Sailboat Charter Pula Croatia

Rent sailboat charter in Pula, the capital of Istrian region and set sail across the wide Kvarner gulf within your best company. Enjoy your cruising vacation following our premium sailing itineraries and spend a genuine sailing holiday surrounded by untouched nature and vibrant harbours. Before your yachting adventure starts, charter one of these impressive sailboats available from best Pula yacht charter companies.

best Sailing charters in Croatia
BAVARIA C42

Book sailboat in Pula and explore the hidden gems of Kvarner gulf. This attractive new model is available with 3-cabin layout, large master cabin and 2 bathrooms.

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BENETEAU OCEANIS 46.1

Classy and stylishly designed sailing boat OCEANIS 46.1 fuses the very best a sailing yacht: Uncompromising on board comfort and impressive sailing performances.

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BAVARIA 51 CRUISER

BAVARIA 51 is among most popular sailing yachts in Croatia. Charter this spacious family cruiser from Pula, with skipper and get ready for a unforgettable yachting adventure.

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Pula Catamaran Rentals

Elevate your holiday moments to another level and book luxuriously equipped catamaran charter in Pula. Renting a multi hull ensures you a exclusive vacation in the uppermost comfort and pleasant on board accommodation. With impressive volumes, catamarans provide extra stability, plethora of cushioned lounging areas, safer onboard movement and remarkable 360 views. Discover best available boats in Istria and rent Catamaran in Pula with local skipper.

Catamaran cruise Zadar Croatia

Make your cruising adventure among the islands of northern Adriatic an indulging experience and hire BALI 4.1 catamaran Lounging area at the bow and plethora of cushioned spots on will ensure relaxing and unforgettable holiday moments.

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Lagoon 42

One of the most popular crewed cruising catamarans in Pula is LAGOON 42. Your kids are going to love the trampoline at the bow, while their parents can find privacy on a cushioned flybridge and enjoy the remarkable views.

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Lagoon 46

Receive the very best of the cruising experience in Pula and book an exclusive And luxuriously equipped catamaran with crew. Enjoy and relax your precious holiday moments in complete on-board privacy on our new LAGOON 46.

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Chartering a private yacht in Pula is best kept secret of Croatia sailing itineraries and a wonderful opportunity to discover alternative charter routes of Adriatic. Experience a unique diversity of northern Croatia, navigate your boat along heart-shaped Istrian peninsula and sail into remote Kvarner gulf. Here you will find seclusion surrounded with peaceful bays, remote island villages and picturesque coastal promenades where you can explore superb food delicacies and best Croatian wines. 

Most of the region was a part of Italy until 1947. It is no coincidence that Istria is called "Croatian Tuscany" since these landscapes very much resemble to Tuscan valleys and vineyards. Local culinary delights with a pinch of Italian twist, monumental Venetian architecture of historic towns, and unspoiled nature of marine Croatian national parks make northern Adriatic ideal location for the ultimate yachting escape. Rent a sailboat or catamaran charter in Pula with our local skipper for a genuine cruising adventure at the sky-blue Adriatic sea.

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8 Things To Experience On Pula Sailing Itinerary

  • discover enchanting island Unije in Kvarner gulf
  • taste famous Istrian Malvazija wine and top truffle dishes
  • ascend to 4.000-year old village Lubenice on Cres for spectacular views
  • witness the romantic sunsets in town Rovinj and Vrsar village
  • spend an evening exploring biotic diversity of Mali Lošinj islet
  • dive or snorkel in turquoise waters of the islands Ilovik or Silba
  • visit Brijuni national park and admire shooting stars on star-lit skies 
  • try various home-made pasta with fresh Kvarner prawns
Pula sailing trips

Pula Sailing Itinerary

Explore the secluded treasure of nothern Adriatic

With no large cities in the area, no heavy maritime traffic or industry nearby, this is one of the most remote yacht charter destination in Croatia. Surrounded by aromatic pine forests, lush-green hill tops, turquoise seas and remote island villages, northern Adriatic hides some of the most remarkable sailing grounds of Croatia. Peaceful bays ideal for a daily swim, short distances between the islands allowing easy and safe island hopping and vibrant island ports ideal for some food exploration, make this area a great location for a family yacht charter.

 

Exprience Kvarner islands with Croatian skipper

Renting a sailing boat in Pula with our local skipper to guide you through the week will elevate holiday cruise to a higher level. He will gladly share his knowledge and provide best itinerary tips that will make your holiday moments among the Adriatic treasures a unforgettable vacation experience. Our skippers know best hidden spots, safe anchorages and top restaurant locations where you can eat fresh, local and tasty Kvarner delicacies.

Pula Sailing Charter FAQ's

 

The cost to charter a bareboat yacht in Pula basically depends on the yacht type, age, length and the sailing season. 50-foot sailing yacht comfortable registered for 8 in summer season is around 5.000 euros per week. In off-season (May, June, September between 2.800 and 4.000€. That covers the vessel, transit log, end cleaning, bedding, handling fees and dinghy with outboard motor.

 

Follow the original Pula sailing itinerary and experience northern Adriatic at its best.

DAY 1 (Saturday) Pula - Cres island, Martinscica village

DAY 2  (Sunday) Cres - Osor bridge - Ilovik island

DAY 3  (Monday) Ilovik - Silba island anchoring

DAY 4  (Tuesday) Silba - Ist or Molat island

DAY 5  (Wednesday) Ist - Mali Lošinj village

DAY 6 (Thursday) Mali lošinj - Unije island

DAY 7  (Friday) Unije - Wildlife park Kamenjak - Pula base

DAY 8  (Saturday) Pula Disembarkation

 

There are many places at the north Adriatic coast where you can rent well-maintained yachts. Best opportunities for boat rentals in Pula are in marinas Veruda, Pomer, Vrsar Funtana, and on island Krk.

 

7-day sailing trip on a private sailboat is the ultimate way to experience Croatian islands at your own pace and feel the true pulse of Istria and Kvarner islands. Hire skippered yacht in Pula or Poreč for gentle cruise across the calm glittering north Adriatic. Visit vibrant cities, ancient towns, magnificent islands and find serenity in hidden bays with the people you cherish most. Skippered sailing holiday in Croatia is suitable for couples, family yacht charters or various groups.

 

The cost to charter a catamaran in Pula Croatia during the summer season varies between 4.900 and 6.500 euros per week. In September and June average 4.500€.

Inclusions

Obligatory Extras

  • skipper from 150€ - 170€ per day
  • tourist tax 1.4€/day/person
  • fuel app. 120€ per week
  • port and marina fees
  • food and beverages
  • deposit for catamaran 2.500-4.000€ (refundable) depends on the yacht's size

 

Pula catamaran rental in 3 simple steps:

  1. Choose preferable date
  2. Share your expectations and boat preferences
  3. Send your inquiry to Active Sailing agency.

We will be happy to offer suitable catamaran and guide you through the whole booking procedure. A private Croatia catamaran trip is secured when 50% deposit is paid. Balance should be covered 4 weeks before the charter starts.

 

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.

 

When visiting Pula, the capital of Istria region to the north Adriatic, be sure not to miss out:

  • One of the largest and best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world form 1st. century A.D. (The Arena)
  • Rich historic legacy and ancient monuments like The Temple of Augustus, The Hercues gates and the Arch of Sergii
  • Tidy pebbled beaches just at the city doorstep. The most popular ones: Ambrela Beach, Sacccorgiana Cove, Gortan’s Cove, Beach Valbandon Histria Beach
  • Top festivals and events throughout the summer. Pula is hosting numerous international concerts and venues inside and outside the arena, really is the Croatian city of festivals.
  • A wide selection of top-notch restaurants within and outside the city circle. Here’s just a few Hook&Cook, Lanterna, Vodnjanka

 

Overall, Croatia has moderate prices compared to other European countries. The prices, however vary between the coast and inland. Locals say that prices at the Croatian coast rise as you travel from north to south. Seaside places and Dalmatian islands can be considerable expensive, while the northern regions Istria and Kvarner still keep their prices comparable to the inland. Remember to rather eat and drink local than imported.

Some prices at the coast:

  • cup of coffee 1.5€
  •  pint of local beer 2.5€
  •  1,5l bottled water from store 0.7€
  •  public transport 1-2€ one way
  • 1 bottle of local medium quality wine in store 6€
  •  average 3- course dinner 25-30€ per person

a 7-day Sailing trip in Croatia cost really depends on where and how you choose to spend your money and your travelling habits. Yacht charter prices in Croatia are still 10-15% cheaper then in Italy, Greece or Spain. On a sailing trip you can easily get around on daily budget app. 30-40€/person/day.

 

The perfect blend of Italian creativity, typical Mediterranean flavor and a pinch of distinctive continental simplicity created a top-notch Croatian cuisine in Istria. There are some culinary works of art you simply can’t miss out when taking your sailing holiday in Pula. Combined with choice wines merlot or cabernet sauvignon and the famous Istrian Malvazija, produced from indigenous white grapes.

  • palette of various cheese (Sheep, Goat, Cow) dipped into Istrian extra-virgin olive oil
  • a wide range of truffle-inspired dishes combined with risotto or pasta
  • cuttlefish stew with maize porridge
  • Kvarner scampi in “buzara” sauce
  • Pljukanci or fuzi  (rolled up shapes of fresh pasta) in Boskarin (typical Istrian beef) sauce
  • Grilled plaice or Adriatic squid with mangold (sort of spinach)

A local custom is to start and finish your courses with special aperitif called “rakija” based on honey, mistletoe or various herbs.

 

A leisurely Mediterranean-style sailing trip in Croatia usually takes 7 days. Within main season (July, August), yacht charters in Croatia start and end Saturdays. However, in shoulder season (September, May, October and June) short sailing trips are also possible. To explore best coastal places and visit the most beautiful Croatian islands, at least 1-week tour is recommended.

 

With plenty of sun, Croatia is one of the sunniest European destinations. Climate along the Adriatic coast in summer is quite dry and hot. For sailing trips in summer, bring bathing suite, extra swimming towels, and your personal wardrobe. It is highly recommended to bring a soft handbag a duffel bag instead of a plastic suitcase and remember to pack light

8 Things that you Don't want to forget:

  • boarding pass and reservation documents
  • sun protection (sun lotion, sunglasses for UV protection, hat)
  • bathing suit or a swimsuit (3-5 pairs)
  • your passport, or personal ID, enough cash
  • swimming towels
  • your personal items (prescription pills, medicine for allergy...)
  • a wind stopper or a wind breaker in summer a long-sleeved cardigan would do
  • positive vibes (leave your worries at home)

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