ONE WAY sailing route Split – Dubrovnik

ONE WAY sailing route Split – Dubrovnik

One-way sailing route Split to Dubrovnik I 7 days

Split – Milna – Hvar - Sćedro – Korčula – NP Mljet – Šipan – Dubrovnik

One-way sailing route Split to Dubrovnik, or vice versa, is a perfect choice if you want to see as much as possible in one week of sailing. One-way yacht charter means picking up the yacht in one of the charter marinas in Split and Trogir and leaving it in Dubrovnik at the end of the week. The standard check-in time is on Saturday from 17h; if you'd like to leave earlier, we suggest booking an early check-in service.

Split - The Heart of Dalmatia

Split is a great place to start your sailing holidays in Croatia. It`s an ancient city with over 2000 years of history, and it is the second-largest city in Croatia. The city is famous for its beaches and the impressive fortified Palace at its center. The Palace was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian. You can visit certain parts of this UNESCO  World Heritage Site, as well as the St Domnius Cathedral, which dominates the view of the city.

Split`s location makes it ideal for sailing trips and yacht charters in Croatia. Because of its central position in Dalmatia, you can easily explore all that this region has to offer by taking weekly or daily trips. In the area 50 km around Split, you can charter a yacht and sail out of six nautical marinas. You can find and rent any vessel: sailboat, sail or power catamaran, small motorboat or luxury motor yacht, gulet, or luxury motorsailer. 



Milna is the old fisherman village on the northwest side of the island of Brač. The welcoming bays of Milna have always been a favorite port for sailors in the Adriatic. Milna is beautiful and the safest harbor of Brač. There are two very well-equipped marinas  – ACI Marina Milna and Marina Vlaška.



Hvar town is situated in the middle of the south side of the island of Hvar. It is an ancient city of rich history, culture, architecture, and beautiful nature. On the nearby Pakleni Islands, you can find your oasis of peace in ACI Marina Palmižana or one of the anchorages.  If you stay in Palmižana, the best way to get to the town of Hvar is to take a taxi boat.



With its untouched beauty and many hidden coves, the island of Šćedro provides an intimate experience to its guests. Šćedro is in front of the middle part of the island Hvar (from the south). On your way from Hvar to Šćedro, you can make lunch and swimming stop in one of the beautiful bays of Hvar's south shores: Zaraće, Dubovica, Lučišća.



On the way to Korčula, you'll sail through the Pelješac channel, a narrow channel that lies between the Pelješac peninsula and Korčula offers a great sailing experience.  Due to the local NW wind called Maestral, the channel is famous among windsurfers and kitesurfers worldwide.  Maestral appears in the channel mainly during the summer season.

The synonim for Korčula old town is  “Little Dubrovnik.” This coastal citadel is dripping with history, with Medieval walls, marble streets, and a rich gastronomic scene. Tourist's favorite hidden stop in south Adriatic. The city's greatest attraction is the house belonging to the Polo family in which, according to legend, was born in 1254. Marko Polo – a Venetian writer, trader, and researcher.

You can stay in the ACI marina Korčula or anchor in one of the bays nearby.



The island of Mljet is the most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls of the Mediterranean. Walk or bike around the lakes in the National Park or simply peacefully enjoy the surroundings' pristine beauty. National Park Mljet makes up most of the island. There are several villages, two saltwater lakes – Veliko and Malo jezero (Big and Small lake), and a Benedictine monastery on the island of St. Mary. If you decide to stay within the National Park, small villages Polače or Pomena would be great sailing destinations on the island's northwestern coast.  The entrance ticket is mandatory to sail and visit the National Park Mljet area. Visitors can purchase tickets online.



The island of Šipan is the largest in the Elaphiti Islands group, close to Dubrovnik. On the islands are two bigger settlements, Suđurađ and Šipanska Luka. Šipanka Luka is the safest harbor on Elaphiti islands, except in stormy and tramontane conditions. Šipan is famous for its excellent small family restaurants and its delightfully laid-back ambiance.



Since Dubrovnik is close to Šipan, before you head back to the yacht charter base, we suggest making a stop for lunch and swimming on the island of Lopud (sandy beach Šunj) or Koločep (Blue Cave).

Traces of the rich history are visible in every single stone and wall of the old town of Dubrovnik. The old town has been on the list of UNESCO world heritage since 1979. 1940 meters of unique medieval walls surround the old town. The city walls in their original form are preserved and open to visitors as the city's flagship attraction.

What to expect: the enchanting Old Town, beaches, sun, culture and beautiful nature, and of course, food. The City is a destination of culture, festivals, prestigious art happenings, major open-air events, excellent artists and athletes, and architectural treasures.

Dubrovnik is the Number 1. attraction in Croatia. Needless to explain. A must-see!


ONE WAY sailing route from Split to Dubrovnik can apply the other way round, sailing from Dubrovnik to Split. To charter a yacht or catamaran from Dubrovnik is possible from ACI marina Dubrovnik or Marina Slano, 35 km north of Dubrovnik.

ONE WAY yacht charter is not a standard service; therefore, count on a ONE WAY fee, which depends on the boat size and type. You can check available yachts from Split or Dubrovnik in our online yacht search, and we will reconfirm one-way sailing availability. If you are looking for a one-way sailing trip from Split to Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik to Split, please feel free to contact us.