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Adventures Afloat: The Best of Croatia: A Coastal Voyage by Yacht

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Kenneth Catlin Jun 12, 2015 at 01:01 PM

I was on the Futura for this trip last year. We were served one glass of wine with each lunch and dinner on board. Additional drinks went on your tab and could be paid with Kunas or Euros at end of the trip, as I recall. Ashore in Croatia only Kunas were accepted in shops and restaurants, easily obtained with a bank debit card at ATM machines. Montenegro was an exception - Euros only. I started my trip in Zagreb and took in performances at their opera house and symphony hall. After the program ended in Herceg Novi I returned for extra days in nearby beautiful (though expensive) Dubrovnik.


Ann Quackenbush Jun 11, 2015 at 05:51 PM

There are three of us signed up for the Oct. 10 - 22nd trip on the Futura. We are also doing the pre trip starting in Zagreb. While touring the Cities or buying booze on the ship,should we bring Croatian money with us??? Do they accept Euros in the town. What is the best way to go. My Sister and I will travel from Tampa, Florida and our friend from Atlanta. Looking forward to the trip.
Carol Moore Jun 12, 2015 at 07:16 AM

Just got back from Croatia. Most places only accept the kuna-Croatian currency. On board, you run a tab and pay in kunas at the end of the voyage. We were on the Vapor; don't know if the Futura has the same policy.


Barbara Hyde Jun 11, 2015 at 11:22 AM

Just signed up for Oct. 25, 2015 trip. A friend who went a few years ago reminded me to take a swimsuit. That item is not listed in "clothing suggestions".

Anyone else going that week? I'm leaving from Chicago.
Christine Harris Jun 11, 2015 at 11:51 AM

We just went last month - great trip! The hotel in Herceg Novi had a pool but it was outdoor.


Pamela Reilly Jun 09, 2015 at 11:28 AM

I am going on this trip Oct.1. Anyone flying from JFK N.Y


Frank Tetz May 31, 2015 at 08:22 PM

My wife, Nancy, and I (Frank) are on the Sept 16 trip on the Vita. We are living in Saratoga springs, NY and also have a place at Lake George. Doing the extension afterward as well as arriving in Dubrovnik a couple of days early. Were in Dubrovnik in 1990 just before the war and loved it! Looking to engage with fellow travelers - also any tips others have who have been on this tour.
Kathleen East May 31, 2015 at 08:59 PM

If you want to walk the wall go very early. Once the cruise ships arrive each morning, the wall is a crowded thoroughfare. The other option is after they leave -- about 4pm each day.
Charles Routh Jun 01, 2015 at 12:13 AM

We just got back from a great trip on the Vita. It was a great ship with a great crew. You will enjoy it. We had planned to go on the extension but it was cancelled because of too few people. We went by ourselves to Zagreb and enjoyed it. I note that the extension goes to Varazdin, which was the subject of a page long article in today's Travel Section of the New York Times. It would be a good article to read before your trip.
Jeanne Short Jun 07, 2015 at 06:48 PM

My husband, Chuck, and I will be on this trip. We are trying to get on top of Balkan history!


Charles Routh May 30, 2015 at 11:38 AM

Some critical comments have been made about the hotel in Split. Road Scholar obviously paid attention to this and changed the hotel. We stayed at the new hotel, the Cornaro Hotel, and it was excellent in all regards. Also there were questions about wine on the boat. On the Vita, there was wine and beer (one glass)free at lunch and dinner. Finally, there was pretty good WIFI on the Vita most of the time, even when the vessel was underway.
Doris Clevenger May 30, 2015 at 07:00 PM

Doris Clevenger May 30, 2015 at 07:02 PM

In April 2014, we were perfectly happy with the hotel in Split; clean and easy to walk to and from. It's easy to forget that this is Road Scholar, formerly Elderhostel and not a pricey commercial tour.


Carol Moore May 22, 2015 at 03:54 PM

Anyone know whether you need an AC/DC adapter on the ship or in the hotels?
Frank Bagon May 23, 2015 at 09:08 PM

Yes you will need an adapter on the ship and hotels, everywhere in Croatia.
Charles Routh May 29, 2015 at 06:11 PM

You will need an adaptor but it is not an AC/DC adaptor. It is an adaptor from the flat plugs used in the US to the round plugs used in most of Europe. Note the difference between an adaptor for the type of plug to a "converter" which converts between the 220 volts used in Croatia and most of Europe and the 110 volts used in the US. A converter is only required in something which uses head such as hair curlers, some hair dryers, portable irons, etc.
Kathleen East May 31, 2015 at 08:44 PM

You can purchase an adapter [flat plug to round plug] in Croatia that will not only be a better fit than US versions, but it will also be cheaper. Just ask your guide where to go. It was a short walk in Zagreb but they would be available in any of the toursit towns.


Robert Bradbury May 11, 2015 at 05:14 PM

Brad & Monica Bradbury from the Adirondacks in New York wonder
if anyone from our neck of the woods is coming along?
Robert Brush May 11, 2015 at 05:55 PM

As a kid, I went to summer camp on Lake Champlain and hiked in the Adirondacks. Beautiful area. Now live in the mid-west.


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