13 m

Hampton 42 - SEA LION

Country Croatia
Model Custom boat
Marina Zadar


More information

  • 2nd helm
  • Barometer
  • Battery - engine
  • Battery - powersystem
  • Bearing compass
  • Bilge pump
  • Bilge pump electrical
  • Binocular
  • Boat crane
  • Bow anchor winch electrical
  • Chain locker
  • Cockpit carpet
  • Cockpit chartplotter
  • Cockpit cover
  • Cockpit table
  • Compass
  • Complete galley equipment
  • Complete navigation equipment
  • Complete safety equipment
  • Deck washer
  • Depth finder
  • Distress signals
  • Distress torches
  • Electrical gangway
  • Electricity 12 V
  • Electricity 220 V
  • Emergency flashlight
  • Fenders
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Fishfinder
  • Flags
  • Guard rail
  • Hand tools
  • Harbour pilots
  • Hot and cold water
  • Ice box in cockpit
  • Life jackets
  • Life raft
  • Lile belts
  • Log
  • Main powerswitch
  • Navigation tools
  • Operation manuals
  • Position lights
  • Power generator
  • Radar reflector
  • Rev counter
  • Sea charts
  • Search light
  • Ships documents
  • Shore powersystem 220 V
  • Spare anchor
  • Steering position - inside
  • Steering position - outside
  • Stern propellor
  • Stove with oven
  • Sun cushion
  • Sun shade aftdeck
  • Sun shade flybridge
  • Swim ladder
  • Swim platform
  • Torch lamps
  • Transom door to swim platform
  • Transom shower
  • Trim tabs hydraulic
  • Twin control
  • Vhf radio
  • Water pressure
  • Watermaker
  • Weather radio reciever
  • Windscreen wiper
  • Windspeed meter

Air condition

  • Airconditioning


  • Autopilot


  • Bimini top

Bow thruster

  • Bow thruster

Chart plotter

  • Chartplotter
  • GPS

Cockpit speakers

  • Cockpit loudspeaker

Coffee maker

  • Coffee machine


  • Flybridge

Radio-CD player

  • Radio CD player


  • Refrigerator


  • Sprayhood

Teak deck

  • Teak deck

Technical Sheet

Boat Type Motor yacht
Model Hampton 42
Year 1998
Check-in day Saturday
Length 13 m
Width 4 m
Engine 2 X Cummins 6 BTA 330
Cabins 3
Beds 8
WC/Shower 2


Country Croatia
Marina Zadar



Day 1: Check-in

Boarding available from 4 pm on Saturday

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Day 2

We set sail in the morning and head south towards the island of Zirje, the biggest and southernmost in the Sibenik Archipelago. Known since ancient times for its abundance of fish as well as olive and fig groves, it will enchant you with its natural beauties and suggestive docks in the bays of Velika, Mala and Koromacna. In the evening, you can moor on the south in the bay of Stupica and go ashore for dinner, to try the local cuisine and excellent wines.

Day 3

From Zirje, we head north towards the Kornati National Park: a natural reserve made up of 89 of the 152 islands constituting the Kornati Archipelago. A sailboat represents one of the few means of transport that can enter this natural paradise, among white jagged coasts washed by an unparalleled crystal clear sea. The islands are almost completely uninhabited, but you can find convenient docks for your lunch break and excellent restaurants where you can enjoy the best local cuisine with super fresh fish specialties in the evening.

Day 4

We proceed to the north within the spectacular Kornati Archipelago. The marine weather conditions are always optimal for a quiet sailing along the eastern coast of Otok Kornat, among enchanted and secluded bays where we can stop to have lunch, go snorkeling and spend the night in complete relax.

Day 5

North of Kornat you fill find the wonderful island of Otok Katina, connecting, as its latin name (“chain”) says, the Long Island of Dugi Otok to Kornat. Sailing in this area requires more attention given the presence of some shallow waters, but the bays on the south of the island will reward you with wonderful seabeds and safe docks where you can spend a peaceful night.

Day 6

After breakfast, we sail to the north until we reach Otok Zut, where we can stop to have lunch and swim in Hiljaca, Saruscica or Bizikovica bay. All three are special for their white pebble beaches and a wild and uncontaminated nature. In the evening, you can moor in the suggestive Luka Zut bay and, if you like to have dinner on the seaside, you can find a convenient mooring at the dock of the elegant Restaurant Festa.

Day 7

From Otok Zut, we proceed to the east in the direction of the islands of Vrgada, representing one of the most beautiful hidden gems on the Croatian coast. Closed off to mass tourism, this island is surrounded by a spectacular mini archipelago made of 15 islets to explore by boat, and still retains a timeless charm with the perfume of pine trees and beautiful beaches enclosed by olive trees, the perfect place to relax with baths and little shore excursions.