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Travel news and info for those interested in boats, lighthouses and Croatia in general.
While I was preparing to write a story on food in Croatia, being a food lover and a travel fan myself, I wanted it to be about an experience someone visiting the country doesn’t usually have the chance to be part of.
According to a research from 2017. 43% of people interested in chartering a yacht in Croatia choose the Internet as their main source of information. Having that in mind, once you’ve decided to charter a yacht there are generally three ways you can go about it.
There’s an old saying that goes “A vineyard needs a slave, wine needs a master.”. This one line perfectly encompasses all the hard work needed to make good wine and the will power required to prevail its seductiveness.
Maybe you've already visited or friends told you what a great time they had, bottom line is – you are thinking about spending your next vacation in Croatia and you would like it to be a sailing vacation. Before you go any further, here are a few tips you might find useful.
"Improper anchoring, discharged bilge water, littering, noise, speed boats and various human activities can be very harmful to the natural environment. It is necessary that each individual takes responsibility for their actions in order to prevent irreparable damage."
Association for Nature, Environment and Sustainable Development Sunce
Beside usual information like: are you interested in a motor yacht, catamaran or sailboat charter, bareboat or with crew, for how many people, in which period, etc., there are some other details that might be very helpful when you decide to contact a travel agent to help you charter a yacht in Croatia. Here are some of them.
Presumably coming from the Greek word "pelagos" meaning open sea, located almost in the middle of the Adriatic sea, the Palagruža archipelago rightfully carries its name.