Discovering secluded treasures of the remarkable Croatian coast on a private sailboat charter can be an exceptional holiday adventure. Sail across the Adriatic in the uppermost comfort on a premium-line sailing yacht Hanse 588 and visit the highlights of the magnificent Dalmatian islands within your best company.
With embarkation in the "heart of Dalmatia" Split, follow the exquisite charter routes and enjoy the unforgettable moments between the islands Hvar, Brač, Korčula and Vis. Professional crew on board will assure as much privacy and comfort as you need, so simply surrender yourself to a delightful relaxation in Mediterranean style.
Renting sailboat in Croatia will cost between 8000€ and 9.900 euros per week in peak season July and August. Sailing trip in September and shoulder sailing season 6.000€ average. Off season April, May, October between 2.700€ - 4.800€. The price includes: one-week rental, end cleaning, bedding, Wi-Fi, handling fees and dingy with outboard engine.
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When your plan to sail Croatia in high season, we recommend to follow this exclusive off-the-beaten-track route as an internal advice from our experinced skippers.
It is one of the most relaxing and unique sailing itineraries from Split, where you can still visit the islands Hvar, Vis, Korcula and Brac. This itinerary ansures you an excellent opportunity to explore secluded beaches, best anchorages, quaint villages and popular islands on less crowded days of the week.
Croatia has always been a family friendly destination. It is probably hard to find more suitable country in the world for leisurely family sailing vacations or a yacht trip with your yacht trip with kids. Small distances among countless islands, well sheltered anchorages behind every corner, calm and crystal clear seas and charming seaside villages with numerous attractions for kids places Croatian coast as a No.1 family destination in Europe. Best places for a family holiday in Croatia are sailing in Pula and Zadar sailing itinerary
Croatia in general, is also one of the safest countries in the world to visit. Overall crimes are quite low making it extremely safe to travel around. On land or at sea. This Mediterranean gem is the cradle of Mediterranean sailing holiday and a true paradise worth of discovering.
In these uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 outbreak is hard to think of a safer vacation then chartering a private yacht in Croatia. Taking a relaxed yacht trip with your close ones, exploring hundreds uninhabited Croatian islands and staying isolated on a boat with your close ones is at the moment probably the safest holiday.
Staying away from busy mainland cities in the fresh ocean air, absorbing pleasant sunbeams in the company of the people you know, is the best way to reduce the chance of getting infected with Coronavirus and travel at the same time.
High summer season at the Croatian coast might be busy with tourists and everything ids in full swing. Chartering a private yacht also means that you gain all the freedom you want so that you can avoid crowded tourist areas by simply sailing away... Despite the high density of boats sea, you can always find a quiet bay to anchor and relax in full privacy aboard your own vessel. The weather conditions between June and September are perfect for a private sailing tour in Croatia
The the social season within the peak summer months is in full swing. If you are into more action and don't mind the streets being busy with crowds and warmer summer temperatures, you will hit the spot, if your book your sailing trip in Croatia within July or August.
If you wish to truly experience the genuine heartbeat of this Adriatic country, book sailboat charter in Croatia in June or September. June is when you can expect quiet, less traffic in the marinas and also better deals and lower yacht prices. September is very popular amongst the sailors that want more action at sea, better wind conditions and to avoid the summer heat. Here are some information and tips that might help with planning your yacht holiday.