Croatia is a country rich in natural beauty and nowhere is that more evident, than the spectacular islands on the Dalmatian Coast. This beautiful coastline offers picturesque anchorages, fascinating history and gorgeous sailing conditions. We eat fresh fish from the ocean and sample an array of wonderful cuisine in the many quality restaurants en route or freshly prepared by your skipper on board our 50 foot yacht. Compliment your adventure with a visit to the ancient city of Dubrovnik and raft the Tara River in Montenegro.
We look forward to sharing this exciting destination with you soon.
Arrival into Split where your skipper will meet you and accompany you to your hotel in the picturesque old town of Trogir. Your skipper will meet you for a meal in one of the many excellent restaurants to give you a run down on the next few days of your trip.
After breakfast, we’ll take you to the marina where you’ll board your yacht and the skipper will give you a full safety briefing before we set sail. After a short sail we will reach fantastic bay of Krknjaši on Drvenik Veli island. We’ll have a swim and enjoy lunch in the azure waters. The afternoon, sees us sail the short distance to Solta where we anchor for the night and take in one of the many lovely restaurants.
All meals included
Take a dive off the yacht for a wake up swim and then the skipper will have breakfast ready as well as freshly brewed coffee. Our ‘planned’ destination for tonight is Starigrad, on the island of Hvar. Situated in a sheltered bay, we will anchor up and give you time to explore this fascinating town. We’ll enjoy one of the many seaside restaurants on offer.
All meals included
After a relaxed start to the day, we’ll sail towards Otok Scedro, a remote island. Here if we are lucky, we may get to see dolphins on route. Once anchored, take a swim or take the dinghy into shore for a short hike while your meal is prepared.
All meals included
Our hosts will deliver freshly baked croissants and bread direct to the yacht! Today our destination is the fascinating island of Vis. In Vis town, parts of the ancient city walls remain, along with a thermae (public bath). Levaman Fortress houses the Archaeological Museum, with exhibits including a 4th-century-B.C. bronze head of the goddess Artemis and amphorae recovered offshore. On a small peninsula, St. Jerome’s Church and Monastery is built over an ancient Roman theatre.
All meals included
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|Saturday 28 May 2022 - Sunday 5 June 2022||9 days||£3795||€4600||$5495|
|Saturday 23 July 2022 - Sunday 31 July 2022||9 days||£3795||€4600||$5495|
In order to give you increased flexibility for your vacation please call our UK or US office’s for advice on who to book your flights with. Alternatively, why not use your frequent flyer miles for your adventure? There are many options for your flight to Athens with Swiss, Lufthansa, BA Aegean or the Low Cost airline, Easyjet. Alternatively we have teamed up with GYT who can provide you with a competitive flight quote by filling out this form on the Water By Nature website. Please ensure you DO NOT book your flights until your trip is CONFIRMED.
PLEASE NOTE: Your arrival airport for this trip is Split (Airport Code SPU) and your departure Airport is Dubrovnik (DBV)
We have price and departure information about the following trips in Croatia (land prices only – flights not included).
In order to secure your place pay your deposit of £750 per person (USD$1000 for U.S. customers).
Please note that prices shown in Euros and USD are indicative only, as they fluctuate. The actual rate payable is always GBP only.
We find most of our clients have in their possession already what is needed for a sailing trip. We have broken down here the items into what you’ll need on the yacht, on the river and in camp. An equipment list of what you will require for your adventure will be sent to you prior to your departure.
River /sailing wear (rafting day trip):
For Port Visits, Hotels etc
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