Take a step back in time to the Mediterranean of yesteryear when you take a private yacht cruise vacation in Croatia. Home to seven distinctive UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Croatia also has miles of unspoiled Adriatic islands, coastline, and historic ports. Visit the walled city of Dubrovnik, whose Old Town is a UNESCO site, and Hvar, known for its aromatic lavender fields. Make sure to sample some of the local wines during shore excursions or onboard. There are many itineraries that are offered in your floating hotel. Numerous charter yachts begin in Split, a thriving city with young people within old historic sites. Choose the Northern route to experience the geological wonders of the Kornati National Park. It is a barren limestone landscape that dates back 100 million years. Krka Falls is another National Park easily accessible by a small motorboat. It is Northeast of Sibenik, a cultural, historic, and picturesque city on the water. Krka Falls is a popular destination for a hike and a picnic. Choose the Southern route from Trogir to Dubrovnik to see the popular islands of Hvar, Korcula, and the National Park of Mljet. The lush island of Mljet is half National Park, and the other half offers an ideal dive site. Interested in Diving? Check out Diving Korcula or Diving on Hvar Island.

Airlines will also be guiding travelers to updated information.  From the US, these airlines offer flights varying in price and itinerary:  Lufthansa, Delta, United, British Airways, Air France, KLM, Swiss, Qatar Airlines, and US Airways all offer flights to Croatia.  Nautical Protocols


June – August – sunny, blue skies every day, temperature from 26 – 30 C. Winds generally NW F3-4 (10-20 Knots).
Sept – Oct: occasional showers (rain possible in late Oct). Winds generally NW F3-4 (10-20 Knots), but can be stronger in Oct (up to F 5-6).