Croatia Package Includes
7 nights sailing Croatia
Air-conditioned stateroom on a Lagoon 450
Experienced Captain and Chef
Gourmet meals-including appetizers and desserts
Standard open bar
On board sporting equipment
For your Croatian sailing adventure, you will fly into the city of Split. With a population of nearly 400,000, this is the second largest city in all of Croatia and the main hub for international travelers to the region. You will board the yacht at 3:00 pm. You will disembark the yacht at 8:00 am on the last day of your charter.
Our Base Location: Rogoznica
Hotel Stay Options:
For guests choosing to come in early or stay later for a few days we can recommend options. Please ask your reservations agent for details.
US Citizens must have a valid passport. Citizens of other countries should confirm entry requirements with their consulate.
CROATIA- SAMPLE ITINERARY
Brac is the largest of the Dalmatian islands, we reach the town of Milna. As we approach the main bay of Milan you will notice grand buildings that line the coast. These structures were originally owned by the19th century shipbuilders and captains when Milna was one of the Adriatic’s mainshipbuilding ports. Now the town’s main industry is tourism.
We will sail southwest to the island of Vis. The furthest island off the mainland of Croatia, Vis is known for its agriculture industry. Herbs such as rosemary and sage flourish in the island’s unique climate. Established in 397 BC, the town of Vis is Dalmatia’s oldest settlement. Beautiful 16th and 17th century stone buildings are nestled below the 2000 footmountains covered in spruce trees making for the most picturesque setting. As you explore Vis you’ll get the chance to experience the local shops, chic restaurants and fantastic nightlife in this amazing and historic village.
We sail to experience the caves and beauty of Blue Grotto. We arrive around lunch and anchor in this mystical world of limestone cliffs lined with incredible caverns inviting you to explore. Sunlight illuminating off the water casts hues of blue on the cave’s walls making for one of the most spectacular snorkeling experiences imaginable. Back on board, we enjoy a delicious lunch and then continue along the coast of Vis taking in the beauty of this lush island. There are a wide variety of cultures to the island of Vis and at our next stop we’ll experience the small fishing village of Komiza. As we sail into the deep bay of Komiza, you’ll notice St. Nicholas Monastery perched above the village. We’ll pull in to port and get a brief orientation before you explore some of Komiza’s ancient churches, browse the galleries and taste the local wines for which Komiza is now known. Choose from a number of fantastic gastronomic options and enjoy the local entertainment to cap off your evening.
Consistently listed on Conde Nast Travelers’ top 10 island destinations in the world, Hvar receives the most sunshine of any of the islands in the Adriatic. It has an unusually fertile coastal plan and fresh water springs which is evident from the hillsides covered with vineyards, olive groves, fruit orchards and lavender fields. In Medieval times, Hvar City was a naval base for the Venetian Empire when prosperity brought culture, the arts and one of the region’s finest public theaters.
As we sail into the main bay of Hvar City, you’ll notice a bustle of activity. The harbor dotted with mega yachts, sun-soaked beaches, and a vibrant retail district have made this one of the region’s most popular tourist destinations. Spend your day exploring the streets lined with shops and art galleries, enjoy the local entertainers or relax on one of the nearby beaches. But be certain to pace yourself… for Hvar City is famous for its unmatched nightlife, and if you’re up for it, this could be the night that you dance until dawn.
In 305 A.D, Roman Emperor Diocletian, who ruled the entire world at that time, decided to build a home where he intended to enjoy the remainder of his life. The location he chose would become the city of Split. As the largest city on the Adriatic coast, Split has been under Roman, Yugoslavian, Italian, French, Venetian and Austrian control. The mix of these architecture styles can be seen throughout the city’s historical complex, designated by the UNESOC as a World Heritage site.
When you leave the yacht you will take with you the memories of exciting sailing, beautiful sunsets, mouth-watering food and newfound friends.
Rates are all-inclusive of Captain, Chef, 1 dinner, 6 lunches, 7 breakfasts, appetizers, snacks, standard bar, snorkel gear, sea kayak, stand up paddle board, and taxes.
Book By the Stateroom Provisioning Details: Menu offered is a delicious variety of cuisine planned in advanced to accommodate our guests throughout the course of the week. Some snacks and fruit will be provided in addition to the set meals. Chefs cater to any food allergies or special dietary requirements and guests are asked to indicate this information on pre charter preference forms.
Book By the Stateroom Occupancy Details: Occupancy aboard some our catamarans is limited to 8 guests in total (including children) in Croatia. When chartering with children under the age of 16, you must reserve all guest cabins on the yacht.
Payment Details - A 50% deposit is required for all bookings. Balance of charter amount is due 60 days prior to departure. A 100% deposit is required for reservations made inside 90 days.
What's Not Included in Package Price: Six dinners ashore on Croatia charters, gratuities for crew, special requested liquors and transfers to base location.