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Yacht Charter Split Croatia – The Epicenter of Culture

Split Croatia yacht charter

An unforgettable yacht charter experience awaits in Split Croatia. Start by visiting UNESCO-listed Palace of Diocletian, then continue exploring notable landmarks such as Saint Domnius Cathedral.

Head back out for an exquisite evening of world-class cuisine and sunset wine tasting in one of the city’s many wineries, where you can savor cuttlefish brujet and other local delicacies like cuttlefish aioli!

1. Summer

Split is one of the premier starting ports to embark on a yacht charter journey through Croatia. This vibrant city stands as an epicenter of culture, boasting both its UNESCO heritage and modern energy in an ever-evolving mix. Cobbled streets, terracotta roofs and breathtaking architecture surrounded by sapphire seas make Split an essential stop on any itinerary through this coastal gem.

Split is best visited during its summer months from May through October on a yacht charter, though be prepared for crowds in July and August. For slightly lower prices and reduced crowds book your trip during May, June or September instead.

From Split, a yacht charter heading south will discover Hvar and its idyllic islands; an absolute must for every cruise ship passenger. Next will come Pakleni islands (known in Croatian as hell islands), before docking along Vis’ southern coastline for exploration of its lush vineyards and olive groves.

2. Winter

Yachting through Croatia’s glittering islands near Split can be one of the best yachting experiences you will ever have. While Hvar is well known, other gems to discover include Pakleni Islands – also known as Hell Islands in Croatian.

Sailing in June marks the start of peak sailing season without being overcrowded. Sea temperature allows for comfortable swimming without needing a wetsuit and towns and islands will become active. Explore timeworn center of Split’s churches and restaurants to feel its distinctive atmosphere; or visit its fortress for breathtaking views over harbour, town and breathtaking mountains.

Boat charter in Split is available all year long, but for maximum enjoyment we advise visiting at the tail ends of high season in May, June or September to avoid crowds and higher prices. Warm temperatures remain in May, June or September while prices remain significantly less than during high season.

3. Spring

Yacht charter in Split is an unforgettable way to explore Croatia’s breathtaking beauty, famous for its breathtaking blue waters, lush landscapes and scenic seashores. An experienced sailor or someone seeking an exciting new adventure – renting a Split boat rental is the ideal way to spend your Mediterranean paradise vacation.

Split’s peak sailing season falls during June, July, and August; however there are many good reasons to visit during spring or fall as well, such as warmer temperatures, calm seas and smaller crowds.

Hvar is one of the premier destinations to dock during a week-long Split yacht charter, known for its picturesque olive groves, lavender fields, vineyards and stunning beaches with turquoise to deep blue water ranging in hue. Hvar provides the ideal place for relaxation and taking advantage of summer sunshine!

4. Fall

September and October are ideal times for renting a yacht in Split, when temperatures remain warm yet not as oppressively so. Additionally, marinas become less crowded and cheaper to stay at during this period.

Your charter begins in Split, home to the Roman Palace of Diocletian, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and deserves to be explored for its rich history and culture.

Some bareboat yachts that depart from Split tend to head south toward Hvar and then loop back, or head northward to Kornati Islands where you can explore this remarkable national park.

An unforgettable cruise on a skippered yacht will allow you to relax and take in all of Croatia’s magnificent sights from its comfort of your private boat. Benefit from your skipper’s local knowledge as they show you the most memorable spots.

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