Numerous islands, beautiful places, pristine nature, and hidden bays enable the best sailing routes in Croatia.
Professional skippers who have spent years sailing on Adriatic and know every single corner and hidden bay create our sailing itineraries.
Sailing routes are not fixed, unless you cruise with a mini cruise ship, you can easily combine some different places and islands of your interest. Sailing in Croatia is being easy and safe since the distance between the nearest islands is 1-2 hours sailing.
Our repeating clients confirm that each time they come back, there are new places to discover. From the north to the south, more than 1000 islands are waiting for you.
There are nearly 60 marinas in Croatia, on the mainland, and on the islands. All marinas are well equipped and contain all necessary facilities and provide a comfortable and safe berth. Plan the route in advance. This way, you will sail more relaxed and have more time for other activities. When you charter a boat with a skipper/crew, please send the route preference in advance.
Split – Milna – Hvar- Sćedro – Korčula – NP Mljet – Šipan – Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik – Šipan – NP Mljet – Korčula – Šćedro – Hvar – Milna ( Brač) – Split
Split – Sutivan – Pučišća – Vrboska – Lovište – Šćedro – Pakleni Islands – Split
Split – Pučišća – Vrboska – Stari Grad – Komiža – Vis – Split
Split – Maslinica – Primošten – NP Krka – NP Kornati – NP Telašćica – Kaprije – Split
Split – Milna – Hvar – Korčula – Lastovo – Vis – Maslinica – Split
Rogoznica – Maslinica – Stari Grad – Pakleni islands – Komiža – Vis – Milna – Trogir – Rogoznica
Split – Milna – Hvar – Korčula – Elaphiti Islands – Dubrovnik – Pelješac – Mljet – Lastovo – Vis – Komiža – Starigrad – Šolta – Trogir – Krknjaši ( Blue Lagoon) – Split
Split – Island Vis – Island Hvar (Pakleni islands) – Island Šolta – Split
Sail and explore Istria, Kvarner bay & North Dalmatia
Tips for nice beaches and bays with shallow water, perfect for swimming and snorkeling.