Croatia Yacht Charter
Dalmatian Coast | Dubrovnik | Krka National Park | Trogir | Split | Kornati | Adriatic Sea
Comprehensive guide for yachting vacations in Croatia - Find out when to go, what to see, photos, itineraries, climate & events.
Why Croatia is so popular for yachting?
Charter a luxury crewed yacht in Croatia - a land of dramatic beauty, incredible history, and lively culture. From the high alpine peaks to the stunning coastline, her natural treasures are beckoning to be explored. Travel to this remarkable country for an idyllic vacation and create memories that will stay with you always.
Along the Dalmatian Coast, the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea are dotted with gorgeous islands and are perfect for chartering a luxury yacht. Whether you seek the cultural experience of exploring the many historic medieval towns, day hiking in Rab to gain spectacular views, or a stroll through the lavender fields of Hvar… there is so much to experience!
FYLY Exclusive Yachts can help with your booking and in creating a wonderful travel experience. From the selection of the perfect boat to choosing the area you wish to explore- we are here to help make the process easy.
If you would like to combine some time on land, we are happy to assist in planning. There are gorgeous areas such as Plitvice Lakes National Park- a stunning walk through will show you the true wonders of nature. Or, rent a little place and stay in Skradin for a few days to explore the town and nearby Krka National Park. Then, head off on your charter and experience even more of this unbelievable country!
Split, Trogir, and Dubrovnik are some of the beautiful ports that yacht charters embark from, allowing for additional exploring of these incredible cities. Whether you leave the marina and cruise in the north toward Sibenik and the Kornati Archipelago or out off the Dalmatian Coast around the stunning island of Korcula, there is truly something for everyone to experience.
Split is a gorgeous city along the central Dalmatian Coast and the second largest in Croatia. The port of Split allows charters the flexibility of either a northern or southern itinerary depending on your group’s interests.
UNESCO protected Trogir, a charming destination to begin your sail. A tiny island connected by bridge to the mainland, Trogir boasts a mix of architectural styles such as Renaissance, Romanesque and Baroque along with fortifications. Across the narrow straight and connected to Trogir, Ciovo, is another lovely destination to explore. As with Split, from the marina in Trogir, you have the flexibility for both northern and southern itineraries.
A southern itinerary takes you on a cultural journey of the Dalmatian Islands. Explore medieval towns and enjoy the scenes of Brač, Šolta, Korčula, Mljet, and Vis … or, head to the Blue cave on Biševo for an incredible marine experience.
A northern itinerary takes in the beauty of nature- find your ideal anchorage among the beautiful islands of the Kornati Archipelago. Sail to Otok Kornat, the second largest island of the Archipelago which is composed of a total of 89 islands, islets and rocks.
Tips & FAQs
A crewed yacht charter is perfect to enjoy the serene Adriatic Sea while cruising this picturesque country. You have the freedom to explore and travel to places only accessible by boat. See the real Croatia, meet the people, and fall in love with the breath-taking scenery. Croatia will capture your heart, calm your mind, and rejuvenate your spirit.
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See & Do
What can you see & do on your summer vacations in Croatia?
Eat & Drink
What can you eat & drink on your summer vacations in Croatia?
See our recommended itineraries for Croatia or let us plan one for you
What are the best times to travel to the Croatia?
For a beach holiday, the best months are July and August. It is worth while to recall that the northernmost part of the coast (Istria, Rijeka) can sometimes experience thunderstorms, or rainy days even in summer, which are rarer along the coast of Dalmatia. In general, autumn rains (which can be heavy in the coastal area) begin in the middle of September. In autumn, the moist southerly winds prevail. You can visit the rest of Croatia (inland regions, including the capital) from May to September. The sun often shines, but during the afternoon, thunderstorms are possible (on average, one day every 3 or 4).
In July and August, it can be hot at times, especially in the plains and in inland valleys, so those who don't like the heat may prefer May, June and September.
What to pack on your Yachting Vacations in Croatia?
In summer bring light clothes, T-shirts, but also long pants, a light jacket and a sweatshirt for the evening and for cooler days, especially in inland areas and in Istria; an umbrella or raincoat, especially in inland areas and Istria.