Renting a yacht in Croatia for a week

Private yacht charter is the ultimate vacation in Croatia allowing you to discover the impressive Adriatic coast at your own pace. Experience wonderful coastal locations and Croatian islands from a comfort of a private yacht charter and spend your well-deserved vacation in a relaxing Dalmatian atmosphere. Follow our selected itineraries and book OCEANIS 40.1 sailboat from premium nautical destinations. Sail through magnificent marine national parks and unique  landscapes admire untouched nature and feel the authentic pulse of this Mediterranean pearl. Let us inspire you with exclusive yacht charter itineraries and premium sailing destinations in Croatia below.

best sailing tour in Croatia
SPLIT

Charter sailboat in Split and take the advantage of recommended off-the-beaten-track itinerary selected from Croatian skippers. Explore popular islands Hvar,Vis and Korčula with avoiding crowds at the same time.

Kornati
KORNATI

Sail the alternative yacht charter routes and and enjoy your precious holiday moments surrounded by densely scattered islands of norther Dalmatia. Charter yacht in Zadar and visit iconic Kornati national park.

Vrsar, Croatia
PULA

Get inspired into less-known north Adriatic charter routes. Unique diversity of Istrian peninsula and Kvarner islands with a pinch of Italian influence is among best kept secrets of all the charter itineraries in Croatia.

Meet Oceanis 40.1

OCEANIS 40.1 - The Exterior

OCEANIS 40.1 - The Interior

 

Renting a new 40 foot sailing yacht in Croatia during the summer months will cost you between 3.500€ and 4.500€ per week, off season 2.000€3.000€.

What does that price include?

  • 1-week boat rental
  • end cleaning
  • bedding, and bathing towels
  • Wi-Fi aboard
  • dingy with outboard motor

What are the mandatory extras for a skippered yacht charter in Croatia?

  • skipper service 180€ per day
  • fuel per consumption (average 100€)
  • tourist tax 1.35€/day/person
  • marinas and port fees average 80€ per night
  • food and provisioning on board (for skipper also)
  • damage safety deposit (can be insured)

What are the optional extras?

  • hostess service from 150€-190€ per day 
  • cook from 170€/day 
  • SUP (stand up paddle) 100€ -150€ weekly

 

You can expect the full cost between 5.500 and 6.500 euros per week in July and August and around 4.500€ in shoulder season. includung:

  • Premium-line 3 cabin sailboat
  • Skipper service for a week
  • End cleaning, bed linen, towels
  • Tender with motor
  • Fuel
  • Port and marina fees

Food and provisioning is not included since the cost varies from the guests travelling stlye.

 

The yacht rental fee for Croatia sailing charters usually includes:

  • Fully equipped sailing yacht
  • Base cost & diver
  • End cleaning
  • Bed linen & towels
  • Tender with motor

 

On crewed yacht charters the food and beverages are provided through the Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA). Provisions can be purchased by your hostess in advance. The unspent part of the charter APA is later returned to the guests or spent on marina fees and fuel.

 

Gratuity is always appreciated on Croatia private yacht charters and generally depend on client's satisfaction at the end of the holiday trip. We recommend a tip between 15-30 percent from the skippper's weekly fee.

 

Chartering a bareboat yacht in Croatia requires a corresponding skipper's license that is issued by the state authority of the country that you are coming from. For sailing in the Croatian territorial waters, you need a valid nautical international certificate of competence (ICC) and a VHF radio. Please check what boating licences issued from your country is competent for Croatian waters here  

 

  • Unije - small isolated gem In Kvarner gulf, where time stops
  • Silba - the island of love and intact emerald bays in northern Dalmatia
  • Dugi Otok - charter yacht in Zadar and visit island's intact nature, cliffs and wildlife parks are amazing
  • Kornati national park - sailing Kornati islands and discovering its untouched nature and crystal-clear seas is a must
  • Kaprije - one of the most welcoming islands for sailors in Dalmatia
  • Šolta - whatever you eat, try or buy here is local, fresh and tasty
  • Brač - "stone kingdom of Croatia" for leisure seekers and active explorers
  • Vis - mystical island rising from the middle of the Adriatic sea
  • Hvar - one of the most popular Croatian islands is a classic destination for Split sailing itineraries
  • Korčula - the island of legends, rich cultural heritage and best Croatian wines

 

Sailing season in Croatia runs between April and late October. That is when the weather at the Croatian coast is pleasant and sunny with soothing moderate winds assuring perfect sailing conditions. Find what month suits you best for a sailing holiday in Croatia below:

  • April - this is the month booked for experienced sailors and regattas. If you want to learn sailing Easter period is your best chance
  • May - spring temperatures on Croatian islands are near perfect for various recreational activities combined with sailing
  • June - fuses the best of a sailing experience in Croatia; warm weather, fair winds, less traffic and lower shoulder season prices
  • July - best time for a family sailing trip. Children will love to swim in the warm waters of the Adriatic Sea during the heat of summer
  • August - the hottest and driest month and time of festivals and events when the social season is in full swing. Set your sails to one of them!
  • September - is the time for a genuine sailing adventure "Croatian style" when sailors meet and dream about their perfect getaways
  • October - explore popular islands Hvar, Vis, Kornati islands and coastal cities as a local. Autumn is the time for serene maritime pleasures

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