Zadar: perfect place for sailing

Best sailing areas in Zadar. Sailing routes, weather and wind details, facts about region and important details to sail in Zadar.

Sailing trip in Zadar

Do you want to rent a yacht in Central or Southern Dalmatia? We could help as we offer a wide range of the sailing and motor yachts, advise a good route, tell you about the features of yachting in Central and Southern Dalmatia. Sailica works to make your yacht trip perfect.

Yacht rental in Central and Southern Dalmatia

Central and Southern Dalmatia is a historical region of Croatia, which occupies the coast from the city of Sibenik to Kotor Bay. Famous Dubrovnik and Split are situated here. Besides them, there are dozens of popular resorts in the region. A week long yacht tour is not enough to explore the coast, still, it is quite possible to visit the most interesting places meanwhile.

Major international airports are located in Split and Dubrovnik. They are 40 minutes away from the corresponding marinas. Split and Dubrovnik are the resorts where most of the charter yachts are located. The closest is the marina in Trogir. It is situated a 15-minute drive from the Split airport.

The most popular regattas are the Southern Dalmatia Regatta, International Budweis Regatta, and Carpe Diem Regatta.

Central and Southern Dalmatia Routes

In the region, there are many convenient bays, pine forests grow, and cloudy days are rare.

Here are some of the places the skippers like to visit during the yacht cruises:

  • Mljet, famous for its picturesque coves;
  • Solta, where folklore festivals are held;
  • Lastovo with huge caves;
  • the Plesac peninsula with the best wines in the country and the center for oysters growing.

It is not easy to compile a route for a yacht trip as literally, every point is worth visiting. To plan a yacht cruise in Central and Southern Dalmatia successfully, please, contact our consultants. On the site, you will find the prices for yacht rentals, photos, and other details. Leave a request for the yacht charter, so that we could contact you for an initial consultation.

Central and Southern Dalmatia are the popular yachting parts of the former Kingdom of Dalmatia, now the territory of the modern Croatia. In the central part of Dalmatia are two of the seven national parks of Croatia — Kornati and Krka, as well as the Biokovo Nature Park. Plus, it has the best beaches of the mainland Croatia — small pebbles and pines near the sea.

Southern Dalmatia is the southernmost part of the Croatian seaside. It stretches along for 375 km from the Kvarner Strait to the Bay of Kotor. With a coastline like this the unforgettable vacation on a yacht is guaranteed.

The central city of the Southern Dalmatia is Dubrovnik — the worldwide famous and main Croatian resort. Near Dubrovnik is an international airport.

Yacht rental in Northern Dalmatia is a great idea, which you could easily realize with Sailica. We have a wide range of sailing and motor yachts. We will take into account your wishes and advise which yacht to hire. We will help you to plan your yacht cruise in Northern Dalmatia and describe all the features of the region.

Yacht rental in Northern Dalmatia

Northern Dalmatia is a historical region of Croatia, which occupies the territory from the Pag Island to Primosten. Zadar, Sibenik, and dozens of smaller resorts are situated both inland and on the islands here. Almost everywhere, the yacht charter is available. One could sail between the islands forever, after all, there are 5 hundreds of them, and each one is famous for its wildlife or the architecture of the Venetian or Roman period.

The nearest large airports, where those who want to hire a yacht come, are located in Split and Dubrovnik. Zadar airport serves mainly for in-country flights and rarely for charters.

Regattas are held in every major city of the region, for example, the United Sailing Week in Sibenik, the Zadar Sailing Regatta, and the D-Marin Farr 40 in Zadar.

Northern Dalmatia Routes

A week of travel is enough to visit, for example, Cres, Rab, Lošinj, Krk. Popular destinations for yacht cruises are Zadar — the Kornati archipelago and Zadar — Dugi Otok.

Choose your favorite yacht on the website or in the mobile application. We hold consultations with all those who sent a request. We answer the questions about the prices for yacht charter, discuss the region, and recommend how to relax to the full cheaper.

Marinas in this location
9
Boats in this location
912

Dalmatia is made for yachting! This is the land of numerous islands. It is here where the most interesting routes run with the clearest sea. You can arrange your sailing route in such a way so you can see the maximum of the sights and appreciate the beauty of the local nature.

Available yachts in the region

650 €
per week
4
Guests
2
Cabins
29 ft
Length
1991
Built in
709 €
per week
4
Guests
1
Cabins
23 ft
Length
2003
Built in
781 €
per week
4
Guests
1
Cabins
25 ft
Length
1981
Built in
800 €
per week
8
Guests
3
Cabins
37 ft
Length
2002
Built in
800 €
per week
6
Guests
2
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2003
Built in
850 €
per week
6
Guests
2
Cabins
31 ft
Length
2002
Built in
900 €
per week
8
Guests
3
Cabins
36 ft
Length
2011
Built in
900 €
per week
6
Guests
2
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2002
Built in
900 €
per week
8
Guests
3
Cabins
36 ft
Length
2002
Built in
Sukosan
315 yachts
Biograd
212 yachts
Zadar
148 yachts
Brbinj
1 yacht
Novalja
1 yacht

The climate is subtropical, Mediterranean. In the summer it is quite dry and hot, and the winter is mild, largely due to the mountains, which do not allow the cold air masses to reach the coast. The central and southern Dalmatia is one of the warmest and sunniest places in Croatia. The beach season starts in June and lasts until mid-September. The best time for vacation here is August and early September.