Bali 4.2 | Clair de Lune
8 + 1 + 1
4 + 1
4 + 1
Engine x 2
Catamaran Bali 4.2 "Clair de Lune" is located in Marina Kastela, Croatia. Built in year 2021, it provides accommodation for 8 + 1 + 1 people in 4 + 1 cabins, with 4 + 1 toilets and shower(s).
Bali 4.2 "Clair de Lune" is equipped with full batten mainsail, self tacking jib genoa type and GPS chart plotter, Bimini top, Autopilot. What makes this yacht special is Bathing platform, Inverter, LCD TV, Electric toilet, Solar panels.Download Yacht Brochure
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|Location||Marina Kastela, CroatiaGo to Marina Kastela|
Check-in: subota from 17:00h |Check-out: subota until 09:00h
It is possible to request alternative check-in and check-out times.
Sailing and VHF radio license are required for sailing the boats in Croatia. Besides Croatian licenses the majority of international sailing certificates are accepted as well. If you or your crew members do not have the required certificates we can easily provide a skipper for you - you just need to add it as an optional extra to your booking. For more information about sailing certificates valid for bareboat charter in Croatia click Here.
€ 2.500 - refundable amount that is to be paid at the base in cash or credit card before the embarkation. It will be reimbursed to you at the disembarkation after the boat has been inspected and confirmed as undamaged.
Croatia Yachting offers a full refund for cancellations done within 48hr from the booking confirmation as long as confirmations are done up to 15 days prior to embarkation. Cancellation policy depends on the charter operator and will be presented to you in General T&C for your particular booking.
Split region, Kaštela
The marina is open year round. Marina Kaštela is one of the newest Croatian marinas, situated on South-East shore of Kaštela bay shielded by the Kozjak Mountain from the North while Marjan and Ciovo peninsula guard its southern sea approach.