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We have over 50 high-quality sailing yachts and catamarans available for group and individual rentals, with or without a skipper. Do you require assistance in determining the best boat for you? Please contact us and we will make recommendations for boats and sailing routes in Croatia. Free one-way sailing between Trogir and Dubrovnik.Croatia
Croatia is a country rich in natural beauty, and no matter where you go on vacation, you'll always find something that will simply amaze you. Dalmatia – "coast of thousand islands" – owns the longest stretch of Croatia's beautiful coast. The Dalmatian coast has already become a geographical term as well as a symbol of beauty. It has a jagged coastline, islands, islets, reefs, peninsulas and bays, marine channels, and mountain chains that run for miles along it. Cities along the coast, with their rich cultural heritage and beautiful architecture in a variety of styles, are a source of wonder, joy, and inspiration. This never fully utilized gift of God and fruit of diligent human hands is complemented, but not completed, by rich Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation.
Summers are hot, with many sunny days, and winters are mild and rainy. Ideal for sailing! July and August are the warmest months, with air temperatures ranging from 25° C to 35° C (77° F to 95° F) and sea temperatures reaching 28° C (83° F). Rain is uncommon at this time of year, which is considered the height of the tourist season. The Croatian Adriatic is one of the sunniest coastlines in the world, with an average of 2,400 to 2,800 sunny hours per year.Laws and regulations on sailing in Croatia
A valid nautical and VHF license is required for at least one person on the sailing yacht. Port Authorities in Croatia issue navigational and VHF licenses. If you have a license from another country, please check to see if it is valid in Croatian territorial waters. If you do not wish to hire a skipper, you must send us copies of your licenses in advance in order to confirm your booking. You must also have the originals on board. A certified crew list is required on board, in addition to a navigational and VHF license. We will obtain this document for you once you have provided us with all necessary information and will present it to you at the time of check-in.Sailing Destinations in Croatia • Palmizana • Hvar • Island of Iz • Milna • Trogir • Telascica Nature park • Vis • Peljesac • Sobra • Solta • Polace • Pomena • Mljet • Drvenik Veli • Bisevo • Vodice • Split • Pakleni Island • Skradin, Zlarin,Zirje • Sipan • Primosten • Zut • Cavtat • Slano • Lastovo • Dubrovnik Our sailing routes • To Vis and back • Central Dalmatia at hand • From Dubrovnik • Mystical Montenegro • National Parks • One way from Trogir to Dubrovnik- One-way pleasure • One way from Dubrovnik to Trogir One-way yacht charter, route Trogir-Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Trogir
One-way routes Trogir-Dubrovnik & Dubrovnik-Trogir are certainly the best way to visit the nicest places along the southern Adriatic in only one sailing week. You will start your sailing trip in one Adriatic pearl, and finish it in another. On the way between them, you will see wonderful Mediterranean islands, peninsulas and bays.
Both Trogir and Dubrovnik are historical towns worth visiting because of their stone beauty and abundance of historical stories. The old town of Trogir was founded by ancient Greeks and it is located on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo, only 10 minutes far from the ACI marina Trogir where our boats are located.
The old town of Dubrovnik is not necessary to describe: it is the most popular touristic destination in Croatia, with its medieval walls and fortresses, and a lot of cultural events. When you start or finish your sailing trip in Dubrovnik, it means that you will need to come to ACI marina Dubrovnik, in Komolac, which is only 15 minutes far from the old town of Dubrovnik, and we hope that you will have few hours to visit the beautiful Dubrovnik.
Sailing distance between Trogir and Dubrovnik is cca. 115 nm, and we suggest to organize your trip in the way that every day you need to cross the planned route. If you start your trip from Trogir, our suggested route is following: Trogir – island of Šolta (Šešula bay) – island of Hvar (Sv. Nedjelja) – Pelješac peninsula (Orebić) – island of Mljet (Prožura or Okuklje, with the national park Mljet) – Elafiti islands (Kobaš or Jakljan) – ACI marina Dubrovnik.
Our clients have recognized the advantages of the one-way route and they confirm many one-way bookings. When we need to return boats to their home bases, we don’t charge clients for one-way fees, and these special one way offers are called ONE WAY FREE OF CHARGE offers.Our Base - ACI Marina Dubrovnik
One of the most beautiful marinas on the Adriatic coast is the ACI marina Dubrovnik "Miho Pracat." It is located 6 kilometers from the center of Dubrovnik, on the Ombla River's source, in a deeply intended bay where sea and fresh water mix, and offers a pleasant temperature during the hot summers. A beautiful old mansion Sorkoevi is part of the marina and is half in service of the marina and half converted into an attractive small hotel. The marina in Dubrovnik is open all year and includes a gas station, supermarket, restaurant, coffee bar, nautical gear shop, tennis courts, pool, laundry facilities, and a port authority. On land, it has 425 berths and 140 boat spots. Water and electricity are available at all berths.
Dubrovnik is connected by ferry lines from Gru harbor to all major Croatian ports as well as ports in Italy – Ancona, Pescara, and Bari. The airport (ilipi), located 15 kilometers from the marina, connects Dubrovnik to the rest of the world, and bus lines connect it to all major Croatian and European cities. From early morning to late at night, regular bus services connect the marina and the old town of Dubrovnik every 15 minutes.Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik, a small city that was once a country, has always been a cultural center. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its historic monuments with a rich and long history have a special charm. The works of artists, writers, and scientists are woven into the fabric of Dubrovnik, whose reputation and tourist attraction are based on culture. Dubrovnik's many churches and other religious buildings, city walls, fortresses, and museums enchant every visitor to this ancient city. Among the many cultural events, including exhibitions, concerts, and performances, the famous Dubrovnik Summer Festival, with its outdoor musical and theatrical performances, deserves special mention.Marina Baotić, Seget Donji
Land at Marina Baoti (N 43° 31'/ E 16° 14'), one of Croatia's most modern and beautiful yacht marinas. Our harbor is located in the old fishing village of Seget Donji, near Trogir. Marina Baoti is easily accessible due to the modern infrastructure in Central Dalmatia. Split airport is only eight minutes away, and the highway is nearby.How to reach us? Motorway – AutocestaDalmatina After having passed Zagreb, follow the signs in the direction of Split. You will pass the following towns on your route to Seget Donji: Zagreb – Karlovac – Bosiljevo – Gospić – Zadar – Šibenik – Prgomet – SegetDonji Approx. 30 km after passing Sibenik, you will see the motorway exit Prgomet. Leave the motorway via this exit and follow the road approx. 15 km to reach Seget Donji. Coastal Highway – Jadranska magistrala Coming from the north: Follow the road and pass the following towns before reaching Seget Donji: Rijeka – Senj – Karlobag – Zadar – Šibenik – Primošten – Seget Donji Motorway – Autocesta D1 Coming from the north reaching Zagreb, you will pass the following towns on your route to Seget Donji: Karlovac – Plitvice – Korenica – Gračac – Drniš – Seget Donji One way free of charge
We provide you with a fantastic and one-of-a-kind opportunity to sail along the beautiful Adriatic coast between our two bases in Trogir and Dubrovnik, where we have our own offices with staff and boat maintenance. Whether you want to travel from Trogir to Dubrovnik or the other way around, this is a unique way to explore a large portion of the Adriatic coast and islands. In addition, we frequently have Special "One Way" free of charge offers, in which case you can bring your sailing yacht back to home base without incurring any additional charges. Please contact us if you require any additional information.Last minute offer
With the beginning of the sailing season, begin also the last-minute discounts. Our definition of the last-minute booking is that it is the booking confirmed within only five weeks before charter.
It is never sure which boats will be available in the last-minute period, but it is sure that you will get the best deals! It pays to be informed about our last-minute offers because it is possible to get up to 35% discount. The best way to be familiar with our last-minute offer is to receive our weekly newsletters and to check our website.Our Catamaran
Lagoon 450 Fly – This traditional Lagoon-design catamaran remains one of the most popular models introduced by the renowned French boat builder. Built in 2019, Patrick le Quément refined its classical style and upgraded it with numerous contemporary elements, finest interior materials, and modern equipment to meet the ever-increasing demands of today's sailors.
450 Lagoon The 14-meter fly length provides plenty of space on board for relaxing, sunbathing, socializing, or having fun at sea. The shallow draft of only 1.33 meters allows access to shallow anchorages or small harbors, but regardless of this practical feature, the proven design of the hulls and naval architecture by Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost studio ensures maximum safety in navigation and very good sailing abilities. A total sail area of 129 square meters ensures high speeds even in light winds, and when there is no wind, two engines with 57 HP each provide adequate power.
On deck, the large aft cockpit will accommodate a larger group, while the forward lounge area is ideal for relaxation. The flybridge is accessible from both sides and houses the helm and operating station, but its elevated position also provides an excellent view of the yacht. Stern bathing platforms are especially useful for easy access to the sea, dock, or tender boat.
The spaciousness of the deck spaces is continued in the elegant but functional interior, which is lavished with natural light, high-quality wood, and fine fabrics that provide just the right amount of luxury. The spacious salon is outfitted with a large dinette, a large and fully-equipped U-shaped galley, and a navigational desk. The night area is divided into two hulls and features four beautifully decorated double cabins, each with its own private head and shower.Equipment • Aft & forward cockpit coushins • Aft Cockpit floor in teak • Air conditioning • Automatic life jackets • Autopilot remote B&G • B&G Rudder Joystick at nav station • B&G VHF V50 • B&G Zeus 12” display at helm station • Beach towels 8x • Bimini Top • Cockpit coffee table • Deck Shower • Depth Sounder • Dolce gusto coffee machine, Krups • Double berth in salon • Electric toilette 4x • Furling/Roll Genoa • Generator • GPS plotter on flybridge • Lazy bag main • Log Speed • Out boarder • Sprayhood • Sun lounging area coushins on flybridge • USB connection • USB sockets in cabins (x4) • VHF • Windlass remote control at helm station with chain counter FAQ (Frequently Ask Questions) • What about communication; are there any connections on board for? All our sailing boats have converters 220V/12V so your phones can be charged in the sailing yacht while you’re under sail and you don’t have to wait for shore power. • From where can I obtain weather forecasts? During check-in our team gives you a 7-day sailing forecast. You can always check forecast for sailors on the internet. Usually, you will find this information on the marina bulletin boards which display them in a number of languages. Of course, you can always call the base for weather forecasts, but usually there are regular broadcasts on radio and VHF. • How about safety equipment for children? There are children’ vests in our base, so please let us know the number you require, and the size (weight) of the children. Also, we can provide a safety net if you make a request in advance. • Are there life vests and other safety equipment on board? All sailing yachts chartered through Waypoint Charter exceed Croatian Health and Safety laws with regard to safety equipment. This includes approved safety vests, harnesses, life raft, VHF, lighted buoys, distress signals, fire extinguishers, and more. • Do the sailing yachts have all the equipment needed to prepare meals onboard? Sailing yachts are equipped with crockery and cutlery for the number of people which the yacht would be able to take at maximum capacity. Utensils, which will enable you to cook basic meals are also provided, along with a tin opener and corkscrew. For any specific requirements, please let us know in advance and we will provide. • What is the typical cost of staying in harbors, and in marinas? The marina costs are usually around 50-100 euros per night, it depends on the length of the sailing yacht (i.e. 12 meters sailing yacht for 57 euros per night). Some harbors and most anchorages are free of charge. • Will there be cleaning supplies on board? Cleaning supplies such as washing liquid, surface cleaner etc can be put onboard along with other provisions for a small fee. • Will I need to take any bed linen? Sailing boats are equipped with bed linen. Therefore no need to bring. • Will there be any other equipment onboard such as for snorkeling, fishing, etc? Snorkeling and fishing equipment are not a standard piece of equipment on sailing boats. There are shops in marinas where these can be purchased, or as an alternative they can be added to the provisioning list. • Will there be anywhere to do laundry? There are launderette facilities in every marina and they are usually around 5-7 euros altogether for washing and drying. • What electrical equipment can I take? It’s not practical to take a great deal of electrical goods as electricity is in sparse supply. However, electricity is 220V, 50Hz. Croatia uses the standard European 2-point plugs. Our sailing yachts have electricity up to 300V (enough for cell-phones, digital cameras, laptops, etc.) while in marinas you have standard 220V shore electricity. • What type of luggage should I take? A soft bag – a soft holdall will help store your luggage when you unpack on the boat. A suitcase style (hard case) will be difficult to store with a number of people on the sailing boat. • What clothing will I need, are there any requirements for sailing? Trainers can reduce the risk of getting the stubbed toe while running round the boat. Avoid taking too much kit as it will take up space and remain unused during the trip. • What sun protection will I need in Croatia? Average temperature in Croatia is 33°C in summer season, and even though all our sailing yachts have bimini, it is really important to use Sun block protection. Also, a sunhat which you can soak is very useful and a good way of staying cool. • Will I need waterproofs? Waterproofs will be useful if you have a rainy day, but that’s rare in summer season in Croatia. It is also good to have waterproof gear to protect from potential wind chills while under sail. • What currency will I need in Croatia? The national currency in Croatia is Kuna (HRK). Euros are accepted in most establishments but not everywhere, so it’s good to have Croatian currency with you. Also there are plenty of ATM’s where you can withdraw Kuna with your Visa/Switch etc. • Is food included, can I get any provisions upon arrival? Food is not included in the price of your bareboat yacht charter. However, we can organize provisions for you; just send us the list in advance. Also, there is a supermarket in marina so you can choose exactly what you need. • Who will pick me up from the airport? You can organize a transfer through us in advance. All you have to do is email us your flight details and number of people arriving, and we’ll do the rest. Car or a van will be waiting for you. • Do we have to pay for the skipper's food during our trip? Yes, your group is responsible for covering the contributions for the skipper’s food whether you are dining out or on board. • Is it possible to charter a bareboat from any other day than Saturday? We usually, like most other charters in Croatia, charter our boats from Saturday to Saturday. It’s possible to charter sailing boats for a shorter term but that’s usually off-season. • If we charter with a skipper, what kind of skipper are we likely to get? The competent, friendly and English, Italian, German speaking kind! Not only will he make sure you get safely from port to port, but he’ll be your guide to the best places to visit, and if you’d like, your personal sailing instructor! • Do you provide boat briefings? If requested, you will be given general briefing covering the local cruising grounds. Questions about navigation, anchorages, prevailing conditions, or any part of the desired itinerary can be answered. A more specific boat briefing aboard the yacht will be given at check-in, covering all the operating systems, including rigging, electrical system, water system, windlass, stove, dinghy, outboard and emergency systems. • What qualifications do I need to charter a bareboat sailing yacht? To charter a bareboat sailing yacht in Croatia it is necessary to have sailing certificates proving their competence. The Port Authorities in Croatia require an RYA Day skipper with VHF qualifications as a sufficient license. International equivalents are also accepted from the majority of countries in Europe, as well as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa etc. • Which days of the week can I begin and end my charter? Weekly charters usually begin and end on Saturdays for multiples of seven days, especially in high season. Out of the season or in very last minute, there is a possibility to arrange some 3-4 days charters.
The Charterer is obliged to return of the yacht no later than 18:00h the evening before the end of the charter (Friday) – overnight accommodation on board possible till 09:00h next day (Saturday).7. DEPOSIT
Before the vessel hand over the Charterer is obliged to leave the security deposit as stipulated in charter agreement. The deposit needs to be left by credit card. In case of damage on the vessel equal to the franchise amount, the deposit the Charterer left will be used to cover the damage.8. ENGINE FAILURE AND SEVERE DAMAGES
Should any damage caused by the usual abrasion of the materials emerge during the yacht charter, the Charterer has to inform us immediately, who is in the charge to organize reparation. Should the damage be repaired by the our company within 24 hours, the Charterer will have no right to request any reimbursement. If the damage cannot be repaired on the way and therefore a return to the charter
Base is required, the repair has to be organized preliminary in order for the boat to be repaired in time for the next client. The amount for the lost days of the charter in that case will be refunded only if the damage was caused by the our company. Otherwise the Charterer cannot expect any reimbursement and will be liable to cover additional expenses for finding a replacement vessel. If severe damages, engine troubles, loss of vessel and/or personal injuries should happen, the Charterer is obliged to inform the company and obtain report and documentation on the emerged incident by other parties (e.g. port authority, physician, authorized expert, etc.) Always to have the yacht towed by its own line in the event of average or similar events, and to make no agreement about towing or salvage. Damages not reported to us or ones without documentation will be considered caused exclusively by Charterer’s negligence, and as such will be covered at his expense.9. ACCOMMODATION CANCELLATION
In case the Charterer due to any cause is not able to take over the vessel, he can find another client who is willing to be accommodating on the vessel in the agreed period. In case the Charterer is not able to find the substitute client, We will charge the Charterer as follow• 5 % within 7 days of booking confirmation • 10 % within 30 days of booking confirmation • 30 % of the total amount for cancellations 30 days after booking confirmation or 60 days before the accommodation period • 100 % of the total amount for cancellation less than 30 days before the accommodation period 10. SPECIAL COVID-19 CANCELLATION POLICY • In case of closed borders (Croatian or clients home country) we guarantee full refund of the received funds. The charterer can claim the refund only one week before his charter is supposed to begin. • In case of obligatory quarantine without possibility to make test to avoid it, we offer voucher for the received amount. Voucher can be requested at the earliest 7 days before embarkation and only if the 100 % of the charter fee has been paid. • The obligation of Covid test before or after the charter is not sufficient reason to issue voucher. 11. COMPLAINTS
The complaints are being accepted only in written form upon the vessel return and only if signed by person in charge on behalf of Waypoint. The approved compensation cannot be higher than rental price.12. ARBITRAGE
In case of dispute that cannot be resolved in friendly manner, the competence of Split Tribunal is being established.Charter price Includes • End cleaning • Bed linen • Towels (1 small and 1 medium per pax) • Starter kit (1 dishtowel, toilet paper, dustbin bag, 1 roll of paper towel, dish soap and sponge) • Outboard fuel 5 l • 2 bottles of gas • Transit log • Monohulls up to 38 ft per booking - 269 • Monohulls from 39 ft to 45 ft per booking - 304 • Monohulls from 46 ft to 49 ft per booking - 328 • Monohulls from 50 ft per booking - 351 • Catamarans from 40 ft to 44 ft per booking - 351 • Catamarans from 45 ft to 49 ft per booking - 374 • Catamarans 50 ft on per booking+ Wifi – 597 Safety Charter pack includes • Damage waiver fee • End cleaning • Bed linen • Towels (1 small and 1 medium per pax) • WIFI Internet (75GB/week) • Starter kit (1 dishtowel, toilet paper, dustbin bag, 1 roll of paper towel, dish soap and sponge) • Outboard fuel 5 l • 2 bottles of gas • Transit log • Monohulls up to 38 ft (per booking) - 480 • Monohulls from 39 ft to 45 ft (per booking) - 573 • Monohulls from 46 ft to 49 ft (per booking) - 597 • Monohulls from 49 ft (per booking) - 620 • Catamarans from 40 ft to 44 ft (per booking) - 620 • Catamarans from 45 ft to 49 ft (per booking) – 667 Advantages of purchasing the SAFETY CHARTER PACK
No security deposit to pay / Easier check-in at the base / You are exempt from any responsibility for potential damage on board* We believe that the Safety charter pack is a fantastic opportunity because there is no safety deposit. We are doing everything possible to provide our guests with the most comfortable way to charter a yacht in Croatia. Damage to the dinghy, outboarders, or clogged toilets are not covered by the safety charter pack.
You can choose from various payment methods for your charter reservation. But whichever method you choose, you can rest assured that your payment is always safe. You can pay via bank transfer, debit cards or credit cards.Please note: Because of the bank fees for credit card and debit card payments, Your payment amount will be increased for 2-3% , that means, discount on charter price will be reduced for 2-3%.
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.