Stomorska is a small town at the eastern end of the island of Šolta with the island’s oldest port. Our article reveals the weather conditions if you are planning sailing in Stomorska. Moreover, our one-week itinerary compiled will help you during your cruise. Do not hesitate, visit this idyllic settlement and its vicinity!
Our article gives you an overview of the following topics:
- Weather of Stomorska
- Ports around Stomorska
- Sail in Stomorska! Stomorska sailing itineraries
- Sailing in Stomorska: 1 week sailing plan
- 7 Days Stomorska sailing itinerary (longer)
- Marine gas near Stomorska, boat gas stations around Central Dalmatia
Weather of Stomorska
The Middle-Dalmatian island of Šolta, where Stomorska lies, has a Mediterranean climate. The highest average temperature in the town is 28 °C in July whereas in January it is just 9 °C. Swimmers must be aware of the water temperature varying between 14-27 °C. The best time to visit Stomorska is between May and September when the weather is pleasantly warm with a low amount of rain.Check the sailing conditions and wind rose diagram of Stomorska
Ports around Stomorska
Port of Stomorska
The port is located in a small natural bay, providing protection for boats. Only the Bora winds can cause bigger waves here. The port has 30 berths, 4 of them for boats over 50 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 2-6 metres. The port has drinking water, electricity and there are several cafés along the coast. Information about sailing in Stomorska, or rent a boat in Stomorska
Port of Rogač
The SailingEurope Charter is located on the northern side of the island of Šolta, in a bay surrounded by pine trees. 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, which mainly blows in the winter months.
Port of Maslinica
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 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. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and a fuelling station. Information about sailing in Split, or rent a boat in Split
Port of Trogir
The SCT Marina Trogir has 256 berths for boats up to 90 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 20 metres. There is drinking water, electricity, 24-hour security, free WiFi, laundry, refuelling station, and even ship maintenance is available. Yacht charter Trogir
Port of Marina
The Agana Marina can accommodate 134 boats with a length of up to 25 metres. The depth of water at the entrance is 7 metres. Every mooring has running water and electricity. They also have dressing rooms and laundry service at the Agana Marina, and you can find bars and restaurants here as well. Marina boat rental
Ports of Milna
The town is popular among sailors. The three ports can accommodate more than 300 boats. The largest is the ACI Marina Milna with 170 berths, where boats up to 40 metres in length can drop anchor. The depth of the seabed is 6 metres. The port offers many quality services, and refuelling is also possible. Located on the northern side of Milna Bay, the Marina Vlaska offers 71 berths for boats up to 25 metres. The depth of the seabed is 15 metres.
The Yacht Club Milna accommodates 100 boats of maximum 30 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 3 metres. Information about sailing in Milna, or rent a boat in Milna
Port of Sutivan
Sutivan is located on the northern coast of the island of Brač, only 7 km from Supetar. Larger boats can anchor in front of the bay, smaller boats can berth in the port. The depth of the seabed at the entrance of the port is 6 metres, while along the quay it is 2-3 metres.
Port of Supetar
There is only a limited number of berths in the port. 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. Information about sailing in Supetar, or rent a boat in Supetar
Port of Pučišća
This small port is located on the northeast coast of the island of Brač. It has 25 berths, of which about 8-10 are reserved for yachts. The depth of the seabed along the quas is 1, 2-2, 3 metres, and 3, 5-4, 3 metres in the middle of the port.
Port of Sumartin
Sumartin is a peaceful, idyllic place, even in the high season. It is the easternmost and youngest coastal town on the island of Brač. It is connected by a ferry to the port of Makarska. The depth of the seabed is 1-3, 7 metres. Information about sailing in Sumartin, or rent a boat in Sumartin
The port of Bol is located on the southern coast of Brač Island, about halfway between Milna and Sumartin. It is small, so it can be hard to find a free berth during the main season. The depth of the water is 6–7 metres at the entrance and 2 metres at the pier. It provides drinking water, electricity and laundry, as well as cafés and restaurants. Information about sailing in Bol, or rent a boat in Bol
Sail in Stomorska! Stomorska sailing itineraries
Sailing in Stomorska: 1 week sailing plan
Our yacht cruise commences from the picturesque Stomorska and after visiting the resorts nearby we return here again.
Day 1. Stomorska – Maslinica
15, 89 km (9, 87 mi)
The town lies on the western coast of Šolta. The most famous landmark is the Martinis Marchi castle, built to defend the island from pirate attacks. Nowadays, it houses an upscale hotel and a restaurant. If you are craving culinary experiences, we recommend the nearby Sampjer.
Day 2. Maslinica – Drvenik Veli-island
13, 38 km (8, 31 mi)
The island boasts many sandy and pebble beaches. If you are visiting, you must see the parish church dedicated to St. George, with the Baroque interiors and the altar painting of a Venetian painter, Antonio Grapinelli. The Church of St. Michael is also a must-see. It was built as a votive church for fishermen. If you get hungry, check out the Konoba Jere or Krknjasi restaurants.
Day 3.Drvenik Veli-island – Marina
13, 89 km (8, 63 mi)
Be sure to visit the castle built from 1495 to 1500, and discover the nearby St. Jacob Cave. As for restaurants, we recommend Konoba Kod Duje or Konoba Marina. what to do in Marina or Marina sailing. Check our boats: Marina rent a boat
Day 4. Marina – Trogir
10, 98 km (6, 82 mi)
The major attractions in Trogir include City Hall, St. Lawrence Cathedral and Kamerlengo Fortress. Nature lovers must visit Ciovo Island near Trogir. Are you craving a delicious meal? Choose Konoba Trs or Vanjaka restaurants. what to do in Trogir or Trogir sailing. Check our boats: rent a boat in Trogir.
Day 5. Trogir – Split (ACI Marina)
15.47 km (9.62 mi)
Split which is one of the busiest and most Mediterranean Croatian city. The 178-metre Marjan hill can be found on North-West; as a matter of fact, there is a magnificent panorama from its lookout tower. Furthermore, one of the most significant sights of Dalmatia is the Roman UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Diocletian’s Palace made from white marble. There are also several beautiful buildings on the main square of Split. Regarding entertainment, you can find plenty of discos and clubs, from which the most famous one is the O’Hara.what to do in Split or Split sailing. Check our boats: boat hire in Split
Day 6. Split (ACI Marina) – Supetar
16, 63 km (10, 34 mi)
Supetar, the most visited capital city of Brač, lies on the North of the Brač island. Its name derives from the Saint Peter Basilica situated on a hill. As a matter of fact, he is the town’s patron saint. Regarding its beaches, Vela Luka is the most beloved by families with small children thanks to its crystal-clear water. During your stay in Supetar, the 18th-century old Our Lady of the Annunciation Church and the 6th-century old Roman mosaics are a must. what to do in Supetar or sailing in Supetar . Check our boats: boat hire in Supetar..
Day 7. Supetar – Ložišća – Stomorska
25, 79 km (16, 02 mi)
You can find the remains of Rat on a hill above Ložišća. It is one of the best-preserved fortified villages in Central Dalmatia. The Parish Church of St. John and Paul stands in the town centre. It was built-in 1820. The Nazor family’s mansion is a valuable piece of 19th-century Dalmatian aristocratic architecture, so make sure to visit the building.
After returning our boat we still have some time, we should take a look around Stomorska. The seaside town of Šolta Island lies in a gorgeous bay, directly opposite Split. Its most famous landmark is the Church of St. Nicholas from 1870, but the old fisherman’s cottages are also very interesting. The Konoba Škoj restaurant offers excellent Mediterranean dishes. We recommend trying the fish, pasta and seafood dishes.
7 Days Stomorska sailing itinerary (longer)
First, we sail to the west towards Vela Luka, the largest town of the Korčula island, lying in a long-stretching narrow bay. On our cruise, we also touch Bolt, the oldest town of the Brač island, and Milna that provides berths for over 300 yachts.
Day 1. Stomorska – Maslinica 15, 89 km (9, 87 mi), Day 2. Maslinica – Rogoznica 29, 12 km (18, 10 mi), Day 3. Rogoznica – Vis (Vis) 58, 50 km (36, 35 mi), Day 4. Vis – Vela Luka (Korčula) 44, 90 km (27, 90 mi), Day 5. Vela Luka – Sućuraj (Hvar) 57, 24 km (35, 57 mi),
Day 6. Sućuraj – Bol (Brač) 47, 28 km (29, 38 mi), Day 7. Bol – Milna (ACI Marina) – Stomorska (Šolta) 37, 27 km (23, 16 mi)
Marine gas near Stomorska, boat gas stations around Central Dalmatia
- SOLTA: Depth: 4, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.395533, 16.303849
- MILNA, BRAČ: Depth: 3 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.327293, 16.448249
- BOL, BRAČ: Depth: 3, 5-4 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.260791, 16.654266
- VRBOSKA, HVAR: Depth: 2 m, Working time: 8-15, GPS Coordinates: 43.180978, 16.673233
- HVAR: Depth: 1, 8 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.170339, 16.444642
- SPLIT: Depth: 3, 5-4 m, Working time: 6-24, GPS Coordinates: 43.502079, 16.427268
- MARINA KASTELA: , VHF: 17, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.546155, 16.405204
- TROGIR: Depth: 3 m, Working time: 8-19, GPS Coordinates: 43.513687, 16.248574
- MAKARSKA: Depth: 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.293683, 17.019819
- PLOCE: Depth: 10-12 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.057252, 17.428057
- VIS: Depth: 2, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.057443, 16.190497
- VELA LUKA: Depth: 3-4 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.959407, 16.714213
- ACI Marina KORCULA: Depth: 3, 5m, GPS Coordinates: 42.956744, 17.138561
- LASTOVO: Depth: 2, 5-4, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.745218, 16.824718
- SOBRA, MLJET: Depth: 5m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.740951, 17.598208
- PRIMOSTEN: Depth: 3-4, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.587926, 15.92353
- DUBROVNIK, ACI Marina: Depth: 4m, Working time: 8-20, GPS Coordinates: 42.670687, 18.127007
- DUBROVNIK, Orsan: Depth: 3, 7-4, 9 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.660463, 18.079714
For sailing Stomorska is an ideal destination since you can explore not just Split, but several other islands too. Not to mention that Middle-Dalmatian awaits its visitors with crystal-clear water and memorable gastronomy experiences. Find more Solta sailing destinations or choose another yacht charter in SoltaHELP ME TO CHOOSE THE PERFECT BOAT