Nautika Centar Nava
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Nautika Centar Nava is one of the oldest private charter companies in Croatia. From an originally small family business, it has gradually grown since 1990 into a company owning four marinas and employing 30 people. Nautika's boats can be hired for a traditional charter, but if you are interested in sailing with a professional captain, hostess or cook, they will be happy to arrange it. The company's staff are yachtsmen themselves and know the local area very well, so they will be happy to advise you on routes, mooring or anything else.
To all corners of the Adriatic
You can set sail on Nautika Centar Nava boats from five marinas strategically located across Dalmatia. From the newly opened Marina Polesany in Pula you can explore the northern coast. From Split (Marina Nava) you can sail around the islands of Hvar, Korcula, Vis and even reach the Lastovo National Park. From Marina Frapa in Rogoznica, located between Split and Sibenik, there is very good access to the Kornati National Park. And from the ACI Marina Veljko Barbieri in Slan, South Dalmatia, you can admire the beauty of Dubrovnik or nearby Montenegro.
The core of the fleet consists of catamarans
The fleet of Nautika Centar Nava consists of two-thirds Lagoon catamarans of all types and sizes. You will find, for example, Lagoon 40, 42, 46, 540 F... The latest addition is the luxurious seven-cabin Lagoon 51 Negroni, which can comfortably accommodate up to 11 people. But classic sailboat lovers won't miss out either. For them, for example, the Elan Impression 43 is ready. And the fleet of Nautika Centar Nava also includes popular motor boats.
Careful boat servicing
Nautika ensures that all vessels are selected with an emphasis on top technical aspects regarding on-board systems, as well as design and comfort. All their boats are in perfect condition as they undergo regular inspection and servicing.
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