What if during a weekly charter, sailing all the time ahead?
... and not having to turn back to the marina on Wednesday?
A typical route at the yacht charter involves sailing out of the port on Sunday morning, reaching the furthest destination at the latest on Wednesday and from Thursday back, usually in the loop to "see something else". Admit that this second half of the cruise is not so cool anymore. Thoughts somehow self-directed towards the preparations for leaving the yacht.
I was often tempted by an idea, and what if it did not come back today, can tack again and then in the back wind or have engines at maximum speed to try to catch the time? But reason told no, it's a shame to stress, but I may not make it, etc ... so I turned back
This happened for many years until I discovered one-way charter at Way Point! Now we don't swim differently. I pick up the yacht, e.g. in Sukosan, and pass it in Trogir or Split. A nice option is to embark on Trogir and take a trip to Dubrovnik, there 3 days for quiet sightseeing and a plane home. I would recommend.
I have noticed that now almost every operator with bases in several marinas has several terms with one-way option (WayPoint, Angelina, Navigare, Pitter, Dream, etc.).
At yachtGo.eu you can easly filter one-way option to search for such offers. If you are interested in this option, contact our team today, we will find such offers for you.