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Croatia travel restrictions / Yachting To Croatia During Covid-19

STAY SAFE IN CROATIA

Safe stay in Croatia is a national designation of security protocols in tourism and hospitality that was initiated in 2021. It is awarded to stakeholders in the tourism sector by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports.

CROATIA CHARTER FLEET is assigned with the safety marks of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels and the national safety sign Safe Stay in Croatia, guaranteeing that we apply safety Protocols for a safe stay in Croatia to our yacht charter guests.

Croatia was the only country in the EU which welcomed Americans and other non-EU citizens for a while last summer. Even though not many travelled, those that did appreciated the gesture. There was some great promotion to Americans back home, as ABC News came to Dubrovnik last summer to film Americans travelling during the pandemic. The 6 features included one on Good Morning America, which showcased the beauty of Dubrovnik to more than 12.5 million Americans.

 

The latest about covid-19 in Croatia. What are the restriction , do you need PCR test , where u can get PCR test

Sailing and Covid-19 : Are the borders open?

Yes !

Do you need negative PCR test not older then 48h?

Yes!

Can you enter Croatia without PCR test, with a certificate holder has recoverd from Covid-19 up to 180 days old?

Yes!

Can you enter Croatia without PCR test if I received a second dose of vaccine more than 14 days ago?

Yes!

Can European citizens travel in Croatia?

Yes!

Can English citizens travel in Croatia?

Yes!

Can Americans citizens travel in Croatia?

Yes!

What are the restriction?

Mask indoors, 1,5 / 5  m/ft distance

Where can I get tested for COVID-19 in Croatia?

Contact Us and we are send you information where the closest and fastest possible testing is near you

The original hardcopy of the Covid-19 negative PCR test not older then 48 hours. You can bring your test make test in Croatia and be in isolation until you recivede test, probaly less then 24 hours i has to be submitted to the local authority. A few processes of scanning and verifying will take place, and then your trip will begin. If you dont do test you need to be in isolation 10 days.

Fill out a very simple form with information about the address of your stay, mobile phone number and email, and you will have a “fast line” and a simpler and faster administration at the entrance.

More about  CHARTER CANCELLATION IN COVID RESTRICTION 

Where i can fill up all nessery documents for entrance?

https://entercroatia.mup.hr

Where i can read official web pages?

https://www.koronavirus.hr/en

 

 

 

 

 

What makes a yacht, MEGA?

While I was power washing the pathways of my local yacht club I got to thinking. Mega Yachts….who needs them? Hold on a second and I will tell you.
What a glorious and splendid craft they are. Large and luxurious designated for the wealthy to sail, excuse me, motor the seven seas. They can choose almost any anchorage they want because rule of tonnage you know, and have a variety of toys to play on that individually exceed the value of most of our personal watercraft of choice. Aren’t their jet skis made of jewel encrusted solid gold? This isn’t the alluring part that attracts the super wealthy to purchasing a mega yacht or to charter one though. Its sofas! You read that right. Sofas! Couches. Love seats. Settees. Canape. Futon. Chesterfield. El Sofa.
While the interior and exteriors have exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail it is very apparent that the more sofas you have, the more incredible the yacht. Like rooms in a mansion, you just fill them up with sofas. Even if your yacht is smaller than the 200’ foot work of art sitting next to you, more places to rest your behind or sprawl out clearly separates your tax bracket from the billionaire in the slip at the end of the marina. Have a look at some of the examples I have shown you. Look at all the sofas! In my observations through worldly travels I have never seen these sofas full of people. In fact they are nearly always empty. Do you know why that is? You guessed it. To preserve their value.
Why have all those gorgeous modern sofas sitting around if they are not going to be used? Everybody asks this question. People with a great deal of sofas on their yacht understand their value. It’s to increase their life span in holding up to elements of nature keen on seeking to degrade the sofa’s existence. So, the owners restrict the resting of butts as well. In fact, they almost never use them either. When chartering, our intelligence finds you must first sign a waiver agreeing to limited use of the sofas. I think it said once per day for leisure, but preferably not at all. It is allowable in certain situations like heat prostration, exposure to too much bubbly, and certain black out situations due to pill and alcohol combinations. Being super wealthy on a mega yacht is hard so I understand the seeking of escape. This could be considered a first aid relief provision though no such language was found. It is our assumption at Wild Rover Sailing that they do not want liquids or body fluids of ANY kind touching the yacht’s sofas for fear of ruining on board photography, selfies, or imagery from an aerial perspective. There is always an overpriced magazine photographer lurking, waiting to snap another picture so the sofas must be clear of all guests and be in immaculate condition.
And why is it you never seen anyone but crew aboard mega yachts? Do they even use the sofas? The value of sofas aboard mega yachts is so high that it is said to surpass the value of the engines and hull manufacturing combined. That number has got to be astronomical. We could not ascertain anyone to answer this elusive question. Despite the lively show “Below Decks” it is our contention that most crew are actually robots who are force fed traumatic memories to provide an overly dramatic drama on film and purposefully rated at an 8 or higher on the Hottie Scale. We managed to capture an interview with one of these robots who wishes to remain anonymous, and be referred to as “Hotbot.” He says “Below Deck is trash! No mega yacht owner would ever allow use of the sofas in the frolicking manner we see there. They would withhold oil for limbs or dump us overboard. Do you know what saltwater exposure does to us?” So now we know this show is totally false for the manner in which sofas are used.
It is my opinion that sofas are not to be used is because they are not gimbaled. On mega yachts OR sailboats for that matter. They should sway like a stove or hammock, but they don’t. Which leads all of us to the conclusion that sofas are only for show and never to be used. This theory is my own and not a popular one I find though it makes perfect sense if you think about it, and boats underway. If used, they significantly decrease the value of your boat. You heard it here first. Keep your derriere and precious rear off! Hang a sign if you must. No more “but look, it breaks down into a bed to sleep more people.” Way wrong answer! This is a RV mentality that we don’t succumb to in the marine industry. Sleep or pass out elsewhere. You’ve been warned!
Mega Yachts are crazy yet spectacular designs. I know what you’re thinking. If I get more sofas on my boat will that increase its value? The answer to that is yes. The more sofas, the higher the price tag. The issue is nobody quite knows what they have yet it’s in every major marina and on every magazine shelf to see staring us in the face. Sofas on boats!
Soon we will discuss the benefit of additional sofas on sailboats. Will be they be gimbaled? How can I adjust the layout to include more? Stay Tuned for more fun news with Wild Rover Sailing. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some sofa shopping to do.
Article by Michael Tieman
Wild Rover Sailing
Creator: FBYC

Bali 5.4 New arrival in fleet – Dubrovnik

Bali 5.4

Open Space concept, rigid forward cockpit, tilting saloon door, en-suite cabins, full flybridge with lounging area – those are just some of the unique Bali trademarks!

Bali 5.4 Open space/EQ Horizon, based in  Dubrovnik is a fully equipped, crewed 5-cabin catamaran with a detail that makes a difference – the connection of saloon and forward cockpit, providing unique comfort and experience to the guests.

Bali 5.4 Bali 5.4

BALI 5.4 HIGHLIGHTS
  • Sunbathing cushions for large lounging areas on the forward cockpit and flybridge
  • Air condition, generator, watermaker
  • Teak bathing platform
  • Solar panel system
  • LCD TV
  • Electrical toilets
  • Fully equipped galley with home-style 336l fridge, microwave and coffee machine

Splendid Sailing In Croatia

Sailing in Croatia is a glorious experience that draws thousands of sailing enthusiasts to the country every year. It is no wonder since the coastlines are spectacular, the water is clear and blue and the beaches are pristine. Under the water, the sea life is vibrant and abundant and jumping off your boat for swimming, snorkeling, or diving is a highlight of the sailing trip for many people.

Adventures at sea, connecting to the mighty ocean and navigating the waves are all experiences that make Croatia so popular.

Another highlight of sailing life is stopping at destinations to go exploring on land. For example, a cruise from Dubrovnik to Split could include stops at both places and many seaside villages in between. The old town in Split is one of the most charming places on Croatia’s map and the city of Dubrovnik has a vibrant history and culture scene with Baroque and Renaissance architecture that is stunning and well-preserved.

With literally thousands of islands dotted around Croatia’s coastline, it is a dream place to sail. It is easy to find your own deserted piece of paradise that visitors may not have inhabited for quite some time. Drop the anchor and go ashore to bask in the sun and roam pretty islands that have been blessed abundantly by Mother Nature.

When it is time to get back to civilization, there are endless moorings, marinas and sea berths to stop for a short or long period of time. Sailing gives you the absolute freedom to move around as you wish and so calls free-spirited souls who love to call the whole world home. Take some time to explore on land, then head back to the high seas to sail more around Croatia, where every day brings something new and unique.

 

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