Custom • 2016 • 26.8m
The luxury super yacht MORNING STAR offers accommodation for 14 guests in 6 cabins consisting of. Further guest accommodation is also available in another 6 cabins.
MORNING STAR also accommodates up to 4 crew on-board to ensure you have a relaxed luxurious charter experience and all of your needs are catered for while on board.
The specifications on board the beautifully built 88 ft / 26.8 m Custom launched in 2008 and later refit in 2016 include full air conditioning, stabilisers for a smooth ride by counteracting roll caused by waves or wind as well as an extensive list of amenities and toys.
While chartering in the East Mediterranean the luxury super yacht MORNING STAR and her crew of 4 will be sure to satisfy all of your needs and make sure you enjoy your experience.
DVD player saloon
Tube - towable
Water skis - adult
13ft/4m RIB 40hp
Domagoj Trgo is the captain and owner of the gulet Morning Star. He was born on the 3rd of December in 1983. He attended a vocational high school to gain education as a shipbuilding technician, and then moved on attend the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split, earning the title of shipbuilding engineer. He moved on to earn his qualification as a yacht captain for yachts up to 500 GT. He spent the next few years working as a crew member on yachts in Croatia, focusing on nautical tourism and learning from captains with many years of experience. In the summer of 2006, Domagoj became the owner of the gullet Atlantia, and he continued gaining experience as a captain and as a host. His hard work and dedication earned him and his gullet a great reputation. In 2015, he bought the gullet Morning Star and refitted it. With a new ship, Domagoj is proving himself as an excellent captain and his guests love him because of his cheerful attitude and kind manners. Domagoj speaks English and Croatian. His family is connected to nautical professions, so he has spent his whole life connected to the sea. From an early age, he started spending time on boats, sailing, swimming and playing water polo. Nowadays, he spends most of his time working on his boat and business, but when he finds free time, he enjoys reading, spending time with friends and playing football. He is married to a lovely girl who has similar interests, she studied oceanography and marine research.
Ivan Trgo is the sailor on the gullet Morning Star. He was born on the 19th of March in 1988. He attended vocational high school for electronic technicians. After high school, he attended the Maritime Faculty in Split, getting a degree in nautical science, and a skipper license. He has worked on numerous ships as a sailor and waiter, in several restaurants as a waiter, and he also worked as an electrician in the Split shipyards. In the recent years, he has joined his brother Domagoj in the family business. He has been helping with designing and maintaining the ship. During the year, he lives in Ireland, so his English is at an excellent level. In his free time, he loves reading, music and travelling. He is a very friendly and cheerful person, and his love for travel and meeting new people makes him an excellent host and communicator.
Krešimir Trgo was born on 11 November 2000. Although very young he is experienced in working as a sailor and a waiter. He was connected with the sea from the early ages, as he started sailing with Optimist on his own when he was 7 years old. During that time, he learned all about the winds and currents and gained his knowledge of life on the sea. When he was 16 he started working with his brother Domagoj on their yacht Morning Star and from that time on he succeeds to win over all the guests with his smile and kindness. Meanwhile, he learned all about luxury service while working on yacht and in restaurants. At this moment, during the winter, he is studying Maritime Electrotechnical and Information Technologies on Faculty of maritime studies.
Our chef Jure Bilandžić who has a contagiously cheerful temper was born May 13th 1985 in Sinj, a small town near Split where he also finished his education. He dedicated his life to always gaining new experiences so he even spent some time abroad to learn new skills. He worked in one of the oldest restaurants in Croatia located in Dalmatia, so he is very well practiced and loves Mediterranean cuisine, especially sea food. His hobbies are painting, statuary and photography which means his food will always look great on the plate but probably taste even better. He speaks fluent English and has some German knowledge as well.
- Yacht name
26.8m / 88ft
7.5m / 24'7
2.6m / 8'6
- Speed (cruising)
14.8kph / 8kn
- Speed (max)
18.5kph / 10kn
- Fuel consumption (cruising)
35lph / 9.2gph
IVECO AIFO 450hp