Mljet National Park village Pomena
Charter a Yacht in Croatia with Navigare Yachting
There's so much to do and to see when sailing in Croatia, and Navigare Yachting is here to deliver an unforgettable holiday to you and your family & friends:
- Explore dramatic medieval cities, including Dubrovnik, Split, and Trogir.
- Sample island delights, including world-class resorts, outstanding dining & entertainment, and thrilling outdoor activities.
- Lounge on brilliant sand & stone beaches, swim in warm Adriatic waters, and tie up in quaint harbors and hidden coves, surrounded by rugged cliffs and charming villages.
Check our selection of Croatia yacht rental options and book your holiday today!
Discover Your Yacht Charter Croatia Holiday
Charter a Yacht in Croatia: Vacation Destinations
Navigare Yachting has one-week and two-week sailing holidays in Croatia, with options for catamaran charter Croatia, yacht charter Trogir, yacht charter Dubrovnik, bareboat charter, skippered charter, sailboat charter, crewed yacht charter, cabin charter, sailing school, and flotilla sailing. Some of the amazing sights and locations you can enjoy:
Dubrovnik - Trogir - Sibenik
Šibenik is a charming city known for its medieval fortresses, national parks, the UNESCO-protected St. James cathedral, and the Krka Waterfalls. According to National Geographic, the nearby-situated Kornati Archipelago is the best sailing region in the world. The unique archipelago landscape sharply contrasts lush green vegetation, deep blue sea, and bright blue skies, with many charming harbors and relaxing bays.
Trogir is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, situated between the cities of Split and Šibenik. Take some time to explore the narrow cobblestone streets and the town's wonderful little restaurants, local bars, and small boutiques. Our base in this area is located in the Baotić marina, the region's best starting point for a charter holiday.
Dubrovnik is ideal for a one-way charter to Trogir (near Split), as your starting or ending point. Located in the south of Croatia, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to beautiful marble streets, a scenic old harbor, and impressive churches. The ancient walls, built to protect the city from invasions, are still standing – walk in their shadow and breath the rich history of the Byzantine Empire. Our base in this area is located in the ACI marina Dubrovnik.
Spotlight on: Sailing Croatia's Islands
The Adriatic coast of Croatia is home to some of the world's most scenic islands, including Hvar, Brač, Lastovo, Korčula, Šolta, Mljet, Šipan, and Vis. These islands are host to luxurious resorts, beautiful beaches, scenic harbors, and countless opportunities for adventure, outdoor exploration, dining & entertainment, or simply to experience the rich history of the region.
Book your Croatia sailing holiday with Navigare Yachting and enjoy a dream holiday with a dream deal! We offer an exclusive booking payment plan that allows up to six monthly installments. Check out our fleet of Croatia sailing catamarans, sailboats and luxury crewed yachts to get started on your booking.
Book with us today to enjoy the best availability and rates. This is how your memories of the beautiful sights of Croatia begin!
Weather Conditions for Sailing Holidays Croatia
Yacht Charter Croatia - Sailing in Croatia
Croatia Islands Seasons & Climate
Croatia's coastline has a Mediterranean climate, with very mild winters and hot, sunny, and dry summers. Split and Dubrovnik are among the sunniest cities in Europe during summer, which is why vacations in Croatia sailing Split to Dubrovnik, or sailing Dubrovnik to Split, are so popular and enjoyable.
The Adriatic coast of Croatia has its unique winds. The “Bora winds” are north-easterly and typically bring fine weather, although localized gusts can be strong. The “Sirocco winds” are warm and blow south-easterly; these winds often bring rain along the southern Adriatic coast. The “Maestral winds” circulate air from the warmer interior out over the sea and often bring very fine weather.
Family sailing holidays in Croatia are beloved because of the abundant sunshine and very mild weather conditions:
Yacht Charter Croatia - Family sailing in Croatia
- Early season temperatures for March and April average highs of 20°C during the day and down to 13°C at night, with occasional precipitation.
- May and June's days begin to warm quickly, an average of 24°C during the day and 17°C at night.
- July and August are beautiful & hot, with average highs of 30°C during the day and down to 21°C at night.
- Late season (September-November) temperatures are very pleasant, an average of 20°C during the day and down to 15°C at night, with an increasing chance of precipitation as the season, gets later.
- Winter temperatures are chilly and precipitation is common. Our yacht rental Croatia season is closed from the middle of November through the middle of March.
Documents Required for Yacht Charter Croatia and Navigare Yacht Charter Croatia Contact Information
All of the below-listed documents are required for sailing to Croatia and must be presented before boarding:
- Valid passport
- Copy of the charter contract
- Sailing (or motor boat) license and VHF license for at least one crew member; a second license is highly recommended
- Crew list, to include names, birth dates, nationalities, and passport numbers
Navigare Yacht Rental Croatia Contact Information
Navigare Yachting, Trogir
Yacht Club Seget
21218 Donji Seget
Phone: +385 91 3777 223
Tomislav Pilić – Trogir Base Manager
Mobile: + 385 91 3777 588
Santaja Delić– Client Coordinator
Mobile: +385 91 3777 227
Our Trogir yacht charter office is fluent in Croatian, English, German, and Swedish languages.
Navigare Yachting, Dubrovnik
ACI Marina Dubrovnik
Na Skali 2
VHF Channel: 17
Alem Dević – Dubrovnik Base Manager
Mobile: +385 91 3777 603
Mihaela Benic – Client Coordinator
Our Dubrovnik yacht charter office is fluent in Croatian, English, and German languages.
Additional Information Needed to Charter a Yacht in Croatia
LOCAL LANGUAGE: Croatian
LOCAL CURRENCY: Kuna; some establishments accept Euros for payment; cash, credit cards, and traveler's checks are accepted at most restaurants, businesses, and destinations
LOCAL CUISINE: Coastal Croatian cuisine samples from a variety of sources and traditions, with an emphasis on freshly caught seafood. Octopus salad, with onion, parsley, and oil & vinegar dressing is a favorite in Split and Dubrovnik. “Black” risotto, with shrimp and shellfish, is another delicious dish perfect for hungry sailors. Fresh fish during the summer season include sea bream, bass, and John Dory, often served with Swiss chard, potato, and lemon.
Local vineyards produce a lovely variety of wines, and several different types of fruit brandies, including slivovitz (plum brandy), are favorites in the region.
The Adriatic coast which includes Croatia sailing the Split to Dubrovnik route and the Croatia sailing Dubrovnik to Split route is a beautiful, cosmopolitan, and fun-loving resort area, with an incredible variety of restaurants and entertainment. Enjoy small seaside cafes, boutique eateries along the coast, or fine dining restaurants in the city centers – wonderful eating is one of the delights of learning to sail holidays in Croatia!
Getting to Croatia
Croatia is accessible via direct air, sea, and rail travel from all major European cities. Navigare Yachting has two bases in Croatia:
Yacht Club Seget is located between Split and Rogoznica/Šibenik, near Trogir. Transfer by taxi or vehicle from Split Airport is only seven minutes. Boat transfer from the marina to the old town of Trogir operates every 15 minutes. Trogir is a quaint and scenic town, with numerous activities, restaurants, cafes, and shopping destinations.
ACI Marina Dubrovnik is near the village of Komolac, about 2 NM from the entrance to the port of Gruž and only 6 km from the old city center. It is open year-round. The marina has 425 sea and 140 dry berths, all with water and power supply.
Facilities include a reception area, exchange office, cafe, bar, restaurant, tavern, tennis courts, swimming pool, toilets and showers, laundry service, supermarket, nautical gear store, repair shop, 60-ton travel lift, parking lot, and gas station (butane bottles available).
Via the port of Gruž, Dubrovnik is connected with all major Croatian ports. There are regular ferry lines to Ancona, Pescara, and Bari in Italy. Dubrovnik Airport has worldwide international flight connections. Bus lines lead to all major European cities. The marina is connected to the port of Gruž and the old city by bus lines.
For best service please inform us of your arrival time and whether you need a transfer or not.
Sailing Croatia is a holiday that's filled with beautiful sights, gorgeous weather, lovely people, and long, fun-filled days under the sun. You can get started on your vacation now, by taking a closer look at our fleet page – we have options for sailboat & catamaran charter Croatia, yacht charter Trogir, yacht charter Dubrovnik, bareboat charter, skippered charter, crewed yacht charter, cabin charter, sailing school, and flotilla sailing.
Why choose Navigare Yachting? We offer Navigare Experience-a superb service on the market & exclusive payment plan that allows you to pay for sailing Croatian islands in up to six monthly installments. Book your sailing Croatia holiday today to find out how.