The elegant cruiser ‘Monet’, owned by Brodosplit-Plovidba has returned to the fleet of British company Noble Caledonia, the Croatian shipyard said on Friday.
Noble Caledonia is the world’s leading operator for small boat cruises and after a two-year delay caused by the pandemic, Brodosplit’s romantic cruiser has returned to its fleet.
‘Monet’, which is 68 metres long and can reach a speed of 12 knots, is decorated with a ‘Gatsby’ interior and decks with plenty of seating space to read and relax.
‘Monet’ has 30 cabins which can accommodate 60 passengers cared for by 27 crew members. All cabins are air conditioned, have a mini bar, telephone, LED TV and Wi-Fi Internet.
The cruiser is named after the French Impressionist painter Oscar-Claude Monet, whose faithful reproductions filled all public space and passenger cabins.
The library offers a range of books and magazines, and the open-air bar & lounge changes into a comfortable place to relax and dance.
“Welcome to Noble Caledonia, Captain, said Mike Deegan, director of the fleet of ships, handing the company flag to Monet Captain, Josip Pađen. The ship successfully passed the inspection before the start of the cruise, so I am delighted to be able to award you the flag of our company. I wish you safe sailing and calm sea. Good luck on boarding the first guests in a few weeks,” said Deegan.