If you’re looking for a three cabin bareboat for rent in Central Dalmatia to cruise around Adriatic islands, Beneteau First 45 with three cabins will suit your needs. Benetau First 45 is an ideal sailboat for up to eight people.
Beautiful, perfect and bold, this sailboat fuses elegant lines with power and performance. Our fleet features 15 of these sleek and stylish boats, 10 made in 2009 and 5 made in 2013.
With enough space for eight, this boat has three cabins with two bunks each and two additional bunks in the saloon. You will find two heads and bathrooms on board. Cockpit paneling and table are made of teak.
Fully-equipped galley features a gas stove and oven, microwave oven, a 220V socket, two 12V fridges with a capacity of 60l and 100l, respectively. The showers have automatic pumps and hot water, the bow head is electric. Each cabin is independently heated, and its equipment also includes a retractable bow thruster for safer sailing.
Price for First 45 build 2009
Price for First 45 build 2013
- Charter of sailing boat, dinghy, pilot book and nav. charts, 13% CROATIAN TAX.*
|Transit log First 45||140||€/charter|
|Tourist tax||1,1||€/person at day|
- Transit log includes: cleaning the boat, gas, underwater inspection, crew list, bedlinen, 2 pc. towels/person.
|WiFi (6 GB)||25||€ /week|
|Spinnaker or genaker First 45||160||€/week|
|Skipper||910||€/week + food|
|Hostess||840||€/week + food|
|One way Kaštela – Dubrovnik**||330||€|
- 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%|
|Maximum discount for charter||20%|
|First 45||2000 € refundable or 220 € 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
First 45 fleet boat names
Ariadne – in Crete she was vegetation goddess while later in Greek mythology wife of Dionysos mostly associated with mazes and labyrinths because of her involvement in the myth of her love Theseus and Minotaur.
Byblis – In greek mythology was daughter of river deity whose tears over forbidden love formed a spring. She was later turned into a river nymph.
Carmenta – Roman goddess of childbirth and prophecy.
Despoina – the daughter of Demeter and Poseidon was the most intensively worshipped goddess in the region of Arcadia and one of earth goddesses.
Egeria – The Roman goddess who inspired and guided Numa Pompilius, the successor of Romulus. Thanks to her role in creation of Rome she was also worshipped as a goddess of birth.
Fortuna – The Roman personification of good fortune, originally a goddess of blessing and fertility.
Galata – sea-nymph who became famous through a myth of Pygmalion- story of sculptor who fell in love with a statue he had carved so goddess Venus gave it life.
Hera – daughter of Cronus and Rhea and wife and sister of Zeus. The queen of the Olympian deities she was worshipped as a goddess of marriage and birth.
Isis – one of the most popular goddesses in Egypt she was considered important source of the pharaoh’s power. In Greek mythology Isis was the protector of sailors.
Charybdis – once a nymph-daughter of Poseidon and Gaia who flooded lands for her father’s underwater kingdom was turned into a monster by Zeus. She lived in a cave at one side of the Strait of Messina, opposite the Scylla where the two formed a dangerous threat to passing ships.
Urania – The Greek Muse of astronomy and astrology.
Venus – The Roman goddess of love and beauty, but originally a vegetation goddess and patroness of gardens and vineyards.
Xena – ancient Greek protector of hospitality, the generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home.
Zephyr – in Greek mythology god of the west wind, believed to live in a cave on Thrace while in roman myths the protector of flowers and plants.