The 66-foot-long Labrador offers a relaxing, traditional en-suite cruise with plenty of luxuries while providing an outstanding economical charter option for sailing the Croatian coast and visiting nearby islands like glamourous Hvar and storybook Korcula. She comes with the latest navigational and safety gear and hosts 18 spacious, air-conditioned cabins with private bathrooms, accommodating up to 36 guests and boasts an exceptional crew with local knowledge to ensure a memorable trip. Her outdoor living spaces are a popular place to enjoying relaxing and refreshing, including an expansive sundeck for sunbathing and an elegant, air-conditioned indoor salon.
The Labrador accommodates a maximum of 36 guests in 18 en-suite cabins, all of which are fully air conditioned for your comfort. She has six on the main deck, three of which include doubles, with the other three all twins. There are eight cabins on the top deck, two with doubles and six with twins. The remaining four are below deck, half with double beds and the other half with twin beds. Each one has a private bathroom with a shower and toilet along with all the necessary safety features like lifejackets and emergency flares.
Facilities & Public Areas
Guests can enjoy conversation and relaxing in the air-conditioned saloon where freshly prepared meals are served and take advantage of multiple outdoor living spaces too. Look forward to sunbathing and grilling on the sundeck and getting out on the water with multiple water toys available. Labrador comes equipped with fishing and snorkeling gear, water skis, a sea scooter, wakeboard, and Zodiac boat. You’ll also be able to enjoy your favorite tunes with audio systems that include full surround sound. There are TVs with DVD and CD players, and Wi-Fi is included as well.
One of the most popular crew members onboard is the chef who will cater to the needs of all members of your group. Mediterranean and international dishes are prepared featuring the freshest local ingredients, available on a half-board (breakfast and lunch) basis. You’ll be given a list of the foods served onboard to specify what you’d like removed and added, that along with allergy information, will all be forwarded to the chef. Your drinks can be purchased individually at the bar, paid according to consumption. You can bring your own by paying a corkage fee or select a domestic all-inclusive non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverage package.