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Explore Croatia

Where Ancient Cities Meet The Sparkling Adriatic Shoreline

Croatia stands as a Mediterranean jewel, adorned with numerous hidden treasures along its seemingly boundless coastline, offering a plethora of breathtaking cruising opportunities. With its abundance of unspoiled islands, charming marinas, historic urban centers, quaint villages, and inviting beaches, Croatia is quickly emerging as a favored destination for yacht charters.

A destination of timeless allure, Croatia draws an increasing number of yacht enthusiasts to its dreamlike Dalmatian Coast every summer. The Adriatic waters sparkle with untouched islands, inviting countless anchorages, making this coastline an absolute must-visit. Of the 1,185 islands scattered across the region, only 66 are inhabited, ensuring seclusion and privacy for those seeking a tranquil escape. However, the Dalmatian archipelago boasts remarkable diversity, with a plethora of enchanting coves, bays, and beaches waiting to be explored, alongside picturesque harbors and medieval ports.

The most captivating stretch of this coastline lies between Split and Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik's ancient city walls and baroque architecture, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offer an unforgettable experience. Situated at the southern tip of Croatia, the city's rich history and recent fame as King's Landing in HBO's Game of Thrones series attract discerning travelers eager to stroll its white limestone streets and explore its museums and art galleries.

Among the sun-drenched islands awaiting discovery are Hvar, Vis, Korčula, and Brač. Korčula, steeped in culture and history, is believed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo and is renowned for its lush vineyards and olive groves. Brač and Zlatni Rat offer ideal settings for water sports, with excellent windsurfing conditions and exceptional scuba diving sites, respectively. Hvar, one of the most fashionable and beautiful islands in the archipelago, boasts designer boutiques, exquisite wineries, and vibrant nightlife.

Beyond Croatia's dazzling beaches lies a wealth of exhilarating inland adventures and romantic medieval towns, set against a backdrop of rolling hills. The region's temperate climate, clear skies, and diverse flora make it a sought-after charter destination.

If you're considering a private yachting vacation in the Adriatic, explore our collection of luxury charter yachts available for rent in Croatia.

Featured Yachts

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7 Day Croatia Charter Itinerary - Dubrovnik to Split

Commence Your Journey in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, a city steeped in rich history and enduring allure, serves as the perfect starting point for your yachting escapade.

Yacht enthusiasts venturing to Dubrovnik will find themselves captivated by the city's enchanting ambiance. The cobblestone streets weave through a tapestry of historical landmarks and cultural treasures, including the renowned Rector's Palace and the majestic fortification walls enveloping the city's perimeter. Ascend the hills via cable cars and indulge in a scenic lunch with a view at Panorama.

For those visiting in July, a highlight not to be missed is the illustrious Dubrovnik Summer Festival Read more. Spanning seven weeks, this celebration of culture, music, and the arts imbues the city with a vibrant atmosphere of festivity and joy, providing an unparalleled experience to savor during your yacht charter.


Venture to Mljet

Opt to savor a delightful meal aboard your yacht or venture ashore to indulge in delectable fare at Nautika, an exceptional seafood restaurant Read more.

Following an enchanting evening in Dubrovnik, awaken rejuvenated and set sail westward to the serene island of Mljet. This secluded haven, enveloped in part by a National Park, offers a tranquil retreat away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Drop anchor and immerse yourself in ample opportunities for snorkeling, cycling, or kayaking.

The island boasts two picturesque lakes, each adorned with charming beaches, providing an unparalleled setting for basking under the Mediterranean sun. Nestled amidst one of the lakes lies a petite rocky islet, home to the Benedictine Monastery of St. Mary's Island. Here, you can peruse a small quaint Game of Thrones museum and unwind with refreshing beverages and gelato at a cozy café.


Explore Lastovo Island

Exquisitely pristine and delightfully unspoiled, Lastovo Island stands as one of Croatia's best-kept secrets.

Only recently accessible to foreign yachts, Lastovo Island is a newcomer to the Croatia yacht charter circuit. Nevertheless, it's swiftly gaining popularity due to its breathtaking landscapes and numerous diving spots.

Enveloped by a scattering of islets and boasting miles of untouched shorelines, Lastovo offers an ideal setting to drop anchor and bask in the sun from the comfort of your yacht's deck. Engage in water activities with the onboard toys or venture ashore for a delightful beach picnic. Discover a local market on the island offering fresh seafood; enlist your yacht chef to craft a sumptuous feast using the day's catch from the local fishermen.


Experience the Dalmatian Gem of Vis

While Vis may lack in modern development, its rustic allure and rugged magnificence more than compensate.

Continuing your westward journey, your crewed yacht charter will guide you to Vis. This diminutive Croatian island gained fame with its appearance in the Mamma Mia sequel, showcasing its crystal-clear aquamarine waters, terracotta-tiled roofs, and pine-covered landscapes. While Vis remains a well-kept secret among the yachting community, it's an essential stop on any East Mediterranean private yacht charter.

Visitors seeking a refreshing dip in the sea will find ample opportunities, as Vis boasts waters so transparent they resemble polished glass, complemented by fine-pebbled beaches that enhance the island's allure as a yachting haven. Among its famed beaches is Stiniva Beach, a narrow expanse of pebbles nestled between towering cliffs reaching up to 35 meters high.


Immerse Yourself in the Splendor of Hvar

Indulge in the allure of Hvar, an island that seamlessly blends old-world charm with vibrant energy.

Hvar exudes a tropical ambiance, boasting azure waters and palm-fringed marinas that evoke a sense of paradise. After unwinding on board for the past two days, you'll relish the opportunity to explore the enchanting streets and attractions of Hvar.

Meander through the city's labyrinthine cobblestone pathways, adorned with charming flower-filled window boxes. Don't miss the chance to visit the Renaissance-era cathedral nestled in Hvar's historic heart, followed by a leisurely treat of ice cream and coffee while taking in the bustling atmosphere of the central square.


Exploring the Iconic Beach of Brac

Zlatni Rat, one of Croatia's most iconic beaches, boasts a mesmerizing triangle of golden sand embraced by hues of turquoise.

Close to Hvar lies the enchanting island of Brac, adorned with numerous stunning beaches and ideal spots for snorkeling and swimming. Among these treasures is Zlatni Rat, aptly named the 'golden horn' in Croatian.

The outcrop is adorned with Mediterranean pine groves, enhancing its picturesque allure, drawing both yacht enthusiasts and locals alike. One side of the island offers invigorating winds, attracting surfers, while the other side offers tranquility, perfect for leisurely paddling or savoring a light meal with panoramic views of the azure Adriatic.


Heading Towards Trogir

Embark on an overnight journey to Trogir and awaken amidst emerald waters, surrounded by breathtaking vistas overlooking the Venetian-style city of Trogir.

As you approach Trogir, make your way to the deck of your luxury yacht to marvel at the scenic beauty unfolding before you. The town is adorned with canals and waterways, adorned by red-roofed houses lining the waterfront, while Baroque architecture adorns its charming streets.

For those eager to immerse themselves in Dalmatian culture and history, Trogir offers abundant opportunities. Spend your day wandering along the waterfront or exploring the labyrinthine marble streets, where tales of the past come alive at every turn.


Conclude in Split

Your remarkable yacht charter journey comes to a close in Split, Croatia's vibrant second-largest city and a renowned yachting hub in the Adriatic.

While your yacht charter may be ending, Split offers a plethora of attractions to explore, ensuring that your adventure concludes on a high note. From its pristine seas to its accessible beaches nestled within the city, Split promises endless opportunities for discovery.

A visit to the iconic Diocletian’s Palace is a must for every visitor to Split. This ancient marvel stands as a testament to Croatia's rich Roman heritage, boasting remarkably preserved architecture and captivating historical insights.

Feeling inspired to embark on your own Croatia yacht charter adventure? Explore our full range of luxury yachts available for crewed charters in Croatia and start planning your next unforgettable journey.

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