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Hire Sailboat DUFOUR 360 GL Vanila Mali Losinj
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Mali Losinj

From 272 £ per day

Hire Sailboat JEANNEAU Sun Odyssey 32 i Čikat Mali Losinj
6
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Mali Losinj

From 169 £ per day

Hire Sailboat ELAN 40 Impression Laali Mali Losinj
8
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Mali Losinj

From 313 £ per day

Hire Sailboat ELAN 45 Impression Jackpot Mali Losinj
10
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Mali Losinj

From 400 £ per day

Hire Motorboat Sessa Marine Key Largo 20 Mali Losinj
8
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Mali Losinj

From 184 £ per day

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Cost to rent boat in Mali Losinj

Curious about the cost of hiring boat in Mali Losinj? While the cost may vary from boat to boat, it is possible to hire boat from 40£ to 1,120£ per day. But the average for a daily cost is 270£.

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Thomas

We have been to Croatia several times and definitely have an experienced view! I have to comment in 3 "tranches" or areas. Istria: Rovinj to Savudrija along the coast is lovely and enjoyable (and Motovun)-- definitely plan on 3 nights or more. Mali Losinj is its "own thing" in the greater Istria area and deserves adequate time to discover and enjoy (we spent 4 nights- and could have spent several weeks). I think this area is definitely a "jewel in the crown". Next up would be Dalmatia in 2 parts-- first would be Trogir-Split as a launch point to Brac (Sutivan is particularly quaint) and Hvar. We also visited Otok Vis via boat for the day-- good to see it that way but not sure I need to stay there? Good to plan a boat tour trip while based on one of those islands. Liked Korcula and should be visited and stay a few days. You HAVE to do Hvar at least once; we have been there twice. However, as time goes on, we might prefer Brac (a luxury problem to have). We will likely do a "comparison shopping" one more time to settle the Hvar / Brac question! Finally, take out a boat-skipper in Dubrovnik for the day and venture to the Elephite islands (Sipan) for a lovely time. The Pelješac peninsula must be visited if you are a wine enthusiast. Hope this helps. Tom in Connecticut, USA.

Vedran

Perfect palace for spending time on boat :) Very nice nature, wonderful bays, and friendly people! Mali Lošinj is a town on the Croatian island of Lošinj, in the northern Adriatic Sea. It’s known for its large natural harbor which has a broad promenade. The Museum of Lošinj, in the 19th-century Fritzi Palace, displays Italian baroque and modern Croatian paintings. The Museum of Apoxyomenos exhibits a well-preserved 1st- or 2nd-century-B.C. bronze statue of an athlete, recovered from the sea bed.

Marjan

small town with wide range of touristic offers surrounded with beautiful green coast and possibilities of gaining many nautical experience

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