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Split area (Hvar, Brac, Vis) catamaran charter itinerary2018-10-23T23:49:20+00:00

Split area (Hvar, Brac, Vis) catamaran charter itinerary

Split charter area itinerary

Because of it’s incredible tourist and nautical offer, and thanks to proximity of Split airport, train and bus stations,  ferry port and highway connection, Split area / region it becomes the most popular cruising area in Croatia. Split is also largest city on the Adriatic coast, and marinas around Split are main starting points for majority of catamarans in charter.

Our catamaran charter fleet in sailing area of Split is mainly situated in ACI marina of Split, Marina Kaštela, marina Trogir and marina Baotić near Trogir. There are also smaller starting ports located around Split like Rogac on Solta island, Baska Voda, Makarska and Primosten.

During spring and summer months, Split airport is well connected with majority of European cities with low cast flights. In recent years, low-cost airline companies increased number of direct lines to Split. Various ferry lines from Split offers connection with the nearby central Dalmatian islands (Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis, Lastovo, Solta), and daily connection to Ancona, Italy.  There are also coastal ferry service between the city and Dubrovnik to the south, and Rijeka to the north.

Islands Vis, Hvar and Brac

The islands of Split region contrast from each other. For instance, Island of Brac is the largest and the biggest island in Croatia and additionally a standout amongst the others islands, and the most developed with respect to tourism. Tourist hot spots on the island of Brac is are Supetar, Bol and Milna. Zlatni rat beach near town of Bol is good choice to visit with catamaran multihull. Island of Solta is smaller and not as tourist developed, but has advantage of being untouched from the civilization. It is located opposite the city of Split. Vis island, with its numerous beautiful bays and caves and untouched nature, is gaining in popularity for year to year. The town of Komiza is well known fisherman town in Central Dalmatia. The island of Bisevo is exceptional due to the Blue Cave with the one memorable experience, Medvida Cave and which are viewed as a mind boggling natural marvels. Island of Hvar is likewise a notable destination, especially for nautical tourism and also called the party destination, and has the urban areas of Hvar, Stari Grad (Old City), Jelsa, Vrbovska, and Sucuraj. Along the coastline, there is the city of Split and its encompassing towns and ports. Part is the most populated and it is the focal point of this current locale’s economy and additionally the biggest sea goal in Croatia. In Central Dalmatia there are two destinations which are under the assurance of UNESCO: Diocletian’s royal residence in Split and the old town in the heart of Trogir. Part is the focal point of the Split–Dalmatian County which makes the city a noteworthy and focal traveler goal in Central Dalmatia.

Itinerary from Split marina

ACI marina Split is the best location to start your Charter a Catamaran vacation in Croatia. Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, is known for its beaches and the fortresslike complex at its center, Diocletian’s Palace, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Once home to thousands, its sprawling remains include more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards are a cathedral and numerous shops, bars, cafes, hotels and houses. With large fleet of catamarans in Split charter area you can visit several islands in the 7 or 14 days charter. All marinas are equipped with a supermarket so you don’t need to worry about groceries, food and beverages.

Area: 79.38 km²
Population: 178,102 (2011)
Area code: +385 21

Split marina Catamaran Charter Croatia
Itinerary Split - Kornati – Krka

Itinerary Split – Kornati – Krka

Split – Kornati – Krka

Route duration : 7 days

day 1 : Split – Veli Drvenik, Krknjaši bay
day 2 : Veli Drvenik, Krknjaši bay – Primošten
day 3 : Primošten – Piškera, NP Kornati
day 4 : Piškera – Zlarin
day 5 : Zlarin – Skradin, NP Krka
day 6 : Skradin – Rogoznica
day 7 : Rogoznica – Split

Itinerary Split - Hvar - Vis

Itinerary Split – Hvar – Vis

Split – Hvar – Vis

Route duration : 7 days

day 1 : Split – Maslinica bay
day 2 : Maslinica bay – Komiza
day 3 : Komiza – Bisevo (5 NM) – islet Budihovac – Vis
day 4 : Vis – Hvar (Palmizana)
day 5 : Hvar (Palmizana) – Stari Grad
day 6 : Stari Grad – Milna
day 7 : Milna – Split

Itinerary 14-day Split - Dubrovnik - Split

Itinerary 14-day Split – Dubrovnik – Split

14 days Split – Dubrovnik – Split

Route duration : 14 days

day 1 : Split – Milna, Brač
day 2 : Milna, Brač – Palmižana, Hvar
day 3 : Palmižana, Hvar – town Hvar (Hvar)
day 4 : town Hvar – Komiža
day 5 : Komiža – Biševo – Ravnik – Vela Luka (Korčula)
day 6 : Vela Luka – Lastovo (Zaklopatica)
day 7 : Lastovo – Mljet (Polače)
day 8 : Polače, NP Mljet – Dubrovnik
day 9 : Dubrovnik – Okuklje (Mljet)
day 10 : Okuklje – Korčula, city
day 11 : Korčula – Jelsa
day 12 : Jelsa – Lučice bay (Brač)
day 13 : Lučice bay (Brač) – Maslinica (Šolta)
day 14 : Maslinica – Split

Itinerary from Trogir marina

Old Town of Trogir is located just 5 minutes from Split airport and have 3 marinas, ACI marina Trogir, SCT marina Trogir and Marina Baotić in Seget Donji, just near Trogir. Trogir is a town on the central Adriatic coast of Croatia. Its preserved old town, known for its mix of Renaissance, baroque and Romanesque buildings, lies on a small island connected to the mainland and the island of Čiovo by bridges. The 13th-century Cathedral of St. Lawrence houses the Renaissance Chapel of St. John and offers sweeping views from its bell tower. Parts of the medieval city walls remain intact. With large fleet of catamarans in Trogir charter area you can visit several islands in the 7 or 14 days charter. All marinas are equipped with a supermarket so you don’t need to worry about groceries, food and beverages.

Area: 35 km²
Population: 13,260 (2011)
Postal code: 21220

Trogir marina Catamaran charter Croatia
Itinerary Trogir - Kornati – Krka

Itinerary Trogir – Kornati – Krka

Trogir – Kornati – Krka

Route duration : 7 days

day 1 : Trogir – Veli Drvenik, Krknjaši bay
day 2 : Krknjaši bay – Primošten
day 3 : Primošten – Piškera, NP Kornati
day 4 : Piškera – Zlarin
day 5 : Zlarin – Skradin, NP Krka
day 6 : Skradin – Rogoznica
day 7 : Rogoznica – Trogir

Itinerary Trogir - Hvar - Vis

Itinerary Trogir – Hvar – Vis

Trogir – Hvar – Vis

Route duration : 7 days

day 1 : Trogir – Maslinica (Solta)
day 2 : Maslinica – Komiža
day 3 : Komiža – Biševo – island Budihovac – Vis
day 4 : Vis – Hvar
day 5 : Hvar – Stari Grad
day 6 : Stari Grad – Milna
day 7 : Milna – Trogir

Itinerary 14-day Trogir - Dubrovnik - Trogir

Itinerary 14-day Trogir – Dubrovnik – Trogir

14-day Trogir – Dubrovnik – Trogir

Route duration : 14 days

day 1 : Trogir – Maslinica (Šolta)
day 2 : Maslinica – Milna, Brač
day 3 : Milna – Palmižana, Hvar
day 4 : Palmižana – Komiža
day 5 : Komiža – Biševo – Ravnik – Vela Luka (Korcula)
day 6 : Vela Luka – Lastovo (Zaklopatica)
day 7 : Lastovo – Mljet (Polače)
day 8 : Polače, NP Mljet – Dubrovnik
day 9 : Dubrovnik – Mljet (Okuklje)
day 10 : Okuklje – Korčula, city
day 11 : Korčula – Jelsa
day 12 : Jelsa – Lučice bay (Brač)
day 13 : Lučice bay (Brač) – Krknjaši bay
day 14 : Krknjaši bay – Trogir

Itinerary from Kastela marina

Marina Kastela is located 10 minutes form Split airport and 15 minutes from Split center. Kaštela is an agglomeration of seven small settlements in Croatia, located northwest of the city of Split, west of Solin and east of Trogir, on the central Dalmatian coast. Its one of the largest marinas in Croatia and its fully equipped. With large fleet of catamarans in Kaštela charter area you can visit several islands in the 7 or 14 days charter. All marinas are equipped with a supermarket so you don’t need to worry about groceries, food and beverages.

Area: 57.67 km²
Elevation: 3 m
Population: 38,667 (2011)
Area code: 021

Kastela marina Catamaran charter Croatia
Itinerary Kaštela - Šolta - Vis - Hvar

Itinerary Kaštela – Šolta – Vis – Hvar

Kastela – Solta – Vis – Hvar

Route duration : 7 days

day 1 : Kastela – Maslinica bay
day 2 : Maslinica bay – Komiza
day 3 : Komiza – Bisevo (5 NM) – Vis or Stoncica
day 4 : Vis (Stoncica) – Hvar (Palmizana)
day 5 : Hvar (Palmizana) – Stari Grad
day 6 : Stari Grad – Milna
day 7 : Milna – Kastela

Itinerary Kaštela - Kornati - Krka

Itinerary Kaštela – Kornati – Krka

Kastela – Kornati – Krka

Route duration : 7 days

day 1 : Kaštela – Veli Drvenik, Krknjaši bay
day 2 : Krknjaši bay – Primošten
day 3 : Primošten – Piškera, NP Kornati
day 4 : Piškera – Zlarin
day 5 : Zlarin – Skradin, NP Krka
day 6 : Skradin – Rogoznica
day 7 : Rogoznica – Kaštela

Itinerary 14-day Kastela - Dubrovnik - Kastela

Itinerary 14-day Kastela – Dubrovnik – Kastela

14-day Kastela – Dubrovnik – Kastela

Route duration : 14 days

day 1 : Kaštela – Maslinica (Šolta)
day 2 : Maslinica – Milna, Brač
day 3 : Milna – Palmižana, Hvar
day 4 : Palmižana – Komiža
day 5 : Komiža – Biševo – Ravnik – Vela Luka (Korcula)
day 6 : Vela Luka – Lastovo (Zaklopatica)
day 7 : Lastovo – Mljet (Polače)
day 8 : Polače, NP Mljet – Dubrovnik
day 9 : Dubrovnik – Mljet (Okuklje)
day 10 : Okuklje – Korčula, city
day 11 : Korčula – Jelsa
day 12 : Jelsa – Lučice bay (Brač)
day 13 : Lučice bay (Brač) – Krknjaši bay
day 14 : Krknjaši bay – Kaštela