The price includes:
Renting a bearboat charter in Croatia usually includes:
What are the mandatory extras for a 7-day sailing cruise in Croatia?
What are the optional extras?
Renting bareboats in Croatia requires a valid skipper's license, issued by the state authority of the country that you are coming from. For sailing in the Croatian territorial waters, you need a valid nautical certificate of competence (ICC) and a VHF radio certificate. If you are not sure your permit is adequate, please check here whether the certificate issued from your country is competent for Croatian waters.
Yacht charters from Split to Dubrovnik run on a 7-day itineraries. Including the stops on 5 most beautiful south Dalmatian islands Brač Hvar Vis Korčula and Mljet. A couple of private sailing charters in Croatia sail these premium routes with personalized sailing itinerary. You can start your sailing trip and board either in Split or Dubrovnik.
Croatia is definitively one of the safest countries in the world. Overall crimes in Croatia are quite low, making it extremely safe to travel around. By land, or at sea. This Mediterranean gem is the cradle of sailing holidays and among best European sailing destinations for families with kids. With warm and calm Adriatic sea, pleasant temperatures, abundance of sunshine, moderate winds and warm local people is a must-visit for beginners or experienced sailors.
Croatian KUNA. Croatia is a member of the EU, but the official currency is still Kuna. Current exchange rate: 1€ = 1.1$ = 7.4 KUNA. On some islands, especially in restaurant and anchoring your sailing boat in buoy fields, you won't be able to use your credit card. That is why is recommended, that you have some KUNAS in you pocket at all times.
ATMs are available in every marina and town port in Croatia. Don't leave you money and valuable things aboard, if you leave your yacht. It can attract unwanted attention. A budget around 30€ per day per person for your 7-day sailing tour should do.