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Croatian Kuna

Split airport

Croatian (English widely spoken)

€3 a pint

Central Dalmatia

Croatia is home to more than 1000 islands and islets over its 2000km of rugged Adriatic coast.

Along this magnificent stretch; Roman remains stand guard over sheltered harbors; olive groves rise above winding backstreets in tumble-down villages; remote pebble beaches give way to hedonistic party towns.

It is this stunning archipelago, coupled with the country’s balmy climate and calm seas that make Croatia an unbeatable sailing destination.

Our carefully crafted route blends adventure, history, exploration, nightlife, and tranquillity.

Why Croatia?

Thousands of spectacular, unspoiled bays 

Delicious seafood around every corner

Crystal clear, clean waters

Easy, calm sailing in the beautifully protected Adriatic sea

Beautiful Venitian architecture in small towns steeped with history 

World-renowned nightlife

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Day 1 - Solta

Arrive in Split before departing that evening to your own stunning private cove on the island of Solta. Paddle around in the crystal clear waters of your private swimming pool...


Day 2 - Komiza

Mama Mia! The town of Komiza is extremely impressive and was also the location of a certain famous film…. Get lost in the windy streets before settling down for some delightful seafood.

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Day 3 - Stiniva

Spend the day exploring the most dramatic coastline in Croatia, and if you're feeling bold. Jump off it! Then visit the collapsed cave of Stiniva. Voted the best beach in Europe in 2016!

Image by Marcus Löfvenberg

Day 4 - Hvar

After a day of beach hopping, get your dancing shoes on for a night out on the (in)famous island of Hvar. Browse the shops and head out for dinner or dance the night away.


Day 5 - Stari Grad

Nurse those hangovers in your own isolated bay, today is a day of full relaxation and exploration. Collect some firewood in the forest for a sunset fire and BBQ.


Day 6 - Bol

Dock up in the centre of town near the famous Zlatni Rat, a unique beach that reaches out into the ocean. Rent quad bikes and drive to the highest point of the island of Brac. It pays to see the ocean from above.

Image by Piotr Kowalski

Day 7 - Split

After our final morning on the water, you can spend the afternoon exploring the historic city of Split. Get lost in the twisting streets of the old town. It's our final night so one last dinner and a final goodbye... See you next time!

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