Croatia Yacht Charters

Cruise the sapphire blue waters of the Adriatic Sea dotted with welcoming ports & bustling towns

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    Looking for a European getaway? You’ve considered France and Greece, but are looking for something a bit more off the beaten path. On your next sojourn abroad, reserve a Croatia yacht charter and explore a beautiful country dripping with history and romance.

    Yacht charter services from Worldwide Boat allow you to roam around the country’s sparkling blue waters, rugged mountains, verdant landscapes, pebbled beaches and vibrant villages with ease. Sail through the Adriatic Sea during your next Croatia boat charter to escape to paradise and experience its cultural and natural wonders firsthand.

    The islands of Croatia offer an idyllic escape that fuses ancient history with a taste of modern tourism. Choose from a variety of yacht options, including motor yachts, sailing yachts and gullets available through Worldwide Boat. Regardless of the reason for renting one of our private Croatia charter boats, whether it’s for a honeymoon, family vacation, business gathering or a week away with friends, we can ensure that your vacation dreams come true when you book one of many inviting Croatia luxury yacht charters.

    Why Charter a Yacht in Croatia?

    You could go anywhere on your vacation, but why not pick a destination that provides historic attractions, rich culture and beautiful landscapes? There are many reasons to fall in love with Croatia, and here are some of our favorites.

    • Delicious Local Cuisine
      Influenced by various cultures, traditional Croatian cuisine is a product of both the country’s history and location. Despite regional differences, however, the gastronomy across all of Croatia has some basic elements in common: locally sourced, grilled to perfection, freshly baked and utterly delicious.
    • Undiscovered Charm
      Though popular for both its location and natural beauty, the country is still somewhat uninhabited compared to other seaside destinations, making it the perfect place to roam with a crewed yacht charter to Croatia. Croatia is one of the world’s hidden treasures, which gives it a special charm. Discover its mysteries when you explore its beautiful shores aboard your private vessel.
    • Welcoming Inhabitants
      A peaceful escape steeped in historical wonder, Croatia is filled with people who appreciate the country for all it’s worth. They love to share their beautiful country with the world, welcoming visitors to immerse themselves in the local customs.
    • Plentiful Historic Sites and Landmarks
      From ancient stone walls and town squares to pebbled beaches, and the Blue and Green grottoes to expansive vineyards to Odysseus Cave, Croatia is dotted with significant landmarks and perfect photo opps everywhere you turn.
    • More Than 1,000 Islands
      If you truly want to unveil Croatia, yacht charter ventures are the way to go; you can hop from island to island and discover new things on each one, since every island is so diverse. If it’s natural beauty you seek, head to Vis Island. For an adventure steeped in tourism, try Dubrovnik or Split for a more modern experience. Whatever you crave, Croatia has a place where you can find it in a way that is unique to the Adriatic Sea.
    • Crystal Clear, Calm Waters
      The sparkling, sapphire blue waters of the Adriatic Sea are just as inviting as the islands’ inhabitants. Wade into calm waters, kayak to its remote islands, or dive to its most spectacular sites, such as the Blue Grotto, which is magical in and of itself. Or just enjoy floating on your charter boat: Croatia offers spectacularly beautiful waters and amazing sunsets that can be enjoyed from your ship’s deck with ease.

    When is the Best Time to Charter in Croatia

    Although there’s no bad time to visit the European destination, the best time to visit Croatia on a yacht charter is from late May to mid September when weather is at its sunniest. However, this is also shoulder season. Beat the crowds and pack a light sweater if you decide to come in the winter or spring. Whether you go in the summer, spring or early fall, yachting in Croatia promises an adventure at sea you’ll never forget.

    Dry, Hot Summers

    With its hot, sunny days and mild water temperatures, the summer months of July and August are very popular for outdoor adventures and activities in Croatia. Average temperatures range from the mid-to-high 20s °C / 77-86°F, with the potential to get as high as the 30s °C / 80s or 90s°F. Because of its specific location in the Adriatic Sea, Island Hvar tends to get the most sun – a record 2,700 hours of sun each year – followed by Split, Korcula and Dubrovnik. Given the time of year, however, this is also when the islands of Croatia are at their busiest; so if its serenity at sea you’re hoping for, summer may not be the best time of year for your Croatian yacht charter.

    Perfect Late Spring and Early Fall

    Bringing together the great summer weather with a tad less heat, May and September offers some of Croatia’s best weather. During this time of year, yacht charter guests are often found playing in the sun, exploring the islands by foot and even anchoring their yacht for some fun swimming in the sea. If sailing is your main concern, these months are where you’ll get a chance to experience the westerly “Maestral” wind: a refreshing summer wind that blows in from the sea, typically strongest during the early afternoon. Also, given the fact that school is still going on, May and September also promise less crowds than the height of summer.

    It’s time to explore to precious, secluded beaches and hidden cultural treasures tucked away in Croatia. Boat charter vacations can be set up to this unique locale today. We have an extensive fleet, friendly crews and all the recommendations you need to create a trip itinerary you’ll never forget. Contact Worldwide Boat to book your rental and have the trip of a lifetime!