More information: medsailors.com/sailcroatia/
No airlines fly directly to Croatia from New Zealand. Lufthansa, Swiss Air and Austrian Airlines all fly to both Split and Dubrovnik (via European centres) and connect with Air New Zealand and other airlines in Asia or the United States. New Zealand citizens do not need a tourist visa for stays of up to 90 days.
Medsailors offers two routes in Croatia – the Discovery route (Split Return) and the Voyager route (Split-Dubrovnik or vice versa). The cost varies from £487 to £659 ($841-$1138) depending on the time of year and the quality of yacht – premier or premier plus. A new catamaran option is also available from between £600 and £738. All passengers must pay an additional £65 in local taxes on arrival.
Croatia is the most expensive country in the Balkans, but still reasonable by European standards. Medsailors recommends a budget of about £25-£30 a day to cover dinner, drinks and additional costs. Breakfast and lunch is included in the cost of the tour. You are free to bring snacks and drinks (including alcohol) on board.