CROATIA CHARTER TYPES AVAILABLE
Our exceptional selection of monohulls and catamarans for charter out of Dubrovnik, Agana, Sibenik and Trogir in Croatia are available in the following classes:
CROATIA BAREBOAT CHARTERS - The ultimate in privacy & freedom, bareboat rentals are for groups having their own qualified skipper. Hiring a captain and or hostess/cook always remains an option. For a list of our available Bareboat yachts, please Click Here.
CROATIA CREWED CHARTERS - These deluxe yachts come with their own professional crew (captain and or hostess/cook,) in a mainly all inclusive package, specially tailored for those looking for a very relaxing, private cruise like experience. For a list of our available Crewed yachts out of Croatia, please Click Here
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Today’s Croatia is an effortless blend of old and new, historic and hip. Croatian hospitality is warm and genuine and renowned in the sailing community as well as its beautiful coast which is one of the sunniest in Europe. Whether you are looking for medieval cities, ancient ruins, natural beauty or little islands to discover, you will find it in Croatia.
Dubrovnik Base: Enjoy this amazing medieval walled city before sailing through the islands. The Base is just 30 minutes from the airport and Dubrovnik city, dating back to the 6th Century, holds an interesting mix of architecture as well as plenty of chic bistros, bars and restaurants. Explore historic towns and sleepy fishing villages along a stunning coastline with spellbinding highlights like ‘the golden island’ of Sipan and the idyllic national park of Mljet, the third most densely wooded island of Croatia.
Agana Base: The Dalmatian Islands in Croatia are among the most famous in the Mediterranean region. Wild, rugged, and mostly uninhabited, many are protected as national parkland and offer a varied and diverse cruising ground for an Agana sailing vacation. The sailing is splendid, encompassing long and short passages to charming anchorages amid rocky islets, ancient villages steeped in history, and translucent waters. An Agana yacht charter typically focuses on the more than 30 islands off the central Dalmatian Coast near the city of Split, including lovely Solta, Hvar, Vis, and Brac. Pristine beaches, lively nightlife, fine cuisine, secluded coves, fascinating historic sites, and an unspoiled natural setting make an Agana yacht charter an unforgettable sailing adventure.
Zotan Marina Šibenik: Zotan Marina is located in Šibenik, the most protected natural harbor and a historic city in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into de Adriatic Sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, transport, industrial and tourist center and also the 3rd largest city in the historic region of Dalmatia. It is the oldest native Croatian town on the shores of the sea.
Trogir: Trogir is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in Split-Dalmatia County. This beautiful island is conected to the mainland and the island of Čiovo by bridges
SUGGESTED CRUISING PROGRAM
The local skippers have prepared a great sample bareboat program sharing their favorite beaches and moorings with our customers. Please see below for suggested cruising program:
Agana: 7 Day Itinerary
The Dalmatian Islands in Croatia are among the most famous in the Mediterranean region. Wild, rugged, and mostly uninhabited, many are protected as national parkland and offer a varied and diverse cruising ground for an Agana sailing vacation.
Agana: 7 Day Itinerary
An Agana sailing itinerary takes you to the stunningly beautiful turquoise waters of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, its shoreline indented with coves and bays, marked with rugged peninsulas, and bejeweled with large and small islands just offshore. A typical 7-day Agana itinerary centers on sailing to the islands of Solta, Hvar, Vis, and Brac, and to the Kornati Islands National Park north of the port of Split. These islands have a wonderful variety of harbors ranging from traditional fishing villages where the pace of life is slow to ports with small cities full of history and charm. The uninhabited islets nearby are remote and dramatic, supporting abundant wildlife. Swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing at pristine beaches, exploring fascinating archaeological sites, browsing in market bazaars, and dining in restaurants serving delicious local cuisine are among the many pleasures of sailing in these family friendly waters
Dubrovnik: 7 Day Itinerary
A Dubrovnik sailing itinerary takes you to the stunningly beautiful turquoise waters of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, its shoreline indented with coves and bays, marked with rugged peninsulas, and bejeweled with large and small islands just offshore.
Dubrovnik: 14 Day Itinerary
The pleasant climate and steady winds make for a superb sailing vacation as you discover the dazzling Dubrovnik Riviera. A Dubrovnik sailing itinerary could take you to one of many stunning islands that are within easy reach of the mainland.
Trogir: 7 & 8 Day Itinerary
You'll be spoilt for choice when planning your Trogir sailing itinerary. With its convenient access to some fantastic cruising grounds, there's so much to see and do. Whether you choose to head north or south, you'll discover picturesque islands, beautiful bays, and bustling towns steeped in cultural heritage, whilst enjoying perfect cruising conditions.
Zaton: 8 Day Itinerary
Depart from Marina Zaton. In this sailing itinerary you can explore the Kornati and Krka national parks with their waterfalls, lively ports, uninhabited islands and protected coves. You can also swim in the gleaming Adriatic, hike for a beatiful wiew of the island, sail via the beautiful Kornati Chanel and along the side of Šibenik archipelago, where you can find delicious fish and other delicacies.
Below you will find a link to additional information we are certain you will find useful pertaining to your yacht charter vacation.
Frequently Asked Questions about Croatia
Frequently Asked Questions about your yacht charter