Finding the Right Route For You

Yacht Week

By Yacht Week

Posted on 2nd January 2018

We’re backing Coco Chanel’s logic that “in order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.” Taking that onboard, each and every one of our routes are just that. Different. Granted, there are a few quintessentials that need to be up kept across all decks. i.e. sensational sailing, prime meeting people conditions, the indefinite ditching of mundanity; you get the gist. However, we’ve come up with the ingenious, no, the grand plan, to ensure that your trip is everything you've ever dreamed.


To cover all bases, we’ve grouped all destinations by pace.

For clarity’s sake-

Pace /noun/ : an established rate of locomotion.

You’ve got your fast pace- for the all-nighters. Fast paced and party focused. Embrace non-stop activities and festivities at full-speed.

You’ve got your mid pace- fit for the sun seekers. See it all, do it all. Go loco or go local. These routes are the all rounders with a balance of party, culture and sailing.

You’ve got your easy pace- for the early risers. Freedom and flexibility is where it’s at. These routes are explorative, curated with the culturally inclined in mind.


Pick your pace.

Croatia, Original Route

Fast pace - 30-50 yachts
“The week that started it all” - @pathlestraveled

This route calls to those who abide by the Carpe Diem mantra and aim to live life to the fullest. Explore hidden coves, eat at the finest of restaurants and party long after dawn. Croatia's serene seas and enchanting towns create the perfect stage for an insane event. Be warned, this one’ll call you back year after year. Pick up the pace on the Original route.

Croatia, Ultra Festival Route

Fast pace - 30-50 yachts
“The best week of my life” - @adamberkenyc

Intrepid travellers, this one is sure to put you through your paces. Prepare for surreal sounds in surreal spaces. Ultra combines the sailing world and the music world in perfect harmony. Thanks to world class DJs, state-of-the-art sound systems, light shows and fireworks, you’ll be in a seven-day state of euphoria. Pick up the pace on the Ultra route.

Greece, Original Route

Mid pace - 20-25 yachts
“An epic adventure” - @emalone712

Say yassou (hello) to Croatia’s little sister. It's the same vibe, different destination. This lavish route is the boutique festival catering to all tastes. We mean all. With crystal clear waters at your feet and all the tzatziki you could eat; dare to indulge. Meet in the middle and go mid-pace in Greece.

Montenegro, Adriatic Route

Mid pace - 20-25 yachts
“A bucket-list experience” -@eunice_k2

This route is like watching a medieval film at an old-school theatre; a sepia toned screening to remember. With its majestic mountains, hidden caves, and stunning shoreline, Montenegro makes for a soul-stirring sail-scape. The most picturesque of party spots. Meet in the middle and go mid-pace in Montenegro.

BVI Route

Mid pace - 20-25 yachts
From night one to night seven, there were nothing but good vibes with awesome like-minded people.” - @taylerannelle

Sail the tropics, search for hawksbill turtles, listen to the local's stories and swim to sunken ships off the shores of sprawling white-sand beaches.

Tropic like it's hot in the BVIs.

Croatia, Dubrovnik Route

Mid pace - 10-20 yachts
The perfect combo of sailing, exploring and just the right amount of classy partying. Definitely the perfect opportunity for those who are more into nature and active vacationing.” - @ivonakrolo

Our one and only one-way route. Our first week we sail from Dubrovnik to Trogir and the second we sail in reverse starting from Trogir. Serving seven days of exploration for the curiously inclined with an adventurous, open mind.  From National parks to raft parties and yoga on yachts, our Dubrovnik route is a quintessential TYW venture welcoming those in search of a different side of Croatia.

Discover what secrets lie in the south of Dubrovnik


There you have it, the method to our madness.

Take a look at our destination guide to see all of our sparkling gems on full display.


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