Our goal is to make your charter yacht experience as delightful as possible. We base in Split. We will treat you like family from the moment you make a reservation to the time you check-in and check-out. We wish to welcome you and treat you as if you were one of our own. We have motor boats, sailing boats, catamarans, mega yachts, luxury yachts, and gulets in various models and sizes. A sailboat with a crew, without a crew, with a skipper, a motor yacht, or a luxury catamaran are all available for hire. Sailing in Croatia and touring its islands provides a real sailing experience and adventure. Rent a boat and join us on the water.
We are dedicated to showing you the most beautiful parts of the Croatian sea and to making your holiday even more enjoyable. Our crew is dedicated to ensuring that you have a safe ride from the start to the finish. Our welcoming crew will certainly provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Every booking will receive a 20% discount.Croatia is a vibrant country
Croatia is without a doubt one of Europe's most stunning sailing areas, given to its location, pleasant warm climate, clean seas, and fascinating coastline. The Croatian Adriatic, often known as "the coast of a thousand islands," provides around 2600 hours of sunshine each year, a comfortable Mediterranean climate, and everything that comes with it: the scent of pine trees, lavender, olive groves, vineyards, and the rich world of the sea itself.
Croatia spans from the Julian Alps' foothills in the north west to the Pannonian Plain in the east, passing through the Dinara mountain range in the center to the Adriatic coast in the south.Geographical position • Area: 56,542 km2, with an additional 31,067 km2 of territorial waters. • Population: 4.381.352 Capital: Zagreb (770.058 inhabitants - the administrative, cultural, academic and communication Centre of the country). • Length of coast: 5,835 km - including 4,058 km of island, islet and reef coastline. • Number of islands, islets and reefs: 1,185. The largest islands are those of Krk and Cres. There are 67 inhabited islands. • Climate: Northern Croatia has a continental climate; Central Croatia has a semi-highland and highland climate, while the Croatian coast has a Mediterranean climate. Winter temperatures range from -1 to 10°C in the continental region, -5 to 0°C in the mountain region and 5 to 10°C in the coastal region. Summer temperatures range from 22 to 26°C in the continental region, 15 to 20°C in the mountain region and 26 to 30°C in the coastal region. • Population: The majority of the population are Croats. National minorities include Serbs, Bosnians, Slovenes, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, Italians, and others. • Official language and alphabet: Croatian language and Latin alphabet. Religions: The majority of the population are Roman Catholics, and in addition there are a number of those of Orthodox faith, as well as Muslims, and Christians of other denominations. Weather in Croatia
The general weather situation in the Mediterranean, as well as local climate factors, influence weather conditions in the Adriatic. Sailing season is from April to September. Early summer is the greatest time to go sailing because there are more favorable winds in May and June. The months of July and August are great for individuals who love calm waters. September is also an excellent month for sailing.Winds
There are a few common Adriatic winds• BURA (NE) - This is a strong mountain breeze. The Gulf of Trieste, the Kvarner, the Velebit Channel, the region around Sibenik, the Split region, Peljesac, and the area around Dubrovnik are all experiencing strong winds. It only lasts a few hours in the summer and usually only one or two days. • JUGO (SE) - A southerly wind is blowing. It frequently blows for several days, bringing thick clouds, high humidity, and rain with it. • MAESTRAL (NW) - This is the "excellent weather wind." It normally starts blowing around 11 a.m. and ends in the late afternoon. The next day, after a restful night, it resumes the cycle. On the Beaufort scale, it can reach a force of 4-5. • TRAMONTANA (N) is a Bura variant. It does not blow as hard or as squally as the Bora does. Tramontana is primarily found in the Adriatic Sea's southern reaches. Other winds • BURIN (NE) blows in the summer from the mainland. • Another type of bora is the easterly LEVANAT. • PULENAT blows from west and lebic from south-west. • NEVERA, a violent westerly, comes as a storm or squall. In the summer, storms in the Adriatic are sudden and violent and produce a short-lasting swell.
The Adriatic storms have an advantage in that they are short-lived and some of them leave behind refreshingly chilly air. The Adriatic features the usual wind rhythm during periods of high pressure: winds from the land at night and winds from the sea during day.Tides and currents
Tides are minor in the southern Adriatic, but as you travel north-west, they become increasingly powerful. In Croatian waters, the tidal range is modest, and the sea level is influenced primarily by changes in barometric pressure. The Adriatic is home to three types of currents: tidal streams, regular inshore currents, and wind-driven surface drift currents. In the Adriatic Sea, they are all feeble and insignificant.Weather reports
Several times a day, the coastal radio stations broadcast weather bulletins in Croatian and English. A general weather report, messages, and the forecast for the next 24 hours are included in the reports. The following times are when weather reports are broadcast: (in UTC; UTC + 1 h = CET; CET + 1 h = CE summer time)• Rijeka Radio VHF Channel 24 - 05.35 14.35 19.35 • Split Radio VHF Channels 21, 23, 07, 28 - 05.45 12.45 19.45 • Dubrovnik Radio VHF Channels 04, 07 - 06.25 13.20 21.20 Sea rescue service
Coastal radio stations (Rijeka Radio, Split Radio and Dubrovnik Radio) receive messages round the clock (from 0 to 24 hours) on VHF-channel 16 and on the following channels:• Rijeka Radio 21, 40, 4 • Split Radio 21, 23, 07, 28 • Dubrovnik Radio 07, 04
At least throughout the day, you can reach harbour master's offices and marinas on VHF channel 17. The majority of harbour master's offices have their own patrol boats, which can assist boats in distress even in extreme weather. Harbour masters have the authority to enlist the assistance of any suitable ship, even foreign yachts, in accordance with international custom and practice.Split - ancient city and center of Middle Dalmatia Position
Dalmatia's heart. The peninsula between the eastern part of today's Gulf of Katela and the Split Channel, protected from the western part of the peninsula by the Marjan hill and the ridges Kozjak and Mosor rising in the east and north-east by the Marjan hill and the ridges Kozjak and Mosor rising in the east and north-east by the ridges Kozjak and Mosor rising in the east and north-east by the ridges Kozjak and Mosor rising in the Everything is visible in a protected bay. This is an ideal location.History
Aspalathos was the name of an ancient Greek village that existed thousands of years ago on the Adriatic coast. One of the challenges of living at the period was calling a freshly established settlement. Greeks being Greeks, they glanced about and observed the slopes of the mountains around them rich with Aspalathos, Weaver's broom, a plant that was widely used in the rope-and honey-making industries. As a result, the name stuck to the growing and declining villages throughout the years. All variations of the name Aspalathos have come to Split today: Spalatum, Spalato, Spalatrum, Spalathensis, Aspalathon, Aspalatuo, Spalati, Spljet.
Around 300 AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who was from the major neighboring town of Salona, grew tired of ruling the globe and built a lavish mansion in his former backyard. After his death, the palace where he lived and was buried was used as a residence for exiled Roman emperors and their families. Salona's residents sought refuge within the sturdy walls of Diocletian's palace after the city collapsed, and a new settlement arose both inside and outside the palace. Split seems to never enjoy a moment of calm even a thousand years afterwards. As the town flourished and became more significant for its geographical position on the Adriatic coast and adjacent to the inland passage, it experienced turbulent periods and continuous overthrows. King Petar Kreimir IV annexed Split to the Croatian state in 1069, but the protectorate of Venice was recognised in 1420. It fell under Austrian control after the fall of Venice in 1797, along with the rest of Dalmatia, and was transferred to France in 1805. The 1882 elections in Split established Croatian administration, which was forever linked to the fate of Croatia from that point on, until achieving peace after the Croatian war for independence in the 1990s.Heritage
Split was left with the permanent reminders of these periods in the form of the Old Town, the city's oldest nucleus, after suffering throughout history. It is the most valuable specimen of Roman architecture on the Adriatic's eastern shore, and it is housed within the walls of Diocletian's Palace. Today's cathedral of St. Domnius was built in the 7th century, with the Romanesque bell tower added in the 12th century, from Diocletian's mausoleum. With the flourishing of the city, various works of art appeared both outside and inside the palace.• The Papalić Palace (15th c.), the most important example of Gothic architecture in Split, it houses the Museum of the City of Split. Its architectonic details bear distinctive marks of Juraj Dalmatinac's workshop • The Agubio Palace (Gothic portal) • The statue of Grgur Ninski (a work by Ivan Meštrović) • The Cindro Palace, the most beautiful Baroque palace in Split • The pre-Romanesque church of Holy Trinity • The Renaissance cloister in which tombstones of Split patrician families are gathered • The Bishop's Palace built in neo-Renaissance style • The chapel of St. Arnir (1445) by Juraj Dalmatinac • The church of Our lady of the Belfry (Baroque altar, Byzantine Icon from 11th c., wall paintings by Meneghello from 1412) • The monastery and the church of St. Francis (13th c.) • The Meštrović Citadel • The Gripe fortress (17th c.) Present day
Split was the most important port on the Adriatic coast at the turn of the twentieth century. It is no longer so in the twenty-first century, but it has become one of Croatia's most important tourist destinations, particularly in terms of naval tourism. Other sectors include the processing of plastic masses, the cement industry, food, and other items, in addition to the strong shipbuilding industry. Many cultural structures, including the National Theater, the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, the Institute of Oceanography and Fishery, and its aquarium, contribute to the preservation of Croatian history, culture, and nature. Another fascinating aspect of Split is the sports culture that pervades the city and its citizens. Since the 1948 London Olympics, nearly 100 persons have won an Olympic medal, making Split a true Olympic town. Split's football gem HNK Hajduk, as well as other clubs with a rich history in sports such as basketball, waterpolo, and sailing, are a source of pride and love that will never fade. It's probable that none of the above would be feasible without the scorching, dry summers and mild, humid winters that make Split one of Europe's sunniest cities. Split, with its evergreen Mediterranean foliage and subtropical flora, was long a popular tourist destination. Nowadays, the main wheel that turns the economy wheels of Split and SunLife charter, tourism, is fueled by this climate.Routes
Follow our guide and follow the trail of our marker to see the finest of what Middle Dalmatia has to offer, or just to get an idea of what else you should include in your charter itinerary.• El Classico Route (ACI marina Split - Milna - Stari Grad - Pakleni otoci - Vis - Komiža - Maslinica - ACI marina Split) • Early Escape Route (ACI marina Split - Hvar - Vela Luka - Lastovo - Sušac - Vis - Maslinica - Trogir - ACI marina Split) • Off-Route Route (ACI marina Split - Povlja - Vrboska - Stari Grad / Tiha bay - Vela Luka - Vis - Trogir - ACI marina Split) • 7 days sailing route South (ACI Marina Split - Milna (Island of Brač) - Vrboska (Island of Hvar) – Hvar Town/ Pakleni islands - Komiža (Island of Vis) - Vis Town – Stomorska/Nečujam/Rogač/Maslinica (Island of Šolta) - ACI Marina Split) Environmental policy
Our ambition is to play a significant role in the region's environmental sustainability, and we think that the future prosperity of our company and the clients we serve is dependent on environmental sustainability, with a particular focus on the Adriatic Sea. As a responsible charter company, we must consider the consequences of our actions and their impact on the environment, both directly and indirectly through the purchases, products, and services we provide to our customers. We try to reduce the environmental impact of our actions and to incorporate environmental awareness and sustainable development into all of our business processes. This policy's requirements apply to all entities and employees, as well as organizations with which we have a business relationship. Our products and services should contribute to a more sustainable society.We are committed to: Protect the Environment • We will protect the environment and prevent pollution through dedicated and responsible operations management • Will put an emphasis to this environmental policy when making plans and investment decisions in the future. • Will reduce consumption of materials, waste, and pollution in our operations; • Will design products and maintain boats in a way to reduce their adverse environmental impact in production, use and disposal. Objectives and Targets • We will, through targets and objectives set within the scope of the environmental management system, achieve continual improvement and sustainable development • Will periodically review objectives and targets set and report progress in order to enhance our environmental performance and prevention of pollution. Own Operations • We will minimize the environmental impacts of our operations through best practice management of our use of energy, transportation, material consumption, water use, waste, and emissions • By encouraging suppliers, subcontractors, retailers, and recyclers of our products to adopt the same environmental principles as we will further contribute to our goal of environmental sustainability. Purchasing decision • We will have in mind not only our environmental performance but as well performance of our suppliers and thus include the environmental attributes of products and services in our purchasing decisions. Audit • We will ensure adherence to our established environmental management processes through periodic internal and external audits Employees • Will continually promote environmental awareness, responsibility, and best practices, support the environmental sustainability culture of our company through constant education and inter-company initiatives to reduce our environmental footprint. Frequently Asked Questions • What clothing will I need, are there any requirements for sailing?
Trainers can reduce the risk of getting the stubbed toe while running around the boat. Always bring some warm clothes as well and the windcheater. Avoid taking too much kit as it will take up space and remain unused during the trip.• What type of luggage should I take?
A soft bag will help you with storing it when you unpack on the boat. A suitcase (hard case) will be difficult to store because the space on the boat is limited.• Will I need to take any bed linen or towels?
We provide bed linen and a 1 towel per person. If additional towels are needed please let us know in advance and we will prepare them for you. If you don't have space to put beach towels in your luggage we can rent it to you.• Is there safety equipment on board?
All yachts chartered through our company are in accordance with the Croatian Maritime law. This includes approved safety vests, harnesses, life rafts, VHF, horseshoe bouys with lamp, distress signals, fire extinguishers, and more. See general equipment for sailing boats, motor boats, catamarans, mega yachts, gulets.• What is included in the charter price and what do I have to pay extra?
In the charter price besides the use of the boat are also included bed linen and kitchen pottery, one toilet paper and liquid soap per toilet. You have to pay additionally for outboard engine, gennaker, parking place in marina, marina fees, fuel and crew (if not indicated differently on our web page). See conditions for sailing boats, motor boats, catamarans, mega yachts, gulets.• Can you organize transfers from the airport?
If transfers have been organized with us in advance there will be someone to pick you and your party up in either a car or minivan, depending on the size of your party. They can be recognised easily as they will be holding your name tag.• Are yachts and yacht crew insured?
Yes, all yachts and crew on board are fully insured against all accidents.• Can I pay with a credit card?
Yes, credit card payment is possible only with additional Credit card fee of 5%. When paying deposit in base, this fee does not apply.• Is there a safe parking place in marina where I can leave my car?
The parking place inside ACI marina Split is limited and it cannot be rerserved. Above the marina, a big parking space gives you more options to leave your car. Third option is a private parking place nearby marina which you can book through us.• What is the standard 7-days route?
We try to provide an individual route in most cases, and can give you examples of some of the most popular routes. We aim to match the route to the nature of the group and as a result they can vary significantly. We also encourage our customers to explore and disregard the commonly held view, and make their holiday unique. For general route suggestions please check our section Routes on our web page.• Which days of the week can I begin and end my charter?
Weekly charters usually begin and end on Saturday. It is possible to offer boat less than 7 days, but not in the peak of season.• What qualifications do I need to charter a bareboat yacht?
To charter a sailing yacht in Croatia it is necessary to have a sailing certificate and VHF licence.• If we charter with a skipper, what kind of skipper are we likely to get?
The competent, friendly and professional. Not only will he make sure you get safely from port to port but he'll be your guide through our islands and hidden bays. You are more than welcome the express your desires regarding the skipper such as: non-smoker, child-friendly, younger, older, etc.• Do we have to pay for skipper's food during our trip?
Yes, you have to provide the food for the skipper.• At what time can we embark and disembark?
Standard embarkation is after 5 PM. If you want to take over your boat earlier, we can have it ready for you already at 1 PM – just let us know that you want to take our EARLY CHECK IN option. We start with check out at 8:30 AM. Return to the base is obligatory on Friday afternoon. If you want to have the check out at a certain time in the morning, please arrange it at our office in time.
With its Alpi grey wood cabinets and Milano laminate flooring, it is both luxurious and modern. The huge hull windows in the Lagoon 400 S2 provide enough of natural light in the saloon and cabins. It has a stiff bimini that is flush with the coachroof for sleeker lines and improved sun protection. It's built in such a way that moving around the back deck is simple and safe. The cockpit and saloon are on the same level, and the boat has good ventilation throughout.Safety Equipment • Distress signal kit • Electric bildge pump • Fire extinguisher • First aid kit • Foghorn • Radar reflector • Repair kit with impeller • Engine belt • Fuel filters • Oil, etc. • Safety belt • Stormy anchor • Tool box Comfort Equipment • 220 V INVERTER • AC - saloon • CD player • Cockpit cushions • Cockpit speakers • Fans in cabins • Heating (A/C) • Holding tank (1) • Hot water • Paid berth first and last night • Refrigerator • Solar Panels • Shore power • Stove Navigation Equipment • Autopilot • Binocular • Daily marks • Divider • Echo sounder • Flag • GPS chart plotter - RAYMARINE • Info map • Log speedometer • Navigation ruler • Pilot book • Sea charts • VHF radio station - RAYMARINE • Wind indicator • Yacht's documents Sail and Deck • Anchor with chain 50 m • Automatic light • Cockpit table • Dinghy HIGHFIELD 2.90 m • El. cable 220 V • Furling genoa • Gangway • Hand pump handler • Lazy bag / full-batten • Padlock • Windlass el. General Equipment • Skipper cabin (null)
Please do not hesitate to contact us. If you require any additional information, we will be pleased to assist you in planning a wonderful vacation.
"Optional Extras Treat yourself with JOY BOX by Tina (per 4 person) - 50, Early check in (1.00 PM) - 150 , Early check in (2.00 PM) - 100, Late check out-Sailing boats (11.00 AM) - 150, Cockpit cushions per week - 30, Skipper sailing boat up to 40 feet per day - 150 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Skipper sailing boat 41-54 feet per day - 160 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Skipper catamaran up to 41 feet per day - 160 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Skipper catamaran 42-50 feet per day - 170 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Hostess up to 6 guests per day - 130 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Hostess up to 12 guests per day - 145 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Cook per day - 200 (meals / payable on the spot in cash), Transfer for up to 7 pax one direction - 65 (airport, ACI marina Split), Transfer for 8-16 pax(airport, ACI marina Split), one direction = 90, Gennaker sailing boats per week (up to 40 feet) - 100, Gennaker sailing boats per week (41-45 feet) - 150, Gennaker sailing boats per week (HANSE 455) - 200, Safety net - 120, Snorkelling equipment (per week/set) - 15, Beach towels (per week) - 10, Additional towels set - 30, Additional bed linen set (per person) - 10, SEABOB (per week) - 1000, FLOATICO inflatable slide for sailing boat (per week) - 220, FLOATICO inflatable slide for catamaran (per week) - 250, Sea Scooter (per week) - 150, SUP (per week) - 100, Kayak 1 seat (per week) - 150, Kayak 2 seats per week) - 200, Dog on board - 100, Coffe machine (nespresso and lavazza)+48 capsules - 50, Visitor's tax in amount per person/daily) to be paid on spot in cash - 1.32"
Cancellation Policy: When the Client, for whatever reason, is not able to take over the vessel, he can find another client who is willing to charter the vessel for the agreed period. Where the Client is not able to find a substitute client, the Owner will charge the Client as follows: 50 % of the charter fee for cancellation up to 30 days before the charter starting date.100 % of the total amount for cancellation 30 days and less before the charter starting dateIf the termination is due to objective reasons (war or other) the accepted deposit shall not be paid back, but the Charterer shall give the yacht to .the Charteree at his disposal for another free period of time or within another season. Taking out of a travel/charter cancellation cost insurance policy is expressly recommended!
Check out of the boat is to be done ONLY after all people and luggage are off the boat. If the client wants to check out on Friday he has to announce that in advance – latest one day before – and needs to be back in the marina latest 5 PM.
Before the vessel hand-over the Client is obliged to leave a security deposit as stipulated in the charter agreement. This amount corresponds to the franchise defined by the insurance policy, and it will not be used unless required for damages done to the vessel or it’s equipment or if the Client is late in returning the vessel to the Owner. The deposit can be left in cash or by credit card. Where the damage to the vessel equals to the franchise sum, the deposit will be used to cover the damage. Damages and losses caused by the Client's negligence or misuse will be inspected and repaired at the Clients cost. The safety deposit is to be returned to the client after the complete check-out is done. If the client plans/wishes to leave the boat during the night the owner will keep the deposit and cancel it in the morning, after having established that everything is OK. It is not possible to get the safety deposit back after the check-out on Friday, if you plan on spending the night on the boat afterwards.
The price of the charter includes the use of the yacht and all the equipment on it. The price does not include the resident tax, marine and berthing cost, the cost of fuel and other supplies. The Client is obliged to make a down payment amounting to 30% of the total amount within 7 days of confirming the reservation, and 20% at the latest until 31.01.2021. The remaining 50% must be paid 30 days before departure date. Client is obliged to bear all bank costs.
It is possible to offer boat less than 7 days, but not in the peak of season
Have to provide the food for the skipper.
We recommend the purchase of travel cancellation insurance to all travelers, in the case of illness or for other valid reasons
Security deposit is to be paid in cash or by credit card (Master card, Visa)
Our prime time is 7 days, but we also offer Wednesday-Wednesday arrangements for several boats (Elan 40, Elan 45, LAgoon 39), and we also offer 10-day periods and short 2-3 days. Abandoned. By hacking some leases. Prices are based on weeks. Here you can also see this division as Wednesday-Wednesday ships. They are also offered Saturday-Saturday, so they are integrated.
"The Thunder is our dinghy beast, we only give it away with our skipper for day trips or for several days, but you can’t sleep on it even though it has one cabin."
This listing is listed for following charter options.
With Captain and Crew both
Based on the choice of charter option set for this listing and your choice to avail these options under the process of booking this charter, an extra fee may be applicable, for eg; for availing Crew service.