HOW TO SPEND A VOYAGE ON A YACHT
- 1. Plan the duration of your trip
- 2. Choose between bareboat charter or charter with a skipper
- 3. Choose a team and your yacht
- 4. Call us and book a yacht or catamaran
- 5. Pack your baggage and start sailing!
THE OPTIMUM DURATION OF THE CHARTER
Modern cruise yachts and catamarans have the same level of comfort as in the five-star hotels. There are large cabins suitable for 2 people; bathrooms with electric toilet and shower with warm water; a spacious saloon, equipped with convenient dining table and sofa, stove, sink and refrigerator; cockpit with everything needed for controlling the yacht as well as relaxing on an open air.
The optimal duration of a voyage is approximately two weeks. In an unhurried manner you will sale along the entire coast of Montenegro from the wild beaches of the Ulcinj Riviera to the unique islands of the Bay of Kotor. Moreover, we have developed a fascinating fortnightly journey through the Croatian islands. If you do not have so much time and just want to sunbathe on the gently wallowing vessel, you still can rent any of SimpleSail’s yachts for a short period.
When planning an air travel please consider the fact that the give out of a boat usually takes place on Saturdays
BAREBOAT YACHT CHARTER
Bareboat Charter it is a freight of a ship without a crew. This is the most popular type of a charter, because it is economically and efficiently preferable. Are you ready for an independent sale in the sea? Do you have a confirmed certificate of of international education systems IYTor RYA of a level of Bareboat Skipper or higher? If yes, then welcome on board as a captain!
Responsibility for the safety of the crew and the ship itself lies entirely on you. While SimpleSail guarantees reliability, comfort, convenience and unforgettable impressions. We can offer sailing or motor yachts that meet your individual requirements.
RENTING A YACHT WITH A SKIPPER
It is a great idea to spend an unforgettable holiday on a yacht under the control of captain-instructor of SimpleSail. Every day you will follow a route specially prepared for you. Every night you will go to a new location: a quiet fishing village or a city with pulsing nightlife. Or you can spend your nights on an ancor near the wild beaches. If you wish, you can try to control the boat, as our experienced skippers are happy to share their skills.
Charter with a skipper in Montenegro is a great way to variegate holiday impressions without worrying about the navigation, places in marinas in high seasons and other problems.
YOU, YACHT CREW AND A BOAT
When you select a monohulled yacht or catamaran you must find out what is more important for you: comfort or economy. More comfortable vessels have a minimum number of cabins (usually 3) and the maximum number of bathrooms (usually also 3), such as: sailing yacht Rumba 45 (3C-3T, Beneteau Oceanis 45) or catamaran Clione 44 (3C-3T, Fountaine Pajot Helia 44).). Cabins can comfortably accommodate up to six people, and two more in the saloon on a sofa. Best example of a more economical option (comparing the price per person) - sailing yacht Blues 48 (5C-3T, Beneteau Oceanis 48). ). Five cabins with saloon can accommodate up to twelve people and it is optimal choice for families with children and friends.
And, if the most important factor for you is the dynamics and rapidity, we recommend choosing a motor yacht Claire 34 (1C-1T, Beneteau Gran Turismo 34), which speeds up to 30 knots. But it can comfortably accommodate only four people.
WHAT TO TAKE IN A VOYAGE
In addition to the standard set of everyday clothes and accessories, you'll need following things on the yacht in a summer period: light rain jacket and trousers; yacht gloves for working with ropes; yachting shoes with nonspottable sole and a closed toe cap; slippers for diving; cap or light hat; sunglasses which can be fixed on you; sun cream and tablets from seasickness; a few pairs of warm socks. For the spring and autumn period you need to add to the list: thermal underwear; waterproof coveralls and yachting fleece suit; warm knitted hat; non-sliding gumboots.
Leave at home: large plastic bags - things are best packed in a soft bag or backpack; dishes and cutlery, bed linens and towels, hair dryer and iron, swimming mask and flippers – all of these is already on the boat. Also, on each vessel you will find paper and electronic maps of the Adriatic Sea; all the necessary rescue equipment; music system with USB connectivity.