We offer an International Certificate of Competence, a structured sailing course, developed by the IYT, accepted for bareboat charter worldwide in Croatia. Learn to sail in the Croatian sun!
We have teamed up with one of the world’s biggest charter operators to offer a fun and interesting way to gain your bareboat charter qualifications. The final award is the higher qualification of INTERNATIONAL BAREBOAT SKIPPER (POWER OR SAIL) with where you automatically qualify for the lower, yet more widely known, “INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE of COMPETENCE (ICC).
International Yacht Training Organization (IYT)
IYT certificates are accepted worldwide and will allow you to charter a boat on your own upon successful completion of the course.
What, Where, Who?
The 2-week sailing course is held along the Croatian Coast of Mediterranean, starting at Seget Donji, in the glorious Split region. All the sailing instructors are highly professional and experienced skippers. The boats used for the course are new, comfortable and modern.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive an International Bareboat Skipper License (Power or Sail), issued by the International Yacht Training Worldwide Organization (IYT).
Croatia is one of our favourite countries to visit. It offers a wide range of activities and things that you can do or see. With its exquisite natural beauty, Croatia is under UNESCO’s world heritage and offers to the visitor the opportunity to walk through the gorgeous Medieval and Gothic buildings, castles and roads. You will also have the chance to swim in the crystal clear blue waters of the Adriatic and enjoy the sun. What’s more, Croatia has an exceptional cuisine to offer; mouthwatering dishes consisted, mainly, from seafood and incredible wine.
Croatia’s extraordinary island-speckled coastline is indisputably its main attraction. Part of the appeal lies in its diversity. Some of the most famous islands in Croatia re Hvar, Brac, Mljet, Vis and Korcula. If you want to stay out of the crowdy places, you can also visit some smaller islands like Krk, Lokrum, Brijuni islands, Cres etc.
What to pack for 2 weeks on board?
Try to keep your list as simple and short as possible. The needs vary, depending on the season. During the hot season period (till 15th of Sept.) the following list will be ideal:
- Personal hygiene products
- Personal first-aid kit and sunblock cream
- Sailing gloves
- Non-slip shoes or boots
- Windbreaker jacket with a hood
- Fleece jacket
- Light t-shirt short sleeved and long sleeved
- Shorts, swimsuits
- Flip flops. However, even at warm destinations the open sea can get rough.