The average cost for private sailing charter in Croatia Oceanis 51.1 in the peak season lies at 6.000€ weekly. In shoulder season (June and September) between 4.000€ and 5.500€. Off season approx. 3.000€ a week. The price includes: Yacht rental, Permit, End cleaning, Dinghy and Outboard engine. For exact pricing send us the Inquiry
July and August at the Croatian coast might be quite busy with tourists exploring this land's impressive cultural heritage and city attractions. There is also quite high density of tourist marine traffic. But the weather conditions to sail and relax your worries away are simply delightful.
If you like more action, vivacity, buzzing streets and higher temperatures, you will hit the spot, if your book your sailing trip in peak season.
To truly feel the genuine pulse of this beautiful country, choose the months June or September. Weather conditions, with bit stronger winds and pleasant temperatures in September May or October, is every sailor's delight, but if you are looking for a quiet week without crowds at sea, then sailing Croatia in early June is best choice to charter a sailing yacht in Croatia.
The main difference between the private sailing charters and cabin cruisers is in flexibility and authenticity on board. To charter your very own yacht guarantees a unique opportunity to discover the most beautiful Croatian islands at you own pace, with the people close to you.
Route itinerary can be adjusted according to your wishes with your skipper. That is why hiring a private sailing yacht is the most hassle-free and unique option to travel around the myriad of Croatian islands.
Approximate cost on private cruise in the eastern Mediterranean for Lagoon 46 lies between and 7.500€ and 9.500€ weekly in July and August. In June and September 5.400 - 7.300€. Late May, through September 3.000€ - 5.500€. That covers: Catamaran rental, base fee, end cleaning, bedding, towels, Wi-Fi connection and dingy with outboard engine.
Croatia in general, is one of the safest countries in the world. Overall crimes in Croatia, compared to other European countries, are quite low making it extremely safe to travel around. By land, or at sea. This Mediterranean gem is the cradle of 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 is the perfect destination for couples, families, or a place to reunite with your friends.
July and August at the Croatian coast might be quite busy with tourists exploring this land's impressive cultural heritage and city attractions. There is also quite high density of boats sea. But the weather conditions to set sail are simply delightful. If you like more action, vivacity, buzzing streets and warm temperatures, you will hit the spot, if your book your trip in peak season.
If you prefer more tranquillity on your cruise and to actually experience the genuine heartbeat of the country, choose June or September. Weather conditions with bit stronger winds and still warm temperatures in September is a skipper's delight, but if you are looking for a quiet week of leisure, then June is the ideal choice.
Most of the boats are still available Here are some information and tips that might help with planning.