Small Ship Tours in Croatia

With more than 1,000 islands dotting its sun-drenched coastline, Croatia is one of the world’s most alluring cruise destinations. It boasts blissful Adriatic beaches and magnificent islands, as well as picturesque ports that are draped in history. 

Our small yacht charters are an ideal way to explore this enchanting corner of the globe and immerse yourself in Croatia’s rich history and culture. Spend your days swimming in crystal clear waters and wandering through cobblestoned old towns before discovering the enticing gastronomy of the Dalmatian Coast. 

Whether you want to meet like-minded travelers on one of our set departure dates or book a private voyage with family and friends, our small yacht charters are the answer. Bond with your family as you experience the adventure of sailing, connect with colleagues during a corporate retreat, or celebrate in style for your next birthday or anniversary. 

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yacht in turquoise water in croatia
ladies enjoying lunch at European restaurant
sailing gulet anchored in a bay near croatia
aerial shot of a sailing gulet deck
yacht on tour in Croatia in blue waters
people hiking up hill in croatia
couple on the deck of a yacht
sandy beach in croatia with blue water
local food in croatia
croatian market with two women
performers on street in croatia
city overlook in croatia
seafood platter in croatia
person viewing historical site in croatia
tourist on deck of sailing gulet in croatia
croatian seaside town
women sitting on a bench in Croatia
man on tour in Croatia
ocean side restaurant in Croatia

Itinerary

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Day Sample Itinerary

*Below is a description of a sample itienrary. Please note, itineraries can be designed and developed per interest and request. Please contact an Adventure Consultant for additional details or to start planning your custom or private Croatian Yacht tour. 

A typical Croatian yacht tour combines unforgettable days spent cruising along the Dalmatian coastline and hopping between its beach-fringed islands. As our vessels moor directly in ports, you’ll have plenty of time to explore its storied cities, such as Dubrovnik and Split, as well as discovering smaller gems like the old towns of Hvar and Korčula. You can opt for guided walking tours or explore at your leisure before dining on locally sourced fare either onboard or at alfresco land-based restaurants. 

If you have particular interests, such as wine tasting, bike riding, or hiking, we can customize an itinerary to suit and explore the parts of Croatia that most interest you. Alternatively, leave it to us and we will surprise you with unspoiled coves, ancient settlements, and lush natural forests while showcasing the diversity of the Croatian coastline. 

The ocean has long played an important role in Croatia’s lifestyle and culture and a sailing holiday is a perfect way to experience this first hand. Learn about the empires that have come and gone while cruising past ancient forts and medieval settlements, as well as centuries-old Roman palaces. 

For “Game of Thrones” fans, you’ve come to the right place and we can design a Croatian yacht charter to suit your needs. For foodies, you can delve into the fusion of Slavic and Mediterranean traditions that is Croatian cuisine, with seafood heavily influencing the coastal gastronomy. 

 

ACCOMMODATION : TBD Yacht or Small Ship

Dates & Rates

Supplementary Information

Boat Capacity = 12 people

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FAQ & More

Do I need a visa to visit Croatia?

Travelers from North America, EU countries, and Australia do not need a visa to enter Croatia and can stay for up to 90 days. However, you must have a passport that was issued within the last 10 years and with at least six months validity, along with a return airline ticket. 

Do I need vaccinations for travel to Croatia?

The CDC and WHO recommend that you are vaccinated for hepatitis A and B, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella, tetanus, diptheria, chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia, and influenza. A Covid-19 vaccination is also recommended for travel to Croatia. 

What type of Currency is used?

The Croatian currency is the kuna (kn), with the current exchange rate around USD 1 to 6 kn. US dollars are not generally accepted in Croatia but there are plenty of exchange houses and banks in the ports and at the airports. Credit cards are accepted at most restaurants and shops in the towns we visit, with Mastercard and Visa the most widely accepted. 

What is unique about small ship cruising?

Small ship cruising is quite different from being on a large cruise vessel, with most of the yachts less than 50 meters in length. This means they are large enough to be comfortable and stable while also having the ability to access Croatia’s ports and inlets. With far fewer guests on board, the experience is also much more personal and you’ll get to know your crew quickly. Meals are often made using locally sourced ingredients and the trips are all about the destinations, rather than the onboard activities. 

What is an average day like?

On most days, you will set sail after breakfast and will have the opportunity for a morning swim. After lunch, our vessels usually dock for an afternoon guided tour, with time to explore and shop at your leisure. You can then return to the vessel to freshen up before dinner is served on board or you may prefer to dine alfresco in the local towns. As we usually dock directly in the historic ports, you are free to get on and off the ship whenever you like. 

How much luggage can I bring?

While we don’t enforce luggage restrictions, it’s important to keep in mind that space in the cabins can be limited, so pack accordingly. There’s no need to bring formal attire as our trips are very laid back. We recommend bringing only what you really need.

What is the crew size?

The crew size will depend on the size of the vessel.

What are the differences between cabins?

The differences between cabins will depend on the vessel you are on. Generally speaking, upper deck cabins have larger windows and some also have balconies. Lower deck cabins usually have porthole windows and tend to be a little quieter as they are away from the communal areas. 

Is travel insurance necessary?

We highly recommend that all of our guests purchase travel insurance as it will cover you if unforeseen circumstances arise. Please also carefully read our terms and conditions at the time of booking your trip. 

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