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Located in Kremik Marina, our base is the ideal starting point for a bareboat sailing holiday exploring the Central Dalmatian cruising area which includes the islands Hvar, Brac, Korcula and the Kornati National Park.
Gentle, crystal clear waters and excellent sailing and snorkelling conditions make this yacht charter an excellent choice for sailors looking for a mixture of all that’s best iabout Croatia.
This is a region of outstanding natural beauty, featuring waterfalls, mountains and forests. There is art, architecture and culture to enjoy and the islands are dotted with picturesque towns – some traditional, others home to giant open air nightclubs and chic waterfront eateries.

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Day 1: Arrive at Kremik

The picturesque bay where Kremik Marina is located is surrounded by 100 year old vineyards which produce the famous Babić wine. Kremik Marina is well protected as its set into the land. The Kornati National Park is only 30 nautical miles away

Day 2: Zirje Luka, Zirje – 15 miles, 3 hours

Zirje is the largest of the islands lying off the Adriatic coast near Sibenik, but it still measures only 11 km by 2.5 km (6 ½ miles by 1 ½ miles). The coastline of the island has a number of sheltered anchorages easily visited on your yacht charter.
Yachts can tie up on the quayside where there is a single restaurant catering to visiting charterers. Uval Stupica Vela is the island’s most popular anchorage as it is well sheltered and very scenic – an idyllic spot to while away a few quiet hours.
There are other anchorages at Uvala Tratinska and Uvala Mikavica, the latter a deserted inlet with a quay used by the odd tripper boat and visiting charterer during the summer months.

Day 3: Prvic Luka, Prvic – 10 miles, 2 hours

Sail through St Anthony’s Channel, a narrow, cliff-lined waterway which leads from the bay of Sibenik out into the open sea to the island of Prvic. At the far end of the channel lies the sixteenth century St Nicholas’ Fortress, a monumental triangular gun battery placed here by Venetian engineers to keep enemy shipping away from Sibenik’s port. The island of Prvic is surrounded by crystal clear waters.

Day 4: Skradin – 15 miles, 3 hours

Pick up a lazy line at the marina and take a water taxi up to the famous Krka Falls for an unforgettable day at this must-see highlight of Croatia.

Day 5: Primosten – 20 miles, 3 hours

Primosten is a pleasant holiday resort on a small island joined to the mainland by a causeway, lying 20 km south of Sibernik and was originally surrounded by walls to protect the inhabitants from the Turks. The walls are now gone and Primosten is the kind of place where you could rest up quite happily for a day or two, kicking back and doing nothing much at all.

Day 6: Vodice – 20 miles, 4-5 hours

A lively town with a great nightlife, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the many eateries.

Day 7: Free Sailing

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Sailing conditons

Sailing in Dalmatian islands

General information

Croatia’s climate is ideal for a bareboat sailing holiday from Kremik. With blue skies, consistent warm weather and perfect sailing conditions, Croatia has long been a popular family-friendly bareboat charter destination.
Throughout the cruising season, water temperatures average 22 C (71F). Winds are generally light and variable in the mornings, with afternoon breezes and calm nights. Early and late in the season, southerly and south-easterly winds are variable.
The tidal range is small, only one to two feet and an Agana yacht charter afford sample opportunity for gentle cruising in sheltered waters.
A yacht charter from Dalmatian Islands is ideal for family-friendly coastal cruising and easy island-hopping.
The climate is beautiful and the seas are calm. In summer, the winds are generally light and variable in the mornings, with afternoon breezes, generally in the range of 5 – 20 knots (5 – 23 Mph), which die down at night.
The tidal range is minimal and summer temperatures average 25 to 28 C (77 – 82F).
Please note that the Croatian authorities require an ICC or RYA Day Skipper certificate as a minimum.

Sailing requirements

ICC qualification, RYA Day Skipper or above is a legal requirement when sailing in Croatian waters.
Will the location suit me?
Level

Competent Sailor

Ideal for

Individuals, Couples, Families, Child friendly

Wind

Moderate

Tides

Non-tidal

Activities

Historical, Diving, Snorkeling

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