Central Adriatic is regarded by many to be one of the most interesting sailing destinations in the world. Visiting all of its beauties in one go could be a bit challenging, but our skipper has prepared a route will enable you to visit this magical region.
Category: Sailing Routes
Sailing can be so much more than gliding the sea and sunbathing on the deck. Our skipper offers you his proposal for a special sailing route in Central Adriatic that includes adrenaline activities and exciting nightlife, mixed with calmer nights in smaller Adriatic towns. This route is ambitious and challenging, but is perfect for everybody who is seeking an unforgettable sailing experience!
A one-way trip around the Adriatic can be an excellent opportunity to discover the Dalmatian coast. A seven-days sailing trip from Split to Dubrovnik represents an interesting journey around towns, islands, bays and beaches, so take a look at one route plan.
Here you can find a suggested route for sailing from the island base of Rogač, on the island of Šolta. You can visit Brač, Hvar, Vis, some of the most beautiful Croatian islands. There are no wrong routes because you will be surrounded by beautiful beaches, hidden coves and crystal clear water wherever you decide to go.
If you wish to make the most out of your sailing trip to the South Adriatic, here is a suggestion for your sailing route. This route gives you a chance to see most of the interesting towns, islands and islets in the vicinity. Šipan, Mljet, Korčula and Lastovo are just some of the destinations you can visit.
One of our Facebook friends had an interesting question: he was wondering if someone could help him plan the best sailing route for a Mediterranean cruise with six of his friends. They are looking for good food, adventure and wonderful places to explore on a 6 year old Bavaria 46. Our skipper suggested an interesting sailing route. We bring you his answer.
The gulf occupies the eastern side of the Aegean Sea, located between the Bodrum Peninsula and the Datça Peninsula in SW Turkey. The Gulf of Gökova (Gökova Körfezi) is also known as Gulf of Kerme (Kerme Körfezi), which stands for “Ceramic Gulf” in Turkish.
The Cyclades is a Greek group of islands situated in Aegean Sea, consisting of some 220 islands, mainly uninhabited. As this area is one of the most popular Greek tourist destinations heavy traffic and a lot of tourists are to be expected during the top season. Our proposed sailing route for this area is: Athens – Kea – Mykonos – Paros – Ios (Santorini) – Serifos – Athens
If you have chosen the Greek waters for your next sailing experience I would like to share with you one interesting sailing route in the Ionian Sea: Levkas – Skorpios – Meganisi – Fiskardho – Zakinthos – Atakos – Kalamos. The suggested starting point would be the Island of Levkas.