All about Yacht Rentals in Split
The Dalmatian Coast is an incredible sailing destination for your next yacht charter, not just because Croatian cities such as Split are blessed with beautiful weather and extravagant architecture, but because a yacht rental in Split allows you to cruise the Dalmatian Archipelago and other famous coastal cities. This wide expanse is a tranquil island oasis full of various opportunities and possibilities. Tailor your sailing itinerary to suit your travel preferences and delve into Croatian culture and lifestyle at your own pace.
Sailing Areas in Split
Our yacht rentals in Split are all based in the following mainland marinas and harbours:
Port of Split and ACI Marina Split
Port Trogir and Baotić Marina
Climate and Sailing Conditions in Split
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.
Itinerary Ideas for Split
Walk Split’s timeworn centre and shop in the little boutiques and gift shops. An ancient palace lies amongst the restaurants and bars dotted about the centre and gives an illustrious feel as you stroll amongst the ancient stone buildings.
There are many activities such as cave tours, scuba diving and other watersports available. You need only walk by the harbour to find more information and see the wealth of options on offer.
Whether renting your yacht in Trogir or nearby, this coastal town is home to one of Croatia’s most admirable architectural jobs, St Lawrence’s Cathedral. You can also visit the Fortress Kamerlengo for a remarkable view of the harbour, town and tremendous mountains featuring in the distance. For summer festival goers, from late June to the beginning of September, Trogir hosts a traditional music festival in its squares, churches and even at the fortress. Medena Beach is the perfect place to stop for an evening and enjoy whatever takes your fancy. There are tennis courts and minigolf with plenty of bars and restaurants and also many watersport activities on offer.
Travel Tips for Split
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).