Dubrovnik Yacht Charter

Dubrovnik Yacht Charter

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Dubrovnik is an enchanting Croatia yacht charter base, whether bareboat charter, with a skipper or fully crewed yacht.

This incredible medieval city has everything you could want on a sailing holiday - great yachting, distinctive architecture, fascinating history and a lively vibe.

Dubrovnik has a charter boat for every group, and is blessed with a sailing area that is like a Croatia sailing highlight reel, mixing the best of Zadar and the tranquility of a Kornati island with the same sort of hubbub and buzz you find in Hvar.

Set out from ACI Marina Dubrovnik, along the Komolac and into the Adriatic Sea to explore the stunning national parks, glorious old towns and preserved tradition of the southern Dalmatian coast.

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Luxury yacht charter Dubrovnik

As the bastion of Croatian history and culture, Dubrovnik is the perfect place for a crewed yacht charter, leisurely cruising from Dalmatian island to hidden anchorage, stopping off for a dip in impossibly clear waters.

Take your pick of luxury Dubrovnik charter yachts, from motor yacht, sailing yacht, crewed catamaran or even superyacht options.

Essential info

  • Fly to: Dubrovnik Airport
  • Stunning national parks - Mljet National Park.
  • Fascinating history and culture
  • Korcula - the birthplace of Marco Polo!
  • Ston and Mali Ston - home to the famous salt flats and fabulous oyster farms
  • Idyllic bays, beautiful island anchorages and snorkelling spots

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Marinas in Dubrovnik

ACI Marina Dubrovnik, Komolac

Cute little marina in an imposing valley, with impressive mountains on either side. Well maintained and equipped. Supermarket 5 minutes away.

Take the bus or a taxi in to Dubrovnik Old Town, an enchanting walled city that dominates the landscape and has a deep and fascinating history.

The city overflows with Ottoman and Venetian influences, and it’s a superb base for trips into the Elaphiti Islands of Mljet, Korcula, and Lastovo, or north into central Dalmatia.

An impressive marina with plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as a massage parlour, hairdressers and laundry facilities means that it can suffice all of your needs. In addition to all of this, there is a tennis court, bowling ground, football playground, children's playground, golf range and swimming pool, providing plenty of entertainment for all ages.

Location: 23km from Dubrovnik Airport (30 minutes)

Marina Frapa Dubrovnik

A new marina located in Gruz harbour close to the Old Town, Marina Frapa is a very convenient location for the start and end of your charter.

Features include covered pontoons with coloured lights. Several good bars and restaurants nearby – Peppers, in particular, is highly recommended.

Location: 5 minuet trip to the Old Town

Facilities: Cafe, Bars, Restaurants, Swimming Pool, 24hour Video Surveillance, 220 berths with electricity and water, free WiFi throughout the marina.

Assistance: VHF Channel 17 is available when sailing in and out of the marina. Deckhands are available to assist berthing.

ACI Marina Slano

ACI Marina Slano is a new marina situated around a 40-minute drive up the Dalmatian Coast from Dubrovnik Old Town.

It has good facilities, with a restaurant and shop on the premises, great showers and a pool with a swim-up wet bar!

A good marina to while away time at the start or end of a sailing holiday

Suggested Southern Dalmatia itinerary

  • Day 1 Arrive Dubrovnik
  • Day 2 Dubrovnik - Sipan island
  • Day 3 Sipan island - Mljet (Polace)
  • Day 4 Polace - Korcula
  • Day 5 Korcula - Lastovo
  • Day 6 Lastovo - Ston
  • Day 7 Ston - Dubrovnik

Total = 160nm

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Must-sees in Dubrovnik

Talk a stroll around Dubrovnik Old Town, and walk the same streets as centuries of sailors from across Europe, Asia and the wider world. Did we mention that this is where much of the hit TV series Game of Thrones was filmed?

Visit the church of St Blaise, one of the absolute highlights of any trip to the Old Town.

It’s also worth taking a boat across to the small island of Lokrum, just 600m outside the mouth of the Old Town Harbour. Lokrum is a haven of cypress, pine and olive groves, which also houses an imposing fort, some impressive botanical gardens, and the ruins of an amazing Benedictine monastery

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