Bareboat Charter Croatia

Bareboat Yacht Charter Croatia

On a bareboat yacht charter you sail the boat yourself and explore Croatia with family or friends.

A bareboat yacht charter allows you to sail your own route around the stunning Dalmatian coast and islands with the freedom to explore and discover something new each day.

The marina yacht bases are in close proximity to Split airport - just a 15-20 minute drive away and we can organise transfers for you. The full service marinas have all the shops and facilities you need close to hand at the start and end of your yacht charter.

We have widest selection of latest model monohull and catamaran yachts from 34 feet with 3 cabins to 57 feet with 6 cabins. 

What Support do you get?

The professional, friendly and knowledgeable yacht base teams will be waiting to welcome you and to make sure you have the best bareboat sailing holiday around the Dalmatian coastline and islands.

  • 15-20 minute transfer from Split airport to the marina yacht base
  • Receive information and assistance for provisioning at base
  • 24/7 communication with the base team via radio or phone and in the unlikely event of you needing support, backup is provided
  • Receive weather information and updates
  • Plan your own routes or get suggestions and advice on the sailing area from the best anchorages, beaches and mooring advice to great restaurants, cafes, bakeries and local shops
  • You will receive a comprehensive handover of your yacht including its operation and all of the equipment aboard
  • Charts, a comprehensive sailing guide/pilotage to the area and navigation aids including on-deck chart plotter are all onboard

Sailing Yachts

All the yachts are the latest models including brand new yachts with good specifications and are fully equipped and include:

  • Large bathing platform with swim ladder and deck shower
  • Bimini sunshade and sprayhood
  • Autopilot & cockpit chart plotter
  • Bow thruster (on most yachts)
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Air conditioning available on some catamarans
  • In-mast furling mainsail or slab reefed mainsail 
  • Stereo radio & CD player, MP3, AUX, USB + external cockpit speakers
  • Bed linen & pillows and optional yacht towels
  • Dinghy tender, optional outboard engine & optional stand up paddleboards (SUP's)
  • FREE WI-FI (70 GB per week) 

Sailing Area & Mooring

With over 1000 islands, Croatia’s stunning Dalmatian Coast provides a colourful and diverse Mediterranean sailing ground.

Clear, sheltered and tranquil waters of the Adriatic, and the perfect balance of modern and cosmopolitan together with diverse historical heritage makes Croatia one of the leading yacht charter destinations.

In Croatia you will generally pay to moor each night in a marina, harbour or sometimes on a mooring buoy. However, you generally pay less for flights to Croatia than to Greece. There are also some bays where you can moor for free and take your dinghy ashore. Mooring fees at the first class marina yacht bases at the start and end of your charter are included in the yacht price. For the rest of your charter mooring fees depend on the size of the yacht and route taken, but as a guide, marinas will cost around £1.50 per foot per night, town quays and mooring buoys will cost around £1.00 per foot per night.

The benefits are guaranteed mooring spaces with power and water which you can book in advance, less chance of over crowding in bays and small harbours and organised mooring buoys for extra peace of mind. You will also have the assistance of friendly and well organised marina staff and port authorities to help you moor up and advise you about all the great facilities available.  


To sail a yacht bareboat Croatian Maritime Law requires you to have a sailing license issued by the state authority of the country that you are coming from. A VHF radio license is also required. For the UK this is usually the ICC (International Certificate of Competence) or RYA Day Skipper Practical (or higher), or a similar qualification from other countries.

With previous experience sailing on a similar size yacht the skipper should be assisted by at least one competent member of crew over 18 years of age. The skipper should be competent at handling a yacht in close quarters, anchoring and mooring in varying conditions and be able to use navigation and pilotage skills to plan the day’s sailing and know your position at any time.

For more information

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