Dinghy and CAT Rental

In order to go afloat on your own, you must have obtained certain level of dinghy sailing or catamaran sailing skills. So if you are a sailor (no matter how expert or beginner as long as you observe basic maritime craftsmanship), please present any document that credibly proves your DINGHY or CATAMARAN sailing skills. The group of accepted documents not only include “official” RYA or VDWS etc. dinghy papers, but may be a simple written certification of a recognized sailor or trainer regarding ten basic dinghy skills. OR, simply demonstrate your skills to us! All it takes is a private “lesson” or “exam”, and if you “pass”, you’re done for good at our resort and you can take the boat type you’ve qualified for.
If sailing alone or as skipper is still a dream for you, it is high time to make up for it and you can sign up for one of our courses. After you’ve mastered basic skills in a proper beginner’s course you are granted with the option to rent out our dinghies or cats.
In any case, you should have mastered some 10 basic dinghy or catamaran skills (there are obvious overlaps in the two set of skills) including rightening a boat after capsize, man overboard rescue manoeuver, head into wind etc. The list and a sample certification sheet can be downloaded here:
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Rental terms and conditions are HERE.

Smooth Sailing!


Laser – sail-equipped watersport equipment

220px-Laser_Standard_160588_01Main specifications
LOA: 4,2 m
Beam: 1,39 m
Weight (hull): 58,97 kg
Sail area (standard): 7,06 sqm

Description
Perhaps the most popular and user-friendly sport dinghy, the one-sail Laser fits the need of both the learner and the performance seeking expert (in heavier winds). If you intend to become a real sailor, you cannot miss this stage of sailing.

Recommended for…
…those who intend to polish their sailing skills, either basics in easy conditions or advanced techniques in heavy weather, or those who sail alone.


420 dinghy 

Main specifications
Design: 2 handed, one harnessed sport monohull
LOA: 4,2 m
Mast height: 6,26 méter
Hull weight: 80 kg
Fore-and-aft sail area: 13,05 sqm
crew: 1-3 individuals (designed and raced for 2)

Description
The 420 is a very responsive, light but powerful dinghy for the crew of 2 (or sometimes 3). A very popular international class for introducing double hand sailing and harnessing for the crew. With the right technique and suitable conditions, the boat can be put to plane easily.

Recommended for…
…those who seek intensive sailing experience with their crew, want to try team sailing or are of lighter body weight.


Pirate (touring)

Main specifications
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Design: stable monohull, equipped with Bermudian rig
LOA: 5 m
Mast height: 6,29 m
Hull Weight: 218 kg
Basic sail area: 10 sqm
Crew: 1-4 individuals

Description
Very popular in Central Europe, including lake Balaton, as it is very easy to handle, very stable, and may take up to 4 individuals. Perfect for centreboarder sailing trips, learn to sail and team or family sailing.

Recommended for…
…those who go for a comfortable sailing up to 4 individuals at a time.


Pirate (race equipped)

Having the same dimensions as its touring brother, this boat is way more than that. It can be properly tuned in good hands and its race fitted control systems and quality sails make it feel THE sailboat.

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Recommended for…
…those who excel in sailing and love to have a race gear and boat in very good shape at hand.

Available only for those who completed an advanced class at our resort.