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Atalanta crew

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Atalanta specifications

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Routes

Atalanta routes

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Pricing

Atalanta prices

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Atalanta 
sailing yacht

Why not spend unforgettable summer cruise on one of the Croatia's most attractive gulets?
Denebola offers luxury motor sailing yacht Atalanta for charter cruises on the Adriatic sea.
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Discovering Croatia With Gulet

As a specialized Croatian company for gulets, we operate in a charter business more than 15 years.
Maritime educated, after many years of work on passenger ships and gaining experience, we started a family owned business. It was the logical step, due to our origin from the island of Brač and three generations in a family with sailing experience.
Extensive experience we have also gained as “Atalanta” gulet owners.
Customer care on our ship is what we consider the most important!
For our guests, we provide superior personalized service, arrange transportation, offer sports and entertainment content to the client’s requirements, gastronomic offer with variety of flavors and aromas of Mediterranean cuisine.
We enable our guests to meet with the best of Dalmatian way of life!
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Testimonials

On service quality and satisfaction, we leave our guests to say more about it. Check some testimonials.

Atalanta specifications

15 beds

Nice cabins, air conditioned, double beds, with plenty of headroom

7 cabins

1 master suite cabin 6 guest cabins with wc and hot water shower

Equipment

A/C, Wi-Fi internet, dinghy with 40HP Yamaha, snorkelling equipment, kayak

Sun decks

Spacious uncluttered sun decks with sun mattresses

Saloon, bar, restaurant

Large saloon with bar and dining facilities and fully-equipped professional galley

Crew

A/C, Wi-Fi internet, dinghy with 40HP Yamaha, snorkelling equipment, kayak
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Atalanta routes & destinations

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Sences of middle Dalmatia

Route 1
Family cruising, exploring islands, spending nights in famous tourist and historic destinations, daytime in quiet, beautiful bays of middle adriatic. Timetable can be changed according to guest’s wishes.

Day1: Split - Trogir
Day2: Milna (Brac)
Day3: Vis
Day4: Hvar
Day5: Scedro - Korcula
Day6: Polace (Mljet) - Korcula
Day7: Pucisca (Brac)
Day8: Split

Adriatic pearls of
nature

Route 2
Family cruising, exploring islands, spending nights in famous tourist and historic destinations, daytime in quiet, beautiful bays of middle adriatic. Timetable can be changed according to guest’s wishes.
Day1: Split - Milna (Brac)
Day2: Bol (Brac) - Stari Grad (Hvar)
Day3: Hvar
Day4: Scedro - Vela Luka (Korčula)
Day5: Viski skoji (Vis) - Komiza (Vis)
Day7: Bisevo - Vis
Day8: Split

Adriatic parks of
nature

Route 3
Family cruising, exploring islands, spending nights in famous tourist and historic destinations, daytime in quiet, beautiful bays of middle adriatic. Timetable can be changed according to guest’s wishes.
Day1: Split - Maslinica (Solta)
Day2: Zirje
Day3: Opat (Kornati) - Telascica (Kornati)
Day4: Vodice
Day5: Skradin (NP Krka)
Day6: Primosten
Day7: Trogir
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Dubrovnik

Jutting out on a peninsular chunk of the Dalmatian coastline, the former Republic of Ragusa is a Venetian Gothic marvel. Columned porticoes and loggias rim marble-paved Renaissance squares buffed to a sheen by centuries of foot traffic.
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— NYtimes.com

Vis

Of all the Croatian islands, Vis is the most mysterious – even to locals. The furthest of the main central Dalmatian islands from the coast Vis was cut off from foreign visitors from the 1950s right up until 1989. The isolation preserved the island and now international and local travellers alike flock to Vis, seeking authenticity, nature, gourmet delights and peace.
— LonelyPlanet.com

Hvar

Blessed with a picturesque natural harbour, elegant 17th-century piazza and a striking Renaissance cathedral and arsenal where ships once docked for repairs (now a modern art gallery), the island of Hvar has always been one of Croatia’s biggest draws.
— theGuardian.com

Brač

Zlatni Rat, on Brac’s south coast, is Croatia’s most photographed beach, and its top windsurfing spot. The nearby fishing village of Bol may have succumbed to multi-lingual menus and a miniature-train, but it remains a haven for water sports enthusiasts. Besides windsurfing, Zlatni Rat offers scuba diving, sea kayaking, parasailing, water skiing, jet skiing and wakeboarding. For the uninitiated, pedal boats provide a taster.
— theGuardian.com

Atalanta crew

About the crew from our guests
Mateo
Capain
Mateo is a great captain who knows his boat and local conditions very well and made us feel secure. Wicked sence of humor too!
Andrija
Cook
Andrija is superb cook who creates delicous dishes all the way trough. There was not one meal we did not like!
Josip
Sailor
Josip is wonderful young man with big dreams, witch he is very likely to make it into reality. Our children realy enyoyed his company.

Atalanta photogallery

Yacht exterior, yacht interior, yacht gastronomy and destinations
Photogallery
© SY ATALANTA DENEBOLA d.o.o. 2022 - by Ivanko Perišić and studioP
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