Trogir Yacht Charter (7 days in Croatia)


Trogir Yacht Charter

This is a sample 7-day itinerary for a Croatian yacht charter exploring the Dalmatia Islands. The beauty of a private charter is that it is completely flexible and can be tailored to your preferences. As such, please consider this just one example of what can be done when sailing the Dalmatia Islands.

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7 Days Dalmatia Islands

  • Day 1 Arrive Trogir
  • Day 2 Trogir to Vis - 27nm
  • Day 3 Vis to Lastovo - 33nm
  • Day 4 Lastovo to Korcula - 22nm
  • Day 5 Korcula to Hvar - 34nm
  • Day 6 Hvar to Bol - 17nm
  • Day 7 Bol to Trogir - 27nm
  • Total = 160nm

Passengers Log Book

Day 1

Arriving Trogir

A short taxi ride from Split airport brings you into the beautiful ancient town of Trogir - a popular tourist destination known for its spectacular architecture and fascinating cathedral. Because the construction of St Lawrence’s spanned several centuries, it illustrates the various styles (Romanesque and Gothic) that succeeded one another in Dalmatia.

Small market stands populate the main strip, ideal for collecting souvenirs and an abundance of cafes and restaurants can be found both on the town quay and hidden in the maze of interlocking back streets. This is an ideal place to soak up the atmosphere and settle into your holiday.

Day 2


Be sure to set off early as the 30NM to Vis is a fairly long sail, which should take you around 5-7 hours depending on how fast you sail. The island of Solta is directly en route, and makes for an ideal spot for some lunch and a first dip in the warm Adriatic sea. There are plenty of well sheltered bays on the North and South sides of Solta.

Vis is a pretty little town on the Northern Coast of Vis island. The town quay can squeeze in around 30 yachts, but arrive before 5pm if you want to guarantee yourself a spot. There are also some laid moorings and plenty of places to anchor.

Vis has only been open to tourism within the last 15 years, as it was used as a military base for many years due to its strategic location on the West side of the Dalmatia islands. It’s a pretty town, offering everything from a quiet romantic meal to a lovely evening in one of the local bars.

Day 2


While in Vis:

  • Visit the market and try some of the local cheese and sausage, as well as stock up on some of the freshest fruit you will find in Croaita.
  • Visit the Bavul Art gallery on the far Eastern side of the bay
  • Experince great family run authentic Croatian restaurants

    Day 3


    Lastovo island is a national park and one of the prettiest islands on the Dalmatia coast, covered in verdant vegetation and host to a number of natural bays and harbours.

    A peaceful anchorage on the North West coast of the island (Pasadur) – is a stunning place to settle for the evening. There are a few residential houses located in the bay, but no shops or facilities other than a small hotel who will take you in for dinner if you ask nicely!

    Things to See & Do

    • Take a swim in the beautifully clear waters
    • Walk around the natural bay South towards Uble town, about 2km to the town, so only go all the way if feeling adventurous
    • •Gaze at the beautiful starry skies

    Day 4


      One of the most famous towns in the Adriatic, Korcula is the believed birth place of the legendary explorer Marco Polo – well, at least that’s what any Croatian will tell you! The glorious old town harbours marbled streets and Renaissance architecture within medieval walls. Wander to the beautiful church in the centre where there are many restaurants serving top quality local cuisines.There is also sizable marina with good facilities.

    Things to See & Do

    • A walk around the town to see the beautiful architecture
    • Take the Marco Polo tour – see where he used to live
    • Climb up to the top of the tower for a spectacular view across the bay

    Day 5


    Hvar is known as the St Tropez of the Eastern Mediterranean and it’s not hard to see why. Beautiful Venetian architecture, trendy bars, elegant restaurants and a people-watching harbour lend an undeniable atmosphere of glamour.

    It’s almost impossible to get a space on the town quay here, but worth a trying your luck early morning. There are some laid moorings on the North West side of the small bay, and places to tie your stern onto the shore – you can then use your dinghy to ferry yourself to dry land.

    Head to the interior to wander amidst fields of lavender and rosemary and explore abandoned hamlets.

    For a quieter night, stay in the Palmizana marina just across the water in the Palinski islands, where there are good facilities, and a regular water taxi into Hvar.

    Day 5


    Things to See & Do

    • Climb up the hill to the old Spanish fort, there is a museum inside, as well as it being the perfect place to watch the breath taking sunset over the Palinski islands.
    • Walk westwards from the town along the seafront to the pretty Hula Hula cocktail bar
    • Dine in one of the many fantastic restaurants and indulge in the captivating ambiance of the town.

    Day 6


    Bol, with its character, charm, impressive Venetian architecture and gorgeous sand spit, is a gem of the Dalmatia islands. Zlatni Rat Beach is just a short walk from the town and is popular for sun bathing and watersports. It also offers a place to anchor in the shallow water. There is a small quay, which is the best place to moor for the night if you want to be immersed in the heart of the town.

    Things to See & Do

    • Explore the wine museum – Stina
    • Have a go at some water sports from one of the many outlets at Zlatni Rat Beach
    • Dine in Vusio restaurant for some of the best food and wine in Croatia

    Day 7

    Bol to Trogir

    On the final day, be sure to stop off for lunch and a farewell swim in a bay on Solta Island, before making your way back to Trogir.

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