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Sunsail launches new flotilla in Croatian island of Brač

Sunsail BračSunsail has launched a new Dalmatian Island Brač flotilla, available to book now and departing from 10 July 2021.

The yacht charter company says that “with premier sailing and stunning scenery on offer, a Dalmatian Island flotilla holiday provides the perfect balance of independence and sociability, with support and guidance available whenever you need it”.

As the highest and largest of all Croatian islands, Brač offers unforgettable views, with plenty of vineyards to be seen on its shores. “Guests will experience Croatia as it once was, visiting old fortresses, built by the same ancient stone used to build the Washington D.C. White House, sail through turquoise waters and enjoy the best cuisine and culture of the Dalmatian Coast,” said a spokesman.

Highlights of the Brač flotilla include:

  • Gin and tonic party surrounded by beautiful white-stone houses
  • Exciting snorkelling spots and charming beaches
  • Great watersports possibilities including kayaking, paddle boarding, and diving
  • Modern and lively towns with great nightlife
  • Cocktail competition and Rakija – a schnapps, grappa or liquor – tasting by “Little Venice”
  • Hilly countryside that’s a honeypot for hikers, bikers and mountaineers
  • Visits to some of the region’s most beautiful sites including Jelsa, on Gvar island, a picturesque town surrounded by hills and stunning beaches
  • Dingy race and prize giving

Sunsail BracGreat for families, groups, couples and solo sailors, flotillas offer an informal, hassle-free and incredibly unique experience. Sail in the company of other yachts, and be guided by an expert lead boat, which has a mechanic, skipper, and hostess on board for support and guidance 24/7. Sailing on a flotilla is an easy way to enjoy a sailing holiday, with helpful daily briefings and an expertly tailored itinerary, so you get the most out of your chosen destination.  Non-sailors can hire a skipper to get them where they need to be.

Prices for the Brač flotilla start from £1,052 per person (based on a group of four) for a week-long Flotilla, on a Sunsail 34 – two-cabin monohull, including flights from London Heathrow, transfers, YDW (Yacht Damage Waiver) & Flotilla fee, tourist tax and Wi-Fi, departing on 11 September 2021.

Optional skipper hire is £182 per day. Other optional extras include stand up paddle boards available for hire per week for £126 and kayaks from £119.

Kate Staniforth, UK Senior Marketing Manager for Sunsail, says, “We are pleased to unveil our latest holiday offering in the shape of the Brač flotilla, an adventurous journey which is perfect for first time sailors and experienced skippers alike. Make sure Croatia is on your 2021 to-sail list and book early to secure the yacht and holiday date of your choice.

“We want to make sure our customers experience their next Sunsail adventure in a safe environment, and have made sure that we are able to adhere to all social distancing guidelines and have implemented stringent new health and safety procedures across all of our bases to protect our guests and staff. We hope by adapting our business to offer flexible booking options, our guests will feel comfortable and confident setting sail with us. We hope they will enjoy chartering our fantastic range of world-class yachts, with sailing experiences that are fun, exciting and safe.”

 

Book and travel with confidence

To give clients peace of mind in uncertain times, Sunsail has updated its booking terms and conditions to offer flexible rebooking terms. The company has also introduced a comprehensive set of health and safety measures and protocols, which endeavour to make guests so they can travel with confidence and make the most of their time on the water.

 

If you would like book, please call +44 (0) 330 332 1182 to speak to a friendly Holiday Planner, or visit  www.sunsail.co.uk.

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