Croatia Sailing Destinations

Sailing in Croatia

Our comprehensive guide will help you turn your dream of sailing in Croatia into a reality. You can discover which boat is best suited for your needs, when the ideal time to set sail is, and the approximate cost of this wonderful journey. Moreover, we have curated a list of the best harbours to kickstart your journey. Lastly, we have provided some sailing itineraries that you can use as a starting point.

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Dream Sailing Itinerary: The Cyclades

Are you looking for a sailing destination that can offer you all the elements of that dream holiday? From rich historical heritage and archaeological ruins to breathing landscapes and a ton of islands to explore. The Cyclades tucked away in the Aegean Sea, are precisely that magical island group that guarantees the ultimate summer sailing experience.

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The Ultimate St. Lucia One Week Sailing Itinerary

If you’re looking for an unforgettable Caribbean sailing itinerary, look no further than St. Lucia! This one-week itinerary will take you to some of the best spots on the island, from the stunning Anse Chastanet beach to the iconic Pitons mountains. So pack your sunscreen and prepare to explore one of the most beautiful islands in the world!

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Places You Won’t Want to Miss on a Montenegro Yacht Charter

Montenegro is one of the top countries to explore in Europe by yacht, and you’ll find there really is something for everyone during a Montenegro yacht charter. Whether you want to anchor your yacht for the day to explore the country’s culture and history or enjoy swimming in the crystal-clear waters, we’re here to help you plan your perfect vacation. Here are some of our top recommendations for the best places to visit when sailing in Montenegro.

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Sailing Holiday Aeolian Islands Italy

The marina of Portorosa is an ideal base to start this incredible sailing holiday towards the Aeolian Islands. Close to this marina, there is a supermarket (Maxì) where all the provisions can be bought. Make sure you prepare well and always check the weather forecasts before leaving the harbor. When you are sailing with a hired skipper, there is no need. At the end of this suggested itinerary, you can find information on VHF frequencies and good weather forecast websites. The assumed cruising speed is an average of 6 knots.

Update Corona

Renting a boat and sailing during Covid

Over a year in, and slowly we are working towards getting back to ‘normal’ life. Many questions appeared during the corona crisis about our health, well-being, and about our holiday plans. Fortunately, the virus is being handled very well, a large number of people have been vaccinated already! This means that you can seriously plan your future sailing holiday. Moreover, we from Tubber are here to tell you something positive about the upcoming season! Renting a boat and planning your future sailing holiday is the way to go!


Boating Apps to Download this summer

Apps have worked their way into nearly every niche and hobby on the planet. Smart phone and tablet users are increasingly using them to better their quality of life, make things easier and stay in the know when it comes to the things they like to do in their daily lives. If you are a boating enthusiast and want to make the best of your days spent on the water, check out these useful apps.


The Navionics App

No matter if you are someone that likes to know exactly what the travel plan is or you prefer just to go, get lost and find some new possibly amazing places. One thing is certain – nowadays people are very dependent on their GPS. And it’s very understandable why. With all the fantastic apps that are available now, you always have something to help you with orientation. In this blog, we will present to you the Navionics app and why it is useful to have it.


5 of the Youngest Sailors to Sail Around the World Solo

5 of the Youngest Sailors. Imagine your 16, 17, or 18-year-old self…still in high school and not even fully developed both physically and mentally. You have no idea what you want to do with your life yet, and the questions you ask yourself on a daily basis consist of what grade you got on that math test earlier that morning or what type of pizza you want for dinner. Now imagine, at that same age, gearing up to go sail around the world all by yourself. Sounds pretty crazy, doesn’t it? Well, as crazy and absolutely horrifying as that may sound, there has been quite a number of those same-aged kids who have completed such an adventure.