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+100 boats available

Viko s22 (2015)

Split
4
Without captain
 15 · Super owner

From $76 per day

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

Split
4
With or without a captain
 15 · Super owner

From $76 per day

Quickiver Activ 555 Open (2018)

Split
6
Without captain
 34 · Super owner

From $193 per day

Karnic 2251 Open - Yamaha 200 HP (2015)

Split
7
With or without a captain
 24 · Super owner

From $161 per day

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

Split
12
With or without a captain
 2

From $461 per day

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

Split
12
With or without a captain
 3

From $667 per day

Prestige 550 Fly (2014)

Split
7
With or without a captain
Super owner

From $1,765 per day

HAPPY3 (2004)

Split
6
Without captain

From $2,978 per day

Sail beautiful Beneteau First 21.7 from sunny Split (2007)

Split
4
With or without a captain
 12 · Super owner

From $80 per day

JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 40 Sailing Yacht (2001)

Split
8
With captain
 19

From $291 per day

Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795 (2017)

Split
9
Without captain
 26 · Super owner

From $322 per day

Quicksilver 675 Open- available in Trogir and Split (2017)

Split
8
With or without a captain
 22 · Super owner

From $214 per day

Special offer

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

Split
12
With or without a captain
 2

From $476 per day

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

Split
12
With or without a captain
 1

From $516 per day

Special offer

Oceanis 35.1 (2018)

Split
8
With or without a captain
 1

From $237 per day

Daily sailing tours / short cruises (2012)

Split
5
With captain
 19 · Super owner

From $454 per day

Gulet Custom Gulet 21m (2019)

Split
4
With captain

From $1,673 per day

Quicksilver 605 Activ Open (2013)

Split
7
With or without a captain
 19 · Super owner

From $161 per day

Boat Rental in Split with Click&Boat

Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and the capital of Dalmatia. It is often a stopover or starting point for tourists who decide to charter a yacht and sail around the nearby idyllic islands

You will find many great spots to stop off at along the coast of Split, with several beautiful beaches, including the central beach of Bačvice. From Split, you can charter a motorboat, a catamaran, or a sailboat to the islands of Brač and Hvar. There are many beautiful small coves or beaches such as Zlatni Rat to stop off and enjoy. If you want to cruise more to the south islands, Korčula is a must-see. Also the home of Marko Polo, this is a great island for active holidays lovers; Scuba diving, sailing, surfing, jet-skiing, swimming.

Another interesting yachting destination is Vodice, which is becoming very popular among young tourists. Although it is just a small village, the rich offer of restaurants with authentic food and a spectacular local festival, Vodička fešta makes Vodice one of the top destinations of the area. For a more cultural experience, you should charter a yacht and drop anchor at Šibenik or Trogir.

Apart from Split, Click&Boat also offers boats in other beautiful destinations in Croatia:

In which marinas can I find Click&Boat boats?

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

Where is it possible to sail from Split?

Brač

Close to Split is the unmissable island of Brač. Brač is the largest island in the Dalmatian region and the third-largest in the entire Adriatic Sea. The island is known for its agriculture and exquisite raw materials and delicious locally produced olive oils and wines.

But the most famous export item throughout Brač's history has always been limestone, from which many famous buildings are made. It is said that even the White House in Washington, DC, is made from limestone from here. Also on the island is the famous Zlatni Rat beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in all Croatia, which stretches along a 500-meter peninsula! However, the beach is extremely crowded during the summer months, so it is recommended to visit this particular beach during the low season, or enjoy your day at the beach from the deck of your own boat!

Vis

If you continue your sailing on the open sea, about 18 nautical miles further on you will reach the island of Vis. The island is a real jewel of the Adriatic Sea and for a long time was completely untouched by tourists, as its strategic location in the middle of the sea meant that the island functioned for a long time as a military base.

This means that this island is often seen as an alternative destination that goes beyond the usual shipping route, which makes it perfect for travelers looking for beautiful nature and relaxing experiences. In addition, some of Croatia's most exclusive wines are produced on the island, such as Plavac Mali and Vugava. So for wine fanatics, tasting is highly recommended!

The two largest towns on the island are Vis (yes, same name) and Komiza, which are located on opposite sides of the island. On the east side of the island is Vis, a coastal community which, despite the increase in tourism in recent years, has still managed to preserve its traditional Mediterranean atmosphere. The town of Vis also has one of the oldest town centers in Croatia, formed by the beautiful ruins of historic forts and amphitheaters.

If you choose to explore the west coast of the island instead, the town of Komiza is a good alternative. The coastal community is beautifully situated in a bay between the crystal clear sea and the slopes of Mount Hum. Komiza has been a fishing village since the 14th century and still has strong links with fishing. If you want to try a traditional seafood dish from the region, we recommend Konoba Barba and Konoba Bako.

Korcula

If you sail to the east of Vis, after a while you will reach the island of Korcula. Korcula is the perfect combination of beautiful natural landscapes, picturesque villages, and idyllic beaches. The largest town on the island, which bears the same name, is located on the west side.

Korcula town is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean and has a very rich history. Supposedly, this is where the explorer Marco Polo (1254-1324) was born. The old part of the city is known for its medieval buildings and is often called "Little Dubrovnik" because of its beautiful architecture.

A visit to Korcula is also not complete without tasting the local seafood. A stop at one of the region's vineyards is also an experience not to be missed!

Hvar

On the way back, a stop on the island of Hvar is, in principle, a must. The distance between Korcula and Hvar is 32 nautical miles and one of the most beautiful sailing routes in Croatia. As you approach Hvar, we recommend mooring your boat at Marina Palmizana, located on a small island just outside the town.

The marina is one of the most beautiful in Croatia and you can easily get from the tiny island to Hvar by a sea taxi that runs until 11 pm. If, on the other hand, you want total flexibility, it is of course also possible to dock directly in Hvar town's port.

Hvar is mainly known for three reasons: wine, lavender fields, and nightlife. Visit the vineyards and olive groves as the scent of lavender and rosemary awaken your senses. If you would like to explore Hvar's nightlife, the city has a great selection for that!

It's a less crowded town than more famous party destinations such as Ibiza and Ayia Napa, but still offers an amazing variety of people from all over the world and spectacular clubs to make it a dream destination for revelers. Two of the most famous bars are Carpe Diem and Hula Hula.

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Loïck
30 sept. 2020
Perfect harbor, easy to get in and out, beautiful sea full of islands and... dolphins!
Marko i Katja
25 juil. 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 oct. 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 oct. 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.