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Explore Croatia's islands & Adriatic coastline aboard you own exclusive yacht charter in Croatia and discover why this enchanting coastline is becoming the top sailing holiday destination in Europe..
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On the beautiful Adriatic coast bordering Italy, Slovenia and Montenegro. Croatia is a country of 1185 islands islets and reefs, mostly uninhabited and preserved, the perfect recepie for a perfect sailing holiday. Last year,Croatia was ranked second out of 30 countries for the cleanest waters in the Mediterranean. Croatia is now recognised as one of the most popular cruising grounds in Europe, a magnet to sailors worldwide, due to the number of enchanting islands, those crystal clear waters & generally calm protected seas. Add to this its cultural & natural diversity and you have, in our view, the perfect sailing holiday destination, be it aboard a Luxury Crewed yacht charter, Skippered yacht charter or, self-sail, bareboat yacht charter.
We are probably The U.K's leading independent specialist for yacht charter, sailing holidays & Gulet rental in Croatia, with over 10 years experience of chartering in this region of the Adriatic and invite you to explore the most beautiful, sailing grounds, in the world!. Not only do we have the best offers for sailboats, catamarans and motoryachts with, or without, Skipper or Crew, for charter in Croatia, we also pride ourselves on only offering only the top quality yachts, & service to match, to allow you to relax and enjoy your sailing holiday in Croatia.
We have yacht charter bases all along the Adriatic coast of Croatia, from Pula in the north, to Dubronvk in the south, and many suberb locations in between, all easily acessible from major airports. Click for a Map of the Croatian coastline & islands, featuring locations of our recommended Bareboat & Skippered Yacht Charter bases.
We are not an internet directory listing unknown Crewed, Skippered or Bareboat Sailboat & Catamarans to rent, from unknown/untested operators in Croatia.........We are long standing, U.K. registered, yacht charter company, that offers a personalised, quality service to its many clients. All our yachts, their owners and the bases are well known to us, many for over 10 years, and have been inspected by us, or one of our agents, to ensure they meet our high standards. Being independent means that we only offer the very best quality yachts, from reputable owners & operators, that we know and trust.
Bareboat or Skippered yacht charter in Croatia
Dalmatia - the most popular region for yacht charters, owing to its ease of access form Split or Zadar airports, and it's unique proximity to so many enchanting islands, whichever way the wind blows, there is always another new island to explore only a short sail away. Some of the better known towns along the Dalmatian coast Dubrovnik, Split and Trogir are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The renaissance architecture of Hvar or Korcula, typical unspoiled Dalmatian Island villages of Vis or Brac, natural parks of Mljet & Telascica and National parks of Krka Waterfalls & the Kornati islands, these gems are only few of the highlights awaiting you on your yacht charter vacation.
Istria - in the North with well know towns of Porec ,Unesco World Heritage listed Rovinj and Pula with its Roman Amphitheatre. The famous Brijuni islands once presidents Tito's private retreat can also be found of this coastline. The A myriad of islands, including Cres & Mali Losinj, are an easy day sail away. Venice is also only a short cruise from the Istrian coast.
Climate - The coast and islands have a Mediterranean type of climate, perfect for sailing, with hot sunny summers, sometimes disturbed by the odd thundery rain shower. During July and August it can be very hot (up to 38 degrees). June and September are the best months, if you prefer to avoid excessive heat and on the Dalmatian Coast May and October as well. Croatian winds can be characterized as being light to moderate from September to June, with occasional storms, while July and August are generally calm, with more frequent storms. During periods of high pressure, the Adriatic displays the classic rhythms of cooling winds from the sea during the day and warm winds from land during the night.
When to come- The most crowded period is July and August when sailing enthusiasts from Europe flock to the coast but the months of May, June, September and October should not be overlooked for a quieter visit to this unspoiled coast during good weather.The sailing is excellent, as the wind funnels down between the islands. Predominantly westerly in the summer, the occasional "Jugo" blows from the south east to keep you on your toes.
All the ingredients are there for fantastic sailing holidays. Aboard your own, exclusive yacht, you can experience excellent sailing, spectacular scenery and visits to lots of beautiful places that would otherwise not be accessible.
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