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Sukošan

7-Days Croatia Sailing Trip "SOLD OUT"

Discover the Adriatic Sea's stunning beauty with Croatia 7-Days Sailing, a unique and unforgettable adventure where you'll navigate your own sailboat through tranquil bays, visit a new island each day, and create lasting memories on this one-of-a-kind journey.

7-Days Croatia Sailing Trip "SOLD OUT"
7-Days Croatia Sailing Trip "SOLD OUT"

Time & Location

25. Mai 2024, 16:00 – 01. Juni 2024, 09:00

Sukošan, Sukošan, Croatia

About the Event

Experience the Ultimate Adriatic Adventure: Sail Croatia's Breathtaking Coastline in 2024. Our 7-day itinerary takes you on a journey through the stunning Dalmatian Coastline, from Sukosan to National Park Kornati. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Croatia's picturesque islands and create unforgettable memories on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Experience a Yachtie's Paradise in Croatia's Kornati Islands. With around 89 barely inhabited islands scattered across 300sqkm (116sqmi) of sea, this archipelago is a true gem. Since 1980, the entire area has been protected within a national park, offering breathtaking views of dolphins leaping, crabs crawling, and many types of butterflies fluttering around. It's important to note that the Kornati Islands have no cars, hotels, shops, or ferries, making renting a chartered yacht the best way to explore this unique and stunning region. Don't miss your chance to discover the beauty of the Kornati Islands.

The Kornati Islands are famous for their iconic dry stone walls, hand-built by skilled Kurnatars to mark boundaries and protect pastures from wandering sheep. These impressive walls span a length of approximately 330 kilometers and are primarily located on the largest island, Kornat.

In the 1630s, inhabitants of Murter and Betina migrated to the Kornati after being sought out by the Zadar nobility to care for their flocks. At the same time, people from Murter and Betina were seeking a new place to live and found an opportunity on the Kornati to raise sheep. By the late 19th century, they had purchased the land and became the masters of the Kornati.

The Kornati islands are home to sheep breeding and olive growing, with over 18,000 olive trees and 2,000 sheep on the island. While the islands are not permanently inhabited, peasant and fisherman's houses turned into restaurants and accommodation facilities have become a favorite destination for boaters and tourists, offering a "Robinson Crusoe" style of tourism.

The Kornati archipelago is a stunning destination that attracts yachtsmen, divers, mountaineers, and nature enthusiasts alike. Its kilometers-long cliffs, vibrant flora, and diverse fauna offer a breathtaking experience for visitors.

For those who love exploring the depths of the sea, the Kornati waters are an especially alluring challenge. Diving in reveals a stunning multicolored landscape, complete with coral "forests" and a wide variety of fish species. The underwater world of the Kornati is truly a sight to behold.

Hikers can take advantage of numerous viewing points throughout the archipelago to experience its beauty from above. Walking along island paths and through olive orchards offers a reminder of the hardworking Kurnatari people, who played a vital role in shaping the Kornati's appearance.

In addition to its natural beauty, the Kornati archipelago is home to some exceptional dining experiences hidden within its coves. With over 20 top restaurants within the Kornati National Park, visitors can savor unique specialties made from fresh, homegrown ingredients, accompanied by great wine and fantastic views.

Konoba Opat, Core Kornati, Konoba Levranka, and Konoba Šoleta are just a few of the restaurants that offer a perfect blend of the natural environment and exceptional food. Each restaurant provides yacht moorings right in front of the establishment, accessible through secret routes that our skilled skipper can show you.

  • Day 1: Sukosan Marina to Zadar (8 nautical miles) Begin your journey by sailing to the beautiful city of Zadar. Explore its historic old town, visit the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun, and enjoy the local cuisine.
  • Day 2: Zadar to Dugi Otok (18 nautical miles) Sail to the island of Dugi Otok and anchor in one of its secluded bays. Visit the Sakarun Beach, Telašćica Nature Park, and Veli Rat lighthouse.
  • Day 3: Dugi Otok to Kornati National Park (16 nautical miles) Head to Kornati National Park, which consists of 89 uninhabited islands, islets, and reefs. Enjoy snorkeling, swimming, and exploring the stunning landscapes.
  • Day 4: Kornati National Park to Šibenik (27 nautical miles) Sail to the historic city of Šibenik and anchor in the city harbor. Visit the UNESCO-listed St. James Cathedral, the medieval fortress of St. Michael, and the beautiful Krka National Park.
  • Day 5: Šibenik to Primošten (16 nautical miles) Sail to the picturesque town of Primošten and anchor in its lovely harbor. Explore the old town, sample the local wines, and enjoy the beautiful beaches.
  • Day 6: Primošten to Trogir (20 nautical miles) Sail to the UNESCO-listed town of Trogir and anchor in its scenic harbor. Visit the St. Lawrence Cathedral, the Kamerlengo Fortress, and the beautiful Pantan Nature Park.
  • Day 7: Trogir to Sukosan Marina (15 nautical miles) Return to Sukosan Marina, where you can relax and enjoy the marina's amenities. Alternatively, you can continue sailing to nearby islands or explore the nearby cities of Split and Dubrovnik.

Since most tourists visit Croatia during the summer months, the crowds tend to thin out in April, May, September and October. Take advantage of it! Restaurants are open and your chances of getting the best table increase. You can be more spontaneous during your sailing vacation in Croatia, as you don't have to reserve a table in advance. It is also easier to get a seat in the marinas so you can be at sea sailing all day, without having to rush to the nicer anchorages to secure a seat. This allows you to be more flexible and even choose between secluded bays, marinas and restaurants. Very luxurious!

Flight booking prices are lower during April, May September and October. So our little tip for you, take the opportunity to sail in Croatia during the "golden hour" at the beginning or end of the season. These months we have the best wind conditions, no stress with crowds, and the lowest prices.

Never sailed before? No problem! 

This Sail Trip is for both experienced and inexperienced sailors!

Included Professional Skipper.

Included:

  • Onboard accommodation
  • Sailing Workshop
  • Skipper (MCA Master of Yacht)
  • Final Cleaning, linen

Not Included:

  • Food and drink on board
  • Marina and mooring expenses (10€/P.P Night)
  • Boat fuel (10-15€ per participant)
  • Transportation to the departure marina
  • Tourist taxes (10€/P.p week)

Price/person:

  • 950€ shared cabin
  • 1425€ privat cabin

You can also have a Privat cabin to yourself but you would need to pay a single supplement (50% extra).

Alternatively, you can choose to share with another solo passenger (of the same gender).

No Hidden Costs

Payment methods: Bank transfers, Direct debit, Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover, UnionPay, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay.

PROMOVIDEO

What is the reputation of the sailing school you are considering?

Check out reviews on Google and Instagram. Rather than be told by the sailing school that they are great, find out from the students themselves.

Will the Croatia Sailing Course itinerary change?

At Sailing Munich, we're passionate about creating safe and enjoyable Sailing Trip for our guests. To ensure your safety and comfort, we may occasionally need to adjust our itinerary due to weather conditions, port availability, or other factors. Rest assured that we always strive to provide the best possible experience for our guests, and we appreciate your understanding and flexibility. Our crew is dedicated to making your trip unforgettable, and we're always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Let's work together to make this an amazing journey!

What are the sleeping arrangements?

If you'd like to have a cabin to yourself with a double bed, you can do so by paying a single supplement of 50%. Alternatively, you can share a cabin with another solo passenger of the same gender.

What currency should I bring?

The currency is Euro since January 2023.

What is the food and drink situation?

At Sailing Munich, we want you to enjoy every aspect of your Sailing Trip, including your meals! To give you the flexibility to choose the food and drink that you prefer, we don't include these items in our packages. However, our yacht is equipped with a kitchenette that includes a gas stove, fridge, oven, and kettle, so you can prepare your own meals while on board. We recommend that you bring your own food and drink before boarding, which you can easily purchase from the supermarket in Marina Dalmacija or in any of the islands we visit. This way, you can pick out exactly what you'll need for your perfect lunch at sea. In the evenings, you'll have a wide variety of restaurant options to choose from. Croatia is known for its delicious, locally-grown food, and our skipper will be happy to recommend the perfect restaurant for you. So come prepared to savor the flavors of the Adriatic and enjoy our Croatia 7-Days Sail Trip!

Are bed linen and towels included?

Yes they are, however the towels are for indoor/shower use only – you’ll need to bring your own beach towel for outdoors.

When does the trip start and finish?

We can't wait to welcome you aboard our Croatia 7-Days Sail Trip! Check-in begins at 4pm on Saturday at Marina Dalmacija, and we kindly ask that all our passengers disembark by 9am on the following Saturday so that we have time to clean and prepare the yacht for the next group. We'll send you detailed directions to the marina when you book your tour, so you'll have no trouble finding us. If you're unable to make it to check-in on time, don't worry – you can easily catch up with your yacht at your first destination. Our team is always here to help and answer any questions you may have, so let's get ready for an unforgettable journey!

Are there any local payments that I need to be aware of?

We want to make sure that our guests have a stress-free and enjoyable experience onboard our sailing trip, and that includes managing expenses. To help facilitate the extra costs associated with port fees, fuel, and tourist taxes, we recommend using the Splitwise app (available for Android and iOS). With Splitwise, you can easily split expenses with your fellow travelers and avoid the hassle of figuring out who owes what. It's the perfect tool for sharing costs and keeping track of expenses while on the go. So, let's focus on having fun and making memories, and let Splitwise take care of the rest!

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