The average rental price on 46-foot BALI catamaran charter in Croatia is between 8.000 - 10.000 euros per week in shoulder season and on average 12.500€ in the peak season. For the exact pricing and available dates, please send us you inquiry below.
Obligatory extras to pay at spot:
We will send you the boarding pass with all the details as you've completed the full payment for your booking. You can contact your skipper for itinerary details, time of embarkation and route options. The skipper is to be payed in the marina at the check in except for our crewed catamaran charters, the crew is already included in the price.
A relaxing one-way sailing from Split to Dubrovnik takes 7 days. With stops on popular south Dalmatian islands Brač,Hvar Vis Korčula and Mljet, this is the most popular itinerary for most guests booking a catamaran holiday in Croatia. Please also note that, since Croatia yacht charters and round trips start and end Saturdays, there is one-way fee charged in the amount of 500€ per booking. And disembarkation should be no later then by Friday noon.
When you book your sailing holidays in Croatia within the summer months, expect the best of your yacht vacation experience. All through May until late September expect long sunny days, dry weather, warm seas and soothing westerly winds. Although the cost for yacht rentals in Croatia btween July and August might be highest, the weather is simply delightful. Buzzing streets of the coastal cities Trogir, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split are reflecting the true pulse of Dalmatia and everything is in full swing.
Renting Catamaran in Zadar for a week is the most genuine and relaxing cruising experience in Dalmatia. Book catamaran charter in Zadar and avoid summer crowds by visitig the secluded islands in Šibenik region at your own pace: Kornati islands, romantic island Kaprije and stunning Krka waterfalls national park within 7 days.
Charter Catamaran in Zadar or Vodice in Dalmatia, and cruise the northern route through the beautiful Croatian national parks Kornati, Krka and telaščica. This is best kept secret how to avoid the summer hustle and bustle and still experince Croatia at its best.
This route comes as a recommendation from our local Coatian skippers. North-Dalmatian route and sailing from Zadar town is the most relaxing and to explore the highlights of the Croatian coast and to really feel the authenticity of Dalmatian islands.
In these uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 outbreak is hard to think of a better holiday then to hire bareboat charteryacht. Taking a relaxed yacht holiday in Croatia with your close ones to explore hundreds, mostly uninhabited Croatian islands is by far the safest vacation. Staying isolated from busy mainland cities in the fresh ocean air, absorbing pleasant sunbeams in the company of the people you know, is best way to reduce the chance of getting infected with Coronavirus.