ADVENTURE SAIL WEEK

Adventure SailWeek
Explore the authentic side of Croatia on a wind-powered sailing yacht!
Adventure is out there
Sail to 5 of the most picturesque islands in Dalmatia
Aim to explore
Exposure to nature
Sail. Explore. Enjoy.

Adventure SailWeek

ADVENTURE. SAIL. EXPLORE.

Explore secluded bays, romantic villages, historic cities and local cuisine as you sail around 6 stunning islands. Experience a truly authentic side of Croatia.

Satisfy your travel bug. Walk the ancient city walls in Dubrovnik and back streets of Marco Polo's birthplace in Korcula. Stroll around Diocletian's palace in Split, the best preserved piece of Roman architecture in the world.
Swim in unique salt water lakes inside Mljet Island National Park and enjoy fresh fish with local wine. There are so many things to do and places to discover.

Sailing holidays are a unique and unforgettable way to travel. This route is a perfect mixture of socialising and relaxation. You'll be on the boat with like minded people and gain more experience in sailing while being in a relaxed environment with a drink in hand sharing a few laughs.

"SailWeek was absolutely unbelievable, it exceed all of our expectations. Overall fantastic week, extremely well organised. Will definitely go back!"

Rebecca Mcloughlin,
SailWeek Facebook Review

Slow things down as you sail up and down the Dalmatian coast. Perfect mixture of socialising and relaxation. For 18 to 40s

Satisfy your travel bug. Explore secluded bays, romantic villages, historic cities and local cuisine as you sail around 6 stunning islands.

ADVENTURE. SAIL. EXPLORE.

Sailing holidays are a unique and unforgettable way to travel. You'll be on the boat with like minded people and gain more experience in sailing while being in a relaxed environment with a drink in hand sharing a few laughs.

Historic sites, Dubrovnik

Historic sites

Local professional staff

Local professionals

Seaside sunset

Dalmatian sunsets

Wine tasting, Croatian cuisine

Wine tastings

Explore National park Mljet

Explore National park

Secluded bays & coves

SUP yoga

What's Included

SailWeek aims to offer a fully inclusive week where you can party, relax and enjoy a worry free holiday.

Included with your booking:
  • Professional skipper with excellent local knowledge
  • 7 days accommodation on your yacht
  • Last night (FRIDAY) accommodation on your yacht
  • Port fees, tourist taxes and fuel
  • Towels and linen, final cleaning & dinghy
  • Free WiFi on your yacht
  • Mineral water & groceries for breakfast and lunch
  • Breakfast and lunch prepared by skippers (Spot bookings)
  • Snorkeling equipment & stand up paddleboard
  • Bring your own alcohol and food at no extra charge
  • Water taxi (Premium yachts)
  • NEW: Cabin fans (Premium yachts)
  • NEW: Bicycle rent on Mljet NP (Premium yachts)

Upon your arrival you'll get your SailWeek wristband which identifies you as a member of the SailWeek group and all the benefits that come with it including entrance to selected parties/clubs and discounts on extra activities that we offer during the sailing week.

Other Costs

Additional Costs for your trip may include evening meals, drinks at local bars and clubs, admission to historical monuments, other excursions and personal items.

Prices in Croatia:
  • Beer - €2 to €5
  • Cocktails - €6 to €15
  • Shots - €2,5 to €8
  • Coffee - €1,5 to €4
  • Soft drinks - €2 to €4
  • Bottled water - €1 to €3
  • Fast Food - €3,5 to €7,5 (Burgers, pizza, sandwiches, etc.)
  • Dinner with Wine - €20 to €40 (At good local restaurants)

The prices in Croatian supermarkets and local markets are very reasonable and similar or lower to other European countries.

Activities

There are endless choices of things to do while sailing in Croatia. We will be happy to help you plan or organize any activities of your choice.

Popular Activities:
  • Cliff jumping - FREE
  • Paddleboarding - FREE
  • Snorkeling - FREE (equipment included)
  • Hiking on Scedro island - FREE
  • Wine tasting in Korcula - €16
  • Mljet National Park entrance fee - €15
  • Kayaking/Cycling in Mljet National Park - €8/ €7
  • SkyDiving in Hvar - €250
  • SCUBA diving in Korcula - €54
  • Scooter - €20
  • Bicycle hire - €10

Please note that itinerary and all activities may be subject to change due to weather and sea conditions. Is there something you'd like to try out that is not on this list? Ask us! We are here to help you.

Adventure Sail Week - Dubrovnik. Mljet, Korcula, Sipan, Hvar, Split

EXAMPLE ROUTE ITINERARY

Please note that itinerary and all activities may be subject to change due to weather and sea conditions.

Split > Dubrovnik route

Adventure Sail Week Route Split-Dubrovnik
For bigger map click here

DAY 1 - SPLIT / SOLTA ISLAND

Drop off your bags at the SailWeek Check in desk at the ACI Split Marina anytime from 10am. Use your free time to explore ancient city of Split. We aim to embark around 7pm, after meeting your skipper and your crew. We'll sail to a quiet bay tucked away on Solta island just 2 hours from Split. Enjoy the night under the stars with your companions where there are no bright lights to distract you from the breathtaking night sky.

Split Old Town - Peristil
Meet Your Crew

DAY 2 - VIS

This unique island has an incredible history and its loaded with places to explore. Old town of Vis is filled with top quality restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. Hire a scooter or a convertible car and take a tour around the island. Check the Fort George, an old British outpost built in 1813 and dozens of former military tunnels. Hike down to the amazing Stiniva cove and see why it was voted one of the best european beaches. For the night try some of the best food Dalmatia has to offer.

Vis
Vis

DAY 3 - HVAR

After an afternoon of swimming and chilling in the lagoon at the beautiful Pakleni Islands, get a water taxi to Hvar town. Explore the backstreets of this beautiful old town, climb up to the fortress for a stunning sunset view of Hvar and the surrounding islands.Finish your day by having dinner in one of the trendy restaurants and some cocktails in the numerous clubs.

Split Old Town
Unique Ways to Experience the Island of Hvar

DAY 4 - KORCULA

One of the most architecturally interesting towns in Croatia, Korcula is a mini fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and many hidden treasures. Explore the hometown of Marco Polo. In the evening go on a wine tasting tour and finish up with cocktails at a rooftop bar.

Korcula Old Town
Korcula, Marco Polo

DAY 5 - Mljet

Experience the natural beauty of Mljet National Park. Cycle, walk or kayak around the two saltwater lakes. Bring your snorkeling gear and enjoy the rich marine life. Take your time and explore St. Mary island with its 12th century monastery converted into a cafe/restaurant. In the evening dine on fresh local fish at the restaurant in front of your yacht.

Mljet National Park
Mljet National Park

DAY 6 - SIPAN

An island with a true Adriatic summer feel, Sipan is perfection surrounded by beauty. It's full of Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation, amazing cypress, pine parks and citrus gardens. Eat at a local restaurant known for delectable fresh fish.

Split Old Town
Meet Your Crew

DAY 7 - DUBROVNIK

Enjoy a leisurely day on the way to the marina and sail by the magnificent fortress walls of Dubrovnik. Chill out and enjoy the final lunch on board with your new friends. After docking relax at the pool in the Marina. Catch a taxi or a 20 minutes bus ride to the old town and walk the medieval city walls. Explore Dubrovnik's nightlife including clubs, bars and restaurants. Friday night accomodation is on your yacht in Dubrovnik ACI Marina, FREE OF CHARGE.

Dubrovnik Old Town
Dubrovnik is always good idea!

DAY 8 - OPTIONAL

Have an extra few days after your SailWeek? Excellent!
We have prepared a couple of must do things before leaving Dubrovnik.

  • Visit Ston and walk the famous Ston city walls, the second longest defensive walls in the world and check why it is called Croatian "Great Wall of China". Finish your trip by enjoying best Croatian oysters from Ston bay.
  • Visit Mostar, picturesque town in nearby Herzegovina with its Old bridge, cafes by the river, churches and mosques.
  • Visit Kotor and Kotor bay in Montenegro, one of the most scenic places on the Adriatic sea. Climb the nearby mountain and experience the view over the biggest bay in the Adriatic.

These destinations are easy reachable by buses from Dubrovnik main bus station. Journey takes a few hours and prices vary depending the transfer company.

More about pricing and schedule here.

Ston, Walls
Ston Walls, Mostar Old bridge Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kotor Monte Negro

Dubrovnik > Split route

Adventure SailWeek Itinerary
Route DUBROVNIK > SPLIT

DAY 1 DUBROVNIK / SIPAN

Drop off your bags at the SailWeek Check in point at the ACI Dubrovnik Marina anytime from 10am to 3pm. Use your free time in between to explore the medieval city walls of Dubrovnik. We aim to embark around 4 pm, after meeting your skipper and your crew. We'll sail to Sipan island just 2 hours from Dubrovnik. For your first night enjoy delectable fresh fish and handpicked wine in one of the local restaurants and spend the night under the stars.

Dubrovnik Old Town
Explore the ancient city of Dubrovnik

DAY 2 - MLJET

Experience the natural beauty of Mljet National Park. Cycle, walk or kayak around the two saltwater lakes. Bring your snorkeling gear and enjoy the rich marine life. Take your time and explore St. Mary island with its 12th century monastery converted into a cafe/restaurant. In the evening dine on fresh local fish at the restaurant in front of your yacht.

Split Old Town
Meet Your Crew

DAY 3 - KORCULA

One of the most architecturally interesting towns in Croatia, Korcula is a mini fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and many hidden treasures. Explore the hometown of Marco Polo. In the evening go on a wine tasting tour and finish up with cocktails at a rooftop bar.

Korcula Old Town
Korcula, Marco Polo

DAY 4 - HVAR

After an afternoon of swimming and chilling in the lagoon at the beautiful Pakleni Islands, get a water taxi to Hvar town. Explore the backstreets of this beautiful old town, climb up to the fortress for a stunning sunset view of Hvar and the surrounding islands.Finish your day by having dinner in one of the trendy restaurants and some cocktails in the numerous clubs.

Split Old Town
Meet Your Crew

DAY 5 - VIS

This unique island has an incredible history and its loaded with places to explore. Old town of Vis is filled with top quality restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. Hire a scooter or a convertible car and take a tour around the island. Check the Fort George, an old British outpost built in 1813 and dozens of former military tunnels. Hike down to the amazing Stiniva cove and see why it was voted one of the best european beaches. For the night try some of the best food Dalmatia has to offer.

Vis
Vis

DAY 6 - SOLTA

From Vis, We'll sail to a quiet bay tucked away on Solta island. This island and its south cliffs are stunning. Spend the day paddleboarding, snorkeling or just soaking up the sun. Enjoy the night under the stars with your crew companions where there are no bright lights to distract you from the breathtaking night sky.

Solta, Stracinska bay
Solta, Stracinska bay

DAY 7 - SPLIT

Enjoy a leisurely sail on the way to Split with a stop at a breathtaking clear water lagoon. Seize your last day, chill out and enjoy the final lunch on board with your new friends. After docking in the marina, relax and spend the evening exploring ancient Diocletian's Palace and dine at one of many incredible restaurants. Friday night accomodation is on your yacht in the Split City Centre marina which is located just 10 minute walking distance from the main square, FREE OF CHARGE.

Dubrovnik Old Town
Dubrovnik is always good idea!

DAY 8 - OPTIONAL

Have an extra few days after your SailWeek? Excellent!
We have prepared a couple of must do things before leaving Split.

  • Book one of our daily excursions or transfers and explore world famous Krka National park or Plitvice National park with it's amazing waterfalls and freshwater lakes.
  • Visit the sea organs and check out why Alfred Hitchcock said Zadar has the best sunset in the world?
  • Walk the medieval city walls in Dubrovnik and visit The Game of thrones film set.
  • Visit Mostar, picturesque town in nearby Herzegovina with its Old bridge, cafes by the river, churches and mosques.

More about pricing and schedule at www.booker.hr or contact as at info@sailweek.tours.

Plitvice National park
Krka lakes, Dubrovnik Fortress Lovrijenac, Mostar Old bridge, Zadar

EXAMPLE ROUTE ITINERARY

Please note that itinerary and all activities may be subject to change due to weather and sea conditions.

Split > Dubrovnik route

Adventure Sail Week Route Split-Dubrovnik
For bigger map click here
  • DAY 1 SPLIT / SOLTA

    Drop off your bags at the SailWeek Check in desk at the ACI Split Marina anytime from 10am. Use your free time to explore ancient city of Split. We aim to embark around 7pm, after meeting your skipper and your crew. We'll sail to a quiet bay tucked away on Solta island just 2 hours from Split. Enjoy the night under the stars with your companions where there are no bright lights to distract you from the breathtaking night sky.

    Split Old Town - Peristil Meet Your Crew
  • DAY 2 - VIS

    This unique island has an incredible history and its loaded with places to explore. Old town of Vis is filled with top quality restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. Hire a scooter or a convertible car and take a tour around the island. Check the Fort George, an old British outpost built in 1813 and dozens of former military tunnels. Hike down to the amazing Stiniva cove and see why it was voted one of the best european beaches. For the night try some of the best food Dalmatia has to offer.

    Vis Island Vis
  • DAY 2 - HVAR / PALMIZANA ISLAND

    After an afternoon of swimming and chilling in the lagoon at the beautiful Pakleni Islands, get a water taxi to Hvar town. Explore the backstreets of this beautiful old town, climb up to the fortress for a stunning sunset view of Hvar and the surrounding islands.Finish your day by having dinner in one of the trendy restaurants and some cocktails in the numerous clubs.

  • DAY 4 - KORCULA

    One of the most architecturally interesting towns in Croatia, Korcula is a mini fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and many hidden treasures. Explore the hometown of Marco Polo. In the evening go on a wine tasting tour and finish up with cocktails at a rooftop bar.

    Korcula Old Town Korcula, Marco Polo
  • DAY 5 - MLJET

    Experience the natural beauty of Mljet National Park. Cycle, walk or kayak around the two saltwater lakes. Bring your snorkeling gear and enjoy the rich marine life. Take your time and explore St. Mary island with its 12th century monastery converted into a cafe/restaurant. In the evening dine on fresh local fish at the restaurant in front of your yacht.

    Mljet National Park Mljet National Park
  • DAY 6 - SIPAN

    An island with a true Adriatic summer feel, Sipan is perfection surrounded by beauty. It's full of Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation, amazing cypress, pine parks and citrus gardens. Eat at a local restaurant known for delectable fresh fish.

    Sipan island Sipan
  • DAY 7 - DUBROVNIK

    Enjoy a leisurely day on the way to the marina and sail by the magnificent fortress walls of Dubrovnik. Chill out and enjoy the final lunch on board with your new friends. After docking relax at the pool in the Marina. Catch a taxi or a 20 minutes bus ride to the old town and walk the medieval city walls. Explore Dubrovnik's nightlife including clubs, bars and restaurants. Friday night accomodation is on your yacht in Dubrovnik ACI Marina, FREE OF CHARGE.

    Dubrovnik Old Town Dubrovnik is always good idea!
  • DAY 8 - OPTIONAL

    Have an extra few days after your SailWeek? Excellent!
    We have prepared a couple of must do things before leaving Dubrovnik.

    • Visit Ston and walk the famous Ston city walls, the second longest defensive walls in the world and check why it is called Croatian "Great Wall of China". Finish your trip by enjoying best Croatian oysters from Ston bay.
    • Visit Mostar, picturesque town in nearby Herzegovina with its Old bridge, cafes by the river, churches and mosques.
    • Visit Kotor and Kotor bay in Montenegro, one of the most scenic places on the Adriatic sea. Climb the nearby mountain and experience the view over the biggest bay in the Adriatic.

    These destinations are easy reachable by buses from Dubrovnik main bus station. Journey takes a few hours and prices vary depending the transfer company.

    More about pricing and schedule here.

    Ston, Walls Ston Walls, Mostar Old bridge Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kotor Monte Negro

Dubrovnik > Split route

Adventure SailWeek Dubrovnik-Split Route
For bigger map click here
  • DAY 1 DUBROVNIK / SIPAN

    Drop off your bags at the SailWeek Check in point at the ACI Dubrovnik Marina anytime from 10am to 3pm. Use your free time in between to explore the medieval city walls of Dubrovnik. We aim to embark around 4 pm, after meeting your skipper and your crew. We'll sail to Sipan island just 2 hours from Dubrovnik. For your first night enjoy delectable fresh fish and handpicked wine in one of the local restaurants and spend the night under the stars.

    Dubrovnik Old Town Explore the ancient city of Dubrovnik
  • DAY 2 - Mljet

    Experience the natural beauty of Mljet National Park. Cycle, walk or kayak around the two saltwater lakes. Bring your snorkeling gear and enjoy the rich marine life. Take your time and explore St. Mary island with its 12th century monastery converted into a cafe/restaurant. In the evening dine on fresh local fish at the restaurant in front of your yacht.

    Mljet Mljet National Park
  • DAY 3 - KORCULA

    One of the most architecturally interesting towns in Croatia, Korcula is a mini fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and many hidden treasures. Explore the hometown of Marco Polo. In the evening go on a wine tasting tour and finish up with cocktails at a rooftop bar.

    Korcula Old Town Korcula, Marco Polo
  • DAY 4 - HVAR

    After an afternoon of swimming and chilling in the lagoon at the beautiful Pakleni Islands, get a water taxi to Hvar town. Explore the backstreets of this beautiful old town, climb up to the fortress for a stunning sunset view of Hvar and the surrounding islands.Finish your day by having dinner in one of the trendy restaurants and some cocktails in the numerous clubs.

    Hvar Hvar
  • DAY 5 - VIS

    This unique island has an incredible history and its loaded with places to explore. Old town of Vis is filled with top quality restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. Hire a scooter or a convertible car and take a tour around the island. Check the Fort George, an old British outpost built in 1813 and dozens of former military tunnels. Hike down to the amazing Stiniva cove and see why it was voted one of the best european beaches. For the night try some of the best food Dalmatia has to offer.

    Vis Vis
  • DAY 6 - SOLTA

    From Vis, We'll sail to a quiet bay tucked away on Solta island. This island and its south cliffs are stunning. Spend the day paddleboarding, snorkeling or just soaking up the sun. Enjoy the night under the stars with your crew companions where there are no bright lights to distract you from the breathtaking night sky.

    Solta, Stracinska bay Solta, Stracinska ba
  • DAY 7 - SPLIT

    Enjoy a leisurely sail on the way to Split with a stop at a breathtaking clear water lagoon. Seize your last day, chill out and enjoy the final lunch on board with your new friends. After docking in the marina, relax and spend the evening exploring ancient Diocletian's Palace and dine at one of many incredible restaurants. Friday night accomodation is on your yacht in the Split City Centre marina which is located just 10 minute walking distance from the main square, FREE OF CHARGE.

    Split Old Town Split
  • DAY 8 - OPTIONAL

    Have an extra few days after your SailWeek? Excellent!
    We have prepared a couple of must do things before leaving Split.

    • Book one of our daily excursions or transfers and explore world famous Krka National park or Plitvice National park with it's amazing waterfalls and freshwater lakes.
    • Visit the sea organs and check out why Alfred Hitchcock said Zadar has the best sunset in the world?
    • Walk the medieval city walls in Dubrovnik and visit The Game of thrones film set.
    • Visit Mostar, picturesque town in nearby Herzegovina with its Old bridge, cafes by the river, churches and mosques.

    More about pricing and schedule at www.booker.hr or contact as at info@sailweek.tours.

    Plitvice National park Krka lakes, Dubrovnik Fortress Lovrijenac, Mostar Old bridge, Zadar

"Couldn't have asked for a better week, all the friendships made were incredible and all the activities were amazing."

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No matter what accommodation option you book (full yacht/spots) all boats travel together and for that week are the part of the SailWeek flotilla.

FAQ

    • The best way to travel to Croatia is flying in to one of the international airports in Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Zagreb.
      Please click link Getting there for more detailed information on getting to your Marina in Croatia.
      Getting there
    • Departure marina:

      • Departure marina for all Adventure Sail Week bookings is ACI marina Split or ACI marina Dubrovnik.
    • After booking you'll receive login link where you can find your booking details and arrival info document with instructions how to get to your departure marina.
    • Check-in desk is open from 10am until 5pm in your departure marina. Let us know in advance if you have late flight.
    • We aim to sail out around 6-7pm.
    • We return to the Marina Friday afternoon. (On Friday you have accommodation on the yacht)
    • The latest Check-out time is until 9am on Saturday morning.
      If you have to go earlier you can do an early check-out. Please let us know in advance if you require early check-out.
  • "Groceries for breakfast and lunch" are included and delivered straight to your yachts on Saturday afternoon before you start your sailing trip. It includes all basic household items necessary for the week on the yacht. Breakfast groceries such as cereals(cornflakes and muesli), fruit, nutella, ham, bacon, cheese, spread cheese, butter, mozzarella, eggs, milk, yogurt, coffee and tea.

    Mediterranean style groceries for the light lunch include pasta, rice, tomato sauce, pesto, cooking cream, parmigiano, canned tuna, vegetables (like tomato, cucumbers, zucchini, onion...), fresh fruit (like bananas, water melon, peaches, apples...), olive oil, sunflower oil, balsamic vinegar and spices salt and pepper.

    You'll get a couple of liters of soft drinks ( orange and apple juice) and bottled water every day.

    Every morning your skipper will bring you fresh bread.

    Furthermore the package contains plastic cups, paper towels, soaps, dishwasher detergent, sponges, toilet papers and garbage bags.

    With the food packages provided, simply preparation is required. There are enough groceries for breakfast and one meal per day (half board) but you have to prepare it by yourself. You are also required to keep the yacht tidy and clean the dishes after yourself.*

    * Those who are booking the full yacht have the option for booking the hostess who will cook and prepare the meals and clean after.

    We are not going to control how much you eat and how often you are preparing your meals. As said, there are enough groceries for breakfast and one meal per day (half board). If you run out of food you may bring your own food and drinks on board any time at no additional charge. There are local shops and supermarkets at most shore stops to re-supply if needed.

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