Built by acclaimed British yacht builder Princess Yachts in 2007, Mali Mornari is a beautiful Princess V65 model that promises exceptional open-style living.
Three cabins, all ensuite, are able to welcome six guests, with accommodation for two crew. Guest suites include the large double Master, a double and twin. A timeless, elegant interior features beautiful materials including gloss woods and a light palette of soft furnishings. The spacious main saloon, which connects directly to the cockpit, features lounge seating, coffee table and the helm station. A well-appointed modern galley is located on the lower deck.
Mali Mornari has been designed to suit on water living, with an open-style layout. A large cockpit has been tailored for socializing and relaxing by the water, with features including sunpads, padded seating, a coffee table and wet bar. Steps lead directly on to the large swimming platform, which is an enjoyable base for water activity and has garage storage for the yacht’s tender. The foredeck seating area with sunpads and optional bimini shading, is a popular space for relaxing in the sunshine.
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Born and raised in Zadar Croatia, Filip studied Business and Economics in Zagreb followed by an MBA at the same university. During his studies he also worked in the UK on the London Insurance Market. Filip started his career in the yachting industry in 2009; he joined the leading yachting company in Greece and then went on to become a company managing partner of the Croatian and Montenegro offices. He has built a strong Client base in the region and is expanding IYC’s operation in the still growing region.Filip believes in transparency, strongly values a professional approach and always aims to put the Client’s interest first. A sailor and diver all his life, he is passionate about all sports and outdoors activities.
Sebastian grew up in Zadar, a city in Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. His passion for yachting and sea can be traced back to his preprofessional days; whether as a competitor in regattas or just sailing with his family, he has been on the path to the yachting industry from the very start.
Shortly after he finished college, Sebastian became a licensed insurance broker and joined IYC in 2015. He established business relationships with leading Underwriters in the market and he has been managing risks and claims for the largest yachts in the region ever since.
His dedication, perseverance and fresh approach to the dynamic market have been strongly valued, as he always aims to find the finest solution for his Clients.
In his spare time Sebastian enjoys sailing, extreme sports and seeking adventures in every corner of the world.