The more southern area of Croatia is called Dalmatia and here you will find the wonderful destination of Zadar. Zadar is a harbour town in the northernmost part of the Dalmatia region. Until the end of the 18th century, Zadar was a fortified town with a large harbour and four magnificent gates. The old town of Zadar is located on a peninsula that cuts out into the sea, separated from the newer parts of the town. A visit to the city is very worthwhile, as it is like a visit to an open-air museum. You can stroll through the small streets next to many old buildings whose history goes back up to 3000 years and take in the hustle and bustle of the city. Small cafés and local restaurants add to the holiday atmosphere of the city. With numerous excursion destinations nearby, it is worth renting a motorboat in Zadar and approaching them from the water. Whether for a day trip to escape the crowds or for a longer period of time.
Prices of a motorboat in Zadar:
One day: You can rent a motorboat in Zadar between £80 and £200 per day.
A week: A motorboat for a week in Zadar costs between £750 and £1300.
Prices of a motor yacht in Zadar:
One day: A motor yacht in Zadar costs between £180 and £500 a day.
A week: A week on a motor yacht in Zadar costs between £1300 and £4300.
What is there to discover in Zadar?
Visit Sukosan Bay. Its impressive marina is sheltered and offers mooring for 1200 boats in the sea and 600 boats on land. But the wonderful beaches of the area also attract numerous tourists every year. The beach of Dječji raj is ideal for a family with small children. It slopes very gently into the water and offers a good opportunity to go slowly into the sea and let off steam. Small restaurants and cafes provide proper catering for bathers. In addition to pizzerias, there are wonderful restaurants offering fish dishes and local specialities. The town of Sukosan itself also has a lot to offer and is certainly worth a visit.
Opposite Zadar is the island of Ugljan. Together they form one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia. Compared to the rest of the Croatian islands, it is relatively densely populated. Especially in the north-east of the island, there are several smaller towns, one after the other. Ugljan offers a good mix of Mediterranean nature, historical cultural heritage and traditional and modern entertainment. Many locals have their holiday domicile here. As the side facing the mainland is the most densely populated, the rest of the island can benefit from untouched nature. So why not rent a boat in Zadar and explore the island?
Osljak is a small island about 6 km from Zadar. Car traffic is prohibited on this island. The locals are almost exclusively from a family whose history goes back about 300 years. Around the island you can discover fabulous bathing bays where you can enjoy a wonderful day on the boat, beach and water. Dive into the underwater world of Croatia and experience a day trip for the whole family. The island forms a small hill. It is also worth hiking to the top of the island. From here you have a wonderful view of the Kornati islands.
Biograd na Moru lies a little further south in the Dalmatian region. During the 11th century, the town was considered the headquarters and coronation site of the Croatian kings. The town centre with the former town walls is situated on a peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. Today, however, the city walls are not so well preserved and are quite dilapidated. Today the city is a centre for tourism and yachtsmen. It is surrounded by great marinas and a picturesque waterfront. Both offer a wonderful view of the Pasman Channel and small islands. In front of the town in the Adriatic Sea are the Kornati Islands and not far away is the Kornati National Park. Chartering a motorboat in Zadar gives you the opportunity to sail through the Kornati National Park. Enjoy the trip through the strait and moor in small untouched bays and dive into the colourful underwater world. Picnic on one of the beaches and enjoy your day with family and friends.
If you have now also caught the travel bug and would like to travel from Zadar to Biograd with a motorboat, then you will find a large selection of boat rentals that meet this demand on Click & Boat on the platform. However, you can also rent a boat in other regions of Croatia. Click&Boat has offers worldwide and you can choose between houseboats, sailing yachts, motor boats, catamarans and RIBs. You can also rent a boat here without a boat licence and driving licence, as many of the boats are available with a skipper.
Renting a motorboat in Zadar brings freedom and independence to your holiday. You can sail from the city to various Croatian islands or stop off on the mainland and admire the countryside through many towns and cities. Hoist the sails and sail out into the Adriatic Sea.
The nearest major ports around Zadar:
On average, you can expect to pay around £335 per day for a motorboat charter in Zadar, Croatia. The prices for hiring a motorboat are contingent on factors such as the season, the year the boat was made, and the boat equipment. Depending on these factors, daily prices range from £54 and £11,250.
The cost of a skipper varies depending on the destination and the boat owner. In Zadar, Croatia, the average price is around £121 per day.
There are 70 motorboats in Zadar, Croatia that you can hire without a license. Many boats also offer the option to hire a skipper.
The most popular motorboat brands in Zadar, Croatia are Pacific Craft and Dufour.
The average motorboat in Zadar, Croatia is 8 meters long. The smallest boat is 2 m long, while the longest motorboat measures 32 m.
In Zadar, privately owned motorboat(s) are available for hire. See other motorboat(s) in the area
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