Wedding on a boat
If you are dreaming about a wedding on a boat in Croatia, surrounded by the best friends while sailing in the sunset, look no further. Pre-book on time!
If you are looking for a boat suitable for different types of events like boat weddings in Croatia, Split boat excursion, the event on a boat Croatia or just unique hang out with your work colleagues, business partners or friends for up to 150 people, seems like you are at the right place.
Boat Polaris can be the boat for important business meetings and party boat Croatia, with a lot of good music, food, and beverages. If you choose the wedding on a boat, pre-wedding dinner, event, congress, or similar you will find out that you are sailing with a proud member of Invasion on Normandy (D-Day). Yes, Polaris is part of the world`s history, finally staying at your disposal. Polaris has well equipped, air-conditioned saloon with a bar on which we serve all types of drinks. At the stern is a covered area with cozy chairs and small tables, lounge bar style. At the top is the spacious sun deck, therefore you can dance with the DJ or sit and enjoy the view on the islands during your wedding on a boat. Below the deck, we have four toilets as well as a galley where our chef prepares homemade delicacies for you. Furthermore, use Polaris even for boat transfers in Croatia or boat excursions from Split. Because you will enjoy it in any way!
The ship was built in 1943 in the American Shipbuilding Company, Buffalo, USA. It was used in World War II during the invasion of Normandy (D Day). In 1950, after completing its initial mission, a company from Newcastle named France, Fenwick, Tyne & Wear Co. Ltd bought it. Till 1970 the ship sailed under the British flag with the name Grangetown. In 1970 Brodospas, a ship recovery and towing company from Split purchased the ship where it was to be used as a ship tower until 1992. Our family purchased it in 1992 and in 2007 gave it the current shape of the sailing yacht. This beautiful yacht with all the amenities of the 21st century yet retains the look of an early 20th-century sailing vessel.
1943 Defence Plant Corporation 95, USA
1943 Transferred to the United States Army; renamed ST 764
1950 Sold to France, Fenwick Tyne & Wear Co Ltd: renamed GRANGETOWN
1970 Sold to “Brodospas”, Yugoslavia; renamed POLARIS
1992 Finally Sold to I & F Tomic, Croatia, converted to a yacht in 2007