Hundreds of lands on blue waters, medieval cities, pirates, Venetian stories, high castles, statues, wildlife parks, and more ... You'll see all of these beautiful scenes on the Charter Yacht North Dalmatian Coast. 

Northern Dalmatia is on Croatia's Adriatic Sea coast; With its indented coastline, hundreds of islands, gulfs, and peninsulas, it offers fantastic views. It exhibits a different face of the Mediterranean with its natural and cultural values and its historical cities surrounded by high walls protected by the saints. Renting a yacht is the perfect option for families or small groups wanting the freedom to explore the Adriatic.

Why Visit?
Why Visit?
  • Explore three of Croatia's most impressive national parks
  • Rugged limestone mountains
  • Gorgeous climate and Mediterranean cuisine
  • Roman ruins, restaurants and hip bars
  • Jewel-like waters
  • Stunning waterfalls and incredible nature
  • Landscape full of surprises and a lot of small coves
  • Various cultures gathered in one place
  • North Dalmatian coasts

    North Dalmatian Islands increasingly serves both as a focus for the party crowd and as a get-away-from-it-all your charter yacht destination, with a burgeoning roster of festivals dovetailing neatly with enthusiastic landscape and relaxing beaches.

    North Dalmatian coasts

    The North Dalmatian Coast region is pleasantly preserved medieval towns poised above some of the clearest waters in Europe, while at the sea are countless islands adorned with pristine stone villages and attractive coves. Are you ready to discover those pristine villages and coves by your charter yacht?

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    Charter Guide
    charter Guide

    Day 1

    Day 1 Split to Trogir

    Day 1 Split to Trogir

    Welcome on board! 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 2

    Day 2 Trogir to Primosten

    Day 2 Trogir to Primosten

    You'll have a nice breakfast on board while cruising to Primosten early in the morning. Primosten is famous for its beaches, the most famous beach is Raduca. Primosten is really charming North Dalmatia charter yacht destination. One of the most exciting adventures you have to experience while in Primosten is definitely diving. You may want to spend your time wandering the beautiful, old streets in the main part of the city and visiting a few churches in Primosten. The old city is located on a minor island bonded to the mainland by a thin causeway. There are no particular museums or sights in Primošten but the old medieval town has preserved a great deal of its ambiance. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 3

    Day 3 Primosten to Šibenik

    Day 3 Primosten to Šibenik

    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. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 4

    Day 4 Šibenik to Kornati

    Day 4 Šibenik to Kornati

    We will be in the Kornati early in the morning. The Kornati, a region in northern Dalmatia is a yachting paradise in Croatia. The Kornati Islands are a collection of hundreds of largely uninhabited islands scattered like pebbles along the northern Dalmatian coast of Croatia. The lack of sand in this area makes the water super clear, while the islands, islets, and reefs offer a wide variety of swimming options. You'll have all day to swim and relax. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 5

    Day 5 Kornati to Biograd na Moru

    Day 5 Kornati to Biograd na Moru

    We will set sail to Biograd na Moru early in the morning. Biograd has a very interesting history. It is well known as the first Croatian capital, or, more specifically a capital of the medieval Kingdom of Croatia. Biograd na Moru is a lovely city and surrounded by beautiful beaches, pine forests and pretty bays, its proximity to Kornati National Park, Krka National Park, and Vransko Lake Nature attracting visitors. Apart from cultural and historical heritage, Biograd is also characterized by charming beaches, picturesque bays, and various accommodation facilities. You'll have all day to swim in the sea and relax then wander the city. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 6

    Day 6 Biograd na Moru to Sukošan

    Day 6 Biograd na Moru to Sukošan

    We will set sail to Sukošan early in the morning. Sukosan is a holiday resort, with a long fascinating coastline, and one of the nicest places to pick up a charter boat. Sukosan is a prime charter base for charter yachts in Northern Dalmatia and the Adriatic coast. Sukosan is known as a nautical center thanks to Marina Dalmacija which has 1.200 berths, 500 dry berths, and a private beach which is located within the area of the marina which is unique on the Adriatic. Sailing yachts, catamarans, or motorboats are all available from here. You'll have all day to swim in the sea and relax then wander the city. Dinner and overnight stay will be held here.

    Day 7

    Day 7 Sukošan to Zadar

    Day 7 Sukošan to Zadar

    All good things have to come to an end. Zadar is a picturesque historical town in southwestern Croatia, the former capital of Dalmatia. Zadar is an ancient Mediterranean port city ideal for private yacht charter peaceful getaway. Are you looking for a crystal-clear sea, beautiful sand and pebble beaches, and a family vacation? Then Zadar is for you. The coast here is clustered with bays and the gorgeous pines grow only several meters from the water. We hope you had a pleasant cruising and we want to host you on a charter yacht next time on another voyage.

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