Combine the best of Croatia – explore both Split & Dubrovnik sailing region. Spend your time sailing the Adriatic Coast, making stops along your tour to explore the islands and towns of Split and Dubrovnik sailing region. One way sailing package offers a complete experience of Croatia. One way charter is a beautiful way to see more of Croatia in a shorter period of time.
What is the difference when you choose One Way Sailing Croatia?
One way charter usually costs more due to the reason that the boat usually has to be taken back to the port which it came from. The standard one-way fee is usually from € 460,00 – € 1.100,00 (depending on exact starting and arrival port and the particular boat). It includes the costs of the skipper who needs to bring the particular boat back to the base and the fuel needed to make that trip.
Also it is important to mention that the majority of boats, especially catamarans, which are available for one-way charter from Split to Dubrovnik, would be available under following terms: The boat needs to arrive in arrival port by Friday at about 10:00 AM ( Local time ) and it should be disembarked by that time, so the skipper has enough time to return it to its original starting port.
You can choose between One Way Sailing in Croatia from Split to Dubrovnik. or from Split to Zadar.
Day 1. Start in Split, Croatia (or surrounding area) and sail to Milna on island Brac.
Milna is one of those typical Mediterranean fishing villages they don't make anymore. In the past Milna cove was used as a safe shipping harbor for a famous Brac stone when Diocletian’s Palace was being built in Split.
Day 2. Sail to Hvar Town, island Hvar, Croatia
A town as from a fairy- tale because its architecture, wonderful nature and its mild climate. Everybody can find in Hvar all what gives peace to the soul and relaxation to the body. Visit Hvar’s fort Fortica and experience an unforgettable panoramic view of the city of Hvar, its surroundings and the Pakleni islands.
Day 3. Sail to island Lastovo, Croatia
National park with its 46 small islands, 46 churches and chapels, 46 vineyards and surrounding sandbanks, is a genuine heaven for lovers of nature, sailing, good food and wine, fishers who angle for tuna and other trophy fish.
Day 4. Sail to island Korcula, Croatia
Korcula Old Town is the main attraction of Korcula – a medieval walled city positioned on a oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac Channel. The Old Town itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone.
Day 5. Sailing to Island Mljet, Croatia
Mljet National Park is a large area that borders two salt water lakes (Large and Small Lake). Right in the middle of the Large Lake there is a small island / islet Melita (St. Marija) with large building of a Benedictine monastery, erected there in he 12th century.
Day 6. Sail to Elaphiti islands, Croatia
On the western side of Dubrovnik, in its immediate surroundings there is the finest Dubrovnik archipelago called Elaphite (in Greek meaning the Deer Islands), closely bound to Dubrovnik and its entire past. The islands are covered with characteristic Mediterranean evergreen vegetation.
Day 7. Sail to Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Walls of Dubrovnik are a series of defensive stone walls surrounding the city of Dubrovnik in southern Croatia. With numerous additions and modifications throughout their history, they have been considered to be amongst the great fortification systems of the Middle Ages.
Hop from island to island, sail and see the best from Split to Dubrovnik!