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Dubrovnik Yacht Charter

Overview

Sunsail’s base in the southern Adriatic is located in Dubrovnik, a historic medieval city that in recent years has become a by-word for effortless cool and laid-back chic. 

A Dubrovnik bareboat yacht charter is the ideal way to explore the Dalmatian coast, perhaps taking in the beautiful island of Lokrum or the Elafiti Islands with their numerous shallow lunch stops, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling and good, simple food.   

Heading North, a Dubrovnik bareboat sailing vacation allows you to explore the historic towns and sleepy fishing villages of Sipan, the national park of Mljet and Korcula, a hub of cultural activity, with great shops, bars and restaurants.

  • Stunning Dubrovnik old town – world heritage site
  • Korcula
  • Vibrant cultural towns
  • Beautiful islands
  • Secluded white sand bays
 

 

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Sailing in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is ideal for scenic coastal cruising. The beautiful climate, easy line-of-sight navigation and warm hospitality of the Croatian people have long made Dubrovnik a popular destination for those in search of a relaxed bareboat sailing vacation.

In summer, the winds are generally consistent and from a north-westerly direction, ranging from 10 – 20 knots (11 – 26 mph). The tidal range is minimal and summer temperatures average 77 - 82 F (25 – 28 C).

Please note that the Croatian authorities require an ICC, ASA or RYA Day Skipper certificate as a minimum to charter a boat here.

What's included ?

To make sure that you get the most out of your Dubrovnik Yacht Charter, we have equipped all of our yachts with the highest specification gear to help provide comfort, performance and fun onboard; so all that’s left for you to do is relax and enjoy your sailing vacation with family and friends.

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Dubrovnik Highlights

A Dubrovnik bareboat yacht charter is an excellent way to explore the history and stunning coastline of Croatia, dropping anchor at beautiful, deserted beaches or lively towns, as the mood takes you.


  • Dubrovnik

    Before you set sail on your Dubrovnik boat charter to experience the seductive pleasures of Croatia’s beautiful Adriatic coast, make time to explore the beguiling medieval city of Dubrovnik with its attractive architecture and fascinating history, not to mention the more contemporary appeal of its numerous cafes and great shopping.

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  • Okuklje Mljet

    The island of Mljet is said to be the most beautiful in the Adriatic and, as you cruise the coastline in your Dubrovnik yacht charter, it’s easy to see why. With lush green slopes leading down to a rocky coastline fringed with crystal clear emerald green waters, Mljet has long been a favorite with visiting charterers who return year after year to enjoy the scenery and to socialize with other sailors in the lively bars and restaurants of Okuklje.

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  • Ston

    An interesting stopover on Dubrovnik yacht charter is the fortified town of Ston and its neighbor, Mali Ston. You can explore the defensive walls that date from medieval times when Ston formed part of the defences of Dubrovnik. Be sure to make time to try some of the oysters for which Mali Ston is justly famous.

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  • Zaton

    The unspoiled inlet at Zaton makes for a tranquil stop-over on your Dubrovnik yacht charter and will be a welcome antidote to bustling Dubrovnik. Keen gardeners will want to visit the stunning Renaissance gardens at Trsteno, while the less green-fingered will happy to chill out, swim and enjoy the peace and quiet.

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