Croatia has one of the most gorgeous Adriatic coasts in the entire Mediterranean. Even the most ardent travelers will be satisfied by the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea, stunning beaches, and spectacular caves. As a result, it is not surprising that the islands in the Trogir and Split area are the most popular tourist destinations. Timeless Dalmatia has countless small islands worth visiting, but Vis Island, the farthest inhabited island, Hvar Island with beautiful architecture and an amazing nightlife, Brac Island with innumerable spectacular beaches and amazing domestic vine, and Solta Island with crystal clear bays and nature are among the most popular. Numerous boat cruises departing from Trogir or Split have been planned. Choose from one of the greatest boat tours, get in touch with us, and then grab your swimwear and sunglasses.
Find the boat trip of your dreams and prepare to see some of the best places in Croatia, including the Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Veli, the Stiniva beach, the Golden Horn on the island of Brac, and the Green and Blue grotto on the island of Vis. You can see how seriously we take your enjoyment and satisfaction. Every client should have a positive experience, and we strive to provide that. To join one of our boat adventures, all you have to do is make a reservation, then unwind. The rest can be handled by us. Let's take the reins. We know the path. Additionally, we hire out bare boats. You are welcome to rent our boat and customize your journey to suit your preferences.Trogir, Croatia
Croatia's stunning Dalmatian coast is home to the medieval town of Trogir. Trogir is the ideal day trip destination from Split, Sibenik, or Zadar due to its small size. Trogir is a rather small city. The entire town can be explored on foot in well under an hour. When we came for the day, we traversed the streets many times to take in the stunning stone structures. You may see all the main attractions, savor a few leisurely lunches, and take a ton of pictures on a day trip to Trogir. One of the most stunning destinations in Croatia and one of the simplest day trips from Split is Trogir. You must include it on your agenda for the nation.
Just a few kilometers north of Split, Trogir is an actual island that is connected to the mainland by bridges. Due to its exquisite Venetian style, Trogir's old town has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trogir, along with many other coastal towns in Croatia, served as the setting for the city of Qarth in the Game of Thrones television series. You will undoubtedly fall in love with this hidden gem of a town since it is so lovely. Simply taking a stroll through Trogir's streets is the greatest thing to do there. Explore the many modest shops that line the streets, take in the stunning stone architecture, and linger in the bustling squares. Trogir is so little that it is impossible to get lost, so you can take your time taking in all the charming little streets and exquisite structures. Even better, take a walking tour with a guide to learn about the fascinating town's history as you take in the main attractions. If we can, we always take a walking tour because it is the best way to learn about an area, especially if your guide is knowledgeable.Blue Lagoon & Solta Island Tour • Attractions: Blue Lagoon, Solta island, Vela Rina • Duration: 9 hours • Accessories suggested for this tour: Sunglasses, drinks, sunscreen, camera • Recommended for: Sun and nature lovers, all genders
Croatia is a beautiful country if you really love it. It's not always necessary to travel far to fulfill your aspirations. Even though it is only 15 minutes by boat from Trogir to the Blue Lagoon, it is a genuine pearl. Prepare for a relaxing boat journey to the most stunning beach in the Trogir archipelago as you depart. A 30-minute boat voyage will get you to Vela Rina, which is situated on the southwest coast of the island Drvenik Mali. This tiny harbor is renowned for its smooth sand beach that is sprinkled with tiny pebble stones. Although there are docks all around the bay where the boat can be moored, we choose to drop an anchor in the stunning turquoise water. There aren't any trees providing shade on this beach, which is unfortunate, but there's no need to worry since all of our boats have a Bimini top and a radio so you can listen to some relaxing music.
After we've had enough time to unwind in the Vela Rina, we'll head to the Blue Lagoon. On the east side of the island Drvenik Veli is the Blue lagoon, or Krknjasi as the locals refer to it. Our lives have been filled with memories thanks to this lovely lagoon. You can now make your own. Two smaller islands, Krnjas Veli and Krknjas Mali, round the lagoon. There is nothing but the scent of pine trees and the summertime cricket sounds. The water is very clear and ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Since there is no breeze in the morning, the water is very flat, transparent, and cooling. Maslinica, which is on the island of Solta, will be our next stop. An olive-related word in Croatian is the source of the name Maslinica. The olive gardens and olive oil manufacturing in this location are genuinely legendary. We advise you to take a stroll along the town's coastline and stop at one of the coffee shops for some ice cream and coffee.
It's almost time for lunch after some downtime in Maslinica. We recommend a restaurant in the village of Stomorska on the island of Solta for lunch. Just in front of the restaurant, we will berth our boat. Your table is waiting for you inside the restaurant right next to the ocean when you take your first step inside. Allow the flavors and aromas of dalmatian cuisine to overpower you. After finishing our lunch and filling up, we have one more swim left before returning home. Stomorska settlement is around 5 minutes away from Necujam Bay. On the island of Solta, it is the largest bay. We chose it, nevertheless, since it conceals a small secret. A sunken ship is an excellent location for snorkeling and, if you have a GoPro camera, for taking some incredible pictures. Even though the trip back to Split or Trogir only takes 30 to 40 minutes, you'll return wealthier for having had such an amazing experience.Route • 08:00 - Departure from Trogir/Split • 08:45-09:45 - Vela Rina beach - swimming • 10:00-11:00 - Blue lagoon, swimming, snorkeling • 11:30-12:00 - Maslinica town on Solta island - Sightseeing and coffee time • 12:15-13:00 - Another refreshing swim near Maslinica • 13:45-16:00 - Stomorska lunch time (you should try the tuna steak)-island Solta • 16:15-17:15 - Shipwreck snorkeling in Necujam bay - island Solta • 18:00 - Back in Split/Trogir OUR BOAT
The Marlin 790 Pro is the largest model in the Marlin Dynamic line. It is intended to excite and appeal to all rib aficionados, as well as those who have never encountered this sort of vessel before. It can seat up to 12 passengers with creative space utilization. It also offers plenty of storage space. It's a really spacious and comfy inflatable boat. A big stern platform, as well as a spacious bow sunbathing space with the option of turning the back seats into a sunbathing area, add to the comfort. This boat's full equipment and expert build quality make it even better. Passengers' comfort and safety in the cockpit are never jeopardized, regardless of speed or weather conditions. It is outfitted with brand new 2019. The Honda 250 VTEC has a fantastic fuel efficiency and a top speed of nearly 40 knots.Key Features • VHF radio • Water equipment on request • Full safety equipment • Electric refrigerator • Electric winch • Water shower • Bimini • Audio system • GPS plotter
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.
There is no minimum number of days that they must reserve in advance, last-minute bookings are accepted.
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Bare Boat Prices - Weekly•
15/03 - 09/06 - 1484 €•
10/06 - 22/06 - 2059 €•
23/06 - 06/09 - 2749 €•
07/09 - 22/09 - 2059 €•
23/09 - 31/12 - 1484 €
Bare Boat Prices - Daily•
15/03 - 09/06 - 345 €•
10/06 - 22/06 - 391 €•
23/06 - 06/09 - 460 €•
07/09 - 22/09 - 391 €•
23/09 - 31/12 - 345 €
Bare Boat Rent Terms & Conditions•
The renter must have a current boating permit on hand, as well as a recognized form of picture identification (such as a passport, national ID card, or driver's license).•
Multi-day rentals are available from 09:00 on the first day until 18:00 on the final day. The daily rental period is from 9:00 until 18:00.•
You can rent a boat either bareboat or with a certified skipper. The rental fee does not include the cost of a skipper.•
Fuel costs are not included in the rental charge. Fuel for the vessel is supplied in a full tank, and it must be returned in that condition. Or, if you'd prefer, you can ask a member of our staff to fill the tank when you get there.•
Depending on the length of time and the type/value of the vessel, each charter also requires a security deposit in addition to the rental price.•
All vessels are fully insured. This deposit will be repaid at the conclusion of the lease, provided that the vessel is returned as received, with its accompanying equipment intact and in the same condition as it was discovered, at the beginning of the rental period. Up to the number of passengers authorized on the chartered yacht, travelers are covered.
No-show will result in reservation considered as forfeited.
Days not spent on account of early check-out is marked as forfeited.
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