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Charter Boat without licence  Pasara 4330 Stara Novalja
Stara Novalja

Pasara 4330 (2010)

4
Without a skipper

From €125 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Pasara Passara Gajac
Gajac
4.7
 (4)

Pasara (2000)

6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €130 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Pasara Ven 501 Cavtat
Cavtat
4.9
 (41)

Pasara Ven 501 (2017)

6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €120 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Traditional boat Pasara Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
4.9
 (84)

Super fun traditional boat Pasara (2022)

4
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €120 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Sport Mare M-Sport 500, YAMAHA 5HP Vela Luka
Vela Luka
5.0
 (15)

SPORT MARE — M-SPORT 500, YAMAHA 5HP (2020) (2020)

4
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €75 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Venom Istranka Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
4.8
 (58)

Motorboat with 15 HP (2015)

4
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €129 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Adria Adria 500 Pula
Pula
4.9
 (29)

Adria 500 (2022)

6
1
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €100 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Mila 300 Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
4.9
 (29)

Mila 300 (2018)

2
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €129 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Boat ALL INCLUSIVE Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
5.0
 (38)

Pasara Sport (2018)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €139 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Elan Sport Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
4.9
 (29)

Pasara- picnic boat (2018)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €138 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Jugoplastika Pasara Hvar
Hvar
4.8
 (20)

Traditional Pasara 6 hp with fuel included (2006)

6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €85 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Pasara 440 Orebić
Orebić
4.9
 (14)

Pasara 440 (2010)

4
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €75 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Gurges 545 Pula
Pula
4.7
 (26)

Gurges 545 (2017)

5
1
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €100 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Pasara Traditional boat Milna
Milna
5.0
 (18)

Brač Island Pasara (1983)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €75 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Adria 500 Open Pula
Pula
4.9
 (27)

Adria 500 Open (no license required) (2020)

6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €120 per day

Charter Boat without licence  FORTIS 505 Pasara Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
5.0
 (14)

FORTIS 505 (2022)

5
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €225 per day

Charter Boat without licence  PASARA Ven 501 Okrug Gornji
Okrug Gornji
4.7
 (16)

PASARA VEN 501 / FUEL INCLUDED (2016)

6
With or without a skipper

From €89 per day

Charter Boat without licence  Pasara Traditional Boat Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
4.9
 (41)

Rent a boat on your own! No licence needed (1976)

5
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €150 per day

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Rent a boat without a licence and discover Croatia from the water

Are you dreaming of exploring Croatia's stunning coastlines and turquoise waters at your own pace? Look no further! Croatia, located in southeastern Europe, is a Mediterranean paradise. With over a thousand islands, pristine beaches, and crystal-clear waters, Croatia offers a truly unique sailing experience. Split, Dubrovnik, and other coastal towns are rich in culture, history, and natural beauty. A boat rental in Croatia without a licence gives you the ultimate freedom to explore the country's stunning coastlines. Licence-free boats, also known as "bareboat rentals," are typically smaller vessels that are easy to manoeuvre, making them suitable for beginners and experienced sailors alike. You don't need specific qualifications or licences to rent and operate these boats so that you can set sail without hassle.

Croatia is a sailor's paradise, offering diverse sailing experiences. Croatia has something for everyone, whether you're a seasoned sailor or a first-time adventurer. Croatia's archipelago is a dream come true for island-hopping enthusiasts. Each island has unique charm, history, and attractions, from the bustling Hvar Island to the tranquil Vis Island. Hop from one island to another, exploring secluded beaches, vibrant nightlife, and charming fishing villages. Croatia's coastline is dotted with ancient towns and cities steeped in history. Sail to Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its medieval walls and breathtaking views. Explore the narrow streets of Split, home to the magnificent Diocletian Palace. These coastal towns perfectly blend culture, architecture, and gastronomy. Croatia boasts several natural wonders that are best experienced from the water. Visit the stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park, where emerald lakes cascade into each other, or sail along the Kornati Islands, a mesmerising archipelago known for its raw beauty and unique marine life.

What is the capacity for licence-free boat rentals in Croatia?

Regarding no-licence boat rentals in Croatia, it's important to consider the capacity and amenities that best suit your needs. Licence-free boats in Croatia vary in size and capacity. You'll find boats ranging from small motorboats perfect for couples or small groups, accommodating 2-4 people, to larger vessels suitable for bigger groups, accommodating up to 12 people.

Depending on the boat size and type, you can expect a range of cabin configurations. Smaller boats may not have dedicated cabins but offer comfortable seating areas that can be converted into sleeping spaces. Larger boats typically have multiple cabins, allowing for increased privacy and comfort. The average ship may have 1-3 cabins, but some larger boats can have up to 5 or more.

How much does it cost to charter a boat in Croatia without a licence?

The cost of a no-licence boat charter in Croatia can vary based on several factors. These include the season, charter duration, port/marina rented from, whether you rent with or without a skipper, and any extras such as equipment or a crew. The cost of a licence-free boat rental in Croatia starts at around €120/day for 6 people. Prices can range up to €1,020/day for 14 people. Prices can vary depending on the boat size, amenities, and the time of year you sail.

What is included in the cost?

When you hire a licence-free boat in Croatia, it's essential to understand what is included in the cost. The rental price typically covers the boat itself, basic equipment such as life jackets and navigation tools, and access to the boat's amenities such as a kitchenette and bathroom. Additionally, some rentals may include the services of a local support team to assist you during your trip. Fuel costs are usually not included in the rental price and are charged separately based on usage. Other exclusions may include port fees, mooring fees, and optional extras such as water sports equipment or a crew. It's important to carefully review the terms and conditions of your rental agreement to ensure a clear understanding of what is included and any additional costs.

When is the best time to charter a boat in Croatia without a licence?

The best time to hire a boat in Croatia without a licence depends on the weather and sailing conditions. The sailing season in Croatia begins in late April and extends until early October. The summer months, June to September, offer warm temperatures, calm seas, and ideal sailing conditions.

Croatia hosts various festivals and cultural events throughout the year. Consider aligning your trip with events such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in July and August or the Split Summer Festival in July and August. These celebrations offer a unique opportunity to experience the vibrant local culture, including music, dance, and traditional cuisine. The high season in Croatia runs from July to August when the weather is at its peak and tourist influx is highest. If you prefer a quieter experience with fewer crowds, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons of May to June or September to October. During these times, you can still enjoy pleasant weather and have more flexibility in choosing your preferred sailing routes and destinations.

Where to charter a yacht in Croatia without a licence?

Croatia boasts numerous ports and marinas where boats can be rented. Here are some key destinations along the coast where you can embark on your sailing adventure:

Split

Located in central Dalmatia, Split is a popular starting point for sailing trips in Croatia. The city is easily accessible, with Split Airport nearby. The ACI Marina Split and Marina Kaštela are prominent marinas offering a wide range of boat rentals. Both marinas provide excellent facilities, including restaurants, shops, and fuel stations. Split's central location makes it an ideal base for exploring nearby islands such as Brač, Hvar, and Vis.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is known for its medieval walls, red-roofed buildings, and breathtaking views. The ACI Marina Dubrovnik, located in Komolac, is a popular choice for boat rentals. The marina offers comprehensive facilities and easy access to the city's historic centre.

Zadar

Located in northern Dalmatia, Zadar is a vibrant coastal city with a rich historical heritage. The marinas in Zadar, such as Marina Zadar and Marina Borik, provide excellent rental options. Zadar's central location allows easy access to the stunning Kornati Islands National Park, an archipelago known for its raw beauty and unique sailing experiences.

Where to sail in Croatia?

Croatia offers a plethora of incredible sailing destinations, each with its highlights and attractions. Here are some must-visit places to sail to around Croatia:

The Kornati Islands

Located in northern Dalmatia, the Kornati Islands are a true sailing paradise. This archipelago comprises over 140 uninhabited islands and islets, offering pristine nature, crystal-clear waters, and excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities. Explore hidden bays, dine in charming local restaurants, and immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of this national park.

Brač Island

Just a short sail from Split, Brač Island is famous for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. Visit the iconic Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) beach in Bol, known for its unique shape and beauty. Explore the island's charming towns, such as Supetar and Postira, and indulge in local cuisine featuring delicious fresh seafood.

Vis Island

Located further south, Vis Island offers a tranquil retreat and a glimpse into traditional Croatian island life. Explore the picturesque town of Vis, known for its narrow streets and quaint atmosphere. Don't miss the chance to visit the enchanting Blue Cave on the nearby island of Biševo, where sunlight creates a mesmerising blue glow in the cave's waters.

Best things to do in and around Croatia

In addition to sailing, Croatia offers a wealth of attractions and activities to enhance your vacation experience. Here are some top recommendations:

Explore Dubrovnik's Old Town

Walk along the ancient walls of Dubrovnik's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the stunning architecture, visit historic landmarks, and soak in the city's rich cultural heritage.

Discover Plitvice Lakes, National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park is a natural wonderland located inland with a series of cascading lakes and waterfalls. Explore the park's network of wooden pathways and immerse yourself in its lush, verdant landscapes.

Indulge in Local Cuisine

Croatia's gastronomy is a delightful blend of Mediterranean and Balkan influences. Taste traditional dishes such as fresh seafood, grilled meats, and hearty stews, accompanied by local wines and olive oils. Try the famous Dalmatian peka, a slow-cooked meat and vegetable dish.


Charter a without license near Croatia

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