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With 1,800 km of mainland coastline and 1,246 islands, a boat holiday in Croatia is the perfect way to explore this Adriatic gem. From the unspoilt Elaphiti islands to the party island of Hvar and the historic cities of Dubrovnik and Split, a boat trip in Croatia is the only way to see it all.
Browse through our charter options and whether you want to hire a catamaran in Split or hire a catamaran in Dubrovnik, we can help you create the perfect itinerary. When you hire a boat in Croatia, you can truly explore this stunning destination at your leisure.
The Croatian coastline enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate. This means you can charter a catamaran in Croatia any time from April-September as the weather remains mild and the waters calm throughout these months. However, those who want to avoid the crowds would do best to hire a catamaran outside of the peak holiday months of July and August.
⚓ Marina Punat Krk Island: Built in the 1960s, Punat is Croatia’s oldest marina. With 800 wet berths and excellent facilities for boaters it’s little wonder that this marina has won numerous awards.
⚓ Marina Kornati Biograd Na Moru: Another vast marina, Kornati also has excellent facilities. It becomes very busy each year at the time of the Biograd Boat Show, but is also an ideal place to stop in order to explore either Zadar, Šibenik or the stunning Vransko Lake.
⚓ Olive Island Marina Ugljan Island: This marina is arguably the best ‘small’ marina in Croatia. Located on a picturesque part of Ugljan Island, it’s the perfect place for a quiet sojourn after a trip to the bustling nearby city of Zadar.
⚓ D-Marin Mandalina Šibenik: This marina has two main benefits, one is its location in the most stunning sailing region in Croatia and the other is the fact that it is protected from wind and waves, making it the safest marina in the country.
When you hire a yacht in Croatia it’s really easy to explore the very best of the country. Here are the top five things to do when you charter a catamaran in Croatia.
⚓ Moor up at Dubrovnik and spend the day exploring this beautifully preserved, UNESCO protected medieval walled-city. Stay to enjoy dinner and a drink in the stunning Old Town.
⚓ Snorkelling is popular in many locations. Top spots include Odisej Cave at Mljet Island and Korcula Island where you can discover the underwater beauty of the Adriatic Sea.
⚓ Book your berth space at Split’s ACI Marina for the night before and visit the vast and amazing fourth century Diocletian’s Palace as early as possible in the morning, before the crowds arrive.
⚓ Spend some time on the exclusive island of Hvar, the most glamourous of Croatia’s resorts- the place to see and be seen.
Browse through our Croatia catamaran rentals today where you’ll find boats for large groups as well as an optional skipper and a variety of itinerary start points. Whether you want to hire a catamaran in Zadar or hire a catamaran in Pula, our luxury boats will give you the perfect opportunity to see this beautiful country at its very best.