We use a fleet of Traditional Ensuite, Traditional Ensuite Plus, Premium and Premium Superior boats during the summer, all of which have en-suite cabins. Boats range in size from 25 to 40 metres, and can comfortably carry/sleep up to 36 people.
Though the boats are rigged for sailing, all possess diesel engines of varying horsepower. As such, this is not strictly a 'sailing' trip – but an awesome nautical adventure all the same!
The cabins can be either on deck or below deck, and are generally small as there is limited space on the boat – so please pack light.
If you are a solo traveller, you’ll share a twin room with someone of the same sex.
All of our Croatia boat trips include daily buffet breakfasts and three-course lunches, except breakfast on the first day of your trip and lunch on the last day of your trip.
Each boat has a local chef, who’ll serve up fresh local flavours each day. If you have any dietary requirements, your chef will make every effort to cater to your specific needs – as long as you advise your travel agent (or the Topdeck reservations team) in advance.
Moja Maja (Traditional Ensuite)
Meet the Moja Maja! This traditional wooden boat is owned and captained by Maja, the only female Captain on the Adriatic. In 1991 (the same year as the start of the Croatian War of Independence), Maja’s father built this ship by hand. His labour of love began in the forest, where he handpicked trees to use to construct his vessel – which he named Moja Maja (‘My Maja’). This is one of the most traditional (and unique!) ships to sail the Adriatic, and now you can be a part of this incredible family story.
Cabins are either on deck or below 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. However, 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.