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The Croatian coast is without a doubt a highlight for anyone looking for a memorable sailing adventure. Calm sailing, thousands of islands and intriguing coastlines abound in this area of unparalleled beauty. From the calm North coast, thru Kornati islands, Hvar, Vis, Korčula to Dubrovnik, the Croatian coast is the perfect place to plan your next sailing holiday!

Sail to centuries-old villages and towns. Drop anchor in secluded bays, dive or snorkel into pristine waters, and then use your boat’s water toys for fantastic fun. This summer, enjoy the freedom of yachting onboard a luxury crewed catamaran like this. With two crew members, all that is left for you to do is relax and enjoy the ride. Finally, you don’t need sailing experience to go on a private sailing holiday; we have your back. The Catamaran Sailing team is here for you before, during, and after your sailing holiday.


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An excellent area is the Istrian peninsula, the largest peninsula of the northern Adriatic between Trieste and Rijeka. Istria in the west is characterized by green hills and Venetian Italian architecture, The Marina of Rovinji with its picturesque Old Town, the Basilica in Poreč and the majestic Amphitheatre of Pula.

Pula is the largest town in Kvan Bay and also the yacht charter centre, with large marinas. Directly north of the bay lies the largest island in the country, Krk. It is a unique island, known for its long history, its valuable cultural heritage, its nature and its beautiful bays. The “Blue Grotto” near Lubenice, the dreamlike lonely anchorages of the islands Premuda, Silba, Olib and Molat as well as the idyllic beaches of Susak are worth a visit. 




Rich in cultural heritage and natural beauty, the northern port of Zadar and its surroundings is the perfect place to get away from the busier southern Dalmatian coasts. As with many of the Croatian coastal towns, Zadar is home to an impressive old town with medieval fortifications and Roman ruins. 

Exploring Zadar and its surrounds will normally involve a lot of good eating! Local produce includes fresh seafood from the Adriatic and lamb and vegetable dishes sourced from nearby villages.


Sibenik & Kornati


The Kornati archipelago, 147 islands grouped around the main island of Kornat are a popular sailing destination. Designated a national park area since 1980, the uninhabited islands have a unique environment, stark and unspoiled with little vegetation and imposing rocky crops. The beaches, while often pebbly, are blessed with amazing clear waters perfect for leisurely swims and diving. 

Sibenik on the Dalmatian coast is a common starting off point for exploring the Kornati Islands. Dominated by an imposing gothic cathedral near the seafront, Sibernik old town streets may be explored right up to the ruins of the 16th century fortress at the highest point of the town.


Split and the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic sea

Historic little towns, beautiful sceneries, authentic cuisine and friendly hosts have helped this region become one of the most interesting tourist destinations worldwide.  The number of islands and the variety of their offer make it a very attractive sailing destination. Some of the most popular Croatian islands are located in the Split archipelago .The biggest, closest and most popular islands which you can visit  are Brac, Solta, Hvar, Vis, Lastovo and Korcula.


The most popular Croatian islands in the world. Hvar is known for nightclubs, posh restaurants, and beautiful beaches with lounge bars. Next to Hvar is a small group of islands called Paklinski islands with some of the best restaurants in Croatia.

Pakleni otoci

The Paklinski Islands are close to the city of Hvar. The most famous place on Paklinski or Pakleni islands is Palmizana, a secluded cove on the south side of the island known for its gastronomy and famous restaurants and lounge bars. Besides food enjoy walking in the beautiful nature and visit the botanical garden with hundreds of indigenous plants.


The island of Brac has the best ferry lines to and from Split so you can have a daily excursion to Brac, go for a swim on one of the most popular Croatian beaches – The Golden cape in Bol; enjoy premium olive oil and homemade food in Supetar, or enjoy a bicycle ride around Sutivan and Bobovisca.


Solta, a small island near Brac, differs greatly from its larger neighbor. Solta retains its charming, wild nature, especially on the south side. Key settlements include Rogac, Maslinica, and Necujam. Maslinica stands out with the stunning Martinis Marchi castle. Solta offers ideal Robinson-style tourism, like many Dalmatian islands with pristine natural spots.


Vis is the perfect combination of subtle Mediterranean charm and serene nature with only two small towns of Vis and Komiza, and small villages scattered across the island. The famous Stiniva beach is located on the south side of Vis, and since the island is so small you can easily visit its famous bays and coves by a rental boat. 


The island of Bisevo is just opposite Vis and the town of Komiza and it is the home to one of the most beautiful natural wonders on the Adriatic – The Blue Cave. The Blue Cave tour is the must-see tour you should take during your vacation. The blue light piercing through the cave walls will be a memory you’ll cherish forever. You can enter the cave by a small boat and spend some time in it where the sea, cave, and the sun form a unique canvas together.


Although it is almost a part of Trogir from one side, the other side of Ciovo is more wild and natural. Take a boat ride to the other side and enjoy in stone coves and wild beaches of Ciovo.

Drvenik Veli

The island of Veli Drvenik is one of the islands in the archipelago of Split and Trogir, known for its Blue Lagoon – a shallow bay with the most turquoise sea where you can go swimming and snorkeling all day.


Lastovo is a paradise on Earth, natural, intact, preserved and unspoiled. It isn’t an island for you if you’re searching for a party island, but if you want to listen to crickets on an empty stone beach by a lighthouse, then Lastovo is the place to go. Almost the entire island is a natural forest park and some of the best shrimps and lobsters are being caught in the crystal clear sea of Lastovo, so you will be able to enjoy amazing homemade cuisine.


The island is covered in vineyards and olive gardens since it is something that all Dalmatian islands have in common. The town of Korcula is a fortified town near the Peljesac peninsula, so besides being close to Dubrovnik it will remind you of it, too.




Dubrovnik is a popular place to start or end sailing tours through the wider Dalmatian region and is one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations not least due to its setting as Kings Landing in the TV series Game of Thrones! 

The Pearl of the Adriatic offers a wide range of sights including preserved fortifications and city walls, the 15th century Rector’s Palace, the Franciscan Monastery, the Cathedral of the Assumption and the impressive 16th century Sponza Palace. 

A short 10 minute ferry ride from Dubrovnik will get you to the lush island of Lokrum. Home to the medieval Benedictine Monastery and full of popular swimming spots.

It’s time to do something different this summer.

Spend seven days enjoying the finest food and wine Croatia offers.

It’s time to do something different this summer.

Spend seven days enjoying the finest food and wine Croatia offers.

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Experience the Ultimate Luxury Catamaran Journey in Croatia 

Our dedicated team is here to assist you with personalized itineraries, special requests, and all the information you need for an unforgettable voyage.

Reach out to us now to embark on the adventure of a lifetime!