Beneteau has delivered a vessel that offers tremendous style, performance and outdoor facilities. Operating the Antares 13.80 from the flying bridge will be the first option, but Beneteau's designers and engineers included a lower helm station for those days when the family is willing and ready but the weather is less so.
The main saloon is luxurious living environment that is at once modern and traditional, bathed in natural light. There are three cabins and two heads, and no skimping on space in any of them. The forward stateroom boasts a large island bed, flat-screen TV and plenty of storage. There's also a separate bathroom for guests, so the owners can retain their privacy at all times.
The aft cockpit is quite generous, covered and flows through to the swim platform. The bridge has two seats at the helm, a table and settee and a good-sized sun pad. Once aboard you will find that the transom doubles as an impromptu seat.
Location: Marina Dalmacija, Sukosan
Address: Bibinje-Sukošan 1, 23206
Berths: 1200 wet, 300 dry
Marina Dalmacija disposes with 1.400 sea moorings and the required number of electricity and water connections and a remarkable number of dry docks on land that makes it the biggest nautical center. Among the other services at your disposal there is also a shop, cafe restaurant, fuel station and a great number of sanitary facilities.
The Zadar airport is only 11 km far away from Sukosan, and there are regular flights from Zagreb on a daily basis. You can reach Sukosan by car if travelling via Trieste, Rijeka, and then use the Adriatic highway toward Zadar, if you prefer to travel along the coast. Or you can use the highway when you reach Rijeka or the junction ZutaLokva near the town Senj, about 60 km south of Rijeka, and continue driving toward Zadar. If you are arriving from the direction of north, the highway Zagreb - Split is the fastest way. Or you can use the alternative, i.e. the old route Zagreb - Karlovac - Plitvice- Gracac -Zadar. There are bus lines from every bigger Western European cities to Zadar. Regular bus lines connect Zadar and Sukosan on a daily basis, and you can also use the taxi service. Via railway, Zadar is via Knin connected with Zagreb and the rest of Europe. Regular bus lines connect Zadar and Sukosan on a daily basis, and you can also use the taxi service. If travelling by ship, you can use one of the regular ferry lines from Rijeka toward Zadar or international ferry lines from Ancona toward Zadar. The trip from Ancona to Zadar lasts 7 hours, however, there are also hydrofoil boats, lasting 3 hours.