Charter Sailing Croatia

The best way go sailing in Croatia is to charter a boat and sail, and with so many options to choose from, this couldn’t be easier or more fun. Read our guide for more facts & information…

Sailing in Croatia is a great idea as it’s a beautiful country with many towns and islands stretching along its 1700 km coast line just waiting to be explored.

Croatia Sailing Destinations

Croatia consistently has some of the best weather and sailing conditions imaginable. The main sailing destinations for many tourists are Croatia’s national parks such as Brijuni and Kornati, and other beauty spots such as Krk, Cres and Susak (an island naturally formed from sand).
Some of the towns associated with these popular sailing destinations are more than 3000 years old and have a rich cultural history. Towns like Pula, Split, Zadar and Dubrovnik not only have great historical sites to visit, but also some exceptional amenities such as diving, undersea exploration, and of course, fantastic nightlife facilities. On top of that, the coast is littered with excellent restaurants famous for their superb fish dishes, many marinas, beautiful caves, friendly locals and much, much more.

Charter Sailing Options

Sailing is probably the best way to see the coast of Croatia and there are many options to choose from to ensure all needs, and budgets are met. Whether you are vacationing on a shoe string budget, or have more extravagant tastes, there is sure to be an option that will suit your sailing needs.
With any good sailing hire company you will be able to find;

•    Motor yachts charter
•    Sailing yacht charter
•    Catamarans charter
•    Luxury yacht charter
•    Cruising gulets charter

Yacht Charter Companies

Before choosing which company to hire your sail boat from, there are certain factors which should be taken into consideration. It goes without saying that the costs should be within your price range and that quality and a high standard of maintenance and seaworthiness are guaranteed.
It might be advantageous to go with a local company as opposed to one of the bigger foreign firms that operate in Croatia. A local firm can often offer impartial advice on sailing destinations and as they have people working for them who know the area inside out, they can often tell you about the hidden away beauty spots that others might miss.

Make sure the company you intend to hire your sailboat from is willing to take the time and effort to ensure all your personal needs are met. They should be available to you 24 hours a day in case there are any problems, and be willing to be flexible and adaptable to ensure you have the best chartered sailing experience Croatia has to offer.

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