Gabriel II is a Dufour 460 Grand Large sailing yacht, based in Rogoznica, Croatia.

  • 14,15 m long
  • A beam of 4,50 m
  • draught of 2,20 m (7 ft)
  • The year 2016
  • 4 cabins for 8 passengers
  • 4 showers with a toilet
  • registered for 10 people

She sails under the Croatian flag with full batten mainsail and a self-tacking jib. The engine has 75 hp with a fuel capacity of 250,00 L. Water tanks have a capacity of 530,00 L.

Gabriel II


Gabriel’s II base is Rogoznica. Rogoznica is a popular tourist village on the Dalmatian coast that lies in the southernmost part of the Šibenik-Knin County, in a deep bay sheltered from the wind, about 30 km from Šibenik.

Rogoznica has a 54 km long coastline and geographic position located in the center of Dalmatia. Rogoznica separates North and South Adriatic, which is extremely emphasized by very specific climatological behavior in this area, or more precisely at the Rogoznica’s cape Planka.

There we have direct combat of different climates, winds, and sea currents, or locally said, the fight of ‘Bura and Jugo’ (northern and southern wind).

With its location, Rogoznica represents a perfect location, a great starting point for all routes in the closer and wider area.

Marina Frappa

With Gabriel II you can sail for 7 or 14 days through the Split or Šibenik Archipelago. Charter of Gabriel II is possible in the standard charter week, which means from Saturday to Saturday.

There are exceptions for the low season when it can be rented also in other nonstandard periods.

Gabriel II can take you north or south where you can visit beautiful cities on the Dalmatian coast and experience the greek and roman heritage that is still preserved or the sunny islands with some of the most breathtaking beaches in the Adriatic sea.

In addition, we will recommend some of the best restaurants on your sailing route where you can eat traditional (and fresh) Croatian or Mediterranean food. For all the vegetarians out there, we also have great options.

Remember: respect marine life and Keep the Seas Clean!

We wish you fair winds