Croatia’s rugged coastline offers the ideal destination for a catamaran charter. The archipelago off the coast of Split is home to a diverse scattering of enchanting islands, each offering a completely different experience. Head to Hvar to bask in the heat of an island that gets over 2700 hours of sun each year, or explore the pine forests and ancient towns of Rab, or wander through the pretty olive groves and secret coves of Korčula... Renting a boat in Croatia will be an extraordinary adventure where you will be seduced by the unique charm of each individual island and never want to leave!
Sailing, snorkeling, windsurfing, diving… you can do it all! Charter your catamaran from any of our bases in Croatia and plan your navigation so you can stop off in Fraskeric and snorkel with seahorses or go diving in Brac and discover the vibrant marine life inhabiting the seabeds surrounding the island. Cape Kamenjak is a popular destination for kayaking, windsurfing and snorkeling so rent your boat from our Pula base and set sail south to have an action-packed few days. Snorkeling gear is often included in your charter price, so try out something new and explore the mysterious marine life beneath the waves!
If you want a stress-free navigation, the Adriatic is one of your best bets! Sailing in Croatia is bliss, with a calm breeze (winds averaging 10-20 knots) and perfect late-20s temperatures, the mild climate is ideal for a catamaran charter vacation.
Home to some of Europe’s most stunning beaches, Croatia is by no means short of choice. Set sail on your Catamaran and discover charming, secret coves and glorious golden stretches of sand…
At the heart of the Dalmatian coast, Croatia's Split is a city with a buzz. A catamaran charter here will allow you to explore this hub of culture, so here are just a few recommendations of how to spend a day there... so moor your boat in one of the many marinas and get up early to make the most of this captivating coastal city.
Spend your morning getting lost in the famous Diocletian Palace, a registered UNESCO World Heritage site. These monumental Roman ruins are the core of the city, filled with bars, cafes, galleries and more, and with free entry, they really are a must-see! Grab some lunch in Villa Spiza, one of the delightful restaurants located just outside the palace walls, where you’ll be dining with locals, and munching on home-cooked local specialties for a truly authentic experience.
After a morning in the bustling centre, why not hop on a bus out to Marjan National Park for a breath of fresh air. Meander through pine forests, explore medieval churches and hike up to the peak for breathtaking views of city and ocean (…see if you can spot your boat!).
Once you’ve tired yourself out, hop on a bus back into the city to take a stroll through the old town and sit in a charming café with a refreshing gelato, before heading to Riva. Split’s palm tree-lined waterfront promenade is the perfect spot to sit with a cocktail and watch the sun go down. You could grab dinner here at one of the countless open air restaurants, or walk a few minutes back into one of the alluring old town alleyways to Villa Matejuška. This cosy, rustic restaurant is perfect for an evening enjoying fine wine and locally-caught seafood, but be aware: it’s a popular spot with limited space, so book ahead…it’ll be worth it!
There’s so much you can do in just one day, so a Croatian Catamaran charter offers a lot more than just a boat rental, but an opportunity to soak up the lifestyle of the Adriatic coast, and Split is an excellent place to start!
There are various international airports scattered across Croatia, many a short distance from our catamaran charter bases:
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