Renting a sailboat in Croatia within the main sailing season will cost you between 3.000€ and 3.700 euros per week. In shoulder season (June, September) on average 2.500€ In the off season around 2.000€.
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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!
How much for sailing holidays in Croatia? The estimated cost for a 7-day Croatia sailing holiday in high season on a newer 4-cabin sailboat, calculated for 6 persons, plus Skipper is approx. 5.000€ per week.
7-day private sailing holiday adventure between world-famous islands Hvar, Vis, Brač and Korčula on a skippered yacht charter is the most genuine vacation experience in Croatia. Book one of these popular sailing trips in Croatia with embarkation in UNESCO World heritage sites Trogir and Split.
When you plan to start your sailing holiday in Split, your best option is to hire sailboat in ACI marina Split, the heart of second largest Croatian city. You will find even more bareboat yacht rental options in modern marina Kaštela, only 5 minutes from Split airport. Or book sailing boat in monumental UNSECO world hertiage site Trogir town.
You can expect the best of a Private sailing tour in Croatia if you follow our skipper's best kept secret - Split sailing itinerary. This is by far the most relaxing and unique route where you can experience the very best of Dalmatian islands. This is a recommended route from our experienced Croatian skippers where you can discover world-known islands Hvar, Korčula, Vis and Brač with avoiding crowds at the same time.
In these uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 outbreak is hard to think of a better vacation then to hire a yacht. Taking a relaxed Croatia sailing trip with your close ones to explore hundreds, mostly uninhabited Croatian islands is by far the safest holiday. 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.
You can expect the very best of the sailing holiday experience when you book your sailing trip in Croatia within the summer months. All through May until late September expect long sunny days, dry weather, warm seas and soothing westerly winds.
Croatia Yacht rental prices between July and August might be highest, but the weather is simply delightful for a relaxing sailing trip. Sun-soaked lush-green hills and historic coastal cities Trogir, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split are reflecting the true pulse of Dalmatia and life on Adriatic is in full swing.
Sailing season rolls from April until October. Best time to sail Croatia as a newbie is between June and September. High summer in Croatia might be quite busy with tourists but the weather is simply glorious. If you like more action, vivacity, buzzing streets and warm Mediterranean climate, you will enjoy most within the peak season months July or August. But if you prefer more tranquillity on your cruise and really feel the genuine heartbeat of the country, choose June or September.
Weather conditions with stronger wind, yet still warm temperatures in September, May or October can be a delight for active vacation and a pure pleasure for adrenalin addicts. If you are looking for a relaxed journey then a sailing week in June is the perfect choice.