Sail Croatia and discover one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe. Book a yacht with your friends, pack light and join us in a truly amazing experience. Spend 7 days in some of the most gorgeous sceneries you’ll see in your lifetime, discover historic ports and experience the true culture of Croatia. Here’s how your week will look like if you sail Croatia with us.
● Shared accommodation in double cabin
● Food for (breakfast, lunch, diner) / self service
● Certified Professional Skipper
● Sets of bedsheets and towels
● Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
● Insurance for the yacht
● Snorkelling equipment
● Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)
● Cash box (mandatory): 150 Euros per person per cruise payable in cash on spot upon arrival.
(Cash box includes, depending on the route)
● National park fees
● Tourist taxes and landing fees on the islands
● Mooring fees
● Possible re-fills of water, fuel, gas, fresh products
● Miscellaneous : repurchase of broken crockery, lost fishing lines or lures
Start your sailing holiday in Maslinica. Once a fishermen village, Maslinica has become Dalamatia’s yachting hotspots. The newley built marina, the historic Marchi castle and the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea attract thousands of sailing afficionados every year. Walk to the center of Maslinica and you will find numerous bakeries, supermarkets and some really good restaurants and bars. If you want to dine watching the waves roll in, there is a cocktail bar and a restaurant on the waterfront, just above the bay. Party animals are welcomed at Šešula bay. Located just next door to Maslinica, Sesula bay is the perfect getaway from the stress of life.
Komiža is a small fishing village located on the western coastline of the Vis Island. Stroll along the narrow streets and discover this charming little village. Make sure to stop and admire the stone houses squeezed together along the harbor and soak up the sun on one of Komiža’s numerous beautiful beaches.
Croatia sailing is all about discovering natural bays, hidden caves and exploring the charming beauty of the Adriatic Sea. On day three, we take off from Komiža and sail to the Modra špilja blue cave, one of the most beautiful caves in the region. But the fun only begins. On our way to Vis Island, we will take swim breaks in some of the numerous deserted bays found alongside the south coastline or in the small archipelago located East side of the island.
Once we’ll get to Vis, we will take over this historic island. Vis, an old military facility, was forbidden to foreigners until the late 80’s. Make sure to visit the island and discover its numerous tunnels and hidden hangars.
You can’t sail Croatia without a stop in Hvar. With its breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage and wild nightlife, Hvar was dubbed the St. Tropez of Croatia. This is, without doubt, the highlight or our Croatia sailing holidays. Explore the city and take in its beauty, order something you can’t pronounce and enjoy a fruity cocktail at one of the many beach-bars and nightclubs.
Founded in the 15th century as a fishing harbor, Vrboska is best known for the fortress Church of Sv. Marija (St Mary), built as a refuge for its inhabitants during the 16th century. Apart of this genuine cultural site, Vrboska offers romantic walks alongside the banks of its canal. It’s the perfect place to chill out after a crazy night out in Hvar.
Our Croatia sailing week is almost over. It’s time to sail home. But before we do this, we will have several swim breaks in one of the coves at the north shores of the island or at Krknjaši bay, island Drvenik Veli, or around island Sv. Fumija. Sail Croatia with us and enjoy the ultimate carefree experience. Swim in a different bay every day, discover historic harbors and enjoy the Croatian lifestyle.
Closest airport is Split Airport, also known as Resnik Airport (SPU). It’s easy to get from Split Airport to Trogir.
Taxi: From Split airport the trip will cost around €40 (300 Kuna) and will bring you directly to the marina.
Bus: Across the street from the airport is the local bus 37 which takes you to Trogir. Make sure to tell the bus driver to leave you at the correct stop. Buses go hourly and cost approximately €3 (22 Kuna).