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Navigator Cruises

Cruises for under 35s!

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  • Navigator Cruises

    Summary

    Navigator Cruise Destinations, Sail Croatia

    Navigator Cruises:

    • The very best ships
    • Exclusive parties, club nights and events
    • Meet up with our Navigator fleet onshore
    • Exclusive excursions
    • 1 litre of water per day
    • Fully stocked bars
    • Free wi-fi*
    • No single supplements*

    Our Navigator Cruises are perfect for the under 35s! You'll be island hopping all week with like-minded travellers as we cover the biggest highlights on the Croatian coast aboard some of the liveliest motor yachts on the Adriatic. Swim in secluded bays and explore historic towns and villages. Watch golden sunsets with your friends whilst sipping cool drinks from the decks of your boat and let the mood take you out in the evenings to waterside cafes or vibrant bars and clubs.

    About our Navigator Routes

    Sail Croatia Navigator Party Shots

    Both the Return and One-Way Routes take in our most popular stops including the World Heritage listed City of Split and the spectacular ancient walled city of Dubrovnik - described memorably as "Heaven on Earth" by George Bernard Shaw.

    Travelling down the coast of Croatia, one of the sunniest in Europe, your boat will visit the beautiful island of Hvar, home to the most exclusive bars and clubs on the Adriatic, as well as the islands of Korcula, Mljet and the Makarska Riviera.

    Along the way, your captain will moor up in small unspoilt bays for a cooling swim in the clear waters of the Adriatic. Breakfasts and lunches are freshly prepared for you daily by our onboard chef. Come evening you are free to step ashore and visit one of the many waterside bars, cafes and restaurants. Absorb the sights and smells of a balmy Croatian evening while enjoying a drink and local speciality dishes.

    Navigator Ships

    Sail Croatia Jumping off boat

    Our Navigator Ships are classic motor cruisers of wood and steel construction and no two are the same. They each have their own individual features and charms, influenced by the families which own and run them.

    They have large sun decks so you can just lie back on deck and enjoy some enforced relaxation while sipping a chilled glass of wine or beer and basking in the warmth of the Croatian sun under the bluest of skies.

    Your view will change every hour without you moving a muscle! Sailing with us is an effortless way to discover more of a new country, without the hassle of rushing between bus stops, taxi ranks and ferry ports.

    *See 2014 Prices tab for full details.

    Return Itinerary

    Sail Croatia Navigator Split Return Route Map

    We designed the Return Route specifically so that all our Navigator boats can moor up together in the evenings giving you the chance to meet and catch up with even more like-minded travellers. Socially it is the best trip to be on whilst taking in the best destinations between Split and Dubrovnik.

    We also have our Explorer Return cruise operating exclusively on Premier and Premier Plus ships. Explorer Cruises are aimed at young professionals and young at heart travellers.

    Departure Day: Saturdays (Apr - Oct)
    Departure Time: 1PM
    Finish Time: 9AM the following Saturday
    Note it is possible to finish on Friday evening as the boats will dock in Split around 5pm

    Saturdays: SPLIT - HVAR

    Hvar, Croatia

    Departure from Split harbour is at 13:00. Lunch is followed by a swim at one of the hidden bays heading towards Hvar. Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic and is famous in Croatia for its super-yachts and celebrity status. Climb the hill to explore the 7th century fort ruins overlooking the harbour, before checking out the famous Hvar nightlife, with clubs such as Carpe Diem and Nautica Bar.

    Sundays: HVAR - TRSTENIK

    Trstenik, Croatia

    From Hvar, we sail south to one of the bays near Loviste on the Peljesac peninsula, for a refreshing swim, before we continue to Trstenik. Set along a south facing bay and lined by a pebble beach, Trstenik is famous for its wine and was a key port for the transportation of grapes to Italy and beyond. We overnight here and relax whilst our Captain and Crew fire up the onboard BBQ for those wanting dinner onboard the boat.

    Optional Activities

    Mondays: TRSTENIK - DUBROVNIK

    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    After breakfast we depart for Dubrovnik. Enjoy the beautiful sights as we cruise towards "heaven on earth" - according to the famous writer George Bernard Shaw. We arrive in Dubrovnik early afternoon. Explore the 13th century old town, with its 1,940m long city walls and discover hidden gems such as cafes perched along the walls, where you can sit back and watch the sunsets. Later in the evening there are plenty of late night hangouts to keep you awake into the early hours.

    Tuesdays: DUBROVNIK - MLJET

    Mljet National Park, Croatia

    We leave Dubrovnik in the morning and continue north through the Elephite islands where we will stop for a swim before heading onto Mljet National Park. We arrive late afternoon and you can then explore the salt lakes in the National Park and relax on this peaceful island. We will overnight in the port of Polace or Pomena.



    Optional Activities

    • Mljet National Park Entrance (90 - 110 Kunas. Average price depending on travel date)
    • Bikes and Kayaks Hire (from 35 Kunas)
    • BBQ (90 - 150 Kunas. Average price depending on inclusions)

    Wednesdays: MLJET - KORCULA

    Korcula, Croatia

    From Mljet we continue towards the island of Korcula, stopping to swim for much of the day. We will arrive in Korcula late afternoon, the birthplace of Marco Polo, where we overnight. After dinner you can work your way towards Dos Locos bar and then follow the locals onto clubs inside the old town walls. Just don't miss the boat the next morning!



    Optional Activities

    Thursdays: KORCULA - MAKARSKA

    Makarska, Croatia

    The next morning we will sail back up the Dalmatian coast to the Makarska Riviera. We spend the afternoon swimming at one of the beautiful bays before arriving into Makarska later in the afternoon. Makarska nestles under the massive peaks of the Biokovo mountain range with Mt Jure the highest seaside peak on the Mediterranean. For nightlife options, there is the cocktail bar Marineta and for late night takers there is the infamous club "Deep" a natural cave next to the sea which rocks into the wee hours!

    Optional Activities

    Fridays: MAKARSKA - SPLIT

    Split, Croatia

    From Makarska, the boats will make their way back to Split stopping for a swim break and lunch at one of the pretty coastal beaches. There is an optional river rafting activity after lunch for anyone who wishes to get some action in for the day. You will be dropped back in Split later in the afternoon where you will rejoin the boats. We arrive back in Split late afternoon. The city has UNESCO protection as a World Heritage site and has an abundance of Roman architecture - of special interest is the Diocletian palace.

    Optional Activities

    Saturdays: SPLIT

    Reps, Croatia

    Early breakfast after which it is time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends or join one of our Balkan Road Trips and explore more of Croatia, Bosnia and Slovenia! Note: It is possible for you to leave as early as needed on Saturday morning to catch flights as the boats will be in port by Friday night.



    Optional Activities

    All of the activities offered on this itinerary are informative only and are for your planning benefit. These are booked and paid for locally if you wish to participate. There is no obligation to participate as they are purely optional. They are offered by local companies and do not form part of your booking with Sail Croatia. Prices are in Croatian Kunas and also approximates and subject to change. Some minimum numbers also apply.

    One Way North

    Navigator One Way Dubrovnik to Split Sail Croatia Route Map

    The One-Way Route is designed to give you time to see more islands including two nights on the island of Hvar. You can mix and match Easyjet flights in and out of Split/Dubrovnik or plan it into onward overland journeys. The most popular direction is Dubrovnik to Split, but both routes have a great choice of optional excursions you can experience en-route.

    We also have our Explorer One Way Cruises operating exclusively on Premier boats. Explorer Cruises are aimed at young professionals and young at heart travellers. Click here for more details.

    Saturdays: DUBROVNIK

    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Check-in at Dubrovnik's Gruz harbour is from 11am, with lunch served at 1pm so you can get to know your shipmates onboard. The boats will stay in Dubrovnik for your first night so that you have time to explore this unique city on the Adriatic. Explore the 13th century old town, with its 1,940m long city walls and discover hidden gems such as cafes perched along the walls, where you can sit back and watch the sunsets. Later in the evening there are plenty of late night hangouts to keep you awake into the early hours.


    Optional Activities

    • Dubrovnik Walking Tour (90 Kunas)

    Sundays: DUBROVNIK - MLJET

    Mljet, Croatia

    After a night in Dubrovnik we leave in the morning and sail north through the Elephite islands where we will stop for a refreshing swim before heading onto Mljet National Park. We arrive late afternoon and you can then explore the salt lakes in the National Park and relax on this peaceful island. We will overnight in the port of Polace or Pomena.


    Optional Activities

    • Mljet National Park Entrance (90-110 Kunas. Average price depending on travel date)
    • Bikes and Kayaks (from 35 Kunas)
    • BBQ (90 - 150 Kunas. Average price depending on inclusions)

    Mondays: MLJET - KORCULA

    Korcula Party, Croatia

    We continue onto Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, where we will overnight. En-route, we stop in Lumbarda bay where you can join one of the local wine tasting excursions which will then drop you back at the boats in Korcula later in the afternoon. After dinner you can work your way towards Dos Locos bar and then follow the locals onto clubs inside the old town walls. Just don't miss the boat the next morning!

    Optional Activities

    • Buggy Safari (300 Kunas)
    • Kayaking (100 Kunas)

    Tuesdays: KORCULA - HVAR

    Hvar Party, Croatia

    After lunch onboard the boats we stop for a swim at one of the hidden bays heading towards Hvar. Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic and is famous in Croatia for its super-yachts and celebrity status. Climb the hill to explore the 7th century fort ruins overlooking the harbour, before checking out the famous Hvar nightlife, with clubs such as Carpe Diem and Nautica Bar.

    Wednesdays: HVAR - STARI GRAD

    For our second night on the island of Hvar, we move on to the quaint harbour town of Stari Grad. Situated on the northern side of the island, Stari Grad is the oldest town in Croatia, dating back to 384BC. The town boasts an attractive network of narrow streets and small squares, with plenty of restaurants and bars around the harbour.

    Optional Activities

    • Wine Tour (150 Kunas)

    Thursdays: STARI GRAD - MAKARSKA

    Makarska Party, Croatia

    Leaving Hvar island, we sail to the picturesque Makarska Riviera, which nestles under the massive peaks of the Biokovo mountain range with Mt Jure the highest seaside peak on the Mediterranean. For nightlife options, there is the cocktail bar Marineta and for late night takers there is the infamous club "Deep" a natural cave next to the sea which rocks into the wee hours.

    Optional Activities

    • Discovery Dive (320 Kunas)

    Fridays: MAKARSKA - SPLIT

    Split, Croatia

    From Makarska, the boats will make their way back to Split stopping for a swim break and lunch at one of the pretty coastal beaches. There is an optional river rafting activity after lunch for anyone who wishes to get some action in for the day. You will be dropped back in Split later in the afternoon where you will rejoin the boats. For those staying with the boats, we arrive back in Split late afternoon. The city has UNESCO protection as a World Heritage site and has an abundance of Roman architecture - of special interest is the Diocletian Palace.

    Optional Activities

    • Cetina River Rafting Trip (TBC)

    Saturdays: SPLIT

    Sail Croatia Reps

    Early breakfast after which it is time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends or join one of our Balkan Road Trips and explore more of Croatia, Bosnia and Slovenia! NOTE: It is possible for you to leave as early as needed on Saturday morning if you need to catch flights as the boats will be in port by Friday night.

    Optional Activities

    • Bosnia/Mostar Day Trip (TBC)

    All of the activities offered on this itinerary are informative only and are for your planning benefit. These are booked and paid for locally if you wish to participate. There is no obligation to participate as they are purely optional. They are offered by local companies and do not form part of your booking with Sail Croatia. Prices are in Croatian Kunas and also approximates and subject to change. Some minimum numbers also apply.

    One Way South

    Navigator One Way Split to Dubrovnik Route Map Sail Croatia

    The One-Way Route is designed to give you time to see more islands including two nights on the island of Hvar. You can mix and match Easyjet flights in and out of Split/Dubrovnik or plan it into onward overland journeys. The most popular direction is Dubrovnik to Split, but both routes have a great choice of optional excursions you can experience en-route.

    We also have our Explorer One Way Cruises operating exclusively on Premier boats. Explorer Cruises are aimed at young professionals and young at heart travellers. Click here for more details.

    Saturdays: SPLIT - OMIS

    Omis, Croatia

    Departure from Split harbour is at 13:00 with lunch upon departure. We sail down the coast taking in the stunning views before stopping for a swim at one of the coastal bays. We will moor up in Omis, a small port lying under the Biokovo Mountains. Omis lies at the mouth of the Cetina river, which splits the Riviera in a spectacular gorge and during the 12th and 13th Century was an area where pirates thrived!

    Sundays: OMIS - MAKARSKA

    Makarska, Croatia

    The following morning we get underway early to sail down the coast towards Makarska. Makarska nestles under the massive peaks of the Biokovo mountain range with Mt Jure the highest seaside peak on the Mediterranean. For nightlife options, there is the cocktail bar Marineta and for late night takers there is the infamous club "Deep" a natural cave next to the sea which rocks into the wee hours.


    Optional Activities

    • Discovery Dive (320 Kunas)
    • Cetina River Rafting Trip (TBC)

    Mondays: MAKARSKA - STARI GRAD

    Stari Grad, Croatia

    Early in the morning, we head towards the island of Hvar, the longest and one of the most well-known islands in the Adriatic, mooring overnight in the quaint harbour of Stari Grad. Situated on the northern side of the island, Stari Grad is the oldest town in Croatia, dating back to 384BC. The town boasts an attractive network of narrow streets and small squares, with plenty of restaurants and bars around the harbour.

    Optional Activities

    • Wine Tour (150 Kunas)
    • BBQ (90 - 150 Kunas. Average price depending on inclusions)

    Tuesdays: STARI GRAD - HVAR

    Hvar, Croatia

    After lunch onboard the boat, we stop for a swim at one of the hidden bays heading towards Hvar Town for our second night on Hvar island. The 7th century fort ruins towering above the harbour, waterfront restaurants and famous bars make it a popular night's stop. We overnight along the town s waterfront where we have prime position for the restaurants, bars and clubs, such as Carpe Diem, Veneranda and the Nautica Bar.

    Wednesdays: HVAR - KORCULA

    Korcula, Croatia

    From Hvar, we continue our trip south. Our first stop is in one of the bays near Loviste, on the Peljesac peninsula. We will find a quiet bay to spend the day relaxing in the sunshine and swimming. Later in the afternoon we continue onto Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, where we overnight. After dinner you can work your way towards Dos Locos bar and then follow the locals onto clubs inside the old town walls. Just don't miss the boat the next morning!

    Optional Activities

    • Buggy Safari (300 Kunas)
    • Kayaking (100 Kunas)

    Thursdays: KORCULA - MLJET

    Mljet National Park, Croatia

    The next morning we head south to the island of Mljet. We arrive late afternoon and you are then free to explore the salt lakes in the National Park and enjoy the sun and sea on this peaceful island. We will overnight in the port Polace/Pomena.




    Optional Activities

    • Mljet National Park Entrance (90 - 110 Kunas)
    • Bikes and Kayaks (from 35 Kunas)
    • BBQ (90 - 150 Kunas. Average price depending on inclusions)

    Fridays: MLJET - DUBROVNIK

    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    After breakfast we depart for Dubrovnik which will be the highlight and also end point of our cruise. Enjoy the beautiful sights along the way as we cruise towards "heaven on earth" - according to the famous writer George Bernard Shaw. We will arrive in Dubrovnik mid-afternoon. Explore the 13th century old town, with its 1,940m long city walls and discover hidden gems such as cafes perched along the walls, where you can sit back and watch the sunsets. Later in the evening there are plenty of late night hangouts to keep you awake into the early hours.

    Optional Activities

    • Sail Croatia Live (50 Kunas) (July-August)
    • Dubrovnik Walking Tour (90 Kunas)

    Saturdays: DUBROVNIK

    Sail Croatia Reps

    Early breakfast after which it is time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends or join one of our Balkan Road Trips and explore Montenegro, Albania and Corfu on the Croatia to Greece Pass, or Bosnia on the Bosnia Adventure. NOTE: It is possible for you to leave as early as needed on Saturday morning if you need to catch flights as the boats will be in port by Friday afternoon.


    Optional Activities

    • Montenegro Day Trip (TBC)
    • Dubrovnik Walking Tour (90 Kunas)

    All of the activities offered on this itinerary are informative only and are for your planning benefit. These are booked and paid for locally if you wish to participate. There is no obligation to participate as they are purely optional. They are offered by local companies and do not form part of your booking with Sail Croatia. Prices are in Croatian Kunas and also approximates and subject to change. Some minimum numbers also apply.

    FAQ

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are Navigator Cruises?

    Navigator Cruises are aimed at "Like Minded" travellers, i.e. independent travellers aged 21-35. If you want to travel with other like minded travellers, we have exclusive boats throughout the season. Just select the Navigator option when booking.

    What day does the trip leave?

    All boats depart on Saturdays at 1pm except the Navigator One Way Dubrovnik to Split route, where the check-in is from 1pm onwards on Saturday, with the boat leaving early on Sunday morning, and the Wednesday Return departures, which depart at 1pm on Wednesday from Split.

    What time do the trips finish?

    The boats return to port on the Friday night and you disembark by 9am after breakfast on the Saturday morning. For Wednesday Return cruises, the boats return to port on Tuesday night and you finish early on Wednesday morning, disembarking by 9am.

    What are the cabins like?

    They usually have 2 beds in them, often bunk beds. On some boats, there is a triple cabin or double bed available. We can check at the time of booking if you request this.

    What is the difference in above deck and below deck?

    Simply put, above deck is on the main deck of the boat or just above it. Below deck is in the hull of the boat. There are pros and cons to both - the below deck cabins are often cooler and quieter at night as you do not have other travellers walking past your cabin as much as the above deck cabins. Above Deck cabins offer more natural light and ventilation and most open out onto the ocean. Each boat is unique and therefore the layout does vary from boat to boat.

    Please note: On some of the boats the above deck cabins are located on 2 levels, i.e. on deck and upper deck.

    How many bathrooms and toilets are there on the Standard Boats?

    On average there are 4 or 5 bathroom/toilets on the Standard boats. Ratio is around 1 bathroom/shower to 5-6 travellers.

    I am travelling by myself. Is there a single supplement?

    There are no single supplements on the Navigator cruises, provided that you are willing to share your cabin with another single traveller. If you prefer to have your own cabin, you can pay a supplement which is 50% of the one person cabin price.

    Is food included?

    Breakfast and lunch is included every day. Dinner is not included as we encourage you to explore the local port towns in the evening to enjoy the local food and wine. We can offer some suggestions on the best places to go. Breakfast is simple continental-style (bread and spreads). You can pay onboard for a cooked English breakfast at a supplement of 40 euros for the week. Lunches are usually 3 courses, with a soup/salad starter, meat or fish-based main course and fruit/cake for dessert.

    Can I bring food and drink onboard?

    You cannot bring food and drink onboard the boat, except for specific dietary requirements. Each boat has its own bar and drinks consumed onboard (including bottled water) must be purchased from here.

    I am a vegetarian or have a special meal request - do you cater for me?

    We don't cook specifically for vegetarians or travellers with special meal requests. Lunch usually includes soup or pasta as a starter, some meat or fish, vegetables as side dish, salad and dessert. The vegetarians will enjoy larger amounts of vegetables and salad. To have it on your plate from the first day of the cruise, please advise us at the time of your booking that you are vegetarian. If you are allergic to some sorts of food, please specify in advance what it includes. We will put a note beside your name on the list of guests so the crew can be prepared. At the time of your check-in, please introduce yourself to your cook or waiter so they are aware of who you are and you can discuss anything in particular with them.

    How much spending money do you think I will need to take with me?

    It is difficult to specify the money that you can spend per day, however as a general rule Euro 25 to Euro 30 or GB £25 to £30 per day can provide you with additional meals and optional entrances.

    What about insurance?

    We strongly recommend taking out travel insurance before you go. Our partners, Down Under Insurance, offer great deals. Click here for an insurance quote.

    Are there powerpoints on the boats?

    Yes. There are European 2-pin points which can be used for charging phones, cameras and use of hairdryers, etc. These are different for each boat but are generally located in the main salon area on all boats and in the cabins for Ensuite/Premier/Premier Plus boats only.

    Do you sail from island to island?

    Essentially the boats are motor cruisers which enable the boats to take in more islands and get from point to point as per the schedule. For ships that have sails, these do go up if the the conditions are right but the wind isn't reliable enough to allow the boats to keep to the itineraries so we cruise using the engine most of the time.

    How do I get to Split?

    Easyjet, Wizzair and Croatia Airlines fly into Split on a regular basis from the UK. Many travellers also fly into Ancona and catch the overnight ferry to Split on Friday night at 9pm and arrive Saturday morning at 7am. There are quite a few options - Click on the Getting There section for more information.

    Should I book the ferry from Ancona to Split?

    Yes. You run the risk of the ferries being full. This happens regularly.

    Are there ferries to Split all the time?

    Overnight ferries go most nights but not all. Please check the departure dates before booking your flights. You can visit www.jadrolinija.hr to view timetables and connections.

    I am South African. How do I get a visa?

    Once your booking has been confirmed we will email you your pre-departure documents and you will be able to apply at the Croatian Embassy. It is a simple formality for the Croatian Embassy to process which rarely encounters problems. If you plan on visiting Bosnia you will also need a visa for entry here. Please note that if you plan on catching a bus between Split and Dubrovnik, the route goes through Bosnia.

    Which is the best trip?

    Each trip has its own appeal. The Navigator cruises are by far the most popular for travellers aged 18 - 35. These are lively trips and are great for those looking for a lively trip with lots of social outings. Our Explorer cruises are popular with couples, young professionals and young at heart travellers and operate on a One Way route (Split to Dubrovnik or vice versa). They are best suited for relaxing, swimming and sightseeing.

    I was thinking of just catching buses and ferries around?

    Some benefits over ferries include us visiting all the hidden spots. We stop for a swim and time to discover small bays and islands. Try doing this on a ferry with 100's of other passengers. We also stop at local ports so you discover the towns and nightlife in the evenings. Plus you don't need to carry your bags around to find accommodation.

    What nationality are the crew?

    Our crews are Croatian. They are local people showing you the best of their own culture.

    Do the crew speak English?

    Most do but not all, however there will be at least one crew member that will speak English on the boat and they will be responsible for looking after you. You can expect to encounter traditional people with traditional values. They are excellent hosts and go out of their way to ensure you have a fantastic trip.

    How many people are on the boats?

    This depends on the size of the boats. They accommodate from 20 to 40 people. The average Standard boat accommodates around 25 people. Ensuite ships accommodate on average 30 people, with the Premier and Premier Plus ships taking an average of 38 people.

    What age are the passengers?

    The Navigator cruises are aimed at travellers aged 18-35.

    What nationality are the passengers?

    Our Navigator boats are mainly English-speaking travellers (usually US, Australian, New Zealand, British & South African travellers).

    How do I make sure I am on the same boat as my friends?

    Each group has a group leader. This person is responsible for coordinating with each of you to ensure you all know what boat you are on. Please advise us if you have friends who have already booked and we can add you on to their booking.

    How do I find the boats in Split?

    The boats are located in Split harbour directly opposite the main bus station. If you are flying into Split there are airport shuttle buses which take you to the main bus terminal (45 minutes). If you are coming to Split another way you will see the bus station at the southern end of the harbour. Look out for the name of your boat and our representative will be there to meet you.

    How do I find the boats in Dubrovnik?

    The boats will be moored in Gruz harbour in Dubrovnik, which is about 5-10 minutes on the bus from the old town. The main bus station is in Gruz harbour and the boats are about 5 minutes walk from here. From the airport, there is a regular shuttle bus service which stops at the old town first before going on to the bus station in Gruz harbour. The shuttle bus takes an hour. Look out for the name of your boat and our representative will be there to meet you.

    What happens if I miss the boat's departure time?

    It is usually possible to catch up with the boat by ferry and/or bus/taxi. The options depend on the route you are booked on:

    Navigator Return: Boat will be in Hvar on Saturday night. In the afternoon, you can catch a ferry/hydrofoil from Split to Hvar Town. In the evenings, there is a ferry to Stari Grad on Hvar island (2 hours) and you can get a taxi from here to Hvar Town (25 mins).

    Navigator One Way Split to Dubrovnik: Boat will be in Makarska on Saturday night. You can catch a bus from Split to Makarska (approx. 1 hour 15 mins)

    Navigator One Way Dubrovnik to Split: The boat will be in Dubrovnik on Saturday night. If you arrive on Sunday, you could overnight in Dubrovnik and catch a ferry to Korcula on Monday to meet up with the boats on Monday evening.

    Who owns the boats?

    The boats are owned and operated by their crew who often sail in the summer and work on their boats or at other professions in the winter. They are locally owned and are often from the small ports you will visit along the way. Our operations team in Croatia ensures all boats and crew operate to a high standard. We use your feedback to monitor the ongoing success of our operations.

    What are the typical temperatures in Croatia during the season?

    Average temperatures in Croatia in degrees celsius are:
    Apr 17
    May 21
    June 25
    July 29
    Aug 28
    Sep 25
    Oct 21

    2014 Prices

    The prices below are for our Navigator Cruises in 2014.

    Prices vary based on the date of departure as well as the type of boat you wish to travel on:

    • Standard Boats – Private Cabins with Share Facilities (approx ratio 1:5)
    • Ensuite Boats– Private Cabins with Ensuite (Shower & Toilet)
    • Premier Boats- Private Air-conditioned* Cabins with Ensuite (Shower & Toilet). See Premier upgrades below.
    • Premier Plus Boats - More Space Onboard plus Private Air-conditioned* Cabins with Ensuite (Shower & Toilet). See Premier Plus upgrades below.

    On each boat there are Above and Below Deck cabins which also differ in price:

    • Above Deck Cabins are on the main deck of the boat and may be arranged across 2 levels.
    • Below Deck Cabins are within the hull of the boat below the main deck.


     ENSUITE BOATSSTANDARD BOATS
     Above DeckBelow DeckAbove DeckBelow Deck
    05-Apr£369£349£339£319
    12-Apr£369£349£339£319
    19-Apr£369£349£339£319
    26-Apr£369£349£339£319
    03-May£369£349£339£319
    10-May£419£399£359£339
    17-May£419£399£359£339
    24-May£479£419£409£369
    31-May£479£419£409£369
    07-Jun£479£419£409£369
    14-Jun£549£509£439£399
    21-Jun£559£519£469£429
    28-Jun£599£549£489£449
    05-Jul£669£619£569£529
    12-Jul£669£619£569£529
    19-Jul£669£619£569£529
    26-Jul£669£619£569£529
    02-Aug£669£619£569£529
    09-Aug£669£619£569£529
    16-Aug£629£589£559£519
    23-Aug£599£549£499£459
    30-Aug£599£549£469£429
    06-Sep£549£509£439£399
    13-Sep£479£419£409£369
    20-Sep£419£399£359£339
    27-Sep£419£399£359£339
    04-Oct£369£349£339£319
    11-Oct£369£349£339£319
    18-Oct£369£349£339£319
     Above DeckBelow DeckAbove DeckBelow Deck
     ENSUITE BOATSSTANDARD BOATS

    All Prices are per person and are in GBP (£). 

    All Cruises Include:

    • 7 day cruise as per the itineraries outlined
    • 7 nights accommodation based on twin share cabins (see boat types above)
    • Breakfast & lunches onboard
    • Free Wi-Fi**
    • 1 litre of bottled water per day
    • English speaking representatives
    • For single travellers we will match you in a cabin with a like-minded traveller

    Premier Ship Upgrades:

    Premier Ship Upgrade - Add £60 per person on top of the Ensuite Prices.

    Additional Navigator Premier Supplement Includes:

    • Premier Ship - Larger modern ships with air-conditioned ensuite cabins

    Premier Plus Ship Upgrades:

    Premier Plus Ship Upgrade- Add £90 per person on top of the Ensuite Prices.

    Additional Navigator Premier Plus Supplement Includes:

    • Premier Plus Ship - Larger, more spacious modern ships with air-conditioned ensuite cabins

    Local Tax:

    Local Visitors Tax - A local tourist tax of EUR20 per person is payable onboard.

    Single Travellers:

    Single Supplement - We will match you up with another independent traveller at no additional cost. If you want the cabin to yourself, you need to pay an additional 50% of the full 1 person price.

    Discounts:

    Triple Cabin Discount - Each person gets a 10% discount in a triple cabin. Triple cabins are normally a double bed and single bunk above.

    Optional Supplements:

    • National Parks - An optional entrance to Nature/National Parks (approx 100 Kunas) are not included and are to be paid locally.
    • Breakfast Supplement - An optional breakfast supplement of 40 EURO (300 Kunas) can be paid locally for a cooked breakfast each morning.

    *Air-conditioning subject to power supply at local ports which is sometimes restricted. If by chance restrictions apply in the ports, the air-conditioning will be run by onboard generators until midnight when they must be turned off to allow for guests to sleep. **Wi-Fi is restricted to mobile network coverage. Download limits apply.

    All Prices are subject to change without notice. In general, prices increase as the departure date gets nearer, so for the cheapest price, it’s best to book as early as possible. Once you've paid your deposit, the price is fixed and will not change unless we reduce the price of a departure which we will pass on to you as part of our Price Promise.The prices reflect the level of demand - so cheaper prices are available in the quieter parts of the season (i.e. May/June and September/October).

    For help with flights and more information, call us on 0845 257 8289 or 0800 193 8289

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