Renting a sailing boat in Croatia for a week will cost you around 4.500 euros on average within the summer season. June and September prices vary between 2.500€ and 4.000€.
The price includes:
Renting a boat in Croatia requires a valid license issued by the state authority of the country that you are coming from. Sailing within Croatian territorial waters requires a valid international nautical certificate of competence (ICC) and a VHF radio station certificate. You can rent sailing yacht in Croatia bareboat or with knowledgeable Croatian skipper in Split or any other marinas along the Croatian coast.
Renting a bearboat charter in Croatia usually includes:
What are the mandatory extras for a 7-day sailing cruise in Croatia?
What are the optional extras?
Sailing season in Croatia stretchs between April & October. Best time to sail Croatia as a newbie is between June and September. High summer in Croatia might be quite busy with tourists but the weather is simply glorious. If you like more action, vivacity, buzzing streets and warm Mediterranean climate, you will enjoy most within the peak season months July or August.
But if you prefer more tranquillity during your journey June or September are best choice. Weather conditions with stronger wind, yet still warm temperatures in September, May or October can be a delight for active sailing vacation and a pure pleasure for adrenalin addicts.
The official currency in Croatia since 2023 is EURO. Credit cards are always accepted in marinas and mainland restaurants, while some secluded island restaurants only take cash! Buoy anchorages and some port fees you can only pay in cash. ATM is installed in almost every marina and town port in Croatia. In any case, we recommend to have some CASH in you pocket at all times during your Croatia sailing holiday. Don't leave you money and valuable things aboard when you leave your yacht. It can attract unwanted attention. We recommend a budget of 30€/day per person for food and extra 10-20€ for transfers, bars and harbor fees.
Yacht charters from Split to Dubrovnik run on a 7-day itineraries. Including the stops on 5 most beautiful south Dalmatian islands Brač Hvar Vis Korčula and Mljet. A couple of private sailing charters in Croatia sail these premium routes with personalised sailing itinerary. You can start your sailing trip in Split or Dubrovnik.