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Dubrovnik Region

Dubrovnik Sailing Holidays

The old town of Dubrovnik or the “Pearl of the Mediterranean" might be small in size, but is enormous in popularity, especially among cruisers. Some of the world's biggest yachts have stayed overnight here. Dubrovnik is one of the best preserved medieval cities with a rich history. During the Renaissance, it was one of the wealthiest cities at the Adriatic.

Yacht Charter in Dubrovnik

Charter a yacht in Dubrovnik to sail along the calm, crystal clear waters and discover the untouched, wild nature outside its fortified city walls. Sailing in the Dubrovnik region you will encounter some of the most amazing landscapes in Croatia. Whether you have chosen a skippered yacht charter or a bareboat charter, head north to some of the greenest Croatian islands like Mljet or Lopud. Dolphins can often be seen on this route. You can also sail south to another beautiful Mediterranean country – Montenegro. Just be aware of the fact that, during the peak of the season, Dubrovnik tends to be a little overcrowded in marinas and ports so book a berth in advance.

Sailing Holidays Guide in Dubrovnik Region

Dubrovnik Region Sailing Guide

Mediterranean

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Best time to sail

April - October

Number of boat bases

6

Closest airports

Dubrovnik (DBV)

Currency

Kuna (HRK)

Languages spoken

Croatian

Tips

The Old City Walls, Stradun Street, Korčula Island, the islets of Lokrum and Lopud, Mljet National Park

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