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Croatia - Quality of Sailing and Charter Options

Hello, am considering this venture with my family. This follows an exhilarating voyage from St. Vincent to Greneda where we encountered 20+ kt winds daily. It was like sailing on the back of a missile! I've heard mixed reviews of the quality of sailing off the Croatian coast. I dont want to end up bored and stuck trying to make my way. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, including good charter companies. Sunsail cannot meet our requirements this time for a 38 ft cat. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Croatia - Quality of Sailing and Charter Options

i heard sailing in Croatia is awesome couse there are few national parks right on the coast


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Re: Croatia - Quality of Sailing and Charter Options

I am interested in chartering there too. So looking forward to responses to this post.
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Re: Croatia - Quality of Sailing and Charter Options

Ditto on hearing more about it. I did read that you need an International Competency Certificate or some such thing. I'd also like to know if that's the case, or if you can get by without any formal certs.

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Re: Croatia - Quality of Sailing and Charter Options

Did a charter out of Biograd a few years ago and cruised down to Split and back. It is a great area to cruise but expensive though there is a lot of anchorages. I really liked Korcula. Lots of Medieval architecture and Diocletian moved the capital of the Roman empire to Split so there is lots of history.
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