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Sun Odyssey 490 - 4 + 1 cab. (2023)

Croatia, Split (Sailing yacht)

Berths
10

Cabins
4 + 1

Draught
6.6 ft

Capacity
10

Size
49 ft

Engines
1X-hp

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Generator
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from 659 €/day 

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Sun Odyssey 440 (2024)

Croatia, Split (Sailing yacht)

Berths
10

Cabins
4 + 0

Draught
6.6 ft

Capacity
10

Size
44 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Electric windlass
Autopilot
Bowthruster
Electric Winch

from 597 €/day 

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Sun Odyssey 490 - 4 + 1 cab. (2024)

Croatia, Split (Sailing yacht)

Berths
11

Cabins
4 + 1

Draught
6.6 ft

Capacity
11

Size
49 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Air conditioner
Autopilot
Bowthruster

from 486 €/day 

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Merry Fisher 795 Series 2 (2024)

Croatia, Split (Motor boat)

Berths
4

Cabins
1 + 0

Draught
3.3 ft

Capacity
4

Size
23 ft

Engines
1X-hp

from 317 €/day 

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Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. (2024)

Croatia, Split (Catamaran)

Berths
12

Cabins
4 + 2

Draught
3.3 ft

Capacity
12

Size
46 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Air conditioner
Watermaker
Generator
Autopilot
Electric Toilettes

from 1 225 €/day 

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Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. (2024)

Croatia, Split (Catamaran)

Berths
12

Cabins
4 + 2

Draught
3.3 ft

Capacity
12

Size
46 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Air conditioner
Watermaker
Generator
Autopilot
Electric Toilettes

from 1 225 €/day 

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Antares 11 Fly OB (2024)

Croatia, Split (Motor boat)

Berths
4

Cabins
2 + 0

Draught
3.3 ft

Capacity
4

Size
37 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Air conditioner
Generator
Autopilot
Bowthruster
Electric Toilettes
WiFi

from 519 €/day 

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Nimbus 405 Coupe (2024)

Croatia, Split (Motor boat)

Berths
8

Cabins
3 + 0

Draught
3.3 ft

Capacity
8

Size
43 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Autopilot
Bowthruster
Electric Toilettes
Solar Panel

from 826 €/day 

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Antares 9 OB (2023)

Croatia, Split (Motor boat)

Berths
6

Cabins
2 + 0

Draught
3.3 ft

Capacity
6

Size
29 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Bowthruster
WiFi

from 391 €/day 

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First 44 (2023)

Croatia, Split (Sailing yacht)

Berths
7

Cabins
3 + 0

Draught
6.6 ft

Capacity
7

Size
44 ft

Engines
1X-hp

Air conditioner
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from 541 €/day 

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Location of Split

Split, the second-largest city in Croatia, is in Split-Dalmatia County. As the biggest city of Dalmatia, it’s the center of economy and administration as well. It lies in South Dalmatia at the outfall of the Jadro and Žrnovica rivers. It’s on a peninsula next to the Gulf of Kaštela and the canal of Split. Split also serves as a centre of transportation. Besides sailing and air transport railways connect it to Zagreb.
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia with more than 200 000 residents. It’s the biggest city in the Adriatic Sea. It’s considered the main transit point of the region – you can easily come here on land, by boat, or take a flight. Several wonderful sights impress tourists from ancient times as well as the modern age. The city centre is part of the UNESCO world heritage since 1979. Along with its fantastic gastronomy, and numerous beaches Split is perfect for those who like good trips. No surprise that it’s so popular among tourists.

Can you rent a yacht in Split – do I need a license?

Small boats (under a certain horsepower or length), electric boats, crewed yacht charters, gulet charters may not require a license. Larger boats or those with more powerful engines need a skipper’s license. Before you confirm your sailing trip to Split, please send us a copy and we will check it for you. You need to have the original copies on board, so don’t forget to take them.
To sail from Split, one of the following qualifications is necessary:
ICC (International Certificate of Competence), Int. IPC (International Proficiency Certificate, USA), NauticEd SLC (International Sailing License and Credentials), RYA Day Skipper Course, valid Navigational and VHF licenses
Alternatively: ICC (International Certificate of Competence), Int. IPC (International Proficiency Certificate, USA), NauticEd SLC (International Sailing License and Credentials, Int.) OR: [UK] RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Certificate or higher, [USA] Sailing ‘Basic Keelboat’ or higher, [DE] ‘Sportbootführerschein See’ or higher, [FR] le Permis Plaisance
Additionally, the following documents are necessary: Valid travel documents: USA citizens: EU regulations mandate USA passport holders to have at least three months of validity beyond the planned departure date from Split., European Union (EU) citizens: No visa required. Canadian citizens: No visa is required for stays up to 90 days.
If you do not have a skipper license, it is also possible to rent a boat with a skipper

Motor yacht charter Split – the main ports

The port of Split is the main destination for seagoing boats on the Adriatic Sea thanks to the strategic position of the Mediterranean region (ports of Venice and the Aegean Sea). Its rich history and numerous sights attract thousands of tourists day by day. In 2011 the port became the biggest in Croatia and the third biggest in the Adriatic region. Nowadays we can claim for sure that the city and its port are an inevitable destination for seagoing boats and all cruiser companies. In this way, it has great significance in yachting, both locally and internationally.

ACI Marina Split

The ACI Marina Split offers 348 berths for yachts of a maximum of 90 m. The breakwater provides outstanding protection from the raging sea and the southern winds. The water depth is 8 m. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and a fuelling station.

Marina Kaštel Gomilica

This is the only port in Croatia that can accommodate superyachts up to 140 m. Refuelling is among the quality services of the port. The recently built port is in the southwestern part of Kaštela Bay. It has 420 sea berths, and 200 land berths, all offering water and electricity. The depth of the seabed is between 2, 5 m and 8 m. There is a reception desk, a self-service laundry, a yacht club and a refuelling station. As for restaurants, you can choose BavAdria café, Nautic restaurant or Spinnaker restaurant. In addition, there is a pizzeria next to the swimming pool. Kastel Gomilica sailing, yacht charter Kastel Gomilica

Port of Marina

There are 134 permanent berths for boats with a maximum length of 25 metres. The sea is 7 metres deep at the entrance. The port offers several good-quality services, and there is a bar and a restaurant. sailing in Vis, rent a boat Vis

Port of Trogir

This significant port offers 256 permanent berths for ships up to 70 metres long. The depth of the water is 20 metres. They provide several services such as laundry, fuel and maintenance. They also have drinking water, electricity and free Wi-Fi. Trogir sailing, rent a boat Trogir

Ports of Milna, Brač

Milna has 3 ports and can accommodate more than 300 boats. The largest is ACI Marina Milna, offering 170 berths for boats up to 40 metres. The depth of the seabed is 6 metres. You can choose from many quality services here, and you can refuel. Marina Vlaska is on the northern side of the Bay of Milna. It has 71 berths for boats up to 25 metres. The depth is 15 metres. Yacht Club Milna has 100 berths for boats up to 30 metres. The depth is 3 metres. Milna sailing, rent a boat Milna

Port of Sutivan (Brač

Sutivan is located on the westernmost part of the north coast of Brač. It is only 7 kilometres from Supetar. The port can accommodate smaller yachts, but larger boats can only anchor in front of the bay. The depth at the entrance is 6 metres, and 2-3 metres along the quay.

Marina Bol (Brač)

The port of Bol is located on the southern coast of Brač Island, about halfway between Milna and Sumartin. Because of its small size, it can be hard to find a free berth during the main season. The depth of the water is 6–7 metres near the entrance and 2 metres at the pier. They provide drinking water, electricity, laundry as well as cafés and restaurants. Bol sailing, yacht charter in Bol

Port of Supetar (Brač

Supetar’s outer port is reserved for ferries and commercial vessels. In contrast, mostly smaller boats and yachts use the inner basin. The depth of the seabed at the entrance is 6 metres, 5 metres in the outer basin, and 3-4 metres in the inner basin. boat hire Supetar, boat hire Supetar

Port of Pučišća (Brač

The Port of Pučišća is located on the northeast coast of the island of Brač. It provides 25 berths for boats, of which 8-10 are usually available for yachts. The depth of the seabed along the quay is 1, 2-2, 3 metres, and 3, 5-4, 3 metres in the middle of the port.

Stomorska Port, Solta

The port found in a natural bay adequately protects the yachts inside. Only the bora wind can cause significant swaying. There are 30 berths in the port from which 4 are large enough to provide a place for yachts over 50 m. The depth is 2-6 m. There are a water supply, electricity and plenty of cafés by the coastline. boat rental Solta, Stomorska sailing

Port of Rogač, Solta

It has a favourable location, only 16 kilometres from Split. The main advantage of the port is that it is not too crowded. There are showers, free WiFi, a nearby gas station, a café and a pizzeria. The Bay of Rogač is well protected from winds, except for the Bóra, which mainly blows in the winter months. Solta sailing

Port of Maslinica, Solta

The Marina Martinis Marchi is located on the west side of the island of Šolta. It is part of the Martinis Marchi Heritage Hotel Group. The port has 50 berths for yachts up to 35 metres in length. Larger megayachts can berth near the breakwater. The depth of the seabed is 2-11 metres. Every berth has drinking water and electricity, and there are WiFi and showers available. The restaurant and bar are open from May to October, but the port is open all year round. However, in July and August, yachts arriving late are often unable to find a berth. It is therefore advised to arrive early or reserve a berth.

Port of Hvar

This popular docking place of Hvar Island provides protection against the northern wind. However, southern and northwestern winds can cause significant waves. They offer several high-quality services including fuelling. Hvar island sailing,Hvar boat rental

Marina Sveti Klement (Hvar)

ACI Marina Palmižana is one of the safest harbours on the Adriatic Sea. It is located on the northeastern part of Saint Klement Island, which belongs to the Pakleni archipelago. It is open seasonally, from the 1st of April until the 31st of October. There are 180 permanent berths for boats with a maximum length of 30 metres. The maximum depth of the water is 3–8 metres. They provide showers, Wi-Fi, cafés, and restaurants and you can even find a grocery store here

Marina Stari Grad (Hvar)

The port of this cosy town can accept a total of 150 boats. The depth of the water is 13 metres near the entrance, and 4–5 metres at the town pier. They offer cafés, restaurants and an information office as well. Stari Grad sailing

Port of Omiš

The small Middle Dalmatian town lies by the estuary of the Cetina river; it is surrounded by huge canyons. The bora blows violently in the bay from many directions, and the southern wind also raises a heavy sea. The depth here is 4 m. Omis sailing, boat rental Omis

Port of Podstrana

The luxurious Marina Lav belongs to the Le Meridien Lav hotel complex. It can accommodate 74 yachts with a maximum length of 40 m. The depth varies between 2-2.8 m. There is a water supply, and electricity in each berth; moreover, a 24-hour security guard protects the area. sailing in Podstrana, yacht charter in Podstrana

Marina Baška Voda

The Marina Baška Voda can accommodate up to 180 boats up to 23 metres in length. The maximum depth of the seabed is 4 metres. The port has drinking water, electricity and a restaurant. You can even get medical help if needed. Information about sailing in Baska Voda, boat rental Baska Voda

Marina Ramova

The Marina Ramova is located in Krvavica, a town that administratively belongs to Baška Voda. It has 195 berths for boats up to 16 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 3 metres. The port offers many excellent services. The restaurant can accommodate up to 150 guests at once.

Makarska Harbour

The port’s 225 metres long breakwater was completed in 2015. It provides protection from winds and waves coming from the south and southwest. The maximum depth of the seabed is 4.8 metres. The excellent services offered in the port include refuelling. Makarska sailing, rent a boat Makarska

Split is an ideal choice for visitors of all ages. You sure won’t be disappointed in this popular destination. Just a few of the several wonderful pastimes are sailing, sightseeing, bathing, hiking and partying. If you wish for a relaxed, old-school city tour, you couldn’t find a better spot. But if you prefer a refreshing, youthful adventure, still don’t miss this beautiful Mediterranean city. Visit its beaches, music festivals, and clubs.

Beaches in Split

Split has several incomparably attractive beaches, where the water is clean, and the shore meets all expectations. On the Splitsko Peninsula, nearly the whole seaside is suitable for swimming. Choose from a great variety of the popular sand, pebble, or wild rock beaches – especially on the shore of the Marjan mountain. We made a list of the most popular beaches from the east to the west. These places provide more than just the sun and the sea, something unique.

Trstenik beach

It’s a pebble beach with deck chairs and beach umbrellas. But if you’d rather lay down your beach shawl, you can easily find a place for that too. There’s a VIP platform operating with the hotel there. Other than that it’s fully open to the public. The beach is clean and has some bars around.

Bačvice

It’s a sandy beach full of deck chairs and beach umbrellas which are constantly in use. For the people who live in Split Bačvice is part of the city’s identity.An important part of the cultural heritage, a local beach game called Picigin was also born here. This game is an amateur sport usually played in shallow water. Players are hitting a small ball with their palms in the air so that it’s not touching the surface of the water. At the same time, Bačvice is one of the main night zones of the city. It’s the place of the Split Beach Festival.

Kaštelet

This pebble beach is right next to the Ivan Meštrović Gallery on the south side of Marjan Hill. Most young people in their twenties visit this part of the coast. Families generally enjoy the beach a bit further away.

Main sights in Split

Besides the amazingly clear water of the beaches, there are several historical buildings, museums, and churches in the city. It’s not a surprise that some call Split the most beautiful city in the world. Behind the ancient walls of the Palace of Diocletian, there’s the old town. Once it served as a summer house for the emperor. The palace, built around 295, is one of the most notable pieces of Roman architecture on the eastern side of the Adriatic. The St. Doimus cathedral is also here, formerly it was the mausoleum of Diocletian. Don’t forget to visit the palace of Papalić which is the most famous Gothic building in the city from the 15th century.
When it comes to baroque there’s another beautiful palace called Cindro Palace. In addition to history, the nightclubs in Split offer a great pastime for young people. Visit the most popular one called Vanilla Club, where you can choose from several genres of music to fit your taste. Various events attract visitors, such as Diocletian days, when residents show visitors the 1700 year long history of their beloved city. They march on the streets of the former palace wearing togas and tunics. Antique carriages take the emperor and his wife along the Riviera.

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There’s the Mediterranean climate on the Adriatic coast. Summers are dry and hot, winters are mild and rainy, and the sun shines a lot. Split weather information.

Weather in Split

The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Split. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.

Wind rose in Split
Wind speed in Split

The wind rose for Split shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Split shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.

Day 1. Split (ACI Marina) – Kaštel Gomilica 9, 73 km (6, 04 mi), Day 2. Kaštel Gomilica – Trogir (ACI Marina) 15.47 km (9.62 mi), Day 3. Trogir (ACI Marina) – Primosten 38, 16 (23, 71 mi), Day 4. Primosten -Vis (Vis-island) 65, 08 (40, 44 mi), Day 5. Vis (Vis-island) – Stari Grad (Hvar-island) 40, 14 km (24, 94 mi), Day 6. Stari Grad (Hvar-island) – Sumartin (Brač-island) 37, 74 km (23, 45 mi), Day 7. Sumartin (Brač-island) – Supetar (Brač-island) – Split (ACI Marina) 52, 90 km (32, 87 mi).

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Day 1.Split – Kastel Gomilica 13, 25 km (8, 23 mi), Day 2. Kastel Gomilica – Trogir 15.47 km (9.62 mi), Day 3. Trogir – Rogoznica 31.26 km (19.43 mi), Day 4. Rogoznica – Primosten 10.38 km (6.45 mi), Day 5. Primosten – Sibenik 20.95 km (13.02 mi), Day 6. Sibenik – Skadrin (Krk) 16.83 km (10.46 mi), Day 7. Krk – Tribunj 28.70 km (17.83 mi), Day 8. Tribunj – Murter 17.80 km (11.06 mi), Day 9. Murter – Kaprije 23.26 km (14.46 mi), Day 10. Kaprije – Rogac 63.20 km (39.27 mi), Day 11. Rogac – Vis 47.02 km (29.22 mi), Day 12. Vis – Stari Grad 39.63 km (24.62 mi), Day 13. Stari Grad – Sumartin (Brac Island) 37.74 km (23.45 mi), Day 14. Sumartin – Omis – Split 51, 86 km (32, 23 mi).

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Sailing itinerary from Split to Dubrovnik

Day 1. Split (ACI Marina Split) – Solta 15, 77 km (9, 80 mi), Day 2. Solta – Stari Grad (Hvar) 35, 31 km (21, 94 mi), Day 3. Stari Grad (Hvar) – Vis (Vis) 39, 98 km (24, 84 mi), Day 4. Vis (Vis) – Komiza (Vis) 19, 75 km (12, 27 mi), Day 5. Komiza (Vis) – Vela Luka (Korcula) 57, 31 km (35, 61 mi), Day 6. Vela Luka (Korcula) – Korcula (Korcula) 51, 17 km (31, 79 mi), Day 7. Korcula (Korcula) – Sobra (Mljet) 92, 34 km (57, 38 mi), Day 8. Sobra (Mljet) – Dubrovnik (ACI Marina Dubrovnik) 44, 51 km (27, 65 mi), Day 9. Dubrovnik – Kolocep – Lopud 17, 74 km (11, 02 mi), Day 10. Lopud – Zuljana – Orebic 74, 23 km (46, 12 mi), Day 11. Orebic – Sucuraj 37, 32 km (23, 19 mi), Day 12. Sucuraj – MakarskaSumartin (Brac) 36, 43 km (22, 64 mi), Day 13. Sumartin (Brac) – Brela – Omis 33, 94 km (21, 09 mi), Day 14. Omis – Supetar (Brac) – Split (ACI Marina Split) 28, 59 km (17, 76 mi)

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Catamaran itinerary from Split to Hvar

Day 1. Split – Supetar (Brac) 16, 12 km (10, 02 mi), Day 2. Supetar – Sumartin (Brac) – Jelsa 55, 33 km (34, 38 mi), Day 3. Jelsa – Sucuraj 42, 66 km (26, 51 mi), Day 4. Sucuraj – Zavala 40, 45 km (25, 14 mi), Day 5. Zavala – Hvar 22, 55 km (14, 01 mi), Day 6. Hvar – Stari Grad 26, 81 km (16, 66 mi), Day 7. Stari Grad – Split 42, 62 km (26, 48 mi)

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