Yacht charter in the Croatian coast is the perfect getaway. You will fine lot of islands, nice ports where you can stop and shop all the time you want. The Croatian Coastline is about 5800km. The majority belong to islands, reefs and cliffs. In the West coast where the main beaches are located and is the most popular tourist destination. In Croatia you can find mountains in the north, plain in the eastern side and of course the coast at the West.
You must charter a yacht in Croatia to cruise the Adriatic and visit their many islands including of course Venice in Italy. The best if you have the time, is embark in Venice and do one way cruise around the Adriatic coast all the way to Dubrovnik or Monte Negro. You will be disembarking on any of those ports. In Croatia you can rent sailing yachts, luxury motor yacht, mega yacht or catamaran. Croatia yacht rental and charter yachts will come with a fully crew and service you will never forget.
Croatia Yacht charters Itinerary
Day 1:Start your Croatian adventure in the beautiful walled city of Dubrovnik. The wall completely encloses the Old City which has been fully rebuilt since the war. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and bars, plus many historical sites to visit, all within a leisurely stroll of each other.
Day 2:The first island of your charter will be Mljet. The entire western corner of Mljet is a National Park, filled with oak and pine forests. Anchor in the bay off the small village of Polace, with its Roman ruins. Visit the Monastery of St. Mary, located by the larger of two connected inland salt water lakes.
Day 3:Korcula, reputed birthplace of Marco Polo, is our next island stop. Anchor in one of the many small bays and enjoy swimming in the crystal clear waters. The village of Korcula, besides featuring the house that Marco Polo was supposedly born in, is home to a weekly Moreska, which is an intricate fighting dance performed with swords.
Day 4:Today it’s off to Vis, with a quick stop at Bisevo and its famous Blue Cave. During the late morning the light shines through the waters of a submerged side entrance, bathing the cave in fabulous blue light. A quick swim in the limpid waters before heading to Vis. This remote and rocky island has been transformed from a forbidden army base to a holiday hotspot. Choose between Vis town, popular with the yachty crowd, or the quiet fishing village of Komiza to anchor for the night.
Day 5:Hvar town, on the island of the same name, is the closest Croatia comes to Cannes. Swirling activity along the quayside with terrific people-watching is the daytime activity, while in the evening, the club Carpe Diem is the place to be. Reservation only – have your captain put your name on the list sometime during the day to guarantee your entrance. There are several smaller islands close by for daytime fun.
Day 6: Brac is Dalmatia’s largest island and home to its most famous beach: the Golden Cape. The Golden Cape (Zlatni Rat in Croatian) is a 1,600+ foot finger of fine shingle that sticks out into the Adriatic like a natural pier. For those with too much energy, a 2 hour hike from near-by Bol will take you to Murvica, covered with pagan paintings of wild beasts. If that doesn’t appeal to you, there is plenty of wind for kite-surfing. Or, just hang out on your charter yacht, which seems like the best option.
Day 7: Dock alongside the quay at Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This quaint medieval village is filled with churches, towers, fortresses and outdoor restaurants! A bustling green market is a great place to pick up local lavender and honey for last minute presents to take home. All too soon it is time to say good-bye to your yacht and crew and head over to the Split airport, leaving beautiful Croatia behind