Croatia Flotilla Holidays – Mid Dalmatia

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Why Choose a Croatian Flotilla Holiday?

• Intermediate / Varied Flotilla Sailing - Level 2

• Excellent sailing breezes

• Rich in history and culture

• Visit the Kornati national park

• Line of Sight navigation

If you are looking for a sailing holiday that combines some stunning scenery with superb sailing breezes then look no further than the Dalmatian coast and our great Croatian flotilla.

If you can't spare the time to spend two weeks sailing, then the choice of which route is a tricky one. The Kornati route takes you into the Kornati national park, off the beaten track with beautiful uninhabited islands and bays to explore. The Southern route takes you to Split, Starigrad and Primosten, with some great open water sailing and beautiful anchorages along the way.

Whichever you choose, you start and end your memorable Croatian flotilla holiday at our exclusive base in Sibenik, perfectly situated to explore the Dalmatian coast and the islands.

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Croatia Sailing Holidays Weather

The Weather

Our Croatia flotilla season runs from May to mid October. Temperatures range from the low 70s in early and late season to the high 80s plus, in late June through September. Winds are usually predictable, moderate and occasionally fresh (force 2-5) in the afternoon.

Croatia Sailing Holidays Flight Information

Flight Information

Saturday morning charter flights from Gatwick and Manchester to Split with afternoon return from our Croatia flotilla base.
Direct scheduled afternoon flight Gatwick to Split also available. Direct charter flights from Birmingham, Bristol and Stansted available on request.

Croatia Sailing Holidays Transfer Information

Transfer Information

Direct road transfer to Sibenik ( Zaton Marina) in approximately 50 minutes gets you to and from our Croatia flotilla base.

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