Picture yourself swaying gently on the sapphire waters of the Adriatic Sea, the sun’s warmth caressing your skin, and a gentle breeze tousling your hair. Finding our own secluded bay to anchor in for the night. The perfect spot to enjoy the sunset with a glass of local wine!

This bucket list dream holiday, sailing around the Croatian islands offers a perfect blend of azure waters, picturesque landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and the freedom to explore hidden gems at our own pace.

The Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive at Marina Baotic, only 10 minutes drive from Split airport. On the first day we will get to know the boats, settle into our cabins and then head out to Trogir town for dinner

Day 2: We will set sail to the tranquil island of Šolta.

Day 3: You’re in for a remarkable voyage towards the enchanting Komiza on the island of Vis.

Day 4: Explore beautiful Vis and the stunning blue caves in Bisevo

Day 5: The Pakleni Archipelago in Hvar. A must visit spot and is the next stop on our adventure

Day 6: Golden Horn is one of the most beautiful beaches along the Adriatic coastline.

Day 7: Return to Split/Trogir

Trogir Town, only 10 minutes away from Marina Baotic

Day 2 – Solta

Are you ready to explore the picturesque beauty, cultural treasures, and unmatched charm of sailing the Adriatic on a Bali 42?

We begin our exciting holiday as we sail out of the beautiful coastal town of Trogir and head for the enchanted island of Solta. This voyage is filled with stunning views and maritime wonders.

Maslenica on Šolta island

Depending on the speed and weather conditions, it is normally around 2 hours at sea to Maslenica Island in Solta. The short journey gives you the chance to start on a soft note, soaking up the magnificent Mediterranean scenery.


Day 3 – Vis

On the third day of your sailing expedition, departing from the tranquil harbour of Maslenica on the island of Solta, you’re in for a remarkable voyage towards the enchanting Komiza on the island of Vis. Depending on the weather conditions and cruising speed, this route normally takes approximately 4 to 6 hours.

Komiža on Vis island

Just take the opportunity to anchor at a neighbouring island of Bisevo, which is situated in Porat’s beauty bay as you sail toward Komiza. There you will be met with a pure, wild beach that is an ideal spot to relax and enjoy the sun in undisturbed nature.

Day 4 – Bisevo

Prepare to search the islands of Vis and Bisevo early for hidden treasures on your fourth day’s voyage. Begin with a voyage to the nearby Bisevo, where the famous Blue Cave awaits. The earliest you can come is in the morning when sunlight illuminates the cavern’s interior to get a picture of its fascinating azure glow.

Budikovac lagoon on Vis island

Be sure to explore Vis’s south shore, weather permitting. Experience the spectacular Stiniva’s Cove, positioned in front of an imposing cliff wall and a striking green cave that allows you to view emerald waters as well as its undersea world.

Consider taking a boat in Budikovac Lagoon while the sun is setting, where buoys offer an undisturbed overnight stay. In addition, it is a great option to visit the sandy beach of Stonica’s natural bay. If you’re looking for a little more action, the vibrant city of Vis is an attractive option which promises to mix history, culture and nightlife in this remarkable island.

Bisevo Blue Caves

Day 5 – Hvar

The fifth day of your sailing odyssey, prepare for an exciting voyage from the serene island of Vis to the enchanting Pakleni archipelago

An array of pleasant options awaits you during an overnight stay on the Paklenis islands. You’re free to anchor in quiet Soline Bay, find isolated anchorages on Marinkovich Island or secure a docking station at the peaceful Vinogradisce Sea. On the other hand, a comfortable anchorage is provided by ACI Marina Palmizana.

Pakleni archipelago

From the Pakleni archipelago, it’s convenient to arrange water taxis to transport you to the lively town of Hvar. Hvar, known for its lively nightlife, offers an abundance of entertainment options to end the day in style.

Day 6 – Brac

You’ll say farewell to the city of Starigrad, on an enchanted island called Hvar, and map out a route for one of the most famous Golden Horn Beaches at neighboring Island Brac during your 6th day sailing adventure. This stunning, ever-shifting strip of land is renowned for its breathtaking beauty and offers a playground for water sports enthusiasts, with opportunities for windsurfing, paragliding, and more.

Golden Horn Beaches

Day 7 – Back to Split

It’s time to get back to our home port of Trogir, stopping for a refreshing stop at one of the idyllic natural coves along the route, which will be an excellent opportunity to swim in Adriatic crystal clear waters before reaching the marina.


The Catamarans

Bali 4.2 2023

Bali Cats are among the creme de la creme of catamarans. These boats start with a price tag of £500k and soar upwards beyond a £million.

Designed to take us across the sea in comfort and style they are a great size for our club to enjoy the Adriatic. There is enough social space for us to enjoy cocktails and dinners on board as a team but there are also plenty of quiet seating and sunbathing areas so you can step away for a while and enjoy some rays and a book.

Learn To Sail – Or Just Chill

Each boat will be skippered by a Yachtmaster Sailing instructor. Firstly, this is necessary. In order to able to charter one of these amazing yachts you have to be a qualified sailor.

Secondly, it’s an opportunity for you to get an introduction to sailing. Your skippers will run you through a thorough brief, show you how everything works and get you settled in. During the week you can be as involved as you like with sailing the boat or you can just chill out and leave it to your skipper.

If you want to get involved you should know your way about crewing a sail boat by the end of the holiday.

These salty sea dogs will be your skippers for the week. There is bound to be many tales of sailing adventures and I would suggest hiding the rum!

Salty Sea Dogs – Noel & Jamie

So What Are The Finer Details?

The price for the trip is on a per cabin basis. There are three cabins available on each boat equipped with a double bed.

The cost of the cabin is £2000 for the week which includes bedding, towels, skipper, insurance, damage deposit waiver, wifi, a generator for charging devices and powering appliances, a tender and a 2.5HP outboard engine. The price is for the cabin regardless of whether there are one or two people sleeping in it.

Boat costs will be divided equally between everyone on board. Boat costs include consumables such as fuel, food, drinks, dinners ashore, marina fees and anything else that the group needs. Typically it’s easiest for everyone to put money into a kitty at the start of the week and share the change at the end of the week.

Finally, you will have to make your own way there. An ideal flight, which we will be on too, leaves from Gatwick and costs around £500. We can share details with you if you decide to come along.

The charter company requires a 50% deposit from everyone by the 25th of Feb and you can secure one of the cabins by using the booking button below.

It’s going to be awesome……..

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