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Croatia Island Cruise: The Ship

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The Sveti Vid
The Sveti Vid: our home for a week

 

The Sveti Vid

To cruise the Croatian islands, Adriagate offers a number of ships. Of all the motorized sailing vessels, we chose the Sveti Vid, built in 1955 and overhauled in 2000. A total of 14 cabins are aligned in two decks along 35m. Crew quarters are below deck. The width is 7.3m and the cruising speed is 9 knots.

Relaxing on the Sveti VidOne of the great features of this boat is that there were a lot of places to hang out. For sunning, there was a choice of two sundecks on the bow and one on the stern plus one on top. To escape the sun, a partially roofed area in front of the dining room was set up with long tables and comfortable banquettes.

 

Sveti Vid dining room

The dining room/bar was spacious and comfortable. For entertainment, a flat screen tv in the corner was usually showing Croatian football matches. Meals were prepared in a small kitchen between the bar and the cabin area.

When the ship was moving, there was some noise from the motor that was more muffled on the top deck.

 

 

 

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