Catamaran Hire in Croatia

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Catamaran - 13.96m - Lagoon 450 Sport (2017)

From £654 per day

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Catamaran - 11.73m — Fountaine Pajot - Isla 40 (2022)

From £555 per day

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Catamaran - 13.94m — Saona - Saona 47 quintet (2020)

From £777 per day

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Catamaran - 11.74m — Lagoon - Lagoon 40 (2019)

From £405 per day


Catamaran - 13.96m — LAGOON - 450 Flybridge (2016)

From £913 per day

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Catamaran - 13.96m — Lagoon - Lagoon 450 F (2015)

From £432 per day


Catamaran - 12.37m — Bali Catamaras - Bali 4.1 (2020)

From £567 per day


Catamaran - 11.74m — Excess Catamarans - Excess 12 (2022)

From £543 per day

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Catamaran - 11.74m — LAGOON - 39 (2017)

From £407 per day


Catamaran - 11.74m — LAGOON - 39 (2016)

From £530 per day

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Catamaran - 13.96m — Lagoon - Lagoon 450 (2019)

From £493 per day

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Catamaran - 11.88m — Bali - Catana - Bali 4.0 (2018)

From £460 per day

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Catamaran - 11.74m — Lagoon - Lagoon 40 (2019)

From £420 per day

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11 · ŠOLTA

Catamaran - 11.74m - Lagoon 40 (2022)

From £481 per day

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Catamaran - 11.74m - Lagoon 40 (2021)

From £623 per day


Catamaran - 13.61m — LAGOON - 440 (2009)

From £332 per day

12 · SPLIT

Catamaran - 11.97m — LAGOON - 40 (2019)

From £506 per day

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Catamaran - 13.96m — Lagoon - Lagoon 450 (2014)

From £432 per day

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Catamaran Hire in Croatia

A haven of European sailing, the many islands bordering Croatia are a thrill to behold. If you hire a catamaran in Croatia, you will have the opportunity to explore many of these idyllic islands for yourself, stopping off at sandy beaches and national parks along the way. Try the local cuisine in a beachside cafe or visit the setting of many Game of thrones scenes scattered throughout Dubrovnik and Split. With catamaran hire in Dubrovnik, it’s up to you.

How much does it cost to hire a catamaran in Croatia?

Catamaran charter in Croatia can vary a lot depending on many different factors, including the number of people, the duration of the stay, the amenities on board, and the season when you want to rent. Typically, though, catamaran hire in Croatia costs from £4475 per week during the high season and £1181 per week during the low season.

Do you need a skipper to hire a catamaran in Croatia?

No, you can hire a catamaran either with or without a skipper in Croatia. However, the laws regarding boating licences are rather strict, so you will need to check the legislation before you set off. There are three different types of licence in Croatia and each one gives you a permission to drive different types of boat and for different purposes, so you really will have to do your research to make sure you aren’t breaking any laws.

You will want to hire a catamaran without a skipper if you are an experienced sailor with the appropriate licence, who wants to explore Croatia and all of its surrounding islands with complete freedom. If, however, you want a more relaxing holiday, maybe it’s better to hire with a skipper and let them take care of the more technical aspects of sailing the catamaran.

What are the weather and sailing conditions like in Croatia?

Croatia has a Mediterranean climate, with around 2600 hours of sunshine per year. In the summer, sea temperatures are ideal for those who like to swim, ranging from 24-27°C. In spite of the high temperatures, the heat is rarely unbearable though, thanks in large part to the Maestral winds. Average monthly temperatures typically reach their peak in July at 28°C, and are lowest in January at 7°C.

When is the best time to go sailing in Croatia?

In general, people prefer to go sailing in Croatia from late June until August when both the air and sea temperatures are highest. However, some don’t like these months for sailing on account of the hordes of tourists and higher boat prices. These people prefer to go in either May or September and these months also offer fantastic sailing conditions on the whole. Generally, in these months there are fewer tourists and lower boat prices. However, the one thing you must consider is that it gets very dark very quickly and early during these months, so if you are planning a trip then, make sure you check the time of sunset to avoid unnecessary dangerous situations.

What are the best sailing areas in Croatia?

There are so many picturesque places to sail in Croatia that it can be difficult to compile just a short list. However, here are a few of our top picks:

  • Šešula Bay
  • Vis Town
  • Dubrovnik
  • Ston Town
  • Korčula Town
  • Stari Grad
  • Lučice Bay
  • Milna Town
  • Komiza Town
  • St Clement Island
  • Maslinica
  • Skradin
  • Zlarin
  • Lavsa Island
  • Rogoznica

What are the most popular harbours and marinas in Croatia?

Given that Croatia has over 1200 islands, it’s no wonder there are so many harbours and marinas. Below is a list of some of the best harbours, based on their location.

  • Istria

ACI Marina Rovinj, ACI Marina Pula, Marina Funtana, Marina Veruda, ACI Marina Umag, ACI Marina Pomer, Marina Porec, Novigrad Marina, Vrsar Marina, Cervar Porat Marina, Parentium Marina

  • Dubrovnik

ACI Marina Dubrovnik, ACI Marina Korcula, ACI Marina Slano, Lumbarda Marina, Dubrovnik Gruz Harbour, Cavtat Marina, Lastovo Marina

  • Lika-Senj

Senj Marina, Tovarnele Marina

  • Primorje-Gorski Kotar

ACI Marina Cres, ACI Marina Rab, Punat Marina, Marina Losinj, Supertarska Draga, Marina Zaton, Marina Cikat

  • Sibenik-Knin

Marina Frapa, Marina Kremik, Marina Hramina, Marina Tribunj, Marina Betina, ACI Marina Vodice, ACI Marina Skradin, D-Marin Mandalina Sibenik, ACI Marina Piškera, ACI Marina Jezera, ACI Marina Žut

  • Split Dalmatia

Marina Trogir, ACI Marina Split, Marina Kastela, ACI Marina Trogir, Marina Baotić, Hvar Marina, ACI Marina Palmižana, ACI Marina Milna, Martinis Marchi (Martinis Marchi Marina), Marina Vlaska, ACI Marina Vrboska, Viska Luka, Yacht Club Milna

  • Zadar

Dalmacija Marina, Marina Kornati, Marina Sali, Marina Veli Rat, Marina Veli Iz, ACI Marina Šimuni, D-Marin Borik, Sangulin Marina, Marina Olive Island, Zadar Marina, Marina Preko

What to see in Croatia?

There are many amazing things to see in Croatia and the best thing is that most of them are easily accessible from the sea. Our top picks are:

  • The Old Town Walls of Dubrovnik
  • Diocletian’s Palace in Split
  • Hvar Town
  • Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • The medieval Gornji Grad District in Zagreb
  • Kornati National Park, which consists of 89 different islets
  • The Romanesque churches of Zadar
  • Zlatni Rat Beach
  • Korčula Town
  • Mljet National Park
  • The seaside town of Rovinj
  • Brijuni National Park
  • Trogir, so beautiful it’s now a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Rijeka
  • Sibenik

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