Split, Trogir & Kastela (Central Croatia)
Yacht charter in Central Croatia (Split, Trogir and Kastéla)
The Croatian Adriatic Sea is famous for its crystal-clear waters - perhaps the most pristine in the Mediterranean. Along the Croatian coast visiting sailors can encounter more than 1,000 charming and beautiful islands - and the Dalmatian Islands near Split are some of the most famous and popular destinations for yacht charterers. Some of the islands are large and covered in forest with centuries-old historic towns, castles and fortresses on hills and charming shops and excellent restaurants. Other islands are wild, isolated and uninhabited - all have beautiful anchorages. Another highlight on a sailing holiday in the area is the opportunity to explore the historic cities of Split, Primosten and Trogir.
Departure: Our guests usually sail from Trogir, Kastela or Split. The marinas are very close to Split International Airport, which makes for a convenient transfer.
Sailboat and Catamaran boating in Central Croatia (Split)
Wild, surrounded by turquoise blue water and with a rough appearance, many islands are protected as national parks - and make a beautifully varied and diverse area for sailing. The voyage is very picturesque and can include both long and short passages to charming anchorages between rocky islets, or by ancient villages shrouded in history and surrounded by the clearest water you can imagine. A boating holiday to central Croatia tends to focus on the more than 30 islands on the central Dalmatian coast near the city of Split - including beautiful Solta, Hvar and Brac. Kornati National Park, with its breathtaking barren landscape, lies to the north. The area offers so many large and small islands that it has been called a labyrinth of unsurpassed natural beauty.
In May and June, the area is extremely welcoming with pleasant and mild winds at about 15 knots from the west. The area is, therefore, an ideal destination for a pleasant family holiday on the water. In July and August, the wind goes down even more - and the weather is mostly quiet. The high season runs from April to November, but in the fall you may encounter the Bora, a strong wind from the north. The tidal range is insignificant, never more than two feet - and sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation can sail in the area without any hassle or stress. In the sailing season, the average daily temperature is 23° C.
Pristine beaches, a lively nightlife, lovely local food, secluded coves and fascinating historical sites, make a sailing holiday to Split an unforgettable experience.
A voyage through central Dalmatia offers a wonderful mix of adventure in the area's beautiful scenery, white sandy beaches and lush vegetation as well as great cultural experiences in the charming and ancient cities and ports. Or escape to pristine anchorages, where you can enjoy the area's rich wildlife, far from crowds of people, bustling cities, shopping and restaurants - everything is possible here. Snorkelling is supreme, and a sailing holiday here is a journey into some of the most beautiful sailing areas in the Mediterranean. You will, among others, have the opportunity to experience:
Kornati National Park
Split - a UNESCO world heritage city
The islands of Hvar, Brač and Vis
A mixture of quiet and more lively coves and bays
Ancient and unforgettableTrogir