Thousands of islands, crystal clear sea and excellent sailing conditions – three great reasons to spend your next sailing holiday in Croatia It isn't hard to see why yacht charter in Croatia is becoming an increasingly popular choice among locals and tourists. Croatia is an ideal sailing location for both adventurous travelers, looking for a bareboat charter and best routes for island hopping, as well as for old-fashioned tourists, who want a luxurious gulet cruise along the Adriatic coast.
From the world renowned cities like Dubrovnik and Split to the multitude of uninhabited islands in Dalmatia, there are literally dozens of sailing itineraries you can create for your big catamaran charter experience or more personal skippered yacht charter.
Cruising along the coast on a motor yacht in the morning, taking an afternoon for a swim or a snorkeling session and enjoying Mediterranean wine and cuisine in the sunset sounds like a perfect sailing holiday vacation. Actually, there's a saying in Croatia that fittingly describes the lifestyle of the locals: "There's no money in the world you could pay for this." We disagree! Whether you're keen on visiting thousand-years-old sea towns with impressive Roman and Medieval architecture or exploring more than 1240 Croatian islands and islets, yacht charter in Croatia will definitely pay off.
Croatia’s archipelago is the largest in the Adriatic sea.
Croatia also has the most indented coast in the entire Mediterranean. Sail around more than 1240 islands and islets.
97% of beaches have excellent seawater quality so don’t be afraid to walk the plank before you jump into the pristine clear sea.
56 marinas are scattered along the coast if you want to take a temporary break from sailing in the open sea
Sailing season lasts from April to October, with July and August as its peak months.
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