Dubrovnik Sailboat Rental

Chartering a private sailboat Dubrovnik old town allows you to discover the most beautiful places of southern Adriatic at your own pace. Alluring beaches, densely forested  islands, remarkable sailing grounds and welcoming marine atmosphere  Lastovo and Mljet national parks are unique getaways if you prefer more peaceful environment or take a break from a sailing day and explore historic sites Korčula and Dubrovnik. Your holiday cruise around Dubrovnik islands will be extra rewarding if you hire our local skipper. Together you can adjust the route itinerary and he will do his best to sail your yacht to secret bays and unique locations. 

Lastovo park

Mljet national park and Lastovo island reflecting a genuine Dalmatian atmosphere are among the highlights of Dubrovnik yacht charter itineraries. Visit fisherman's tavern in a lonely bay and try fresh, local and tasty seafood delicacies.

Korčula town

Legendary stone-walled Korčula town is a location that can not be missed out during your Dubrovnik sailing trip. Spend a relaxing evening in one of many beach bars or seaside restaurants and feel the true heartbeat of Dalmatia.


Pine-forested lush-green hills of Pelješac peninsula are best-known of top-quality wines and beautiful lonely beaches. Trstenik bay is a wonderful spot to spend a night at anchor and swim in emerald warm seas.

HANSE 508 - The Exterior

HANSE 508 The Interior


Renting a sailboat in Dubrovnik for a week will cost you between 5.900 and 6.900 euros within high season and about 5000€ in June or September.

The Inclusions:

  • fully equipped sailing yacht
  • end cleaning, bedding, gas, towels
  • dinghy with outboard engine
  • Wi-Fi connection aboard

The Extras:

  • Croatian skipper 200€ per day
  • tourist tax 1.35€/day/person
  • fuel app. 100€/week
  • port and marina fees
  • deposit for yacht 2.500€ (refundable)


The cost to rent a small 3-cabin sailing boat in Dubrovnik for a  week will cost you between 2.500€ and 3.500€ in high charter season and about 2.000€ in September and June.


The skipper's fee in Croatia basically depends on the yacht's size the he operates and lies between 150 and 200€ per week.


The tip for skipper in Croatia is between 5 and 10 percent from the full charter cost depending on client's general satisfaction at the end of the sailing week.


Chartering a luxury sailing yacht in Croatia will cost you between 10.000 and 15.000€ euros in the peak charter season and and around 8.000€ in September or June. Including Skipper and Hostess service.


Private yacht charters in Croatia run in weekly periods starting and ending on Saturday. You can expect the most relaxing and authentinc yacht holiday experience when you book a round Dubrovnik sailing trip.


Best Dubrovnik yacht charter itinerary for 7-day private charters:

  1. Day Šipan island overnight
  2. Day Mljet national park and green lakes
  3. Day Korčula town
  4. Day Lastovo national park
  5. Day Trstenik bay Pelješac
  6. Day Ston village
  7. Day Explore stone-walled Dubrovnik
  8. Day Disembarking in Dubrovnik


Any time is a good time for a sailing holiday in Croatia. If you like sunny and dry weather best time to sail Croatia is between June and September. A sailing trip in Croatia. High summer months July or August are ideal for beginners or a family sailing vacation when stable weather ensures a safe and relaxing holiday experience. 


With low winds, sunny and dry climate, densely scattered islands providing easy island hopping and safe passages, Croatian coast is best sailing European destination for a care-free sailing holiday. That is why chartering a skippered yacht in Croatia is the most relaxing and genuine way to explore and travel around this astonishing country.


Average rental price to charter catamaran in Dubrovnik with 4 cabins lies at 7.000 euros in the high summer season and between 4.500 and 6.500 euros in shoulder season. 

What is included?

  • fully equipped catamaran LAGOON 42
  • end cleaning, bedding, gas, towels
  • dinghy with outboard engine
  • Wi-Fi connection aboard
  • safety deposit for catamaran
  • tourist tax 1.35€/day/person

What are the extras?

  • Croatian skipper 170€ per day (payable at spot)
  • fuel app. 200€ per week
  • port and marina fees average100€ per berth


  1. Select preferable period in inquiry form

  2. Specify your holiday expectations and itinerary preferences

  3. Send us the inquiry form, and we will get back to you with best possible offer

Dubrovnik Sailing holiday is secured when 50% of advanced deposit is paid. Balance should be covered 4 weeks before embarkation.


Estimated cost for a 7-day Croatia sailing holiday in high season on our HANSE 508 calculated for 8 persons, plus Skipper is approx. 7.000€ per week. Catamaran with similar sleeping capacity is about 50% more expensive.

  • Sailing Yacht 5.500€ per week
  • Skipper 1.280€ per week
  • Fuel 100€ per week
  • Local Taxes 1.35€ per person per day (80€)
  • Port and Marina Fees average 100€ per night, 3 nights (300€), 2X Buoy (100€), anchor free of charge (anchoring in secluded coves reduces the mooring expenses)
  • FOOD is not calculated and varies on guest's habits...


In general, Croatia is among the safest counties in the world. Overall crimes in Croatia are quite low making it extremely safe to travel around. By land, or at sea. This European gem is also the cradle of Mediterranean sailing holidays and a true paradise for sailing inclined.

With warm and calm Adriatic sea, fair weather, abundance of sunshine, moderate winds and warm local people, Croatia is a must-visit for beginners or experienced sailors. Please remember that your skipper and hostess are your best tripsadvisors during your Croatia sailing trip , so simply trust yourself into their capable hands.


For a 50-foot sailing yacht local port fees start at 70€ per berth and can go up to 150€ in marinas offering premium services. Price usually includes fresh water refill, shore power, toilet and bathroom facilities. A Private buoy anchorage lies at 50€ on average. Anchoring is free of charge. A mixture of above options gives the best balance through the week for most groups.


8 things you don't want to forget for your sailing trip:

  • boarding pass and reservation documents
  • sun protection (sun lotion, sunglasses for UV protection, hat)
  • bathing suit or a swimsuit (3-5 pairs)
  • your passport, or personal ID, enough cash (Euros)
  • 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)

Please read about the Sail Croatia Packing List for newbies.

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