Charter a Yacht from Sibenik - Sailing in Croatia


Sibenik yacht rental with YachtHoliday is the perfect way to experience the true beauty of Croatian sailing.  

Šibenik, a small town in central Dalmatia is located on the Croatian coast roughly halfway between Split and Zadar. It is an important historic city in Croatia, founded by Croats unlike many other cities on the Croatian coast founded by Greeks or Romans. It was even the seat of a Croatian king Petar Kresimir IV, which is why it’s also called Kresimir’s city. The city had a rough history, not unlike most of the area, and was taken over by Venice, Byzantium, and the kingdom of Hungary. However trough all the struggle the city remained standing, and is today the oldest native Croatian town in the Adriatic.

There are several cultural landmarks to explore in the city, perhaps the most famous being St. James cathedral an architectural wonder built in the 15/16th century. St Nicholas fortress is another awe inspiring landmark found on the Ljuljevacat Island.



We can almost say Sibenik has a yacht rental tradition, being so close to Kornati archipelago. Kornati, a group of 150 islands scattered along the small surface, are the real reason why so many sailors choose to sail from Sibenik. Kornati offer an amazing experience of sailing as they are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean and a Croatian national park.

Sailing the Šibenik area is a real adventure, full of beautiful scenery, amazing food, wine, and unforgettable experiences. You will sunbathe on the sandy Saharun beach, gaze upon the wonders of Telašćica, and enjoy the ambiance of many beautiful bays in the area.

If you decide to sail from Sibenik, get ready for an adventure of a lifetime, and a holiday to remember. YachtHoliday offers a great number of yachts for rental in Sibenik. Rent sailboats, catamarans, gulets, and motoryachts from Sibenik.



Once you find your perfect boat for sailing in Croatia, its time to set sails and explore the islands and bays of Šibenik region. One of the best bays to visit is Lojena bay, so blue it looks like a paradise on earth. This bay is located on the island Levrnaka and it is known for its crystal clear turquoise sea waters and sandy bottom. It is a perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling, and relaxing in the sun on the beach. This bay is easily accessible by charter boat and you can anchor in the bay while enjoying  stunning scenery.

Another great bay to visit is Vela Nozdra bay located on the island Kaprije. This bay is famous for its natural beauty with its rocky coast, beautiful vegetation and excellent fishing opportunities so you can catch various types of fish here including sea bream and sea bass. Vela Nozdra bay is also great spot for snorkeling thanks to clear waters and rich marine life.

If you are looking for a more secluded and peaceful bay you should set sails to Lopatica bay on island Kornat. This bay is surrounded by very specific vegetation, non typical for Croatia and has small, family owned restaurant at the end of the bay but it's accessible only by boat. Lopatica is  popular spot for swimming and snorkeling and bay is part of Kornati National park which is known for its unspoiled natural beauty.

Finally, one of the most beautiful bays in Šibenik area is Podkucina bay on the island Kakan. This bay is famous for its unique shape, with its narrow entrance through two small islands. The bay is only accessible by boat and it's a popular spot among many sailors in this region.

If you are planning a sailing adventure in Šibenik you have many options for renting a catamaran or sailboat. Please contact our booking team for free qoute and we will find best boat for you. Once you have your boat, you can explore many beautiful bays and beaches in the area, including the bays we mentioned above. With its stunning natural beauty, blue waters and rich marine life, Šibenik archipelago is perfect destination for all tourists and nature lovers.

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Dufour 310 GL Mio

Port: Marina Kremik, Primosten

Lenght 10 m
Cabins 2
Persons 4 + 2
Year 2018


*Typical charter week lasts 7 days, starting and ending on saturday.