This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Nov 23, 20175 Reasons You Should Go Sailing In The Med In MayHere's our top 5 reasons why you should be taking your Sailing holiday early next year - and why May is the perfect time to do it!by aditogsCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The Weather Eurocamp.co.uk / Via eurocamp.co.uk The weather in Croatia is perfect in May. For us Brits, sailing in average temperatures of 18 - 20 degrees is perfect - it means you don't have to worry too much about staying in the shade, and you don't have to find a yacht with that absolute necessity in the height of summer - air conditioning! 2. The Sea peacepalacelibrary.nl / Via peacepalacelibrary.nl Yes, it's an obvious one, but there is a reason why the sea in the Med is perfect for sailing in - it is practically non-tidal. This means that you don't have to worry about waking up in the middle of the night to get your yacht moving up with the tide, or what depth the marina floor is, or whether you'll encounter waves. In the med it just doesn't really happen! It's as simple and easy as sailing is going to get! 3. The Prices PlainSailing.com / Via plainsailing.com All the shops and Marinas have been open since April, someone has taken your yacht out for a spin so there are no teething issues with the boat being back in the water for the first time, and you can get prices that are as low as it gets! Fancy a new-ish Lagoon 450? You can get 20% off the already discounted low-season rates in May! PlainSailing.com reckon you can save as much as 60% when you compare the prices in May to the prices in August - the exact same yacht but for over double the cost!? 4. The Food kingspizzaandgreek.com / Via kingspizzaandgreek.com Sailing is hard work, so it's just as well you can replenish your energies with some of the greatest food that you can imagine! Along the Med you've got Spanish Tapas, Italian Pizza and Pasta, Turkish Kebabs and Soups, and my favourite of all - Greek food. I could eat Souvlaki all day, every day - that beautifully barbecued, tender meat, served on a bed of salad, with chilli sauce and pita, with a sprinkling of Feta on the side. It cannot be beaten! And you can get it for basically peanuts in every Greek Taverna you sail past! 5. They Actually Trust You weloveyachting.com / Via weloveyachting.com In the Med they have the highest concentration of yachts in the world, and there are literally millions of quids worth of them. It still seems a little bit ridiculous to me that all you need to do is a 5 day course and they trust you to sail away with a piece of kit that is worth hundreds of thousands of pounds!? It's a bit like being able to hire a Ferrari for the week!?