Olimp is a custom-built luxury small ship that accommodates 36 guests onboard. This impressive vessel features a modern, sleek design and ample deck space to relax, socialise and take in the beautiful Adriatic view! Olimp also features a swimming platform for easy access into the water.
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Olimp provides ample deck space to relax and unwind onboard. The Top Deck offers both shaded and full sun areas to relax on the provided sunloungers. Take a dip in the Top Deck jacuzzi whilst enjoying the sunshine and the impressive view.
The Main Deck offers a shaded outdoor lounge area that is perfect to sip on your morning coffee as you cruise to your next destination. A swimming platform is available at the rear of the ship for easy access in and out of the water.
Olimp's salon is a spacious area designed for dining with fellow travellers onboard. The Dining Salon is where a buffet breakfast and 3-course lunch are served daily, as well as the onboard Captains Dinner. A fully stocked bar can also be found inside the dining salon, serving both international and local drinks.
Olimp features an indoor lounge area that is ideal for reading, relaxing and socialising.
Cabins onboard Olimp are located either Above or Lower deck, and are fitted with twin or double beds.
These cabins are complete with air-conditioning and all bedding, as well as a towel for showering and swimming.
Each ensuite features a shower, toilet, basin, mirror and hairdryer. The bathrooms onboard Olimp are spacious and contemporary.
The crew onboard Olimp are well known for their friendliness, welcoming nature and incredible hospitality. At the centre of Olimp's crew lies Anton, the ships' owner and Captain.
Anton's family has been working in shipping and tourism for generations, and have previously built two other ships. In Anton’s own words his bond with Sail Croatia is both ‘personal and professional’, based on mutual ‘respect, trust and admiration’.
The name Olimp may seem unusual to some, but for Anton, this was the most logical and fitting choice. Olimp is derived from the Croatian version of Olympus - the home of the ancient Greek Gods in mythology. The name accurately represents the robustness and grandiosity of the ship perfectly.