Private Yacht Tour Ships

Our ships are ideal for those searching for a hassle-free option, with larger groups that can’t be accommodated on yachts or catamarans. This custom package provides the full experience! With food and beverage packages available, a flexible itinerary and a fully crewed ship, all you have to do on your holiday is sit back, relax and explore the Adriatic Sea at your leisure!

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When does the trip start?

Check-in is from 5pm on the first day of your trip.

When does the cruise finish?

You must arrive back to Split the night before your final day. Check out is at 9am.

Who are Private Yacht Tour - Ships suitable for?

Those travelling in larger groups that don't want to be split across smaller yachts/catamarans. Our ship's hold a maximum of 12 guests onboard, making them perfect for two or more families, or a large group of friends?

What's the deal with food and drink onboard?

Food is a compulsory component of a Private Yacht Tour - Ship package, and all packages include half board as standard, with the option to upgrade to full board. Half board consists of breakfast and lunch, or breakfast and dinner. Full board includes 3 meals daily; breakfast, lunch and dinner. For a hassle-free option, drinks packages are available to purchase in advance, or a bar tab will be set up at the start of the week, payable in cash at the conclusion of the cruise.

What are the average mooring costs?

The client is responsible for all mooring costs throughout the cruise. These costs vary depending on the ship and location, and are usually payable in cash. Fees start from approximately 200 Euros per night in smaller ports, and can reach up to 400 Euros if you prefer staying in ACI marinas that are closer to the main part of town. Your Captain onboard will be able to suggest the perfect ports based on your itinerary, preference and budget!

What money should I bring?

Even though Croatia joined the European Union in July 2013, their currency is still the Croatian Kuna. The best way to get Kunas is to withdraw directly from an ATM (available in most large towns, Split Airport and Split Marina).

Are credit cards accepted onboard the ships?

Our ships do not have the facilities to take card payments. Only cash (Croatian Kuna) is accepted on-board.