The moment you step outside Split Airport and feel the breeze of the Adriatic Coast, you will feel as if you’ve stepped onto another planet. Croatia’s second-largest city is a magical place filled with an abundance of historic sites to visit, but more importantly, it serves as a gateway to one of Europe’s most idyllic coastlines. With plenty of islands, beaches, coves and national parks to explore, there’s nothing better than a boat hire in Split! When planning your Croatian coastal adventure, consider exploring the Dalmatian islands by renting a boat in Split and then continuing your nautical journey with a yacht charter in Trogir, creating an unforgettable maritime experience. When planning your Croatian coastal adventure, consider exploring the Dalmatian islands by renting a boat in Split and then continuing your nautical journey with a yacht charter in Trogir, creating an unforgettable maritime experience. Hire a boat with Click&Boat to have the sailing experience of a lifetime!
Sailboat Minimum capacity 2 and maximum capacity 10
Motorboat Minimum capacity 2 and maximum capacity 11
RIB Minimum capacity 2 and maximum capacity 13
Catamaran Minimum capacity 2 and maximum capacity 12
Gulet Minimum capacity 2 and maximum capacity 16
Yacht Minimum capacity and maximum capacity 38
Sailboat Minimum cabin space 2 and maximum cabin space 4
Motorboat This type of boat does not come with cabins
RIB This type of boat does not come with cabins
Catamaran Minimum cabin space 2 and maximum cabin space 6
Gulet Minimum cabin space 2 and maximum cabin space 8
Yacht Minimum cabin space and maximum cabin space 18
The price for a private yacht charter in Split depends on various factors, such as the type of boat, the season and the duration of your trip. For instance, if you book a day yacht charter in Split, Croatia, the price will be lower than for a week. The price also depends on any other extras that you may require such as watersport equipment and whether you require a skipper or crew.
Below are the average prices for boat hire in Split
Sailboat Prices start at £72 per day and £971 per week
Motorboat Prices start at £106 per day and £1,077 per week
RIB Prices start at £265 per day and £2,270 per week
Catamaran Prices start at £316 per day and £8,275 per week
Gulet Prices start at £912 per day and £12,127 per week
Yacht Prices start at £1,088 per day and £11,964 per week
Click&Boat offers the flexibility of hiring boats with or without a skipper or crew. To ensure a hassle-free rental experience, we highly recommend that you inquire with the boat owner about any extras, like fuel and water sports, that may be included in the package.
The warm climate in the summer months and the mild temperatures at the end of the year make Split an ideal destination to charter a yacht. July and August are the months when the sun shines the most, but due to the increase in popularity of the city, we recommend a boat hire in Split in May and June, or in September and October. At this time of year, temperatures are still high, but there are fewer crowds meaning that you can get a more authentic experience. Either way, sailing in Croatia is magical all year round.
With rental in Split, there are various ports and marinas where you can hire from. The nearest ports and marinas in Split, include Marina Split and ACI Marina Split. Marina Split, located in the heart of the city, offers excellent facilities such as berths for boats of various sizes, a fuel station, showers, restaurants, and shops. It provides easy access to the vibrant city centre with its historical attractions and lively nightlife. ACI Marina Split, situated on the eastern coast of the Split peninsula, is known for its picturesque surroundings and tranquillity. It offers modern amenities like berths, water and electricity connections, Wi-Fi, a restaurant, and a grocery store. The nearest airport, Split Airport (SPU), is approximately 25 kilometres away, ensuring convenient transportation for travellers.
There is a wide range of things to see and do with your private boat hire in Split. From the city, you can set sail with your chartered yacht to a plethora of beautiful islands. Below, you can find your dream yacht charter itinerary from Split, Croatia:
Brač - the largest island in Dalmatian Coast and the third-largest in the entire Adriatic Sea. It is well known for its limestones and its delicious locally-produced olive oils and wines. Brac island is also home to the idyllic Zlatni Rat beach, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia. The beach can get busy during the summer period, but thanks to your boat hire, you can enjoy the crystal-clear waters while being onboard. When you book your Split, Croatia yacht, a day charter will be enough to discover this island as Brac is very close to the city.
Vis - for many years, this island was completely untouched by tourists. It may only be 18 nautical miles further down the coast, but this island’s strategic location meant that it was used for a long time as a military base. Vis is home to pristine beaches, hidden coves, lush forests and many historic villages with an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere.
Korcula - with stunning natural landscapes, scenic villages and sandy beaches, the island of Korcula is a must with your yacht charter. The island capital is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean and is supposedly the place where the famous explorer Marco Polo (1254-1324) was born. In one of the many eateries in Korcula, you can try some fresh seafood, while enjoying a glass of local wine. It’s important to note that Korcula doesn’t have a very developed infrastructure compared to its neighbouring islands. To access this island and take advantage of its coves, we recommend booking a small yacht charter from Split, Croatia.
Hvar - another must for your Croatian boat hire. The journey between Korcula and Hvar is considered to be one of the most beautiful sailing routes in the entire Adriatic Sea and is a perfect way to start visiting this island. Hvar is known for its wine and lavender fields, and more recently for its eclectic nightlife. It’s less crowded than other party islands like Ibiza or Mykonos, but it still offers a wide range of places to fit everyone’s taste. Two of the most famous bars are Carpe Diem and Hula Hula.
When you rent a boat in Split, you have the option of hiring a boat with or without a skipper. Having a skipper on board ensures safety and security, especially for those with limited experience. They take responsibility for navigation, anchoring, and docking, so you don't have to worry about anything going wrong. However, if you decide to sail without a skipper, you can explore the area at your own pace, and discover hidden gems that may not be on a typical skipper's route.
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