Sailing holidays near Baska Voda

Best places and sailing routes for your sailing trip near Baska Voda. Sailing season details, trade winds and everything you need for perfect sailing holidays.

Marinas in Baska Voda

Baska Voda is a village in Central Dalmatia. Legend has it that, it was founded by the son of the Greek god of war and the Goddess of water. There are many springs and remains of ancient fortifications here.

 

The Baska Voda community is located near Makarska and is part of the Makarska Riviera.

Sailing season
May — September
Travel season
All year round
Marinas in this location
1
Boats in this location
12

Main facts about region

Telephone code:
+385
Language:
Croatian
Timezone:
UTC+1, in summer UTC+2
Currency:
Kuna (HRK)
Population:
2,775

Why boaters love Baska-Voda

Charter boats in Baska Voda stand in the marina with the same name and has 40 berths. It is situated a few minutes walk from the center of the resort, in a bay, between the pebble beaches. The bay is quiet and the sailing yachts are additionally protected by the breakwaters.

 

Beautiful natural pebble beaches on the coast of Baska Voda combines with a pine forest and picturesque views of the Biokovo Mountains. Therefore, the sailing trip Baska-Voda loves both tourists and yachtsmen.

 

Sailing destinations Baska-Voda includes Split, Makarska, and the island of Hvar. Besides, we advise you to explore the entire area of ​​the resort. The best places to sail in Baska-Voda are local fishing villages.

 

The resort locates on the Adriatic coast. It is the ideal starting point for a cruise on the Middle Adriatic.

 

The spirit of Croatia you can felt through the local cuisine. At the restaurant, order salted fish in olive oil, risotto with cuttlefish ink, and crumble.

Baska Voda - Yacht Charter Sailica
Baska Voda - Yacht Charter Sailica
Baska Voda - Yacht Charter Sailica

Baska-Voda travel itinerary

Several popular Baska-Voda sailing routes:

  • Baska Voda — Makarska — Igrane — Gradac — Lovishte (Peljesac peninsula) — Sucurai (Hvar island) — Sumartin (Brac island) — Brela — Baska Voda;

  • Baska Voda — Omis — Stari Grad (island Hvar) — Vis (island Vis) — Vela Luka (island Korcula) — Lovishte —  Ploce — Sumartin (island Brac) — Baska Voda.

1124 €
per week
7
Guests
3
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2003
Built in
1305 €
per week
7
Guests
3
Cabins
39 ft
Length
2006
Built in
1315 €
per week
7
Guests
3
Cabins
41 ft
Length
2003
Built in
1665 €
per week
10
Guests
4
Cabins
46 ft
Length
2003
Built in
1900 €
per week
10
Guests
4
Cabins
45 ft
Length
2014
Built in
2386 €
per week
10
Guests
4
Cabins
44 ft
Length
2014
Built in
2450 €
per week
10
Guests
4
Cabins
45 ft
Length
2015
Built in

The nearest international airport is Split. It is 56 km away, that is about a 40-minute drive.

Yachting season and weather in Baska Voda

The sailing season lasts from May to September. The air temperature is around 30 °C, and water — 23 °C.

 

If you want to charter a boat in Baska Voda, you should remember about the local winds features. The southeastern jugo and northeast bora are blowing all year round. Their gusts are getting weaker during the sailing season. At this time, the yachtsmen also need to take into account the northwestern mistral. The mountain group partially closes the coastline from the mistral, still, at night, the speed and strength of the gusts grow.

Water temperature in sailing season +22...+25 °
Air temperature in sailing season +27...+31 °
Wind speed in sailing season 10 - 15 knots

Weather forecast in Baska Voda for yachting

Forecast and storm warnings are through communication channels in Croatian and English. Channel — 73 at 05.45, 12.45, and 19.45 local time.

 

There is information on weather conditions in such Internet resources:

  • meteo.hr — Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service;
  • accuweather.com — accurate weather data, satellite imagery, cloud cover;
  • windfinder — a service for tracking winds, viewing water and air temperatures.