Sail Croatia & Montenegro

Croatia has become a hotspot for tourism as it offers a diversity of destinations, set against spectacular natural landscapes. The Croatian Adriatic includes 1,185 islands, islets and reefs and the coastline stretches 1,778kms

Sailing Adventures Croatia will take you from Split to Dubrovnik and the to the spectacular Montenegro, visiting islands, villages and Bays in between.dreamstime_1024941

You will visit The Old City of Dubrovnik and The Diocletian Palace in Split as well as the islands of Korcula, Vis, Mjet, Brac, Hvar, Solta and Lastovo. Exploring towns and villages along the way such as Komiza, Korcula Town, Zaklopatica, Vrbosca, Maslinica, Hvar Town and Milna just to name a few.

Then on to the the stunning Montenegro to visit the Old City of Kotor, Porto Montenegro and some of the best restaurants in Europe. While docked at one of the many village promenaparmizanades, we take the opportunity to meander through the old cobbled streets of the seaside villages and stop in at cosy cafés to soak up a coffee whilst watching the locals go about their day. Allow yourself to be lured by one of the many ice cream parlours that promise to serve the yummiest “Sladoled” you’ve ever tasted.


June & September are the months that we travel to this area of Eastern Europe.
The temperatures are moderate and seas calm. Fantastic weather for cruising. The waters are warm and perfect for swimming, kayaking and exploring.

The mainland and islands are dotted with fishing villages, apparently unchanged in many years and the otherwise uninhabited islands come alive in the summer as the restaurants, cafes and bars open up for the passing summer trade.

We are going to discover the heartland of Croatia – the Dalmatian coast. This area of the coast allows you to take in the history and architecture of Split, Trogir and Dubrovnik; lose yourself in smaller towns such as Komiza, Hvar Town, Vis or nearby Vrboska on Hvar; not to mention the beauty and wonder of Montenegro.

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Sunsail 443 - 3 Cabin Catamaran Yacht
8 berths
3 toilets
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Sunsail 444 - 4 Cabin Catamaran Yacht
10 berths
4 toilets
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Sunsail 484 - 4 Cabin Catamaran Yacht
10 berths
4 toilets
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Luxury Sailing Yachts, Hotel Accommodation Ashore (1 night Split & 1 night Dubrovnik), Host/Hostess, Qualified Skippers, All Meals (aboard & ashore), local house wines, beers & soft drinks whilst aboard & at dinners ashore, transfers to and from airports, Mooring Fees, Fuel & Local Taxes.

Not Included

Air fares, Travel Insurance, Bottled Wines at Restaurants & Spirits.


Deposit on booking with balance paid 2 months prior to departure

Having attended a number of sailing trips organised by Sailing Adventures, I thought I should pen you a note of thanks. Your overall organising, the great company, the food (!), and the warm hospitality are just first rate. I would also like to commend ‘Pozz’ (Brian) for his first rate seamanship that makes everyone feel so secure in all sailing conditions. I remember that while watching a movie called ‘White Squall’, which has a sad ending, I had thought ‘how difficult it would be to entrust the lives of your children to a crew and captain’ – well, I can honestly say I would have no qualms entrusting my children to a Sailing Adventures trip – but they have to be put to work! T Thanks again for great sailing memories.
Mark P January 17, 2017
Last year my wife and I joined Sailing Adventures on a wonderful holiday in Koh Samui, Thailand. Combining our love of sailing with travel to an exotic destination was an ideal way to experience another culture while holidaying with friends. The first week was spent racing a chartered Beneteau yacht in the Koh Samui Regatta, whilst our partners shopped and relaxed with massages on the beach. During the second week, we chartered 2 yachts and cruised the outer islands in company, sailing in ideal conditions to a new destination each day, and anchoring in secluded bays in the evenings. Our challenge during the second week was to find unique dining experiences throughout the islands which mainstream tourists would never have had the opportunity of visiting. I would recommend Sailing Adventures to anyone who is looking to experience a culture in a way that only the freedom of sailing offers.
Rhys D October 31, 2016