Bareboat Charter Split Croatia

Renting a private bareboat sailing yacht in second largest Croatian city Split is your ultimate opportunity to independently explore south Dalmatian coast. Set sail across the infinite blue Adriatic to enjoy surrounded by magnificent landscapes and discover the most beautiful spots of eastern Mediterranean. Densely scattered islands of Croatia are ideal for a relaxing sailing trip assuring pleasurable fun-loving holiday moments and authentic yachting atmosphere.  So choose your sailing destination and experience Mediterranean as it one was.

Sailing in Split

Day sailors joining our flotilla weeks simply love this classic 7 day yacht charter itinerary including iconic Croatian islands Vis Hvar & Korčula. You can visit them by chartering a sailboat from this UNESCO world heritage site.

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Sailing in Zadar

Small sailing distances between the islands of central Dalmatia provide safe and fun sailing itineraries ideal for a family sailing trip. Begin your week in historic Zadar town and discover remarkable Kornati National Park.

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Sailing from Pula

Get inspired into diverse northern Adriatic and explore colourful Venetian towns of Istria, or search serenity and peaceful natural environment among remote islands of Kvarner gulf. Book OCEANIS sailboat from historic Pula city.


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Renting a private sailing boat in Croatia for a week will cost you around 3.000 euros in high summer. In July and September between 2000 and 2.500€, while you can rent a standard sailboat with 3 cabins for about 1.500€ per week in the off season.


The average price of a catamaran rental in Croatia within the main sailing season lies between 7.500 ad 9.200 euros. In June or September cost is about 6.000€ per week.

What is included?

  • 7-day bareboat catamaran in Croatia
  • dinghy with outboard engine
  • end cleaning and base fee
  • bed linen, cooking gas, bathroom towels, cockpit cushions
  • Wi-Fi connection on board


Bareboat charter allows you to independently explore hundreds of tranquil Croatian islands, swim in turquoise water, visit picturesque Dalmatian villages and uncover the treasures of Adriatic in the company of people you cherish most.


Chartering a bareboat in Croatia requires a valid skipper's license that is issued by the state authority of the country that you are coming from. For sailing in Croatian territorial waters, you need a valid nautical international certificate of competence (ICC) and a VHF radio. Please check here if the certificate issued from your country is competent for Croatian waters.


Skipper's fee for a 40-foot sailing yacht in Croatia is 1.120€ per week.


At Split yacht charter you can rent almost everything that floats, but you can expect the best of a sailing holiday in Croatia if you rent a private skippered yacht charter. These are the best 7-day charters in Split:


These are the best islands to visit ona sailing itinerary from Split:

  1. DAY Saturday. Split – Pučišća (island of Brač)
  2. DAY Sunday. Pučišča – Jelsa (Hvar island)
  3. DAY Monday. Jelsa - Pakleni Otoci (Hvar island)
  4. DAY Tuesday. Pakleni Islands - Komiža (island Vis)
  5. DAY Wednesday. Komiža - Vela Luka (Korčula)
  6. DAY Thursday. Vela Luka - Stomorska (Island of Šolta)
  7. DAY Friday. Šolta - Split
  8. DAY Saturday (Disembarkation)


Sailing season in Croatia runs from April till late October. That is when the weather at the Croatian coast is pleasant and sunny. Find what month is most suitable for your sailing trip in Croatia below:

  • April - this is the month booked for experienced sailors and regattas. If you want to learn sailing Easter period is your best chance
  • May - spring temperatures on Croatian islands are near perfect for various recreational activities combined with sailing
  • June - fuses the best of a sailing experience in Croatia; warm weather, fair winds, less traffic and lower shoulder season prices
  • July - best time for a family sailing vacation. Children will love to swim in the warm waters of the Adriatic Sea during the heat of summer
  • August - the hottest and driest month and time of festivals and events when the social season is in full swing. Set your sails to one of them!
  • September - is the time for a genuine sailing adventure "Croatian style" when sailors meet and dream about their perfect getaways
  • October - explore popular islands Hvar, Vis, Kornati islands and coastal cities as a local. Autumn is the time for serene maritime pleasures


The estimated cost for a 7-day Croatia sailing holiday in July and August on a standard 3-cabin sailboat is approx. 4.500€ per week. Catamaran with similar sleeping capacity is about 50% more expensive.

What does that price include?

  • Sailing Yacht app. 2.800€ per week
  • Skipper 1.120€ per week
  • Fuel 70€ per week
  • Local Taxes 1.35€ per person per day (70€)
  • Port and Marina Fees average 80€ per night, 3 nights (240€), 2X Buoy (70€), anchor free of charge (anchoring in secluded coves reduces the mooring expenses)
  • FOOD is not calculated and depends on your feeding habits.


  • Kornati natural park with 100 pristine islands and islets is one of the true natural wonders in Croatia
  • Kaprije a small charming islet with a typical fishing village, warm locals and top-notch Dalmatian cuisine is something you can't miss out
  • Silba or the island of love, is the perfect place to spend a romantic night on anchor surrounded with beautiful flora and fauna
  • Olib surrounded with clean emerald waters, pebbled natural beaches is a snorkelling and diving paradise
  • Murter a home of best Croatia yacht builders. Lively seaside village with charming marinas on the northern part surrounded with small islets, create breathtaking contrasts.

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