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How to save money on food while sailing in Croatia

When you are sailing in Croatia, one of the biggest temptations to break your budget is going to be food. Sailing along the Dalmatian coast, you are going to enjoy some of the best cuisine you ever tasted in your life. Seafood lovers will savor dishes like skampi na buzaru and crni rizot (read more in our Guide to Croatian Food for Sailors), while those looking for comfort food will delight in slow-baked peka prepared and served the traditional way. And then there are desserts—makovnjaca poppy cake and fritule doughnuts (read more in our guide to Croatian Sweets).

Croatian food isn’t cheap though—and if you are sailing for a week or more, the costs can add up quickly. So what can you do to save money on cuisine without sacrificing the chance to try a lot of great local food? Here are some ideas.

But then you find yourself wondering, “Is sailing safe? Should I hire a skipper or a full crew? Should I really be going out there on my own? Or is sailing more dangerous than I think?”

You are getting ready to place your reservation for a sailboat charter in Croatia. You can’t wait to get out there on the water. You are pretty new to sailing, but the best way to learn is to plunge in, right? After all, if you are sailing the calm waters of the Adriatic on beautiful, sunny days, what can go wrong?

But then you find yourself wondering, “Is sailing safe? Should I hire a skipper or a full crew? Should I really be going out there on my own? Or is sailing more dangerous than I think?

The simple answer to this question is … Yes. Sailing is dangerous.

Sailing Vacation with Family in Croatia Part II – Bonding and Recreation

If you are looking for a great way to bond with your family on vacation, one of the most exciting and fun things you can do is plan a charter holiday in Croatia (read the full article)In Part I, we explored some of the reasons why a Croatia sailing getaway is a perfect choice for a family-friendly trip. You have the chance to plan an itinerary which caters to every member of your family, and you can enjoy a range of unforgettable experiences. These include everything from water-based activities like snorkeling and water-skiing to exploration of the numerous historical sites in Croatia’s enchanting walled cities.

Now let’s go in-depth into some of the recreational activities you can book to bond with your family and create memories to last a lifetime!

Learn to sail - Essential Skills for Bareboat Sailing

Dream of becoming a skipper? One of the most amazing ways you can explore this adventurous hobby is by taking a bareboat sailing expedition along the coastline of beautiful Croatia. Of course, you can’t plunge right in and sail safely—there are some essential skills you need to pick up first.

Trying to plan your next family vacation? If you want to try something a little different from your typical road trip or cruise liner vacation, one fantastic idea is to head out on a sailing holiday with your loved ones in Croatia.

Trying to plan your next family vacation? If you want to try something a little different from your typical road trip or cruise liner vacation, one fantastic idea is to head out on a sailing holiday with your loved ones in Croatia.

Learn to Sail: Anchors and Anchoring

We are happy to announce that Danielis Yachting - Skipper and Hostess School training course will take place in Trogir, starting from 01st April 2017. In order to get you interested in our Skipper Course we started a Learn To Sail series on our blog which will provide interesting content for all of you who want to learn more about sailing.