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Top 5 Destinations to Rent a Yacht in Croatia

Croatia boasts over 1,000 islands and crystal clear seas, making it an ideal yacht rental destination. Explore quiet coves or visit charming coastal cities; there’s something special waiting for you here.

Croatia offers an unrivalled blend of historic and modern appeal, from Dubrovnik’s World Heritage-listed city status to its bustling cafes and clubs of Split.


Dubrovnik offers something for everyone from its beautiful beaches and aquamarine waters, to historic landmarks of its Old Town and stunning architecture – making your vacation experience truly memorable! Dubrovnik’s exquisite architecture and picturesque turquoise coastline will guarantee an unforgettable vacation experience.

Start your day right by starting with a delicious croissant and cappuccino at Gradska Kavana Arsenal and leisurely exploring its old-world streets and charming corner cafes. After that, take a walking tour along the city walls for stunning views over Old Town’s red roofs and cobalt Adriatic Sea.

Join a Game of Thrones walking tour in Dubrovnik to see where its set was created for HBO’s hit television show or take the cable car to Mount Srd for breathtaking views of city walls, rooftops, terracotta tiles and blue skies!

Mljet National Park

Mljet National Park is one of Croatia’s most spectacular natural attractions, situated on the island of Mljet and featuring two picturesque salt water lakes: Veliko Jezero (Large Lake) and Malo Jezero (Small Lake).

Attractions at Great Lake National Park include a small island containing a 12th-century Benedictine monastery located on an adjacent small island in the Great Lake. Tickets also provide round trip boat transportation from and back to this destination.

The ideal way to reach the park is by ferry, with services leaving regularly from Dubrovnik and Split. A catamaran may offer faster travel. Additionally, renting out a private boat offers more personalized experiences; depending on season needs you may need to reserve it early.

Krka National Park

Krka National Park stands out as one of Croatia’s premier natural wonders with its sparkling emerald waters and cascading waterfalls, making for a memorable visit within driving distance of Split city – perfect for both day trips and overnight stays!

Although the main attraction of the park are its waterfalls, visitors will also find plenty of nature and history to appreciate here. For example, its river valley houses various species of plant life; visitors may even spot animals such as wolves and terrapins!

Skradinski Buk, Roski Slap and Manojlovacki Waterfalls are among the park’s most beloved sights, while Ozidana Pecina Cave and Krka Monastery also make for great activities to do while visiting. To maximize enjoyment it’s best to plan a visit during shoulder season to avoid crowds.


Hvar is often visited by celebrities and wealthy revellers accustomed to five-star luxury, making its white-stoned Venetian Renaissance buildings and priceless artworks an exciting journey of discovery. Hvar Town serves as its main yacht hub while other parts of the island offer authentic experiences such as beach bars or quiet retreats for relaxed relaxation.

Pakleni Islands’ rocky beaches offer all-natural bathing experiences, while some, like Zdrilca and Jerolim (on St Clement Island), serve as nudist beaches. You can access them either by renting a speedboat from Hvar Boats, or taking a water taxi service.

Looking at a town from the water is an unusually revealing view, especially when the focus is on partying! Carpe Diem, Hula Hula and Kiva all provide day and nighttime dancing to DJs or live music – though be wary that prices might exceed expectations.


Korcula Island, famed as the birthplace of legendary explorer Marco Polo, offers stunning yachting destinations with cultural and natural wonders aplenty.

History lovers will enjoy exploring the old town with its magnificent stone walls and majestic towers, fishbone-style streets, medieval houses, churches and palaces – it truly makes a compelling sight!

Guided tours of the old town will unveil many fascinating tales about its rich history and present the Moreska sword dance and drama as an eye-opening piece of local culture.

Korcula yacht charters provide the ideal opportunity to sample its wines. Family-run vineyards specialize in Posip grapes that make the ideal addition to a delicious cocktail while admiring Croatia’s Adriatic scenery from your vessel deck.

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