Dalmatian Islands round trip

Dalmatian Islands are one of the most fascinating places to visit in Europe. They are wild, rugged, mostly uninhabited and many of them are protected. The adventure around Split is comprises the central part of these beautiful islands. You can enjoy with uninhabited coves, crystal clear waters, unspoiled nature, lively nightlife at towns and delicious sea food.


Climate is typical Mediterranean climate. During Spring temperature may rise up to 25 - 28˚C. However, occasional showers may occur. At summer months temperature rises up to average 30 - 32˚C. Best time to sail in the area is May – November. There are three dominant winds at Croatian coast; Sirocco, Bora and Maestral. The Sirocco is the warm and humid wind which blows from ESE to SSE. Sirocco can blow any time of the year and usually brings rain and rough sea. Bora is the opposite of Sirocco, it is dry and cold wind blowing from N to ENE, i.e from land to sea. Maestral is the wind caused by heating of land before sea during the day. Maestral usually starts around 9-10 am at morning, increase its force around 2 pm and settles down with sunset. Force of Maestral is usually around 15 – 20 knots.

Tidal range is between 30 and 60 cm.

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Cruising speed km/h

50

Fuel consumption liters

30

Sailing time a day hours

12
Length 199 km
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