The Dalmatian lands are divided into the coastline, mountains, and plains. You need to consider local knowledge. With so many islands and coves to sail around and restaurants to choose from you can choose local knowledge from chartering Croatia captain style.
Even if you have a license or equivalent day international skipper, you might want to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds, have a captain to inspire your holiday with local knowledge
Where to go?
There are at least five different marinas you can start your bareboat charter Croatia sailing from, as follows:
Dubrovnic – UNESCO world heritage city to the South of the country near Split
Split – is an ancient city with a heart featuring a multicultural summer festival from mid-July to mid-August
Zadar – In the middle of the coastline, offers a selection of sailing to the North, towards Pula or south to Split
Biograd – closest to Zadar and also close to the famous Croatian island archipelago
Pula – the most northern part of the Dalmatian coast and the border with East Italy
Qualifications and mooring fees
In order to rent a yacht in this country. It is necessary to have at least a day skipper license or international equivalent, VHF license included. This is seen by the port authority as a condition, and of course for your own peace of mind! Mooring fees for marina range per night cost of between forty USD for one hundred and twenty USD.
Marina facilities are on the whole very good, with shore power and a lot of space.