Renting a boat in Split-Hvar
You can rent a boats in Split with or without a skipper on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats
and more in Split and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check-in is allowed on selected boats.
Why rent a boat in Split?
One of the most popular European destinations on the summer travel list is Split and its many surrounding Dalmatian islands. Who can blame visitors for loving this region so much, when the sun never ceases to shine and the verdant mountainous scenery blows you away? Boat rentals in Split are a brilliant way of seeing everything at your own pace, as so much is accessible by water, including uninhabited islands and secluded coves hidden from mass tourism. All of this can be reached from the comfort of your floating hotel.
Split is a tranquil island oasis full of opportunities and possibilities. Beautiful weather, famous coastal cities and learning about the Croatian culture as you sail through the country in this one of a kind experience. Catamaran rentals in Split are ideal to travel through the coast for longer distances!
How much does it cost to rent a boat in Split-Hvar?
Boat rentals in Hvar or Split vary in cost depending on the type of boat, characteristics of the boat and additional services and equipment that may be included in the price.
A yacht rental in Split costs from $7,557 per week in the low season and $8,837 per week in the high season. There can be additional costs for the skipper, crew and a security deposit.
Motorboat rentals in Split cost from $359 per day and $2,113 per week in the high season and $256 per day and $1,396 per week in the low season.
A sailboat rental in Split costs from $366 per day and $2,177 per week in low season and $817 per day and $3,714 per week in high season.
Is it possible to rent a boat in Split-Hvar with or without a skipper?
It is possible to do a Split boat rental with or without a skipper. It is a great idea to make your boat hire in Split with a skipper if you don't want to worry about the technicalities of sailing through the Adriatic sea.
Looking to have complete freedom and be more spontaneous depending on what you see on the way? A bareboat charter in Split, Croatia without a skipper could be a great idea then! You will need a valid boating license if you want to bareboat charter.
What to do in Split-Hvar?
Whether you decide to rent a boat in Hvar or boat charter in Split- there are plenty of options on the Dalmatian Coast for you to enjoy. Your sailing itinerary will be largely dependant on where your hire is based and what type of holiday you are looking for. Here are some ideas for boat trips from Split!
Why not start and rent a boat in Split Croatia? Spend at least two days strolling around the fascinating centre with the ancient palace ruins towering among the boutiques and bars lining the cobbled streets. There are also many beaches you can check out near Split- some of which you can only get to with your Split boat charter.
Trstenik beach is famous for its clear water and pebble beach in the area. The beach is clean and there are some bars around to check out. Then, Bačvice beach is another great one, especially if you’re looking to meet more people. This central sandy beach is popular among locals and young tourists alike. Again, this beach has many bars and clubs, this being one of the biggest nightlife zones in town.
Looking for something calmer? The best part about a boat rental in Split Croatia is that you can explore the nooks and crannies along the coastlines! These spectacular coastlines are full of hidden coves and body of water where you can find your peace and relax as much as possible.
In Split, renting a boat also means you can head to other areas such as the Pakleni islands, Hvar, Brač and Šolta. You will find yourself in the heart of the Croatian Dalmatian oasis. There are many areas where you can find snorkelling and other water sports available!
Why not head to Hvar during your boat hire in Croatia, Split? The journey is only a 40-minute boat ride filled with beautiful scenery to keep you entertained. Once you get to Hvar, there are so many beaches to check out you’re spoilt with choices! Dubovica Beach, Lucisca beach and Milna are some of the best beaches in the area to check out!
Don’t forget to try the local wine and cuisine! The cuisine is described as hidden gems in European gastronomic traditions! Try Pasticada, a beef stew prepared a day in advance and is filled with punchy flavours. For dessert? Try the paradizet, a dessert that makes you feel like you are biting into a cloud.
Whether you want to take a day tour, a day trip from split to swim and snorkel or maybe want to start your boat hire in Hvar and work your way across the Dalmatian coast- a boat rental gives you this freedom. Don’t miss out on the beautiful national parks, Balkan peninsula and more with your holiday rental in Split!
How is the weather and sailing conditions in Split-Hvar?
Sail along the Adriatic Coast from April to October for lovely sunny climes and pleasant temperatures. From June to August, summer is in full swing with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 30°C. Water temperatures usually peak 20°C and are ideal for snorkelling.
Which are the most popular ports in Split-Hvar?
Our boat rentals in Split are all based in the following mainland marinas and harbours:
- Port of Split and ACI Marina Split
- Marina Zenta
- Marina Lav
- Baotic Marina
How to get to Split-Hvar?
Fortunately, Split has its own airport (SPU). It is approximately 24 km from the Split city centre and just 5 km away from Trogir. You can also get to Šibenik, rent a yacht and start cruising peacefully along the Adriatic coast while going to Split and Hvar.
You can get bus shuttles to both Trogir (12 HRK) and Split (20 HRK).