Hire a boat in Croatia

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Prince 570 open Suzuki 140hp (2020)

With or without a skipper
 27 · Super owner

From £196 per day

Quickiver Activ 555 Open (2018)

Without captain
 34 · Super owner

From £160 per day

Let's set sails on Beneteau First 21.7 in beautiful Split (2006)

With or without a skipper
 15 · Super owner

From £63 per day

JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 40 Sailing Yacht (2001)

With captain

From £197 per day

LAGOON 400 S2 / Charter amazing catamaran from Split with or without skipper (2013)

With or without a skipper

From £553 per day

BALI 4.3. (2017)

Kaštel Gomilica
With or without a skipper

From £341 per day

Prestige Ranger 600 (2020)

With or without a skipper
 35 · Super owner

From £160 per day

Coastline exploration with Atlantic Marine 680 (2017)

With or without a skipper

From £134 per day

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Book Quicksilver 675 in Trogir or Split and cruise around the islands! (2018)

With or without a skipper
 31 · Super owner

From £178 per day

Viko s22 (2015)

Without captain

From £72 per day

Sail beautiful Beneteau First 21.7 from sunny Split (2007)

With or without a skipper
 12 · Super owner

From £66 per day

Quicksilver 675 Open- available in Trogir and Split (2017)

With or without a skipper
 22 · Super owner

From £177 per day

Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795 (2017)

Without captain
 26 · Super owner

From £285 per day

Motorboat Aquamax Fisher 17 60hp (2017)

With or without a skipper
 24 · Super owner

From £116 per day

KARNIC with 200 HP Suzuki (2022)

With or without a skipper
 30 · Super owner

From £231 per day

Quicksilver 455 Activ Open- available in Split and Trogir (2017)

With or without a skipper
 49 · Super owner

From £107 per day

Quicksilver Activ 555 Refit 2021 / With or without skipper / zadar area (2012)

Without captain
 67 · Super owner

From £141 per day

Karnic 2251 Open - Yamaha 200 HP (2015)

With or without a skipper
 24 · Super owner

From £178 per day

Boat Hire in Croatia with Click&Boat

Universally known as one of Europe's paradises, a boat hire in Croatia gives you the perfect opportunity to visit the numerous islands bordering it in the Adriatic Sea. Sandy beaches, national parks, Mediterranean cuisine, forested mountains and clear sea... you will have the opportunity to discover all this and more if you opt for a yacht charter in Croatia. Whether you plan to set sail for a weekend, a week, or even something longer, we can promise you an unforgettable voyage, full of adventure and beautiful landscapes when you embark on your yacht hire in Croatia.

How much does it cost to hire a boat in Croatia?

The price of a boat hire in Croatia varies depending on the type and model of boat chosen, the dates of your trip, the number of participants and whether or not you opted to add any extras onto your charter. Below, you will find a list of average prices depending on the type of boat you wish to hire:


£1628/week in high season

£727/week in low season


£173/day in high season

£165/day in low season


£264/day in high season

£229/day in low season


£5368/week in high season

£2978/week in low season



Jet Skis

£190/day in high season

£130/day in low season

Why hire a boat in Croatia?

Whether you’re travelling with family or friends, a yacht charter in Croatia is sure to be special. You can visit any number of surrounding islands, including Bisevo, Vis, Budinovak, Hvar or Stiniva. Yacht hire in Croatia is the best way to view this spectacular country from a whole new perspective, offering up multiple unique opportunities for exploration that would be inaccessible without a boat.

Where to sail during a Croatian yacht charter?

Whether you’re an experienced sailor or in need of a skipper, there are numerous things to see and do when you hire a boat in Croatia. While aboard, you can choose to stick to just one area, or you can take your Croatian yacht charter to multiple different areas, ensuring that your nautical adventure is truly one to remember.

You should start your Croatian boat hire in Dalmatia, exploring the islands just off the coast of Split, Croatia’s second largest city. Close by, you will find Brac, Hvar, Lastovo, Trogir, and Vis. Each of these islands offers up the perfect blend of a spectacular nightlife and unspoilt natural beauty.

After visiting the Dalmatian Islands, you can take your Croatian yacht hire to the Kornati National Park, which is home to around 89 islands and a spectacular range of flora and fauna. Whether you want to go swimming, snorkelling, or hiking, the Kornati archipelago has it covered, with a range of options for children and adults alike!

Dubrovnik, also known as the pearl of the Adriatic, is next on the list. The city walls and old harbour are just a couple of the highlights here, another being the impressive array of breathtaking beaches. When you’ve had your fill of sunbathing and exploring in the main city, you can sail your Croatian boat hire to the islands of Korcula and Mljet.

The Kvarner archipelago is yet another fantastic itinerary option for your yacht charter in Croatia. Aside from Rijeka, an important port city with beautiful beaches and a fascinating city centre, you can also visit islands such as Cres, Krk, Rab, and Mali Losinj.

If you want to head to the north, Istria has a wealth of riches for you to explore, such as the Brijuni Islands and the Roman remains located in Pula, Porec, and Rovinj. This idyllic peninsula is opposite Venice and, if you’re looking for a longer trip, you could even take your Croatian yacht hire there, giving you the chance to also explore Italy.

Croatia: an iconic Mediterranean sailing destination

Croatia has become one of the most iconic sailing destinations in the Mediterranean over the last ten years. While the main base is Split, you will also find the less busy base of Biograd na Moru further north, which is another interesting alternative for your next holiday.

When is the best time to hire a boat in Croatia?

If you’re looking to hire a boat in Croatia but have little sailing experience, we suggest sailing in June, July and August. Indeed, during these months, the westerly breeze, the Bora, is strong enough to steer you off course, 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!

What should you do during your yacht charter in Croatia?

Croatia is the ideal destination for strolling through the alleys, discovering museums, restaurants and its 2000 kilometres of coastline, with fantastic year-round weather conditions.

Dubrovnik, 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.

If you’re a fan of the Game of Thrones TV series, you could even go on a tour of all the locations used for filming. These locations offer up some of the most amazing architecture in the Mediterranean and will make you feel like you’ve stepped right through your screen.

What are some of Croatia’s best marinas?

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.

Charter a skippered yacht in Croatia

A boat hire 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 have a more relaxing holiday where you are guided from island to island, Click&Boat offers you the option of a skippered boat hire in Croatia.

This tailor-made experience will allow you to sail in peace to Dubrovnik, Split or Zadar, among many other places! The skipper, usually a local and 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, hiring a boat with Click&Boat guarantees you the best prices... And a unique experience! We're setting sail now, are you coming?

What type of boat should you hire in Croatia?

Which type of boat you should hire depends on a number of different factors. If you want a day trip, motorboats and RIBs are a speedy and relatively cheap option, perfect for exploring secluded beaches and charming coastal villages.

If you’re after a slightly longer trip, there are even more options. For a trip of the utmost luxury, a yacht or catamaran is the best option for you. Catamarans are especially great for anyone who suffers from seasickness, with the double hull structure providing more stability than most other boat types. They are also able to enter shallower waters than most other boat types.

If you’re looking for something more authentic, you can also opt for a sailboat. These are the best boats to go for if you really want to feel the rhythm of the waves but aren’t great if you suffer from seasickness.

Another great option for a sailing holiday in Croatia is a gulet. These are a very traditional boats in this part of the Mediterranean and are often much bigger than other boat types, with room for more people on board. Usually, gulets will come with a crew, who will wait on you hand and foot while you’re on board, meaning that you can really concentrate on simply relaxing during your trip. 

How to get to your yacht charter in Croatia?

The quickest and easiest way to get to your yacht hire in Croatia is to fly in to one of the many international airports. The largest airports are located in the following cities:

  • Dubrovnik
  • Split
  • Zagreb
  • Pula
  • Zadar

There are also a couple of smaller airports in Rijeka and Bol. Of course, which one you should fly into depends on where you’re planning to hire a boat in Croatia. For example, if you’re going to Brac Island, you should go to Bol Airport, but this is probably the least accessible of all the ones listed here and you may need to get a connecting flight. 

If you are looking for a slightly longer and more adventurous trip, you can also take a road trip through Europe, or rent a boat from a neighbouring country and sail to Croatia. The options are endless! 

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