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Trogir is a very popular and beautiful holiday destination that offers plenty of stunning things to see for tourists. It’s a small treasury box on the Adriatic coast of Croatia that welcomes plenty of tourists each year. Going on a sailing holiday and departing from Trogir is ideal for many reasons. You can visit the beautiful old town of Trogir, wander around and enjoy the amazing beaches it has. In the area, most people will start their charter either from Split or Trogir depending on the type of boat they would like to rent. It’s geographic location makes it very easy to plan an itinerary along the Adriatic coast.
If you're chartering a yacht, start from Trogir to see the small quiet villages or islands. The islands showcase some of the most beautiful sights with their pristine nature. If you're looking for a lively destination, then head to Pakleni Islands and stop by Hvar.
Renting a boat in Trogir is very easy and you'll have a large selection of catamarans, sailboats, motorboats and RIBs to choose from all with or without skipper. It all depends on your desire and planned activities what kind of boat you choose. You will surely find the perfect boat for your dream holiday in Trogir!
You can find boats in various price ranges in Trogir. The cost of renting a boat in Trogir varies throughout the year. It means that expect to find the highest prices during the high season from June to August, and lower prices outside this time period. If you plan to charter a yacht in Trogir expect to pay from around 100€/day for sailboats and from 200€/day for catamarans.
When it comes to renting a motor boat, the range of available boats in the region is huge and the prices depend on the size and the type of boat. We recommend planning the number of people and the activities you wish to do during your holiday and rent accordingly. It is guaranteed that you will find the most suitable boat for your and your family or friends needs.
As Trogir is a popular holiday destination and offers beautiful sailing routes around the area, there are plenty of boats available to rent. Thanks to the excellent climate you can go sailing starting from April up until October as the weather is mild and sunny, so perfect for sailing. Keep in mind that the high season in the region is summer, so you will find the most tourists and the highest prices then.
If you charter a yacht in Trogir, you need to follow the same regulations as anywhere else in Croatia. If you rent a bareboat in Trogir, you will be asked to demonstrate a valid boating license, a VHF certificate and a nautical CV. These certificates are mandatory to have if you rent a boat and you can be asked to show it at the port or any other places.
For motorboats, you have to follow the same regulation, so to present a valid license. Don’t worry if you don't have these documents, because for most of the most you have the option to rent with a skipper. The skipper is skilled to control the boat and also local in the area, therefore can show you hidden places in and around Trogir. You can escape the crowded beaches and enjoy the secret bays in the area.
Trogir is a beautiful, unique and historical Croatian city located on the Adriatic coast. Situated near Split, Trogir is a destination in Croatia that must be included in any itinerary.Its uniqueness comes from the fact that the city is divided by two with the old town lying on an island that is connected by a bridge to the mainland. Even if you're renting a boat in Split and sailing to Trogir, it is mandatory to stop here. If you're planning to charter for a longer period of time, then you'll also have the opportunity to sail to Hvar. Not far from Hvar, you'll be able to visit the thriving city of Makarska. Over the past few years, boat rentals in Makarska have been on the rise due to the beautiful scenery.
Furthermore, the old town is famous for the combination of Romanesque, baroque and Renaissance buildings. The form of these different styles makes the city exceptionally stunning and unique, that it is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Even though it is a smaller town, it is full of charm and scenic views.
We highly recommend spending a lovely day walking around the town to see all the amazing sites that the city has to offer. We suggest to see the St. Lawrence Cathedral in Romanesque-Gothic style that serves as one of the most impressive monuments and the old Fortress Kamerlengo.
As Trogir doesn’t have an airport, the easiest way to reach the city is by flying to Split, which is the nearest airport. You can get to the city center by taxi, bus or arranged coaches. You can also reach Trogir by taking a ferry that has regular routes in the high season from Split or other nearby Croatian cities. Keep in mind to check the schedule and if it’s possible book in advance to avoid any unpleasant surprises during the high season when the city is crowded.