You need to possess an internationally recognized sailing and VHF license. To see if your license is valid in Croatia please check here
or contact us by calling +385 99 260 58 190 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are parking places next to our boats allowing you to easily transfer all your luggage and provisions from the car on board in one fell swoop. Parking is constantly guarded by marina Kaštela employees to whom you pay your parking to.
As an alternative option we can offer our own Sailing Forever parking lot 2 minutes away from marina ( 25 Eur / week ).
Please also ask our team in the office for guidance.
In case of earlier arrival or later departure you can leave your luggage in our office. It is safe and part of our service. This will allow you to relax and go for swimming to the closest beach or sightseeing while waiting for your boat or flight.
Yes, as we pride ourselves with our care for the guests, majority of our check in are done before 5 PM. Usually we can easily help the guest with early check without additional early check in fees. Please ask our office team for instructions.
Generally we ask our guests, (not obligatory), to return in base by late Friday afternoon so that the boat can be checked and inspected. You are, off course, able to sleep on board and leave the boat on Saturday by 9AM. For our regatta charter we ask that the boats return back to our base on Friday by 6 PM to ease the checkout procedure. Guests are, naturally, welcome to stay onboard till Saturday by 9AM.
We accept payments in Euros and all major credit or debit cards. In our office we will kindly ask you to pay for extras such as tourist tax or transit log. While majority of extras can be paid by card, tourist tax (10 HRK per person per day) has to be paid in cash (HRK), please prepare it in advance.
Safety deposit can be left in cash (Eur) or by Card. We do not deduct any funds from your account, we only reserve the respective amount which is then released upon your return.
Our cooperation with Yachtpool insurance allow us to insure your safety deposit amount. During the check in procedure we are able to issue it as per the Yachtpool policy. For the exact prices of the insurance please contact our office team, we will be happy to provide all the details.
Skippers insurance is not mandatory for you to have to charter our boat but we recommend you have one. Having one does not release you from leaving the deposit and paying for your damages on your boats however we will assist you with invoices, photos and all other details you will need for your insurance claim.
Yes. If you need any assistance in this regard, we can provide you with an experienced crew. Skipper service cost approximately 160 EUR per day. You will be asked to provide accommodation and board for a skipper throughout the duration of the cruise.
Children are perfectly safe on board as long there is a constant adult supervision and respect of all safety regulations. We recommend to inform us in advance if there will be children on board so we can provide appropriate life jackets. As additional service, we also recommend installing a safety net on a handrail all around the deck perimeter. Please request it in advance. Life-vest for children must be used, especially in bad weather conditions.
All of our boats are WiFi equipped. At any moment up to 10 devices can hook up to the router which can be used for fee of 15€ 4G LTE unlimited.
Pets are welcomed on majority of our boats for an extra cleaning fee. Only Antiopa and Hermes boats are excluded from this policy.
Croatia is beautiful country with a lot to see including underwater attractions. Snorkeling is always an exiting way to spend your day. We do not offer snorkeling equipment so please bring your own or plan on purchasing one here. Scuba diving is allowed with some restrictions. For more details we can get you in touch with major diving clubs in Croatia.
Croatia offers two different kinds of fishing licenses: recreational and sports fishing. A fishing license is required whether you fish from the shore or from the boat. You may purchase the license online – here at the ministry site:
Licenses are issued for a various periods of time and all one needs is their Passport or ID and the credit card.
Regardless of their age, gender, religion or any other regard, while on board the Skipper is responsible for the safety of the crew and boat so his/hers orders should be carried out in full and immediately. Do as he/she says!
Week on board usually helps people bond closer together or it separates them completely making this is excellent team building exercise. Close quarters, need to work together in harmony often make or break teams by helping them see their good and bad sides. However crews soon realize that to make it they need to work together to find a common solutions to problems. Acceptance and harmony on board helps everyone to enjoy your week at sea.
Due to limited space on board we suggest you pack wisely for the trip. Each season requires different clothing but we suggest the basics: shorts, t-shirts and shoes with non-marking soles do not forget long-sleeved shirts, a light jacket (ideally water and wind proof), a hat, sunglasses and something to sleep in. Please also see our specific article on this topic in “news & blog ” section.
Warm socks, fleece jacket, warm cap, waterproof boots, trousers and jacket it is also wise to bring them along no matter what season it is. If you plans include formal evening on shore, bring appropriate formal wear, ideally wrinkle resistant. Please also see our specific article on this topic in “news & blog ” section.
The symptoms usually last 2-3 days, sometimes longer. Symptoms include headache, loss of appetite and tiredness; more severe cases involve nausea and in extreme cases vomiting and coordination loss. If this happens to you, look for medical help. There are pills for seasickness but doctors differ on their side effects. If seasickness comes over, move to the upper deck, in the middle of the boat. Refrain from drinking alcohol, ideally even 24 hours before coming on board. Do not go below deck. Find something easy to do, keep your mind busy. If that does not work try lying down and listening to music, use earphones. Avoid strong smells, and stay away from coffee, dairy products and, again, alcohol.
Check water, fuel, engine oil and coolant levels on daily basis. Check weather forecasts daily and arrange your sailing plans accordingly. If the wind is building up, reef your sails before it is too late. Make sure the deck stays clean & tidy, do not leave things lying around; they could cause injuries during heavy wind. Please also see our specific article on this topic in “news & blog ” section.
Take a close look at the deck, sails, equipment and make sure that everything included in the checklist is indeed on board. If in doubt, ask our staff – they will be happy to help you.
There are many good locations around, – we would recommend:
Restaurant Spinnaker – flagship restaurant of marina Kaštela is located within the Sailing Club building on the east part of marina’s breakwater. Visible from the LUA pier, where our boats are moored. Perfect sea view, and only 100 m. from Sailing Forever office.
Spend an unforgettable summer with your family and friends on a boat from our fleet and and enjoy the sunny days, beautiful bays, crystal clear sea and delicious Mediterranean food.