Yacht Rental Montenegro and South Dalmatian Coasts

With charming port towns, verdant countryside, and a sparkling coastline, yacht tours in the Dalmatian Coast Luxury Boat Rentals & Yacht Charter Destinations

A spectacular coastline, dotted with countless islands, and some of the most fascinating historical old towns to be found anywhere in the world. Croatia is among the pick of the Mediterranean’s cruising destinations, and we can bring this to you all wrapped up as a memorable sailing trip from Split to Dubrovnik. 

We have dozens of motor yacht, sailing yacht, luxury boat rentals, and catamaran charter Croatia available for various destinations such as the Dubrovnik area, Split area, Zadar, and Kornati area of Istria. If you are looking for more adventure, without giving up on comfort and space, a catamaran charter in Split, Croatia is the way to go. Are you looking for luxury boat rentals? 

Join yacht tours, charter sailing yachts or experience the thrill of a crewed luxury boat rentals and cruise the Adriatic in style. Book one-way or round trip luxury rental yacht charter tours from Split to Dubrovnik or vice versa including combinations with Montenegro, experience the picturesque Kornati islands and other stunning romantic islands along the coast of Croatia. 

Featured as one of National Geographic's 'Top 50 Places to Visit in a Lifetime', Montenegro is still one of the most underrated rental yacht destinations in the world. Montenegro is becoming one of the most sought-after yacht rental destinations in the world. Chartering in Montenegro provides endless opportunities to see the untouched Med as it once was, as well as having the chance to visit neighboring Croatia.

Why Visit?
Why Visit?
  • Take in the scenic waterfalls at Krka National Park
  • Sample local Croatian wines at vineyards in Hvar and Peljesac
  • Explore the crystalline waters of the Pakleni Islands by kayak
  • Uncover Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-protected, walled city
  • Live the medieval Venetian ambience
  • Hike through pine forests in Hvar
  • See 13th and 14th-century walls and towers of Korcula
  • Explore the Game of Thrones King's Landing at the old town of Dubrovnik
  • Montenegro & South Dalmatian coasts

    Are you ready for the pleasure of sailing rental yacht tours Dalmatian islands' translucent waters and their many historical islands? Get ready to sail between the northern town of Split to Dubrovnik!

    Montenegro & South Dalmatian coasts

    Feel the warm sun on your face with the refreshing sea water before exploring the history behind this historic Old World district, on the way from seaside town to another seaside town, stop for swimming, snorkeling or relaxing on the beaches.

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    Charter Guide
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    Day 1

    Day 1 Dubrovnik

    Day 1 Dubrovnik

    Welcome aboard to your Montenegro and South Dalmatian Coasts yacht rental vacation! Southern Dalmatia’s most famous town, Dubrovnik is simply unique and is one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik is a world-class destination with everything set out in enchanted fairytale style: curved alleyways paved in marble that wind alongside medieval buildings, scented little shops tucked away in back streets under high shuttered windows, towers and terra cotta rooftops, textures and tones, colors in harmony, a meander and a dance. A slow walk through the Old City will take you to the most beautiful monuments. Overnight stay will be held in Dubrovnik Harbor on the rental yacht Dalmatian Coasts.

    Day 2

    Day 2 Dubrovnik to Trsteno

    Day 2 Dubrovnik to Trsteno

    On the second day of your sailing charter yacht rental tour, a short sailing from Dubrovnik to Trsteno early in the morning. Trsteno is a picturesque seaside village well known for its history, natural beauty. The small coastal village of Trsteno is famous for the rich tradition, beautiful nature, and a 500-year-old, gigantic Asian platinum. Trsteno hosts one of the oldest and most beautiful Arboretums in the whole region. You'll have time to wander this beautiful botanic town and then dinner and overnight stay will be held in Trsteno Harbor.

    Day 3

    Day 3 Trsteno to Pelješac and Mljet

    Day 3 Trsteno to Pelješac and Mljet

    You'll have two short cruising today. The first one is from Trsteno to Peljesac and the second one is Peljesac to Mljet. Peljesac is a peninsula of sailors and captains, known for their skill and fearlessness in the open sea. The clean sea makes, vineyards and great wine makes Peljesac an attractive sailing destination. After a swimming and small optional tour break, we'll set sail to Mljet. This island one of the most renowned tourist destinations in Croatia. You can go for a swim in the lakes which have very warm waters and enjoy the silence. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 4

    Day 4 Mljet to Korcula

    Day 4 Mljet to Korcula

    We will set sail to Korcula early in the morning. Korcula is a great island to visit on a crewed yacht charter along the coast of Croatia. Korcula, located in southern Dalmatia, is one of the largest and most beautiful islands in Croatia. Each place you visit here has something special and unique to offer to its guests. The island itself is well worth a visit on a yacht charter cruise through the Dalmatian Islands whether Marco Polo was born on this island or not. The island is known for its delicious wines, traditional dances with swords, gorgeous coastline. Rendez-Vous Yachts - Yacht Charter Croatia is a place where your sailing vacation begins... Dinner and overnight stay will be held here on the sailing charter yacht rental.

    Day 5

    Day 5 Korcula to Hvar

    Day 5 Korcula to Hvar

    A pleasant cruising to Hvar early in the morning. The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. There are plenty of places at which to spend hours chatting with old friends and dancing with the locals in Hvar. Hvar receives many guests and travelers who are attracted by the dense Mediterranean nature, rich tradition, architecture, and nightlife. Many people say the town Hvar is a town from a fairy- tale because of its architecture, wonderful nature, and its mild climate. You could always try your hand at maneuvering a sea kayak! You will have a chance to paddle across to the tiny island in front of Hvar with some gorgeous shingle beaches to view along the way. You have all day to sunbathe on the boat, swim in the sea or wander in the town. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 6

    Day 6 Hvar to Split

    Day 6 Hvar to Split

    Today we sail from Hvar to Split. Split, the second biggest Croatian city, is known for ancient sights, sandy beaches, and rich nightlife. Split on Croatia's Dalmatian coast feels like a city that time has forgotten. Filled with ancient architecture, narrow cobblestone lanes and one of the most stunning areas of the Adriatic coast, Croatia's second-largest city is an award-winning place to visit at any time of the year. Some of the best things to do in Split are cycling around Marjan Hill and taking in a glorious sunset from the seaside promenade. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 7

    Day 7 Split to Trogir

    Day 7 Split to Trogir

    Today we'll set sail from Split to Trogir. Trogir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997 and is home to a number of fascinating historic sights, the best of which is the Cathedral of St Lawrence. Trogir is set within medieval walls on a tiny island, linked by bridges to both the mainland and to the far larger Ciovo Island. The small, narrow streets and small village squares, numerous restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, and galleries, along with numerous cultural and music open-air events give this town a special atmosphere of the Mediterranean. You'll have time to wander this beautiful museum town. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 8

    Day 8 Trogir to Sibenik

    Day 8 Trogir to Sibenik

    All good things have to come to an end. We will be in Sibenik early in the morning. Šibenik, the oldest Croatian city is in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic Coast, located in the most protected natural harbor, in the center of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, at the mouth of the beautiful Krka River. Sibenik is a coastal port town with plenty of good amenities and is close to the Krka National Park, which covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two-thirds of the Krka River. The top attraction here is the magnificent waterfalls. The historic center has been well preserved and has a magnificent cathedral, various museums, and three forts. We hope you had a pleasant yacht rental cruising and we want to host you on a charter yacht rental next time on another voyage.

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