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To rent a boat in the Zadar region is easy, safe, and fast with Tubber. You can rent a boat in Zadar 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 Zadar, so no private boats. You can rent a boat around Zadar from 80 EURO per day.
The coast of Croatia has many points of interest and beautiful places to visit, with Zadar itself surrounded by no less than four major nature reserves, including the famous Kornati islands and the national park of Paklenica. These are ideal places to moor your yacht, catamaran, or motorboat and explore. Tubber has yachts for charter in Zadar’s marina, as well as the nearby Olive Island Marina and Preko marina.
- Zadar City: The city of Zadar is known as a city with various events, which makes it interesting for tourists. The most famous sights in Zadar are the Sea Organs and the Greetings to the Sun. The wind and the waves make a beautiful concert as they flow through the organs. The Greetings to the Sun is a floor of light that moves to the rhythm of the waves.
- Biograd: This town is surrounded by hundreds of islands and some beautiful national parks. If you are a diving fanatic, this is the place to be. The underwater world of Zadar is very varied thanks to the many islands and the extensive coastline. There are shipwrecks, lots of sea algae and even dolphins.
- Dugi Otok: The largest and westernmost island of the Zadar Islands. The West Coast is long and rugged. Many of the towns are located on the east side of the island.
- Ugljan: The most populous Croatian island. All villages are located on the east coast of the island.
- Galešnjak: A heart-shaped island, also called the island of love. The island has naturally grown, which is why it is so special.
- Pag: It is characterized by the world-famous cheese and the medieval city with several churches and archaeological ruins.
Cruising through the Kornati archipelago is without a doubt one of the best ways to enjoy your boating holiday. This famous natural park consists of no fewer than 109 different islands, 76 of which are smaller than a single hectare. The Kornati archipelago is known for its many wonderful rock formations. The islands are largely rocky and only 5% of the total area is cultivated. It goes without saying that this vast area is largely uninhabited. This makes the Kornati islands real gems of untouched natural beauty. Between the rugged rocky islands is also an exotic underwater paradise; the ideal location for snorkeling!
For a bit of inspiration before your charter-holiday in Croatia we can help you with a nice route description to see a lot of this region. For example, rent a boat in Zadar or Biograd and go on a incredible sailing holiday along the Kornati Islands and the many islands. The route that we have mapped out for you goes along many islands and beautiful cities and can be followed within a week. This route is of course only an example and can be completely customized to your wishes.
Sat. Arrival in Zadar, Croatia
Today you arrive in Croatia, head towards the harbour to get on the boat and get everything ready to set sail tomorrow.
Day 1. Zadar – Ist (Otok Ist) (22 Nautical miles, ca. 4 hours sailing)
Sail from Zadar today in a north-westerly direction to the beautiful Otok (island) Ist. During this trip you will sail between and along many nice islands such as Sestrunj and Molat.
Day 2. Otok Ist – Sali (Dugi Otok) (28Nm, 5h)
The second day of sailing you will largely sail along the long island of Dugi Otok. Here are many bays, small villages and even an old U-boat bunker. You can spend the night in the village of Sali, which is located quite south of this island.
Day 3. Sali – Kaprije (32Nm, 6h)
A somewhat longer journey awaits today. You'll sail between the Kornati National Park and the island of Kornati. A gorgeous area to sail along, so you'll want to see a lot here. When you've reached the southern area of the Kornati Islands, you can head towards the island of Kaprije.
Day 4. Kaprije – Šibenik (20Nm, 4h)
Slowly you'll make your way back to Zadar. Fortunately, there are still a few days left and we first sail north along the coast to beautiful Otok Zlarin. End your day in Šibenik. This beautiful city has a cosy atmosphere to do fun things in the evening.
Day 5. Šibenik – Biograd (28Nm, 5h)
From Šibenik you can almost constantly follow the coast of the mainland. Discover and have a nice lunch in the nice towns of Tribunj, Tisno or Murter. Continue sailing past the countless islets here towards the town of Biograd.
Day 6. Biograd – Zadar (18Nm, 3h)
Explore Biograd in the morning and slowly make your way towards Zadar. You can briefly sail past the islands of Pašman and Ugljan before you have to end this wonderful week.
Day 7. Check-out
It's the last day of the holiday and you check out the yacht in Zadar.
You can also sail flotilla in Croatia. Croatia offers ideal conditions for those new to coastal sailing, with gentle winds and good weather promising many pleasant hours on deck. For those who like adventure, the wind can sometimes increase, which makes for a somewhat stronger speed. Crystal clear blue waters give way to white sand beaches and secluded coves, while the thousands of Croatian islands offer endless opportunities for adventure.
Due to the excellent road network in Croatia, the majority of travellers choose to drive to their destination by car. However, the Croatian coastline is also easily accessible by plane. For example, fly to Zadar. It is best to rent a boat in Zadar and explore the Zadar region from there. From the airport, it is a 20-minute drive to the port of Zadar. Tubber can also help you with this. For example, do you want transport to the port? We can arrange a driver for you.
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