Saturday 24th to Saturday 31st August 2024

Join us for an epic week sailing the Dalmatia Coast of Croatia. Comprised of a fringe of idyllic islands dotted along a central coastal strip next to the Adriatic Sea. We’ll explore secluded bays, bustling towns and the best night out in all of Croatia on the island of Hvar.

Full Trip Details

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Starts and ends in Trogir

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Premium yacht and skipper

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Holiday with a boutique company with 5* reviews

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Ideal for both singles and couples, young and the young at heart!

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No sailing experience necessary

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Some of the best new friends you’ll ever meet

Price: £1067 £967 Early Bird Special (Available until 6th April)

£350 deposit. The remaining balance is due 2 months prior to the trip.

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7 days and night exploring the Dalmatian region of Croatia

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Daily swim stops in the azure Adriatic Sea

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Admire the best of Croatian architecture in Trogir

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Hvar’s vibrant nightlife – Europe’s top party destination

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Explore the quintessential Croatian village of Milna, Brač

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Discover the blue lagoon and green cave of Vis

Itinerary

Starting the week in style as you rock up to your very own yacht in the historical town of Trogir. People will be arriving at various times throughout the day, so for anyone arriving early, there’s plenty to see in this wonderful Med town. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kamerlengo Castle, Cipiko Palace and Trogir Cathedral are well worth a visit. We’ll stay on board the yachts in port for our first night, so you can get to know your skippers and crew mates, as you sip on sundowners and enjoy our water’s edge welcome party.

Our 1st day of sailing. We set off in convoy – 5 yachts and 1 epic week ahead! You’ll enjoy your first swim of the week before we sun has reached midday! Usually at a stunning anchorage we’ve discovered. Or if there is no wind, you can face your fears and swim with us in the deep blue sea between islands. Depth >100m 😳  As far as Croatian villages go, this is about as quintessential as they come. A beautiful harbour, cobbled streets and an array of bars, restaurants, and other attractions. Al fresco dining doesn’t come much better than late August in Croatia.

The younger and much better-behaved sister of Hvar Town. Stari Grad is the antithesis to Hvar Town. Quiet, ordered and not at all ostentatious. Perhaps the most beautiful harbours edge walk, leads you to the ocean pool and dreamy drinks under pine trees. Here we have our first planned group dinner, right in the heart of the cobbled streets of enchanting Stari Grad.

Day 4 sees us Sailing to the island of Hvar, the older, bolder and brasher sister to Stari Grad. A short sail today of just 3 hours. The Saint Tropez of Croatia, Hvar is world famous and for good reason. The summer party capital and one of the best nights out in the Med. For the energetic, we can climb up to the fortress for stunning views of the old town. For the less energetic, there are so many chic daytime bars, beach clubs and a whole town full of summertime fun and truly amazing restaurants to be explored. We’ll be taking you guys to our favourites, Hula Hula and Carpe Diem Beach Bar, for one of the best nights of the week.

Today we’ll witness some very special natural wonders on the island of Vis. The magical Blue Lagoon, Green Cave and the impossibly formed Stiniva Beach are out of this world. Stopping in the quaint town of Komiža – which holds the world record for ratio of boats to residents – more than 1 boat for every local resident! For those who like adventure, there is option of land tours taking you to military tunnels that have been carved into the island, kayak trips and other adventures.

After Bonfacio in Sardinia, this is perhaps our favourite bay in the Med. The island of Šolta is much less touched by tourism than other parts of Croatia and we anchor in a secluded bay inside a wonderful islet, just beneath the local restaurant (Šišmiš). Made almost entirely of natural local stone and wood, it the perfect spot for those iconic holiday snaps. On the way, we will take a trip to the best grotto in the Med. The Blue Cave here is much better than Capri’s namesake. Impossibly blue, light finds its way onto this natural spectacle. An afternoon sail from Biševo to Šolta which culminates in our famous yacht race. Our penultimate night is our big fancy dress night and prize giving.

We expect a few sore heads after our final night party but awaking in a location where you can simply dive overboard for your morning shower is simply perfection. After making the most of the final mid-morning swim, we’ll head back to our starting port of Trogir. Thankfully we have a short distance to travel, so it will be a slow lazy sail. We have a special stop at the Blue Lagoon of (Plava Uvala) on the small island of Veliki Drevnik, before we disembark on dry land and bid farewell to all your new besties. 

Getting There/Away

These flights are just our recommendations, please do your own research into the best flight for you.

The best option is to fly into Split airport from where it is a very short bus or taxi ride to the port of Trogir.

You are bound to be on the same flight as some of your fellow crewmates, so taxi sharing can be arranged.

There are two options for this transfer:

Option 1: Bus from the airport, which takes about 10 mins and costs 2 Euros .

Option 2: Taxi, which takes 7 minutes and costs 11 Euros per person.

 

*Please note the itinerary is subject to weather conditions and may be changed, at any time, by the organisers.*

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