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!
Several days ago I was sailing the Central Adriatic with a young Norwegian couple. We moored at the island of Brač and went to a restaurant that offered us freshly caught swordfish. Couple of days later I was feeling guilty about eating such a rare and incredible fish.
Check out our list of Croatian treasure islands that are worth visiting.
Dalmatia in general, but Central Dalmatia in particular, can easily be described as the most popular and astonishing sailing region of the Eastern Adriatic. Visit the islands of Drvenik Mali, Šolta, Vis, Hvar and Brač and enjoy the turquoise waters of the Adriatic.
If you are passing the Gate of Split, one of the busiest straits in the Adriatic, separating the islands Šolta and Brač, you will probably want to anchor in Livka. It is the southernmost bay on Šolta and a regular spot for swim breaks. Our skipper advises you where it is the best to anchor, so take a look!
There are plenty of small bays on the Adriatic coast. One such bay hides Bobovišća, a deep and safe anchorage. The anchorage provides peace and tranquility, but it also offers excellent service to yachtsmen. Steer your boat to the island of Brač and see for yourself!
ACI Marina Milna is situated in a deep bay on the popular Croatian island of Brač. The marina lies in the western part of the island, in a strait that connects the city of Split with the rest of the Adriatic. That is why Milna has been an important stop for sailors throughout centuries. The marina offers a variety of services, and is a great starting point for exploring the island.