Single Cabin Package (1 person): $2,900
Double Cabin Package (2 people): $4,900
Enjoy a week of brilliant sailing and relaxation through Croatia’s Dalmatian Islands! Stay aboard a modern sailboat skippered by a certified Sailing Collective captain who will take care of your every need throughout the week from daily itinerary planning to shuttling passengers to shore for seaside cocktails and dinner. Don’t worry if you have never sailed before, The Sailing Collective captains are all certified and professional sailing instructors and will teach you everything you need to know; and if you are a sailor, this sailing vacations will be a sailors dream come true! Sit back and relax as we sail each day to new and exciting locations where we will catch anchor or tie up along some of the Mediterranean's most historical city walls! We will explore the local coastal region of the rugged and wild uninhabited Dalmatian Coast along Split, Croatia.
The Collective Package Includes:
• Collective captain and chef (for a week of the best food of your life)
• Journey Coordinator travel support to help guide you on your journey
• Onboard family style meals with 6 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 3 dinners and snacks
• Marina fees and dockage
• Boat incidentals including fuel, water, bedding, towels, etc.
• And of course 7 days of unabashed adventure and epic memories...
Minimum 30% deposit due at booking, final balance due not later than 90 days prior to departure
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PRIVATE CREWED CHARTERS ALSO AVAILABLE JUNE - OCTOBER
Dalmatian Islands in Croatia are among the most famous in the Mediterranean region. Wild, rugged, and mostly uninhabited, many are protected as national parkland and offer a varied and diverse cruising ground for a sailing vacation. The sailing is splendid, encompassing long and short passages to charming anchorages amid rocky islets, ancient villages steeped in history, and translucent waters. Your journey will center around the more than 30 islands off the central Dalmatian Coast near the city of Split, including lovely Solta, Hvar, Vis, and Brac. The Kornati National Park lies to the north, with a mostly barren landscape. So many small and large islands are in the park it has been likened to a maze of unparalleled natural beauty. Pristine beaches, lively nightlife, fine cuisine, secluded coves, fascinating historic sites, and an unspoiled natural setting will make this an unforgettable sailing adventure. Blissful sailing, amazing scenery, fantastic local foods, what else could you ask for?
Meeting time at the marina is between 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm. Please notify your captain in advance if you are delayed and will not arrive by 6pm. Upon arrival, the front desk at the marina will direct you to the Sailing Collective boats. Each Sailing Collective sailboat dons our banner with logo where your captain and crew will be waiting for your arrival. After everyone arrives and settles in aboard, we will dine ashore for our first outing of the journey.The evening of Day 1 and the morning of Day 2, passengers should purchase alcohol or other and beverages for the week as well as any last minute personal provisioning.
We will arrive back at the marina by 6pm on day 7 and spend the last evning there on the boat. Disembarkation is 9am the following morning. Your crew can help arrange taxis to your next destination.
The closest airport to the marinas in Split is the Split International Airport, 15 - 30 minute taxi from all marinas. Many other flights direct to Zagreb from all around Europe and the US.
Taxis are widely available from the Split Airport to downtown Split and to each marina location. Please note that taxis are priced by ride and can be expensive depending on the number of people you are traveling with, a solo travel might want to look into the Airport Bus where a group may be more interested in a van or taxi.
Buses run regularly from the Airport to downtown Split and all the marina locations. Ask the information booth at the Split airport if you have questions on which bus to take.
Please ensure your passport is valid for the period of travel and for six months after you return. Your passport name must match the name on the flight ticket otherwise you may not be able to travel and insurance may be invalid.
It is the responsibility of each individual to ensure relevant visas are obtained where necessary. The Sailing Collective cannot be held responsible for refusal of entry or travel due to lack of visas. If you are in any doubt please contact your Embassy for full details.
Croatia’s climate is ideal for a sailing vacation. With blue skies, consistent warm weather and perfect sailing conditions, Croatia has long been a popular sailing destination with accommodating weather.
Water temperatures average 70 F to 80 F depending on the time of the season. Winds are generally light and variable in the mornings, with afternoon breezes and calm nights. Early and late in the season, southerly and south-easterly winds are variable. Unexpected inclement weather can always occur so please pack accordingly.
Sailing Collective will provision your journey with local foods and produce. Cooking Aboard: Your Sailing Collective chef/crew is incredibly talented and can handle the group's needs with ease. We are all about participation and learning, so if you'd like to help, just ask and we'll get you involved! Collective groups may choose to dine out more times than scheduled if the group or individuals choose.
Dietary Restrictions: Important to notify your Sailing Collective representative of any dietary restrictions ahead of time and fill out details in Guest Form
Collapsible bags in place of large rigid suitcases are advised for ease of transport on and off the boat.Loading and unloading from the dingy can be a wet activity, a pair of shoes such as flip flops that you can get wet if we are landing on a beach.
During days on the water, you’ll want to be wearing light and comfortable clothing. As the vast majority of your time will be spent outside, prepare for elements - bring a light rain coat just in case, a hat to shield yourself from the sun, and a set of warm clothing. Throughout the week we may dine out at a nice restaurant, so bring gear that you’ll look nice in and suits your style. Loading and unloading from the dingy can be a wet activity, a pair of shoes that you can get wet is recommended.
Trogir is a remarkable example of urban continuity. The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period.Dating back to the 3rd century, Trogir was founded by Greeks. Wandering the bustling narrow passageways paved in stone it's easy to see that some things have not changed much in Trogir in the last 2000 years. The Kamerlengo castle provides an impressive backdrop to the start of our journey as we sail past it's ramparts into a week of exploration.
Visit Maslinica, a port town of just two hundred people that grows olives in groves reaching up the hillsides. Maslinica is an old fishing village with a handful of cafes and shops and a modern marina. Spend time wandering the hillside amongst grazing livestock in ancient olive groves or relax on the seawall with a drink. The pace of life here is slow and steady. With a luxury marina with excellent facilities and a spa at the marina hotel, this location is the perfect location.
Komiza made a name for itself as a fishing village but the island of Vis where it sits has a long tradition of making wine. As you can imagine from this combination komiza is an excellent place to sit down for an unforgettable dinner. The traditional way of cooking seafood is over an open grill in the middle of the restaurant and you won't be disappointed with the results. Komiza is located in a deep bay on the western side of the island Vis below the 600 meter high mountain Hum. It is a typical Mediterranean village, which attracts the tourists with beautiful beaches and with narrow roads and houses squeezed together around the harbor.
Hvar has long been a center for culture and trade in the Adriatic. As you wander Hvar town you'll notice an infrastructure of hospitality that stems from the many centuries of travelers and tradespeople that have frequented this port town; the food is good, the people are friendly, the markets are bustling. For some extra adventure you can hike uphill to the spanish fortress or rent a convertible and drive the winding mountains roads of the island to see where the most fragrant lavender in the world is grown and visit the picturesque village of Stari Grad.
With pebble beaches and pirate coves Brac is a large island covered in rolling hills with pine and fig trees. Clear water laps at the shores of Brac and you'll appreciate the serenity of it all. Milna is one of those typical Mediterranean fishing villages they don't make anymore. Lying on the west coast of Brac Island and 20km southwest of Supetar, the harbor of Milna is drop-dead gorgeous as it digs into the island like a spoon. To each side of the harbor stretch sand and pebble beaches including the cove of Vlaska.
Luxury addition - The Hanse 54 was until recently the standard bearer of the German Hanse Yachts shipyard. It is a very elegant sailing boat with a flat and clear deck that provides a lot of space to lie down and relax in the sun. The cockpit is spacious and has a transom that folds and turns into a magnificent swim platform. The interiors, as in other models of the brand, are excellently finished, spacious, and practical. Comes with 4-double cabins and can accommodate up to 8 guests.