Croatia: South Dalmatia, Montenegro
Yacht charter South Dalmatia & Montenegro
A sailing trip with culture and pure nature
Croatia has lots to offer for those interested in culture. Many Croatian marinas are located near historical villages and towns, that are certainly worth visiting and will bring some diversion in life on board.
Split: World cultural heritage, Diocletian palace stemming from 305 a.C., Mljet: Odysseus cave. Starting in Kastela you will sail short distances to the sunny islands of Solta, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Lastovo and Mljet.
Follow Marc Polos footsteps, the son of Korčulas. A visit to the city of Hvar with a walk to the fortress will give you a spectacular view from Vis to Korčula. Dubrovnik, „pearl of Dalmatia“, can be easily reached from Split in a 10-days to 2 weeks-trip.
One Ways from Split to Dubrovnik are possible too. If the South wind is blowing, a trip to the northern islands or to the Krka waterfalls are interesting. For a one week trip, you can also consider to sail from Dubrovnik–Montenegro and back. The international airports of Split and Dubrovnik are well connected to the main international airports of Europe. Also, roadworks are perfecting the autobahn to Dubrovnik, which will make travelling to this area by car a lot more attractive too.
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More useful info on sailing in Croatia can be found HERE!
1 week (approx. 168 nm)
2 weeks (approx. 341 nm)
Compared to Kvarner, the Bora in this area is about 2–3 Bft. weaker.
May 24 °C, June 28 °C, July 31 °C, August 33 °C, September 27 °C. In Summer: Water temperature 20–24 °C.
Airport Split to Kastela about 5 min,
airport Dubrovnik to marina approx.
35 min. Travelling by ferry e.g. from Venice, Rimini, Pescara and Bari to Dubrovnik.
Important for Montenegro
A second person with a valid sailing license MUST be on board!
South Dalmatia: Trogir, Seget, Kastela, Split, Dubrovnik, our own SCS-Base in Kastela. Montenegro: Budva, Tivat.