DALMATINO was launched for the 2019 charter season and has captivated her guests with her impeccable blend of modern luxury and traditional characteristics which combined, form a brilliant charter vessel in every aspect.
With her striking navy-blue hull, DALMATINO boasts large deck space and interior volume for up to 12 guests in sumptuous accommodation, configured as one master cabin, one VIP cabin, two double cabins with double beds and two double cabins with twin beds that are convertible into double beds.
The spacious aft deck has a cushioned sunpad section, and dual staircases to the swim platform for access to DALMATINO’S impressive array of watertoys. Then there’s a beautiful dining table undercover for alfresco meals and socialising.
Upstairs, set out elegantly under the impressive sails, the flybridge has sunpads, seating, a shaded section and large jacuzzi for cooling off during long, sundrenched days on your charter vacation.
The foredeck too has sunpads for enjoying the views and soaking up some Mediterranean sunshine, while the main saloon has a separate lounge and dining section, with an elegant bar, TV/AV and plenty of room to spread out and relax with massive windows for full appreciation of the fascinating coastline beyond.
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DALMATINO is available for luxury charter embarking in scenic Sibenik on July 25 coming through Split on August 1 and disembarking in Dubrovnik on August 8. You have the choice of doing both of these weeks or just one. These are two amazing, and still flexible, itineraries where you will visit many attractive islands, charming seaside villages and magnificent medieval towns, including Hvar and Korcula, and of course both Dubrovnik and Split, the two stone jewels on this beautiful coastline.
Dubrovnik is magnificent. It is is one of the most important historical and tourist centres of Croatia. This magnificent walled city is justifiably known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic", having succeeded in preserving its stunning Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains.
With the sparkling Adriatic Sea on the doorstep it is easy to understand why Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And despite being badly damaged in the 1990s by the armed conflict that caused the break-up of Yugoslavia the city has benefited from a major restoration programme co-ordinated by UNESCO and is once again one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea.
Split is the cultural and economic centre of Central Dalmatia with a warm Mediterranean temper. The city faces the seafront, the 'Riva' boulevard that comes alive every evening. You can’t help but feel the sense of family as young and old, well-dressed, stroll, interact and play together.It is a regular ‘catwalk’, where one goes to see … and be seen!
Split is steeped in history. It's fortress-like complex at its centre, Diocletian's Palace, was erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century together with the Cathedral of St. Domnius which is today the heart and soul of the city. Once home to thousands, its sprawling remains include more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards and galleries are shops, bars, cafes, cathedrals, hotels and several houses. And there is a wonderful choice of very good restaurants.
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