Rent a boat in Zadar
You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in Zadar on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats
charters in Zadar and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check-in is allowed on selected boats.
Home to a historic marina with Roman ruins and ancient relics, renting a boat offers spectacular vistas of the city and surrounds. Whether you want a low-price boat for a few hours or a boat charter with a skipper for a week, the coastal region around Zadar is primed for unmissable sailing excursions.
The gentle, turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea are perfect for lazy afternoons and secluded adventures for families, couples and friends to enjoy together. Boat rentals in Zadar Croatia are a great way to explore and discover the area. Your holiday in Zadar is waiting for you!
How much does it cost to rent a boat in Zadar, Croatia?
Renting a boat in Zadar costs from 91 dollars per day in low season and from 638 dollars for a week. In high season, the price of renting a boat in Zadar begins from 131 dollars per day and from 1021 dollars for a week.
For example, a motorboat charter in Zadar in high season costs from $366 per day and $2,206 per week. A yacht charter in Zadar instead costs from $19,538 per week.
Is it possible to rent a boat in Zadar with or without a skipper?
You can do a boat charter in Zadar Croatia with or without a skipper! Renting a boat in Zadar 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.
You can rent a boat in Zadar 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. Rent a boat Zadar without a license and discover the Croatian coast your way!
What to do in Zadar?
Zadar boat rentals are an amazing mix of big city and nice beaches. The mix of Roman and Ventian historic ruins, Zadar is rich with history and culture. Nestled in a fortified peninsula in the northern part of the Dalmatian coast there are many things to see and do ranging from national parks, restaurants, old city walks through the cobblestone streets and festivals by the sea in the summer.
Zadar's modern marina is the perfect departure point for a week-long sail along islands and archipelagos. There are plenty of shorter (or longer) itineraries as well, but for 7 days you can sail from vibrant Zadar to the national parklands of the Kornati Islands. With some 100 islands, including uninhabited islets and secluded beaches to enjoy, you can anchor in the picturesque harbour of Ravni Zakar.
Boat hires in Zadar are an optimal choice to get the best of both the city and beaches. There are many beautiful beaches you can visit during your sailing holiday! Kolovare beach is the oldest and longest beach in the area. Pine trees, paved areas and a perfect area for familiies with kids. Borik beach is another perfect beach for families! The bay is shallow with a sandy bottom making it great for kids! The pebble beach has a sandy cove and a concrete plateau.
Then, Puntamika beach is a pebble beach with turquoise blue water and pine trees make it dreamy. Another great beach to visit during the summer on your Zadar boat trip.
Looking to meet some locals? In Zadar rent a boat and head to Punta Bajlo Beach! This is a legendary meeting place and is a perfect place for anyone to relax, enjoy a drink from the nearby bars and have a good time with the family! A sailing charter in Zadar is the best way to move around the area.
Next, you can take in Lopatica and Sali, before sailing to Brbinj, a charming village with seaside spectacular views. Next is the remote Žut with its uninhabited bays and tranquil waters, before returning full circle to the city of Zadar.
Sailing in Zadar Croatia is one of a kind. Discover the Adriatic Sea and explore the different Croatian cities such as Split
. The best part about renting a boat in Croatia or Zadar is that you won’t miss a second of sunshine and make your sailing trip as personalised as you want!
And on land...
Zadar is an ancient city known for its enchanting Venetian and Roman ruins. Offering both a peaceful and cosmopolitan vibe, the city hosts a number of quality museums and charming waterfront eateries all just moments from the marina and your boat rental. Zadar is a centre of Croatian sailing, with connections across the glistening Adriatic Sea toward Ugljan, Pag and Cres, each of which offers their own beauty, from dusty mountains to oaky forests and majestic cliffs.
What ports are in the area?
Our boat rentals are situated in various locations in the region of Zadar. Here is a list of the towns with their port and marina names listed from north to south:
- Zaton - Port of Zaton
- Zadar centre - Port of Zadar, Marina Zadar, Marina Borik
- Bibinje - Port Bibinje
- Sukošan village - Marina Dalmacija
- Biograd na Moru - Marina Kornati, Marina Šangulin
- Petrčane - Port Petrčane
- As well as in Zadar centre, many of our catamaran rentals are based in Port of Zaton and Marina Dalmacija.
Most of our yacht rentals are based in Marina Dalmacija, too.
What is the weather like in Zadar?
Zadar has optimum weather, perfect for enjoying the warm mediterranean sunshine and is also sheltered by the Zadar archipelago and Kornati Islands. During the summertime, the sea temperature averages 23°C, ideal for all sorts of aquatic activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving and paddleboarding. In July and August, the sun shines for up to thirteen hours a day with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 30°C.
How to get to Zadar?
Zadar has its own airport, which is only 11km away from the town. There are flights from different European cities to Zadar, and also from other cities in Croatia.