Chartering a catamaran in Croatia
Hire catamaran charter Croatia and open your doors to more than 1000 incredible islands, where each of them is unique in its own way. While sailing catamaran Croatia and enjoying on a large stern, or sunbathing on the flybridge of your catamaran, your skipper will take you to the most amazing coves in Croatia. A large living area of a catamaran will provide you with enough comfort to spend the nights in beautiful bays, with no need to rush into crowded marinas. This way you will experience Croatian natural beauties to its fullest.
Visit Dubrovnik and its world-famous walls and stone buildings that were often used as filming locations of Star Wars, Game of Thrones and James Bond, to name a few. Enjoy lush green nature of the Mljet National Park, or find a secluded beach on any of numerous beautiful Croatian islands.
Why chartering a catamaran in Croatia is good idea?
Chartering a catamaran in Croatia became pretty popular in recent times in charter business mostly thanks to their quality design and emphasized comfort. There really is a broad choice of rental catamarans of all sizes and features on charter market, with the majority being in the Split and Dubrovnik areas, and it is almost impossible to find a review that does not glorify the advantages of catamarans.
It is true that they are very spacious and are becoming more and more easy-to-handle, thus giving you an opportunity to comfortably explore Istria and Kvarner, Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik regions. In other case, you can hire a skippered charter catamaran where skipper will steer your yacht safety to any port.
They are also being advertised as boats with superior stability compared to monohull sailing yachts. This parameter could be measured and scientifically proved, but let’s stay with subjective sensation and feeling. I believe that one could have a sensation of better stability due to the large surface and the trick with proportions.
However, somehow I believe that an average catamaran suffers a lot of stability problems on a rough sea, and is way more difficult to stabilize with sails than it is the case with monohull sailing yachts. Rough sea is rough sea and is to be avoided if possible, so we can refuse the fact with stability on high waves, at least if we talk about sailing for pleasure during holidays…
Maneuvering catamarans in marinas and ports might seem pretty difficult, but handling two engines is far easier than one engine. For those reasons, every year more and more catamarans are rented as bareboat charter, so think about chartering one to effortlessly enjoy the Adriatic.
Anyway, all of you who like to feel the space and a bit of comfort, and who would like to be noticed in a marina or port, a catamaran would be a great fun to charter. As their popularity developed in recent years, it is to be expected to see new and improved models every season.
I wish you a calm sea, a fine wind and a strong mast!