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Come and discover the stunning islands off Croatia’s Dalmatian coast on a sailing holiday from Trogir, near Split.

The Dalmatian coast is perfect for sailing holidays. Explore the stunning Dalmatian islands south of Split such as Hvar, Brac, Korcula and Viz where you have such a choice of islands, anchorages, marinas and harbours to visit. To the north the Kornati National Park is an unspoilt nature reserve with over 100 islands.

On a yacht charter holiday you can find on all the islands and along the coast a wonderful variety of harbours, anchorages and small bays to drop anchor for a lunchtime swim. With reliable winds you can keep the sailing distances as short or as long as you like. The marinas in Croatia offer some of the best facilities in the Mediterranean but there are mooring charges for charter yachts.

Due to the popularity of this area for sailing holidays, yachts are available for charter from several marinas easily accessed from Split airport, including Trogir and Primosten.

 

Split & Trogir Yacht Charter

  • Overview
    Sail Croatia
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    Seget Donji Marina, Trogir

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    Promenade in Split

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    Kornati National Park

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    Krka Waterfalls

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    Korcula

    Sailing holidays from Trogir

    • Easily accessible-daily flights from London and just a 3 hour flight time
    • Huge range of yachts to chose from
    • Average distances of 20nm/day
    • Level 1 sailing
    • Average summer temperatures of 26-30 degrees
    • Average winds force 2-5
    • Great for families, couples and groups alike
    • Mooring fees payable in the marinas (around €2/foot/night)
    • Flotilla option
    • Saturday-Saturday charters
  • 1 Wk South

    Suggested 1 week sailing itinerary south to Korcula

    DAY 1 : Trogir

    A UNESCO World Heritage site with a historic walled town.

    DAY 2 : Bobovisca (21nm)

    A small village harbour on Brac Island which is good for provisions.

    DAY 3 : Starigrad (22nm)

    Starigrad on Hvar Island is a lively resort, not quite as busy as Hvar Town. In addition to the harbours at Hvar town, Stari Grad, Vrboska and Jelsa, there are many other small harbours and anchorages. Palmazina is a popular anchorage with a lively restaurant and a water taxi across the strait to Hvar Town for sightseeing.

    DAY 4 : Vela Luka (30nm)

    Vela Luka lies on the western coast of Korcula Island and has a natural port in a deep inlet, which protects it from the open sea and offers a safe anchorage to boats. The coast is splendid and uncontaminated and there are places of great archaeological interest.

    DAY 5 : Viz (24nm)

    Viz has remained unspoilt by tourism. Overnight at Komiza and visit the Blue Caves in the morning.

    DAY 6 : Maslinica, Solta (25nm)

    Solta offers a choice of unspoilt town quays, small marinas and little fishing harbours. Maslinica has restaurants and provisions in the village.

    DAY 7 : Trogir (14nm)

    For your last evening take a stroll across the bridge to the historic walled city.

    Trogir South 1 week sailing holiday itinerary

  • 1 Wk North

    Suggested 1 week sailing itinerary north to Kornati

    DAY 1 : Trogir

    A UNESCO World Heritage site with a historic walled town.

    DAY 2 : Rogoznica (16nm)

    Sail north to Rogoznica, a small island reached by a causeway. The marina is in the shelter of the lagoon. Take your dinghy across to the excellent seafood restaurants on the town quay.

    DAY 3 : Skradin (24nm)

    A dramatic cruise up the Krka River to overnight at the small marina in the charming little village of Skradin.

    DAY 4 : Vodice (20nm)

    Take the riverboat excursion further upstream to the stunning Krka waterfalls - well worth a visit. Heading down river, stop at Sibenik for lunch. Afternoon sail to Vodice, a picturesque walled town, or to one of the offshore islands - Prvic Luka is one of our favourites.

    DAY 5 : Primosten (12nm)

    Heading south again, Primosten is a popular stop, a medieval town with lively waterfront restaurants.

    DAY 6 : Solta (20nm)

    One of the beautiful islands to the south of Split, offers a choice of unspoilt town quays, small marinas and little fishing harbours. Maslinica has restaurants and provisions in the village.

    DAY 7 : Trogir (12nm)

    For your last evening take a stroll across the bridge to the historic walled city.

    Trogir North 1 week sailing holiday itinerary

  • Sailing Journal

    Croatia - Trogir 2022

    Supplied by Kali, Nautilus Yachting

    Fresh from passing my day skipper, I spent quite a while umming and ahhing as to where I should take the family for our first solo sailing holiday. But when a brand new (2022) Oceanis 40.1 popped up in Trogir during the October half-term, for under £1000, it seemed almost obvious our decision was being made for us. Croatia is a country I have never been to before, and the opportunity to visit Europe's most popular sailing area seemed too good to be true. Also after speaking with a few friends, sailing from Split offered lots of possible itineraries, including lots of sheltered ports to run from the October weather. Perfect... Split it is!

    Day 1

    Saturday, Marina Baotic

    The flight to Split was noticeably shorter than my previous flights to Greece. The journey was a little under three hours, from stepping onto the plane at Heathrow to stepping onto the boat in the Marina. A swift start to the holiday. Our flight arrived late in the evening,  and thankfully rather than searching among the 500 or so yachts in the dark, the office had left a really helpful personalised note, as to exactly where our boat was moored and a number to contact just in case. 
    Once we had unpacked and were fed and watered,  we checked the weather for the week which seemed perfect.   Gentle and Moderate winds from the South East until Wednesday, before the winds reversed and Northerly Winds took over from Wednesday through to Friday.   Nigh on perfect weather for a gentle sail to Sibenik and back.
    Day 2

    Sunday, Trogir - Rogoznica    (17nm)

    In the daylight, we could see how big Marina Baotic was, a huge block with a restaurant, shops, and a small supermarket on site.  In addition, just a five-minute walk away there is a large supermarket with everything that you would need to provision for a week.   At around 9 am the base manager popped onto the yacht walked us around the boat and went over all the essentials.  Our yacht was just six weeks old and looked fantastic as everything was all new and fresh. Although I could certainly feel a little more of the pressure on my shoulders to bring the boat back unscathed after speaking to the base manager about their new 'baby'. 
    On then, to the moment of truth and with a brief pep talk to my crew and a small amount of nerves, we motored into open water.  As soon as we were safely into open water, we opened up the sails, and exactly as expected winds of 7-10 kts ushered us towards Rogoznica. 
     
    On arrival into Rogoznica, I prepped our crew for mooring, the pilot guide on board helped select our quayside mooring point but as we approached I could see the Harbour Master prepping a spot for us. A stern too mooring spot with lazy lines.  Reversing in I got  my first mate ready to throw the stern line, the Harbour Master was  ready to pass them a lazy line, and i was at the helm.  After a tiny bit of shouting and potentially a little more panic than was required we were safely moored for our first night.
    Day 3

    Monday, Rogozniza - Primosten (6nm)

    Rogoznica seemed to be one of those small towns where the number of boats outnumbers the number of houses.  Fresh water and electricity at the town quay meant we could stay clear of the dubious showers.  Numerous shops and bars lined the quayside and that meant we could have a lazy coffee and pastry ashore rather than cook breakfast. 
    Our chart showed Primosten as just a few miles away and the weather for today was exactly as expected. Our sail today turned out to great day to get some miles under our belt and test out a few gybes with the crew.   Fantastic winds ensued and we had winds of 10-12 knots throughout the morning, plus the chance to test out a few maneuvers with the crew.  Following lunch on the water and a few maneuvers, playtime was over.  We headed to Primosten nice and early, after hearing the marina was quite small.  Thankfully there was plenty of room on this smaller town quay. 
    Again under the eyes of a keen Harbour Master, we moored for the day and within 20 minutes were all safely secured. 
    Primosten offered lots to see and options to explore, following a brief visit to the beach and a strut through the old town. We decided that we have to stop here again on the way back to Trogir and give this town the time it deserved.
    Day 4

    Tuesday, Primosten - Sibenik (11nm)

    Sailing from Primosten to Sibenik, today was the day I was most looking forward to on the trip.  I have heard about the National Park and Waterfalls in Krka for a few years now I felt this would be one of the days key to my time in Croatia.  Keen to get going we left Primosten just after breakfast and 'sailed' to Sibenik.  The winds were super light today (less than 5kts) and the journey was quite a short one on the motor.  Arriving into Sibenik,  I was suprised at how big the city was, it has a lively waterfront, a  fuel station and to my crew's delight a Mcdonalds' within walking distance.   
    Once moored,  for such a large town it was strange to see this was our first town quay without full facilities however the ability to get to Krka National Park certainly made up for it.  We climbed into a local taxi and made our way to the National Park.
    Lots of different paths of varying lengths make their way through the park and we very happily spent the rest of the day trekking past what felt like a new waterfall around each corner.
    Day 5

    Wednesday,  Sibenik - Primosten (11nm)  

    Now officially on the return leg, we could relax a little more, as we were simply heading back 'Home'.  Our confidence on board was really high,  also aided by winds almost Ionian in nature and the ability to motor along on smooth glassy water.  All the scare stories of freezing 'Bura' winds of late October seemed a million miles away from 25 Degrees and less than two knots of wind we had on this return leg. 
    Pootling along, with almost no other boats on the water,  we could have stopped to look at St Nicholas 16th Century Citadel on the way out of Sibenik but we were keen to get to Primosten as soon as we could.
    Arriving at Primosten just after lunchtime we arrived at the same time as lots of Croatians that head to Primosten for a day out due to its great beach and relaxed feel.  This time around we were going to make the most of Primosten and had enough time to hit the beach and explore the winding streets of its walled city and hilltop church. 
    Primosten is certainly a stop worth adding to an itinerary. I would recommend it to anyone heading North from Split.
    Day 6

    Thursday Primosten - Trogir (20nm)  

    Due to time constraints, today was our final day sailing and our longest day on the water we needed to return to Trogir.  We headed out of Primosten on the motor. Then after an hour of motoring, the wind picked up and we had  a fantastic stretch of real sailing. Twelve to fifteen knots of wind pushed us along a sailing either a broad reach or running dead downwind.  The sailing was nice and stable and that kept the crew happy while cruising along at between 4-6 knots was enough to keep almost any sailor happy.  Compared to the non-existent winds of yesterday this was very much a welcomed change and by far the best sailing conditions for the week.  A little under five hours later we pulled into the fuel station in Trogir for a top-up and back into the Marina.
    Mercifully the easy berth that we left five days ago was available for us to slip right back into.  I would never forgive myself if we had five days issue free and then caused a scrape in the final 100 meters. Needless to say, I should have had more faith in my crew as by now we were a well-oiled machine and piloted the boat, back into its spot with minimal stress. 
     
    Overall a fantastic break on the water,  and the fears of Croatia being a very expensive, cold October destination were completely dashed.  I have to admit we were really lucky with the amazing weather for the entire week but for the price, availability of  yachts, and lack of other boats on the water I would happily recommend it!
  • Sailing Conditions

    Sailing conditions in Trogir

    Sailing Conditions

    Croatia has ideal conditions for a sailing holiday with reliable afternoon winds. During the summer months there are steady afternoon breezes from the north-west averaging Force 2–5 dying down at night. Summer temperatures average 26-30ºC.

    We have rated this destination a 'Level 1-2' (levels info) and you will need RYA Day Skipper or ICC qualification as well as VHF licence for bareboat charters in Croatia.

    You can see all of the bases we offer in Croatia along with the level ratings here so that you can find the most suitable destination for you. If you are at all unsure about a destination then please get in touch and our sales team will be more than happy to make their recommendations for you.

  • Getting There

    Getting There

    Flights to Split

    EasyJet have flights from Gatwick, Bristol and Stansted to Split on Saturdays. Jet2 have flights from Manchester. Norwegian Air also have direct flights from Gatwick to Split at great online prices.

    Transfers

    The transfer time from Split airport to Trogir marina is around 15 minutes and to Primosten marina around 30 minutes. 

"This was our first time in Croatia & we found it that bit different to Greece so much so that we are looking at coming back next year to do the northern run. We also used Nautilus for the first time & we would like to thank you for your friendly efficient service & the great price . See you next year."

Croatia flotilla 2015 - S.L.

Split & Trogir Yacht Charter prices

Yachts from ACI Marina Trogir or Port Primosten Prices shown are in GB£ per yacht for 1 week

Yacht details 01 Jan-12 May13 May-09 Jun10 Jun-07 Jul08 Jul-11 Aug12 Aug-25 Aug26 Aug-08 Sep09 Sep-29 Sep30 Sep-31 Dec
Model / layout Year Cabins WC
Bavaria 3220062177111331448161014671219876771
Bavaria 33 Cruiser20082175212291562165715621305933752
Bavaria 34 Cruiser - 2 cab.200921800127616571790161013811000800
Bavaria Cruiser 32201421743138117521752167613811019743
Bavaria Cruiser 3320162189513241610184816571324981895

Yachts from Marina Baotic Trogir Prices shown are in GB£ per yacht for 1 week

Yacht details 01 Jan-14 Apr
21 Oct-31 Dec
15-21 Apr
14-20 Oct
22 Apr-12 May
30 Sep-13 Oct
13-16 May
23-29 Sep
27 May - 02 Jun
09-22 Sep
03-16 Jun
02-08 Sep
17-30 Jun
26 Aug-01 Sep
01- 14 Jul
19-25 Aug
15-28 Jul29 Jul-18 Aug
Model / layout Year Cabins WC
Oceanis 40.1 - 3 cab.202332762165718862362307633143790426744864733
Oceanis 41.1201732714150517052152279030103438386740864305

Yachts from ACI Marina Trogir or Port Primosten Prices shown are in GB£ per yacht for 1 week

Yacht details 01 Jan-12 May13 May-09 Jun10 Jun-07 Jul08 Jul-11 Aug12 Aug-25 Aug26 Aug-08 Sep09 Sep-29 Sep30 Sep-31 Dec
Model / layout Year Cabins WC
Bavaria 36200831848132416861829180015141219848
Bavaria 37 Cruiser200831943146718861990187618001324943
Bavaria 39 Cruiser200732990150519902086216220861419990
Bavaria 40 Cruiser20093211812086227625622371214316671181
Bavaria 42 Cruiser20083212761762218125052590245718001276
Bavaria 42 Cruiser20063211811752207623712486218116761181
Bavaria Cruiser 36201331990148618952019189518191295990
Elan 344 Impression200831819125716671800161018191295819
Sun Odyssey 42.2 Exclusive - 3 cab.20033214672181219023712657221917901467

Yachts from Marina Baotic Trogir Prices shown are in GB£ per yacht for 1 week

Yacht details 01 Jan-14 Apr
21 Oct-31 Dec
15-21 Apr
14-20 Oct
22 Apr-12 May
30 Sep-13 Oct
13-16 May
23-29 Sep
27 May - 02 Jun
09-22 Sep
03-16 Jun
02-08 Sep
17-30 Jun
26 Aug-01 Sep
01- 14 Jul
19-25 Aug
15-28 Jul29 Jul-18 Aug
Model / layout Year Cabins WC
Bavaria Cruiser 512016531429219024763105403843624981561059056238
Jeanneau 54 - 4 + 1 cab.2016441429257129333657475251335857660069627333
Oceanis 48 - 5 cab.201853952218124673076401043244943556258676181
Oceanis Yacht 62 - 4 + 12018425238587667148390109241176213438151331596216800
Sun Odyssey 440201942905168619142410312433623848432445714819
Sun Odyssey 479 - 4 cab.201844905199022672838369539814533512454105686
Sun Odyssey 519 - 5 cab.2018531429224825713219418145145143580061056438

Yachts from ACI Marina Trogir or Port Primosten Prices shown are in GB£ per yacht for 1 week

Yacht details 01 Jan-12 May13 May-09 Jun10 Jun-07 Jul08 Jul-11 Aug12 Aug-25 Aug26 Aug-08 Sep09 Sep-29 Sep30 Sep-31 Dec
Model / layout Year Cabins WC
Bavaria 4420054214671705254318002514232416381467
Bavaria 46 Cruiser20074215241800251428102943275220001524
Bavaria 4920055317142238308632003562319023621714
Bavaria Cruiser 46 - 4 cab.20184320952810342936193524341025242095
Bavaria Cruiser 5120175323713686465747054514441935242371
Cyclades 43.420094216002086268626862705255218951600
Sun Odyssey 479 - 4 cab.20194421863038358138003800346726672186

Yachts from Marina Baotic Trogir Prices shown are in GB£ per yacht for 1 week

Yacht details 01 Jan-14 Apr
21 Oct-31 Dec
15-21 Apr
14-20 Oct
22 Apr-12 May
30 Sep-13 Oct
13-16 May
23-29 Sep
27 May - 02 Jun
09-22 Sep
03-16 Jun
02-08 Sep
17-30 Jun
26 Aug-01 Sep
01- 14 Jul
19-25 Aug
15-28 Jul29 Jul-18 Aug
Model / layout Year Cabins WC
Lagoon 39 - 4 + 2 cab.2017421143237126953371438147245600620064106752
Lagoon 400 S2 - 4 + 2 cab.2017441143257129333657475251336086674369627333
Lagoon 42 - 4 + 2 cab.2021441333327637244667501065247752858188679333
Lagoon 50 - 6 + 2 cab.2022642857599068198533111051195214181157141623817076
Lagoon 50 - 6 + 2 cab.2020642857580066198276107621159013733152291572416552

Yachts from Marina Baotic, Trogir

Extras payable with balance:
 
 
 
 
COMPULSORY EXTRAS;
CHARTER PACK; Includes yacht security, end cleaning, welcome pack, bedding & towels, outboard for tender, snorkelling gear, pre-paid mobile phone and weather forecast SMS daily, free Wi-fi Internet: GBP430 for yachts under 49', GBP530 for yachts 50'+ and cats up to 45', GBP590 for catamarans 46'+
Optional extras (i.e Early Boarding, Adrenaline Pack, SUP's etc) available on request.
SKIPPER: Up to 4 Cabins €1050/week + food and drink + own cabin

5 Cabins + and Cats €1,190-1400 + food and drink + own cabin

Yachts from ACI Marina Trogir or Port Primosten

Extras payable on embarkation:

YACHT SECURITY:
Refundable deposit €1000 up to 37', €1500 39-46',€2000 47'+. Non refundable insurance on request.
COMPULSORY EXTRAS:
End cleaning: €130 under 35', €150 36-42', €180 43-45', €230 46-49', €290 for 50'+
 
Fuel used (fill up on return)
OPTIONAL EXTRAS:
Outboard €80/week, towels €5/person, cruising chute €80/week, spinnaker €100/week, SUP €100
 

SKIPPER: €910-€1050/week + food and drink + own cabin

Prices may be subject to change.

Sailing Qualifications

To skipper a bareboat charter or flotilla yacht, you need to hold a practical sailing certificate equivalent to RYA Day Skipper Practical qualification or RYA International Certificate of Competence (ICC). For charters in Greece, you must now have the ICC certificate. You must also be assisted by at least one competent crew member over the age of 18.

For charters in Croatia, Malta and the Canaries, at least one member of the crew or the skipper will also need a VHF licence.

RYA qualifications can be obtained by RYA sailing schools in the UK or alternatively choose from one of our overseas centres in Gibraltar, Greece or Turkey.

For Seychelles the local authorities require an ICC for the skipper of a bareboat or flotilla yacht charter.

For Caribbean and Tropical charters, formal qualifications are not compulsory, however, you should be Day Skipper standard and be assisted by at least one competent crew. A brief sailing resume should be provided to outline your experience.

If you don't hold the relevant qualifications then why not add a skipper?

Sailing Levels

Level 1

Winds force 2-3 (4-11 Knots)combined with generally shorter distances. Good for beginner or intermediate sailors. Line-of-sight navigation but basic knowledge of charts and ability to plot your position required.

Level 2

Winds force 3-5 (7-21 Knots) with approximately 15-20nm per day. Intermediate experience required. Predominately line of sight navigation but an understanding of how to sail in open water.

Level 3

Winds force 4-6 (11-27 Knots) with mileage of approximately 20nm+ per day. Ideal for experienced skippers looking to venture out to new destinations. Day skipper standard but with experienced crew would be recommended.