What is YACHT WEEK CROATIA?
The Yacht Week is not purely one single boat event. It is a series of events that are organized by European Travel Ventures. Yacht Week is a 7-day sailing event that takes place to various destinations once a year in Croatia. It is considered a floating festival. A typical route for CROATIA Yacht Week will have stops in SPLIT, MILNA, STARI GRAD, HVAR, KOMIŽA, VIS, and TROGIR. The route may vary year-to-year, but the main destinations, such as SPLIT will stay the same.
Everyday the cruise stops in a new destination. This gives you the opportunity to see something new each day. You will experience floating raft parties, beach bars, 200 year old forts, parties, ancient ruins, seaside yoga, and more. There is something for everyone to experience on this cruise.
Each day will be filled with activities, so there won’t be a dull moment throughout the entire trip. All cruises are 7 days long, and will typically start and end on a Saturday. Book as early as you can, spots fill up fast! You can make payments for the cruise in three installments for a yacht, and two installments for a cabin
You can opt to join in The Yacht Week with your friends if you charter your own personal yacht or you can just go by yourself and reserve a private cabin on the yachts that are already sailing. If you are planning to join in The Yacht Week action, it is essential that you take note of the fact that the cabins fill up super fast and the number of yachts that head out on each of the excursions are very limited, so booking early is of the utmost importance.
It should also be noted that The Yacht Week has a fairly strict policy on keeping a 50:50 male to female ratio for each and every trip. There have been some cases where exceptions have been granted, but these have all usually been in favor of a higher female ratio. When you are booking your trip online, you are going to see that percentage next to the yacht that you are seeking to reserve; that percentage is the minimum number of female attendees that have to be in the party in order for the yacht to depart and set sail.