Croatia Yacht Charter

A quintessential yacht charter destination: Croatia boasts a 1,800 km-long coastline filled with ancient walled cities, idyllic bays ripe for anchorages and a plethora of islands to explore.

Croatia/Wall Cities, Turquoise Waters

A quintessential yacht charter destination: Croatia boasts a 1,800 km-long coastline filled with ancient walled cities, idyllic bays ripe for anchorages and a plethora of islands to explore, not to mention long lazy sun drenched days. Croatia has long been a firm favorite on the holiday scene and the superyacht contingency was never far behind. In the past five years charter brokers have reported year-on-year popularity with this Adriatic country, and now it enjoys a long healthy season. It offers everything from relaxation to culture, to the party scene and fine dining. Starting in the southern once-war-torn city of Dubrovnik, wander its cobble-stoned streets and soak up it’s intricate past via its pot-marked city walls –a reminder of darker days. Admire the beautiful aristocratic palazzo, medieval fortifications and baroque architecture in this now, Dalmatian Coast upmarket UNESCO world heritage site city. Moving north, a few islands not to be missed are Mljet, known for its natural green beauty; Vis,for its incredible gastronomy; Hvar and its glitzy celebrity spotting scene, and Korčula with its vineyards and olive groves. Carry on up the coastline past Trogir – another favorite city with superyacht glitterati and up to the northern part of the Dalmatian Coastline. There are so many islands to discover here, just dotted around the azure water. It is a little less touristy too –the region of Istria is known for its inland of rolling green hills and stunning craggy coastline. The island of Rovinj has been dubbed many times over as a ‘photographer’s dream’; Zadar boasts being the historic capital of the northern Dalmatian region and is a marvel of roman ruins and medieval churches.Make sure you make a stop in the many remote islands, most uninhabited for unrivaled natural beauty. Destinations Dubrovnik/Dalmation Coast/Korcula/Trogir/Rovini/Zadar/Miliet/Vis/Hvar

A quintessential yacht charter destination: Croatia boasts a 1,800 km-long coastline filled with ancient walled cities, idyllic bays ripe for anchorages and a plethora of islands to explore, not to mention long lazy sun drenched days. Croatia has long been a firm favorite on the holiday scene and the superyacht contingency was never far behind. In the past five years charter brokers have reported year-on-year popularity with this Adriatic country, and now it enjoys a long healthy season.

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Adriatic Sea Charter Croatia Dubrovnik View

It offers everything from relaxation to culture, to the party scene and fine dining. Starting in the southern once-war-torn city of Dubrovnik, wander its cobble-stoned streets and soak up it’s intricate past via its pot-marked city walls –a reminder of darker days. Admire the beautiful aristocratic palazzo, medieval fortifications and baroque architecture in this now, Dalmatian Coast upmarket UNESCO world heritage site city. Moving north, a few islands not to be missed are Mljet, known for its natural green beauty; Vis,for its incredible gastronomy; Hvar and its glitzy celebrity spotting scene, and Korčula with its vineyards and olive groves. Carry on up the coastline past Trogir – another favorite city with superyacht glitterati and up to the northern part of the Dalmatian Coastline. There are so many islands to discover here, just dotted around the azure water. It is a little less touristy too –the region of Istria is known for its inland of rolling green hills and stunning craggy coastline. The island of Rovinj has been dubbed many times over as a ‘photographer’s dream’; Zadar boasts being the historic capital of the northern Dalmatian region and is a marvel of roman ruins and medieval churches.Make sure you make a stop in the many remote islands, most uninhabited for unrivaled natural beauty.

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