Luxury Charter Cruises
Ready for an adventure with style? Whether it is casual corporate entertaining or cruising with loved ones, chartering a luxury boat will make the right impression for you and your family and friends to relax and enjoy everything the Adriatic Sea has to offer. From small catamarans, to motor yachts for any-sized party, chartering a ship can make your vacation dreams come to life.
Recently I had the opportunity to arrange a beautiful charter boat for a party of 11. What a great way to spend a week cruising along the Dalmatian coastline and exploring charming coves around the Croatian Islands. Their luxury motor-sailor yacht has 6 cabins to accommodate the guests. The 157 feet long private boat is fully loaded with amenities. The saloon on the main deck comprises a generous lounge area, a bar, and a dining area with a large table big enough for all the guests.
It also offers a variety of water toys, such as a jet ski’s, water ski’s for adults and children, stand-up paddle-boards, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, and amateur fishing gear to keep guests entertained.
The professional crew and captain will navigate to places of your choice, so you have nothing to worry about when at sea. With the impeccable crew service, there is nothing else to do but to have fun and enjoy the pristine clean water of the Adriatic Sea.
Now after setting up fabulous accommodations on the water, the only question that remains is where to go? Would you like to visit a hilltop fortress and the main square on Hvar, or maybe you are more interested in the secluded beaches and coves around the Pakleni Islands? It all depends on the weather and your mood. The captain will advise your group on the possible choices taking into consideration everybody’s safety. So, you will only need to prepare to be flexible.
Croatia has about 1200 islands covering 1300 square miles. You will have a choice to go either direction – to the North or South; Central and Southern Dalmatia always get my vote. The most famous islands in this area are Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis, and Mljet. If you are sailing during high season time and looking for quieter spots, you might want to check out less popular yet charming islands, which the crew is always happy to advise.
Traveling from one historic UNESCO World Heritage site to another, you’ll see the amazing natural beauty, lakes and waterfalls in between Croatia makes for one of the most desirable destinations in the world, and upon arrival, you will understand why it is so popular for island hopping adventures!