck courtesy lights in cockpits, transoms and flybridge
• Helm seat cushions Heather Beige
• 220V electrical circuit with 60 Amp battery charger
• 3 additional service batteries 140Amp
• Extra fresh water tanks port & stbd 2 x 175L (2 x 46US Gal)
• Aft portholes in aft cabins with curtains
• Leather bulkhead organizers in the cabins
• 12V lighting in hanging lockers
• Indirect lighting in cabins and salon
• Additional fridge 130L (34US Gal)
• Waterproof loudspeakers in cockpit and fly with settings
• Radio CD MP3 Player + 2 loudspeakers in salon
• Navigation Pack Raymarine 2012
• Genaker rig and pole
• Pulpits with wooden seats
• Fresh water dock inlet
• Sea water and fresh water foot pumps
• Deck wash pump sea water / fresh water
• Bathroom floor with wooden slats
• Aft cockpit floor in teak

Factory Fitted Options:
• All electric flybridge winches in lieu of standard
• Electric winch for davits 40.2STAEH
• Helm station canvas bimini (heather beige)
• Outboard engine bracket on pushpit
• 12V Cockpit fridge
• Sunlounger pads for foredeck heather beige
• Sunlounging area on flybridge heather beige
• Windlass remote control at flybridge with chain counter
• Double electronic engine throttle at nav. Station with panels
• Extra for 2 X 54hp (Yanmar 4JH5ACE)
• 12V sockets in cabin
• Onan genset 11Kva 220V / 50Hz + COCOON
• Holding tanks Deck-Sea, for 3 cabin version
• 2 additional leather stools in saloon
• Cruisair A/C 48000 BTU 220V for 3 cabin version
• Dish washer 6 sets 220V
• Double berth in the salon prime beige
• Microwave oven with grill 220V
• Under bed slats for 3 cabin version
• Autopilot remote Smartcontrol
• Bose 2.1 loudspeakers in salon
• Raymarine E120 W at helm station
• Raymarine E120 W at nav. Station
• TV antenna
• VHF Raymarine 240E double handset with DSC
• Anchor set-up (anchor 25kg, 85m chain D12, 20m warp D22)
• Launched, rigged, antifouling (4 dock lines, 6 fenders, diesel, anchor set) Les Sables d’Olonne
• Exportation fees

• Tunnel bow-thruster on starboard (120kgf)

• TV LED 22″ PAL / SECAM + DVD / CD MP3 player in Owner’s cabin

• TV LED 26″ PAL / SECAM + DVD / CD MP3 player with electric lift in the salon


3 cabins each with its own head and shower – standing headroom 2,05m / 6’9”
Interior woodwork in Alpi blond oak plywood
Laminated walnut floor
Cabin doors without threshold
Head doors with threshold

Large main saloon with panoramic view – standing headroom approx: 2,05 m / 6’9”
Steel pillar with fabric cover
Varnished coffee table that can be swapped with the large cockpit table
Seating for 5 / 6 people
Storage compartments under bench seats
Locking aluminum sliding cockpit door with open/closed positions
2 opening hatches on forward windows
Curtains on forward saloon windows

Galley in main saloon to starboard with direct access to cockpit through sliding window
Synthetic resin countertop
Double stainless steel sink with chrome-plated mixer tap hot and cold water
Integrated dish drainage area.
Cutlery drawer
Storage under sink
3 burner stove / oven with grill stainless steel
12V fridge 130L / 34 US Gallons, front loading
2nd 12V Fridge 130L / 34 US Gallons – transformable in freezer (optional) 100 l / 26 US gallons

Located to port side of saloon, facing forward
Chart storage
Large console for electronic displays
3 Drawers

Cabins mattresses: marine mattresses made of multi layer alveolar foam with several densities. Mattresses designed to improve comfort for a deeper sleep (thickness: 120mm/5’’)
Mattresses treatment: anti microbial, anti bacterial, non allergenic, anti dust mite
Standard upholstery as indicated on Lagoon sample book
Synthetic fabrics adapted to marine environment:
– Washable (40°C)
– U.V. resistant
– water repellent, with anti stain treatment
Fabric-covered wooden ceiling panels or fiberglass liners in cabins and wash rooms
Fabric hull liner in cabins
FRP liner in main saloon
Curtains in cabins and on forward windows in saloon

Starboard hull fully dedicated to owner:
Access to the cabin from the saloon by a companionway and a sliding door with a lock
Queen-size berth (2,04m / 6’9”x 1,60m / 5’2” at widest point)
Semi-island berth
Space storage under bed with 1 drawer
Battery switches under the bed
2 reading lights
2 bed tables
Settee 2 persons with trapdoor
Space storage next to settee
Cabinets with 4 doors and bookshelves on hull side
Hanging locker 2 doors and 1 shelf
Lower furniture with 3 drawers and shelves
Lower furniture on the inboard side
2 Low space storages at the foot of the bed
Storage with shelves or washing machine (option)
3 opening deck hatches
2 opening port holes
1 large fixed one way window on hull
1 opening escape hatch
LED ceiling lights
Curtains on portholes, hatches and fixed one-way windows

1 opening deck hatch
1 opening port hole in the shower
1 large fixed one way window on hull
Storage locker 2 doors above toilet
Cupboard 4 doors (2 low doors and 2 high doors)
Head floor with floorboard
Plexiglass partition + 2 doors between shower and head
Rectangular washbasin on 4 doors cabinet
Synthetic resin countertop
3 mirror doors in front of 1 locker
Roomy separated shower

Port hull:
Queen-size berth (2,04m / 6’7”x 1,60m / 5’2” at widest point)
Semi-island berth
1 drawer under berths
1 hanging lockers
1 low shelf
Shoes storage in the floor
Ceiling led spotlight
2 reading lights per berth
2 bed tables with storage
1 opening deck hatch
1 opening port hole
1 large hull window in plexiglass
1 opening escape hatch
Curtains on portholes, hatches and fixed one-way windows

Transformable double berth or 2 simple berths
– Double berth version 2.04 m x 1.63 m x 1.16 on the floor / 6’7” x 5’3” x 3’8” on the floor
– 2 simple berths version 2.06 m x0.69 m x 0.58 m on the floor / 6’75” x 2’26” x 1’9” on the floor
2 drawers under berths
2 space storages
1 bookshelf
1 bed table with storage and shoes storage
Hanging lockers and shelves
LED ceiling lights
2 reading lights per berth
1 opening deck hatch
1 opening port hole
1 large hull window
Curtains on portholes, hatches and fixed one-way windows
1 mirror
3 lockers storage under the berth

Molded GRP units with white laminate walls – standing headroom 2,04m / 6’9”
Washbasin with mixer tap / shower
Full-size marine toilet
1 holding tank with gravity drain/deck pump out in the front port head
Storage locker and 2 mirror doors
Ceiling lights and spotlights over the mirror
Forward heads access from cabin
Synthetic resin countertop
Separated shower
Shower grating
1 opening deck hatch
Technical access under washbasin

Large cockpit usable as deck saloon, protectedby fixed composite bimini with recessed lighting
U-shape foredeck seating area with technical generator locker on the front
Removable wood varnished cockpit table accommodates 8 / 10 people, with protective cover
2 storage lockers in stern crossbeam
Large storage locker with possibility to install extra (fridge, icemaker, etc…). Speckled beige
Synthetic resin countertop
Sliding window between cockpit and galley
Direct access from cockpit to helm station on starboard side
Lazy boy on starboard side with storage locker
Bin with upper access and front door
Storage locker with top access (70 liters / 18 gallon US )
Aeration hatch – Opening roof on the fly for cockpit aeration
Storage for 2 gas tanks on starboard side of the cockpit
Built-in storage area for cockpit table in bimini ceiling
Polyester non streaming toe rail on the cockpit sides

Storage locker on aft cockpit portside
Big storage locker
Access to the windlass and chain locker by a vertical panel
Deck light on mast
Generator locker on starboard side
Sun pad

Access from deck through locked hatch

Twin deck access stairways from deck
Large bench seat for 6 people
Ergonomically-designed helm station with leathered wheel with brake, engine throttles, engine panels, hour meters, fuel gauges, compass, large instrument console for electronic displays, cup holders, rope storage
Protection covers for helm position
Space storage around lateral staircases of the flybridge
Sun pad place in front of the helm station

2 opening access hatches to engine compartments
Hot and cold deck shower on port side
Starboard side stainless steel swim ladder with 1 hand rail
Storage space on starboard side and port side transom
1 dinghy cleat on each transom

1 dacron full roach full batten mainsail
1 furling genoa with UV protection

Aluminum mast with mainsail track and ball-bearing
Double pushing spreader rig
1 aluminum boom
2 shrouds with chafe guards
2 lower shrouds with chafe guards
1 forestay with furler for genoa
2 mainsail lazy-jacks for battened main sail

1 double-purchase spectra mainsail halyard
1 spectra genoa halyard
1 mainsail sheet pre-stretched
2 genoa sheets pre-stretched
3 mainsail reefing lines pre-stretched
1 genoa furling line pre-stretched
2 mainsail traveler car control lines pre-stretched

8 mooring cleats
1 winch size 60 on starboard side of helm for mainsail halyard and reefing lines and genoa
1 winch, size 50 on port side for genoa halyard, spi (option), toping lift
1 winch, size 60 for genoa on port side
1 winch, size 50 for main sheet, traveler and furler
Vertical axe windlass 12V 1700W in anchor locker
Trampoline with knot-less nylon netting
Extern stern pulpits
Inboard stern pulpits including on portside flagpole fittings and buoy support
Composite forward longitudinal beam with recessed chain run and mooring cleat
Aluminum crossbeam with furler genoa chain plate, anchor roller and navigation lights
Mainsheet traveller track and ball-bearing car
2 genoa tracks with genoa car and stopper

Engine hatch gas struts
2 x 40 HP saildrive diesel engines
Engine controls at helm station
Soundproofed engine compartments, soundproof access panels
Electrical extractor for ventilation
Sea water filters

2 water tanks (2x 175l / 46 US gallons each = total 350l /92 US gallons)
Freshwater system with 1 principal water group in portside hull
60l /16 US gallons water heater with 220V heating element and engine heat exchanger
2 fuel aluminum tanks (2x 500l / 132 US gallons), fuel filters
Shower drain pumps by press button

Bilge pump: 1 manual bilge pump in each hull with cockpit pump; 1 automatic immersed bilge pump by hull; 1 manual release non-immersed bilge pump by hull
1 holding tank (80l / 21 US gallons) in stern portside in standard

Main 12V electrical panel starboard side of saloon next to companionway with wood protection
LED lights
Ammeter, voltmeter, circuit breakers, back lighting, water gauge, 12V outlet
2 engine start batteries: 12 v- 110 Amp
3 house batteries: 12 v-140 Amp

Polyester and high quality anti osmotic resin
Hull and deck laminated
Balsa core hull, solid laminate under water line, white gel coat
Balsa core bridge deck and deck
Solid laminate inner liners and deck
Laminated marine plywood bulkheads

Waterline length 13,38m /43’89’’
Beam 7,84m /25’9”
Mast Height Over Water 23.05m /75’62”
Draft 1,30m /4’28”
Light displacement (CE) 15500 Kg /34.178 lb
Full displacement 21500 Kg /47.400 lb
Full batten main 82.50m² /880 sq
Square top main sail (option) 85m² /915 sq ft
Furling genoa 51.80m² /557 sq ft
Spinnaker (option) 190m² /2.045 sq ft
Gennaker (option) 105m² /1.130 sq ft
Water 2 x 175l / 46 US gallons
Fuel 2 x 500l / 132 US gallons
Standard engine size 2 x 40 hp
Interior finish Light alpi oak and non skid laminated wenge for the floor
Architects Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Prévost
CE Certification A : 12 ; B : 14 ; C : 20 ; D : 30 20 ; D : 30


Lagoon 450 Owner's version for sale




German shipyard Bavaria Yachtbau has presented a small sporty, yet practical boat ideal for these hard times.

After some waiting, Bavaria Yachts have decided to enter into a new market segment and attract new customers with a new-entry boat in their fleet, a 7-meter B/ONE 23.
As with the Cruiser and Vision series, this project has originated from a collaboration with the Farr Yacht Design – a joint effort resulted in a boat that will satisfy the demanding and experienced sailors.
Lifting keel with bulb max draft of 1.65 and a minimum of 0.4 meters will allow easy transport of 2.5 meters wide yacht on a car trailer.
Rudder blade is also liftable so it will possible to anchor the boat in the secluded and very shallow bays and coves.
The interior has 4 beds and it is also possible to order chemical toilet and refrigerator (both can be easily and quickly removed from the interior to reduce the weight during the regattas).
This is the ideal boat for young families, sailing clubs and true sailors.
Price has traditionally been very favorable and starts from 22900.00 Euros without charges.

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Technical data

Length hull: 7.00 m/23 ft
LOA: 7.28 m/23.88 ft
LWL: 6.37 m/20.86 ft
Beam: 2.49 m/8.20 ft
Draft: 1.60 m/5.25 ft (keel down)
Draft: 0.34 m/1.12 ft (keel up)
Mastheight: 10.82 m/ 35.5 ft (over waterline)
Displacement: 1,050 kg/2315 lbs
Ballast: 370 kg/816 lbs
Mainsail: 21 sqm
Foresail: 11 sqm
Gennaker: 46 sqm (Race-version, Cruising: ca 40 sqm)

Adriatic Boat Show in Sibenik, Croatia is moving to the new spring term from 17th to 20th of May, thus becoming the last croatian boat-show of the season, and first fair before the start of the summer tourist season.
Also, boat-show will be a premiere event held at the newly built part of megayachts D-Marin marina Sibenik.
A significant section of the fair will this year be devoted to yachts with crew and promotion of Sibenik tourist destination in order to target large yachts market with high-profile clientele who are becoming frequent visitors of the Sibenik archipelago.
At the same time, the fair will keep the current exhibition program that includes small Croatian boatbuilders, dealers and manufacturers of boats and marine equipment, engines, clothing and footwear, as well as representatives of financial and insurance institutions.

For more info please visit Adriatic boat show 2012
Adriatic boat show 2012 program:

Thursday May 17th
12:00 Opening ceremony
01-03 pm 1st day of Nautical Forum
04-05 pm Association of Croatian marinas – assembly
08 pm Live concert, free entrance

Friday May 18th
11 am – 01 pm 2nd day of Nautical Forum: Megayachts, mega danger or mega opportunities for all?
02-03 pm Association of Croatian charters – assembly
08 pm “Yacht Hop” night – themed receptions on yachts with a presentations of Croatian winemakers and restaurants, entrance with invitation only

Saturday May19th
11 am – 02 pm promotion of Croatian tourism: national parks, hotels, agencies, restaurants
02-05 pm guided tour of City of Šibenik in cooperation with Šibenik tourist board (free for all registered agents, including transfer and tourist guide)
09 pm Big live concert, entrance with show tickets (30 kn / 5 €)

Sunday May 20th
09 am – 07 pm Organized facultative cruising for agents in cooperation with NCP & Mare charter, NP Krka and sponsors*:
– Šibenik canal, fortress of saint Nicolas on sea, visit to Skradin and NP Krka (half-day cruising, 55 € per person)
– visit to inhabited islands of Šibenik archipelago: Zlarin, Prvic, Kaprije, Krapanj (half-day cruising, 55 € per person)
– visit to NP Kornati (one day cruising, 105 € per person)
– visit to islands of mid Dalmatia: Hvar, Brac, Šolta (one day cruising, 105 € per person)

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