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To rent a boat in Split region is easy, safe and fast via Tubber. You can rent a boat in Split-Dalmatia with or without a Tubber skipper. Rent a sailboat if you are sporty. If you want more comfort, rent a luxury sailing yacht or catamaran. Would you like to get something with a little more speed? Rent a motorboat. Whatever kind of boat you want to rent, all boats are available with or without a skipper. We only rent boats from professional owners in Split-Dalmatia, so no private boats. You can rent a boat around Split from 72 EURO per day.
- Split: For example, go to Diocletian's Palace in Split, which dates from the 4th century. This large palace forms the center of the historic city of Split and was formerly built on the orders of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Due to Roman architecture and medieval urban planning, the center of Split is a unique combination and is therefore also on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979.
- Trogir: A very beautiful old town with small, narrow streets and squares, numerous restaurants, cafés, souvenir shops and galleries.
- Brač island: Go to one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia called Zlatni Rat.
- The island of Hvar: Wander in the Saint-Tropez of Croatia and take a look at one of the great beach clubs like Hula Hula and Carpe Diem.
- Biševo Island: When visiting the island, be sure to visit the Blue Cave. This cave is located on the west coast of the island and is bright blue due to the special light.
The Central-Southern province of Dalmatia in Croatia is called Split-Dalmatia. Due to much nature and the location on the Adriatic Sea, the province has a lot to offer the travelers. In addition to the medieval towns, the province has a number of beautiful islands such as Vis, Hvar, Biševo and Brač. During a sailing holiday in Split-Dalmatia, visiting these islands is definitely recommended. Wander into the Saint-Tropez of Croatia on the island of Hvar and take a look at one of the great beach clubs like Hula Hula and Carpe Diem. Or go to one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia called Zlatni Rat on the island of Brač. When visiting the island of Biševo, be sure to visit the Blue Cave. This cave is located on the west coast of the island and is bright blue due to the special light.
For a little inspiration for your holiday in Croatia, we can help you with a route which allows you to see much of this region. For example, rent a boat in Trogir or Split and go on a wonderful sailing holiday along the Dalmatian coast and the many islands. The route we have outlined for you will go past many islands and beautiful cities and can be completed within a week. This route is of course just an example and can be completely adapted to your own wishes.
Sat. Arrival in Trogir, Croatia
Today you'll arrive in Croatia, go to the port to get on the boat and get everything ready to set sail tomorrow.
Day 1. Seget Donji (Trogir) – Milna (Brač) (18 Nautical miles, ca. 3 hours sailing)
Sail from Trogir to the city of Split for lunch and exploring the city. Then sail south to the island of Brač and sail along the beautiful coastline to the village of Milna on the west side of the island to stay in the harbor.
Day 2. Milna – Stari Grad (Hvar) (33Nm, 6h)
A slightly longer voyage awaits today. Sail around the southern part of Brač and visit the famous Zlatni Rat beach on the southern coast. After visiting Croatia's most beautiful beach you can continue your route to Stari Grad on the island of Hvar. In Stari Grad there are several restaurants, terraces and bars to have a refreshing drink in the evening.
Day 3. Stari Grad – Vela luka (Korčula) (24Nm, 4h)
The next day the route will continue to the island of Korčula. Sail around the western tip of the island and explore the beautiful islands opposite the city of Hvar. Then, in a southerly direction, cross to Vela Luka on Korčula.
Day 4. Vela Luka – Vis (Vis) (30Nm, 5h)
Sail in a westerly direction to the beautiful Fish. The town of Vis in the north of the island or Komiža in the west is where you can spend the night. From Fish it is possible to take a boat trip to the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo.
Day 5. Vis – Maslinica (Šolta) (26Nm, 4h)
Today, it is largely a northern crossing on open water. So nice sailing in a northerly direction to the island of Šolta and overnight in Maslinica in the west of the island.
Day 6. Maslinica – Trogir (18Nm, 3h)
Before you check out tomorrow you can sail along the large and small islands of Drvenik for a while before you have to end this beautiful week back in Trogir.
Day 7. Check-out
It's the last day and you will return the boat today.
You can also sail flotilla in Croatia. Croatia offers ideal conditions for those who are new to coastal sailing, with gentle winds and beautiful weather that promises many pleasant hours on deck. For those who like adventure, the wind can sometimes increase, which makes for a slightly stronger ride. Crystal clear blue water makes way for white sandy beaches and secluded bays, while the thousands of Croatian islands offer endless opportunities for adventure.
Due to the excellent road network in Croatia, the majority of travelers choose to drive to their destination. Nevertheless, the coastline of Croatia is also easily accessible by plane. For example, fly to Split. It is best to rent a boat in Split or Trogir and explore Split-Dalmatia from there. The airport is a 40-minute drive from Split ports and a 15-minute drive from Trogir. Tubber can also help you with this. For example, do you want a transport to the port? We can arrange a driver for you.
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