Croatia Flotilla

September 21 – October 1, 2019


A couple spaces are still available!

Check Croatia off your bucket list!

Sail the stunningly beautiful turquoise waters of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast—perfect for all levels of sailors. Explore ancient castles, roman palaces, medieval cities, and more. Join our Croatia flotilla for a spectacular way to experience this historic country.

Interested?

Call Barb at 360.385.3628 x106 or email barb@nwmaritime.org

Or let us get in touch with you

Why Flotilla in Croatia?

Simply, it's a great way to see Croatia! A flotilla is an opportunity for first-time or beginner skippers to cruise protected waters with line-of-sight navigation. Buddy-boating in a flotilla brings safety in numbers and adds an “instant party” to make your sailing experience more enjoyable, whether it’s your first time or your fifth.

There are several ways to participate: reserve a whole boat with friends and family; connect with other singles or couples to form a boat; or reserve a cabin on a boat skippered by a Northwest Maritime Center staff member. Whichever option you choose, we're excited to have you flotilla with us!


Options:

Bareboat

If you are a qualified captain (have a captain license or a bareboat cruising certificate, or want to get one by September) you can sign up for a bareboat! Email barb@nwmaritime.org for information on how to get bareboat cruising certified!

NWMC Captain

When you travel with a Northwest Maritime Center captain, you have the assurance of the captain making sure your trip goes smoothly from start to finish. Plus, you can learn to sail in Croatia!

Cost:

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41′ Bareboat from $975!

  • 3 cabins
  • $5,854.59 per boat
  • $1,951.53 per cabin
  • $975.00 per person
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47′ Bareboat from $925!

  • 4 cabins
  • $7,397.88 per boat
  • $1,849.47 per cabin
  • $925.00 per person
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47′ With Captain from $1483!

  • 3 cabins + captain cabin
  • $2,965.96 per cabin
  • $1,483.00 per person

Bucket List


Split

Split, Croatia: A living, breathing monument with walls and buildings over 1700 years old! See Diocletian's Palace which dates back even further, with some elements, including the sphinx and columns, over 3500 years old.

Mljet

One of the most beautiful islands along the Croatian Adriatic coastline, Mljet is home to the famous cave that saved shipwrecked Odysseus during his return home from the Trojan war. The legend of the island continues in Homers' Odyssey.

Korcula

An island of legends and myths off the Dalmation Coast. According to legend, Korcula was originally founded in the 12th century BCE by Trojan hero Antenor, and is the supposed birthplace of the 13th century Venitian merchant, Marco Polo.

Vis

Explore the oldest settlement in Dalmatia, dating back to 397 BCE when Dionysius, the ruler of Sicily at the time, established a town on the site of the present-day port. Island philosophy: “Life is easy; people are complicated."

Kornati Islands

Known as a "nautical paradise," the archipelago of Kornati consists of over 140 islands. Reflecting on its beauty, Nobel Laureate George Shaw once wrote, "On the last day of the creation, God desired to crown his work and thus created the Kornati islands..."

Trogir

See one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns in Central Europe! Explore the Kamerlengo Castle, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the historical city core, and all of the other medieval sites Trogir has to offer!

Learn Croatian!

Click or hover on a word to translate.

Hi

Bog

Bye

Ciao

Yes

Da

No

Ne

Please

Molim

Thank You

Hvala

Bon Appetit!

Dobar tek!

Cheers!

Zivjeli!

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