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Yacht Charter in Dalmatia

2854 boats for rent in Dalmatia

Dalmatia is a great destination to charter a boat from. You can discover the cities of Zadar and Split, both of them counting well equiped harbours, where it will be easy to refuel. To rent a boat in Dalmatia allows you to sail along the coast and around the many islands bordering the seashore. Take a dip in the clear, warm waters and explore the beautiful seabed; this will no doubt delight the lovers of diving. ...more information

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    Lagoon 410 S2 - Lagoon (2005)Seget Donji, Split (Croatia)
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 2x40hp
    Draught 1.20m
    Size 41ft
    from 1 885 €1 697 €*from 11/02 to 18/02View details
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    Elan 210 - Elan (2012)Biograd na Moru, Dalmatia (Croatia)
    Capacity 4
    Cabins 1 cab
    Berths 4
    Engine 1x5hp
    Draught 1.50m
    Size 21ft
    from 690 €590 €*from 29/04 to 06/05View details
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  1. Antarès 750 HB - Beneteau (2011)Marina Spinut (Split), Split (Croatia)
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 1 cab
    Berths 2+2
    Engine 1x150hp
    Draught 0.60m
    Size 23ft
    from1 100 €*from 17/12 to 24/12View details
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    Elan 295 - Elan (1996)Marina Zadar, Zadar (Croatia)
    Capacity 4
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 4+2
    Engine 1x18hp
    Draught 1.60m
    Size 31ft

    Graham : the boat was well equipped although elderly self sails with one reef diesel reliable bedding and towels provided no kettle well pr... read more

    from 700 €578 €*from 02/12 to 09/12View details
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    Hanse 495 - Hanse (2012)ACI Marina Split, Split (Croatia)
    Capacity 11
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 11
    Engine 1x75hp
    Draught 2.25m
    Size 56ft
    from 2 200 €1 650 €*from 21/01 to 28/01View details
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    Bavaria 38 - Bavaria (2004)Trogir, Split (Croatia)
    Capacity 7
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 7
    Engine 1x30hp
    Draught 1.70m
    Size 40ft

    Troels : The base seems to have an unofficial motto: "it's no problem" and that's nice seen from a customer perspective. The Bavaria 38 was... read more

    from 960 €893 €*from 31/12 to 07/01View details
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    Atalanta (1998)ACI Marina Split, Split (Croatia)
    Capacity 15
    Cabins 7 cab
    Berths 15
    Engine 1x530hp
    Draught ---
    Size 92ft
    with skipper / crew
    from 10 900 €9 265 €*from 25/11 to 02/12View details
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    Bavaria 44 - Bavaria (2002)Marina Zadar, Zadar (Croatia)
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 1x55hp
    Draught 1.60m
    Size 44ft

    Allard : Zadar coast And island are an excellent destination. Bavaria 46 was perfect size for six. Marina was a bit packed but check in was... read more

    from 1 100 €908 €*from 21/01 to 28/01View details
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    Saba 50 - Fountaine Pajot (2015)Trogir, Split (Croatia)
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 10+1
    Engine 2x76hp
    Draught 1.25m
    Size 49ft
    with skipper / crew
    from 6 900 €5 520 €*from 15/04 to 22/04View details
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    Bavaria 46 Cruiser - Bavaria (2008)Dubrovnik, Dalmatia (Croatia)
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 1x56hp
    Draught 1.85m
    Size 47ft

    Lars : The Way Point staff was friendly and helpful and did their best to support us when we had problems. The vessel Amisia was not in a... read more

    from 1 650 €1 403 €*from 25/02 to 04/03View details
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Between Zadar and Dubrovnik, from Northern to Southern Dalmatia, you will enjoy nice and easy navigations and will sail from one island to the next in just a few hours. Split is an ideal starting point for your cruise, as it is a gate onto the Dalmatian islands. A few nautical miles from Split, you will get to explore the islands of Hvar and Brac and enjoy the tranquillity of little harbours like Drvenik, Trogir or Bobovisca...



Must-see spots in Dalmatia:


The richness of this destination will provide you with a multitude of places to discover, towns to stroll through, islands to tread upon, and nautical miles to devour... Here is a selection of the finest spots: Split, the imperial city – Hvar, the queen of the Dalmatian islands – Dubrovnik, the jewel of the Adriatic – Sibenik, the charming town – The Kornati islands, the breathtaking archipelago.



Croatian marinas are extremely modern and comfortable. You will find water and electricity on all pontoons, and toilet facilities / showers are always very clean. There are two types of marinas: the ACI (Adriatic Croatia International Club) and the independent marinas. Both offer similar rates and quality services.
In July and August, be careful not to arrive too late if you want to be sure to get a berth spot in the port... it can get very busy. Allow for between 45 and 80 Euros for one night with a 12-metre boat and 4 people on board. Prices vary according to harbours and seasons. Marinas are open all year round and offer all the usual administrative services: border police, customs services, port authorities.
Warning: to charter a boat in Dalmatia without skipper, you will be asked to provide a coastal permit.



For lovers of nature and wild places, you will be able to enjoy peaceful anchorages nestled in idyllic little creeks during your cruise. There are many anchorages in Dalmatia and you will always easily find shelter from prevailing winds. During high season, current meter moorings are installed and there may be a charge.



Sailing and weather conditions in Dalmatia


Navigating is quite easy as you will be sheltered by the islands around. However, don’t underestimate the capricious winds around Croatia. Beware of the wind that can strengthen when sailing through narrow passages between islands. Be sure to revise the venturi effect before leaving.



You will come across 2 types of wind:

- The Bora is a biting northern to northeastern wind that can blow strongly in winter. More clement during the summer months, this wind is difficult to forecast. Generally, it tends to blow for a few hours.

- The Sirocco is a warm wind from the Adriatic that is more predictable than the Bora. This Southeasterly wind is associated with a cloudy and rainy weather, and is sometimes accompanied by thunderstorms.


During the summer months, winds tend to be light in the morning. A westerly to northwesterly sea breeze comes up around mid-day and can strengthen in the evening. The tidal range is small (30 cm during spring tides) but currents can reach up to 2 knots in the channels between islands.


Best time to go to Dalmatia

In Dalmatia, you will get similar weather conditions to the Mediterranean, with temperatures close to 30-32 degrees in summer. The best time to explore Dalmatia is between April and October. If you can, it’s best to go just before high season (April to June) or right after (September and October). It will be less busy and easier to find a berth spot.



How to get there: In only three hours from London, you will be able to land in Zadar, Split or Dubrovnik, depending on the starting point of your cruise.

The local currency is the Kuna (1 Euro = 7.63 Kunas).



Formalities:
For a trip lasting less than three months, a passport of ID is sufficient to enter Croatia.
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