Catamaran training in Punat on the island of Krk

Catamaran training in Punat on the island of Krk

Training is envisaged for the sailors who wish to learn how to sail a catamaran. The training will include the following:

  • Catamaran sailing basics
  • Catamaran maneuvering in close quarters – docking, undocking
  • Catamaran side docking and undocking

Training will take place from 30 March to 31 March 2019 (embarkation on Friday, 29 March 2019 in the afternoon).

Envisaged catamaran model for training: Lagoon 380 )2007

katamaran training Lagoon 380 punat

katamaran training Lagoon 380 punat

Type: Catamaran
Year: 2007
Country: CROATIA
Base: Krk/Punat
Length: 11,55 m Berths: 10 8+2 Cabins: 4 WC / Shower: 2

Equipment:
Electrical: Shore Power Connection
Main Reefing System: Full batten Main Sail, Genoa Furling
Other equipment: Bilgepump handle, Binocular, Boat hook, Bucket, Cockpit shower, Cockpit table, Emergency tiller, Fender (6), Flashlight, Fog horn, Gas bottle (2), Hand compass, Harbour directory, Hose, Life jacket, List of lights, Mast stool, Mooringsline (5), Oil for engine, Radio telephone, Rodkick, Round fender, Sea charts, Signal rockets, Speedometer, Spray hood, Stern anchor, Tool box, Triangle,circle, WI FI, Webasto, Winch handle (2), Wind Speed Indicator/Network Wind, Yacht documents
Instruments: Depth Gauge, GPS Chartplotter
Safety Equipment: First aid kit, Lifebuoy
Equipment: Autopilot, Coffee maker, Dingy (tender), Electric winch, Holding tank, Radio CD/Mp3, Wi-Fi Free (1GB/week)
On-Deck: Bimini, Electric Windlass

Instructor Marko Srdoč

– owner of the sailing center in Punat – https://nas.com.hr/hr-HR/ , one of the best instructors in the Adriatic, an experienced catamaran skipper…J

Total costs: 170 € per person

This price is for the whole group of up to eight persons.

All prices are in euros.The transit log and final cleaning will in most cases be paid directly at the charter base upon arrival. In addition, there is a mandatory tourist tax (in Croatia e.g. one euro per person per day).
The security deposit can in theory be made in various ways – cash, credit card, traveller checque or bank transfer, but the charter agency usually offers only the options of depositing either cash or a credit card blank.  Some charter agencies will not take American Express cards. 
For most boats an optional security deposit insurance is available at an additional charge.  In this case, there is no need for a security deposit. 
Upon confirmation of the booking, a 50 percent deposit is required, the ramaining amount to be paid four weeks prior to the first day of charter. 

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