Sailing week Corfù – Ragusa-Dubrovnik
From Corfu starts a nice itinerant cruise school for those who want to experience the coastal sailing and deep sea fishing or simply for those who love sailing trips.Ther are many interesting places that we can visit through the Ionian Sea to arrive in the Adriatic Sea. The ancient Venetians did not have the modern sailing boats we have today and so the return journey to Venice could last for months! Depending on your requirements we can opt for a non-stop sailing for 30 hours to reach the city of Ragusa (Dubrovnik) in Croatia or Albania along the reach and Montenegro join the famous Bay of Kotor, visit the ancient city of Kotor a UNESCO world heritage site. Between 1420 and 1797 Kotor and its surrounding region belonged to the Republic of Venice and the Venetian influence is still visible in the architecture of the city. Released from the mouths continue until you reach Dubrovnik in Croatia (Dubrovnik). The city was founded under the name of the greek Ragusium Ragousion in the first half of the seventh century by the inhabitants of the nearby city of Epidaurum (today’s Cavtat or Cavtat) fled from the invasions of the Slavs and Avars. Subsequently, the city came under the protection of the Byzantine Empire and began to develop a thriving trade in the Adriatic Sea and the eastern Mediterranean. In the eleventh century Dubrovnik had become a thriving market town and thanks to the strong alliance with Ancona was able to resist for a period also in Venice and was able to develop further as a maritime republic. Alternatively, if there are requests, it is possible to opt a sailing towards Italy in Otranto continuing along the coast to up to Vieste Gargano and then crossed the Adriatic, arriving at Lagosta (Lastovo). Hvar (Hvar) and Split.
- Prices include: fee for the skipper / instructor and for the sailing course; navigation fees and access to Croatian and Greek waters; insurance; accommodation in double cabin with either double or single beds; en suite bathroom with toilet / bidet and shower with hot and cold water; full tank of water (1,350 liters) per week; gas for cooking; cleaning of the kitchen and overall cleaning at the end of the week; use of dinghy with outboard engine.
- The price does not include: the cost of food, fuel consumption (main motor boat 10 liters / h, generator 4 liters / h, outboard 4 liters / h); water after the first full tank; port charges for stops in ports or marinas; national parks and other fees. These will be divided among the participants. Bed linen (pillowcases, sheets, towels if not taken personally can be supplied at a price of ¤15 per change / per person.
- Discounts: For cruises lasting more than 2 weeks 5% discount on the total price. Children (from 1 to 6 years old) are free when staying in the cabin with their parents. If in a separate cabin for up to 10 years 50% discount.
- Optional extras on request: on board you can have half board or full board with preparation of delicious meals prepared with fresh ingredients and excellent quality. The menu can be changed according to the personal needs of customers with a choice of dishes of meat, fish or vegetarian.
- HB Half board includes breakfast and lunch at a cost of ¤ 80 per person / week. Alcoholic drinks included.
- FB Full board including breakfast, lunch and dinner at a cost of ¤150 per person / week. Alcoholic drinks included.
- Loading and unloading: boarding usually takes place on Saturday after 15.00 while landing takes place before 9.00 am on the following Saturday. The navigation ends on Friday. Variations are possible on request according to the needs of navigation or flights or ferries.