With 5835 km of coastline, 1244 islands, numerous ports and over 16,000 moorings, untouched marine areas and 116 blue flag beaches, Croatia represents a real paradise for those who want to take a boat holiday or rent a boat.
The tourist vocation of the country can be seen from the constantly increasing numbers of tourists, 11 million people every year choose Croatia for their holidays!
And renting a boat in this country is very popular, well-regulated and quite simple.
Thanks to its typically Mediterranean weather, renting a boat for holidays in Croatia is possible almost all year round.
The Croatian coastal area runs from Istria to Dalmatia, passing through the region of the Gulf of Quarnaro.
ISTRIA extends into the Adriatic Sea, enclosed between Italy to the west, the Gulf of Quarnaro to the east and the Dalmatia to the south.
The coast of Istria, populated and developed for tourism, is rich in bays and coves, and hosts some of the main tourist destinations in Croatia, including Pula, Rovinj, Medulin, Porec, Umag, Novigrad and Rabac, all places that house numerous nautical charters companies and is an ideal destination for boat holidays.
GULF OF QUARNARO or QUARNERO is formed by the islands and coast of the Riviera di Opatija and also includes the urban area of Fiume, one of the most popular tourist areas in Croatia. The sea and the islands of Quarnero are popular for boat holiday lovers, because you can find small characteristic ports, but also larger and well-served ports.
The northern coasts of the islands of Rab and Pag, as well as the southern coast of the island of Krk are bare and poorly inhabited, beaten by the strong bora, while the opposite shores have pine forests and woods that reach the sea with well protected bays, coves and small islands with mooring buoys and small piers, moderate winds.
Rent a boat and you can visit beautiful historical cities and some of croatia's best organized maritime such as Punat.
DALMAZIA, is the coast that goes from Zara to Biograd Na Moru, with its 550 islands, islets and rocks gathered in archipelagos with crystal clear waters.
Northern Dalmatia, with its ports, bays, coves, beaches and numerous islets to sail between, includes Zara and Sibenik.
Central Dalmatia that includes the islands of Hvar and Brac, Vis and Solta, the city-museum of Trogir and the island of Ciovo, in this stretch of coast the islands become larger and the vegetation denser. The main attraction is Split.
South Dalmatia includes the narrowest and least populated coastal strip with the beautiful Peljesac Peninsula, Korkula islands, Lastovo, Mljet, the Elaphite islands, Ston and the beautiful Dubrovnik.
Croatia is perfect for yacht charter and an unforgettable boat holiday, charter offers are many for every type of boat, from sailboats to catamarans for a boat holiday of comfort, from dinghies for short excursions or motorboats the choice is immense and on Boatsandgo you can compare thousands of offers and find the right boat at the right price.