The Croatian gulet charter industry has been on the rise for the past decade. The rapid increase in demand has brought the attention to yacht owners in Croatia that there is more need for good quality gulets to charter in the Adriatic. While there is still limited options available compared to the capital of gulets, Turkey; Croatia is gradually bringing forth more choices each season. One of the newest additions to the Croatia gulet charter marketplace is a nearly new build gulet from Turkey.
Mirya Yachting is excited to announce the deluxe gulet MASKE. This beautifully crafted vessel was originally designed for a totally luxury yachting experience for its guests while she was serving in Turkey and Greece. The 27-meter gulet Maske accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 roomy and well-designed guest cabins and designated crew quarters.
Currently (Dec. 9.2017) she is undergoing a few modifications that the owner believes will be a great asset to its existing superb, light and refreshing design, including a spacious 24 m2 flybridge fully equipped with comfortable furnishings. Built-in Fethiye in 2014, Maske will be delivered, fully refitted, to her new Croatian owners at the beginning of 2018.
Captain Marco and the owner of Maske recently visited the Marmaris office of Mirya Yachting to discuss all the many exciting services and accommodation that guests can expect during their gulet holidays in Croatia. Some of the many features of gulet Maske include a highly experienced crew of 4 headed by Captain Marco. Soon to be released, Maske gulet will boast an excellent selection of water sports toys, the crew profiles, and a special Adriatic menu designed by Chef Neven Vidović.
She has already confirmed bookings with some very good weeks still available for those particular travellers seeking an unforgettable and luxurious experience in the Adriatic.
For more details, click here to find out more on gulet Maske, and contact Mirya Yachting for availability, pricing and terms. Your early booking will offer great savings while some weeks are still vacant.