Sedna is a very personable and charming little gulet with just three double cabins, and so ideally suited in size for a single family or for a small party of friends. Built in 1999 in Turkey, to a traditional design, her current owner Zoran refurbished her completely and brought her to the Dalmatian Coast where she makes the perfect vessel for exploring the archipelago between Split and Dubrovnik.
Zoran is captain of Sedna as well as the owner, and as such invests a huge amount of personal care and attention into his pride and joy, ensuring that she is always beautifully kept and that the service on board is extremely personal. The cook is very skilled and produces delicious meals using local recipes and ingredients.
Built to a traditional design, with varnished woods throughout, she is full of character and charm. The cabins are comfortable and simply furnished, and the bathrooms functional and appropriate to her size. On deck, there is a large sunbathing area which can be shaded with an awning and in the stern is an outside dining area. Indoors is a light and bright saloon and wheelhouse, and stowed about the vessel are stand-up paddleboards, water-skis, a water donut and snorkelling equipment to keep everyone entertained when at anchor.
- Length: 21.5m
- Built: 1997 / 2007 (full refurbishment)
- Style: Gulet
- No Cabins: 1 x Master Cabin, 2 x Double Cabins
- Bathrooms: 3 en-suite bathrooms
- In-cabin: 4 hours air conditioning
- Kit: Internet, TV, CD
- Toys: Water-ski, donut, 2 x SUPs, snorkelling kit
- Crew: Captain, cook and 1 deckhand - 3 in total
- Housekeeping: Sheets and towels changed once per week