Renting catamaran in Croatia within the high season will cost you between 7.500 and 10.500 euros per week. In shoulder season June and early September 6.000€ in average. That price includes: chartering the new Lagoon 46 for a week, base fee, end cleaning, bedding, towels, Wi-Fi connection and dingy with outboard engine.
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In these uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 outbreak is hard to think of a better vacation then renting a private yacht. Taking a relaxed sailing trip with your close ones to explore hundreds, mostly uninhabited Croatian islands is at the moment probably the safest holiday. Staying isolated from busy mainland cities in the fresh ocean air, absorbing pleasant sunbeams in the company of people you know is best way to reduce the chance of getting infected with Coronavirus.
To avoid the summer crowds on the most popular islands Hvar, Vis and Korcula, take your sailing vacations in Croatia in the off season. June and September are the perfect months to catch the warm temperatures with avoiding crowds at the same time.
If your plan to visit Croatia in high season, then follow our off-the-beaten-track route, that our skippers recommend. The other option is to choose less crowded sailing location on Adriatic and explore the secluded beaches of Kornati national park or cruise the crystal clear waters of Kvarner gulf and vibrant Istria peninsula on a north Adriatic sailing adventure.
One-way yacht charter from Split to Dubrovnik usually takes 7 days with lots of stops on beautiful islands Brac Hvar Vis Korčula and Mljet. Yacht holiday in Croatia is your best chance to discover Croatian islands and the highlights of Dalmatia in the most relaxed and exciting way. Embarkation in Split on Saturday, Disembarkation in Dubrovnik the next Friday before 09:00.