EVENT DATES 2015
- Week 24: 6th June – 13th June
- Week 25: 13th June – 20th June
- Week 26: 20th June – 27th June
- Week 27: 27th June – 4th July
- Week 28: 4th July – 11th July
- Week 29: 11th July – 18th July
- Week 30: 18th July – 25th July
- Week 31: 25th July – 1st August
- Week 32: 1st August – 8th August
- Week 33: 8th August – 15th August
- Week 34: 15th August – 22nd August
- Week 35: 22nd August – 29th August
- Week 36: 29th August – 5th September
- Week 37: 5th September – 12th September
How much does it cost?
The typical price per person is €350-600 depending on the model and year of the yacht, and event week and if you need or not a skipper
If you can’t sail, don’t panic, we will provide you with a professional skipper who will ensure your comfort and safety.
How to book?
- Gather your friends
- Choose a week
- Choose a yacht or a cabin
Your journey starts in Split, one of the oldest cities on the Dalmatian coast. Split is the biggest city on the Adriatic and it's packed with historical sites as well as exciting clubbing spots. This is where our sailing yachts will be waiting for you, in the famous Split harbour.
Just before you board, you might want to do your shopping for groceries or anything else you might need for this yacht party week. Alternatively, you may simply choose to have your host/hostess do it for you, if you've picked one. In that case you truly needn't worry about a thing.
One of the biggest events in the surrounding area is the Ultra Festival, so feel free to check out our special Ultra week offer!
You will absolutely love the city of Hvar! Voted as one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world, the island of Hvar is an unforgettable attraction with its historical Venetian palaces, fine local restaurants, hippest bars and night clubs.
With an average of 7.7 sunshine hours per day, Hvar is the most sunny island on the Croatian coast and that's how it earned its nickname „the island of the sun“. Hundreds of party people from all over the world flock to night clubs and bars. You might find yourself rubbing shoulders with the world's rich and famous, who are frequent visitors on the island. Even Beyonce and Jay Z couldn’t resist the charms of this island. Will you?
Pakleni otoci (Hell’s Islands in English), which host the amazing Palmižana yacht marina, is where we take the party further. Whatever you're in for, what happens on Hell's Islands, stays on Hell's Islands. During the day you can do what everyone does when they're on holidays in Croatia - swim, relax and enjoy the sun. After getting yourself sun kissed, you can take your hot body to the famous Carpe Diem cocktail bar, and mingle. The bar is scenic; situated in a large shallow bay on a sandy beach, surrounded by pine trees, fragrant lavender and rosemary bushes, you're bound to have a great time. For the insatiable ones, there's always an after beach party where you can watch a mind-blowing sunrise with a favourite cocktail in your hand.
Komiža is a small old Mediterranean town on the far side of the island of Vis. By this point, you will realise what we mean when we say that the seawater makes you good as new. Swimming, sunbathing and eating fine food will have all your senses spoiled.
Komiza's narrow streets, sandy beaches and fresh water springs is bound to keep you moving, but save some energy for partying in the clubs until the early morning.
The next stop we're sailing to is Vis, a beautiful remote island surrounded by the central Dalmatian archipelago and its numerous small islands. During the day, this island is a quiet oasis of peace and you can explore its world-wide famous caves, as well as enjoy fine wine and mouth-watering local Croatian cuisine.
At nights, the island transforms into to a vibrant clubbing scene, where you can party until the morning. As a free activity, you can attend a Military tour which takes you deep underground into the military complex tunnels that were built during the WWII. These tunnels were a well-kept secret, until 1992, when it got opened for sight-seeing.
Bol is a tourist settlement on the island of Brač with a long tradition of night life.
Excursion boats and yachtsmen from all over the world flock to attend various parties in the amazing cocktail bars. The beach “Zlatni Rat”, Croatia’s most spectacular beach, is also located on the island of Bol. If you are into sporting activities, there's a lot to choose from in this vibrant little town. Its recognizable cultural identity delights thousands of visitors every year.
The final destination is Split, where this party yacht week will reach its peak. If you still didn't have enough, the rich clubbing scene of Split is going to blow your mind. The aficionados of good music and crazy parties will enjoy themselves until the early morning hours. Alternatively, those craving for some calmer activities can enjoy a peaceful stroll in a historical city and do the usual tourist activities. At this point, we will say goodbye, at least until the next summer, when our adventure goes on.
Ashley Colburn, a two-time Emmy award winning television producer has been this summer in Croatia on a trip with SAILING.HR. She filmed with her crew from Ashley Colburn Productions for a week and made testimonial documentary film.This is her vision.
The Travelettes published the video they made after summer trip with SAILING.HR. On the first week of August 2014, five Travelettes met up in Split, Croatia for the first time. It was a wild week of sailing, discovering, jumping in the crystal clear Adriatic sea, dancing (so much dancing!), countless giggles, and one failed high-five. Jump on board!