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With an Adriatic coastline of about 1700 km and a string of more than 700 gorgeous islands in an emerald sea - the Croatian archipelago is a paradise for yachtsmen.

You will usually encounter mild winds, short sailing distances between charming harbours and enchanting bays - and perhaps enjoy a siesta under the bimini and experience snorkelling in the clear water. The mountains of the mainland tower in the horizon - and the sea is deep and crystal clear for easy navigation. Everywhere you will find a friendly and service-minded atmosphere.

Which sailing certificates are required for renting a boat in Croatia?

Croatia is the country in the world which has the strictest requirements for which sailing certificates to have when applying for a boat. You must at least have a certificate of Boatman's Proof in navigation and an SRC/VHF certificate (radio-certificate) to rent a sailboat in Croatia. If you do not have an SRC/VHF certificate, we have the ability with some of our partners to obtain an exemption for this requirement, but we will able to offer you a much larger range of sailboats and you also get a better price if you have a VHF certificate

You can sail in three different areas in Croatia: Pula, Split and Dubrovnik.

Croatia also offers ample opportunity for flotilla sailing – you are welcome to ask for more information about flotillas.

Zadar, Biograd & Pula (Northern Croatia)

Zadar, Biograd & Pula (Northern Croatia)

Yacht Charter from northern Croatia - Biograd, Zadar & Pula The Adriatic coast and its clear calm water, mild summer climate, idyllic villages and historic towns - a magnificent sailing area, which makes Croatia one of the best destinations for sailors. The marvellous coastline is sheltered by a series of 700 islands, with numerous anchorages and ports to fit the temper of every type of sailor. You can find lonely and romantic anchorages or be part of the local daily life in the country's cosy harbours and modern, well-equipped marinas. Magnificent nature has provided this abundant and diverse country with peaceful coves, beaches, mountains, evergreen groves and narrow passages between islands and the possibility of open sea stretches - which has the cleanest and clearest water you can imagine. The magnificent sailing area in the region around Zadar and Pula offers the best of Croatia and combines remote islands, beautiful bays and energetic cities with a fascinating cultural heritage. Departure: Most of our guests sail from Biograd, Zadar, Sukosan or Pula. All of these marinas are minutes from Zadar International Airport. Sailboat & catamaran charters in northern Croatia Enjoy both short passages in protected water, as well as long trips in steady winds. Northern Croatia offers:Perfect sailing conditions Rich cultural heritage Busy cities Uninhabited islands - Kornati National Park Secluded baysThe best time to sail is from April to October. In May and June, the strength of the wind is light to moderate, while July and August are characterized by calm weather - perfect for those who prefer a quiet atmosphere. The wind mainly comes from the west, but later in the year, usually in late September, the region is in periods affected by the strong Bora wind from the north, and sirocco-wind (moist wind from east-southeast). The area has a tidal range of 1-2 meters, and the normal temperature in the sailing season is 27°C. Route suggestion: Departure from Pula - Total distance: Ca. 151 nautical milesDay 1: Embarkation Day 2: Pula - Mali Losinj (34 nm) Day 3: Mali Losinj - Ist (26 nm) Day 4: Ist - Rab (30 nm) Day 5: Rab - Osor (22 nm) Day 6: Osor - Krnica (21 nm) Day 7: Krnica - Pula (18 nm) Day 8: Returning the sailboat
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Split, Trogir & Kastela (Central Croatia)

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. Highlights 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:Gentle navigation 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
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Dubrovnik (Southern Croatia)

Dubrovnik (Southern Croatia)

Yacht Charter in Dubrovnik The Republic of Croatia is overlooking the spectacular Adriatic Sea - east of Italy. Slovenia and Hungary lie to the north and Serbia to the northeast, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the east, while the south-eastern end of Croatia shares a short stretch of border with Montenegro. Croatia's coastline is ca approx 1270 km and is characterized by a large number of bays and small islands - between Dubrovnik and Istria alone, there are 1185 large and small islands. Only 66 of them are inhabited, while many of the other islands are protected as national parks. The mainland and the islands altogether have 5820 km of beautiful and breathtaking coastline. This is one of the best places to sail on the planet. The most famous sailing areas are among the Dalmatian Islands, stretching from Dubrovnik to Zadar. A sailing holiday in the southern area around Dubrovnik provides access to a wealth of charming anchorages, rocky islets, ancient villages and the clearest blue water. There is also ample opportunity to visit the most exciting islands Mljet, Korčula and Lastovo - as well as the stunning harbours and inlets along the wild-looking Pelješac peninsula and the nearby Elaphiti Islands. Pristine sandy beaches, a lively nightlife, great food, secluded coves, fascinating historic sites and unspoiled natural beauty makes a sailing holiday in the southern area around Dubrovnik an unforgettable adventure. Departure: Most of our guests depart from the ACI Marina in Dubrovnik. Yacht & Catamaran sailing in Dubrovnik A sailing holiday in Dubrovnik on Croatia's Dalmatian coast is nothing less than a cruise through paradise. The passages between the anchorages are short, and there's plenty of time to enjoy all the pleasures of sailing and make interesting excursions ashore to explore and enjoy the local cuisine, or just sit and relax in a café with a drink and rejoice in all of Croatia's many delights. The sailing season runs from April to November, however, the best time to go is in May and June. In these months, the gentle and warm westerly winds are rarely stronger than 15 knots and make a sailing holiday in this area a very family friendly choice – especially for couples with young children or skippers with an inexperienced crew. During July and August, there are regularly calm periods, and breezes are likewise common. In autumn and winter, the stronger Bora wind can be blowing from the north. The tidal range is 1-2 feet, so you do not need to worry about tidal currents. A sailing holiday to the area around Dubrovnik is, therefore, fit for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. The normal temperature in the sailing season is 23 °C. Highlights The Dalmatian Islands is a wonderful place to explore, especially on board a graceful yacht. You'll find sandy beaches, ideal for swimming and snorkelling, cosy anchorages and picturesque harbours, where shops, restaurants and nightclubs blend stylishly with the medieval surroundings in the centuries-old cities. Open-air markets under an ancient castle’s looming walls are not unusual. You can also walk along the narrow streets of small towns that date back to the Middle Ages. The many uninhabited islands in these waters are home to large populations of wild animals - and sailing between them is a pure pleasure.
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Jeanneau 53 Premier - 5cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 53 Premier - 5cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 47 Premier - 4 cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 47 Premier - 4 cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 44i Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 44i Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 41 Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 41 Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

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Jeanneau 39i Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 39i Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

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