Yacht Charter in Croatia

Yacht Charter in Croatia is a place for those who love sailing, exploring and enjoying the beautiful Croatian coast and islands, on every type of boat rental. In Croatia you can find and book our yacht charter in Croatia, in the region of Istria , Northern Adriatic, Dalmatia and Southern Adriatic

Charter with a crew

or Charter skipper offers you a vacation on our pleasant and relaxing luxury yacht, a holiday on a cruise on the Adriatic. You are welcome to book the boat in Croatia with early booking discount or Last Minute. Yacht-Rent – Yacht Charter Croatia is the place where your holiday begins!

Split Yacht Charter

Second most important city in Croatia and true heart and nerve center of Dalmatia, easily reachable from many cities such as Zadar or Ancona, Split is the ideal port from which, by renting sailing boats and motor boats, organizing wonderful excursions and cruises throughout the region and visit beautiful islands such as Hvar, Brac, Solta, Vis and others. On board our Yacht spend a different, exclusive, relaxing holiday far from the chaos of the mainland.

Outside Split

you will be spoiled for choice as to the places to visit and the tourist destinations to visit: the Bay of Castles with its Seven Castles, the Island of Bua and that of Solta with its countless bays perfect for the bathing, then here is the coast of Trogir, full of headlands, fascinating caves, and sandy and rocky beaches that can satisfy the tastes of every type of tourist. And then the island of Korcula, with its endless bays and therapeutic mud renowned all over the world, or the island of Vis, also known as Lissa, with its steep and wild coasts, known for fishing and viticulture, full of wonderful lagoons.

Sibenico Boats Charter

The Krka waterfalls are one of the main naturalistic attractions of Croatia, as well as sought after tourist destination. The river Krka flows along the plain of Knin until you enter a 50 km long kanyon from which waterfalls and lakes originate. The largest waterfall is 26 meters high and the largest lake is that of Visovac with the islet on which stands a charming Franciscan monastery.

The Krka waterfalls

are included within the homonymous National Park which is divided into paths marked with steps and bridges that flank the river and the waterfalls. Along the way it is possible to visit ancient mills for grinding wheat and the processing of felt, as well as ethnographic museums.