Use your own nautical skills or charter a boat in Croatia with a skipper to discover its many hidden treasures:
Starting with the Croatian islands of Dalmatia, charter a boat from Split, the country's second largest city, to explore on board the neighbouring islands in the Adriatic Sea: the island of Brač, Hvar, Lastovo, Trogir and its historic town or Vis. Are you up for partying and living the unfiltered nightlife? You'll feel like a fish in water.
Discover the Kornati National Park by sailing around the 89 islands that make this national park a paradise with exceptional flora and fauna - swimming, snorkelling and hiking are the order of the day for the enjoyment of children and adults alike!
In Dubrovnik, the "pearl" of the Adriatic, you can admire the city walls and the old harbour of the beautiful city and enjoy its beautiful beaches before sailing to the islands of Korčula or Mljet.
On the other hand, you can visit Rijeka, the main port city of the country located in the Kvarner Bay. Rijeka is a city worth visiting for its beaches and authentic city centre. Rent a boat to visit the islands of Cres, Krk, Rab and Mali Lošinj.
Istria, in the north, despite being a lesser-known region, has a wealth of riches for you to witness. Explore the Brijuni Islands (National Park) and discover the beautiful Roman remains of Pula, Poreč or Rovinj. The Istrian peninsula is opposite Venice - inspiration for a boat trip in the future? It is also a very good option to charter a skippered yacht in Croatia, to then connect Istria and Italy, the neighbouring country further west.
Dubrovnik (almost contiguous to Bosnia and Herzegovina), Split and Zagreb will offer you varied landscapes, embellished with colourful architecture and an unwavering cultural richness. The climatic and geographical diversity, as well as the tradition of tourism, have marked the development and quality of Croatian gastronomy.
Croatian wines are also excellent. We especially recommend Krk Vrbni čka žlahtina, Susak trojiśćina and Kastav Kastavska belica. Thanks to Croatia's strong cultural footprint, you can easily find many dishes and specialities from the coast, islands and the Gorski Kotar massif.
Croatia has become one of the most iconic sailing destinations in the last ten years. The main base is Split, ideally located to head north or south of the country. Further north, the less busy base of Biograd na Moru is a very interesting alternative for your next holiday.
If you choose to charter a sailing yacht in Croatia but have little sailing experience, we suggest sailing in June, July and August. Indeed, during these months, the westerly breeze, the Bora, blows enough to displace your sailing, but remains calm enough to allow you to relax, swim and have a unique holiday. During the balmy summer nights, you can even sleep on the terrace instead of in the cabins and enjoy the breeze and the view!
Croatia is therefore the ideal destination for strolling through the alleys, discovering museums, restaurants and its 2000 kilometres of coastline. Croatia includes many charming marinas, including Pula ACI Marina, Brac, Split, Dubrovnik ACI Marina, Rijeka, Trogir, Rab and Bol. One of these marinas will certainly meet your expectations for, among other things, yacht charter in Croatia.
A sailing trip in Croatia is something that takes time. This country of a thousand islands requires a good knowledge of sailing areas, conditions and sailing in general. If you do not have a sailing licence, or simply prefer to be guided on the water, from island to island, so that you can worry only about making the most of your experience, at Click&Boat you have the option of chartering a skippered boat in Croatia.
This tailor-made experience will allow you to sail in peace to Dubrovnik, Split or Zadar, among many other places! The skipper, an expert in the area, will also be able to take you to the Kornati archipelago and show you the wonders of this Croatian pearl that you should not miss on your trip on board.
Whether it's a sailing boat, a catamaran or a motorboat, renting a boat with Click&Boat guarantees you the best prices... And a unique experience! We're setting sail now, are you coming?
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Universally known as one of Europe's paradises, this country is bordered by numerous islands along the Adriatic. You will have the opportunity to discover its wonders if you opt for a boat charter in Croatia. Sandy beaches, national parks, Mediterranean cuisine, forested mountains and clear sea make Croatia a paradisical destination for yacht charter for both weekends and longer sailing adventures.
The price of a boat rental in Croatia varies depending on the type and model of boat chosen, the dates of your trip, the number of participants and the options selected.
A motorboat rental in Croatia will cost between £90 and £350 per day, on average, to be divided among the participants of the cruise.
Renting a sailboat in Croatia will cost between £100 and £500 per day on average.
A catamaran charter in Croatia, on the other hand, varies between £290 and £1,000 (for the most luxurious boats), per day.
For weekly charters in Croatia, you will need a budget of £2,000 on average for a sailing yacht and £4,500 on average for a catamaran.
With family or friends, Croatia is a great travel destination. You can visit the islands of Bisevo, Vis, Budinovak, Hvar or Stiniva on a motor boat or catamaran. You can even opt to charter a yacht in Croatia if you want to spend an exceptional holiday sailing in turquoise waters.
In any case, you have come to the right place to rent a boat in Croatia, with or without a skipper, safely, quickly and at a (very) attractive price.
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