Dubrovnik is a real treasure of Croatia. It is a city very often associated with the word wonder. Dubrovnik is incomparable and remarkable, as if going from treasure to treasure and always finding new reasons for ecstasy. As a bonus, its position in the south of Dalmatia is a definite advantage for renting a catamaran in Croatia and sailing to the other Croatian islands that are often not mentioned in tourist guides.
A gentle and beautiful frenzy seizes the visitors entering this Mecca of Croatian tourism via the ACI marina Dubrovnik. It will become the starting point for your catamaran charter in Dubrovnik. Cultural emulation is a key principle in this medieval city, which is covered with architectural gems (Dubrovnik's old town, the walls of Dubrovnik, Pile Gate, Onofrio fountain, Rector's Palace, the Franciscan and Dominican monasteries, Sponza Palace, the Assumption Cathedral...), cultural events and pink tiled houses donated by Toulouse after the Second World War. After only a few hours, the word beauty is on everyone's lips.
Click&Boat offers a variety of catamarans in Dubrovnik, for every kind of budget! For those who would like help in choosing the best catamaran for their trip, please don't hesitate to reach out to our team of expert sailing advisors- who will help you for free!
Catamaran rental prices may vary due to several factors. Including, the duration of the rental, whether a captain and/or crew is required, as well as the age, model and capacity of the vessel.
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From Dubrovnik, the most common route is up the Adriatic. However, heading south towards the beautiful city of Kotor in Montenegro will leave no one behind. Heading towards Split gives you the chance to add the islands of Mljet, Korcula, Vis, Hvar and Brac to your Croatian sailing programme. Further north, sailing to Zadar almost requires passage through Sibenik, Vodice and Biograd na Moru.
A week's cruise in Croatia is an ideal timing to leave Dubrovnik and let the catamaran excel on the water towards the Kornati archipelago, west of Murter. Interested in Italy? 107 miles are to be covered to reach Bari, in the mythical region of Puglia. The Albanian experience could start in Durrës, 100 miles from Dubrovnik. More than 1200 islands, several countries nearby, seaside resorts in profusion: the continuation promises to be royal.
The best time to visit Dubrovnik, 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 Dubrovnik Croatia means finding the right compromise between good weather, not too busy and the right price.
Boat rentals in Dubrovnik, 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 rent a boat that comes with a captain and even a crew. Allow your captain to take the helm and show you and your guests all the best spots along the coast- including hidden beaches, stunning anchorages and remote islands and coves.
Optional extras are also offered for many rentals, this may include snorkeling and diving equipment to jet-skis and wakeboards- depending on the boat owner.
Take the Dubrovnik cable car from the north of the city walls to the summit of Mount Srđ, 405 metres above sea level. The ascent takes no more than 4 minutes and on arrival the view is breathtaking. You will find the traditional roofs below, while the horizon is clear to see the Adriatic Sea, the Elaphite Islands (Šipan, Lopud and Koločep) and the island of Lokrum, ten minutes from the Old Port of Dubrovnik. Your catamaran will be able to cruise around and anchor in the bay while you visit a forest reserve well preserved from the tourist hustle and bustle of Game of Thrones fans, as Dubrovnik was used to shape King's Landing in the hit TV series.
Sunshine is rarely absent in Croatia. The catamaran will therefore soon be used to your advantage for the next sunbathing trip. Space, comfort, accommodation capacity, luxury.
In high season in Dubrovnik, the average price for a catamaran rental is around $1,111 per day, while in low season the average is around $966 per day.
The daily fee for a skipper can fluctuate based on the location and the boat owner. On average, in Dubrovnik, you can anticipate paying $231 per day for a skipper.
You can expect to find around 5 onboard a catamaran in Dubrovnik. Catamarans with up to 8 cabins are also available for those traveling in larger goups.
The price of a catamaran charter in Dubrovnik could include VHF, GPS, Autopilot etc.
When renting a catamaran in Dubrovnik fuel is typically not included in the rental costs, except for in 2 boats where it is already included in the price.
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