Super sunshine scenic sailing surrounded by history! Enjoy temperatures in the 20's during late September- enjoy sunbating, swimming and great sailing as well as excellent food and drink in historic towns and villages.
We run two weeks in late September offering two different ONE WAY cruises each week allowing you to experience new waters and a new destination every day ......
Week 1: Sept 22-29 2018 The cruise begins in Dubrovnik at ACI Marina (40 mins by taxi from Dubrovnik Airport). Crew meet at Brazen Restaurant at the Marina at 13:00 on Sat 22. The cruise finishes in Trogir (15 mins from Split Airport) on the following weekend on Sat 29.
Week 2: Sept 29-Oct 6 2018 This cruise begins in Trogir at ACI Marina. Crew join at 18:00 or if flying in from Dublin that evening w ewill meet the late arrivals at the boat on ACI Marina at midnight. The cruise finishes in Dubrovnik on Sat Oct 6 - 40 min taxi to Dubrovnik Airport.
Cruising Croatia is a joy! View the stunning countryside from the sea and soak up the history. Your cruise will involve visiting a different island every day, great sailing followed by time to visit the various towns and sample the local hostelries and do some shopping and have an amazing Croatian meal ashore.
Have a look at our blog for full details - Croatia Sailing Adventures with SailCork 2018
|Boat||High quality 48 - 55 ft (15.5 - 17m) charter yacht with 4 double cabins, max 8 crew.|
|Length of Course||1 week|
|Objective||Enjoy a sailing holiday in Croatia in the sun whilst learning and practicing yachting skills from Competent Crew to Yachtmaster Offshore|
|Location||SailCork runs two weeks in Croatia in September offering two ONE WAY cruises allowing you to experience a new venue every day .......without sailing over the same waters again. Week 1 The cruise begins in the ancient port of Dubrovnik, Croatia and works its way NW up through the islands, finishing in Trogir (near Split) on the following weekend. Week 2. This cruise begins in the ancient walled town of Trogir and works SE down through the islands to the final destination.......Dubrovnik.|
|Equipment Included||Boat has full safety equipment, all nav. aids and powerful engines- includes lifejackets for each crew member.|
|What to bring||In date Passport - soft bag with light clothes, sunglasses, sunblock, swim suit, light rain jacket and pants (there may be a few showers) toiletries and medicine if required.|
|Meals||Meals are on board are cooked by expert Galley Cook, Jo English and some evening meals ashore in Croatia's selection of excellent restaurants in scenic villages and towns.|
You can chose to relax on the cruise or avail of Yachtmaster Instructor Eddie English to brush up on any part of the practical yachting syllabus including Compentent Crew, Day Skipper, Coastal Skipper or Yachtmaster Offshore. You will get an opportunity to handle the boat, set sails, navigate etc.
A gallery can be found at the bottom of the page.
|Pre Course||No experience necessary, just a sense of adventure.|
|Pre Course Advice||Check out Croatia on any guidebook or order the Cruising guide for Croatia from our office|
We are in the process of buying a yacht so we, as a family, decided to do the right thing and take lessons on how to sail it correctly. We are all novices in the sailing department so five of us went out today with Peter Scallan and we had a great day. He asked us up front what we wanted from the day and at this stage I feel we have been given a good base to build from when we decide to take further tuition. Peter is a great instructor and seems to have an intuitive feel for what each person is capable of and adapts accordingly. On top of that he's just a really nice guy and we got on very well with him. The family were discussing the day over a few pints (as you do), and I think we all agreed we left the berth in the morning as a family, but we returned the boat in the evening as a crew and that was all down to the tuition from Peter. In addition to all the sailing, we anchored up and had a delicious lunch cooked from scratch by Jo and as the main cook and bottle washer in my own house I have to say bravo chef. I highly recommend the professional but relaxed setup at Sailcork.