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Sailing Holidays Croatia

Discover Croatia’s stunning islands by sailing in its famed Adriatic waters. Be it private yacht charter or cabin cruise, your vacation will surely be unforgettable.

An ideal time for sailing excursions in Croatia is May and October when the season starts to wind down, when crowds have diminished and temperatures remain warm enough for swimming and winds are steady.

Sailing boats

Croatia sailing tours provide an unforgettable way to experience its islands and crystal clear water, while meeting like-minded people. Choose from monohulls or catamarans; renting one with double cabins may be ideal if traveling as a couple, allowing for better enjoyment while out on the water and away from shorelines.

Croatia’s yachting season typically runs from May through mid-October. July and August tend to bring warm, sunny weather; however, marinas become extremely crowded with price increases increasing accordingly. Spring and fall shoulder seasons bring cooler temperatures with less crowds – ideal times for relaxing in a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere.

Cabin charters

Cabin charters in Croatia can provide an ideal way for solo and small-group travelers to experience the Adriatic coast and Dalmatian islands without incurring the costs associated with chartering an entire yacht. Cruise itineraries range from two to seven days, departing major ports such as Dubrovnik, Split and Opatija; Katarina Line provides cruises that include roundtrip travel among UNESCO sites such as Hvar, Korcula, Mljet and Vis.

Cruise fares include breakfast, three-course lunches and dinners featuring traditional Croatian cuisine, a captain’s dinner event, tour guide services and additional meals and drinks (otherwise additional fees will apply). Navigator and Explorer voyages feature Standard category ships equipped with bunk beds and shared bathroom facilities while Premier category vessels on Elegance cruises feature more spacious accommodations that boast private bathrooms as well as shipboard hosts as well as transportation between ports.

Enclosed swimming pools

Croatia’s Mediterranean waters are known for being exceptionally calm and crystal clear – perfect for island hopping and exploring its many hidden coves along the Adriatic coast. Additionally, you can learn about Croatia’s extensive history on an expert-guided tour.

One of the best ways to see Croatia’s breathtaking coastline and islands is aboard a traditional local ship – one which holds up to 40 passengers comfortably and conveniently. A week-long cruise typically docks each afternoon in a different port, giving passengers time to visit important sights while experiencing delicious meals on land.

Water activities

Sailing holidays Croatia are ideal for families and new sailors looking to learn the ropes without being overwhelmed with details. A local skipper can recommend routes suited for weather conditions as well as recommend swimming spots, restaurants, and islands to visit.

Croatia is most often associated with sailing between May and September; however, sometimes this season extends into October as well. You’ll get to enjoy warm temperatures without large crowds.

Most yachts are available to charter from Saturday to Saturday; however, some companies provide one-way trips at an additional cost. Although prices for yachts tend to increase during high season, early booking can bring discounts of up to 20% in terms of savings on your holiday costs.

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