The point from this article is to purpose you a challenge. Get in a superyacht and go-island-hopping to some of the most amazing places on Earth. You may feel like a sailor, a pirate or whatever, but for sure you will feel adventurous and amazed by singular beauty of each island that you’ll find on the travel guide to explore with a superyacht.
Take of the anchor of the superyacht anf get ready for the challenge of this travel guide. Sailing trough New Zealand, Croatia and Jamaica on an amazing adventur of island-hopping.
Known for its stunning coastal scenery, the Bay of Islands in New Zealand’s ‘winterless north’ is filled with clear waters ranging from turquoise to deep blue. This sailing destination boasts of approx 150 islands. Hop on a superyacht, indulge in exotic gourmet cuisine and take to the sights of the serene islands.
Wish to go Island hopping this season? So, in this travel guide on a superyacht we will focus first on Croatia.
Plan a week-long trip to discover Split, Dubrovnik and Dalmatian Islands in Croatia. Spend an unforgettable week sailing on.
Day 1: To Hvar: As the crew moves to Hvar, head to the ancient fort for a serious lesson in history before you head in to the night for some great music and to a nightclub in a monastery.
Day 2: To Mljet: Soak up the beauty over a late breakfast as you sail on to Mljet, also home to one of Croatia fs most stunning National Parks.
Day 3: To Dubrovnik: Spend the day checking out the sites of the old city itself.
Day 4: To Korcula: Take pictures of the stunning More.ka . a unique local sword dance replete with great costumes and traditional music.
Day 5: To Makarska: The island is littered with little clubs and bars. During peak season head to Club Deep, WW2 weapons depot built in to a cave that has now become one of the islands hottest clubs.
Day 6: Makarska, Pucisca to Omis: Cruise across to Pucisca, marble capital of the world. Laze in the turquoise waters of the island fs stunning bays.
Day 7: To Split: Wake up in the pirate town of Omis and explore the stunning fortress that once protected the island. Visit the Roman Palace of Diocletian, chill out on the Riva waterfront with a Bijela Kava (coffee).
Sailing at Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and Port Morant are some of the popular tourist destinations. Navigate to Montego Bay from Ocho Rios where tourists can relax at the Yacht Club. From Montego Bay sail westward to the beautiful and well protected Negril on the west coast of Jamaica.