Split Yacht Charter, Marina Agana
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The Dalmatian Coast at your feet

Situated in a picturesque Marina village smack in the middle of the Croatian coastline, Marina Agana is the perfect base to explore over 1,000 islands scattered like pearls along the Dalmatian Coast. 

The bright, terracotta roofs and rough-hewn stone walls of Marina are endlessly captivating, and the waterside restaurants will further tempt you to extend your stay. However, with the gleaming Adriatic lying in wait, you’ll want to set sail as soon as possible. Ideal for cruising, the coastal waters of the Adriatic are forgiving enough to give beginners the first taste of sailing, yet sufficiently varied to see seasoned sailors return time and again.

The lively, culture-rich islands of Brač, Šolta, and Hvar to the south and east are just the start, with an endless array of peaceful, picturesque islands, beaches and moorings to explore. To the north and west, the remote, untouched islands of the Kornati Archipelago - an unspoiled national park renowned for its stunning scenery - lie in wait.

Suggested bareboat itineraries

Choose a Croatian bareboat charter vacation for the ultimate freedom to explore the Dalmatian Coast at your leisure. Go wherever the mood takes you—north to the spectacular waterfalls of Krka National Park and the region’s sleepy fishing villages or South to the popular, bustling islands of Dalmatia. A bareboat charter vacation is just you and the open ocean—perfect for more experienced sailors with an adventurous spirit.

Split Sailing Itinerary: Agana

  • Rewarding line-of-sight sailing
  • Dalmatian Island exploration
  • Visit jet-set Hvar town surroundings
  • Discover 'Little Venice'
  • Traditional Komiža Town
  • Croatian wines and seafood
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Agana two-week bareboat

  • Taste wine sorts in local wineries
  • Discover Mediterranean cuisine- Dalmatian style
  • Mesmerizing Mljet National Park and Lastovo island nature park
  • See the birthplace of Marco Polo - Korčula town
  • Walk along Stradun- Dubrovnik's main streen
  • Join the jet- setters in Hvar town
  • Try oysters in Ston, next to European Wall of China
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Flotilla itineraries

The most sociable way to explore the Croatian coastline, flotilla vacations give you the chance to experience a Croatian sailing getaway in the company of other Mediterranean travellers eager to make new friends and share new experiences in spectacular cities like Split. Sail with an experienced lead crew armed with local knowledge and recommendations you won’t find anywhere else. On a flotilla vacation you’ll improve your sailing skills along the way, before enjoying all the leisure opportunities Croatia has to offer alongside your new friends.

Special flotillas

Keep an eye out for our special flotillas, which we change every year. This year we’re looking forward to our couples and adults flotilla and our Food and wine flotilla. If you're a complete beginner or want to get qualified, our Flotilla Starter and Flotilla Hero packages get you up to speed to make the most of your flotilla vacation.

Wine and sail

Agana food and wine flotilla

  • Vineyard tours
  • Fresh seafood
  • Excellent local wines
  • Wine cellar inside a bunker
  • Charming fishing villages
  • Traditional Croatian peka
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Hvar one-week flotilla

  • Explore Hvar Island
  • Short island hopping
  • Amazing beach Golden horn on Brač island
  • Croatian food and wine
  • UNESCO site of Stari Grad
  • Snorkel Nečujam ship wreck
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Krka National Park Waterfalls

Krka one-week flotilla

  • Krka National Park
  • Šibenik- UNESCO town with 4 fortresses and Michelin-star restaurant
  • Peaceful fishing villages
  • Easy, line-of-sight sailing
  • Delightful Croatian cuisine
  • Explore tiny islets and bays
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Komiža (Vis), Croatia

Vis Two-Week Flotilla Sailing

  • Delicious local wines
  • Traditional Komiža Town
  • Succulent Croatian peka
  • Numerous UNESCO-protected heritage
  • Beautiful Krka National Park
  • Discover coastal and island Dalmatia
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Pucisca sky view

Brač One Week Flotilla

  • Famous stonemasonary school
  • Snorkeling along mesmerizing coastline
  • Explore a monestary carved into living rock
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Sailing School

Sailing schools

Learn to sail at one of our bases. From the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, Thailand to Australia, or even a bit closer to home at our Port Solent base, our RYA qualified instructors teach you all the skills you’ll need on your sailing holiday.

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Experience required

Sailing experience level
At least 5 days or 100 miles as skipper on an equivalent size yacht

Level 1 destinations offer the easiest, most forgiving sailing, ideal for novices and less experienced sailors. Lazy line mooring, line-of-sight navigation and calm conditions mean you won’t sail outside your comfort zone.

Qualifications required

International Certificate of Competence
Day Skipper

To sail in this destination you'll need at least an ICC or an RYA Day Skipper qualification or above. Original license/certificate must be presented upon check at the base.

VHF licence required

Skipper requirement
Competency required for bareboat charters with yachts up to 30 GT (gross tonnage)

An instructional skipper is now available for sailing holidays in Agana. This is perfect is you are either newly qualified or need a refresh. You will not gain a qualification and there will be no formal syllabus followed. Instructional skippers are subject to availability and are therefore on request.

A list of officially accepted licences is available at the Croatian Ministry of Maritime Affairs. Please check the list of officially accepted licences before contacting the base with any queries as the list is updated every few months. This list is organised by country and details the accepted competence levels for experience, boat size and distance-from-shore-sailing for the various certificates accepted. 

What is accepted:

  • The bases in Croatia are not entitled to approve licenses. Accepted licenses are listed under this link provided by the Croatian Ministry of Sea.

  • The list is sorted by the Countries, and it is easy to find them.

  • If the license is not listed that means IT IS NOT ACCEPTED

  • Customers need to bring their original accepted licenses in order to take over the boat

Skippered Holiday

Try a skippered holiday

  • Relax and let your skipper take charge
  • Be as hands on or laid back as you like
  • Learn from an expert skipper
  • Gain local knowledge and recommendations
  • Peace of mind and safety on the water
  • Discretion and privacy when you need it
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Sunsail Adriatic
Marina Agana
Dr. Franje Tuđmana 5
21 222 Marina, Croatia

Base opening hours

The base is open Sunday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Friday and Saturday from 8.30 am to 19.00 pm in high season.

Agana eGuide

Nearest airport
Split Airport

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