We use a fleet of ‘A Category’, ‘A* Category’ and ‘A + Category’ boats during the summer, which all have en-suite cabins. The cabins can be ‘below deck’ or ‘on deck’ and are generally small as there is limited space on the boat – so please pack light.
If you are a solo traveller, you will always be sharing a twin room with someone of the same sex.
There will be electricity when the boat is sailing. At night, a generator may be used to ensure electricity is available overnight. To be safe, remember to charge your electronic devices when the boat is sailing. In peak season, please note that some ports may not have power.
All Croatia boat trips include daily buffet breakfasts and three-course lunches, as well as 1 litre of bottled water daily. On some trips, the crew may leave your water allowance in your cabin at the start of the trip.
Cabins are either ‘below deck’ or ‘on deck’. If you are in an ‘on deck’ cabin you may be on the main deck or on the top deck.
The cabins do not have air conditioning but most boats have air conditioning units in the communal areas, which may be put on for some time during the night.
If the weather gets extremely hot, the crew may provide fans for the boat.
A* boats have the same features as A Category boats, with ‘below deck’ and ‘on deck’ cabins. Both communal areas and cabins have air conditioning.
On A+ boats you will experience a few more creature comforts with air-conditioned cabins, a full hot buffet breakfast and daily fresh fruit. There is plenty of deck space on the boat for lounging.
Your sailboat will come with three or four Crew members, who will ensure your cruise is the highlight of your experience in Croatia. There will be a Captain, Deckhands and a Chef. The Captain is solely responsible for the boat while at sea, and it is important you heed their advice at all times for your own safety. All our Captains come from the area and have been sailing this coastline for many years, so rest assured that you’re in capable hands.