Clapotis-Mer, the yachting holiday specialist, offers a variety of luxury crewed boats available for charter holidays sailing around Croatia’s most beautiful islands in the Adriatic Sea.
You’ll find a selection of well-equipped sailing gulets and motor yachts in our Croatia yacht charter fleet. Clapotis Mer’s yacht holiday packages include private on-board accommodation with en-suite facilities and the service of the crew who have their own separate living quarters. You can choose between half or full board meal options. Water sport activities are provided on your boat.
When you charter a yacht with us you can plan your holiday cruising around Croatia’s islands and include visits to the various historical places and beautiful national parks in the Adriatic Sea off Dalmatia’s coast. Here are some yacht charter itinerary suggestions to choose from.
If you start your cruising holiday from Split, Sibenik or Primosten visit Skradin, a charming seaside village on the northern coast of Croatia. From here take a boat ride up the river to visit Krka National Park and swim in the clear waterfalls. You can also set sail from Sibenik and head for the Kornati Archipelago to explore hundreds of mostly uninhabited Croatian islands. Kaprije is one of most popular islands for yacht sailing holidays in the Sibenik Archipelago off the Adriatic coast in the North of Croatia. The Zadar Archipelago is an exciting cruising area off the ancient city of Zadar further north along the coast of Croatia.
Sail from Split or Trogir to Hvar Island known as the pearl of Dalmatia and one of the most attractive yacht charter destination just off the central coast of Croatia. Go on a short sailing trip from Hvar town to the Pakleni Islands where you can sunbathe on hidden beaches, swim in crystal-clear waters and watch wildlife. Continue cruising around the surrounding Croatian islands and call in at
Brac Island, a sailing holiday location in Central Croatia. It is renowned for its stunning stretch of fine white pebble beach fringing shallow clear water of the Adriatic Sea. Zlatni Rat beach, also called the Golden Cape, is one of Croatia’s most famous beaches and is only a short sail from Bol, a small fishing village.
Vis is a great holiday island to visit by yacht on a sailing cruise along the central coast of Dalmatia in Croatia. Budikovac, a tiny Croatian island where you can swim in a turquoise lagoon, is further south.
Bisevo island in the Middle Dalmatian archipelago that lies off Split in Croatia is a famous yachting holiday destination for its beautiful Blue Cave that you can explore by dinghy boat.
You can start your yacht charter from Dubrovnik the Old Town called the Pearl of the Adriatic a well-known historic seaside holiday resort in the south of Croatia. You’ll set sail for the beautiful Croatian islands around. Visit Cavtat, a quaint little seaside town with a charming promenade and a lively beach resort just a few miles south of Dubrovnik.
Korcula is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic just off the Dalmatian coast. Here you will find many small coves and beaches with crystal clear water in Croatia’s Adriatic sea. Then start on a short sailing trip to Lastovo Island Nature Park, a protected area with forests and wildlife.
Sipan the largest of the Elafiti Islands and Misnjak islet offer sheltered yacht anchorages near Dubrovnik off the southern coast of Croatia.
If you visit Mljet National Park you can swim in the beautiful island salt water lakes.
Head for the evergreen Elafiti islands. Lopud is famous for its sandy beaches, especially in Sunj Bay. You can visit Sutvrac Fort and catch a scenic view of the Elaphite islands nearby. Kolocep has seven pre-Romanesque churches dating back to the Croatian kings and two picturesque villages, both located in beautiful small coves.
Alternatively you can sail along Montenegro’s Coast and visit the fashionable seaside towns and villages in this southern part of the Adriatic Sea.