Cruise on turquoise seas via colourful islands and anchor in unspoilt caves with dramatic waterfalls. Visit picturesque port towns steeped in history and culture and experience gastronomic delights and vibrant nightlife.
The Dalmatian coastline, sheltered by the chains of 700 islands, clear seas, a gentle summer climate, quaint villages and historic towns, is a magnificent cruising area.
Offering delicious fresh seafood, ancient forts, lush green forests and friendly welcoming locals, this is a trip not to be missed.
Sailing conditions are excellent; temperatures average 25-28 degrees Celsius; there are no tides or currents and 5-20 knot breezes are the norm.
We try to avoid marinas where there is a lot of traffic and ferries. In the National Parks we should expect to be approached for overnight mooring fees. The fees on average are approximately Aus$15-25 per night. The highlight of our trips is finding anchorages that are remote with maybe one or two restaurants.
As everyone flies in at different times transfers to/from the airport are not included.
It is normal to pay a security bond which is totally refunded at the end of the trip if there is no damage to the vessel. This is shared equally amongst the crew and is payable by credit card at the base prior to departure.
We highly recommend you take out travel insurance.
Food and Drinks
We like to enjoy restaurants ashore most evenings with the occasional barbecue on board or on a remote beach. I suggest we each put in about Aus 300 to cover drinks and happy hour on board and occasional meals and mooring fees. If we need to top up we do and if any euro is left in kitty it is returned to everyone on board. Spirits or expensive wine is at your own cost and non-drinkers should not have to contribute to alcohol.
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