Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Marina Dalmacija
Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Marina Dalmacija

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Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Solar und Windgenerator
Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Solar und Windgenerator

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Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Unterwasserbeleuchtung
Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Unterwasserbeleuchtung

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Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Marina Dalmacija
Yachtcharter Lady Iga - Marina Dalmacija

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Sailing

Aquila Sailing offers throughout the season skipper trainings either on Lady Iga or your own yacht.

Lady Iga is a CE Category A Delphia 40.3 for worldwide cruising on all oceans and seas. It was manufactured in 2013 and put into service in 2014. Since day one, Lady Iga has been used exclusively as an owner's yacht and has been continuously technically upgraded to perfect condition.

She has three spacious cabins, each with two comfortable bunks and a beautiful saloon with a galley.  Lady Iga is equipped with four solar panels and a wind generator.  

This means that we are self-sufficient from shore power and can easily anchor in secluded bays without sacrificing our comfort.

Webasto heating system and air conditioning allow comfortable sailing in all seasons.  A high-performance batten sail, a 130% Genoa, a Racing Mylar Genoa and an asymmetrical spinnaker make Lady Iga very fast and competitive in regattas. ORC rating is available. In 2022 the participation in various regattas in the Mediterranean Sea is planned.  From October we also offer trainings in bad weather and strong winds to prepare you as a skipper for all consitions you might face.

Lady Iga is berthed in the luxurious Marina Dalmacija in Sukosan, Croatia. This is an ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful and stunning island world of Croatia.  Zadar Airport is only 10km away and is served by many international airlines.  Lady Iga can only be chartered with an experienced skipper and has 2 SUP boards  as well as snorkeling and diving equipment on board.

Tell us what we can do for you!

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