Which itinerary to choose? The Croatian islands route is a seven day cruise that will take you to Brac, Hvar, Split, Solta, and Vis. The Adriatic Coast and National Parks route is also seven days, and you will go to Kornat, Split, Skradin, Primosten, Telascica and Trogir. The Dubrovnik sailing itinerary is seven days, and you will sail to Dubrovnik, Hvar, Korcula, Milna, Promena, Sipan and Split.
What to do in Croatia? As you sail your bareboat yacht charter, you can anchor and scuba dive, skin dive snorkel, fish, or just swim and enjoy the beautiful water and scenery. You can stop at a National Park and tour the green and tranquil area. You can visit Korcula Island (on the Dubrovnik itinerary). There is a lot to do there. It is considered one of the most interesting islands in Croatia that was a favorite Greek holiday spot over 2000 years ago. You can go into Korcula Old Town for Moreska sword dancing!
Don’t forget — if you plan to rent a bareboat yacht to charter in Croatia, you are required to provide the documentation that proves that you can sail. This documentation includes a B-category skipper’s license and a VHF radio operator’s certificate.
Whether you choose a crewed yacht charter or a bareboat (where you crew your own yacht), chartering a bareboat in Croatia provides an active, relaxing vacation. Enjoy your bareboat.com vacation!
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