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Crewed Yacht Charter:


We have Wealth of Experience Booking Crewed Charter Yachts in The Eastern Mediterranean & Croatia!

We feel that our time sailing in Croatia years ago was what inspired us to continue exploring the world via private crewed charter motorsailers, catamarans, motor yachts & sailboats. Our fascination with Croatia began with finding an old Roman coin of Emperor Diocletian. We fell in love with Dubrovnik & Split even before setting foot in Croatia. Ancient, walled medieval cities on the Adriatic Sea, filled with world-class restaurants and narrow cobblestoned lanes to explore…what’s not to love? There are many stunning towns on islands such as: Korcula, Hvar, Starigrad, and Vis.


When to Charter a Crewed Yacht in Croatia:

The yacht charter season in Croatia begins in April & ends in October. High season for charter yachts is from the last week of July until the first week of September. Keep in mind that the water will still be chilly in April & May, but by June the water temperatures reach a pleasant 74°F. If snorkeling & swimming at beaches and anchorages are important, the months of June, July & August are ideal. Temperatures average between 73°F-86°F, making it the ideal time to go! 

Low Season: May & October

Mid Season: June & September

High Season: July & August


Basic Facts About Chartering a Yacht in Croatia: 
Charter rates are calculated in the Mediterranean by the "Base Rate" for the month you want to visit, plus the APA/Advance Provisioning Allowance plus VAT. Need help? Just ask us!


Contact Us to Discuss your Charter & Enjoy the Perfect Yacht Vacation Experience


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SAMPLE ITINERARY: Quickly emerging as a vibrant party center for the yachting crowd and buzzing with hospitality & entertainment, Croatia's extraordinary island-speckled coastline is indisputably its main attraction. For those who love the Caribbean, the first thing that strikes you in Croatia is the clarity and intensity of jeweled emerald and sapphire waters. White pebbly beaches alternate with long sandy and stacked stone stretches too. If that all sounds too relaxing, there are myriad water-based activities at hand to lure you off your sun-lounger – snorkeling, diving, kayaking, windsurfing and of course, more sailing, just for starters.  ​ The most popular route is Split – Central & Southern Dalmatian islands – Dubrovnik. This is an area rich in history, amazing architecture, charming old towns and beautiful bays. ​ One-way charters from Split to Dubrovnik available for an additional fee. Yacht Charters Guru offers a fantastic selection of crewed sailing yachts, gulets, catamarans and motor yachts for a memorable yacht charter in Croatia. A Sample 8 Day / 7 Night Itinerary:  Day 1: Explore the medieval walled city at Trogir which features architecture from the 13th century and don’t miss the 3rd-century bas-relief of Kairos within the Benedictine Monastery of St Nicholas. Head to the port village of Maslinica on the Island Šolta, which overlooks an archipelago of seven islets. Day 2: Sail to the old fishing port of Komiža on the island Vis. Discover the pebble beaches, relax and perhaps visit the blue caves on Bisevo Island. Get to know the local delicacies in the evening and eat at local restaurants. Day 3: Walk around Vis town and its 16th-century villas. The island has a lush landscape that is brimming with vineyards. If you want to explore underwater, Vis is a popular scuba diving spot with plentiful marine life. Day 4: Sail to Hvar, an island full of beautiful lavender and herbs, as well as a reputation for being rather upmarket. Walk around Hvar Town’s harbor, the piazza, the huge fortress that dominates the skyline and St Stephen’s Cathedral to get a great view from the bell tower. Day 5: Sail around to the north of Hvar to Vrboska, a 15th-century village near UNESCO-protected Stari Grad Plain. Marvel at the patchwork of paths and walls that cross the agricultural flats. Day 6: Set sail for the island of Brac and Milna on its west coast. You’ll find a wonderful harbor, known as the bay of a thousand ships, where you can enjoy fantastic local food and wine. Day 7: Head back to Trogir to disembark. ​ Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik are incredible cities, all UNESCO sites. We highly recommend spending an extra couple of days at least in each one just to explore them. It is well worth it. They are towns with incredible histories, culture and architecture.

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