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Samboat is rated 4.87/5 •Based on 93875 reviews
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Peter

Very good service, boat in superb conditions. Everything was working as described, good consumption of gas. Owner was helpful and friendly. We have received also tips for trips for nearby islands. I would recommend the charter with 5 stars. Unfortunately we had only 1 day…

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Mike

We chartered a Lagoon 40 'Sail Away' in Croatia. Yacht was clean and ready waiting - smooth check in and handover process with friendly staff. During the week a couple of minor issues easily dealt with via call back to base. Overall fantastic boat and we had some great sailing days as well as motoring. Would have no hesitation recommending and we hope to come again soon!

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Charter a catamaran in Croatia with or without skipper

with SamBoat. In Croatia, discovering the coast with a catamaran charter is the best option. As one top global destinations, you'll have access to a wide inventory to hire a catamaran. Rent a catamaran for a full week or a few days in comfort with flexible cancellation.

 

 

Charter a catamaran in Croatia

 

Undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations for catamaran rentals, Croatia consistently tops the list in the nautical world. Once you board your catamaran, you’ll immediately notice the amazing coasts with the perfect climate. Croatia has the coast to have several options of where you want to sail. We’re sure a catamaran charter in Croatia will top your list of the best sailing holidays you will have. 


 

 How much does it cost to rent a catamaran in Croatia?


 

When it comes to renting a catamaran in Croatia, the pricing will vary depending on the season. The season in Croatia runs from May and in some cases into late October. The peak of the season is typically in July and August in which you can expect to pay the highest rates. In Croatia, you’ll be able to hire a catamaran for a few days or for a traditional week charter. If you’re looking for a day rental, you can expect to pay on average €500 a day and around €4000 a week. 


 

Do you need a license to rent a catamaran in Croatia?

 

When renting a boat in Croatia, you will need to present a sailing license along with a VHF certificate. The port authorities will require this before you set off on your charter so it is important to plan in advance. In addition to these requirements, you will also need to present a nautical CV that details your previous experience handling a catamaran. 

 

If you don’t feel confident or you do not possess the qualifications necessary to rent a bareboat catamaran or charter a sailboat in Croatia, then you can rent a catamaran with a skipper and ensure you have a stress free vacation. 

 

 

 

 Catamaran rental in Croatia 


 

Known as the pearl of the Adriatic, you’ll discover one of the most beautiful coasts and plenty of marvelous landscapes. Onboard your catamaran, you will have access to more than 6,000km of coastline and thousands of islands to plan your dream itinerary. As mentioned, Croatia has several incredible port departures including Split, Dubrovnik, Hvar or Krk. 

 

Exploring the Adriatic Sea on a catamaran will open you up to endless itineraries with Croatia being a perfect departure point for several interesting routes. You’ll be able to explore the area both on land and off with incredible national parks. Whether you’re planning on hiring a catamaran for a day or a week, be ready for some of the most scenic views along with crystal clear waters. 

 

About Croatia

 

Croatia is a small country on the Balkan Peninsula. It has more than 1000 islands and islets that make up the country's great geographical diversity. Croatia has three regions, Dalmatia, Istria and Croatia-Slavonia. The history of this country is interesting, its regions were ruled by different foreign powers but never lost their western culture. Croatia was part of Yugoslavia for a long time in the 20th century, until 2013 when it joined the European Union.

 

There are two main climatic zones in Croatia. The plains and mountains have a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. The average temperatures range from 20°C to -20°C. On the Croatian coast, the climate is the Mediterranean, summers are hot, dry and sunny while winters are cool and rainy. The average temperature in this area is between 28º C to 5º C. Croatia's climate attracts different tourists, those who like to enjoy a good climate on the beach or sailing and those who prefer a cold climate to enjoy mountain activities.

 

Croatia is a country visited by thousands of tourists every year, making it relatively easy to reach. By land, it can be reached by train, its rail links offer connections to many European countries. Roads are adapted to be used by cars or buses and they are safe. Croatia has 9 international airports that receive flights from major European cities throughout the year. Ports on the Croatian coast are open for ferries from Italy and for private boats.

 

The Croatian territory is 56594 km2 and has more than 30000 km2 of coastline for water sports and sailing. The country occupies the largest area of the Adriatic Sea coast with more than a thousand islands and islets. The main sailing destinations in Croatia are:

 

  • Dalmatian: this area has more than 200 islets and reefs with crystal clear water. It has many unspoilt landscapes that can be observed from boats. Island hopping can be done in this area.

 

  • Dubrovnik: was one of the most important trading areas during the 19th century. It had a large fleet of merchant ships that brought prosperity to the country and neighbouring countries. Today its harbours and marinas welcome boats of all kinds.

 

  • Istria: This peninsula of crystal clear waters has a coastline with clean and beautiful beaches and harbours. It is a very diverse area with medieval villages and incredible architecture.

A 5-star service appreciated by users
Samboat is rated 4.87/5 •Based on 93875 reviews
Pe
Peter

Very good service, boat in superb conditions. Everything was working as described, good consumption of gas. Owner was helpful and friendly. We have received also tips for trips for nearby islands. I would recommend the charter with 5 stars. Unfortunately we had only 1 day…

Mi
Mike

We chartered a Lagoon 40 'Sail Away' in Croatia. Yacht was clean and ready waiting - smooth check in and handover process with friendly staff. During the week a couple of minor issues easily dealt with via call back to base. Overall fantastic boat and we had some great sailing days as well as motoring. Would have no hesitation recommending and we hope to come again soon!