Croatian coastline offers more than 1000 stunning islands, bays and medieval ports to enjoy your sailing experience. Sailing season in Croatia starts in late April and ends in late October. However, some charter companies are open all year round and offer boat rental also in the winter months. There are more than 5000 charter boats for rent located in 80 marinas offering you a great opportunity to explore the Adriatic Sea and admire its spectacular national parks such as Kornati, Telascica, and Krka. The most popular starting points for boat rental are located around Zadar, Biograd, Split, and Dubrovnik.
✓ Average temperature in Croatia (Split)
The warmest months are July and August in Croatia. In Split, the average temperature in January is about 7 °C, in July about 27 °C.
In Split, the sea temperature is a bit warmer during the winter compared to the northern part of Croatia (Istria region), while in summer it is quite the same.
✓ How to rent a yacht in Croatia
Renting a boat in Croatia is easy, you just need a basic sailing license and VHF. The fact that most companies offer insurance, coupled with relatively safe waters and good infrastructure, makes Croatia a great spot for relaxing sailing holidays.
Don’t fail to visit some of the Dalmatian islands, such as Hvar and Vis. Once you are there, try the local fish or Peka with a bottle of fantastic wine from next door wineries.
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