First 35 Charter

If you want to charter a smaller sailing boat with two cabins, then Beneteau First 35 is your perfect choice. It is ideal for an intimate cruise around Central Adratic islands, offering you best ratio of price and quality. Book the best bareboat two cabin charter on Benteau First 35.

We added ten new Beneteau First 35s made in 2011. Developed in collaboration with Farr Yacht Design, the First 35 has not abandoned any of the qualities that were the success of its predecessors: seaworthy on all seas, designed for cruising and adaptable for racing, incredibly spacious with her two double cabins and saloon equal in size to that of the First 40. Enjoy her thirty five feet, and her surprisingly elegantly and ingeniously fitted interior.

These two cabin-boats with two additional bunks in the saloon are suited for smaller crews of 4 to 6 people. The cockpit impresses with its elegant design. The fully-equipped galley features a gas stove and oven, and 120 litre fridge operating on 12V power. The showers have automatic pumps and, naturally, hot water. Each cabin is independently heated.

Ideally suited for team-building, races, company events or for family holiday.

They can be chartered individually or as a fleet of several boats.

Fast and comfortable, full battened tri radial cut main sail.

TypeFirst 35
Year of Production2011
No. Cabins2
No. Toilets1
Main SailsLazy Bag
Draft2,20 m
EngineYanmar 29 HP
Fuel75 lit.
Water200 lit.
Bow Thrusterno
Name of BoatVarious
From date:
Price (€):
03.0321.04.19.05.30.06.
1790219019902190
28.07.18.08.01.09.13.10.
2390199021901790
  • Charter of sailing boat, dinghy, pilot book and nav. charts, 13% CROATIAN TAX.*
Transit log First 35 120 €/charter
Tourist tax 1,1 €/person at day
  • Transit log includes: cleaning the boat, gas, underwater inspection, crew list, bedlinen, 2 pc. towels/person.
Outboard motor 70 €/week
WiFi (6 GB) 25 € /week
Spinnaker First 35 130 €/week
Generator 220V/2000W 100 €/week
Safety net 50 €/charter
Skipper 910 €/week + food
Hostess 840 €/week + food
One way Kaštela – Dubrovnik** 330
Pets 50 €/charter
  • Other services (transfer airport, provision of food, etc.) on the request.
  • 50% – upon reservation
  • 50% – 6 weeks before departure
  • “Obligatory” and “on request” items are to be paid in cash or by credit card in the base.
Early booking till 31. 01. 2018. (not for regattas) 10%
2 weeks 5%
3 weeks 10%
Repeat client 5%
Maximum discount for charter 20%
First 35 1500 € refundable or 180 € nonrefund. +100 € refundable
  • Check in – Saturday from 17:00
  • Check out – Saturday till 09:00
  • One way check out Friday 15:00 in Dubrovnik

* We reserve the right to change this price list according to current tax regulation

** Extra one day mooring fee in Dubrovnik

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First 35 fleet boat names

  • Juventus


    Juventus, an early Roman goddess of youth.

  • Kalypso


    Calypso was a nymph, the daughter of the Titan Atlas. Held Odysseus captive for seven years before Zeus ordered her to release his.

  • Lete


    Lete – one of the female Titans, a bride of Zeus, and the mother of the twin gods Apollon and Artemis. She was the goddess of motherhood and with her children, a protectress of the young. She was also a goddess of modesty and womanly demure.

  • Minerva


    Minerva – Jupiter’s daughter was Roman goddess of wisdom, medicine, the arts, dyeing, science and trade, but also of war. She was also believed to be the inventor of numbers and musical instruments.

  • Nike


    Nike was compation of Athena and Greek personification of victory.

  • Ops


    Ops – The Roman goddess, sister and wife of Saturn was goddess of abundance and wealth in general as well harvest.

  • Psyche


    Psyche – The personification of the human soul was of such extraordinary beauty that Aphrodite herself became jealous of her. As the beloved of Eros she is a fair maiden, often with butterfly wings.

  • Rhea


    Rhea – In Greek mythology, mother of the gods, daughter of Uranus and Gaia. She manages to save her son Zeus from her jealous husband Cronus. Often depicted between two lions or on a chariot pulled by lions.

  • Selene


    Selene, the moon goddess, is known for her countless love affairs and is a favorite of many poets, especially love poets.

  • Thetis


    Thetis – one of the Nereids. She rejected Zeus’s advances. Destined to bear a son who will be mightier than his father Zeus gave Thetis as bride to a mortal, Peleus whom she bore one son, Achilles.

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