With a mix of Roman and Venetian historic ruins, Zadar is a city rich in history and culture. The city of Zadar is the perfect starting point for cruising around on a boat. It is a fortified peninsula nestled away in the northern part of the Dalmatian coast this area is a little bit more quiet with less tourist crowds. There are three national parks, great restaurants, stunning old city walls, Romanesque churches (and the Roman forum), and festivals by the sea in the summer. Perfectly located on the Croatian coast, charter a yacht and explore some of the many surrounding islands, famously beautiful and perfect for a day trip.
Click&Boat have boats to rent in Zadar for every kind of budget. From sailboats and yachts to motorboats and RIBs, find something for your budget with Click&Boat through a free personal adviser who will provide you with a free quotation. You can rent a sailboat from £ 100 / day. If you want to have a longer sailing holiday then you can charter a boat from £ 1200 / week up to £ 60,000 for luxury, and exclusive yacht charter.
The city of Zadar is the perfect starting point or stopover for a cruise on board a sailing boat. The city of Zadar is a fortified peninsula surrounded on three sides by the Adriatic Sea. Its location makes it a perfect stopover for cruises on charter boats, before continuing your journey to Split and the Croatian islands.
The city of Zadar has a beautiful city centre, which would have been equal to Dubrovnik if it hadn't been for the bombings of World War II. You will love strolling through the narrow streets of the old town and discovering the Roman Forum, the Romanesque Church of St. Donatus, and exploring the Baroque treasures the city has to offer. Strolling through the market of Zadar, emblematic of Dalmatia, will make you lose track of time, and will take you to an almost unreal atmosphere, where you can taste the famous Pag cheese, sage honey, or Maraschino, a sour cherry liqueur.
Visiting Zadar, you will fall under the spell of its intense cultural richness and the mark of many civilisations in its cobbled streets as you stroll through the Cathedral of Saint Anastasia, the Square of the Five Wells and of course the Marine Organs. Indeed, Zadar's numerous cultural events make it a terribly lively city, making it all the more pleasant and making it a charming and very dynamic holiday resort.
You can then rent a motorboat to venture out to the surrounding islands for a day or a longer stay and enjoy the beauty of the multitude of surrounding islands. You can also rent a sailboat and start your cruise in Zadar, giving you the choice of the route: go north and discover the islands of Krk, Cres or Losinj, or sail south and adventure to the islands of Brac, Vis, Hvar and discover Split and Dubrovnik. Sailing in Croatia is a beautiful destination for families and friends, and Zadar is as much a perfect starting port as it is a surprising and very pleasant stopover. We therefore recommend that you pass through Zadar during your cruise and enjoy a stroll along the shore at sunset.
The best time to visit Zadar, Croatia is between June and Spetember due to the low rainfall and hot summer sun. The average sea temperature is at its highest then for those wanting to dive off their yacht charter into the beautiful Croatian waters. During the mid-season, May and October, you will find cooler weather but much quieter streets as there are not as many tourists. Boat renters can also benefit from lower prices during the mid-season compared to the high season. Finding the right time for your visit to Zadar Croatia means finding the right compromise between good weather, not too busy and the right price.
Yacht charters in Zadar Croatia vary considerably in boat type, length of time and price of the charter. For those who have a sailing license, bareboat charters are available and for those who don't then you can hire a yacht that comes with a skipper and even a crew. It is completely normal to hire a boat through Click&Boat that includes a captain to tour you through the waters and lots of our listings include added or optional extras too. From snorkelling and diving equipment to jet-skis and wakeboards.
In Zadar, privately owned boats are available for hire. See other boats in the area.