Boat Charter Adriatic / South

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The sailing season at the Adriatic Sea starts in April and lasts till October, but we may have a good sail also in March and November.

The central and southern Dalmatian Islands are Croatia's most well known and popular sailing destination. They lie to the south of Split, the main point of entry into Croatia, and spread along the coast to Dubrovnik, at the very south of the country.

The area south of Split contains numerous islands, the largest of which include Brac, Hvar, Vis, Korcula, Mljet, and Lastovo. Don’t forget the mainland though, with Rogoznica, Makarska, Split and particularly Trogir all offering fantastic shore-based sightseeing and a pub or two. Dubrovnik is well worth a visit if you have time, though do bear in mind that it is out of the way and isn’t really recommended during a one-week holiday.

The Dalmatian Islands are slightly more ‘cosmopolitan’ than their northern counterparts, offering lively ports with restaurants and bars nestled within numerous old towns. Famous for its nightlife is Hvar Town and Bol on the island of Brac. It’s not all about partying though, with other islands offering special experiences…

Bisevo for example has the famous blue grotto; a cave that is only accessible by boat. Around noon on a calm day, the sun shines through the underwater opening in the cave, reflecting up from the white bottom floor and illuminating the cave in blue and objects in the water in silver.

Or visit Korcula, the beautiful island birthplace of adventurer Marco Polo. This UNESCO World Heritage centre has the best preserved architecture of any historical town on the Croatian coast with over 85% of preserved buildings dating from before the 17th century.

Weather and winds

During this period of time everything may occur from the storm-sailing to the windless days and the sea is getting warmer and warmer. Before July and after September the speed of the wind is usually 2-6 bft. Dead-calm is common in the heat waves in August, at best the coastal wind or the breeze from the sea may bring some relief. The principal winds of the Adriatic are: the bora arriving from north-east, has a polar origin, is a cold and immediately strong wind; the jugo is a warm wind from the south, getting stronger during the days; and the maestral blows from north-west. According to local observations the bora comes always after the jugo.

Adriatic / South - locations

  • Baska Voda
  • Montenegro / Kotor
  • Brac / Milna (Split)
  • Montenegro / Porto Montenegro
  • Dubrovnik
  • Primosten / Marina Kremik
  • Grebastica
  • Rogoznica
  • Korcula
  • Seget Donji (Trogir)
  • Krvavica
  • Skradin
  • Marina Agana
  • Solta / Rogac (Split)
  • Marina Kastela
  • Split
  • Marina Tučepi
  • Trogir
  • Montenegro / Bar
  • Vinisce
  • Montenegro / Budva
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