Hire a boat in Croatia

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Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 50 14.57m (2020)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper
 1

From £377 per day

Lucia 40 - 3 cab (2019)

Croatia
8
With or without a skipper
 1 · Super owner

From £389 per day

Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 38.1 11.13m (2018)

Croatia
8
With or without a skipper
 1

From £170 per day

Beneteau Oceanis 323 Clipper in Marina Kornati (2004)

Croatia
6
With or without a skipper
 4 · Super owner

From £117 per day

Lagoon 42 (2019)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper

From £176 per day

Catamaran LAGOON LAGOON 42 12.8m (2018)

Croatia
12
Without captain
 1 · Super owner

From £248 per day

Sail on Bavaria 56 Cruiser "Baby Blue 2" through Croatia (2015)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper
 1 · Super owner

From £301 per day

Bavaria 39 Cruiser "Vana" is waiting for you in Split (2006)

Croatia
7
With or without a skipper
 3 · Super owner

From £124 per day

Lagoon 42 (2018)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper

From £176 per day

NEW Lagoon 40 (2019)

Croatia
8
With or without a skipper

From £150 per day

Sailboat Hanse Hanse 455 13.95m (2018)

Croatia
10
With or without a skipper

From £166 per day

Sailboat DD D&D Kufner 50 15.2m (2020)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper
 1

From £242 per day

Catamaran Catana Bali 4.6 - 5 + 2 cab. 14.28m (2022)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper

From £364 per day

Lagoon 42 (2018)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper

From £176 per day

"Summer wind" Bavaria 37 Cruiser takes you around South Croatia (2015)

Croatia
8
With or without a skipper
 2

From £126 per day

Sun Odyssey 440 (2018)

Croatia
8
With or without a skipper

From £119 per day

Lagoon 40 (2018)

Croatia
12
With or without a skipper

From £150 per day

Lagoon 40 (2019)

Croatia
8
With or without a skipper

From £150 per day

Boat Hire in Croatia with Click&Boat

With its sandy beaches, grandiose parks, and clear sea, it’s no wonder that Croatia has become one of Europe’s top tourist destinations for a boat hire. Whether you want to visit for a weekend, a week, or longer, we know that you will have an unforgettable experience.

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

There are many factors that dictate the overall price of your boat hire in Croatia such as the type of boat, its size, the duration of your trip, and the seasonality. In addition, any extras such as a skipper and/or crew will increase the price of your charter. Below is a list of the average prices by boat type.

Sailboat

£1,262 per week in low season

£3,258 per week in high season

Motorboat

£179 per day in low season

£286 per day in high season

RIB

£156 per day in low season

£259 per day in high season

Catamaran

£2,129 per week in low season

£5,704 per week in high season

Jet Ski

£330 per day

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

Depending on the region and its season, Croatia offers its visitors a range of climatic conditions. For example, the centre and north such as Mount Sljeme and Platak can be very cold during the winter, with strong winds and heavy snow.

In contrast, the Dalmatian coast, the most popular location for a boat hire, offers a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters! During June, July, and August, the temperature can reach around 30 degrees Celsius and the sun shines for most of the day.

What type of boat should I hire?

It can be difficult to decide what kind of boat to hire for your holiday. Thankfully, Click&Boat has search filters to help narrow your choices and make the decision easier. Typically, customers opt for RIBs and motorboats for shorter stays or smaller parties. This is because these boats are straightforward to manoeuvre and usually have space for sunbathing onboard. However, if you are with a larger group of people and require many cabins for overnight stays, then people typically prefer to charter sailboats and catamarans for the true sailing experience. Ultimately, the choice is yours to decide how you wish to spend your holiday!

Should I hire a boat with or without a skipper?

It is possible to charter a boat in Croatia without a skipper as long as you meet the legal requirements and the boat owner allows you to. This being said, many people choose to hire a skipper onboard their boat hire, even if they can navigate on their own. A professional skipper can take care of all the technical aspects of navigating such as sailing, docking, and anchoring. This way, you and your party can focus on relaxing and making the most of your boating holiday. Moreover, a skipper will have knowledge of the local area, so they can take you to less crowded areas that tourists don’t usually know about.

What to do in Croatia

No matter who you’re travelling with, a boat charter in Croatia will leave a lasting impression. You can cruise along the mainland coastal regions or head to surrounding islands such as Bisevo, Vis, Budinovak, Hvar, and Stiniva. Going from spot to spot is the best way to get to know the wonderful country and the unique flavour that every city has to offer.

Split

If you don’t know where to go on your trip to Croatia, we recommend starting in Split, the country’s second-largest city. This is a perfect location to begin your journey because it is scattered with beaches that are only accessible by sea. Moreover, you can go beyond the shore and head to stunning nearby islands such as Brac, Hvar, Lestovo, Trogir, and Vis. The collection of natural beauty that surrounds each of these destinations is well worth a visit.

Dubrovnik

The next recommendation is to head to Dubrovnik. This city is located on the southern coast of Croatia and opens up endless possibilities for sailing in the Adriatic Sea. In fact, the city is known as the “pearl of the Adriatic” for its beauty and proximity to other beautiful locations. Thanks to its old town, the city of Dubrovnik itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can soak up the glorious Croatian sun on the beaches during the day and walk the historic streets of the town at night. If the shores get too crowded, you can escape into the stunning islands of Lokrum or Otočić Grebeni.

Zadar

Our third recommendation is the fortified peninsula of Zadar. Because it is the oldest continuously inhabited city in Croatia, this city is surrounded by history and culture like no other. As soon as you disembark from your boat hire, you will witness the combination of medieval Roman architecture with a renovated modern twist. You can also go to the beautiful national parks such as Plitvice and Krka. Both of these are home to some of the most beautiful hiking trails and waterfalls in the world- a must-see for all adventurers! Of course, if all you seek is beach and sea, you can snorkel and scuba dive in the aquamarine waters of the Adriatic Sea. Some of our favourite islands to visit are Krk, Cres, and Pag!

Nearby destinations to visit with your boat hire

Located in the heart of the Adriatic Sea, there are so many places to explore on your boat hire in Croatia. If you have the time, you can explore some of the surrounding coastlines in the Mediterranean such as Italy, Montenegro, Albania, and even Greece!

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