Superyacht charter Croatia

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O’Ptasia

  • Build year:2018
  • Guests:12
  • Berths:12
  • Cabins:10
  • Length:278.89 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£160,148

Lady Gita

  • Build year:2019
  • Guests:12
  • Berths:12
  • Cabins:6
  • Length:162 ft
  • Boat type:Gulet
1 day£15,835

Motoryacht

  • Build year:2018
  • Guests:11
  • Berths:11
  • Cabins:6
  • Length:80 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£7,187

Gulet

  • Build year:1994
  • Guests:10
  • Berths:10
  • Cabins:5
  • Length:98 ft
  • Boat type:Gulet
  • Mainsail:Full battened
  • Genoa type:Furling
1 day£2,803

M/S Morning Star

  • Build year:2008
  • Guests:12
  • Berths:12
  • Cabins:6
  • Length:89 ft
  • Boat type:Gulet
1 day£3,183

Gulet Croatia

  • Build year:1998
  • Guests:14
  • Berths:14
  • Cabins:7
  • Length:104 ft
  • Boat type:Sailing Yacht
1 day£4,504

VALENTINA II

  • Build year:2011
  • Guests:8
  • Berths:8
  • Cabins:4
  • Length:90 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£15,815

Summer Princess

  • Build year:2020
  • Guests:10
  • Berths:10
  • Cabins:5
  • Length:79 ft
  • Boat type:Gulet
1 day£2,502

Mangusta 92

  • Build year:2005
  • Guests:7
  • Berths:7
  • Cabins:3
  • Length:93 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£8,007

Motoryacht

  • Build year:2001
  • Guests:10
  • Berths:10
  • Cabins:4
  • Length:89 ft
  • Boat type:Sailing Yacht
1 day£5,655

Luxury Motor Yacht

  • Build year:2021
  • Guests:38
  • Berths:38
  • Cabins:19
  • Length:157 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£9,509

Abacus 78 Fly

  • Build year:2018
  • Guests:10
  • Berths:10
  • Cabins:5
  • Length:78 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£5,38710% off

Azimut 78

  • Build year:2022
  • Guests:8
  • Berths:8
  • Cabins:5
  • Length:78 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£10,410

ISOTTA

  • Build year:2019
  • Guests:8
  • Berths:8
  • Cabins:4
  • Length:95 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£19,018

Saint Luca

  • Build year:2019
  • Guests:10
  • Berths:10
  • Cabins:5
  • Length:95 ft
  • Boat type:Gulet
1 day£3,003

Luxury Motor Yacht

  • Build year:2017
  • Guests:38
  • Berths:38
  • Cabins:18
  • Length:157 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£9,509

Gulet

  • Build year:2013
  • Guests:10
  • Berths:10
  • Cabins:5
  • Length:78 ft
  • Boat type:Gulet
1 day£2,502

Cristal

  • Build year:2018
  • Guests:38
  • Berths:38
  • Cabins:19
  • Length:160 ft
  • Boat type:Motorboat
1 day£13,012

Superyacht charter Croatia

Whether sailing the Croatian islands of the Adriatic Sea exploring the Dalmatian coast and Istrian Peninsula on a bareboat yacht charter or crewed yacht charter, a Croatia yacht charter with Borrow a Boat is going to be an unforgettable experience. Book your superyacht charter Croatia today!

Why a Superyacht Charter

Comparable to a British Virgin Island charter and a French Riviera yacht charter destination, a yacht charter Croatia is a mix of great fun ashore, deep culture and island hopping. Let’s take a look at some of the places you can visit on yourluxury yacht charter Croatia.

Destinations

There are seven broad yacht charter destinations you can enjoy on a Croatia yacht sailing holiday. Let’s take a look at them below, from north to south.

Istrian Peninsula

The ancient town of Pula is the centre of the fun for sailing types in this region of Croatia. On the west coast of the Istrian Peninsula it has an amphitheatre built by the Romans that is used for outdoor music festivals to this day.

Just to the south of Pula is the Medulin Riviera, which sits on a large natural harbour. With its calm waters and small islands, this is a nice location to enjoy time on a sandy beach and relax.

Further to the east, you will find towns like Opatija, which is the nearest you will find comparable with the French Riviera. It has beautiful old buildings, boutiques and restaurants that combine to make for a wonderful yacht charter destination.

Northern Croatian Islands

With Krk (the largest Croatian island), the northern Croatian islands have among them the oldest marina on the Adriatic Sea. You will discover delightful old towns and island life that has welcomed tourists as far back as Ancient Greek times. The sailing is fun, and from excellent restaurants to a Yugoslav-era penal island there is a great variety of things to enjoy here.

Zadar and Northern Dalmatia

Sailing south down the Dalmatian coast you will soon hit the bustling city of Zadar in Northern Dalmatia. This is one of three decent sized cities on the Croatian Adriatic and has lots to offer from excellent hotels to a nightlife that rivals any on the Adriatic Sea.

Just offshore lies the Zadar Archipelago, a group of small Dalmatian islands that are an opportunity for a rest from the buzz of Zadar itself.

Another place to relax is the Krka National Park to the south of Zadar. With its brackish water lake and waterfalls and its inland marina capable of taking even larger yachts, Krka National Park is another worthy Croatia yacht holiday destination.

Kornati Islands

Widely held as the most beautiful Croatian Islands of all, the Kornati National Park should be visited on any Croatia yacht charter. Lying SE of Zadar, with its lakes, supreme underwater life and geology on land and underwater, it may even be worth staying for a couple of days to enjoy the islands to their utmost. To add to this, you will find some of the best restaurants on the Adriatic here too!

Split and Dalmatian Islands

South again along the Croatian coast on your luxury motor yacht or sailing yacht, you will soon land at the historic city of Split. Thanks to its beauty, both sides of the Croatian War of Independence in the 1990s agreed not to shell it into ruins as happened with so many other cities. In the Old Town you will discover Diocletian’s Palace, the Roman Emperor’s retirement home intact after over 2,000 years.

Off the coast of Split you will reach Hvar Island on your sailing holiday. Hvar Town is widely accepted as the best place for the elites of the world to let their hair down in Europe. Hvar Town has many decent facilities from top end night clubs that rival the Balearic Islands to quality dining and boutiques and restaurants that serve your every need.

Dubrovnik and Southern Dalmatia

Home of the Ragusan Empire that was a significant Mediterranean trading empire in days of old, Dubrovnik is renowned for its Old Town that, though in a large part reconstructed after the War of Independence, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the importance of its architecture.

Marco Polo is supposed to have been born further to the north on the island of Korcula, prior to his well documented world travels. Korcula is now a laid back, beautiful island that in many ways is unchanged even from when the young adventurer was born there.

Further Afield

Just to the south of Dubrovnik and leaving the Croatian coast for Montenegro, you will reach the protected harbour of the Bay of Kotor. Porto Montenegro is a holiday resort for the well-to-do and built to rival the French Riviera as a sailing destination. Capable of taking the largest yachts afloat and with facilities that will meet the highest expectations, the development is a rival to the Porto Cervo on the Costa Smeralda or for those visiting the Aeolian Islands, Portorosa on Sicily.

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Superyacht Charter Croatia

With your luxury charter yacht as a base, the crew will look after your needs while you focus on fun and relaxation. On your sailing yacht or motor yacht you can access isolated, secluded beaches inaccessible to others on the Northern Croatian Islands or fun cities such as Biograd Na Moru.

You can go ashore at different locations to enjoy socialising and the best restaurants in Zadar or Dubrovnik and then perhaps disappear to rebalance off a quiet retreat like Brac the next. Often the boat charter will carry water toys such as a motor boat, windsurfing gear and jet skis for you to blast around a quiet bay and have fun out of the sight and sound of others.

A Croatian superyacht charter is best enjoyed in the summer months between May and September with the peak season in July and August on your sailing yacht or motor yacht luxury charter yacht.

A Croatia luxury crewed yacht charter is one of the safest, most luxurious and most convenient ways to travel and enjoy beautiful locations from the quiet of the Kornati Islands to the buzz of Split on your yacht charter holiday.

Why a Superyacht Charter

Luxury, service, privacy and accessibility are just some of the benefits of choosing a luxury crewed yacht charter. Enjoy a vacation in unparalleled comfort and luxury as you sail to some of the world’s most magical destinations; many of which are only accessible by yacht. Here are some of the advantages of choosing this type of trip over a villa or hotel vacation:

Freedom to Explore: A new horizon each morning, personalised 24/7 service, complete privacy, the freedom to sail and explore at leisure and the chance to discover the very best of the culture, cuisine and entertainment at each location.

Experienced Captain and Crew: Our captains and crew have personal experience of the world’s best and safest anchorages and marinas, alongside in-depth local knowledge of cultural attractions, shore dining and entertainment opportunities.

Onboard Entertainment: a range of sophisticated toys all waiting for you in the tender garage. Get your adrenaline rush on the jet skis, paddleboards and kayaks.

Types of Superyacht charter

Here are a selection of charter yachts that you may choose from to enjoy on your Croatia superyacht charter holiday, whether on a bareboat yacht charter basis or crewed charter basis. Connect with the yacht owner or charter company through us today to arrange your Croatia superyacht charter!

Catamaran

Whether sailing yachts or power catamarans, these have a wide beam and shallow draft and make for spacious and comfortable luxury yachts. Even the smaller vessels (15m LOA and up) will have en suite heads in the cabin, and can often carry water toys like jet skis and paddleboards aboard. You can have a crewed catamaran charter or bareboat charter depending on the size of vessel and what you want from a yacht charter vacation.

Motor Yacht

From a catamaran to a luxury motor yacht charter these are faster and often have far more space. Expect a more comfortable, premium experience on motor yacht, ranging from a mini cruiser to top end superyacht charter vessels. You can have crewed yacht charter or bareboat charter depending on the size of vessel with the skipper and crew looking after you.

The larger crewed yachts are often available on a corporate yacht charter or private yacht charter basis as a means of escaping to an out of the way place without distraction. A luxury charter yacht like this will have water toys such as a speed boat, jet ski and diving equipment so you can enjoy water sports even without having to go ashore.

Sailing Yacht

Whether a classic racing yacht or more modern cruiser racer sailing yacht, these sleek, stylish and more traditional sailboats still have the space you need but can sail in near silence with just the sound of the wind and waves as you move along under wind power alone. These can come as something smaller or a 30 metre plus private luxury charter yacht too with water toys and a skipper and crew looking after you on your bespoke yacht charter.

Weather conditions in Croatia:

Luxury yacht charters are best when augmented by great weather. The perfect time for a premium charter in Croatia are:

April and May

Expect occasional rainy days but temperatures between 22-28C and up. Winds will be NW, 10-20kts

June-August

Very little rain if any. Temperatures from 26C and up to the mid 30s. Wind NW 10-20kts

September-October

It rains more in October and the temperature falls away to 10 degrees C as a minimum, though it can get up to 20C on an autumn day. Winds can get up to 20kts

When to Visit Croatia

If you want to get involved in a major sailing event, Split’s annual Mrduja Sailing Regatta out of ACI Marina Split attracts top sailors from around the world in October every year.

In the peak season the waters can get very busy with the ACI Marina chain charging as much as 20% extra in July and August. For those who can only take that time for their luxury yacht charter - or who love the buzz of the crowds, this is a great time to visit Split.

For those who like a quieter sailing experience, perhaps visit in September or October? The waters are still warm, but the villages and towns quieter. You may find some of the key bars and restaurants have closed though.

Suggested itineraries

On your luxury yacht or superyacht you can enjoy the best of a Croatia yacht charter.

Day 1 ACI Marina Dubrovnik.

Day 3 Korcula

Day 4 Hvar Town

Day 5 Trogir

Day 6 Sipan, Elafiti Islands

Day 7 Back to Dubrovnik for handover

14 days - Istrian Peninsula and Kornati Islands

On a longer superyacht charter Croatia you can explore the northern Adriatic. Leaving ACI Marina Pula, work your way south to Mali Losinj and then Zadar before setting sail for the Kornati Archipelago. Explore the islands for a couple of days before heading to Marina Mandalina in Sibenik and then inland to Krka National Park. Return, island hopping up the Croatian coast to Opatija and then south and west back to Pula.

Luxury Marinas Croatia

There are many marinas across Croatia. Here are a select few in the key charter destinations we have touched on.

Northern Adriatic

ACI Marina Pula has 194 berths for vessels up to 40m LOA. Punat Marina on the island Krk is the oldest marina in Croatia, and has 800 berths for vessels up to 45m LOA.

Zadar and Northern Dalmatia

Zadar Marina has 500 berths for vessels up to 50m LOA. Marina Manadlina in Sibenik has the best superyacht marina facilities in Dalmatia, and has 429 berths for vessels up to 140m LOA.

Central and Southern Dalmatia

ACI Marina Split is one of several within just a few miles of Split Airport. This has 348 berths for vessels up to 60m LOA.

ACI Marina Dubrovnik has 425 berths for vessels up to 50m LOA.

Porto Montenegro

Just to the south of Dubrovnik is the top class sailing destination of Porto Montenegro on the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. This has 450 berths capable of taking vessels up to 250m LOA.

Why Use Borrow A Boat For A Luxury Yacht Charter:

We are an independent company which ensures you receive the maximum choice of vessel at the most competitive prices. Alongside our passion for yachting, our commitment to service and decades of luxury yacht experience ensures your luxury yacht charter will be an unforgettable experience. Most importantly, all our luxury yachts and superyachtcharters meet stringent and current safety and insurance requirements in their respective locations.

We will handle all logistical preparations to make your yacht charter the experience of a lifetime. We can help with logistics, including pre-and post- charter hotel stays in Croatia.

Our captains and crew have personal experience of the world’s best and safest anchorages and marinas, alongside in-depth local knowledge of cultural attractions, shore dining and entertainment opportunities. Choosing a luxury yachtcharter gives you and your guests the opportunity to travel discreetly, with access to the most private coves and anchorages, far from the stresses of today’s busy life.

Frequently asked questions
What kind of yachts can I rent for a Superyacht Charter?

Our superyacht brokers have access to an impressive selection of crewed superyacht charters available to you in the world's most glamourous locations. Varying in size from 40m/130ft to megayachts of over 180m/590ft some of the most luxurious superyachts are fitted with a heli pad, gym, cinema room, spa, sauna and separate owners' decks.

What is the process for reservation a Superyacht Charter?

Your first step is to decide how many guests you will have onboard, your location preference and your desired dates. Once you have decided on the basics you can speak to a yacht broker who will organize a detailed itinerary based on where you are traveling and your preferences.

Will I have to pay a deposit when I book a Superyacht Charter?

Yes, all charter companies require a deposit to book a superyacht. This is usually refundable if you have to cancel or make changes, as long as it’s at least 90 days in advance. Do read the cancelation policy small print and consider trip insurance if reservation inside the cancelation window.

Where can I sail to on a Superyacht?

Anywhere you wish: your only limit is your imagination. Our luxurious superyachts are berthed worldwide in the most beautiful locations: Set sail from Tahiti, The Bahamas, the French or Italian Riviera, Maine and Florida. Or fly to the Caribbean or the Maldives for a relaxed cruise among the tropical islands. Many of our crewed superyachts also have the range, power and crew expertise to transport you and your guests to more unique locations such as Antarctica, Alaska and Patagonia.

What factors do I need to consider to book the best luxury superyacht charter?

How many people are in your party? This determines the size of luxury superyacht you need to reserve, so get a headcount before you start researching. The main points to consider are your budget, the number of guests, and the season at your intended destination.

What Is included in the charter rate?

Your charter rate will include the rent of your superyacht and its equipment, together with the services of its captain and all crew. The vessel will be properly insured against all marine risks. Additional fees not covered in the charter rate include: VAT, marina fees, local taxes, harbor fees, canal fees, fuel charges, electronic communications, provisioning and any other bespoke extras required. If you choose to embark at a different port to the superyacht’s home location, then you can expect to pay for delivery and/or return fees and expenses.

How long can I charter a superyacht for?

Superyachts are generally charted at a minimum for one week, but you can charter a superyacht for as long as you want, depending on availability.

How do I work out the charter rate?

Superyacht charter rates are always quoted weekly and vary from low to high season. Contact us for the most up-to-date rates.

How much do I pay the crew for gratuities?

We usually recommend 10% of the total charter fee, however gratuities are entirely at your discretion.

How many guests are allowed onboard the superyacht?

The size of your superyacht will determine how many guests are allowed onboard. Legally the maximum guest number on a luxury superyacht is 12. Speak to us if you have a large party and we will source a superyacht that has increased stateroom capacity.

How can I ensure all my requests for activities/food/excursions are met?

We will discuss all your transfer and onboard requirements when you make your reservation and will send you a comprehensive questionnaire to complete. We will be in touch again just before your charter begins to ensure all your preferences and individual requirements regarding dietary needs, medical conditions and allergies have been covered. This also includes your requested activities, including toys, entertainment and offshore excursions.

What insurance do you recommend I take out?

Usually guests are covered under the superyacht owner’s own liability policy for damage, however we recommend taking out Charter Liability insurance as an extra buffer. Should you or your guests accidentally damage any interior fixtures and fittings, the hull, or any of the tenders/toys then you will be fully protected for any claims against you. Our dedicated insurance team will advise you.

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