Goolets unveils eco-friendly superyacht charter fleet
The global charter operator has introduced DS Yachts, which currently offers 11 Croatia-based superyachts designed to “revolutionise sustainability”.
Goolets, a leading global charter company, has been appointed as the Central Agent for DS Yachts (Dalmatico Super Yachts), which offers an 11-strong fleet of accordable, eco-friendly superyachts for charter in Croatia. The yachts range from 28-52m and offer between four to 19 cabins for up to 39 guests.
“These groundbreaking ‘smart vessels’ revolutionise sustainability in charter superyachts with unmatched fuel efficiency, offering an eco-conscious luxury travel experience,” Goolets stated.
The fleet is headed by the 48m Freedom, which was refurbished to provide 11 cabins – including two huge master suites – instead of 18 and was profiled in Charter in YACHT STYLE Issue 66 (click for article).
Freedom is the most expensive yacht in the fleet, chartering from €100,000 per week (inclusive of food and fuel) and accommodating over 20 guests. Traditional superyachts in Europe that accommodate up to 12 guests typically start from about €250,000 per week.
The 49m Ohana (14 cabins) and 52m Bellezza (18 cabins) both charter from €80,000, while the 49m Queen Eleganza (17 cabins), 47m Bella and 48m Riva (both 18 cabins) start from €74,000, €65,000 and €60,000 respectively.
The 48m Cristal (19 cabins) and 52m Alfa Mario (18 cabins) both charter from €55,000, while the 48m Karizma (18 cabins) starts from €40,000. The 28m motorsailer Santa Clara (four cabins) starts from €36,000, while another motorsailer, the 37m Maxita, will be ready in 2024 and charter from €61,000.
As well as huge guest capacity and low charter prices, the DS Yachts fleet is also notable for its low fuel consumption, with Goolets saying the models consume up to 70 per cent less than comparably-sized yachts. For example, Freedom consumes an average of 100 litres per hour when cruising at 8.6 knots.
Offering an opportunity to appreciate the beauty of the Adriatic Sea in an environmentally friendly manner, the DS Yachts fleet managed by Goolets offers a more affordable option for larger groups along with a luxurious onboard experience, privacy, exclusivity and five-star service.
Mitja Mirtic, CEO and founder of Goolets, said: “We’re thrilled to offer our clients a new fleet of superyachts that redefine luxury yachting with their exceptional fuel efficiency.
“We firmly believe luxury should not come at the expense of our planet, so we’re committed to providing our clients with an environmentally conscious alternative that is both affordable and luxurious.”
Founded in 2005, Goolets is one of the leading luxury charter companies in Croatia and also operates in Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, Indonesia and the Caribbean.
Recognised by esteemed media outlets such as CNN, Forbes, Boat International and Yacht Style, Goolets consistently receives overwhelmingly positive reviews from satisfied clients who appreciate the exceptional service and unforgettable memories created during their charters.
CGI of Maxita
Due to high demand, Goolets’ booking schedule is almost full for 2023, while the 2024 season is already seeing a significant increase in interest for DS Yachts’ eco-friendly yachts. Interested parties are strongly advised to secure their preferred charter dates promptly to avoid disappointment.