Boat rental in Croatia
Boat charter is an attractive offer from Croatia to all yachtmen in the world. The country is rich in many picturesque places and thousands of islands. Here every yachtsman finds his quiet harbor. Any tourist, with the help of the charter program, will be able to see the immense beauty of a magnificent country.
In Croatia, there are more than 50 marinas, with capacity of more than 13,200 marine and 4,500 dry berths. They are constantly developing and increasing their services, as well as adapting to the modern needs and desires of yachtsmen. The Adriatic Croatian International Club, better known among yachtsmen as ACI Club is the leading sea tourism company in Croatia. It represents a unique network of 21 marinas that stretch from southern Dubrovnik to the northern part of the Umag of the Adriatic Sea.
Currently, there are more than 140 charter companies operating in the country with a total of about 2,700 vessels. Croatia, located between eastern and western Europe. The country is a mixture of art, culture and rich history dating back to the 7th century. Here there is untouched beauty, lush landscapes and one of the most dramatic coastlines, picturesque cities, blue sea, dreamy islands and hidden coves. In these places, charter companies organize interesting excursions.
Trogir is a small ancient town. It especially attracts connoisseurs of historical places. The town is filled with original works of fine art. The streets are very narrow, which adds to this place a magical color. Tourists have the opportunity to enjoy staying in this wonderful place and learn many interesting facts about the secret Roman heritage. In Trogir there are 3 marinas with more than about 400 sea berths: ACI Trogir, SCT Trogir and marina Baotić. All these bases are suitable for family cruises.
Split is located in the heart of Dalmatia. This is one of the biggest cities in Croatia. It has about 250,000 inhabitants. In the city center is the palace of Diocletian. The nearest marina is located 20 km from the airport of Split. Therefore, this city is considered a starting point for tourists to the most famous places of Dalmatia.
Dubrovnik is located in the vicinity of the town of Komolac in the same place as its marina. The place is famous for the pure springs with the water of the Ombla River, which is protected from strong winds by high hills. Kolomac is an ideal place for a young generation of yachtsmen. In the marina there 425 sea and 140 dry berths.
Kastela is the second largest marina in Croatia. It is located in Kastela bay, next to the international Split airport, and near the town of Split. There are about 40,000 inhabitants. Here are organized various sports competitions on yachts.
The marinas of Croatia make profitable offers to the owners of yachts for renting comfortable berths with water, electricity and a high level of service. Also, the country is ready to cooperate on the basis of charter company conditions.