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Cruising in Croatia offers are growing from day to day, new boats are made every day,
market is bigger so are offers. Cruising is amazing option for discover something new and
for every age, from younger groups till middle-ages ones.
You decided to go to Croatia this summer and would like to book a Croatia sailing tours,
but you don't know anything about sailing as well as ships.
Continue reading for some important things you need to know about reserving great holidays.
As Croatia became very popular destination you can find lot of agencies which offer cruises in Croatia.
Most of them offer one week cruises, from Saturday to Saturday, or Sunday to Sunday.
But what if you don't have a whole week and still want to do a short cruise Croatia?
Croatia is very popular destination and it is growing as an "it" destination every year.
If you still didn't visit it, there are the best ways how you can explore this amazing country.
Croatia has wonderful climate, lot of natural beauties, great history and even better food,
so definitely it is worth of visiting.
When you hear about cruising in Croatia first you thing you think about is party on the ship,
young people, whole night parties... And if you are not a fun of that kind of cruises you may
think that you don't have option for yourself.
But, there are plenty other options for cruising in Croatia.
Experience and walk in most beautiful Croatian inner towns. Visit the capital city Zagreb,
wake up port guy in yourself in sport center of Bjelolasica, enjoy in historical legend stories
of city Ogulin or be part of famous festival in Varazdin!
Croatia is known for amazing sunny days, over than 1200 islands and perfect weather during
summer period. Amazing beaches and one of the cleanest sea is just waiting for you to come.
Let your favorite life adventure begins…
Your wedding anniversary is coming up, his or her birthday is getting close
or anniversary of your relationship is knocking at the door?Wake up that romantic
guy inside of you and surprise love of your life with best romanticholiday in continental Croatia!
If you thinking about different vacation, think about gulet cruises in Croatia. What is a
gulet at all? Gullet is a wooden ship, very famous in Croatian nautical tourism especially
in Adriatic coast, and a boat that can accept cca. 16 people. But of course number of
people depends of ship's size. By the guests number, 3-5 crew numbers are also included.
So gulet is a type of a small ship, for intimate and private vacations, in home family atmosphere
with familiar people.
If you still do not have a clue what type of boat gulet is, you can read this text and get better insight in this kind
of touristic boats. That is type of wooden boat size from 14 – 35 meters maximum, not type of a large industrial
boat, but smaller and much more intimate.
Give yourself a perfect vacation! Make a good strategy, pick things that you will need the most, depending
on what you have planned to do on vacation and just relax. Make a list, then compare it with ours to be sure
that you are ready for your perfect summer holidays.Summer holidays that you will talk about again and again.
The bell! But, it's not the doorbell. Well, I'm on board. This is a call for breakfast. Mmmm, the smell
of white coffee, butter and warm bread. Beautiful cloudless sky, clear blue sea, the breeze, the sun,
the scent of pine, seagull flying above us... What else could you need for a good beginning of this
beautiful morning, with breakfast already served.
I spent several days last year, i.e. in 2014, on board of the LQC’s ship called "Hook". I have to admit
that I really liked it. To begin with, let me just say that it’s hard to find words to describe beautiful
places we visited, stunning buildings, breathtaking bays, nature parks, historic sites, we got to meet
and spend time with some really amicable people and we truly feel we were lucky and honoured to
experience such beautiful moments.
Working in a travel agency specialized in small ships and gulet cruises in Croatia, I have noticed
that most of clients find it difficult to differentiate between a gulet and a sailing ship. I will be very
honest and explain to you positive and negative sides of both, in order to help you make the right
decision about your next holiday. Firstly, let me just say that I am a big lover of sea and sailing as well.
I did both and have beautiful experience to share.
So, let's start.
If you want to spend a few days with colleagues and friends from work, and if you want those days
to be memorable, playful, interesting, cheerful, like boyhood days, I strongly recommend a little place
called Jasenak, situated at the foot of the mountain Bjelolasica.
I was in charge of a group of 14 people who booked cruising and after that a land tour in one of our Villas.
They booked everything almost a year before the due date, so after a year of correspondence I felt like I