Dufour 460 Grand Large - Rubato Description

Sailing yacht Dufour 460 Grand Large - Rubato was built in 2020. She's docked in Marina Frapa Rogoznica, Croatia.

From there, National Park Kornati, Dugi Otok island, and coastal towns of Šibenik and Zadar are a short northbound sail. And if you turn south, you're half a day's sailing from Split, and a bit more from Hvar, Brač, and even Vis island.

Rubato accommodates up to 10 guests in 4 cabins. It has 4 toilet.
Pillows, blankets, and towels are included in the price.

This Sailing yacht is fitted with a classic mainsail and a furling genoa.

While sailing on Rubato, you can count on safe and easy navigation thanks to autopilot, bow thruster and plotter. Additional convenience and safety equipment includes bimini and sprayhood.

Extra entertainment equipment, such as radio, inside speakers, audio system, barbecue grill in cockpit and speakers in cockpit is also available onboard.

The fully-equipped galley includes cooker, sink and kitchen utensils.

For your maximum comfort, Sailing yacht Rubato is equipped with heating and generator.

This Sailing yacht is operated by the charter company Ban Tours.
Length:
14.2 m
Beam:
4.5 m
Draft:
2.2 m
Built:
2020
Engine:
55 hp
Mainsail:
Classic mainsail
People
10
Cabins
4
Toilets
4

Availability & booking

Please select your check-in and check-out dates for total price.
Services and equipment
2.185,00 € 1.748,00 €
per rental
340,00 €
per rental
180,00 €
per day
170,00 €
per day
Booking summary
from 1.748,00 € per week
Price from per week
Total
€ 2.185,00
€ 1.748,00
€ 1.748,00
Check in
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from 17:00
Check out
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by 08:00
Pay now
Pay later (before )
Pay at check-in ()
Total:
TOTAL PRICE INCLUDES:
Boat rental for selected dates, VAT.
TOTAL PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Local tourist tax (approx 1.30 € per person per day) you pay at check-in.
Refundable security deposit is
No hidden fees, no surprises.

Dufour 460 Grand Large - Rubato Description

Sailing yacht Dufour 460 Grand Large - Rubato was built in 2020. She's docked in Marina Frapa Rogoznica, Croatia.

From there, National Park Kornati, Dugi Otok island, and coastal towns of Šibenik and Zadar are a short northbound sail. And if you turn south, you're half a day's sailing from Split, and a bit more from Hvar, Brač, and even Vis island.

Rubato accommodates up to 10 guests in 4 cabins. It has 4 toilet.
Pillows, blankets, and towels are included in the price.

This Sailing yacht is fitted with a classic mainsail and a furling genoa.

While sailing on Rubato, you can count on safe and easy navigation thanks to autopilot, bow thruster and plotter. Additional convenience and safety equipment includes bimini and sprayhood.

Extra entertainment equipment, such as radio, inside speakers, audio system, barbecue grill in cockpit and speakers in cockpit is also available onboard.

The fully-equipped galley includes cooker, sink and kitchen utensils.

For your maximum comfort, Sailing yacht Rubato is equipped with heating and generator.

This Sailing yacht is operated by the charter company Ban Tours.
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Dufour 460 Grand Large - Rubato Details

Sails
Classic mainsail
Furling genoa
Navigation and safety
Gas tank: 250 l
Water tank: 530 l
Bimini
Bow thruster
Dinghy
Sprayhood
Autopilot
Plotter
VHF
For your comfort
Kitchen utensils
Cooker
Electric fridge
Sink
Towels
Pillows and blankets
Entertainment
Yes
Audio system
Cockpit cushions
Barbecue grill in cockpit
Inside speakers
Speakers in cockpit
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Yacht pick-up information

Address
Ban Tours office at Marina Frapa Rogoznica.
Uvala Soline 1, Rogoznica, Croatia
Check in
from 17:00
Check out
by 08:00
Remarks
The boat should be brought back to the marina on Friday evening, which is the day before your check-out, for an inventory inspection.
The mooring at the marina for your last night is free.

Marina Frapa Rogoznica

One of the most awarded marinas in Croatia - 15 awards racked up for the best Croatian marina! And if you need zero-day accommodation - or want to extend your vacation on land - you're in luck: the marina is located in a luxurious resort with spacious rooms and a boatload of extras and ammenities!

Marina Frapa Rogoznica is conveniently located just 1 km from the center of Rogoznica. If you're flying in, the nearest airport is in Split, which is about 35 km away. Taxi transport to the marina costs around 55 Euros. With a capacity of 468 berths - all with access to water and electricity - the marina doesn't get too crowded, even in high season. Regardless, you can count on docking assistance at all hours of the day or night.

You'll find all the essential services you need, including toilet and shower facilities, free Wi-Fi, an ATM, and an exchange office. There's also a grocery store for quick provisioning, and a fuel station to top up your tanks before returning the boat. And when it's time to relax and have some fun, there are restaurants, bars, and even a night bar for your entertainment.
Nearest airport:
Split (35 km)
Taxi price:
55.00 €
approx
Parking price:
12.00 € daily
55.00 € weekly
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Boat pick up FAQs

  • Do I need a sailing license to book the Sailing yacht Rubato?

    If you’re not hiring a skipper, you need a standard sailing license and a valid VHF license to book and sail the Sailing yacht Rubato.

    You can find a list of accepted boating licenses in Croatia right here.

    In case you are hiring a skipper, you don’t need a valid license.

  • What’s a transit log/charter package?

    Transit log, also known as comfort package/charter package (and rarely, preparation fee), is a service fee you pay at check-in. It covers the essentials such as booking logistics and paperwork, end cleaning, towels & bed linen, and more.

    Transit log is an obligatory fee. It’s collected by the charter company at check-in. Most charters accept both cash and credit cards for this.

    The golden rule: if something is included in this charge, you're getting it without paying extra.

    Transit log is a one-and-done fixed charge no matter how many crew you bring aboard or how many days you rent.

  • What’s the refundable security deposit fee & why is it mandatory?

    Think of the refundable security deposit as a fixed amount the charter company needs as a guarantee that you’ll return the Sailing yacht Rubato in ship-shape condition. At the check-out, they’ll inspect the boat and, if everything is in order, give you the full amount back.

    For the Sailing yacht Rubato, refundable security deposit is 2.000,00 €.

    Most of our charter partners accept both credit cards and cash for the security deposit. Rarely, they might insist on cash - in most cases, information on available payment methods for the security deposit will be on your booking confirmation. If it’s not, our advice is to contact the charter directly after you receive your booking confirmation to double-check.

  • What is the tourist tax?

    Tourist tax (also known as sojourn tax) is a small mandatory fee you pay for every overnight stay in the charter destination country.

    Tourist tax is calculated and paid per person, per day. In Croatia, this is capped at €1.40. For example, you will pay €68.60 (7*7*1.4) for a 7-night stay for 7 crew members in Croatia.

    You pay it to the charter partner at check-in. Keep in mind that a lot of our partners only take cash for this particular payment. Our advice is to calculate the amount in advance and have it ready when you pick up your boat.

  • What payment methods do charters accept for extras payable at check-in?

    In almost all cases, payment methods accepted at check-in will be listed in your booking confirmation. We’ll send that to your email after your booking is complete and we check everything with the charter company.

    That said, this is important information, and you’re in the right if you want to know more before booking.

    While we can’t give you a 100% here, you should know that most charters accept cash, credit cards & instantaneous bank transfer payments (so long as you can show/email the bank transfer confirmation to them).

    However, in our experience, some charters may insist on specific types of payment methods for some fees:

    • Tourist tax: a lot of charters will only take cash for this fee. Our advice is to calculate it in advance and make sure you have enough cash to cover it at check-in.
    • Extra services: most charters will accept credit card, cash, or bank transfer for these services. If you’re paying by bank transfer, it’s best to do it the day before so the bank can process your payment before check-in time.
    • Security deposit: most charters will accept a credit card reservation for this fee (because it’s a considerable amount of money). Some will insist on a cash deposit—if they do, we’ll do our best to note that in your booking confirmation. If the instructions in the confirmation are not clear, please reach out to us or the charter company.
    • Security deposit insurance: if you decide to pay deposit insurance offered by some charters (instead of the refundable security deposit), you’ll likely have to pay in cash. If the charter insists on cash payment in this case, we’ll do our best to note that in your booking confirmation. If the instructions in the confirmation are not clear, please reach out to us or the charter company.

  • Can I check in earlier?

    Unfortunately, the Sailing yacht Rubato does not offer early check-in.

  • Can I bring a pet onboard the Sailing yacht Rubato?

    Unfortunately, pets are not allowed on the Sailing yacht Rubato for safety reasons.