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Rent a boat, Croatia

Croatia is one of the world’s top sailing destinations and has an excellent reason for that. There are a lot of things that Croatia can offer you as just one country – beautiful coast with thousands of islands, remarkable cities and natural landscapes and a history harking back far beyond the Romans.

Embellish your stay with fine wine, typical food and a culinary culture which is so rich and specific in every city and small town, but the only hard part is deciding where to go first.

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Istria

During your vacation, surrender to the culinary delights and taste the famous subterranean treasure of Istria: the truffle. Do not forget the home-made bread and the exquisite olive oil known as "fluid gold". Spoil your taste buds and treat yourself to a glass of delicious Istrian wine.

When navigating be sure to turn into the Brijuni National Park, where you can relax and enjoy the wonderful nature spilling into the beautiful sea.

Bases 44
Vessels 391
 

Kvarner

Visit the Fair of Rab in July, the three-day medieval annual fair where inhabitants of the Rab Island revive their rich and famous history.

If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the dolphins, a protected species due to their rarity, when navigating between the smaller islands from Cres to Lošinj

Bases 26
Vessels 183
 

Dalmacija Zadar

Visit the Vransko Lake, the largest lake in Croatia, which provides a wonderful experience for all bird enthusiasts and people who enjoy spending their free time in nature. For those who prefer climbing, we recommend a visit to the natural parks of Velebit and Paklenica.

The wonderful site of the Krka River merging with the sea can be viewed in the green gorge of the Krka waterfalls, where you can also bathe and cool off.

Bases 35
Vessels 1050
 

Dalmacija Šibenik

Be  sure not to overlook the Kornati National Park, listed among UNESCO’s natural heritage sites.

Those who enjoy active sports can either bungee jump from the Šibenik Bridge or perhaps go scuba diving in the fascinating sea surrounding Šibenik.

Bases 40
Vessels 877
 

Dalmacija Split

One of the most renowned late ancient architectural objects is the Diocletian Palace in Split, which through a series of architectural sites paves the way for early Christian, Byzantine and early medieval art.

Visit the Pakleni Islands, including numerous little islands with deep sandy bays, which feature a specific flora, which has now sprawled into a natural botanical garden.

Bases 75
Vessels 1600
 

Dalmacija Dubrovnik

Be sure not to overlook the Mljet National Park, renowned for its freshwater and salt lakes Malo jezero and Veliko jezero (small and big lake), where you can cool off during the summer months.

Navigate towards the Pelješac Peninsula, the second largest peninsula in the Adriatic, or bathe in the Divna Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Adriatic.

Bases 27
Vessels 188
 
  • Istria

    During your vacation, surrender to the culinary delights and taste the famous subterranean treasure of Istria: the truffle. Do not forget the home-made bread and the exquisite olive oil known as "fluid gold". Spoil your taste buds and treat yourself to a glass of delicious Istrian wine.

    When navigating be sure to turn into the Brijuni National Park, where you can relax and enjoy the wonderful nature spilling into the beautiful sea.

    Details 391 boats available
  • Kvarner

    Visit the Fair of Rab in July, the three-day medieval annual fair where inhabitants of the Rab Island revive their rich and famous history.

    If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the dolphins, a protected species due to their rarity, when navigating between the smaller islands from Cres to Lošinj

    Details 183 boats available
  • Dalmacija Zadar

    Visit the Vransko Lake, the largest lake in Croatia, which provides a wonderful experience for all bird enthusiasts and people who enjoy spending their free time in nature. For those who prefer climbing, we recommend a visit to the natural parks of Velebit and Paklenica.

    The wonderful site of the Krka River merging with the sea can be viewed in the green gorge of the Krka waterfalls, where you can also bathe and cool off.

    Details 1050 boats available
  • Dalmacija Šibenik

    Be  sure not to overlook the Kornati National Park, listed among UNESCO’s natural heritage sites.

    Those who enjoy active sports can either bungee jump from the Šibenik Bridge or perhaps go scuba diving in the fascinating sea surrounding Šibenik.

    Details 877 boats available
  • Dalmacija Split

    One of the most renowned late ancient architectural objects is the Diocletian Palace in Split, which through a series of architectural sites paves the way for early Christian, Byzantine and early medieval art.

    Visit the Pakleni Islands, including numerous little islands with deep sandy bays, which feature a specific flora, which has now sprawled into a natural botanical garden.

    Details 1600 boats available
  • Dalmacija Dubrovnik

    Be sure not to overlook the Mljet National Park, renowned for its freshwater and salt lakes Malo jezero and Veliko jezero (small and big lake), where you can cool off during the summer months.

    Navigate towards the Pelješac Peninsula, the second largest peninsula in the Adriatic, or bathe in the Divna Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Adriatic.

    Details 188 boats available
 
 

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