Dive Spot

CROATIA

DIVE WEEK

CROATIA

Croatia offers divers a surprising number of dive sites to choose from including reefs, underwater caverns, pillars and canyons. As for wrecks the island of Vis has the most around her, including and not limited to WWI and WWII shipwrecks and a B-17 bomber. The island is circled with dive sites, so the biggest challenge you’ll have is deciding where to go. 

Ship Wreck Dive Croatia

 HIGHLIGHTS

Dive cave

HVAR

Start the morning with a delicious breakfast before you visit spectacular dive sites

Scuba Dive Kefalonia

VIS

Dive into a submarine silo. Explore the silo and jump from the top, if you dare! 

Dive Sailing

KORCULA

Korčula is is one of the most picture-perfect places you can ever go in Croatia.

Dive in

OKUKLJE

Explore the traditional fishing village of Okuklje

Diving with Fish

POMENA

Enjoy a full day of sailing, swimming, diving and exploring the islands

Blue Dive

DIVE SITES

The most comprehensive dive & sailing week package! Daily swim stops in the crystal clear water

CROATIA

7 Days   Private Charter

Croatia Map

ITINERARY

Dubrovnik Sail Croatia

EMBARKATION

ACI Dubrovnik

Check in time is 1 PM at ACI Marina and the boat will leave around 2 PM. 

You will be greeted by the crew and will have a glass of Proceso waiting for you upon arrival at the boat.

Dubrovnik

DAY ONE

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is an absolute 'must see' town and it's wise to arrive a day or two early to really explore the fortified town and sink your teeth into her. There are no shortage of activities including the walking tour of the wall, the Game of Thrones walk, kayak around the outside of the fortified walls or even sneak in an early dive before you start your 'Dive Week' with us. You will arrive at the marina, find the boat and we'll head out soon afterwards to get the adventure started. 

Sailing Mljet

DAY TWO

Okuklje

Our first stop is the traditional fishing village of Okuklje. This little gem is a terrific introduction to Croatian hospitality and Dalmatian food. 
We berth and dine in a family-run restaurant where they will kill you with kindness and the food is pretty amazing too!  

No street lights means an amazing celestial display, so after dinner stay up a little longer and look to the sky, you won't be disappointed.

HOW TO GET THERE?

Everything you need to know on how to get to Croatia coming from your designated locations.

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DAY THREE

Pomena

Mljet is the most beautiful and most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful islands of the Mediterranean.  We will explore the coastline as we sail up towards the National Park and our port of Pomena.  Once in port, you'll be able to take an afternoon dive and if you have the energy afterwards, you can hire a mountain bike and cycle around the lake in the National Park. ​Whether you choose to have an active afternoon or sit by the water with a cool refreshment, you'll love the town of Pomena.

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DAY FOUR

Korcula

We'll set off early to be sure to have enough time to sail and also arrive in the marina with time for an afternoon dive. We arrive at the postcard-perfect marina in the heart of fortified Korcula Island with plenty of time to wander the old backstreets after your dive. Korčula is the home place of Marco Polo and also some exceptional restaurants and bars. You can enjoy a sunset cocktail overlooking the bay, wander the cobbled streets and ponder the town's history. There's no shortage of things to see and do in Korčula.

DAY FIVE

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Hvar

Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. It has been famous since the antique because of its important strategic and nautical position. We arrive in the bay of Vinogradisce, where we're staying on a mooring overnight. The bay is a perfect protected haven ideal for swimming around the boat, exploring the island or taking a water taxi to Hvar for an afternoon dive. Hvar has a plethora of restaurants, bars and is alight with activity and ideal if you're looking to make an evening of it.

 

 

DAY SIX

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Vis

Vis has to be one of the highlights of the trip.  We will leave early to get a head start on the day's activities and our first stop will be the old submarine silo!  Explore the silo and jump from the top, if you dare! After a morning's excitement, we're off to secure a berth on the town quay where you're free to explore the magical island with a military tour, wine tour, hire a scooter to explore or to take one of the amazing shipwrecks, plane wrecks or other dives. Remember to save your appetite, there are some tremendous local cheese, meats, wines and restaurants here. Yum! 

 

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DAY SEVEN

Maslinica

Maslinica is a beautiful traditional fishing village on the Island of Šolta. We don't set off to Maslinica until later in the day after you've had the opportunity to sneak in a morning dive on Vis! 

BOAT LAYOUT

Oceanis 48

BOAT LAY OUT

Introducing our beautiful Lagoon 42. This catamaran is one of the best models in the industry and is popular choice for sailing holidays.

Full Boat

ACTUAL PHOTO

Here is our Lagoon 42 up close. Look how beautiful it in the cobalt blue ocean.

Sail Croatia Forward cabin

FORWARD CABIN

These cabins are situated on the front part of the monohull. It's not as big as the Aft but some couples prefer it here. 

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AFT CABIN

These cabins are situated on the rear part of the monohull. It a bit bigger than the Forward cabin and is more for shared charter.

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DAY EIGHT

Split

Split, the old town is built around a sheltered harbour, sheltered from the open sea by many islands and close to the airport.  

 

Split has high coastal mountains set against the blue Adriatic, provide a striking vistas while home to many of the city’s café’s and boutique shops.  

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DISEMBARKATION

Marina Kastela

Check out at 8am. Sadly it is time to say goodbye, until next time.

TIPS:

Before you are legally permitted to dive, you are required to obtain a Croatian diving permit. The cost 100 Kuna and can you can get one at dive centres and dive clubs on presentation of your passport and diving certification card. It's valid for a year.

The diving season is from May to November, with the warmest months being July and August.  In September and October the water is still want and tourist numbers have reduced.

Summer water temperatures range from 22°C to 25°C at the surface and drop to 19°C below 12m. Most people are more comfortable in a wet suit even in summer. Winter water is a chilly 11°C at the surface.

There is minimal tide in Croatia (about 1 foot of tide) and wave height is generally low, but can raise in open areas when the winds are high. The current is generally weak, but be mindful of channels and convergence points. 

Some of the dives are deep, as the depth drops off quickly to 80 meters.  Some dives are for beginners and intermediate divers, while others can be up to 50-60 meters deep.

WHAT'S INCLUDED?

We offer the most inclusions and the best value for money!

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You're greeted with Champagne upon arrival

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Seven days/nights accommodation on your luxury private yacht

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Beautiful Beneteau Oceanis 48 sailing yacht

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Full friendly crew: Skipper and host / hostess. Learn how to sail or test your skills with your qualified skipper.

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All your onboard costs included: Your weekly marina & port fees, Fuel, Final cleaning fee, Tourism taxes.  No hidden charges or 'departure taxes'.

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Half board: your hostess will prepare your breakfast & lunch

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Bring-Your-Own (BYO) alcohol.

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We also have a Snorkeling gear on board for your usage.

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Wifi (4G unlimited data)

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