Labrador is a beautiful authentic sailing ship, 30 meters long and built in 1967.
The ship was originally used by the Italians as a fishing boat but was seized by Croatia in 2002 while being used for illegal finishing activities in Croatian waters. The new owner gave the ship a new life, outfitting it for passenger travel.
In 2018, the ship was purchased by the current owner. In addition to being the owner, he is also the captain of Labrador, and continues to use her for passenger charter. On board Labrador there are 18 cabins with room for up to 36 guests.
- Large sundeck (120m²)
- Fully stocked bar
- Service-oriented crew
- Water toys
- New, renovated bathrooms
4 Double Cabins
Cabin with a double bed (140x190) and private in suite bathroom with shower and toilet.
11 Twin Cabins
Cabin with 2 single beds (80x190) and private in suite bathroom with shower and toilet.
3 Triple Cabins
Cabin with double bed (140x190), a single bed (80x190) and private in suite bathroom with shower and toilet.
- The ship is based in Split
- Full crew onboard
- Ship type: Motorboat
- Length: 30 meters
- Width: 7 meters
- Speed: 10 knots
- Engines: 450 HP
Labrador's Charter prices:
Prices based on a 7-day charter with 36 guests. For a different length of stay please contact us.
Half board (Breakfast + Lunch)
Full Board (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
€ 140,00 per person per week
Includes Welcome Drink.
This is a basic overview of the expected costs. For exact pricing based on your specific wishes, we are happy to prepare you a quote
Aboard Labrador, you will feel at home in the cozy ambience, with a crew that will go above and beyond to make you feel welcome. Together you will enjoy a holiday you will never forget.
Captain Zoran was active in domestic shipping, together with his father, before he became the owner of Labrador. In the 1990s, they converted a cargo ship into an event ship. When the opportunity to buy Labrador presented itself in 2018, Captain Zoran seized the chance to become even more involved with passenger travel. Life in the shipping industry runs in the family, as his brother now also owns a ship for 36 passengers.