Rent a Gulet in Croatia
You can find gulets to rent in Croatia and in different destinations around the world on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or changes are allowed up to 15 days before check-in on selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner. Where better to rent a gulet with your family and friends than Croatia’s sensational Adriatic Coast? With over one thousand sublime islands and almost 2000 km of mainland coastline, this Eastern European country is all the rage. Spend your days cruising crystal clear waters in the company of your loved ones while you experiment with Croatian cuisine, specialities and local delicacies. No matter where you choose to navigate during your trip, you are bound to fall in love with this extraordinary country.
How much does it cost to rent a gulet in Croatia?
Renting a gulet in Croatia costs from 704 dollars per day in low season and from 4930 dollars for a week. In high season, the price of renting a gulet in Croatia begins from 1458 dollars per day and from 10,208 dollars for a week.
What ports are in the area?
Our gulet rentals are based in five main regions in Croatia. They are listed from north to south:
How is the weather in Croatia?
Sail any time from April to October and bask in endless hours of sun with enjoyable sea temperatures. July and August are the hottest months with average temperatures between 25°C to 30°C while the months on either side are cooler. The wind force is generally 3 - 4 in a north-westerly direction.
What to do with a gulet in Croatia?
Obviously where you choose to sail is entirely up to you, but here are some brief ideas of places to visit and things to see.
Not only is Zadar’s Old Town tainted with Venetian ruins, but is also blessed with two unique attractions; a sea organ and a solar-powered dance floor. Stroll along the coast in the evening when this dance floor disk comes to life and listen to the melody of whale song performed by the waves.
If sailing near Šibenik, visit St. Michael’s Fortress or St. James’ Cathedral. The views from the fortress are incredible. The Kornati Islands are situated in the near and are great for exploring.
Split is famous for the ruins of its almost 1600-year-old palace dominating the town centre. With islands also dotted about close by, Hvar is one of the most popular and worth investigating. Walk up to the fortress for the most iconic view of the island where you can view its fellow neighbours which look as though someone dropped beautiful green marbles in the sea.
Dubrovnik is a must-see and top of the list when it comes to Croatian coastal cities. Walk along the cobbled streets of the scenic old town and stop for a photo at the famous Game of Thrones film set.
How to get to Croatia?
If you are flying to Croatia
, the three largest airports are its inland capital, Zagreb (ZAG), Split (SPU) and Dubrovnik (DBV).
You can either catch a regional flight to a smaller, more local airport, as regional flights operate during high season, or take a bus or taxi to your boat rental starting point.
Airports such as Pula (PUY) and Rijeka (RJK) also have direct European flights worth researching.
We suggest taking the bus as some coastal cities don’t have train stations.