What is included in a 3-cabin sailboat rental?
What are the Extras?
To rent 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.
Renting a sailing yacht will cost you less then if you hire catamaran for a week in Dubrovnik. Expect lower costs on marinas, fuel and port taxes when you rent sailboats in Croatia.
What is included in the price?
Expect a unique yacht charter experience if you hire a private sailboat sail from UNESCO world heritage site - Dubrovnik town. Renting a skippered catamaran charter for a week assures a unique opportunity to enjoy the precious holiday moments surrounded by lush-green hills, crisp-blue seas and amazing biodiversity of southern islands. 7-day catamaran cruise will uncover the most amazing natural scenes of Adriatic in a relaxing Mediterranean ambience.
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The fastest option is to embark on a regular Krilo catamaran ferry. The line runs every day during the summer and it only takes about 4 hours to get you from one place to another. This is best chance if you wish to explore both these beautiful Dalmatian cities.
Yacht charters in Split offer more options for bareboat rentals than the charters in Dubrovnik. That is why Krilo line is the most comfortable transport for our clients that book their Croatia sailing holiday in UNESCO world heritage sites the city of Split or Trogir old town.