Sailing From Trogir

When chartering a sailboat from a charming Trogir harbour you can opt between the most popular sailing itineraries in Croatia. Either navigate the standard Split sailing itinerary or explore north Dalmatian islands with astonishing Kornati and Krka national parks. Before you start your sailing odyssey in Trogir, get inspired into recommended yacht charter routes and make your precious holiday moments in Croatia unforgettable.

Sailing Flotilla Trogir

Your outgoing marina is embedded in the heart of historic Trogir town. A great opportunity to visit its cobbled streets and epic buildings before embarking.

Off-the-beaten-track itinerary
Sailing tours from Split

Sail the routes of ancient mariners and discover most popular islands of south Dalmatian islands Hvar Brač  Šolta Vis and Korčula

Split Sailing itinerary
Kornati national Park

Navigate towards north Dalmatian islands and explore less-known charter itineraries including Kornati national park, Krka waterfalls and idyllic Kaprije.

Northern Routes

DUFOUR 460  - The Exterior

DUFOUR 460  - The Interior


Sailing yacht rental in Trogir will cost you about 4.500€ per week within the high season. In September and June around 3.500€. This price includes bareboat charter, end cleaning, bedding and tender with motor.


Renting a small catamaran for a week during the summer season will cost you anywhere between 5.500 and 7.000€. Skipper, fuel, port fees and taxes are paid extra at spot. You also have to provision the yacht with food, or book a hostess to do it for you.


Chartering a private sailing yacht in Croatia allows you to explore countless islands, ports, villages and remote beaches at your own pace within the company of your choice. It is the ultimate holiday at the Mediterranean, where you can experience the remarkable Adriatic coast in the most fashionable way.


Recommended sailing from Trogir itinerary

DAY 1: Trogir - Maslinica (Island of Šolta)

DAY 2: Šolta - Palmižana (Island of Hvar)

DAY 3: Hvar / Palmižana - Komiža (island Vis)

DAY 4: Komiža - Vela Luka (Korčula island)

DAY 5: Vela Luka - Stari Grad (Hvar Island)

DAY 6: Stari Grad - Milna (Island of Brač)

DAY 7: Milna - Trogir + overnight

DAY 8: Disembarkation in Trogir


Renting a private yacht charter in ACI marina Trogir for a week allows you to explore the popular islands Hvar, Brač, Vis and Šolta in a laid-back Mediterranean style. Make your sailing holiday between the secluded treasures of Dalmatia extra rewarding with hiring a local skipper.


You can expect the best sailing experience by rentining a private sailing boat with skipper. These are the yachts that you can charter for a 7-day Croatia sailing holiday in Trogir.


A 7-day sailing route from Split recommended by our knowledgeable and experienced Croatian skippers is one of the most popular yacht charter itineraries in Croatia. Following this route assures a unique chance to explore the popular islands Hvar, Korčula, Vis and Brač with avoiding the summer crowds at the same time.


You can expect the best of the Croatian coast if you book your sailing holidays within the summer monts. Fair and stable weather between May and late September with gentle westerly winds and warm temperatures guarantees perfect sailing conditions and warm seas for countless activities. You can expect lower yacht rental prices in May, June, Septemberand October, but in July and August everything is in full swing reflecting a genuine heartbeat of this hidden Mediterranean gem.


Yes. September and October are the perfect months for a relaxing sailing cruise in Croatia. With less traffic at sea, more space in island ports and lower rental prices, this is the month we recommend if you are an a budge and like more tranquility for your sailing holiday. Sea temperatures are pleasant for swimming and still well above 20o(70F). With abundance of sun, especially on Dalmatian islands, the air keeps constant 25o(77F) during the day until late October.


Please remember and pack light

With plenty of sun, Croatia is one of the sunniest European destinations. The climate along the Adriatic coast in summer is quite dry and hot. If your sailing trip is in summer, just bring bathing suite, extra swimming towels, and your personal wardrobe (not too much). In case of rain you need to bring some warm clothes, maybe a light sweater, water resistant wind jacket and a pair of sneakers with rubber sole.

It is highly recommended to bring your soft handbag a duffel bag or rucksack instead of a plastic suitcase, simply to gain more space in yacht's cabin. Please read about the Sail Croatia Packing List for newbies.

8 Things not to forget

  • boarding pass/voucher
  • sun protection items (sun lotion, sunglasses for UV protection, hat)
  • bathing suit or a swim suit
  • your passport, or personal ID, enough cash, health insurance
  • swimming towels
  • your personal items (prescription pills, medicine for allergy...)
  • a wind stopper or a wind breaker in summer a long-sleeved cardigan would do
  • positive vibes (leave your worries at home)

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