Renting a sailboat in Croatia will cost you between 2.000 and 2.900 euros per wek in the summer season, and 2.000€ on average in June or September.
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A TIP: Croatian skippers are all fluent in English, but if you wish multilingual crew, book ASAP, since they get booked very fast!
Croatia has moderate prices compared to other European countries. However, the prices vary between the regions. Local people say that the prices in Croatia rise as you travel along the coast from north to south. Popular cities along the Croatian coast Rovinj, Dubrovnik, Split, and dalmatian islands Hvar and Korcula can be more expensive while Istria and Kvarner still keep their prices comparable to the inland. Remember to rather eat and drink local then imported.
Prices for some products at the coast
Total trip cost really depends on your habits and where and how you choose to spend your money. Bareboat charter prices are 10-15% lower than in Italy, Greece or Spain. On a sailing trip you can easily get around on daily budget from 25-35€/person/day.
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 your cruising holiday in Croatia below:
Central Dalmatian islands with its myriad of intact mostly uninhibited tiny islands is truly a sailing paradise. This region fuses the best of the Croatian coast: Secluded idyllic islands, thousands of safe anchorages, quaint fishing villages, buzzing island towns, beautiful beaches and warm genuine Dalmatian hospitality inviting you to try their local culinary works of art.
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