Sail Croatia releases 450 departures for 2022

Small ship operator Sail Croatia has released a full programme for 2022, featuring 450 seven-day departures across 16 itineraries.

Passengers can either start from Split or Dubrovnik and visit destinations including Hvar, Korcula and Zadar.

In the programme, the different types of cruises include elegance cruises, explorer cruises, navigator cruises, cycle cruises and hike cruises.

Agents can earn commission on elegance sailings and charter products where passengers sail yachts with 24-hour crew support.

Elegance cruises carry up to 38 passengers and are aimed at mature travellers. Five itineraries are available in the programme with excursions available in Split, Dubrovnik and Vis. Prices start from £899.

There are three explorer itineraries available in the programme, each one carrying up to 40 passengers.

The departures are aimed at travellers aged in their 20s and 30s. Prices start from £589.

Navigator cruises are party sailings for passengers aged between 18 and 39. There are three itineraries available, with prices starting from £409.

Mixed ability cyclists can join one of the four cycle cruise itineraries on offer. The itineraries include cycle rides across Mljet National Park and Krka National Park with a guide.

Prices for the cycle itineraries start from £639.

Active travellers can book a hike cruise which leads in from £539.

All cruises include a buffet breakfast and three-course lunch daily, tour manager and WiFi.

Sail Croatia director Grant Seuren said: “Croatia is the perfect holiday sun destination, and we have a wealth of sailings on offer to suit every taste and budget.

“Whether you’re looking to explore the amazing local culture and surroundings, party the night away, get active or simply relax and watch the incredible scenery go by, there really is something for everyone.”

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