Rent a boat in Krk at the best price

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+100 boats available

OKIBOATS 357 KK (2015)

Krk
6
With or without a captain
 20 · Super owner

From $279 per day

Merry Fisher 795 (2017)

Krk
8
With or without a captain
 23 · Super owner

From $489 per day

Marlin 24 X FB (2019)

Krk
12
With or without a captain
 5 · Super owner

From $512 per day

ZAR 53 open (2005)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
 2 · Super owner

From $233 per day

Motorboat Atlantic Marine Atlantic 750 open 250hp (2018)

Krk
12
With or without a captain
 10 · Super owner

From $489 per day

Molinari 510 (2009)

Krk
4
With or without a captain
 7 · Super owner

From $159 per day

Atlantic 690 (2019)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
 7 · Super owner

From $419 per day

Motorboat Admiral Boats Open 660 WM 200hp (2016)

Krk
8
With or without a captain
 11 · Super owner

From $384 per day

Motorboat Quicksilver Activ 535 Open 100hp (2016)

Krk
6
With or without a captain
 4 · Super owner

From $180 per day

RANCRAFT RS5 (2022)

Krk
6
With or without a captain
 4 · Super owner

From $243 per day

Atlantic (2021)

Krk
10
With or without a captain
 1 · Super owner

From $384 per day

Prince Sundeck 625 (2020)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
 1 · Super owner

From $326 per day

REGAL 2000 (2009)

Krk
6
With or without a captain
 4 · Super owner

From $326 per day

Oki Barracuda 585 (2017)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
 5 · Super owner

From $303 per day

Atlantic 730 (2018)

Krk
9
With or without a captain
 5 · Super owner

From $489 per day

Sessa Marine Key Largo 17 (2009)

Krk
5
With or without a captain
 8 · Super owner

From $159 per day

Marinello 19 (2019)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
 3 · Super owner

From $279 per day

Quicksilver Activ 605 Open (2018)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
 1 · Super owner

From $326 per day

Boat Rental in Krk with Click&Boat 

Krk is one of the largest islands in the Adriatic Sea and belongs to Croatia. The island is connected to the mainland by a bridge since the 80s. The landscape of Krk is characterized by two lakes and several rivers. There are also several caves around the island and the cliffs are used as breeding grounds for various birds. The island is a wine region and a popular tourist destination. 

Due to Krk's close proximity to mainland Croatia, this island makes for a perfect destination for a boat rental. Thus, vacationers can visit one of the most popular Croatian islands as well as the mainland of Croatia. For example, set sail for the day to Pula, nearby. However, other islands, such as Rab or Cres, are not far away either. Thus, you can take a boat from Krk and tour on the Adriatic Sea, with or without a skipper. So what are you waiting for? Book your boat rental in Krk today!

How much does it cost to rent a boat in krk, Croatia? 

  • The average price for a motorboat rental in Krk is $85/day, however, costs may vary between $85/day and $360/day depending on your needs.
  • Prices for a sailboat charter in Krk range from $120/day to $600/day. And for weekly sailboat rentals, expect to pay between $840/week and $3,600/week, depending on the length, number of cabins, etc... of the sailboat. 
  • Expect to pay between $720/day and $1,440/day for a catamaran charter in Krk, again depending on size, age, and model of the vessel. For a week on board a catamaran, typical costs are between $2,500/week and $10,200/week. 
  • A motor yacht rental in Krk, Croatia may cost between $420/day and $960/day depending on the model and number of cabins on board. For weekly rentals, you should expect prices between $3,000/week and $5,600/week on board a motor yacht.

Rent a motorboat on Krk

As the island of Krk is close to Croatia and has other neighboring islands,  this vacation destination is optimal to charter a motorboat in. You can tour the island on board a motorboat, and get to know it a bit more from a different perspective. However, trips to Rab, Pula or Cres are also recommended and as they aren't too far away. 

On Click&Boat you will find the right boat for every excursion. Click&Boat is the leading boat rental service for private and professional boat rentals. On the website you can choose between houseboats, sailboats, catamarans, motorboats, RIBs and jet skis- whatever best suits your vacation and your needs. When you rent a boat in Krk or anywhere else in Croatia, you get the opportunity to see much more of the vacation destination. With a motorboat you can either quickly travel between one of the islands or with a sailboat you can make longer trips around and between the Croatian islands in the Adriatic Sea. Hoist the sails and start making unforgettable moments at sea!

Discovering Krk

Start your own sailing trip around the Croatian islands and enjoy unforgettable moments! With a sailboat charter in Krk, you can first start by discovering the island of Krk. It is the northernmost island of the Adriatic Sea and the closest to reach for vacationers coming from the mainland and longing for a Mediterranean environment. Apart from well-protected bays for swimming fun, Krk also offers many opportunities to learn about Croatian cultural history. Such as Old churches, buildings such as the Frankopan fort from the 13th century.

Where to sail from Krk?

Krk is the optimal starting point for any sailing trip. You can reach the island toll-free via a bridge since June 2020. Or if you are flying in, the nearest airport is in Rijeka, which means that you can fly directly to the island. However, we suggest you to start your boat rental in Punta.

From here you can visit the small island Otok Plavnik on your way to Cres. Take the opportunity and anchor in one of the beautiful bays, which are usually quite secluded. Unfortunately, there are no moorings. However, if you venture a little closer to the island with a dinghy, a true snorkeling paradise opens up. On the southwest side of the small island is a grotto or "love cave" also known as the "blue cave." It is just below the sea surface and half washed with water. It is easily accessible for swimmers and snorkelers. After a short dark passage, you enter a light-flooded rock hall with a white beach. After this experience we recommend you to head for the next island, Cres and sail along its coast to the port town Mali Losinj. On your way you will sail past wonderful bays where you can anchor at will and admire the water color play between greenish, turquoise and crystal blue clear water.

The port town of Mali Losinj lets you return to civilization for a bit. A wonderful harbor promenade with colorful houses, great restaurants with freshly caught fish and a varied menu and a picturesque old town await you. So depending on how much time you have left on your boat rental in Krk, you can extend your trip further south or make a stopover at one of the small islands on your way back from Mali Losinj. On Lun, you can visit the olive gardens and also stop on the island of Rab on your way back to Punta. In which you can visit medieval towns and choose between 30 beaches.

Where else can I rent a boat in Croatia?

Of course, Krk is not the only place to rent a boat in Croatia. There are many ports that are suitable for a boat rental in Croatia. Here are some examples:

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