SAT: Explore Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage town and amazing scenic destination. Prepare for departure the following day.
SUN: Sail for charming Rogoznica town (15 NM), perched on beautiful shores.
MON: Explore Zlarin Island (25 NM), known locally as the "island of chorals"for its biotic maritime diversity. Great opportiunity to chill in hidden, sandy beaches.
TUE: Sail upriver for iconic Skradin town (11 NM) and visit the thrilling Krka National Park with spectacullar waterfalls.
WED: Best kept secret of the northern islands is a picturesque fishing villages Kaprije (17 NM). Well-known of the traditional culinary specialties and a sailor's paradise.
THU: Visit secluded Drvenik Island (30 NM), an area of rugged natural charm and pristine beauty. Great opportunity to snorkel & swim in tranquil emerald coves.
FRI: Return to Trogir by evening where we'll host a sumptuous farewell dinner. Guests participating in the two-week flotilla can opt for independent sailing.
SAT: Disembark at Seget Donji Marina in Trogir and take with you unforgettable memories of a flotilla sailing holiday in Croatia.
SAT: After enbarkation feel free to explore Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage town
SUN: Sail for the island of Šolta (10 NM), a charming lush-green island; We'll host a welcome party in Sesula Bay.
MON: Island of Vis, known as the "Adriatic fortress" is worth exploring. So rent a scooter and circle this secluded gem. Overnight in a tranquil village Komiža (25NM)
TUE: Visit the enchanting light display of the Blue Cave on Bisevo Island, before setting off for Vis Town (10 NM) and explore genuine local cuisine of this iconic town
WED: Sail to Hvar (Pakleni Islands 12NM). After berthing in a beautiful Marina Palmizana, water taxi will transfer you to Hvar where you will get the chance to taste the hearbeat of this world-known riviera
THU: After a day of sailing we visit the oldest Dalamtian town of Starigrad (18 NM) and stroll its colorful streets filled with historic charm and taste best wines in region
FRI: A final day of sailing, with returnig your yacht in late afternoon and a hosted farewell dinner for fellow sailors
SAT: Disembarking by 09:00 at Seget Donji Marina in Trogir.
Kornati sailing route: Biograd - Žut - Molat - Dugi Otok - Park Telascica - Kornati park - Kaprije - Biograd
Flotilla yacht charter program is designed specially for beginning skippers who want additional structure and support for a yacht charter vacation.
Before your departure, you will receive all the details and information about flotilla trip in your boarding pass. The shuttle bus will be already waiting at the airport to transfer you to the base port, where you can start with the check on your bareboat sailing yacht.
Your skippers will first have a short meeting with our organising team. If you arrive too early, you will probably have some extra time to stock the boat's lockers. Grocery shop is at the marina facility. Don't worry, there will be lots of opportunities to supply the boat's lockers along the way.
The usual boarding time is after 4:00 PM. After settling into your cabins, skipper will give you all the assistance you need to settle in brief you with the basics, route details, safety procedures and show you around the yacht.
Now it is time to hoist those sails, start to enjoy, relax and sail your worries away, gliding across the blue waters of Adriatic. Our flotillas usually sail on the line-of-sight-navigation, trying to keep distances small with lots of stops in amazing coves recommended by your leading crew.
On daily basis, your lead skipper will update you with the route details and advise you with the daily dynamics. After everyday briefing with fellow skippers, you’ll be left to explore the high seas yourself. Whether you’re looking for some exciting solo sailing or searching for the perfect beach, you can sail with confidence knowing that any assistance from your lead crew is only a phone or radio call away. You are welcome to join our flotilla friends for evening social events and share your daily adventures or just explore the beautiful sites at your own pace.
What are the extras?
One of the highlights on our flotillas is visiting Kornati national park. It is among the Croatia's most idyllic destinations. No shops or cars can be found within the iconic Kornati island chain which consists of over 140 unique yellow-coned islands, islets and rocks.
Reserved especially for maritime visitors this is one of the rare intact secluded treasures of Adriatic and the an idyllic place to spend one or 2 sailing days in Croatia surrounded with serenity and pure nature.
The continental part includes only ¼ of the surface of the park, while the rest belongs to the rich marine eco-system and is protected by the state authority since 1980.
The lunar landscapes of this impressive surroundings makes Kornati one of the natural wonders in Croatia. Having a nice romantic dinner inside the park is simply a must.
The entrance ticket is already included in your flotilla fee, so feel free to relax and enjoy in a remarkable ambiance of the natural environment in a comfortable accommodations of your private yacht.
Flotilla holiay routes may vary due to weather conditions.
In Croatia flotilla sailing holiday you sail as a part of a group of bareboat yachts, sailing on a shared 1 or 2-week itinerary. Flotilla is usually guided by your leading crew of one head skipper and a hostess coordinating the yachts and provide your with the advice and support that a day skipper from each crew needs. The number of yachts that can join for certain week is between 10-15. We advise you to check availability and rent sailboat in Croatia at least 3-6 months before your departure.
Rental cost for flotilla yacht charters in Croatia varies and depends on the boat size, age and the sailing season. You can rent our yachts with 3 4 or 5 cabins from UNESCO site Trogir in the central Dalmatia or in Marina Biograd near largest north Dalmatian city Zadar. Please select among our most popular bareboat Croatia charters below and send us inquiry.
Chartering a bareboat yacht in Croatia requires a valid skipper's license, issued by the state authority of the country that you are coming from. For sailing in the Croatian territorial waters, you need a valid nautical international certificate of competence (ICC) and a VHF radio license. If you are not sure your permit is adequate, please check here what boating licences issued from your country are competent for Croatian waters
Our flotilla sailing charters in Trogir or Zadar each count 10 sailing yachts. Yacht charter in Zadar has 10 monhull boats Bavaria 46 with 4 cabins. While Trogir fleet offers 10 different comfortable yachts Bavaria 41, Sun Odyssey 440 and catamaran Lagoon 400. Both our flotillas are contemporary equipped and customized for yacht rental purposes.
Before departure please read about the Sail Croatia Packing List for newbies and remember to pack light.
Flotilla charter is designed specially for "day skippers" who want additional support on their sailing week. You can also hire a local skipper if none of your crew owns adequate sailing license, or if you are insecure in your sailing abilities. We will be more than happy to offer the advice and assistance of our experienced croatian skippers that know the area and flotilla routes. They are knowledgeable, open-minded and fluent in English. Your skipper will sail the boat on the line-of-sight navigation and hold a "mini" sailing course if you wish to gain some maritime skills.
Croatia is statistically one of the safest countries in Europe. Overall crimes in Croatia are quite low making it extremely safe to travel around. By land, or at sea. This Mediterranean gem is the cradle of sailing holiday and among best European sailing destinations for families with kids, couples, or groups of friends wanting to spend a memorable vacation in a relaxing Mediterranean style.
With calm Adriatic sea, infinite coastline, abundance of sunshine, countless islands, moderate winds, warm hospitality and top-notch traditional locally-run cuisine, Croatian coast is perfect for flotilla vacations that you can participate as a beginner or an old salt.