Yacht Sailing in the Adriatic Sea
Looking to explore and relax for few days on a private yacht? Then this is the experience for you! Warm Mediterranean breeze, sparkling clear Adriatic waters, fine cuisine, wine and the myriads of islands to explore… this is what awaits you! You will be astound by the sheer beauty of this Eastern Mediterranean paradise, represented by a combination of lush greenery, fantastic history, numerous UNESCO heritage sites, rich culture, fresh Mediterranean cuisine and a lively atmosphere. There are many ways of exploring this Mediterranean paradise, but there is only one way of exploring it in a true style, and that is by means of a sailing yacht.
Lovers of island-hopping will get their fair share of Adriatic waters and Croatia on this trip. With hundreds of unspoiled islands along the Dalmatian coast, there are plenty of hideaways as well as vibrant hot-spots to choose from. Whether you are into a bustling night-life or secluded anchorages, Croatia has everything and anything for all! The Northern Adriatic and the Kornati Archipelago offer more serenity with the Southern Croatian coastline being livelier and more energetic.
Fun in the water
Yacht guest travelling to Croatia will find a huge selection of beaches, from small coves with pebbles and rocks through to beautiful secluded sandy beaches that can only be approached by a boat. The sea is crystal clear and, as opposed to many Mediterranean coastlines, still teaming with underwater life - so get your snorkelling and diving gear out and ask your Captain and crew for the best areas to explore under water. As well as diving and sunbathing, there are plenty of other water activities to engage in. Luxury yachts available in Croatia all include a good selection of various water toys which are at guests' disposal. Yacht tenders, jet skis, water skis, donuts, bananas, water slides and other toys can be found aboard these vessels.
If you are passionate about fine cuisine and wine, be prepared to indulge in a variety of Mediterranean produce and dishes while on your tour. Made of the best and finest ingredients on the market, and often source fresh produce from the local growers and producers. Croatia coastal region is mainly represented by fresh seafood and fish, accompanied by fresh salads and various vegetables, and the use of locally produced olive oil. The dishes are often paired with fine Dalmatian wines from the local vine-growers and producers. You will find a large Mediterranean influence and a wide variety of dishes to choose from.
Yacht is divided in two areas, cockpit (outside) includes living room, small kitchen, sunbeds, shower and cabins (inside) with living room, kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms (master bedroom in the front and bedroom in the back)
Top Croatia Yachting Destinations
Brac is the third largest island in Croatia and perhaps the most famous thanks to the small village called Bol and it's very photogenic Golden Horn beach. The island is covered in pine forests, olive groves and vast vineyards with a somewhat romantic feel to it. It has a wealth of cultural and historical heritage dating back to the prehistoric times, unique cuisine and lovely beaches.
With its UNESCO Heritage site the 'Old Town Dubrovnik', Dubrovnik is a must stopover on any Croatia yacht charter. Step into the world of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque walking the narrow cobbled streets awing at the fascinating architecture this beautiful city has on offer. After a day of culture and history, enjoy a fabulous meal in one of the many fine-dining restaurants recommended by your Captain and the crew, followed by a cocktail or two with other jet-sets in an exclusive night club. If loud music and dancing is not your thing, you could sample some of Croatia's excellent wines in one of the relaxed and quaint little wine bars or sip on a late night coffee watching the passersby. Dubrovnik's high stone city walls are a trademark of this city, and other attractions such as Luza Square, Stradun, Sponza Palace, Orlando's Column, the City Hall, the National Theatre, the Rector's Palace, the Bishop's Palace and the grand facade of the Baroque Cathedral are all well worth visiting.
Hvar, a gorgeous Croatian island, is a popular stop-over for discerning yacht charterers and elite. It is also known as the Queen of the Dalmatian Islands, priding itself on having several stunning Gothic palaces, romantic marble stone streets, 13th-century walls as well as plenty of fantastic night-clubs, bars, up-market restaurants and cafes. Hvar is a perfect destination for families or friends looking for quality service, great beaches as well as ancient history and cultural heritage.
Well known for its traditional Knights' dance celebrating the Turkish assaults on the island, Korcula is one of the destinations to include in your Croatia yacht charter itinerary. This beautiful island, covered with lush green forests of Aleppo pine, cypress and oak trees welcomes its visitors with a colourful cultural heritage and interesting legends. Stroll the enchanting narrow cobbled streets of the town of Korcula, surrounded by 13th-century walls.
Approaching Mljet aboard your Croatia motor yacht or sailing yacht you will be witnessing one of the most beautiful and greenest islands of the Adriatic. Mljet is also home to the Mljet National Park boasting two interconnecting salt-lakes of Veliko Jazero and Malo Jazero. The lakes are proclaimed unique geological and oceanographic phenomenons of worldwide importance, with origins dating back 10, 0000 years. An interesting fact about these lakes is that they were freshwater lakes up until the Christian era. Beautiful rich forests descend all the way down to the lakes, thus creating an impression of an unspoiled natural environment. The Benedictine Monastery of St. Mary from the 12th century is situated on the Big Lake, and represents an important part in the history which dates back to the Illyrian tribes, the Roman Empire and the Republic of Dubrovnik.
Travel to Pula to admire its magnificent roman ruins that incorporate remains of an ancient roman amphitheatre, still standing as an imposing structure on the higher point of the city port. The city is located at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula with a great tradition in fishing shipbuilding and winemaking. There are beautiful beaches running almost one hundred miles along the stunning coastline, as well as outstanding restaurants, bars, boutiques and souvenir shops in town. There are many events organised throughout the year in Pula, with one of the most famous events being the International Film Festival. For hiking enthusiasts, the city is surrounded by the lush Brijuni National Park.
Split or Spalato in Italian, with its Adriatic feel and ancient Roman roots, is another popular stopover for Croatia boat charterers and the second largest city in Croatia. Boasting of a unique cultural heritage and various events, Split is a fantastic holiday destination in any season. A meeting point of modern lifestyle with traditionalism, this city is always vibrating with life and energy. Here you will find UNESCO's Diocletian's Palace as well as numerous bars, night clubs, exclusive restaurants, high-fashion boutiques and other fun places to visit.
Intriguing history and cultural heritage make Sibenik another destination worthwhile visiting. The archipelago of the Sibenik Riviera is made up of 242 islands, islets and reefs boasting of picturesque coves, pristine sea and tranquility. In this area you will find the Krka and Kornati national parks, and the towns of Sibenik, Vodice, Primosten, Rogoznica and the island of Murter being perhaps the most renowned to visitors. Sibenik town is located in a gorgeous bay, where the river Krka flows into the sea. Historical monuments to visit in Sibenik include Cathedral of St Jacob, St Krsevan church, St. Francis church, the city hall and the St Michael, St Ivan, Subidavac and St Nicholas fortresses.
Sukosan is a picturesque little town located in the Zlatna Luka bay, about 7km south-east of Zadar. Sukosan is known for its vineyards, olive groves and farming as well as a sought after destination amongst sailors thanks to its marina Dalmacija - the largest marina of the Adriatic Coast. The marina represent a meeting point between two important vacation hot spots - Sukosan and Bibinje, both renowned for their rich history and colourful traditions, as well as an important stopover for yachtsman and sailors. Interesting monuments to visit in Sukosan include the Church of Our Lady of Mercy, situated in the centre of the old village and dating back to 1650. Other historical sites include the church of St Cassian, All Saints Church, Crkva Sv. Martina, The Upper Gate, or the 15th century Archdiocesan mansion - Palac.
Trogir represents one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic coast in Croatia, with the main 'centre' of Trogir being a small island located between the hills and the coast of the island of Ciovo. The entire Trogir Riviera is made up of 20 islands, islets, small counties and little villages, making this area a lovely destination to visit aboard a luxury yacht. Its rich history was built upon the old Greek, Roman and Venetian culture, offering plenty of churches, towers, fortresses and other monuments to visit. Torgir is also on the list of UNESCO world heritages sites.
Also located on the Trogir Riviera is the small and quaint little fishing town of Vinisce. The first mention of Vinisce dates back to 1272, although it is believed that it was inhabited much earlier. There are numerous beautiful churches to visit with the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary being the most important, as well as the church of St Antun Padovanski from the 18th century. Several beautiful bays can be found around Vinisce with attractive pebble and sand beaches. Yacht charterers will find a good selection of lovely restaurants, cafes, bars as well as souvenir shops. Vinisce is a great location for surfing, swimming, sunbathing, snorkelling or simply relaxing enjoying its warm Mediterranean atmosphere.
Although Montenegro is a country of its own, many Croatia charter vacations start or finish in this enchanting place situated south of Croatia in the Eastern Mediterranean. You will be instantly captured by the beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Kotor and the Bay of Kotor, also known as Boka. It used to be called Europe's southernmost fjord and runs about 28km from the open sea to the harbour of the city of Kotor, offering lush green scenery and awe-inspiring panoramas.
- 2 Cabin Sailing Yacht
- Experienced Skipper
- Final Cleaning
- Damage Waiver Insurance
- Airport Transfers
- Local Taxes