Croatia boasts over 1000 islands along the eastern Adriatic coast. Geographically speaking, it is opposite the east coast of Italy, between Slovenia to the North and Montenegro to the south. It has many cities from its Venetian period, as well as historical links to the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Yacht charter in Croatia
The cities of Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Korcula are a few of its highlights as well as the famous and beautiful islands of Hvar, Brac, Vis and many others. Chartering your own crewed yacht in Croatia is the perfect way to island hop.
International airports are available at Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, as well as daily high-speed ferries from Venice to Pula.
The currency is Croatian Kuna.
About sailing in Croatia
Sailing conditions are good with short legs between stops and sheltered anchorages behind the many islands. Suitable for all sailing abilities.
- Visit: One of the many vineyards on the islands of Hvar and Korcula, or on the Peljesac Peninsular north of Dubrovnik.
- Visit: The famous Krka falls on the Krka River.
- Eat: Fresh oysters cultivated off the medieval canal at Ston.
- Do: A tour in Dubrovnik to visit the filming locations of the TV drama “Game of Thrones”.
- Do: a morning cooking class in either Split or Trogir
- Snorkel into the Blue Grotto on the island of Vis.
- Swim into a WW2 submarine pen, also on Vis.
- Stand up paddle boarding and wakeboarding with Bellacha’s custom-made equipment.