Seagull II is the embodiment of a “classic” gentleman’s motor yacht. Although she appears to date from the “roaring 20s” of 100 years ago, she is in fact barely 60 years old. A mere stripling, you might say.
Seagull II didn’t always appear quite so sublime. She was built in Croatia in 1952 as a coastal passenger ship, in the days when waterways between islands were the quickest mode of transport.
Incredibly, her 54m / 177ft hull was then licensed for an amazing 700 passengers. She sails a little less cramped today, you will be pleased to know.
After a complete rebuild in 2004-5, she emerged in a style more reminiscent of the 1920s, with lavish decorations redolent of the Art Nouveau era and luxury furniture and furnishings to match.
The needs of today’s discerning guests
Although she appears to be from a bygone era, scratch the surface (no, please don’t!) and you will find Seagull II’s spacious and elegant interiors accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 luxurious air conditioned cabins. In addition to the lavish VIP suite on the Main deck, staterooms include Owner's double suite, two doubles, and one twin cabin on the Lower deck.
Every stateroom boasts a private saloon and a configuration that satisfies a full range of accommodation needs: en-suite bathrooms, DVD, SAT, Plasma TV, CD, and even internal phone connections with all other areas - there’s no need to shout to your fellow guests.
Elegance inside, relaxation on deck
If every picture tells a story there’s little need to wax lyrical about Seagull II’s interior appointments. Luxurious refinement oozes from every pore.
On deck is just pure hedonism. With no less than five separate decks, finding your own little niche should prove no problem. Whether lounging in a wicker chair reading a book, basking in the sun on the teak swim platform at the water’s edge, or taking a drink at the main deck’s bar you are sure to find your own favourite spot.
Did we mention the jacuzzi? That is on the upper rearward deck; you have to climb a little.
For the energetic
There is, naturally, a wealth of water toys to keep you amused. With two tenders, a choice of water skis, a jet ski, wakeboard, canoes, and paddleboards, you will need at least a week to work your way through.
Your care and attention
Everywhere aboard Seagull II superlatives come thick and fast, for she is truly one-of-a-kind. So is her international crew of nine. From local Captain Vojo and chef Ivan from Split, with his unique take on traditional Croatian food, to engineer Melicse from the Philipines, plus three stewardesses, head waiter, First officer, and the Purser, there are almost as many crew as guests.
Rest assured, you will be supremely looked after, exactly as you would expect.
Build / Renovated
1952 / 2016
Cabins for guests
Jet ski, Water skiing, Wakeboard, Canoe
9 crew members
- 2 Double cabins (13.30 m2) with double bed. Private bathroom with shower box and home type toilet.
- Twin cabin (13.30 m2) with 2 single beds. Private bathroom with shower box and home type toilet.
- Master suite (35.80 m2) with two bedrooms with double bed. Private bathroom with shower box and home type toilet.
Prices for Seagull 2Send Inquiry
From 20 April 2024
till 30 June 2024110.000 €
From 01 July 2024
till 31 August 2024130.000 €
From 01 September 2024
till 19 October 2024110.000 €
- GOOLETS SUPPORT: complimentary assistant who will guide you through your entire yacht journey
- SHIPBOARD ACCOMMODATION: maximum number of 12 guests sleeping in 6 cabins
- FUEL FOR CRUISING: 4 hours/day
- CREW: 9 crew members
- AIR CONDITIONING: unlimited hours/day
- LINEN: bed sheets, bathroom, and beach towels
A.P.A. (Advance Provisioning Allowance)
30 % of Charter Fee to cover the following costs, but not limited to: fuel for the main engine and generators; fuel for cruising; fuel for tender and water sports equipment; food and beverages for the Charter Party; berthing dues and other harbor charges including pilots ’fees, local taxes, divers’ fees, customs formalities, charges for waste disposal, charges for water and electricity taken from shore; shipping agents’ fees where applicable; Charter Party personal laundry; Charter Party communications and internet use; hire or purchase costs of any special equipment placed on board at the Charterer’s request, shoreside transport and excursions, national park entrances and other costs for services requested by Charter Party during the charter and all other costs not specified as included.
A.P.A is paid by the Client in addition to the charter fee for all relevant costs for the vessel that are not included in the charter fee.
If A.P.A does not cover complete costs, the Client will pay exceeding the amount on board in cash.
If costs made on charter are less than the amount is given as A.P.A, the amount that was not spent will be returned to the Client at the end of the voyage.
A.P.A does not include a tip for the crew.
Port and Tourist Taxes
- From A.P.A.
- Tips are not included in the price of the charter and are a voluntary way of showing appreciation for a good service. Usually, it is 7% to 15% of the charter price, according to your satisfaction, paid to the captain at the end of the charter and distributed equally by the captain to the rest of the crew.
Additional Motorized Water Sports:
- From A.P.A.
Other Options on request:
- Land transfers, fishing licenses, guided tours, excursions, restaurants, bike rentals, car rentals.
Once your chosen yacht has been confirmed, we will send you a standard MYBA or Goolets charter agreement that needs to be signed. If your chosen cruise route requires a different embarking or disembarking place other than the yacht's central harbor, delivery/redelivery fees may apply.
After signing the MYBA or Goolets charter agreement, a deposit of 50% of the total charter cost is required. You can pay the fee via bank transfer or credit card (only Visa or MasterCard). The other 50%, an Advance Provisioning Allowance (if applicable), taxes, positioning fees, and any previously agreed charges are payable via bank transfer eight weeks before departure.
and any previously agreed charges needs to be settled via bank transfer six weeks before departure.
Once you made the final payment of the charter, you pay the Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA). Under MYBA terms, this fee is usually between 30% - 40% of the total charter cost.
This covers the operating expenses of a charter (explained under Charter Terms), such as fuel, food, drinks, port fees, and ad hoc incidentals. The APA is given to the captain before the start of your charter. Some yachts and gulets also offer food/drinks packages which are normally paid in cash during embarkation, while the port taxes are paid during embarkation according to the costs presented by the captain. The Captain ensures that the yacht is fully fuelled and stocked when you step on board.
While an up-to-date summary of accounts can be requested at any time during your charter, a full set of accounts will normally be submitted by your captain at the end of the cruise.
In case of surpassing the amount of money already paid during your yacht charter (with the APA), additional funds (in cash) will be required at once. If there is an outstanding balance from the yacht charter, it should be settled in cash or by bank transfer before you disembark. In case of a remaining credit at the end of your charter, you will be fully reimbursed.
If a transfer by car to and from the yacht is required, it can be arranged either by the charter company or by the yacht’s captain, payment for which will be deducted from your APA.
To ensure a unique and tailor-made charter experience, we will send you a detailed questionnaire a eight weeks before you embark on your yacht. You can tell us your group's preferences and special requirements, such as dietary or medical needs, any particular wishes regarding exercise, entertainment, or if you are celebrating a special occasion.
In case you really need to get some work done during your vacation, no worries. On most yachts, there is mobile broadband internet and satellite TV, so you will stay connected to the rest of the world. Just keep in mind that the service can be limited in some areas (you are in the middle of the sea after all). If you anticipate regular usage of the internet, let us know prior to embarking, as upgrades might be subject to availability and additional fees may apply.
Smoking is permitted only on the outside decks, and on some yachts, only in dedicated outdoor areas. Please consult our charter brokers for more information. For safety reasons, smoking indoors is strictly prohibited on all yachts.
Even though tips are not mandatory, the guests normally extend a gratuity to the devoted crew. The amount depends on the guest's satisfaction, but it is approximately 10% of the charter fee. The tips are equally distributed among all crew members by the captain.
In case of unforeseen circumstances that might prevent the charter, we highly recommend taking out the Cancellation and Curtailment Insurance to protect the investment. Besides that, the guests should be covered by Personal Accident and Medical Insurance, and their belongings are insured against theft, loss, or damage. Charterers’ Liability insurance is also highly recommended. Contact your broker for further assistance and additional advice regarding the insurance.
Charter rates are estimated weekly. If a charter exceeds seven days, they are calculated pro-rata against the weekly rate divided by seven and multiplied by the number of charter days. Have in mind that some yachts are only chartered on a weekly (Saturday-Saturday or Sunday-Sunday) basis, especially during the high season.
High and low season rates vary depending on charter locations and types of yachts. The high rates apply to the most popular charter periods (July/August and Christmas/New Year), and to all major events. Low season rates apply to all other periods.
The charter rates on our website are up to date but may be subject to change.
Most charter rates are based on MYBA Terms, which entail that the yacht is in full commission, with all necessary equipment, properly insured for marine risks, and managed by a crew, whose wages, food, and clothing are the owner’s expense.
All other operating expenses are charged to the charterer and include (but are not limited to): fuel and lubricating oils for the yacht and her tenders; local taxes; pilotage; port, harbor, and marina dues; customs clearance; water and power; personal laundry; all provisions, wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks and consumables for the charterer’s group; shoreside excursions, telecommunication, and internet costs.
Please note that, occasionally, a yacht may offer an alteration on the terms described above. For further information about specific yachts, consult your broker.
For charters in European waters, Value Added Tax and delivery costs may be charged on the gross Charter Fee, due to the European Union tax legislation. In other countries, local taxes may also apply. Depending on your chosen charter destination, our brokers will provide any prevalent rates.
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