Q: What days do the boats leave port?
A: Saturdays – for boats leaving Split. Sundays – for boats leaving Dubrovnik. Departing the harbour 12.00 mid day. Note: the boat will not wait for you, incase of flight delays etc. We recommend you plan a pre-night stay – to avoid any issues of missing your boat departure.
Q: What category of boat, does Sail Croatia biking tour use?
A: A-Category, en-suite cabin boats. See the accommodation tab for more information, and read ‘Boat categories & cabins – Sail Croatia’ FAQ in this tab.
Q: Who joins these boats? Who are your typical guests?
A: Our boats are mainly welcoming people from England, Australia, New Zealand, Scotland and Ireland – aimed at like-minded-relaxed travellers. Our guests tend to be working professionals, that are looking for a mixture of active biking days, sightseeing, relaxation and socialising.
Q: Do i need to cycle everyday? I have a partner that doesn’t want to bike?
A: No problem. Relax on the boat, swim and sun bathe. Note: even though you are not cycling today, you’ll travel along the coast by boat and see some amazing veiws. This holiday is perfect for couples, with split passions.
Q: Can i bring my own bike?
A: Yes! Just tell us during the enquiry stage, so we know not to include the bike rental in the price. We charge: £100.00 per bike per week [includes water holder and helmet].
Q: Is food included?
A: Yes, your stay is half board. Meaning, breakfast and dinner is included every day. For sure – you won’t go hungry!
Q: What do you do for vegetarian’s and Vegans?
A: We don’t cook specifically for vegetarians or travellers with special meal requests. Vegetarians will enjoy larger amounts of vegetables and salad.
Q: I’m allergic to some foods. What do i do?
A: If you are allergic to some food, please specify in advance what it is. We will put a note next to your name on the list of guests so the crew can be prepared. At the time of your check-in, please introduce yourself to the cook or waiter so they are aware of who you are and you can discuss anything in particular with them. Communication is key!
Q: How much extra money do i need?
A: 25 Euros to 30 Euros or GB £25 to £30 per day can provide you with additional meals and optional entrances. ATM machines are widely available in ports and islands.
Q: How do i power my iphone and cameras?
A: Boats have European 2 pin-style points which can be used for charging phones, cameras and use of hairdryers, etc. En-suite rooms [A Cat & A+ boats] have power points in their rooms.