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Croatia Boat Charter – The Best Places to See on Your Croatia Boat Charter

Croatia boat charter

Croatia is one of Europe’s most stunning coastal nations, boasting idyllic beaches and unforgettable Mediterranean cuisine. Its rich history and breathtaking landscape draw increasing numbers of yacht charter vacationers year-on-year.

No matter if you want to explore Croatia on board a crewed catamaran or bareboat sail boat, our Charter Experts will design an itinerary specifically for your yachting experience.


Croatia offers stunning beaches, picturesque islands and medieval towns that make it one of the world’s premier sailing destinations. Your yacht charter from Split could take you into hidden coves with crystal waters. Hike through lush forests in Marjan Park or see waterfalls at Krka National Park before visiting Brac, Hvar and Korcula island hop or vis to witness its famous Blue Cave!

Your skipper has all of the local knowledge necessary to take you to hidden spots that you wouldn’t discover on your own, while Navigare Carefree makes your charter experience worry-free!

sailing trips from Split offer something for every taste, whether that’s romantic getaways with loved ones or exciting adventure with friends. Reserve your yacht rental through Sailo free of charge and you’ll have 24 hours to decide if it’s the perfect yacht rental; your skipper will then contact you shortly thereafter to start planning the ultimate vacation experience!


Dubrovnik, one of the finest-preserved ancient coastal cities, was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site due to its culture. Dubrovnik also serves as one of the primary filming locations for Game of Thrones; making this picturesque Croatian town an attraction for visitors with stunning marble streets, impressive churches and unspoiled beaches attracting them year after year.

Dubrovnik makes for an ideal starting point for cruises to the stunning Elaphiti Islands, where you’ll discover picturesque churches, palaces and pine forests to discover as you sail through the startling blue-green Adriatic Sea. Enjoy picturesque beaches and charming villages on every turn along this remarkable journey!

ACI marina Dubrovnik is within walking distance of Dubrovnik Old Town and features a comprehensive array of facilities for sailors. To explore further, moor in Sipan on Elaphiti Island where there are ancient ruins, churches and palaces that you can explore before continuing north to Korcula or Mljet – discovering Croatia’s Mediterranean climate and long sailing season will unveil an abundance of delights combining rich history, breathtaking landscapes and thrilling experiences!


Korcula is a small but beautiful town nestled between sea and striking mountains, much like Dubrovnik in Croatia. Reminiscent of old French Riviera resorts such as Nice or Cannes, Korcula provides a relaxed pace, well-preserved walls, outdoor markets and ancient churches that all serve to enhance its experience as well as provide access to nearby islands with pebbly beaches and wild deer roaming freely around. Furthermore, it claims as being Marco Polo’s birthplace while hosting many festival traditions throughout summer that make for memorable stays.

Make sure to catch an after-dark performance of Moreska, an intriguing traditional sword dance + drama performed Monday and Thursday evenings during summer in Korcula town.

Lesic Dimitri Palace boasts one of the finest eateries on the island with the LD Restaurant at Lesic Dimitri Palace being among them. Attracting diners with fresh ingredient-focused cuisine inspired by traditional Dalmatian fare. You can dine alfresco on its terrace or indoors in its chic upstairs dining room; in February 2020 LD received its Michelin star award! Additionally, Lesic Dimitri Palace itself is an exquisite 16th century palace overlooking Peljesac Channel.


Mljet Island is an unspoiled slice of Croatia’s heritage that draws visitors with ancient folklore and its protected park. Yacht charter guests find it irresistibly compelling to experience this stunning island with all its mysterious allure.

Mljet Island boasts an expansive national park featuring two saltwater lakes surrounded by dense woodland. Pomena port serves as a popular hub for yachts anchored at Hotel Odisej.

Mljet Island is an idyllic destination that forms an integral part of sailing cruise itineraries from Split or Dubrovnik. Some island-hopping voyages stop here while others dedicate more than one day here as part of their adventures. Visits to the Island of Mljet are musts for those interested in discovering everything South Dalmatia has to offer: taste fine cuisine in sparkling marinas; relax by sparkling waters on unspoiled islands; hike through scenic national parks… an adventure through South Dalmatia promises an unforgettable holiday vacation on board an unspoilt yacht charter through this region of Croatia ensures an unforgettable holiday awaits them!

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