Croatia,Dubrovnik region, Komolac, ACI Marina Dubrovnik
Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 4 cab.
9 ( 8 + 0 )
GPS chart plotter - cockpit
- GPS chart plotter - cockpit
- Bow thruster
The yacht Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 4 cab. Easy Point is a mid-range boat with a length of 14.27 m, which can accommodate even 9. Built in 2015, the yacht is in excellent technical condition and meets all the requirements to sail with you.
Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 4 cab. Easy Point is moored at the base in . The yacht is under the care of the WayPoint operator who manages the 59 yacht base.
This comfortable yacht can accommodate a large family or group of friends. The dimensions of the yacht allow for easy operation, and maneuverability on the route and in the port, despite the length 14.27 m remains at a good level.
A yacht of this size is a successful compromise of price to the offered space, which will provide enough space for rest and a place of fun for children. The spacious cabins with toilet and galley will allow you to make the most of your vacation time.
As befits a modern vessel, the yacht Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 4 cab. Easy Point is equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable holiday at sea.
Steers without much experience need not fear anything, because this yacht class should not cause them a problem.
You can drive this yacht yourself. All you need is a yacht or motorboat helmsman license and a VHF license. Here you can learn more about yachting privileges in individual countries.
If you do not have qualifications, you can rent a professional skipper who will propose an interesting route and take care of the weather and navigation ensuring safety and comfort - learn more about renting a skipper.
Now Waypoint and YachtGo have created a special offer for you.
Why do we recommend charters from WayPoint?
It is a company with real, sailing roots, characterized by professionalism and quality. The 25-year-old tratycja obliges!
Waypoint Charter is a family story of Damir Čargo and Gordana Zavoreo. Damir, a sailor from head to toe, is related personally and professionally to the sea and boats, ever since he was a boy. He experienced his first maneuvers, south and north winds as a 10-year-old boy in the Optimist class. He continued his sports career in the Olympic classes, in which he defended the colors of the national team for several consecutive years. A logical sequence for this sea-enthusiast was to become a skipper for the first yacht-charter companies, which in the late eighties appeared on the Adriatic.
As early as 1990, he began to represent the Greek-French yacht charter firm Kavos, as a base manager in Trogir. His wife Gordana joined him there and for the next 4 years they ran the company Kavos, which in the meantime was bought by The Moorings. They represented the Moorings company in France for 3 years and there they opened the company’s bases in Antibes, Nice and Corsica.
This useful experience, followed by a desire to return home to the Adriatic, encouraged them to set up their own yacht-charter company in Croatia. And so, in 1994 Waypoint was established, with only 3 sailing boats in Rovinj in the north of the Adriatic… Parts of the southern Adriatic were still under occupation, but as soon as Croatia freed all its coasts, Waypoint opened its base in Trogir. In the following years, attempts were made to open bases in Zadar, Pula, and Dubrovnik while today Waypoint has its bases in Trogir, Dubrovnik and Seget. After tens of years of hard work in building this fleet, Damir now has a bit of time for himself and his passion for sporting sailing, so today he competes in several offshore regattas on his Pogo class 40 as a solo or double-handed sailor.