Opting for Croatia as your next yacht charter destination is one of the best decisions you can make.
As a top charter destination for Europeans, Croatia reveals the magic of sailing the "Mediterranean As It Once Was" to those who explore from a private yacht.
Here are a few reasons why you might want to charter a yacht in Croatia for your next holidays:
Due to its history, Croatia remains unspoiled by tourism
Many yachts to choose from available, including newer fleets
The Kornati National Park offers breathtaking cruising grounds
Plenty of good deals at the beginning and end of summer
Chartering a yacht in Croatia
Croatia, freed from its history of political turmoil, has emerged as one of the most appealing cruising grounds in Europe. Having been spared from the massive buildup of tourism, Croatia offers some of the most stunning and unspoiled landscapes in Europe. Home to thousands of islands, 1185 of them, each one is different and exceptional with its own story to tell. The entire Adriatic coast is a journey filled with breathtaking beauty and adventure. Many believe Croatia offers the best yacht charter cruising in the world today. Be sure to charter a yacht in Croatia while its coastline is still unspoiled and not overwhelmed by tourists. Don't postpone your plans too long!
With the very recent rebirth of tourism, some of the most comfortable accommodations may be found on yachts in Croatia. Even non-sailors opt for crewed charters over hotels, as the quality of lodging is often better. A plethora of brand new yachts are also available for charter in Croatia. Indeed, Croatia may be home to the youngest fleets of yachts in the Mediterranean. Keep in mind, however; that catamarans are always the first yachts to be booked. So, plan your yacht charter well in advance for the best selection.
There is a great effort to protect the ecologically unspoiled nature of Croatia. Croatia is renowned for its turquoise waters, which are pristine and ideal for swimming. With so many islands and small ports, you can stop as many times as you like or sail for as long as you desire.
Croatia is truly a yacht charter destination that has it all.
Itineraries for yachts charters in Croatia
One-way itineraries are particularly appropriate to the Croatian coastline. They allow for more extensive exploration without doubling back. We have found the route from Split to Dubrovnik to be the most popular and the most convenient yacht charter itinerary in Croatia with the direction of the wind and location of airports. This region, known as Dalmatia is renowned for its scenic beauty, bays, and harbors. A chain of islands that naturally protects the coastline. The Dalmatian islands are rich in history, tradition, unique beauty, and natural phenomena. Dalmatia also includes several national parks that are tourist attractions in their own right. In particular, the archipelago known as the Kornati National Park is just one of the areas we highlight.
Split: a unique destination for yachts charters in Croatia
The largest Croatian city on the Adriatic coast. It has 17 centuries of history. Many of Split's historical and cultural buildings can be found within the walls of the 4th century Diocletian Palace. Split is a perfect jumping-off point to explore the Dalmatian Islands on your way down to Dubrovnik.
Charter a yacht in the Kornati
The 140 Kornati Islands offer the ultimate Croatian cruising experience. A large part has been designated a National Park because of its natural beauty. For the most part, the islands are uninhabited. Cruising the Kornati Islands is very manageable with an easy line-of-sight sailing in wonderful conditions.
Dubrovnik: Chartering a yacht in the pearl of Croatia
The Pearl of the Adriatic has been restored to its former beauty. Words do not give justice to this dazzling city with marble-paved squares, narrow cobbled streets, churches, palaces, monasteries surrounded by fortifications, and magnificent medieval walls.
Pula: a good destination for Croatian yacht charters
An important port located at the southeast end of the Istrian Peninsula. Pula offers the best of its three-thousand-year history in an Italian-influenced modern city. Beaches stretch along its beautiful and indented coastline. Cruising from here is a blend of sheltered sailing and more challenging longer sails with stronger steady winds.
General Tips for yacht charters in Croatia
Like the rest of the Mediterranean, Croatia offers warm days, clear blue skies, and calm winds during the summer season. Charters begin and end on Saturdays, especially during the summer season. Influenced by its neighbors and an abundance of fresh ingredients, Croatia has been said to be the next great gastronomic destination. You will find many fascinating differences from island to island, but the cuisine of Dalmatia is the Mediterranean in style. Many claims that the seafood of the Adriatic is some of the best in the world because of the sea's unique geographical location. Croatian cuisine is simple in its preparation. Pulling into the many ports, one will be tempted by all the wonderful cafes and restaurants. A hostess/cook may not be necessary for a yacht charter in Croatia. There are so many dining options from which to choose. Compared to the rest of the Mediterranean, they are very inexpensive, and you will want to try them all.
The coastal region enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. In the north and east, it is continental, and Mediterranean along the Adriatic coast with 2,600 hours of sunlight on average yearly and a semi-highland and highland climate in the south-central region. Few navigators can boast of climatic conditions where winds blow gently and steadily from both usual and well-known directions, such as the summer mistral and the winter north and south winds, perfect conditions for a yacht charter in Croatia.
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