The charming Klara, a new unique three-mast schooner recently built in Brodosplit, has embarked on its commercial sails from Dubrovnik. After three days, he crosses Kotor and Korčula into Split, and then stops in Šibenik and Zadar continues to Pula, Brijuni, to finish the trip in Venice. Clara is the only three-mast schooner on the Adriatic sea, operating on the route from Venice to Dubrovnik and back including Kotor.
The motor sailboat is 63,95 meters long, 10 meters wide and with the height up to the main deck of 5.35 meters. In 18 luxuriously decorated double cabins may be accommodated 36 passengers while being served by 12 crew members. The sailboat has a Croatian flag and has a class of cruise ship allowed to sailoacross all the seas of the world. During the domestic tourist season, it sail across the Adriatic Sea. It also sail to the coasts of Italy, Slovenia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece, and, in off-season, across the Caribbean islands and other tourist destinations.
Everything has been designed to give the passenger maximum enjoyment while aboard the ship. Unsurpassed design gives way to relaxing on the upper deck soaking up the sunshine of the Adriatic sea. Explore her and find her covered deck with additional outstanding views. A Wi-Fi internet connection is provided free of charge for her passengers. She comfortably accommodates up-to 36 passengers for cruising, relaxing, dining and intimate ports of call.
M/Y Klara has 18 double bedded or twin cabins. Each cabin is equipped with air conditioning and is well appointed. The Three Mast Schooner is designed to carry 36 passengers for cruise in unrestricted navigation area,