Hire a boat in Split

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+100 boats available

Viko s22 (2015)

Split
4
Without skipper
 15  · Super owner

From £64 per day

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

Split
4
With or without a skipper
 15  · Super owner

From £83 per day

Beautiful Lagoon 39 in Split / Rent a catamaran with or without skipper (2014)

Split
12
With or without a skipper
 2

From £384 per day

Discount offer

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

Split
12
With or without a skipper
 3

From £430 per day

Discount offer

Karnic 2251 Open - Yamaha 200 HP (2015)

Split
7
With or without a skipper
 24  · Super owner

From £134 per day

Quickiver Activ 555 Open (2018)

Split
6
Without skipper
 34  · Super owner

From £161 per day

Rodman Muse 54 (2008)

Split
7
With or without a skipper
Super owner

From £1,175 per day

Daily sailing tours / short cruises (2012)

Split
5
With skipper
 19  · Super owner

From £378 per day

JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 40 Sailing Yacht (2001)

Split
8
With skipper
 19

From £175 per day

Enjoy sailing on the Lagoon 42 Leggiero from 2017 starting from Split (2017)

Split
12
With or without a skipper
 2

From £384 per day

Discount offer

Amazing Lagoon 40 available for charter from Split with or without skipper (2019)

Split
12
With or without a skipper
 1

From £460 per day

Sail beautiful Beneteau First 21.7 from sunny Split (2007)

Split
4
With or without a skipper
 12  · Super owner

From £86 per day

Discount offer

Elan 40 Impression / Rent a sailboat from Split with or without a skipper (2016)

Split
8
With or without a skipper
 3

From £185 per day

Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795 (2017)

Split
9
Without skipper
 26  · Super owner

From £286 per day

Bavaria 46 Cruiser (2008)

Split
6
With skipper
 12  · Super owner

From £179 per day

Discount offer

ELAN 45 Impression / Charter with or without skipper from Split (2016)

Split
10
With or without a skipper
 1

From £280 per day

New BAVARIA 41 Lory (2017)

Split
8
Without skipper
 1

From £205 per day

Oceanis 35.1 (2018)

Split
8
With or without a skipper
 1

From £194 per day

Hire a boat in Split with Click&Boat

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! Hire a boat with Click&Boat to discover all of the hidden gems!

Where to sail in Split?

Split, Croatia is the perfect starting point for your sailing holiday. Before heading out into the open waters, we highly recommend spending a few days in this city to discover all of the sites. The Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to architecture which is reminiscent of the Roman, Venetian, Austrian, French, Italian and Yugoslav rule.

Once you pick up your boat hire, it is time to venture out and discover the stunning Dalmatian coast. Our favourites include the islands of Brač, Vis, Korcula and Hvar. 

How much is it to charter a yacht in Split?

The price of a yacht charter in Split depends on various factors, such as the type of boat, the season, the duration of your trip, the number of people you’ll be travelling with, as well as any other extras which you may require.

It is possible to have a bareboat rental in Split or to opt for a captain onboard. With a bareboat yacht charter, you will be able to discover the Adriatic Sea as much as you please, enjoying complete freedom in the open waters. On the other hand, if you would rather enjoy your holiday hands-free, a skippered rental would allow you to sit back, relax and be guided to all of the beautiful destinations. A skipper will also be able to take you to places that are off-the-beaten-track. There are, after all, 79 islands along the coast and more than 500 islets to discover.

For a sailboat charter, it can cost an average of £200/day in the low season and £300 in the high season. If you’re interested in hiring a motorboat, prices range on average at £200/day in the low season and £250/day in the summer months. For a smoother ride along the coast, you can also opt for a catamaran. Catamarans cost an average of £700/day in the low season and £800/day in the peak season. If you’re up for a thrill, we also have various jet skis available near Split. Prices range on average at £250/day in the low season and £300/day in the high season.

Watersports is big in Croatia. Whether you are an expert or you just fancy trying something new, many owners on our platform offer watersport equipment, which you can hire along with your yacht as an extra. Snorkelling, scuba diving, paddleboarding… you name it, and we’ll make your holiday one to remember!

The harbours in Split

The biggest harbour is ACI Marina Split, and this is also where the vast majority of Click&Boat owners keep their boats. However, there are also plenty of other boats to choose from in other marinas, such as those in Trogir, Zenta and Spinut.

What is there to see in Split?

There is a wide range of things to see and do with your boat hire in Split. From the city, you can set sail with your chartered yacht to a plethora of beautiful islands. Our favourites include:

  • Brač - the largest island in Dalmatia and the third-largest in the entire Adriatic Sea. Brač is well known for its limestones and its delicious locally-produced olive oils and wines. The 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

What is the best time to go to Split?

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.

Boat hire destinations near Split

In Split, privately owned boats are available for hire. See other boats in the area.

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Loïck
30 de sep de 2020
Perfect harbor, easy to get in and out, beautiful sea full of islands and... dolphins!
Marko i Katja
25 de jul de 2020
Split is small town , located on the Dalmatian coast in Croatia. It is a vibrant port city well-known for its ancient center, beautiful architecture, and exquisite cuisine.
Tracey
29 de oct de 2018
Split and the surrounding areas are truly amazing! We highly recommend staying within the Diocletian Palace walls for a few days to really get the feel of Split. Parking can be a challenge but your contact where you are staying will have ideas. A trip to Hvar is worth the time. Visit as many islands as you can.
Nathalie
1 de oct de 2018
In Split you have a good starting point to both Trogir, as well as the nearby islands. The islands are so close to the coast that you can even reach two or three islands with a fast motorboat whitin a day. You have many possibilities to plan your route in this area.