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Explore the enchanting world of Trogir, Croatia, with our bespoke yacht charter experiences. Nestled along the Dalmatian Coast, Trogir beckons sailing enthusiasts to embark on an unforgettable journey through its historic landscapes and azure waters. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, Trogir seamlessly blends cultural richness with the spirit of the Mediterranean, making it an optimal destination for those seeking an immersive yacht charter experience.

The City of Happy Moments

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Trogir is one of the most beautiful Croatian small towns. This historical town is just 10 minutes away from Split International Airport with three nautical marinas in a radius of 3 km. These facts make it a perfect departure point for yacht charters, sailing holidays, and cruising along the Adriatic Sea.

How to get to Trogir?

Trogir is one of the most beautiful Croatian small towns. This historical town is just 10 minutes away from Split International Airport with three nautical marinas in a radius of 3 km. These facts make it a perfect departure point for yacht charters, sailing holidays, and cruising along the Adriatic Sea.

  • By plane: The Split International Airport is only 7 km from Trogir Old Town. Direct flights to Split Airport depart from the following European cities: Rome, Göteborg, Berlin, Prague, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris, London, Manchester, etc. The other option is to book a flight via Zagreb. To reach the city from the airport, take the direct bus line to the city center, Uber, or Taxi. We will be happy to welcome you and organize a transfer for you from the airport to your yacht charter base.
  • By car or bus: You can drive along the Adriatic coastal road or the highway if traveling to Trogir by car. The Croatian Highway is one of the safest and most beautiful in Europe.
  • By boat: Trogir is 25 km from Split, so you can travel to Split by ferry or speed catamaran, you can use some of the regular ferry lines from Rijeka or Dubrovnik toward Split, or international ferry or fast lines from Italy.

History & Culture of Trogir

The entire city of Trogir is a museum and a place where there is an attraction behind every corner. Greek colonists from the island of Vis founded the city of Trogir in the 3rd. St. B.C. It is considered the best-preserved Romanesque Gothic city in Central Europe.

Trogir has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. Its culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks then the Romans, and Venetians. Trogir has a high concentration of palaces, churches, and towers, as well as a fortress “Karmelengo.” The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period. It was embellished by successive rulers with many beautiful public and domestic buildings and fortifications.

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Kamerlengo Fortress

This inspiring Mediterranean city has attracted many great masters ever since the time of the ancient Greeks. These masters lived in Trogir and created some of their most famous masterpieces here.

This City of Masters began its master story with the portal of Master Radovan, Muscardelli, Aleši, Blaž Jurjev Trogiranin, Firentinac, and Duknović. These masters marked a turning point in the history of Trogir, placing it at the very top of the art world.

Since 1997. is under UNESCO protection. Well-preserved city walls, doors, and palaces, several churches, and monasteries. St. John’s Cathedral with the masterpiece Portal of Master Radovan. The Romanesque art of Radovan’s portal describes the humanistic truth of redemption and shows us that good and love always outweigh evil.

This is just part of what you can expect to see in this charming little town of cozy narrow streets paved by yellow smooth stone.

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The Portal of Master Radovan

Culinary Delights in Trogir

Indulge in Dalmatian cuisine after a day of sailing. Trogir's waterfront restaurants and konobas offer a delectable array of dishes, with a focus on fresh seafood, local herbs, and olive oil. Discover the authentic flavors of grilled fish, octopus salad, and peak-roasted lamb.

Here are just some of the recommended restaurants in Split: Don Dino, Il Ponte, Bocel, Trs, Franka, and Calebotta.

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Calebotta Restaurant, Trogir

Yacht Charter Options in Trogir

Trogir's strategic location makes it an ideal starting point for yacht charters. Sail to nearby islands like Brač, Hvar, and Šolta, where crystal-clear waters and secluded coves await. The sailing trip from Trogir promises the perfect blend of gentle sea breezes and warm Mediterranean sun, creating an idyllic setting for a leisurely exploration of the stunning coastline.

What types of boats and charters are available in Trogir?

Whether you are looking for a bareboat, skippered, or fully crewed luxury yacht, the choice is vast. There are three marinas in a radius of only 2 km around the city. ACI Marina Trogir, Marina Trogir, and Marina Baotić. From these marinas, you can rent any type of boat or yacht: sailboat, catamaran, motorboat, motor yacht, gulet.  

Besides the standard weekly charter, day trips by boat from Trogir to the islands of Brač, Hvar, Šolta, and Vis, are very popular. If you are staying in a hotel or private accommodation, taking a day trip to one of the nearby islands is a must-do. It's a great way to use your free time in the best possible way. Moreover, you can visit several different islands and enjoy swimming in secluded bays in just one day. Whether you'd like to have a private day trip or with a group of other guests, feel free to contact us.  

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Marina Baotić

When is the best time for Sailing and Yacht Charter in Trogir?

The region's climate and weather patterns play a significant role in determining when the seas are at their most inviting, and when the winds are in your favor. Trogir, Croatia, experiences distinct seasons, each offering a unique charm for catamaran enthusiasts. The sailing season typically spans from April to October, with different months catering to various preferences.

Spring (April to June):

Spring heralds the beginning of the sailing season, with milder temperatures and blossoming landscapes. During this time, the sea is awakening from winter, providing a tranquil setting for sailing. The coast is adorned with vibrant flora, and the moderate winds make for pleasant journeys to nearby islands like Brač and Šolta.

Summer (July to August):

High summer is the peak of the sailing season, characterized by warm temperatures and clear skies. The Adriatic Sea is at its most inviting, allowing for leisurely sails to renowned destinations such as Hvar, Vis, and the Pakleni Islands. However, keep in mind that this period is popular, and marinas and anchorages may be busier.

Autumn (September to October):

As summer transitions into autumn, sailing conditions remain favorable, and the crowds begin to dwindle. The sea retains its warmth, providing a comfortable environment for exploration. Autumn is an ideal time for a more relaxed catamaran charter, allowing you to savor the tranquility of the islands and coastal towns.

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What can you visit on a Yacht Charter from Trogir?

Due to its convenient location in the middle of the Dalmatian coast, it is easy to explore both the north and south of the region. From Split, sailors can visit picturesque islands, quiet bays, and charming fishing villages along the Adriatic coast.

With a yacht charter from Trogir, you can explore the beautiful islands of Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Šolta, and Brač, each with its unique charm and character. Additionally, the sailing route can take sailors from Split to historic towns such as Split, Primošten, Šibenik, and Makarska, showcasing the breathtaking scenery, crystal-clear waters, and delicious local cuisine of the region. If you'd like to visit the islands of South Dalmatia, we recommend a One-way yacht charter from Trogir to Dubrovnik.

Trogir is also a great starting point for exploring some of Croatia's most beautiful national parks, including Krka National Park and the Kornati Islands. Krka National Park is home to a stunning waterfall system and hiking trails, while the Kornati Islands boast pristine and untouched landscapes. Get inspired with the National Parks Sailing Itinerary.

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Skradin

The Sailing Itinerary Suggestions for Yacht Charters from Trogir?

Day 1: Trogir to Šolta

Afternoon: Depart from Trogir to Maslinica or Šešula Bay on the island of Šolta
Explore Maslinica`s picturesque harbor, visit local markets, and enjoy a leisurely swim.
Evening: Dine at one of the seaside restaurants.

Day 2: Šolta to Vis

Morning: Sail to the serene island of Vis.
Afternoon: Explore the picturesque town of Komiža
Evening: Relish fresh seafood at local restaurants

Day 3: Vis to Lastovo

Morning: Navigate to the secluded island of Lastovo.
Afternoon: Explore Lastovo's natural beauty, visit the town, and relax in a tranquil bay.
Evening: Enjoy a peaceful night anchored in Lastovo.

Day 4: Lastovo to Korčula

Morning: Set sail for the historic island of Korčula.
Afternoon: Explore the medieval Old Town, visit Marco Polo's birthplace, and savor local wines.
Evening: Dine in an atmospheric restaurant along Korčula's charming waterfront.

Day 5: Korčula to Hvar

Morning: Sail to the vibrant island of Hvar.
Afternoon: Explore Hvar Town, visit the historic fortress, and wander through the charming streets.
Evening: Experience Hvar's renowned nightlife or enjoy a quiet dinner in the old town.

Day 6: Hvar to Brač

Morning: Cruise to the island of Brač
Afternoon: Relax in one of the quiet bays, explore the charming town of Milna, and savor local dishes.
Evening: Experience the tranquility of the night sky.

Day 7: Brač to Trogir

Morning: Sail back to Trogir.
Afternoon: Explore and stroll through the Old Town, and indulge in some last-minute shopping.
Evening: Conclude your journey with a farewell dinner at a local restaurant in Trogir.

This itinerary ensures a well-rounded and enjoyable sailing experience from Trogir to Šolta, Hvar, Korčula, Lastovo, Vis, Brač, and back to Trogir. Adjustments can be made based on your preferences and weather conditions for an optimal experience.

Embark on a yacht charter in Trogir for an unparalleled experience that seamlessly integrates history, breathtaking landscapes, and sailing adventure. Trogir, with its UNESCO heritage, provides the perfect canvas for those seeking a yacht charter in the heart of the Mediterranean. Explore the treasures of Trogir as you navigate its waters, making memories that will last a lifetime.

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