Luxury Sailing Yacht Holidays in Croatia
Croatia has become the shining star of southern Europe in recent years, with more and more visitors flocking to the crystal-clear waters of the Dalmatian coast. Development of Croatia as a charter destination, combined with clients’ demand for high-quality service, resulted with the construction of large and very comfortable yachts, known as luxury sailing yachts.
Get to Know With Gulets
A gulet is a traditional design of a two-masted or three-masted wooden sailing vessel (the most common design has two masts) from the southwestern coast of Turkey, mainly built in the coastal towns of Bodrum and Marmaris. Today, this type of vessel, varying in size from 14 to 35 metres, is popular for tourist charters.
Gulets are giving you more possibilities to explore the country you are visiting. You can have everything in one place. Trying traditional cuisine and wine has never been easier! While you are enjoying relaxing and doing whatever you prefer to, your crew is doing the rest of the work.
An ideal way to spend your holidays with family and friends.
Luxury Sailing in Croatia on Yacht Meira
Luxury sailing yacht Meira is available for up to twelve guests in six luxurious cabins. One large master cabin on the main deck has king size bed, three large double-bed VIP cabins and two large cabins with twin beds which can be used as one large double bed or two separate beds of which one is a single bed and other is a double bed. All cabins have automation and entertainment system, which allows controlling air condition, curtains, lights and entertainment system. Her outdoor areas are perfectly equipped for relaxation and entertainment while at sea, the large salon on the main deck with dining place and sofas, four sunbathing areas, one pool on flybridge deck and huge comfortable sky lounge with bar, sofas and dining place. Meira also has one massage room and one sauna to afford a very relaxing time to guests on board.
To prove the luxury you get is real, Meira was chosen by actor Sylvester Stallone and his family. They decided to spend their vacation sailing on this beautiful yacht. Perfect clarity of the water, natural beauty and gastronomy are the main reason why everyone should visit Croatia in their lifetime. This is a unique and special European country, riches with natural beauty as hidden bays, national parks, endemic species of flora and fauna and not to forget the incredible history that starts from the 7th century.
To make your luxury sailing holidays in Croatia more pleasurable, we described some 7-days and 14-days sailing routes in Dalmatia from which you can choose.
We, as an example, chose 7-days sailing route from Split to Dubrovnik – Split – Milna (Brac) – Hvar (Hvar) – Vela Luka (Korcula) – Korcula (Korcula) – Pomena (Mljet) – Sipan – Dubrovnik.
We are starting this route in Split. The second largest city in Croatia which has an unseen blend of ancient and modern. You, absolutely, should visit Diocletian Palace (placed on UNESCO’S list of world heritage sights)!
First stop is Milna. Milna is located on the western part of Brac Island. It is famous by its gorgeous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diocletian have found a secure harbour in the time of the building of his palace in Split. You don t want to miss the opportunity to enjoy Golden Horn beach, daily tours of Brac, testing olive oil and local wine, visiting Skrip – the oldest settlement on the island, experience the view of Vidova Gora or visit the Stonemason School.
Second stop can be Hvar. The sunniest island in Europe! Popular for endless activities for all ages! Day parties, scuba diving, snorkelling, paddle board and kayak renting, lavender field, pine forest, breath-taking beaches as Robinson’s Beach – so called because of the restaurant there – without electricity or water, sailing the Pakleni Islands and see the unseen.
Then you are visiting Vela Luka at Korcula. It is also one of the greenest! It offers numerous secluded pebble beaches and bays, breath-taking hilltop views, including a small and uninhabited archipelago consisting of sixteen islets, which can be explored by boat, water taxi or kayak.
After Korcula, you will visit Mljet. The most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls of the Mediterranean.
And finally – Dubrovnik. Must see the historical city walls, monastery, Gothic-Renaissance mansion and museum, visit famous restaurants and bars, live music in the centre of the city and special cuisine.
A little reminder – you are free to change the sailing itinerary according to your preferences. Let us know what your wishes are and we will propose you a few solutions.