CROATIA SAILING ROUTES
Recommended itineraries for 7 or 14 days sailing from Split
When you book any type of yacht charter with us: bareboat, skippered or crewed, the route is not determined, it is up to you, totally flexible but it should always be in accordance with the actual weather conditions.
Below we made a few suggestions of possible sailing routes you can make in 7 or 14 days since these are the most usual durations of yacht charter holidays. If you book a longer charter you can combine two suggested routes or ask us to tailor a route just for you.
Since it is located in the middle of the Croatian coast Split is an ideal starting point for your sailing holidays in Croatia. When you sail either south or north of Split, you'll have a vast choice of possible sailing routes.
An ideal route for the first time sailors, families with small children and those who do not want to spend more than 2-3 hours per day travelling from one place to the other. Leaves plenty of time to spend on swimming and sunbathing in some beautiful bay on the way.
The ambitious route sometimes requires sailing up to 5 hours to reach the next destination. It is for those who enjoy sailing and for those who would like to visit as many different islands as possible in a week's time.
From Split to Dubrovnik and back in two weeks time. The route covers all the main islands on the way, each day you visit the new island or the new place on the same island.
North from Split up to the Telašćica park of nature and then back down to the island of Vis. In two weeks' time, you will experience both untouched natures of the Kornati archipelago and the places which history goes back in the ancient times and which are nowadays very popular mundane cities -Hvar and Vis. Includes visits to two national parks: Kornati archipelago & Krka waterfalls and a visit to one park of nature: Telašćica bay.
7-days route to the north of Split, up to Kornati national park. The ideal route for those who are not keen on visiting the beautiful, rich in culture and history, but sometimes busy and crowded villages on the islands south of Split, but in the first place are looking for peace and beautiful, untouched nature.