How many times in your life have you wanted to raise the anchors and sail away into the unknown? Now you finally have the chance.
There is no better way to explore the islands than by sailing. Approaching the islands by sea and sailing into their coves – from the large, protected and well-known gems to the small and mysterious coves with small beaches - will awaken you with a feeling of wanderlust you’ll find hard to shake.
Lucky for guests of Bellevue, the dream of sailing is not hard to reach. All you have to do is choose the type of boat you want (a motorboat or sailboat), hire a skipper, and pick the destination you wish from our offer of excursions (Susak, Plava Grota – Cres, Rab, etc.).
SAILING THE MODERN WAY
If you are an adrenaline junkie who loves the thrill of speed, are someone who wishes to see as much as possible in a short amount of time, or are looking to arrive at your desired destination quickly and safely while enjoying the comfort of your loved ones, we have just the right options for you. We recommend that you hire one of our motorboats - the Cap Camarat 5.5. cc is perfect for small groups, and for a larger groups of guests, the Cap Camarat 6.5 cc will suit you just fine. The hire price includes a skipper and fuel.
SAILING THE TRADITIONAL WAY
If you want to experience the pure pleasure of sailing the seas, then cruising with the “Catriona” sailboat is the best choice for you. Navigated by the safe hands of the skipper and crew, the sound of the wind in your sails, coupled with the waves splashing alongside this beautiful 12-metre sailboat - this will be an experience you will remember forever.
We will ensure that your trip along the breathtaking Lošinj aquatorium is worthy of the Argonauts in the famous Greek myth. They were the ones who placed these islands on the first known maps of the ancient world, after all.
As the old Romans said: “Navigare necesse est, vivere non est necesse”. Or, in a language you might better understand: “The only thing important in life is sailing, travelling, moving…”