CARPE DIEM 7 Price per week from. € 14 000

    Specification
  • Built year / Refit
  • 2003 / 2017
  • Length
  • 30 m
  • Crew members
  • 5
    Accomodation
  • Cabins
  • 4
  • Persons per day / per night
  • 8 / 8
  • Showers / Toilets
  • 4 / 4
    Summer Season (January - December)
  • Summer location
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Homeport
  • Dubrovnik  
  • Price per week
  • €14 000 - €21 000
  • Price per day
  • €2 340 - €3 500
  • APA
     
  • 30%
     
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The 112-foot CARPE DIEM 7 is a true Aegean beauty! With her well-rounded aft and high, pointed bow, CARPE DIEM 7 is a traditional gulet with beautiful classical lines. She is one of the finest Turkish gulets to have been constructed, and having undergone several major refits in recent years, now meets the needs of the discerning charterer. As a traditional gulet, properly-rigged for sailing, CARPE DIEM 7 is one of few gulets that offers a true sailing experience.

 

Accommodation
Luxurious and comfortable, CARPE DIEM 7 accommodates up to 8 guests in four en suite cabins. The full-width master cabin, located in the bow of the yacht, has a queen-size berth and an additional single berth, as well as abundant opening portholes for light and air. There are closets, a wardrobe and a TV with DVD-player. The en suite bathroom has every available amentiy. There is a double cabin with comfortable double berth and two twin cabins, each with two single berths, side-by-side. All cabins have en suite bathrooms, opening portholes and individually-controllable air conditioning.

 

A rounded coffee table with surround seating at the bow of the yacht invites you to sit in the sun with friends for morning tea, a snack or 5 o'clock tea... and perhaps linger a while after your late afternoon swim to sip a cocktail at the end of the day. Alternatively, you could lay out on the sun deck and sunbathe while you read a book. Thre's something very attractive about the shaded aft's comfortable cushioned lounging area -- enjoy sitting with legs outstretched after a sumptuous breakfast around the aft deck dining table and enjoying your coffee overlooking the water. Sitting around and chatting after meals taken around the aft deck's dining table becomes one of the biggest highlights of the cruise.... just as dining on fresh and delicious cuisine, prepared to your liking by your talented chef, is the source of unmeasurable joy and satisfaction. The chef, a local lad from the Aegean, prides himself on creating hearty and wholesome meals from age-old Mediterranean recipes.

 

Gulet CARPE DIEM 7 delivers excellent sailing performance, carrying over 550 square meters of sail. Imagine the thrill of sailing aboard this classic yacht with her spinakker set, and the coasts of Croatia and Montenegro passing by in the same fashion enjoyed by your forefathers! Add to this any number of possible activities including swimming, sunbathing, canoeing, windsurfing and water-skiing and you have the makings of a fine holiday on the Adriatic.

CARPE DIEM 7's friendly crew of five, have indepth knowledge of the cruising area and enjoy attending to their guests' every needs. They work together to ensurer that your time on board contains the right mix of sailing, sunning, swimming, shopping, culture and nightlife. The CARPE DIEM 7 calls Croatia her home - make it your home for a week and enjoy the very best that a cruising holiday in the Adriatic has to offer.

 

Tenders & toys
- 4.8 m Tender with 100 hp outboard engine;
- 1 paddle board;
- 2 sea kayak;
- Wakeboard;
- 2 sets of waterski (adult+child);
- Kneeboard;
- Ringo;
- Snorkeling and Fishing gear.

 

On board entertainment
Satellite TV/LCD, DVD, CD music player and small library.

Specification Custombuilt

Boat name Builder Built year Length Draft Engine Engine Quantity Cruising speed Cruising consumption Hull type Crew service
CARPE DIEM 7 Etemoglu Boatyard 2003 30 m 3 m IVECO 2 9 50 l/h displacement Crew service!
Category Yacht architect Refit Beam Flag Engine power General Max speed Max. consumption Hull material Crew members
Luxury motor yacht 2017 6.9 m 457 hp 11 0 l/h other 5

Accomodation Custombuilt

Cabins Master cabin VIP cabin Double cabins Twin cabins Bunkbed cabins
4 1 0 1 2 0
Single cabins Toilets quantity Inside showers Persons per day Persons per night Crew members
0 4 4 8 8 5
Master cabin:
The full-width master cabin, located in the bow of the yacht, has a queen-size berth and an additional single berth, as well as abundant opening portholes for light and air. There are closets, a wardrobe and a TV with DVD-player. The en suite bathroom has every available amentiy.
All cabins have en suite bathrooms, opening portholes and individually-controllable air conditioning.

Tender & Toys Custombuilt

Tender Jet Dinghy Jet ski Water scooter Waterskiis Kayak Kneeboard Wakeboard Wakeskate Windsurfboard Snorkellingset Fishing gear
Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes
Banana Donut Other Seabob Kitesurfing Trampoline Sailing boat Paddleboard Canoe Bicycle Diving
No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes
Tender:
4.8 m Tender with 100 hp outboard engine x1
Waterskiis:
x2 adults,children

Equipment Custombuilt

Interior:
Oven, Fridge, Stove, Sink, Coffee maker, Dishes
Navigation:
Navigation lights, Compass, Echo sounder, Wind gauge, Autopilot, GPS, VHF radio, GPS-plotter, Radar, Navtex, SSB, Barometer, Harbour guides, Sea charts
Technics:
Generator (22,5 kW + 17,5 kW Onan), Air conditioning, Battery, Battery charger, Inverter, Shore supply 220V, Electricity 12V/220V, Main circuit breaker, Searchlight, Windscreen wiper, Stern anchor winch (manual), Bow anchor capstan, warmwater, Pressurized warm water, Spare anchor, Tool kit
Deck equipment:
Separate crew cabin, Bathing ladder, Deck Guardrail, Gangway, Deck shower, Fenders, Teak Deck
Entertainment:
Television (lcd), Satellite TV, DVD player, Cockpit speakers
Other:
Suncushion, Cushion, Ringo

Crew profile Custombuilt

Crew members:
5
Captain:
Frano Gugic (Croatian)
Chef:
Petor Krzelj (Croatian)
Crew profile:
The owner of ‘Carpe Diem 7”, an unquestionable professional, Captain Frano Gugic is not an ordinary man as you could say he is a genuine dreamer who manages successfully to follow his heart and passions in order to make happy his family, himself and of course people he works with. Captain Frano is 50 years of age. He was born on the island of Korcula, but grew up and attained BA in Science & Marine Engineering in Split. In the same city he met his future wife Lorena. After completing studies, Frano started to work for the international marine companies as an engineer. He got promoted to the highest position of the chief engineer aboard big ships at the age of only 27 years. Later on Frano decided it was time to grow further just in a bit different professional direction. He joined Caribbean cruise line as a sailor. After that he also worked aboard mega yacht for four years. Since Frano has always dreamt big, one of his goals was to have his own fleet just as his ancestors at native island used to do. After reaching professional top, Frano knew it was the right time to follow his heart, and together with his brother he bought a gulet. For the past eight years shoulder to shoulder with the brother Frano has successfully mastered a vessel similar to “Carpe Diem 7”. There’s no need to say that captain knows every single bay of Croatian coast, places full of history and important events, and of course breathtaking landscapes which are a must to visit. His favorite places to sail are a little cute town called Srkadin which is a step away from Krka National Park famous for its magnificent waterfalls, and the Kornati archipelago. Captain Frano enjoys planning with guests daily route. He always offers several options where and why it’s best to sail for the upcoming day. He has plenty of stories to tell about Croatian traditions, history and its people. It will be a true pleasure to sail with captain Frano and his dedicated family team as you’d feel yourself under the care of highly qualified professional and if to say in simple words a very good, kind hearted man. Besides the sea and gulets, Frano has passion to old cars. He owns few. Captain also has 2-star open water PADI diver certificate. His life time goal now to revive at his home town a tradition of building and owning gulets.

It would be unfair to state that Lorena Gugic only holds the position of stewardess aboard “Carpe Diem 7”. You could say that the yacht is literally like her second home. So she does everything what a woman would do in her shoes to make it not only look perfect but that it would favor guests with the warmest hospitality. Lorena was born in Croatian city of Split, where she finished gymnasium with the specialization in languages, that’s why she speaks fluent English and Italian, French and some German, and is willing to master Turkish one day. Lorena also holds BA in Economics. After getting married to Frano who back at that time was already making giant steps upwards his professional career, Lorena moved to Korcula, a home island of her husband. She opened a touristic agency in Racisce, but in three-year time she decided to dedicate her full time to the most important men in her life, Frano and two little precious boys, Niko and Petar. The guys seemed to show from the beginning that they were parents’ pride and were quite independent for their age, so Lorena could return to business. She joined the work at one of Korcula hotels. There she started to hone hospitality skills as if she knew that one-day welcoming and taking care of guests would become a big part of her life. When her husband and his brother bought a yacht, she started to help them around with the vessel. Frano taught Lorena everything he knew. So for the past eight years at the same time a fragile but persevering woman has been a deckhand, a bosun, a hostess and a chef. Right now when the boys took over the hard manly work and there is a new coming chef, Lorena can concentrate on what she loves the most – working closely with people. She says she loves her job because it’s never the same. “When you wake up you don’t know how it will end”, says Lorena. Meeting guests, serving, organizing the tour, also working with agents, paying bills is all part of daily interesting activities. Lorena’s also happy she’s surrounded by family and can see her boys who also love what they’re doing. When Lorena has time, she enjoys to stay close to the nature and take long walks, to master languages, read books and of course to travel.

Chef, Petor Krzelj is the only one aboard “Carpe Diem 7” who isn’t a part of the Gugics, though he feels just like a member of a family crew. Petor is 25 years of age. He was born in Split, and that was where he grew up and went to school. Whether he was inspired by his mother who directs a professional school for pastry, or Petor knew himself whom he’d want to become from the beginning, but right after his studies he joined a school for professional chefs to master his own kitchen one day. He’s a young ambitious professional who is ready to demonstrate passion to local traditional cuisine with a modern touch ad of course his own personal vision. You will see on your plate what can be described as a combination of respect towards traditions and modern ardent flavors. Petor has worked both on land, and aboard motor yachts. He had time to work at the restaurant on the island Brac and in his home town Split. What to say, Petor loves to cook Dalmatian cuisine. He masters the dishes which his ancestors has been coking for centuries with confidence and honor. His specialty is also a Mediterranean cuisine. He loves cooking fish and always controls that ingredients in his kitchen are the freshest ones. In his free time Petor still enjoys cooking, helping his family back at home, swimming, football and travelling. He is also a constant learner and likes to improve his skills.

Deckhand, Niko Gugic is the eldest of two brothers. He turns 19 in June this year and most probably will welcome his new year aboard “Carpe Diem 7”. Niko has just finished high school with sufficiently excellent grades, and now he’s ready to fully devote himself to a profession he’s been dreaming about since he learnt how to walk. He’ll work his third season as an independent deckhand. Later on Niko will go to college and study marine engineering to stay in family business. There is no single thing Niko doesn’t like about his job. He says it’s a big part of his personality and he knew he’d want to spend life working as a seaman. Even when Niko has free time, he goes spearfishing or diving. He also likes riding a motor bike around the beautiful island of Korcula or on the mainland. Niko speaks English very well and also knows German language.

Deckhand, Petar Gugic is the youngest son of captain Frano and his wife Lorena. You would think that he should be having his summer holiday fun with friends right now, as he’ only 17 years old, and still has one year to go with the high school. However, Petar is a young industrious gentleman who has a great passion for sea and already knows in which direction to go with his life. It is his second year as a deckhand. Last year he worked with his family on another family-owned gulet, honing his skills being always under careful and attentive supervision of his father. This year Petar is excited to welcome guests and perform his best on “Carpe Diem 7” which undergone a major refit to the highest standards. Petar also took part in preparing the yacht for summer season 2017 while still attending classes. At both activities he did a great job. Petar shares with us that this is a lifetime job for him as it’s very interesting and is an absolute family tradition. Not only his father, but his grandfather, uncle and some other relatives are also professional sailors. Petar loves boats, he is inspired when surrounded by the sea, wind, nature, wood and people. After he finishes high school, he’ll go to work on bigger ships and pursue a career of an engineer just like his father once did following his dream. Together with captain Frano Petar has also a big project which is to bring a small back to life, a very old and authentic one which is already going through refurbishment process. If Petar has free time from studies and his work, he enjoys fishing. His favorite place to fish on a small boat is outside of a native village back at Korcula island.



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