11.72 m
6 + 2

Bavaria 38 Cruiser - Delmat

Country Croatia
Model Bavaria Yachtbau
Marina Marina Split - ACI



  • Anchor Jambo
  • Anchor with chain
  • Anchor with rope
  • Bathing platform
  • Bimini top
  • Black ball
  • Boat hook
  • Bosun's chair (Safe seat) (boatswain's chair)
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit/stern, outside shower
  • Deck brush
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Fenders
  • Fuel funnel
  • Gangway
  • Jerry cans for diesel
  • Main anchor
  • Main Deck Compass
  • Mooring ropes
  • Plastic bucket
  • Spare anchor (Reserve, Auxiliary anchor)
  • Sprayhood
  • Storm anchor
  • Swimming ladder
  • Teak cockpit
  • Water hose
  • Winch handles


  • Mask
  • Outside speakers
  • Radio CD mp3 player
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi Internet


  • Dishtowel
  • Gas bottles
  • Gas cookers
  • Hot water
  • Kitchen utensils (Galley equipment, cutlery)
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator


  • Barometer
  • Bed linen
  • Bilge pump - mechanic
  • Blankets
  • Clock
  • Clothes hangers
  • Hand-held compass
  • Heating
  • Inside shower
  • Pillows
  • Soap
  • Toilet paper
  • Towels
  • Yacht documents


  • Autopilot
  • Binoculars
  • Echosounder/Depthsounder
  • GPS chart plotter - cockpit
  • Navigation (Nautical) charts and nautical guide
  • Navigation set
  • Navigation/position Lights
  • Pilot book
  • Radar reflector
  • Speedometer (Speed log)
  • Wind instrument/Anemometer


  • Distress flare box
  • Emergency tiller
  • Fire axe
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • Fog horn
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy
  • Life belts (Safety harness)
  • Life buoy + Flashing light
  • Life jacket (children)
  • Life jackets
  • Search light

Yacht electrics

  • Bilge pump - Electric
  • Shore connection 220 V
  • Shore power cable
  • VHF radio
  • WC pump

Technical Sheet

Boat Type Sailing yacht
Model Bavaria 38 Cruiser
Year 2008
Mainsail type furling/roll
Jib type furling/roll
Steering system Steering Wheel
Check-in day Saturday
Length 11.72 m
Width 3.90 m
Engine 1 x 27 hp
Cabins 3
Beds 6 + 2
WC/Shower 1



Based on 9 reviews


Country Croatia
Marina Marina Split - ACI



Day 1: Check-in

On Saturday afternoon, starting from 6 pm, you will be welcomed by your Beblue skipper at the Marina STC in Trogir to store your things in the cabin, prepare the shopping list and go shopping.

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In the evening, the crew and the skipper have the possibility to get to know each other in front of a nice fish dinner in a typical Konoba in Trogir, before concluding the evening in one of the many bars in this coastal town.


Day 2

Once we are done with breakfast and the last shopping for the trip, we can finally set sail. We will head towards the north at the discovery of the islands of the Šibenik Archipelago: our first stop is the charming town of Primosten that we will reach in the afternoon, not before having anchored in some wild bay for lunch. Once arrived in Primosten, we will anchor in the ample bay in front of this fishing village: here, you can choose whether you prefer to have dinner on board and enjoy the sunset from the boat, or to go ashore with the tender and eat in one of the typical restaurants in the village.


Day 3

Monday morning will be dedicated to sunbathing, diving and relaxing while waiting for the mistral, the predominant wind in Dalmatia during this season. In the early afternoon, we will raise sail and, with the help of the mistral, we will travel for the 11 miles that separate Primosten from the Šibenik Islands. We will head for some uninhabited bays with no lights, to enjoy our dinner under a sky full of stars.


Day 4

After breakfast, we leave early to navigate towards the Kornati Islands, a wonderful and uncontaminated natural park that includes the biggest archipelago in the Mediterranean, with its 89 islands, islets and cliffs all worth discovering. You will have the opportunity to go snorkeling in those crystal clear waters surrounded by a lunar landscape, before going to the lofty sea cliff in the natural park Telasnika, south of Dugi Otok Island, to enjoy the sunset.


Day 5

On Wednesday we start sailing to the south, so that we can admire the Kornati Islands also from the open sea. The skipper will take you close to Kornat Island and Zut, to enjoy a priceless natural sight from the sea. After a break for lunch and a relaxing bath in the uncontaminated waters of the natural park, we will proceed to sea, heading for one of the many little coves of this Dalmatian strip of land. Zirje, Kaprje, Kakan and the other islands can offer our boat a safe and peaceful docking for the night. You only have to choose the spot you prefer!


Day 6

After an unavoidable post-breakfast morning swim, we weigh anchor and start sailing until we round the first islands of the Split Archipelago. We will have lunch on board and, in the early afternoon, raise sail to navigate peacefully for about two hours towards the Blue Lagoon, to the east of the island of Veli Drvenik, or in some cove around there. Another night at anchor is waiting for us, under a sky full of stars and planets and surrounded by nature.


Day 7

It’s already Friday and the return port is waiting for us, so we will dedicate this day to relax, sunbathing and swims, to take home with us some salt from the Adriatic Sea. There is time for another anchorage and to visit a new bay, where we can have lunch and enjoy the last sun rays before going back to the Marina, around 6 pm: a walk aroud to find the last souvernirs and a good dinner will accompany you in this last evening in Trogir.

Disembarkation will take place on the following morning after breakfast, at 10 am.


The itinerary may be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.