Kneza has a rich history and is also the oldest ship in our fleet.
She was built in 1878 as a sailing cargo ship and sailed under the name "Slavni Josip.”
In 1924 she was one of the first ships to be converted into a motor boat.
During the first world war, Kneza was used by the "Botor-Kotorska" navy and was also used prior to the World War II.
In 1944 the ship ended up in Italy and was there until the end of WWII.
In 1948 the ship was seized by Yugoslavia and donaten it to the transport company "Dupin" in Sibenik.
The name was changed to "Kneza" after a place on the island of Korcula. Despite the fact that the ship has already been through so much, it is very well maintained and still looks very beautiful.
- Air conditioning in saloon and corridor bellow deck
- Spacious lounge for 28 guests
- Surround sound stereo system
- Fully equipped bar
- Smoke detector and safe in each cabin
- Tender with outboard motor
14x Twin cabins
cabins with bunk beds, approximately 5m², washbasin with mirror, closet and storage space available
- The base of this ship is in Split
- Type of ship: Motor boat
- Length: 28 meters
- Width: 6 meters
- Engine: FAMOS 260HP
- Speed: 6.5 knots
- Generator: 10kW
- Number of cabins: 14 (12 standard cabins + 2 premium cabins with toilet and shower on sun deck)
- Number of passengers: 28
- Number of toilets/shower: 4
- Sun deck: 70sqm
Kneza's charter prices:
Per person based on 33 guests
Prices based on a 7-day charter. For a different length of stay please contact us.
Kneza cabin prices:
Minimum number of participants required for guaranteed departure, otherwise you will be offered an alternative ship, comparable to Kneza
Half board (Breakfast + Lunch)
Full Board (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
Includes captain’s dinner and 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.