M/Y 3

When M/Y 3 was just a dream, she was envisioned as a luxury yacht not yet seen in Croatia at the time - a completely wooden luxury motor sailing yacht with comfort of the passenger in mind. The vision was to build a large boat with a small number of cabins for its size to accommodate just the right number of guests where each guest can feel appreciated and attended to. M/Y 3 has a small boat feel with the luxury of a yacht. It was constructed with the highest quality materials such as teak, mahogany, and oak, which give it an old-world feel yet the granite, marble and stainless steel give it a modern elegant look. The cabins are spacious but charming and tastefully decorated. The kitchen is large and of restaurant quality where the chef will be able to create fresh Croatian specialties. Great food, comfort, and non-compromised customer service is our goal.

BOAT FEATURES

Sun Deck - Huge teak sundeck with cushioned lounge chairs for sunbathing

Upper Fore Deck - Jacuzzi / sunbathing area / cushioned seating area in front of the bridge / outdoor rinse-off shower

Upper Aft Deck - Covered outdoor bar with comfortable seating lounge area and outdoor TV

Main Deck - Air-conditioned salon with dining area, full bar, couch and large TV, WiFi Internet access, covered outdoor dining area that can accommodate all passengers, sunbathing area, WC/Toilet 

CABINS

All cabins are spacious and constructed of mahogany walls and floors with private bathroom. All bathrooms include glass-enclosed shower with massaging shower head, marble counter-top vanity.

Each cabin is individually air-conditioned and has the following amenities:

  • Desk 
  • Nightstands
  • Reading lamps 
  • Closet 
  • Safe 
  • Under bed storage drawers 
  • TV

Upper Deck

1 VIP cabin (22m²) with queen bed and twin bed 

1 VIP cabin (22m²) with queen bed and couch

 

Main Deck

1 VIP cabin (18.5m²) with queen bed and twin bed 

2 cabins (13.5m²) with queen bed 

Below Deck

4 cabins (17.5m²) with queen bed 

2 cabins (17.5m²) with 2 twin beds 

Travel Tips
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