Sailing from Hvar
Hvar harbour, Hvar Town, 21000
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- Couples, Families with teenagers, Singles, Sporty types, Escaping the crowds, Great views / scenery, Nature / wildlife
Expert review of Sailing from Hvar
To really experience the Adriatic up close, you should try sailing. Hvar Adenture, based in Hvar Town, arrange half-day and full-day sailing trips. Half-day trips take you around the nearby Pakleni islets, or across to the south coast of the Brač, both with time to swim. One-day trips head for Vis (Dalmatia’s most isolated inhabited island), with a light lunch included. If you really enjoy it, you might be inspired to take one of Hvar Adventure’s one-week sailing courses. The Beginner course covers basic sailing skills, sail aerodynamics, navigation, manoeuvring, and safety at sea, while the Advanced course focuses on regatta skills. Hvar Adventure's boats are kept moored up along the quay, in front of Hotel Park, and they also organise sea kayaking trips.
Expect to pay 420 kunas for a half-day sailing trip per person, or 720 kunas for a full-day. One-week sailing courses cost 5,537.70 kunas per person, including accommodation in a double room.
More information on Sailing from Hvar:
- Price guide:
- Boat trip, Watersports
- Hvar harbour, Hvar Town, 21000
- 021 717813
- Months open:
- May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
- Opening times:
- In general, one-day sailing trips depart at 10am and return at 6pm. Half-day trips normally run 2pm-6pm. However, exact times can vary depending on the weather and the number of people interested in participating.