Allow yourself to be charmed by the magical old town, the paradisiacal beaches and the lively streets.
The Venetian and Roman ruins of Zadar show the rich past of this Dalmatian city.
This Adriatic city offers not only natural, historical and religious wonders, but also a first class gastronomy.
Explore beautiful beaches and romantic bays with turquoise waters while being surrounded by an idyllic natural environment.
Enjoy Mediterranean comforts in its quirky winding streets, the medieval quarter transmits a special charm.
Embark on a journey through time and follow in the footsteps of important artists and writers.
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Croatia on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more in Croatia and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. The word is out: Croatia is the place for excellent and inexpensive boat charter services. The numerous ports/marinas of Croatia are known worldwide for boat charter at very reasonable prices, and there are lots of bargains to be held. Anybody aiming to sail in the Mediterranean, reasonably priced, with skipper or without, for a week or so, would be well advised to rent a boat in Croatia. There are over five thousand boats to rent, of every type and size, and sailboats are one of the most popular due to the usually perfect sailing conditions of the Adriatic sea.
Renting a boat in Croatia costs from 160 dollars per day in low season and from 660 dollars for a week in high season.
1 day: from $1,355 in low season
1 week: from $1,600 in low season and from $5,700 in high season
Skipper: from $170 per day
1 day: from $470 in low season
1 week: from $600 in low season and from $1,300 in high season
Skipper: from $150 per day
1 day: from $106 in low season and $136 in high season
1 week: from $530 in low season and from $660 in high season
Skipper: from $150 per day
1 day: from $160 in low season and $200 in high season
1 week: from $760 in low season and from $970 in high season
Renting a boat in Croatia with a skipper is ideal if you want to be guided through the best places in the area and get the most out of your sailing experience. An additional cost of a skipper starts from 150 dollars per day. You can rent a boat in Croatia without a skipper if you have the appropriate licence or if there are boats available to rent that do not require a licence. It is without a doubt a great idea to be the captain of your own boat if you are an experienced sailor. To sail in Croatia if you do not have a license, you can rent a boat that does not require a license or rent with a skipper. To sail the boat yourself without a skipper, a navigation license and VHF will be required. Check with the owner about this.
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.
The list of attractions, water sports, party places, culture stops and beach locations are endless, but allow us to give you a brief idea.
In Croatia you can find sailboats, catamarans and motorboats in their different ports. The most requested sites by sailors that want to rent a boat in Croatia are:
These coincide with the largest range of boats available for rent in 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.