Pricing Overview – San Limi

Spring rate
€35.000 / Week
April - May
plus VAT (13%)
+ APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)
Shoulder season
€39.000 / Week
June
plus VAT (13%)
+ APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)
High season
€45.000 / Week
July - August
plus VAT (13%)
+ APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)
Shoulder season
€39.000 / Week
September
plus VAT (13%)
+ APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)
Autumn rate
€35.000 / Week
October
plus VAT (13%)
+ APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)

APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance)

is an estimate (30% of the charter rate) paid with the balance for covering running costs during the charter (food, drinks, fuel, mooring fees, and anything else that guests might need while on charter). Final accounts will be produced by the Captain at the end of the charter and any unused funds will be refunded in full to the Charterer directly. If the funds are not sufficient, the Captain will advise the Charterer accordingly and bills will be settled upon disembarkation.

 

Crew Gratuity

Although discretionary, a crew gratuity of 10% of the charter fee is customary.

 

MYBA terms will apply.

Payment conditions: 50% within 7 days after the booking has been confirmed and MYBA charter contract signed, remaining 50% + APA at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.

 

Embarcation / Disembarcation times

Embarcation time: From 16.00 hrs
Disembarcation time: At approximately 10.00 hrs

BASE: Split ACI Marina

Embarkation / Disembarkation in other ports is possible on request. Relocation fee might apply (for example, one-way fee Split – Dubrovnik is EUR 2,000 unless return leg is booked).

 

Wave Runners / Jetskis

To operate a WaveRunner in Croatia one needs to have a boat driving permit with him/her when on the WaveRunner. It is forbidden to allow a person to drive a WaveRunner if one does not have a licence with him/her. If the person does not have a license, it is possible to obtain one while in Croatia. Contact us for more details on Croatian licence for WaveRunner. (However, we recommend getting the licence in your country as that will always be more practical).