Dubrovnik's Old City

Croatia - Meals & More

On all our Croatia sailing holidays we include a Continental breakfast and lunch each day. Continental breakfast will comprise tea or coffee, fruit juice, bread, butter and preserves, plus cold cuts and cheeses.


Lunch will comprise a starter of home made soup or pasta (during hot periods), a main course comprising either fish, meat or chicken with a minimum of two sides (potatoes, cabbage, other vegetables) plus a side salad and dessert. Dessert will also be offered and will comprise something like seasonal fruits, ice cream or perhaps pancakes.


All menus are designed and cooked by the onboard cook.


If fancying a full-cooked English-style breakfast, this can be arranged by ordering and paying for it on the boat, at nominal cost. Consult a member of the crew to arrange this.





If you’re a vegetarian please let us know at the time of booking. We don’t specifically cater to Vegetarians, however the onboard cook will ensure that vegetarians get more vegetables/foodstuffs suitable for vegetarians in their meals. Please be aware that all ingredients and meal composition will be subject to locally available/sourced foodstuffs. There will not be as much variety as you might be used to. 


What’s there to drink?

A bar operates on board all boats. Prices are in line with those one will pay in port at bars/cafes for beers, wines, basic spirits, mixers, soft drinks and bottled mineral water.


Since there is a bar aboard, it is not possible to consume personal supplies of alcohol or beverages not purchased aboard. If you were found to be flouting this rule, you would be asked to consume such personal supplies when ashore.


The same would happen if you were drinking BYO drinks in a hotel lobby! You’d be asked to consume the drink(s) beyond the confines of the hotel!



The captain and crew 

The boat crew and are Croatian. Most but not all speak English. Our local captains and crew chart the boat, freshly prepare and serve your meals and help keep the boat clean and tidy. Relax onboard as our captain and crew look after your needs. 


Boat owners

The boats we operate our cruises upon are locally owned and operated by their crew who often sail in the summer and work on their boats or at other professions in the winter. The boats are often originally from the small ports you’ll visit en route. Our Croatian partners ensure all boats and crew operate to a high standard.



Hotel accommodation (pre or post cruise)

A boat will make up the biggest proportion of your Croatia sailing holiday, however, we do offer hotel accommodation to those looking at spending additional time in Split, Dubrovnik or perhaps Opatija before or after their cruise.


We’ve chosen hotels that factor in comfort and traveller’s needs - such as proximity to local transport, restaurants, shops and attractions. On all our programs, we utilise superior tourist class hotels (locally rated as 3 - 4 star) with the emphasis on accommodating you in well-managed hotels that factor in comfort, cleanliness and a modest range of guest facilities rather than putting on the Ritz. All guest rooms offer an en suite bathroom, a television and occasionally a fridge. Most of our Croatian hotels offer a range of guest facilities such as a restaurant or coffee shop and sometimes-additional facilities such as a bar, shops, and currency exchange.

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