- Base Biograd n/M
- Base Pirovac
- 92 well maintained boats
- providing high quality service
- with over 20 years of experience in the charter industry
- experts in the field of sailing charter management and boat rental
Here you will find useful links and information to help you get the most out of your journey and sailing trip.
Have you always wanted to become a boat owner, but don't know how? Are you worried about the cost, the repayment plans, or the cost of maintenance? Maybe you already have a boat and it's more of a hassle than a pleasure. If you've ever felt this way, then Euronautic's yacht charter management service is the ideal solution.
Spending time on the water is the best part of owning a boat. Maintaining it, however, is one of the least enjoyable aspects. Regular maintenance is essential though, which is why Euronautic makes yacht management so easy.
Our cleaning services will keep your boat looking its best, maintain its level of performance, and ensure that it does not get damaged. The team of cleaners who will work on your boat are professional and work to a very high standard that will exceed your expectations.
At Euronautic, we offer a professional and dependable transfer service if you need to move your boat from one location to another. We have extensive experience completing transfers and work in nearly all locations on the Mediterranean Sea.
Hiring a Euronautic skipper is the best way to have a completely carefree and rejuvenating sailing holiday. Your skipper takes full responsibility for your vessel, so you can relax and fully enjoy your time at sea and on shore.
The radio and satellite communication services available in the Adriatic make it a very safe place to sail. They also ensure that help is readily available in the case of emergencies.
The maritime radio service is used on boats and coastal radio stations to enable communication between the two. Those using the service must implement watchkeeping, according to the SOLAS convention, and follow all international regulations governing radio traffic.
On the Adriatic Sea, VHF channels 16 and 70 are used for watchkeeping broadcasts. This applies to vessels that are equipped with DSC VHF devices.
The Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) is also in operation. It facilitates the speedy deployment of search and rescue teams for vessels in distress, or when an alarm is raised. All rescues are led by the Maritime Rescue Center.
GMDSS uses satellite and other technologies to:
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