Noa at her berth, in Crisnjevo, near bridge to island of Krk in Croatia.
The price - 190,000 EUR includes Croatian (EU) VAT of 25%.
The boat has been chartered until 2019 when it was taken over for private use. Many people have a perception that a chartered boat is worn and damaged. In most cases, it is very wrong. It can be very costly for the charter company if the equipment on the boat breaks down. Therefore, charter boats, especially engines, are carefully maintained. This is also the case with "Noa"
A boat that has been chartered for many years can get a lot of scratches, but it is easy to repair.
Before the current owner has taken over the boat, the boat has been inspected by an authorized company and an inspection report (44 pages) is available.
All defects (except some small, aesthetic findings) from the report have been corrected and the boat is as good as new.
Not least thanks to the new teak deck which was installed in 2020.
The current owner lives in Denmark and the boat is in Croatia and is used only 2-3 weeks a year and that is far too little.
When buying the boat, a loan of the berth can also be an option.
In 2020, “Noa” got new teak deck, solar system with 660 W panels and 560 KWh batteries, freezer system, DC/AC 1.500 W inverter, curtains, beautiful foldable teak cockpit table, cockpit enclosure /tent, lazy bag, cockpit sunshades and other minor improvement.