The crew is monitoring the situation all the time. Captains and sailors know everything about safety measures and procedures. What is more important is that they are experienced and they know how and when to react. But do not worry, the gulets are also safe, with all necessary certifications. They are big, stable, and have a fence that doesn’t allow anybody to fall.
Chances of catching COVID and having to go to quarantine after holidays are not so small. But when you spend your holidays on a gulet, they are as minimized as possible. Sleeping in private cabins and spending quality family time on the boat or in secluded bays is perfect for avoiding any risks. It doesn’t get any safer than that.
Escaping the crowds at its finest. This doesn’t only mean that you will avoid mass tourism in popular destinations. It means that you will also have your privacy in full mode, all the time. How? You can simply visit whatever you want to, whenever you want to, and however you want to. Because you are in a private gulet!
Everything is tailor-made…
Who doesn’t want to live like a king for the whole week, where absolutely everything is organized according to you? The cruising route, sea activities, food, drinks, special wishes… It is literally like you have a hotel, restaurant, taxi, and tour guide all in one.
There you have it. All perfectly logical reasons for having your dream holiday in Croatia.
While these times might be uncertain, one thing is for sure – gulets are always a great choice for having a great life! Hop on and experience the time of your life!
Julie Henning is a freelance writer and journalist based out of Eugene, Oregon. She is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and owner of the family-travel website RoadTripsForFamilies.com. She is a recent past member of the Midwest Travel Writers Association and the Association for Great Lakes Outdoor Writers.
In March 2018 Julie Henning published the book "100 Things to Do in Eugene Before You Die" (Reedy Press). She is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and recent past member of the Midwest Travel Writers Association and the Association for Great Lakes Outdoor Writers.
She has been published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Wisconsin State Journal, Travel Wisconsin, Travel Oregon, Hometown News Group, The Daily Journal (Kankakee, Illinois), the Rochester Post Bulletin, Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine (DNR publication), Experience Michigan Magazine, the Official Oregon Wine Touring Guide, Metro Parent Milwaukee Magazine, Eugene Cascades & Coast Official Visitors Guide, Trivago, Intercom Magazine, Roadtrippers.com, Amtrak.com, Eugene Magazine, and FTF Geocacher Magazine.
Julie has appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio, Ohio Public Radio, and KCBX FM Central Coast Radio. She has produced episodes for Journey of Discovery with Tom Wilmer, a National Public Radio travel podcast. Julie has also produced travel apps with Sutro Media and Bindu Media. She works full time in marketing.
Julie has appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio, Ohio Public Radio, and KCBX FM Central Coast Radio and is an affiliate producer with the Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer, a National Public Radio travel podcast.
She has blogged for TravelWisconsin.com, Travel Oregon, and VISIT Milwaukee.
Julie travels with her three kids and black lab as much as possible and lives by the motto, "Not all who wander are lost." Check out some of her best work at www.juliehenning.com.