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General tips

General travel tips

Plan ahead: Research the destination, plan your itinerary, and make reservations in advance to ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip.

Bring comfortable shoes: Croatia's terrain can be rocky, and cobblestone streets are common in the old towns, so bring comfortable walking shoes.

Pack for the weather: Croatia's weather can vary depending on the region and time of year, so check the forecast before trip and pack accordingly.

Learn some basic phrases: Croatian is the official language, so it's helpful to learn some basic phrases in Croatian to help you navigate and communicate with locals.

Respect local customs: Croatia has a rich culture and history, so be mindful of local customs and traditions when visiting.

Try local cuisine: Croatia has a diverse and delicious cuisine, so be sure to try some traditional dishes while you're there.

Stay safe: As with any travel, take precautions to stay safe, such as keeping your valuables secure, being aware of your surroundings, and following local laws and regulations.

Be prepared for crowds: Croatia is a popular tourist destination, and many places can get crowded during peak season, so it's good to plan ahead and book tours or activities in advance.

Be mindful of the environment: Croatia is a beautiful country with many natural wonders, so be mindful of the environment and take steps to minimize your impact while you're there.

By following these tips, you will be able to make the most of your visit to Croatia and have an enjoyable and memorable trip

Travel requirements tips

Passport or ID card: Visitors from most countries need a valid passport to enter Croatia. Citizens of EU member states can enter Croatia with a valid national ID card.

Visa: Visitors from most countries do not need a visa to enter Croatia for stays of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. However, some countries are required to have a valid visa before entering the country. You should check with the Croatian embassy or consulate in your country for specific visa requirements.

Health insurance: It's recommended that you have health insurance that covers medical expenses incurred in Croatia. Some travelers from EU member states may be covered by their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), but it's recommended to check with your insurance provider to confirm your coverage.

COVID-19 requirements: Croatia has implemented measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As the situation is constantly changing, it's best to check with the Croatian authorities for the most up-to-date information.

Customs regulations: Visitors should be aware of Croatia's customs regulations, including restrictions on the import and export of certain items such as firearms, plants, and animals. It's recommended to check with the Croatian customs authorities for the most up-to-date information.

Currency: The currency used in Croatia is the Euro (€). It's recommended to have cash on hand, as not all establishments accept credit cards.

Accommodation: Visitors are required to register their accommodation with the local tourist board within 24 hours of arrival. Hotels, hostels, and other commercial accommodations will usually take care of this registration on behalf of their guests.

Language: Croatian is the official language of Croatia, but many Croatians speak English, especially in the tourist industry.


Do we have WI-FI on board/yacht?

Yes, you have free Wi-FI / Internet.

How can i charge my mobile, laptop, etc...

Electric plugs on board is standard European 220 volts. In your cabins, you will find plugs with two round pins, 4.8 mm in diameter (European plugs)

Are life jackets provided on board?

Yes, life jackets are provided for all guests.

What should I do if I damage or lose something on the boat?

If you damage or lose something on the boat, please inform your host immediately. We are no responsible for personal belongings and agency is not responsible for the eventual loss or damage of things. Please use your safe deposit boxes in your room.

Can we bring our own boats or water sports equipment?

You don't need to worry about toys because YOLO is prepared for your trip. If you have specific requirements please contact us or just check our  YOLO yacht page for all the details

Is smoking allowed on the yacht?

No, smoking is not allowed inside the yacht for safety and health reasons. Smoking is only allowed in designated outdoor areas,

What should I do if I see something unsafe or notice a problem on the boat?

If you notice any unsafe conditions or problems on the yacht, please inform the captain or a crew member immediately.

Are there any restrictions on noise levels while on the boat?

Yes, please keep the noise level down out of respect for other guests and for safety reasons.

Are there any restrictions on the number of guests on board?

It depends on the yacht's capacity and safety regulations. Our capacity is 36 guest's + crew

Can we bring food and drinks on board?

No, it is not allowed to bring any kind of drinks on board. The consumation of food is only allowed inside the restaurant. It is not allowed to take the food on the exterior part of the ship.


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