Croatia is one of Europe’s most stunning sailing grounds with more than 1,200 islands off this part of the Adriatic coast. From our bases in Dubrovnik, Trogir, Zaton and, new for 2018, Pula, you can explore the Kornati and Krka national parks with their waterfalls, lively ports, uninhabited islands and protected coves. Sound like your kind of paradise? Get in touch to book your dream yacht charter and discover the wonder of the Adriatic for yourself.Read more
You’ll find thousands of islands, impressive waterfalls, westerly Mistral winds, hospitable towns, clean ports and lively fishing communities in this multicultural region. Bask in a warm, Mediterranean climate and explore the Adriatic’s blue-green seas and rocky coastline with secluded coves.
We’re excited to introduce our newest Croatian base at Pula on the Istrian peninsula, a fantastic gateway to hop between islands in the Kvarner Gulf. Make for the Brijuni Islands and the Brijuni National Park, a densely wooded area that has some safari animals. Continue your adventure by sailing to Cres and Lošinj in the south where Greek myths echo among the islands’ villages of today. This is where it is believed Jason and the Argonauts took the golden fleece. Set sail for Rab to find secluded coves on the Kvarner Gulf’s most beautiful isle, or head to Pag to try the famous cheese at Kolan.
From our Zaton base, near Šibenik, you can sail up river and anchor a short walk from the impressive seven waterfalls at Krka National Park. You can also head to the Kornati National Park with its 140 uninhabited islands. It’s considered a “nautical paradise” with many reefs and inlets to explore amid calm waters. At our Trogir base, sail to Hvar for its nightlife, restaurants and beautiful inlets and coves. Or you can trace the Game of Thrones trail at the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik.
Dream Yacht Charter in Croatia: Our fleet in Croatia has a diverse range of models and manufacturers of catamarans and monohulls. Our bases are centrally located along the Adriatic in the cities of Dubrovnik, Trogir, Zaton, near Šibenik, and Pula where you can discover wildlife and ancient walled cities. If you need help planning your charter, check out our inspirational itineraries section. Get in touch with our team to find out more.
What our customers say: “The staff at Zaton marina were superb, very friendly, professional and extremely helpful.”
The time difference in Croatia is Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) +2 hours. Passports valid for 3 months beyond the date of departure are required for American, Australian, English and Canadian travelers, but no visa is required for stays under 90 days. Australian, Canadian and US citizens must have a return ticket in their possession upon entering Croatia. Croatia allows EU nationals to enter the country with a valid national identity card (no passport or visa required). The Croatian Government requires all recreational skippers chartering Croatian flagged vessels to have an International Certificate of Competence (ICC) license. Talk to us to make sure you have the correct documents before you travel.