Speedboat Quicksilver 675 Open · 2014
SCT Marina Trogir, Trogir, Croatia
- 8 max. guests
- 6.74 m long
- Captain optional
- 40 kn max speed
- 150 hp engine
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Rent a boat in Trogir to discover the magic of the Dalmatian coast. Less overcrowded than cities like Zadar or Split, it truly feels like paradise sailing here. Split between the mainland and an island, the town of Trogir is a true gem surrounded by turquoise waters, breathtaking hilly landscapes and historic streets. There are plenty of historic sites to admire in the city and many islands just off the coast to discover. Do you have a week to discover this magical part of Croatia by boat?
Wander around the beautiful historic streets of Trogir and enjoy a delicious meal in between, but don’t forget to explore the nature on the mainland as well as the surrounding islands. There are some truly magical beaches just waiting to be discovered.
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The city of Trogir was founded by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC and there are still remains of this era found here. However, in the centuries that followed different powers ruled over Trogir and the inhabitants of the city changed their attachments to different rulers a few times. The Venetians brought prosperity and growth to the city while the Saracens almost completely destroyed the city. Trogir became a UNESCO World Heritage site for its beautiful Venetian architecture.
Keep in mind that you can only reach the old historic part of Trogir by boat or by crossing the bridge, but getting there by boat is much more convenient.
There are many myths and legends surrounding the old town of Trogir. Myths about someone named Marin Kjudis, who was said to be the cause of the outbreak of the Black Death in the city in the Middle Ages. Learn more about this legend and others on one of the night walking tours while visiting different sites. It is not for the faint-hearted as these legends will definitely give you goosebumps in the dark of night.
More than 300 days filled with sunshine await you when visiting the stunning historical town of Trogir. The summers are hot and dry, while the winters are milder. However, the wind conditions are also ideal in the warmer summer months June, July and August. The Maestral winds bring a cooler breeze to the area in the summer months. Sailing season generally lasts from May until October and invites sailors from all over the world to practice their skills. July and August are the busiest and most expensive months of the year to come here for a boat holiday. You can always find cheaper boats off-season, but if you come here during the winter months the weather is a little more unpredictable and could change drastically from one moment to the next. That’s why we would only recommend more experienced sailors to come here during the winter months.
Plenty of marinas and safe bays make it the perfect place for mooring and anchoring at night without having to worry about anything.
Worried about having to spend too much money on a boat vacation in Trogir? Don’t worry, a holiday in this part of Croatia won’t break your bank. Prices can, of course, fluctuate depending on the season, but keep an eye out for the best deals with Zizoo all year round.
Renting a speedboat is the cheapest option for a boat vacation in Croatia, but keep in mind that they are not made for longer vacations. Some can only be chartered for a day. On average it costs 30 EUR per person per day to charter a speedboat in Croatia. Other types of boats might be more expensive, but are made for longer boat vacations with beds and baths on board. At an average price of 460 EUR per person per day a catamaran is the most expensive option for a boat rental in Croatia. On the contrary, a gulet would cost you only around 75 EUR per person per day on average. Rent a houseboat in Croatia at an average price of 80 EUR per person per day. Charter a motorboat in Trogir for an average price of 61 EUR per person per day. Want to make use of the perfect wind conditions in Trogir? Rent a sailboat in Trogir at an average price of 225 EUR per person per day.
Have you already decided on the type of boat holiday you would like to experience in Trogir? If you haven’t done so already, you should definitely have a think about it before deciding on the type of boat you would like to charter in Trogir. Charter a catamaran or motorboat if you want to explore the stunning coastline and the islands and a sailboat if you want to make use of the fantastic wind conditions.
Pros of renting a catamaran in Trogir
Charter a catamaran in Trogir if you like to find out what the most beautiful beaches in Croatia look like in reality. You might have already seen some stunning pictures, but nothing beats the real deal. Catamarans have a shallow draft, which makes them perfect for sailing in shallow waters.
A catamaran rental in Trogir is a great choice for anyone who likes to have options. Don’t settle for just a sailboat or a motorboat, choose a catamaran. They come with a motor as well as a sail and you can decide whether you want to sail with the wind or drive with the engine. It is also great to have a plan B to fall back on. The wind might suddenly stop blowing while you're sailing with your sail, but that doesn’t mean that you should get stuck in the middle of the sea. You can simply revert back to using the engine to reach your next destination.
Rent a catamaran in Trogir if you want to enjoy more space! This is one of the main criteria why people decide on renting a catamaran. Standing on two hulls allows for more space on board. This means bigger bedrooms and more space on deck. The two hulls give catamarans more stability as well. This means that they feel less shaky when the wind picks up.
If you decide to hire a captain in addition to your bareboat catamaran charter in Trogir, you will be pleased to know that catamarans will give you more privacy than other types of boats as the steering wheel is located on top of the galley.
Cons of renting a catamaran in Trogir
You are probably very excited about all the extra space on board a catamaran charter in Trogir, but keep in mind that this also means that it is more difficult to find a spot for mooring in the marinas and that you might have to pay extra for all the extra space you’d be hogging.
Pros of renting a sailboat in Trogir
Rent a sailboat in Trogir if you want to sail with the power of the wind. There is nothing more powerful than feeling this connection with mother nature that you can only feel when you’re completely and utterly at her mercy. Are you ready for this experience? The wind conditions in this part of Dalmatia are fantastic, making it also the perfect place for novice sailors.
Charter a sailboat in Trogir if you care about the environment. As you rely completely on the wind to move your boat most of the time, you won’t use the small engine that it is equipped with - only for docking when the tides and winds are not ideal.
Cons of renting a sailboat in Trogir
If the wind suddenly stops blowing, you might get stuck in the middle of the sea and have to wait patiently for the wind to pick up again. A lot of the more modern sailboats do have an engine, but they are not really made for longer distances. So you might keep it for emergencies.
Pros of renting a motorboat in Trogir
A big advantage of a motorboat rental in Trogir is the fact that motorboats have a shallow draft. This makes them the ideal boats for sailing in shallow waters and perfect for exploring the most beautiful beaches of Dalmatia.
Cons of renting a motorboat in Trogir
However, chartering a motorboat in Trogir might end up one of the most expensive options when it comes to a boat vacation. As motorboats need petrol to run, you need to pay for all the petrol you’re using on your vacation. So don’t be surprised by a big bill at the end of your trip.
Charter a luxury yacht in Trogir if you want to experience the most relaxing holiday you can get - and have the necessary cash, of course. You can always find basic amenities like a fridge, freezer, stove and coffee machine on board a luxurious yacht and most even have a SUP and snorkelling gear as well for some extra fun. There are even some incredibly luxurious yachts with a jacuzzi on deck.
Anyone who plans on renting a boat in Trogir needs to be in possession of a valid boat licence as well as a VHF radio licence. This is required by the Croatian authorities to keep Croatian waters safe. If you don’t have a valid boat licence just yet, but plan on getting one, you can always take a test via the Administration of Maritime and Port Authority authorities. Once you’ve passed the test, you can obtain your boat licence and rent a boat in Trogir or anywhere else in Croatia.
Discover Trogir and the Dalmatian coast as well as the magnificent islands in the surrounding area. Solta, Brac and Korcula are just three of the islands you have to visit on your trip to the Dalmatian coast. If you get a chance, make sure to plan a day trip to Split as well. The magical historical centre is going to blow you away!
Day 1 - Sail from Trogir to Milna: Before heading to the island of Brac and the lovely town of Milna, make sure that you get your history fix in Trogir. Admire beautiful Venetian architecture, explore historical sites like Kamerlengo Castle or Cipiko Palace. Upon arrival in Milna you should head out to explore the lovely beaches surrounding the town, including Osibova Bay, Beach Rt Bijaka and Hana Beach. The unique rock formations give those beaches a magical look and feel. Milna is also known for its fantastic diving opportunities.
Day 2 - Sail from Milna to Stari Grad: Your next stop is Stari Grad on the island of Hvar, a town that is most commonly known as the oldest town in Croatia. The Fortress of Petar Hektorović is just one of them. Also famous for its vineyards and olive groves, you should take a wine tour to learn more about the processes of making the wine and, of course, get a taste of these delicious local wines. Surrounded by pine trees it is also a fantastic place to take a break from sailing for a couple of hours.
Day 3 - Sail from Stari Grad to Hvar / Palmižana: Before sailing to Palmižana on the tiny island of Sveti Klement, you should take a few hours to explore Hvar town. The Venetian empire also ruled over this part of Croatia for a few centuries which gives the town its lovely Venetian look and feel. You should arrive in Palmižana right in time for the sunset. It is a truly magical experience you wouldn’t want to miss. Peak of Razor Shrubs on the southside of the island is a scenic place with beautiful rocks surrounded by turquoise waters.
Day 4 - Sail from Hvar to Vis: The island of Vis is home to some of the most stunning beaches. Mala Pritišćina, a very small public beach in the midst of a small rocky bay, is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the island. Stiniva Beach is a beautiful beach located in a small picturesque cove. Hike up Mount Hum to experience a magnificent sunrise or sunset and to enjoy the fantastic views overlooking the Adriatic sea. Tito’s Cave is an interesting historical site you wouldn’t want to miss as a history nerd.
Day 5 - Sail from Vis to Komiža: Make your way to Komiža, still on the island of Vis. Known as the filming location of the second Mamma Mia film, the town has become a popular tourist destination. Uvala Mlin is one of the sites where the movie was filmed. Rent a bunch of quads for an adrenaline filled adventure. Not far from Komiža is Perna beach, a wonderful pebble beach surrounded by turquoise waters. You can easily access the beach with your Trogir boat rental.
Day 6 - Sail from Komiža to Maslinica (Šolta): Your next destination is Maslinica on the island of Šolta. This sleepy little town is perfect for anyone who simply wants to rewind, but doesn’t appreciate being in a completely secluded area. The harbour itself is a stunning site that every visitor ultimately has to see upon arrival.
Day 7 - Sail from Maslinica (Šolta) to Trogir: The last day of your sailing adventure in Trogir has arrived, so it is inevitable that you have to return to the town where everything started. Before you take your boat back to the charter, you should stop by Kava Beach or Seget Vranjica Beach for a quick dip in the Adriatic. After all, you’re going back to reality and might not get a chance to swim in the sea anytime soon.
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