All about Boat Rentals in Split
A notoriously popular sailing destination along the Mediterranean, boat rentals in Split are the ultimate way to discover all that the Dalmatian Coast has to offer. Discover the many islands and islets nearby and cruise the mainland coastline where you can explore the various coves and creeks hidden from mass tourism. Sample Croatia’s finest foods and wines in cosy Konobas (taverns or places where food is made) or sip a cocktail at a tranquil beach bar as you watch the sun sink into the Adriatic Sea at the end of the day.
Sailing Areas in Split
As well as in Split itself, there are many other areas and islands where sailboat rentals
and catamaran rentals
among other boat rentals are based. Here is a list of the sailing areas and ports where these boat rentals are situated.
Trogir: Port Trogir, Baotic Marina
Split: Port of Split, ACI Marina Split, Marina Špinut, Marina Zenta
Kaštel Lukšić - Kaštel Lukšić Port
Kaštel Sućurac - Marina Kastela
Stobreč - Port Stobreč
Baška Voda - Marina Baška Voda
Krvavica - Marina Ramova-Krvavica
Ploče - Port Ploče
Šolta - Rogač, Marina Maslinica
Climate and Sailing Conditions in Split
The Adriatic Sea is one of the warmest regions in Europe, with summers averaging between 25°C - 30°C and 12 hours of daily sunshine. An ideal destination for swimming, snorkelling and sailing from spring to autumn. The coast of Split has a calm tide with an average depth of 40 metres. The Dalmatian coast receives the warm moist winds of the Jugo, ideal for fast navigation all year. The Mistral blows a cool summer breeze from the north-west.
Itinerary Ideas for Split
This whole area is expansive in terms of ideas for your itinerary. For those renting a yacht
or a motorboat rental
, you might enjoy the comfort of your boat so much that staying onboard is too delightful to venture offshore. Relax on your boat charter and spend your time unwinding as you appreciate the incredible scenery. Alternatively, plan an incredible charter, reaching your most desired islands and Croatian seaside towns.
Split should be on your list whatever your plan. Walking around this city centre has an illustrious feel, given that you are walking among the ruins of an ancient palace. Dine in the fine restaurants and experience the vibrant nightlife as the sun sets and the city comes to life.
Summer sailors should visit Trogir to experience its annual summer music festival held in various public areas such as squares and even the fortress. Croatian folk and classical music is the main music genre. Trogir is situated on mainland, but also bridged onto an island, a tranquility retreat within easy reach of civilisation and mainland life.
Island hopping is a fun way of sailing and seeing as much as your heart desires. Hvar is a sensational party island whereas Šolta and Brač are more low-key, yet just as stunning. Mljet is further south and covered in luscious forest. Rent a bike for an afternoon and cycle its beautiful national park with salt water lakes which occupy approximately one third of the island.
Travel Tips for Split
Fantastic news! Split has its own airport (SPU) and it is easily accessible by bus and taxi services. The airport is located in between Trogir (5 km away) and Split (25 km away), so you can easily access our various boat rental locations.