Highfield Inflatables Patrol 660

Croatia , Mediterranean
# 4284
from $300,00 / 8 Hour

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Ideal solution for day trips around Kornati islands, exploring Zadar archipelago or just having fun on the sea with water skiis. 


- Transit log (permit, final cleaning, gas): 120 EUR

- outboard engine : 80 EUR/week 2,2 HP or 120 EUR/week 5 HP or more 

- skipper 150 EUR/day + food

- Wi-Fi SPOT on board on request

- towels 6 EUR/person

- pets on request

- tourist tax: obligatory

- 1 EUR per person per day

- Parking – all the marinas charge for parking. Prices in "Marina Dalmacija" are approximately 40€ per one week.

- Fuel – vessels are handed over with the full tank, so they shall be returned accordingly. Most marinas involve a petrol station, so the tank can be refilled immediately before the takeover.

Included in Price: VAT, GPS

Información del bote

Capacidad de pasajeros
Capacidad de la tripulación
Not included.
Año de construcción


Snorkeling Gear
Not included.
Inflatable Extras
Boat type
Fishing Gear
Local Cruising Fuel
Not included.
Languages Spoken
English, Croatian
Not included.
Alcoholic Beverages
Not included.
Not included
Patrol 660
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