Sailing Vacation in Croatia
Yacht Charter & Luxury Yacht Charter
Discover and explore the extensive Croatian Adriatic coast. Its glittering coast of nearly 1,800 km almost trebles once you include it’s 1,244 islands, reefs and islets. Cruise in sapphire waters, visit beautiful beaches, natural miracles, breathtaking attractions, historical sites, famous national parks and picturesque fishing villages – all the while enjoying the warm and friendly culture.
Croatia has been a part of our sailing destination for many years, and our repeat customers and sailing enthusiasts are a testament to its beauty.
By far, the best way to explore the Croatian coast is by boat. Be it a sailboat, catamaran or luxury yacht. A tailor-made charter to suit you and your dreams is waiting for you.
Our Hand-picked portfolio offers the very best charter yachts in Croatia. Whether you prefer to charter a bareboat sailing yacht or fully crewed luxury yacht. Our portfolio includes traditional gulets, bare boats, luxury sailing yachts and modern motor yachts. Whatever your preferred vessel might be, we have the perfect yacht for you. Take this opportunity to discover islands, bays, deserted shores and beaches, which land-based travel cannot provide.
Croatia´s coast is diverse. Home to 1,244 islands – of which only 50 are inhabited, there are countless stunning bays with beautiful anchorages. From sun-splashed riffs and picturesque coastal towns, to olive groves and vineyards – there is beauty to be taken in everywhere. The coastal towns are the crown jewels, and each stone is soaked in history. Across both the coast and the islands there are more than 100 small towns, living as though lost in time, with traditional cultures and way of life.
Croatia has a total of eight national parks, and eleven fully-protected natural parks. Before you visit, you should study the behavioral and procedural regulations of the national park carefully. The best-known parks include: Brijuni National Park, Krka National Park, Kornati National Park, Mljet National Park, Lastovo Natural Park.
There are 5 main sailing areas in Croatia: Istria, Kvarner Bay, Northern Dalmatia, Middle Dalmatia and Southern Dalmatia. Each is completely different from the other. All have their own beauty, features and wind conditions. Croatia´s various sailing areas provide the best sailing conditions for all levels of skippers.
Istria – “Terra Magica” is a peninsula located on the Adriatic coast in the north-west of Croatia. The most famous port cities include: Umag, Novigrad, Poreč, Vrsar, Rovinj, Pula. There are 15 marinas and a great infrastructure for sailors.
Kvarner Bay, is a bay on the upper Adriatic Sea in Croatia. Situated between the peninsula of Istria in the west, and the Croatian coast in the east. In Kvarner Bay lie Opatija, Krk, Cres, Lošinj and Rab. The islands Krk and Cres are the largest islands in Croatia.
North Dalmatia refers to the area from Premuda, Iž, Molat, Murter to Skradin.
The Kornati Islands are a national park. The archipelago consists of the Kornati islands, and 140 other small islands, islets, rocks and reefs. These islands are the largest group of islands in the Croatian Adriatic. The islands are karstic, and only sparsely covered – largely free of vegetation. Sailing around to get a view is an experience not to be missed. Not far away, are lonely bathing bays and beaches. There are about 20 Konobas (small restaurants) on the other side of the uninhabited islands that are worth paying a visit, although they only function seasonally. Konobas possess many culinary features and their popularity is unchallenged. However, seats and berths are scarce accordingly.
Islands of central Dalmatia include Šolta, Brac, Omis, Brela, Baška Voda and Makarska-Tucepi.
The most famous islands of Southern Dalmatia are: Hvar, Vis, Lastovo, Korčula, Mljet and Šipan. On the mainland lies the port of Cavat, and the most beautiful city in Croatia: Dubrovnik.