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Sailing Italy, Slovenia & Croatia – 10 Days

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Sailing Italy, Slovenia & Croatia

10 Days

 

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    • Activity Level Fairly Easy
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    • Group Size Small Group
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    All about the Sailing Italy, Slovenia & Croatia – 10 Days.

    Sailing Italy to Croatia! Forget about ordinary vacations! Let’s sail together and enjoy the beauty of the Italian and Croatian coast!

    With so many peaceful coves, hidden inlets, and secluded beaches to visit in the northern Adriatic, this flexible 10-day sailing tour is the best way to discover the region’s hidden gems. Begin in Venice then visit the ancient basilicas and eclectic bars of Grado. Voyage through the Gulf of Trieste and hit Koper, Slovenia’s oldest and largest coastal city, before sailing along sun-soaked islands and tranquil beaches in the Kvarner Gulf. With the comfort of on-board conveniences and a time-efficient itinerary, this Italy-to-Croatia sailing tour balances moments of relaxation with opportunities to discover the unknown.

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    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • 16m (52 ft) Mediterranean Sailing Yacht.
    • 4 twin/double bed cabins, 3 bathrooms, 2 showers (9nts).
    • Fully licensed skipper
    • Snorkelling equipment
    • Tour Leader
    • All taxes

    On our Italian sailing trips, the Tour Leader will help you make a food kitty, where around EUR 75 per person, per week will be added to the kitty for small food items on board to cover breakfasts, lunches and the odd dinner. 
    Breakfasts and lunches are prepared by yourself, and most dinners are taken ashore at local restaurants.

    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Flights
    • Airport transfers
    • Visa
    • Tipping
    • Extra on land spending/meals
    • Any activities not included in the Inclusions.
    1. Day 1 Venice

      Arrival day. Join the group at 5pm for a welcome meeting and safety briefing before beginning the sailing adventure. Enjoy a night cap with your crew mates on the boat, Spend the night in the marina in Venice, then hit the waters the next morning.

      When arranging your transportation, such as flights, please take into consideration the below time restrictions for joining and departing from your group. With these times, we have taken into account travel time to/from the airport in the given destination and required time for check-in or baggage collection/immigration

      Your flight must arrive by or before
      02:00 p.m.

      Your flight must depart no earlier than
      02:00 p.m.

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    2. Day 2 Venice/Grado

      Embark from Venice as we hug the Adriatic coastline all the way to Grado.

      Flexible itineraries give your experienced skippers the opportunity to showcase all the hidden gems you’re looking for. We follow the desires of the group and tailor the sailing experience to provide each group a quality journey while on board.

      As we begin our epic seafaring voyage through the gorgeous Adriatic Sea, keep an eye out for the various ancient villages, towns and ruins that will make up the first part of our trip.

      Our first stop is the island settlement of Grado, where we can sample the charming Italian culture, before we embark for the seaside towns of Slovenia and Croatia.

      Highlights:

      Venice – Grado

      Get into the thick of things swiftly aboard one of our sharp-looking yachts.

      Grado City Excursion

      Visit Grado’s many eclectic shops, bars, and restaurants and pick up a keepsake to forever remind you of this charming town. Head to the heart of town to visit the many ancient basilicas and experience the medieval architecture.

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    3. Day 3 - 4 Gulf of Trieste & Slovenia

      Depart Grado as we begin the second section of our voyage through the Gulf of Trieste.

      The second leg of our voyage takes us along the storied coastline of Slovenia. Depending on weather and desire, visit the seaside towns of Koper, Piran, and Portoroz.

      Highlights:

      Piran and Portorož City Excursion

      Visit the Slovenian sister towns of Piran and Portorož, each with their own unique atmospheres. Explore the Baroque and Renaissance architecture of Piran’s narrow pedestrian walkways, then travel 5 minutes down the road to the glitz and glamor of Portorož and it’s shining casino’s and seaside resorts.

      Koper City Excurison

      Tour Koper, Slovenia’s oldest and largest coastal city. Explore the city streets and spot various Venetian Gothic masterpieces such as the Praetorian and Loggia Palaces.

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    4. Day 5-6 Istrian Peninsula

      Traverse the coastline of Croatia’s Istrian peninsula, with opportunities to visit seaside towns of Rovinj and Pula.

      Glide past the many villages of Croatia’s sunny coastline. Depending on weather, visit the fishing village of Rovinj for spectacular fresh seafood, or tour the various architectural styles and Roman ruins of Pula.

      Highlights:

      Istria – Kvarner

      Get into the thick of things swiftly aboard one of our sharp-looking yachts.

      Rovinj City Excursion

      Tour the charming fishing village of Rovinj. Tour the tightly wound streets of the old town, or take a bike ride along the coastline for some beautiful views.

      Pula City Excursion

      Make land and visit the historic Croatian town of Pula, renowned for it’s wine-making industry, and it’s multitudes of ancient Roman buildings. Pick up some delectable beverages and visit the Pula Arena, one of the largest and most complete Roman arenas still in existence.

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    5. Day 7-9 Kvarner Bay Islands

      As we enter the Kvarner island chain, spend the next few days touring the archipelago as we feast on fresh seafood and lounge on the areas many secluded beaches.

      With so many islands to visit, talk with your Skipper about the best places to land. Tour the many islands, or relax on the boat as the world drifts by.

      16m (52 ft) Mediterranean Sailing Yacht
      Kvarner – Zadar

      Get into the thick of things swiftly aboard one of our sharp-looking yachts.

      Lošinj Island Excursion

      Lošinj has long been known as an island paradise, with evidence of inhabitants dating back 12,000 years. It’s kept that reputation all this time, thanks to being one of the sunniest island destinations in the entire Adriatic. Lounge on the beaches, or visit one of the small towns for a taste of laid back island life.

      Dugi Island Excursion

      The island of Dugi combines all that is magical about this part of the world, vibrant blue water, majestic beaches and cliffs, and charming seaside hamlets all ready for exploration. Thanks to it’s designation as part of Kornati National Park, the pristine environment remains unspoiled for new visitors.

      Molat Island Excursion

      Tour the many secluded coves of Otok Molat, a tiny slice of heaven with barely 200 inhabitants. Revel in the peace and quiet of this hidden gem as the waves gently lap our sailboat.

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    6. Day 10 Zadar

      Say farewell to your sailing partners, and depart after breakfast.

      If you would like extra time in Zadar after the sailing journey is finished

      Departure Day
      Zadar
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    16m (52 ft) Mediterranean Sailing Yacht.

     

    4 twin/double bed cabins, 3 bathrooms, 2 showers (9nts).

    Our 50ft sailing boats are equipped with state of the art technology offering all travellers onboard a safe and enjoyable experience. Space is optimized – sleeping quarters are snug, meaning that more of the boat is open from everyone to enjoy. Cabins are allotted by the skipper based on the gender and traveller make-up of the group.

    A NOTE REGARDING SMALL SPACES ON SAILBOATS:
    A NOTE REGARDING SMALL SPACES ON SAILBOATS:
    – Please note that the rooming for these boats is assigned upon arrival and neither particular cabins, nor berths can be guaranteed. You will be sharing a bunk or double bed with your travel partner or one of your fellow passengers of the same sex and sharing the bathrooms onboard.
    – Please be aware that as this is a real sailboat and not a cruise vessel and the space on board is tight. The sleeping quarters on sailboats are generally kept to a minimum size in order to maximize public space and performance.
    – It may be possible to smell engine and/or diesel fumes when in the cabins, due to their proximity to the engine room. Most travel is done during the day, so it is unlikely you will be in the cabin when the engine is running.
    – Some people are not comfortable with the type of close quarter arrangements typically found on sailboats, however if a real sailing experience on a real sailboat is what you are after, then this experience should more than make up for cramped quarters.
    – Opportunities to sleep in open air on main deck are often available.
    – Please note that the skipper may also be sharing the ship’s quarters and amenities with you.
    – Power onboard is 220V on European 2 pin sockets. Please note that this is not suitable for sleeping aid machines, as the power source may not always be operating. Bringing a battery pack is recommended.

    16m (52 ft) Mediterranean Sailing Yacht.

    About our Transportation

    Our 50ft sailing boats are equipped with state of the art technology offering all travellers onboard a safe and enjoyable experience. Space is optimized – sleeping quarters are snug, meaning that more of the boat is open from everyone to enjoy. Cabins are allotted by the skipper based on the gender and traveller make-up of the group.

    Accommodation

    4 twin/double occupancy cabins, 3 shared bathrooms, 3 showers.

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    There is limited space on the yachts. We recommend the use of a duffel bag or backpack. A good size daypack is also essential. PLEASE NOTE: No hard suitcases are permitted due to limited space.

    Packing List

    Documents:
    • Flight info (required) (Printouts of e-tickets may be required at the border)
    • Insurance info (required) (With photocopies)
    • Passport (required) (With photocopies)
    • Required visas or vaccination certificates (required) (With photocopies)
    • Vouchers and pre-departure information (required)

    Essentials:
    • Binoculars (optional)
    • Camera (With extra memory cards and batteries)
    • Cash, credit and debit cards
    • Day pack (Used for daily excursions or short overnights)
    • Ear plugs
    • First-aid kit (should contain lip balm with sunscreen, sunscreen, whistle, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, bandaids/plasters, tape, anti-histamines, antibacterial gel/wipes, antiseptic cream, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, water purification tablets or drops, insect repellent, sewing kit, extra prescription drugs you may be taking)
    • Flashlight/torch (Headlamps are ideal)
    • Fleece top/sweater
    • Footwear
    • Hat
    • Locks for bags
    • Long pants/jeans
    • Moneybelt
    • Outlet adapter
    • Personal entertainment (Reading and writing materials, cards, music player, etc.)
    • Reusable water bottle
    • Shirts/t-shirts
    • Sleepwear
    • Small travel towel
    • Sunglasses
    • Toiletries (Preferably biodegradable)
    • Watch and alarm clock
    • Waterproof backpack cover
    • Windproof rain jacket

    Marine:
    • Drybag (Will help keep cameras and essentials dry)
    • External battery pack
    • Motion sickness tablets
    • Sarong
    • Snorkel gear (optional) (Only if own equipment is preferred.)

    Warm Weather:
    • Sandals/flip-flops
    • Shorts/skirts (Longer shorts/skirts are recommended)
    • Sun hat/bandana
    • Swimwear

    Laundry

    Laundry facilities can be found in some harbors, ask your skipper for the best places.

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