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Technical specifications - Saba 50

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  • Length HT : 49ft (14.98m)
  • Max. width : 26ft (7.99m)
  • Weight : 17 tons
  • Draft : 4ft (1.25m)
  • Max. sleeping capacity : 12
  • Number of cabins : 4 to 6
  • Bathrooms : 4 to 6
  • Water capacity : 940L

Standard motorisation

  • Engine Power : 110hp
  • Fuel capacity : 700L

Standard canopy

  • Total sail area : 479sqft (146m2)
  • Mainsail area : 259sqft (79m2)
  • Genoa/jib area : 220sqft (67m2)

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Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 Review – The Elegant Cruising Palace

saba 50 catamaran layout

With the launch of the new Saba 50, it was immediately obvious that Fountaine Pajot was trying to meet a number of competing design goals.

In terms of accommodation and layout, there are different expectations from private owners and charter companies, while the trade-off between sailing performance and onboard luxuries has always been a difficult one for boat designers. Impressively, with their renowned ship designing pedigree, Fountaine Pajot has ticked all the boxes with the latest Saba 50.

While I did not sail the Saba 50, my friends chartered one with a crew (also available for charter without a crew) in Croatia.

This Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 review will take you through the major design innovations of this boat while also taking a detailed look at its performance characteristics.

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As mentioned above, the Saba 50 has tried to oblige the differing demands from both private owners and charter companies by offering this boat in two flavors, the Maestro and the Quintet.

The Maestro, designed for private owners, comes with 4 cabins, while the Quintet has 5 cabins, not including the one reserved for the skipper and the crew.

The social area on the main deck is even more generous in terms of space, easily capable of accommodating as many as 3 dozen people on a day sail.

Two spacious sun pads on the bow, the full-width cockpit settee, a generous transom seat aft, and the flybridge come together seamlessly to create a sense of space that would make a medium-sized apartment dweller in London envious.

Especially on a chartered sail, the generous space, along with its intelligent design, would allow the sailing parties a sense of privacy.

One of the defining features of the Saba 50 is how it has optimized the exterior social spaces without any trade-off with its profile and performance.

The cockpit has a seating layout for eight to ten people, while up top, there’s an understated sun lounge.

Another sun lounge awaits you behind the bow just ahead of the cabin. Once again, at the helm station, the crew can have a conversation with the guests without being intrusive.

For handling and stowing line tails, there’s enough space in front of the wheel, and the active crew enjoys an unobstructed view of the sails.

Under the Sail

In terms of sailing performance, the catamarans are not known for their pointing ability.

However, the Saba 50 surprises with its cruising speed, clocked at almost 7-9 knots with the wind ahead of the beam.

Once the mainsail is raised substantially with the help of the electric winch, the catamaran achieves enough steerage to completely turn the engine off.

For those inclined towards numbers, the maximum speed can reach around 15 knots.

Why Sail the Saba 50

*Thoughtfully designed interiors that offer more cabin and social spaces than other catamarans of similar size

*Caters to demands from both private owners and charter companies through its two distinct cabin layout

*Can accommodate a large group of sailing parties without giving the feel of being crowded

*Excellent sailing and handling characteristics for a catamaran of its size

In Conclusion

As mentioned previously, the genius of the Saba 50 lies in accomplishing multiple design goals set forth by different sets of customers without any discernible prejudicial effect on its sailing and handling characteristics.

This is a boat that has been very well designed, and the experience and nous of its designers speak for themselves.

Apart from the obvious luxury, here is a catamaran that can actually sail to the weather.


  • Manufacturer: Fountain Pajot
  • Length: 14.98m
  • Beam: 7.98m
  • Draft: 1.15m
  • Light displacement: 15.7t
  • Mainsail area: 74.05m²
  • Genoa area: 52.60m2
  • Engines: 2x50HP or 2x75HP
  • Fuel tank: 940 liters
  • Water tank: 700 liters / 185 US gallons
  • Cabins: 4 to 6
  • Berths: 8 to 13

Have you sailed the Saba 50? If so, feel free to share your experience in the comment below.

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Daniella has been passionate about travel, the sea, and nature for many years. As a child, she frequently traveled throughout the Mediterranean and continued with her journeys throughout her adult life.

Her experiences have created the desire within her to share her love for traveling with other passionate and adventurers who want to discover beautiful horizons and new cultures.

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Hope all is well

Wow ..what a nice post ..i just love the Yacht. its one of my dreams to own a yacht..and i will soon. This post has some really nice information in and it sparked the flame in me again to get my business in gear. Saba 50 you say…it looks very good..i would love to test sail one of them. is there an option to do that ?

Thanks Have a nice day from Jaco

Thanks for passing by and for the comment:)

The Saba 50 is not as small as it looks on the pictures, 50ft is not that small:)

The only option to test the sail is to rent it:) So don’t waste any time and go for a ride, it’s a wonderful boat!

I wish you a wonderful day!

This was a really cool article! I didn’t know you could fit so much into such a small space, or maybe it just looks small from the photos.

Would love to see your own homemade videos aboard yachts!

There a just a couple issues with spacing and the white spaces but other than that this is a really well put together site! Nice work

Thank you for the suggestion and for the comment, I really appreciate.

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  • Saba 50: Yacht in Review
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Many people ask us, “ Is the Saba 50 a good luxury catamaran? ”

When it comes to assessing this Fountaine Pajot-built yacht , we can’t say enough good things. 

From specs to layout to extra features, the Saba 50 is a top-tier , large, luxury catamaran that delivers on comfort and performance for both long-haul and short-term sailing holidays. 

With excellent space optimization, the Saba 50 is spacious but not too large, which makes it easily manoeuvrable and a true pleasure to sail—what we like to call a true performance cruising catamaran. 

Whether you’re looking for a yacht to take you on an island-hopping holiday or a vessel that’s suitable for longer, mile-building trips, the Saba 50 is your best bet . 

We share more details on why in our Saba 50 review.

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Saba 50 , helm station.

At 49 feet in length, the Saba 50 is a large catamaran that doesn’t skimp on providing space for guests to both socialize comfortably or lounge for some R&R on their own. 

On deck, the Saba 50 layout features three distinct and separate lounging areas. Let’s take a look.

First, at the bow, you’ll find a conversation nook with two lounges—adequate space to host up to eight guests comfortably. Under the shade of the cabin house, this cosy nook is a cooler place to chill than the cockpit but still delivers on that awesome superyacht feel. 

Next guests can also head to the aft cockpit. Two steps up from a swim platform on either side, this lounging area has a transom seat that can host six to eight guests; with a roof extending over the seat, you can spend the afternoon lounging in comfort without worrying about sweltering in the sun’s direct rays. The cockpit also features a dining table for outdoor meals. When folded, this table can fit six people, but it can also be expanded to seat a total of 10 guests for a truly elaborate meal. 

Finally, on the flybridge, you’ll find a settee with seating for six people—and no matter where you’re seating, you’ll have a front-row seat to awe-inspiring views from your perch on the Saba 50. Bonus: This lounge area leaves enough room for guests to easily converse with the captain while sailing if desired. 

As you head inside, the Saba 50 layout continues to dazzle. The catamaran’s four or five-cabin configuration—complete with four bathrooms—promises a 5-star, luxury experience for every guest on board with enough storage space to accommodate any wares you want to take along with you. 

In the kitchen, a large island means multiple people can take part in meal preparation if they’d like or simply gather to socialize over their drink of choice. Meanwhile, a double-drawer fridge, a four-burner stove, a freezer, and an oven set the scene for cooking enthusiasts to prepare their favourite meals aboard the Saba 50. 

Guests can also lounge indoors in the saloon, where a low settee and accompanying coffee table alongside built-in wine storage make for a cosy, indoor hideaway.

The outside and the inside of the Saba 50 are separated by a wide glass door, which makes it easy for guests to pass in and out. (This is particularly helpful in the kitchen, as meals can easily be passed outside via the sliding window by the sink to set up al fresco dining for every meal.) 

Plus, overhead hatches and large windows mean the Saba 50 interior is always sunny and views of the crystal-clear water are never far away. 

saba 50 catamaran layout

The Saba 50 specs prove this catamaran is a top choice for its space optimization, easy manoeuvrability, and comfort, but there are a host of extra features that also make this yacht a fan favourite among sailors. 

For example, a teak cockpit and cockpit cushions add a touch of elegance. A dingy and stand up paddle bring fun extras to your on-board essentials. Skylight windows and a panoramic window promise natural beauty from every angle. And integrated solar panels deliver a powerful punch that you won’t find aboard most yachts. 

To bring your Saba 50 sailing experience to the next level, you can also consider sailing with a full crew (a captain, chef, and hostess), so you can enjoy first-class luxury every moment of your trip.

saba 50 catamaran layout

Has the Saba 50 caught your eye for an upcoming sailing holiday? 

This luxury catamaran is available in many of our worldwide destinations.

Find out more about availability and pricing.

Like any sailing holiday, you’ll find different prices at different times of the year. 

To sail the Saba 50 luxury catamaran in the Mediterranean, we recommend booking between May and August, as these are the best months for soaking up the warm weather and sunshine the island has to offer. Prices during this time can range between around £6,000 and £15,000 per week .

You can also charter the Saba 50 in late September or October when the weather is still pleasant. Prices during this time are around £5,000 per week.

From island-hopping to longer, mile-building trips, the Saba 50 was designed to be ergonomic, comfortable, and easily manoeuvrable, spelling a great luxury sailing holiday for everyone.

To get more information about booking your upcoming trip, contact the Yacht4less team .

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Saba 50 is a 49 ′ 1 ″ / 15 m catamaran sailboat designed by Berret-Racoupeau and built by Fountaine Pajot starting in 2015.

Drawing of Saba 50

Rig and Sails

Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

Sail Area: Main – 899 ft2 / 83.5 m2 Genoa – 619 ft2 / 57.5 m2 Asymmetric spinnaker (optional) – 1453 ft2 / 135 m2 Gennaker (optional ) – 1238 ft2 / 115 m2

Hot Water – 16 gal / 60 L Holding Tanks – 4 x 12 gal / 45 L (1 per head)

Maestro arrangement 1 owner’s suite + 1 bathroom / 3 doubles cabins + 1 or 3 bathrooms

6 cabins arrangement 5 double cabins + 1 skipper cabin + 6 bathrooms

Maestro crew arrangement 1 owner’s suite + 1 bathroom / 4 doubles cabins + 4 bathrooms

Quintet VIP arrangement 5 double cabins + 5 bathrooms

CE Certification: A - 14 persons, 11442 lb / 5190 kg maximum load. B – 14, C – 24, D – 30

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The Saba 50 is a performance catamaran with a reputation for comfort and effortless sailing even in light wind conditions.  Even on a full boat,  the large seating area and table for 12  in the cockpit, 130 square feet of comfort on the lounge deck,  and sizable forward salon afford plenty of space for all on-board.   The Saba 50 is available in a 4 cabin owners layout, or a 6 cabin charter.

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Fountaine Pajot SABA 50 boat review by SAIL magazine

With the new Saba 50, Fountaine Pajot has optimized livability and comfort both inside and out. Multiple groups of people can socialize in segregated outdoor spaces, while the interior accommodations would put some hotels to shame.

SABA 50 Design & Construction

Despite the boat’s size, designers Berret Racoupeau have worked hard to make it not only sail well, but remain easy to handle. The hulls, for example, have been given a fine entry for better performance, and a pair of fixed keels help the boat sail to weather. The focus in construction methods is on making the boat strong but light, with a vacuum-bagged PVC-foam-core laminate. Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) produces the whole deck and cabin as one piece with both sides sprayed with gelcoat for a finished look. The chainplates are integrated into the hull structure and are strong enough that the whole weight of the boat can be lifted on them.

SABA 50 On Deck

With so much deck space on the Saba 50, Fountaine Pajot was able to create three distinct and relatively separate social areas. The first is at the bow, where a conversation nook includes two lounges with accompanying settees and a cocktail table. Eight people can easily gather here for sundowners and enjoy the shade of the cabinhouse instead of baking in the aft cockpit. It’s a very civilized space that still leaves room for lounging in the trampoline but adds a superyacht feel.

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Technical information

Length 14.98 m / 49.1 ft
Draft 1.25 m / 4.1 ft
Light displacement 15.700 kg / 34.6 lbs
Build 2017 / 2018 / 2019
Beam 7.99 m / 26.2 ft
Engine 2×75 HP
Fuel capacity 800.00 l / 211 US gal
Water capacity 1000.00 l / 211 US gal

Fountaine Pajot Saba 50

Design & Comfort: The Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 is renowned for its perfect balance of performance and luxury. The design emphasizes space and comfort, featuring expansive living areas both indoors and outdoors. The yacht’s interior is elegantly appointed, with ample natural light and a layout that maximizes both space and privacy. The cockpit and deck areas offer ample lounging and dining spaces, ideal for enjoying the Croatian seascape.

Performance & Handling: On the water, the Saba 50 is impressive, providing a smooth and stable sailing experience. It is well-suited to handle the diverse conditions of the Adriatic Sea, thanks to its balanced hull design and responsive handling. This catamaran strikes an excellent balance between sailing performance and on-board comfort, making it a joy to sail.

Amenities & Features: The Saba 50 is equipped with modern amenities that cater to comfort and convenience. The cabins are spacious and well-designed for a restful night’s sleep. The saloon and galley areas are perfect for entertaining, and the yacht is fitted with state-of-the-art navigation technology and safety features.

Suitability for Croatian Waters: The Saba 50’s versatility makes it an excellent choice for navigating Croatia’s beautiful coastline and islands. Whether exploring secluded bays or docking in lively ports, this catamaran offers a comfortable and luxurious base for both adventure and relaxation.

Overall Experience: Chartering the Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 in Croatia offers a blend of adventure, luxury, and relaxation. It’s an ideal choice for families or groups seeking a stylish, spacious, and comfortable sailing experience, providing an excellent way to explore the stunning Croatian coast and islands.

Anchor container: El.anchor winch, Bower anchor, Stern anchor rope, Chain

Engine room: Battery charger, Engine battery, Service battery

Kitchen and cabins: Oven, Sink, El. refrigerator, Sheets, Dishes, Blankets, Hot water, Pillows & covers, Towels, Gas stove

Moorings: deck & locker: Ropes, Second anchor, Long 50 m, Short 10 m, Medium 30 m

On-Deck: Fenders, Radar reflector, Windex, Gangway, Full batten main sail, Cockpit table,Bilge pump / manual, Outboard engine, Compass, Speedometer + echo sounder, Bimini true, Steering wheel, Wind direction indicator, Deck Shower true, Autopilot, Dinghy

Saloon: Nav-set Fire extinguisher, Boat documents, Pocket lamp VHF radio, Fog horn, Barometer /thermometer, Instruction books, Socket 12 V, GPS chart-plotter, Binoculars, Life belts, Buoy light, Socket 220 V, Hand reflector 12 V, Nautical guides, First aid kit, Navigation charters 1+2, Signal rockets, Extension cord

Stern locker: Dinghy pump, Shore connection 220V, Bilge pump lever, Bucket with rope, Oars, Motor oil , Brush and sponge, Fuel funnel, Gas bottles, Water-hose, Boat Hook, Fuel canister

Toilet: Shower, Shower drain pump, Brushes, Toilet pumps, Hot water

Tools & spare parts: Impeller for cold water pump, sea water pump belt, fuses etc, Insulating tape, spare batteries, Chair for mast, Tool box, Dinghy repair kit, Winch handle

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Comfort: Wifi – WLAN Flybridge Inverter DVD Player Bimini Sprayhood Lazy-Jack Cockpit Speakers Dinghy

Navigation: Autopilot Colour Chart Plotter Air condition Generator


Croatia VAT of 13% is included in the prices. Bed linen and pillows, Standard yacht equipment, Dinghy


Fuel, Water, End cleaning, Provisions, Skipper, Hostess, cook

High season is considered to be July and August Low season is considered to be period from October to April

Charter Terms

Price per week – High season Price per week – Low season VAT
€ 18.000 € 9.000 Included

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Licence and skipper for renting a catamaran.

A licence is required to sail a catamaran in Croatia, you check the list on our page “Acceptable licences in Croatia” . However, if you and your crew do not have a boat licence you can easily add a skipper or any other crew member.

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Security Deposit for renting catamaran in Croatia

Similarly to renting a car, chartering a boat requires a security deposit when renting a catamaran in Croatia. The deposit, fully refundable after check-out, covers you and your fellow passengers against accidental damage and ensures that contractual obligations are met. The security deposit varies in value depending on the model and brand of the boat. It will be returned to you after the boat has been inspected and is deemed undamaged.

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Insurance of a catamaran and payment insurance

We have partnered with WIENER INSURANCE GROUP to additionally insured all your payments send to us with Wire transfer and also credit card payments are fully insured when renting a catamaran in Croatia. By Croatia law, all catamarans and passangers are fully insured for the time of the charter.

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Cancellation policy for chartering a catamaran in Croatia

Europe Yachts Charter Group offers a full refund for cancellations made within 24 hours of booking for a catamaran charter in Croatia. For cancellations made up to 7 days after the booking date, a 12% handling fee is retained. For bookings cancelled up to 30 days before the check-in date, a 50% refund of the total amount is applied. Cancellations made within less than 30 days of the check-in date are not eligible for refund. Please be aware that the conditions of our charter partners’ own policies apply. If you have further questions regarding our cancellation policy, please contact our customer support team.

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What happens when I request an offer for renting a catamaran?

Once we receive your request for renting a catamaran in Croatia, one of our booking managers will confirm the availability of the boat, as well as check for alternative ones and send it all by email. To ensure your experience is the best it can be, we may contact you to discuss your request in detail. Let us do the research for you – free of charge.

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When can I get in touch with the skipper when renting a catamaran in Croatia?

You can get in touch with the skipper as soon as you’ve completed your booking of a catamaran in Croatia. Our skippers are highly qualified and knowledgeable about their locality. They all speak English. The skipper is to be payed in the marina at the check in (for crewed charter, the crew is already included in the price)

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What is a Transit Log?

A Transit Log is a variable payment when renting a catamaran in Croatia, which can include the following: bed linen, cleaning, on-board Internet connection, tourist tax and base marina fees. The details of the Transit Log differ depending on the boat, location and charter partner. Once you choose your boat, our team will be able to outline the specifics of the Transit Log associated with your booking.

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Are there any other costs I should be aware of when renting a catamaran in Croatia?

There are marina fees and fuel costs which vary depending on the type, duration and location of your catamaran sailing holiday in Croatia. Marina fees need to be paid at each marina you choose to dock overnight – the amount varies but you may be able to find this information in advance by contacting the marinas directly. Fuel costs depend on whether you’re you like to sail or go with the motor.

Here is the example of all obligatory and optional costs for one of the catamarans .

CATAMARAN: 3,735.00 € Standard charter pack: 170.00 € (OBLIGATORY) Tourist tax: 1.30 € per person per day (OBLIGATORY) Skipper: 1,050.00 € (OPTIONAL) Hostess: 910.00 € (OPTIONAL)

And here are some estimates expenses:

Fuel est.: 250 – 350 € Mooring fees est.: 200 – 400 € Presuming that most of the nights will be on the anchor or mooring buoy. Some people will go entire week with only 150 € spent on mooring fees. It also depends on the weather. It is safer to be in marina if there is a storm. Food: 450 €+ (provisions for boat + skipper) Please note that this does not include dinners in restaurants. Meals in restaurants are 15 € for pizza and soft drinks, while full meals are 25-35 € per person.

VAT is included in all the prices.

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How fast is a lagoon 630 motor yacht?

The Lagoon 630 motor yacht has a top speed of approximately 15-20 knots (17-23 MPH, depending on its configuration and engine options. With its impressive speed and performance capabilities, the Lagoon 630 motor yacht offers a thrilling and comfortable way to explore the open waters.

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Can one person sail a 60 foot catamaran?

It is strongly advisable to have at least a small crew when operating a 60-foot catamaran to ensure safe navigation and to share the workload. Even experienced sailors often opt for a team to manage such vessels effectively and enjoy a more relaxed and secure sailing experience.

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+385 21 55 33 01 +385 91 3000 009 +385 98 360 398

USA: +1 646 661 2851 United Kingdom: +44 203 318 2329

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HEAD OFFICE Cusmanich LTD Vrboran 37 21000 Split, Croatia FLEET OFFICE Grabova 21b 21000 Split, Croatia

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about Catamaran Charter Croatia

We are professional charter company specialized in renting catamarans. Our story began in 2004, to address the need for specialized catamaran charter company in Croatia .

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