Rent a boat in Croatia

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Type of boat charter
With or without a captain
Price per day
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Length of boat
0 - 196+ ft
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2003 - 2024
Distance
600 Max MI
+100 boats available

HANSE - 505 | 10 people (15.4m)

Opatija
8
With captain
 20  · Super owner

From $609 per day

Beneteau - Oceanis Clipper 393 | 7 people (11.98m)

Zadar
6
With captain
 1

From $428 per day

QUICKSILVER - Sundeck Activ 605 | 7 people (6.1m)

Murter
7
Without captain
 2

From $211 per day

Quicksilver - Quicksilver 605 | 6 people (6m)

Vrsar
6
Without captain

From $366 per day

NEEL Trimarans - 47 Trimaran | 10 people (14.33m)

Split
8
With or without a captain

From $522 per day

NEEL Trimarans - NEEL 43 Trimaran | 8 people (13m)

Pula
8
Without captain

From $428 per day

HANSE - HANSE 455 | 10 people (13.95m)

Medulin
10
With or without a captain
Super owner

From $359 per day

Elan - 45 | 8 people (13.42m)

Betina
8
With captain
Super owner

From $262 per day

ELAN - Elan 450 | 4 people (4.5m)

Trogir
4
Without captain
 30  · Super owner

From $55 per day

Leidi - Leidi 600 | 7 people (7.1m)

Malinska
7
Without captain
 15  · Super owner

From $266 per day

Special offer

Fountaine Pajot - Astréa 42 | 10 people (12.58m)

Seget Donji
10
With or without a captain

From $665 per day

Nautitech Rochefort - Nautitech 46 Fly | 12 people (13m)

Trogir
12
With or without a captain

From $332 per day

Dufour Yachts - Dufour 390 | 8 people (11m)

Trogir
8
With or without a captain

From $204 per day

Special offer

BENETEAU - 393 | 6 people (12m)

Split
8
Without captain
 3  · Super owner

From $254 per day

Jeanneau - Merry Fisher 695 | 8 people (7.45m)

Trogir
8
With or without a captain
 9  · Super owner

From $332 per day

Bénéteau - Oceanis 46.1 | 11 people (14m)

Murter
11
With or without a captain

From $290 per day

Dehler - Dehler 38 SQ | 7 people (12m)

Krk
7
With or without a captain
Super owner

From $228 per day

Special offer

HANSE - 415 | 8 people (11.99m)

Rogoznica
8
With or without a captain

From $267 per day

All about Boat Rentals in Croatia

Discovering Croatia by boat is by far the best way to explore this Eastern European country’s 2000 km long coastline and seeing as there are more than a thousand of them, at least attempt to visit some of its incredibly heavenly islands. From the medieval inland capital, Zagreb, to the chief seaside city, Dubrovnik, Croatia is glorious from top to bottom. Whether you choose to start your boat rental in Croatia in the coastal region of Istria and make a round-trip south and back up, or remain in island paradise throughout your boat charter, you really can’t go wrong whatever the choice. 

Sailing Areas in Croatia 

You can find all types of boat rentals with us from the north to south of Croatia. Sail boat rentals, motorboat rentals, yacht rentals, you name it, we’ve got it. The regions in which we have ports, listed from north to south, are the following:
  • Istria
  • Kvarner Bay
  • Zadar
  • Šibenik
  • Split
  • Hvar
  • Baška Voda
  • Dubrovnik

Climate and Sailing Conditions in Croatia

The sailing season typically runs from May to September. Summer is ideally the best time to sail with peak months, July and August, reeling in sunseekers in need of vitamin D and sea air. Spring features occasional showers with temperatures varying from 22°C to 28°C and summer temperatures can peak 30°C. Spring and Autumn can be great seasons for avoiding the mass tourism and finding more seclusion and retreat, albeit with cooler temperatures. During high season, the wind is usually force 3 - 4 blowing in a north-westerly direction. 

Itinerary Ideas in Croatia 

The list of attractions, water sports, party places, culture stops and beach locations are endless, but allow us to give you a brief idea. 
Harbour hotspots such as Split are rich in culture as it only takes a short stroll around the historic centre to see that you are walking amongst the remains of an ancient palace. Renting a boat in Split gives you access to many islands closeby, allowing you to experience the best of both worlds. There are many watersport and cave tour activities available, you need only walk along the dock to find the various stalls and companies.
Rent a boat in Zadar and enjoy your time ashore discovering the Roman and Venetian Ruins in the old town, as well as the incredible colossal harmonica which is played by the ocean, not to mention the solar-panelled dance floor which lights up in the evening. 
Alternatively, dock your boat in the coastal city of Pula, where you can admire the ancient amphitheatre within just a few minutes’ walk. 

Travel Tips for Croatia

You’ll be pleased to hear that for boat rentals in Dubrovnik and also in Split, you can find direct flights to their airports, Dubrovnik (DBV) and Split (SPU). Pula airport (PUY) and Rijeka airport (RJK) are smaller airports, yet still have direct flights to other locations in Europe. 
You can also find direct flights to the mainland capital Zagreb (ZAG) and catch a regional flight to a smaller, more local airport.
Train services are networked more inland as opposed to along the coast, with boat and bus being the main means of transport elsewhere.
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