Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Skipper: Boat guided tours Croatia

Behind the guided tours is an idea of taking people from apartments with a boat to a various locations. People are glad to go to vacations and when they are planing vacations they want completely opposite from what do they have now - busy office days. So they prefer to rent a Apartment where they could relay and enjoy their Vacations. However people get bored and they need a change. This is the time when they are looking for something to cheer them up. And Guided tours on a boat is just one of the good idea of spending time.

You can choose from varieties of boat tours: you can go on a gulet tour or rent a small sailboat with a skipper for one day. There are also to charter a big luxury yacht for a particular day for some event or Guided tours around the Islands.

Good things about guided tours is that everything is taken care of. You just need to buy a ticket and come in the morning to the pier where the boat will pick you up. During the day you visit different islands and various beaches. It is advisably to check if the meal and beverage are included in the price, otherwise you need to carry food by yourself.

In Croatia it is advisable to took such Guided Boat Tours in various bigger cities such as: Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Rovinj, Poreč, Pula, Trogir, Biograd where the boat will take you away from the city and where is bigger offer. However also smaller cities have guided tours around neighbours islands where you explore unknown.

So what are you waiting for? Spice up your holidays and take a guided tour on a boat. If you want a bigger change consider charter a sailboat and explore Adriatic.

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