Hire a boat in Trogir

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Sailboat Elan Marine Elan Impression 45.1 13.85m (2022)

Trogir
10
With or without a skipper

From £190 per day

Bavaria 33 Cruiser - Kate (2007)

Trogir
6
With or without a skipper
 2

From £125 per day

NEW Jeanneau Cap Camarat 6.5 cc (2019)

Trogir
10
Without captain
 6 · Super owner

From £193 per day

New 2017, Quicksilver 505 Activ (2017)

Trogir
5
Without captain
 2

From £114 per day

Bavaria 36 Cruiser for your adriatic experience (2007)

Trogir
6
With or without a skipper
 1

From £125 per day

Sailboat Dufour Yachts Dufour 412 GL 12.7m (2021)

Trogir
8
Without captain
Super owner

From £132 per day

NOVAMARES XTREM 25 (2023)

Trogir
12
With or without a skipper
 5 · Super owner

From £307 per day

Commander 555 (2009)

Trogir
6
Without captain
 2 · Super owner

From £144 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 10.34m (2022)

Trogir
6
Without captain

From £116 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 389 11.75m (2017)

Trogir
6
Without captain

From £157 per day

Private tour Three Island (Trogir - Blue Lagoon - Solta) Quicksilver 555 (2010)

Trogir
6
With or without a skipper
 1

From £123 per day

Jeanneau 7.5 Cap Camarat (2015)

Trogir
9
With or without a skipper
 3

From £219 per day

Sailboat JEANNEAU Sun Odyssey 379 11.34m (2012)

Trogir
6
Without captain

From £105 per day

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Sailboat Dufour Dufour 460 14.15m (2021)

Trogir
12
Without captain

From £313 per day

Beneteau Flyer 6.6 Spacedeck (2016)

Trogir
8
With or without a skipper
 1 · Super owner

From £211 per day

Discount offer

Sailboat BAVARIA CRUISER 46 14.27m (2016)

Trogir
9
Without captain

From £339 per day

Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 440 13m (2023)

Trogir
10
With or without a skipper

From £250 per day

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Sailboat Elan Elan 40 Impression 11.9m (2018)

Trogir
8
Without captain

From £213 per day

Boat hire in Trogir with Click&Boat 

A boat hire in Trogir is the best solution for a relaxing vacation in Croatia. You can visit various great cities during the day and in the afternoon or another day you can take your boat, discover the Adriatic Sea and enjoy the peace and seclusion. Click&Boat offers boat rentals between boat owners and renters worldwide, meaning we have plenty of boats to offer you in Trogir. You can choose between different types of boats, such as motorboats, sailingboats, catamarans or even houseboats- what ever suits your needs! 

 Even boating newbies will find what they are looking for with Click&Boat, as many boats are available for rent with a skipper. All you need to do is register on our website and contact all boat owners whom you like the rent a boat from. An added plus? Use of internal messaging system so that you can chat with the boat owner to clarify all questions and plans you may have.

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

  • A sailboat charter in Trogir, Croatia costs between £110/day and £430/day. For a week long vacation, you should budget between £845/week and £2,070/week.
  • The price for daily motorboat rentals in Trogir are between £65/day and £215/day. If you are interested in weekly motorboat rentals, expect to pay between £350/week and £1,040/week. 
  • Catamaran charters in Trogir cost between £255/day and £430/day with Click&Boat. For a weekly charter, expect to pay between £1,480/week and £2,245/week. 
  • In Trogir, rent a motor yacht starting at £320/day, and for longer charters, typical costs are between £2,245/week and £5,180/week. 

Discovering the city of Trogir

Trogir is a port city in Croatia that is located in the Dalmatia region. The closest major city to Trogir is Split, about 27 km away. There is also an airport in Split, which you can fly to from many major airports in Europe. Trogir is a particularly beautiful town in Croatia with the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic buildings in all of Europe. It is often used only as an excursion destination. But don't forget to start your boat hire in Trogir! The city harbor offers excellent conditions. The old town, which is since the late 90s part, of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, includes several residential buildings, the city wall, a castle, a tower and several churches.

It is thanks to the Romans that you can only reach the old city center via a bridge or by boat. They separated the city center from the mainland by a canal. So a leisurely stroll through Trogir is a great way to really admire the city. Thus, along the way, there is also a lot to discover and admire everywhere. A subsequent stop at one of the many nice cafes that line the route is a good end to a day in town. The numerous restaurants offer excellent Mediterranean cuisine and excellent wines. In addition, Trogir attracts with beautiful city beaches such as Medena or Pantan and the fabulous beaches and bays of the offshore island of Ciovo.

If you are also looking to relax in nature, then you should consider a boat charter in Trogir. Since the city is located directly on the Adriatic Sea, you can sail out to sea from the port in Trogir and enjoy the Croatian sun on the open sea, secluded from all tourists. In addition, you can make a side trip to Split and also visit this beautiful Croatian city. 

What is there to see in and around Trogir?

The old town of Trogir happens to be also named "Museum Island". Its history dates back to the Greeks. Quite significant is the John Paul II Square, where the most important buildings of Trogir gather, as well as the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Church of St. Barbara, the Cipiko Palace and the impressive bell tower of St. Sebastian. The bell tower's big clock is quite impressive, which was built between the 14th and 15th century. The Kamerlengo Fortress is located to the south of the picturesque waterfront and can be visited daily from 9:00 am. It was also built in the 15th century. 

The island of Ciovo has already been mentioned. It is often seen as a suburb of Trogir. The island's 6000 inhabitants are well spread all over the island. If you hire a boat in Trogir, it is a good idea to explore Ciovo during a day trip and admire the beautiful beaches, bays and coasts from the water. They invite you to swim and snorkel. Among the sights of Ciovo is the pilgrimage church Prizidnica and according to history was built in the rock by several priests. Those looking for some relaxation can refresh and sunbathe on Slatine beach.

Split is of course also one of those places, which one should not miss during a vacation in Trogir. Especially with a boat charter in Trogir, this destination is a nice opportunity to drop anchor and enjoy the beautiful environment. This historic city is the second largest city in Croatia after the capital Zagreb and is surrounded by mountains on a peninsula. Particularly worth seeing here is the Palace of Diocletian which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. A lively city center and a beautiful waterfront attract numerous tourists every year. Delicious Dalmatian specialties await you here. Freshly caught fish, lobster and other seafood are on the menus of many traditional restaurants. And a can't miss beach in Split is Bacvice. 

Another city that is easily accessible during your boat rental from Trogir is Makarska. The town is located a bit more south of Spilt and is just as picturesque. A beautiful waterfront promenade and the town square Kacic form the center of the town. Small alleys, stately buildings and museums offer the vacationer plenty to visit. Fine small pebble beaches slope gently into the crystal clear water, offering plenty of swimming fun for the whole family. In the summer months you can experience live music on the waterfront and all year round the local restaurants spoil their visitors.   

If you are also looking for some relaxation in nature, then you should consider a yacht charter in Trogir. Since the city is located directly on the Adriatic Sea, you can sail out to sea from the port in Trogir and enjoy the Croatian sun on the open sea, secluded from all tourists. In addition, you can make a side trip to Split and also visit this beautiful Croatian city. 

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Toni
23 de jul de 2020
One of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It is small so you can walk around it in 15min, but it’s so full of history that every rock has it’s own story. A must see!
Toni
27 de dic de 2019
One of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Such a small place with so much history on every step you make. Surrounded by the sea and high city walls, this 3rd century BC fort-like city will take your breath away. That one place where everybody knows your name, but you've just got there. It makes you feel like at home!
Tim
27 de sep de 2018
Outstanding friendly town - A world Heritage Site that deserves a visit. Lots of great eateries and bars. From a boating perspective modern marinas and facilities - all delivered efficiently - lots of help for the leads experienced and good value. So many boating opportunities it’s difficult - However the Blue Lagoon is a good start to a day out and the beaches of Brach are excellent
Mario
14 de ago de 2018
Trogir is a beautiful small historic town, perfect for boating lovers and sightseeing. Nearby islands like Drvenik Veli, Drvenik Mali and Solta islands are amazing for boating lovers. Solinska bay, located just behind the famous Blue Lagoon is perfect location for swimming and snorkeling. Maslinica town, which is only 30 minutes away from Trogir by boat is perfect relaxing destination to have some coffee.