Good to know





Our guests usually cook their own breakfast and lunch on the boat (normally a simple lunch) while we sail or have a brake at a hidden cove.

Supper is mostly eaten out at a nice restaurant. Croatia has a large selection of restaurants with food from all over the world. Their speciality of course is fish – it is caught in the morning and served the same day. Croatia is also famous for their wines, almost every local restaurant has their own locally produced wine. Of course there is a huge selection of other well known wine brands aswell.

The prices in the restaurants are depending on which island you visit, but a regular meal is about 8€ – 20€. Pizza is about 5€ – 10€

Harbor Fees / gas

During the sailing week we can dock in marinas, coves and lagoons during the nights. If you choose to be at a marina, an extra cost will be added. The price will be about 10-15€/guest for a night depending on which marina and how many people are splitting the total price.

Extra costs during the week will be around 70€ / person included harbor fees, gas and tourist tax. 

Before the sailing trip

Good things to know before booking a trip with us.

You will be landing in ”Split Airport”. There will be plenty of taxis and busses outside of the airport, that can take you to the harbor ”ACI Marina Trogir” located 5km from the airport. We recommend taxi since the bus stop is some walking distance from the harbor. Taxi is about 20€ total.

You’ll need a valid passport from your country. If you are from Sweden, your passport needs to be at least 3 months from the expiration date.

When you book your trip it’s very important to notify us about any allergies you might have, so that we have time to accommodate your needs.

For safety reasons, take copies on your passports, credit cards, flight tickets and other important documents. It’s always good to have copies at home.

Make sure you have a travel insurance. Check this with your home insurance company.

The currency in Croatia is Kuna, HRK. Card payment is possible at most restaurants, but it is easier to get around with cash. There are a lot of ATM’s.

To live onboard a boat is not that different from living at home. The biggest difference is that you have a limited water and electricity supply, and therefore its important to take shorter showers when at anchor or tied to a buoy.

The boat is solar powered while sailing so passengers can charge their phones while travelling. When docked in a harbor we will have 230V unlimited power from land. There’s also showers and toilets.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are life vests onboard that can be used voluntarily but are required to be used when the captain deems it necessary. Personal life vests are allowed.

Before your trip we’ll need social security number, passport number, first- and last name and any allergies.

At sea we use solar panels and we can charge our phones with 12V power, although somewhat limited. At port we are connected to land power and have unlimited 230V.

Rain is rare along the Croatian coast, and when it does rain it’s only short showers. Even when it rains it’s still warm in the air, but a waterproof jacked is good to have.

Croatia has been measured to be one of Europes sunniest countrys. The temperatures average around 22-27 degrees Celsius (72-80 °F). This is compareable to Sweden that has 12-16 °C (53-60 °F) the same month. Average temperatures in the water is around 25 °C or 77 °F.

Rain is rare along the Croatian coast, and when it does rain it’s only short showers. Even when it rains it’s still warm in the air, but a waterproof jacked is good to have.