Arch.D H. Reid & Co. Ltd. Yacht Brokers Estd: 1904

< BACK " Song of Adriatic "        

There is a powerful link incomprehensible to many bonding boats and people. To experience the clean rush of the sea and the power of the wind tamed in a sail is to feel a master of nature, to become a lifetime lover of the sea and sailing. Surrounded by the blue of the sea and sky, sailing among the hundreds of islands of one of the world's loveliest seas, you will feel completely relaxed, thoroughly content.

Awaiting you on the "Song of Adriatic" is a combination of the beauty of the finest materials and the diligent hands of practiced shipbuilders. The superlative setting and environment make sailing and coming into port a truly uplifting and triumphal experience.

Song of Adriatic was launched in Sweden in 1995, and sailed the Mediterranean for a private owner. After being refitted in Sweden in 1999, it sailed into the Adriatic.

The interior of the boat is fitted out in perfect comfort for six passengers and two crewmembers. The central place in the boat is occupied by a spacious and luxuriously appointed saloon in Tasmanian rosewood.

Time out with a good book? In a comfortable sofa with a favourite blend of tea, the pleasure will be complete.

The spacious, richly equipped master cabin will prove to you that you can sleep better to the sound of the sea than you can at home.

Each of the three other cabins on board offers total comfort for passengers during the voyage.

Time Zone GMT +1
Electricity 220v AC 50 HZ
Country Code +385
Currency 1 Kuna = 100 Lipa
Boat Model
Sweden Yachts 70
Name of the boat Song of Adriatic
Type Sailing Sloop
Design Style Contemporary Classic
Construction Material GRP Sandwich Design
Colour White/Blue Stripes
Length over all 21,35m
Water Line 16,00 m
Draught 2,60m
Masts 1
Motor Engine Volvo Penta TAMD41 170 HP
Winch Lewmar Manual 2x62, 2x58, 1x50
Lewmar Hydraulic 2x88, 2x66
Water Tank 1500 L
Fuel Tank 1200 L
Electricity Supply 12v/24v/220v
Generator Panda 20KW
Radar Raytheon 40xx, complete set of autohelm sailing instruments.
Speed 9.5 Knots under engine
Cabins 3x2 + crew
WC 3
Sails Furling main, Yankee, Cutter jib, North


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