Home port: Split (CRO)
Cabins: 4
Lenght: 74 ft

Cloudy Bay Sunseeker Manhattan 73

A CLOUDY BAY is the only Manhattan 73 on the market fitted with the bigger MTU engines. The interior is a one off unique design; the black American walnut satin finish with wedge timber planks flooring in the saloon, dining and helm area highlight the sophistication of the yacht’s interior. ‘Cloudy Bay’ has been a family boat and always maintained to a great standard by the captain and crew. The yacht has 4 beautiful cabins for 8 guests and with additional crew cabin for 2. She is an extremely well-equipped yacht, fitted with an impressive list of extras such as Bose system, Apple universal iPod docks connected with the TV’s in all of the cabins, a Bose entertainment surround Sound system, dimmer switches on all interior lighting, electric BBQ grill on the flybridge, and much more. Berthed in Marina Trogir, ‘Cloudy Bay’ is located just 10 minutes away from Split airport. The cruising area consists of over 1,000 islands for you to explore, including the popular island of Hvar just a 1 hours cruise from the home berth.

Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: ‘Cloudy Bay’ is an extremely well-equipped yacht, with features including Apple universal iPod docks connected with the televisions in all of the cabins, a Bose entertainment surround Soundsystem fitted all throughout the yacht, dimmer switches on all interior lighting, electric BBQ grill on the flybridge, Samsung 55” television in the saloon, blu-ray, and much more.

  • Lenght: 22.60m
  • Cabins: 4
  • Berth: 8
  • Year: 2012
  • Cruising Speed: 22 kts
  • Home port: Split (CRO)
  • Crew: 2

  • Price low season: 28.000,00 Eur
  • Price high season: 32.000,00 Eur

Charter price includes: Yacht accommodation, crew service, tender, water sport equipment, bed linen and towels

Extras: VAT, delivery/re-delivery fee (if applicable)

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Tehnical Specifications

  • Length: 22.60 metres (74’ 2”)
  • Beam: 5.73 metres (18’ 10”)
  • Draft: 1.6 metres (5’ 4”)
  • Built: 2012
  • Builder:
  • Sunseeker Hull Construction: GRP
  • Hull Configuration: Planing hull
  • Cabins: 3 Double, 1 Twin (3 Double, 2 Single)
  • Engines: MTU 12V 2000 M94 1622hp
  • Cruising Speed: 22 knots
  • Fuel Consumption: 330 Litres/Hr
  • Two generators
  • Fin stabilizers
  • JMS x2
  • Water maker
  • Guests: 9
  • Crew: 2 

Tender and Sea Toys

  • Tenders + Toys AVON 4.5 RB with 70HP
  • Water skis
  • Wakeboard
  • Towable ringo
  • Lazy Lagoon
  • 2 x Seabob with fast charge



Kurt Weiss - growing up on the South coast of Portugal, Captain Kurt learnt to sail when he was just a child, progressing to motorboats as a teenager. He fell in love with boats from an early age and has a great respect for the ocean and all its natural beauty. After starting off his career in hospitality and working as a restaurant manager for a number of years, Captain Kurt decided to look for a career in the yachting world and got a job at the Vilamoura On-deck RYA training centre, where he soon progressed to become an instructor for motor yachts, powerboats and Jet skis. Captain Kurt has now been working in Croatia for the last seven years. He likes to use his local knowledge of Croatia, as well as his expertise as a captain, to cater to his guests so that they can have the experience of a lifetime whilst on board.


Josip Mioc Josip was born in Metkovic, a small town near Dubrovnik, Croatia. He has always had a passion for cookery and art, which lead him to join a cookery school, Josip then continued his education in the branch of hospitality and tourism. Josip has been working on the Croatian coast in cities such as Dubrovnik, Novalja, Peninsula Pelješac and Split. In the winter seasons Josip has been working in fine dining restaurants in Zagreb, including a managerial role at Johann Franck, famous for its food within Croatia. He’s since discovered his love for the sea, and is very excited about progressing his career in the world of nautical tourism. Josip loves boats and enjoys everything about working onboard, including cooking delicious meals, serving his guests with a smile and docking the boat in the port.