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License free boat rent Adria 20 hp in Port Hvar, Hvar

Adria 20 HP - Free fuel - Hvar Town

Flexible cancellation or change
Safe & Clean
License free boat Adria 20 hp (2020, refit 2020) 15.75 feet

With or without skipper

6 places Port Hvar (Hvar)
from $120 /day
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License free boat rent Venom VEN 501 in Port of Zaton, Sibenik

VEN 501

Safe & Clean
License free boat Venom VEN 501 (2018) 16.40 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

6 places Port of Zaton (Sibenik)
from $125 /day
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License free boat rent Venom Istranka in Sustjepan, Dubrovnik

Istranka


License free boat Venom Istranka (1986, refit 2011) 17.06 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

1 cabin 4 places Sustjepan (Dubrovnik)
from $150 /day
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License free boat rent Adria 500 in Port Trogir, Split, Hvar

Adria 500 - License free boat

License free boat Adria 500 (2019) 16.40 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

1 cabin 6 places Port Trogir (Split, Hvar)
from $125 $119 /day
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License free boat rent Nautika Nautika 500 in Cres Harbour , Cres

Nautika 500

License free boat Nautika Nautika 500 (2006, refit 2020) 0 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

6 places Cres Harbour (Cres)
from $109 /day
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License free boat rent Adria Adria  Dalmatinka 600 in Port Rabac, Istria

License free boat in Rabac

License free boat Adria Adria Dalmatinka 600 (2015, refit 2020) 19.68 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

1 cabin 8 places Port Rabac (Istria)
from $150 /day
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License free boat rent Sport Mare - M SPORT 500 in Vela Luka (Korčula), Dubrovnik

SPORT MARE — M-SPORT 500, YAMAHA 5hp

License free boat Sport Mare - M SPORT 500 (2020) 16.40 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

4 places Vela Luka (Korčula) (Dubrovnik)
from $75 /day
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Rent a boat without a licence in Croatia

You can find license-free boats available to rent in Croatia and in different destinations around the world on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or changes up to 15 days before check-in is possible with selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner. Croatia offers 6,176 kilometres of coastline, including the numerous islands that it boasts. Since a third of the country is a marine area, Croatia mostly consists of coastline and islands to the south and west of Zagreb. Along Croatia's coasts, you will discover old towns, historic harbours and beautiful nature to observe whilst sailing. The great thing about exploring Croatia by boat is that you can quickly and easily sail between each island. This means there are simple sailing routes to choose from, even when you rent a boat without a licence in Croatia.

How much does it cost to rent a license-free boat in Croatia?

Renting a licence-free boat in Croatia costs from 57 dollars per day in low season and from 396 dollars for a week. In high season, the price of renting a licence-free boat in Croatia begins from 88 dollars per day and from 528 dollars for a week. 

How is the weather in Croatia?

The coast of Croatia and its numerous islands are characterised by a Mediterranean climate. Sunny and dry summers attract the most tourists with temperatures up to around 30 degrees Celsius. In winter it rains a lot, but with average daily highs of around ten degrees Celsius, it remains mild. Those who want to charter boats without a license in Croatia should consider that there can be stormy and cold downdrafts along the Croatian coast. However, in summer, the winds are perfect for sailing, which makes a summer adventure on the water in Croatia the ideal holiday experience.

What to do in Croatia?

Along the Istrian coast, historic towns from Roman times have been preserved, and from the water, many historic buildings are revealed to the viewer’s eyes. Dalmatia and the Kvarner Bay are especially known for the coastal towns of Opatija and Crikvenica and the offshore islands of Krk, Rab, Lošinj and Cres attract numerous travellers every year. Renting a boat without a licence in Croatia is popular amongst divers, as there is a vast and fascinating variety of species to discover under the crystal clear waters between Croatia's rocky islands.

Which are the most popular ports in Croatia?

The most requested sites and ports where you can rent a license-free boat in Croatia are:

  • Split
  • Dubrovnik
  • Zadar
  • Biograd
  • Istria and
  • Sibenik


How to get to Croatia?

It’s most common for tourists to travel to Croatia by car. One of the most popular routes takes travellers through Slovenia and Austria, but there is another option of driving via Italy. If you prefer to fly to your chosen destination, you can find direct flights to Croatia’s main airports: Dubrovnik (DBV) and Split (SPU). Croatia's smaller islands can then be reached by ferry from the mainland should you need to check-in to your boat there.

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