Trogir Yacht Charter
There’s no better way to explore Trogir’s castles, churches, palaces, towers and the rich history of Croatia’s Adriatic coast than aboard a yacht.What’s on this page
Trogir sailing charter
The base for your Trogir yacht charter is at Marina Baotić, just a short walk from the center of Trogir town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. From here, you can sail to quaint old towns and protected parks, while experiencing some of the best cruising on the Adriatic.
The peak summer months for a Trogir yacht charter are July and August, when the days are hot and sunny and the water temperature ideal for swimming. Or explore the coast during May and September, when the temperatures are cooler and the crowds fewer.
With a boat rental in Trogir you can sail into the heart of the Dalmatian Islands, just to the south of the port of Split on the mainland. When sailing from our base in Trogir you can also visit beautiful remote islands, where yours may be the only boat in the anchorage.
To sail Trogir, you’ll need a sailing license recognized by the local port authorities. Read our guide to sailing qualifications for more information. If you don’t have a license, you can hire a skipper.
Available charter types
Things to do in Trogir
Discover this historic town’s stone buildings, including Garibaldi Palace, as well as its many shops and restaurants. There are so many things to do in Vis, you’ll soon see why it’s one of the jewels of the Dalmatian Islands.
As it’s one of the larger Dalmatian islands, there are lots of things to do in Brac. It has 11 towns and villages and is home to the resorts of Supetar and Bol, both famous for their fabulous beaches.
Explore the Pakleni Islands
The islands in this small subgroup of the central Dalmatians are known for their magnificent beaches and old world charm.
The picturesque village of Komiza
Komiza is known for its pleasant shops, restaurants, and popular nightclub, just a short distance from the village center on Kamenica Beach.
Walk Trogir’s Old City
If you’re on a Trogir sailing charter, make sure to take time to walk through the walled city and visit its numerous gothic cathedrals.
When is the best time to go to Trogir?
The best time to visit Trogir is between May and October, when the climate is sunny, hot and dry. The hottest and most crowded months to visit are July and August.
The average temperature in Trogir in summer is between 78ºF and 95ºF. The sea temperature in Trogir in summer is between 75°F and 82°F.
What are the sailing conditions in Trogir?
The sailing conditions for yacht charters in Trogir are perfect for sailors who actually want to sail in good winds, instead of always motoring through any calms.
Trogir’s prevailing wind in the summer includes the north westerly mistral, which blows between 10 and 25 knots on a regular basis.
The north easterly bura (bora) features gusts that can range between 30 and 50 knots. If the Bura is forecast during your Trogir yacht charter, find a sheltered anchorage.
The southerly jugo can also bring challenging weather conditions, including rain and wind up to 25 knots.
Sailing Trogir with Dream Yacht Charter
Trogir yacht charters
Take the helm and sail Croatia. Whether you want to sail a catamaran or a monohull, we have a Trogir yacht charter for you.
Trogir skippered charters
No sailing experience is needed for our Trogir skippered charters. Choose where you want to sail and we’ll find a skipper for your yacht, so you and your guests can relax
Trogir Easy Crewed charters
Sail aboard a private yacht with your friends and family with our easy to book and affordable Easy Crewed packages – skipper and water toys included! Choose your own itinerary, with the flexibility to add on a hostess/cook for meals if you’d like.
Trogir sailing itinerary
Take a look at our Trogir sailing vacation suggestions
Explore the medieval walled city at Trogir which features architecture from the 13th century and don’t miss the 3rd century bas-relief of Kairos within the Benedictine Monastery of St Nicholas. Head to the port village of Maslinica on the Island Šolta, which overlooks an archipelago of seven islets.
Sail to the old fishing port of Komiža on the Island Vis. Discover the pebble beaches, relax and perhaps visit the blue caves on Bisevo Island. Get to know the local delicacies in the evening and eat at local restaurants.
Walk around Vis town and its 16th century villas. The island has a lush landscape that is brimming with vineyards. If you want to explore underwater, Vis is a popular scuba diving spot with plentiful marine life.
Make for Hvar, an island full of beautiful lavender and herbs, as well as a reputation for being rather upmarket. Walk around Hvar Town’s harbor, the piazza, the huge fortress that dominates the skyline and St Stephen’s Cathedral to get a great view from the bell tower.
Sail around to the north of Hvar to Vrboska, a 15th century village near UNESCO-protected Stari Grad Plain. Marvel at the patchwork of paths and walls that cross the agricultural flats.
Set sail for the island of Brac and Milna on its west coast. You’ll find a wonderful harbor, known as the bay of a thousand ships, where you can enjoy fantastic local food and wine.
Head back to Trogir to disembark.
Useful information for yacht charters in Trogir
How do I get to Trogir from the US?
You can get to Trogir from the US by flying to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) or Split Airport (SPU) via many different European countries, such as the UK, Germany and Italy.
Split airport is around a 20-minute taxi ride away from our base at Marina Baotić. We can easily arrange airport transfers on request.
What language is spoken in Trogir?
The language spoken in Trogir is Croatian, although many people in Croatia speak English as well.
What is the currency for Trogir?
The currency in Trogir is the Euro.
What are the customs restrictions for Trogir?
If you’re sailing around Trogir you do not need to worry about customs clearance. However, if you want to sail to nearby Montenegro, please talk to us before booking.
What documents do I need for a Trogir sailing charter?
For American, Australian, English and Canadian travelers wanting to sail in Trogir, a passport valid for three months beyond the date of departure will be required. No visa is needed for stays under 90 days. Australian, Canadian and US citizens must have a return ticket in their possession upon entering Croatia.
You’ll also need a sailing license recognized by the local port authorities, or you can hire a skipper. Read our guide to sailing qualifications for more information.
Talk to us to make sure you have the correct documents before you travel.
How do I get around Trogir?
The public transport system in Trogir is good, so you can easily get around by bus. Or you can rent a car as driving around Trogir is not too hard, thanks to good signposts. Hiring a taxi in Trogir can be expensive, so make sure you negotiate the fare before you start.
What is the Wi-Fi like in Trogir?
The Wi-Fi in Trogir is good and most cities and towns have Wi-Fi hotspots at bars, restaurants and hotels. Marina Baotić in Trogir has free Wi-Fi and you can also rent Wi-Fi for your charter.
What regulations are there in Trogir?
Night sailing is allowed with navigation lights, according to each customer’s sailing credentials. Fishing is also possible with a fishing license.
Where can I find weather forecasts in Trogir?
You can find weather forecasts ahead of your Trogir sailing charter from the State Hydrometeorological Institute. The weather is broadcast on VHF channels 4, 7, 28 and 85 at 6:20am, 1.20pm and 10.20pm every day.
What provisioning is there in Trogir?
There are choices for provisioning in Trogir. Please refer to the base guide.
What baggage can I take on my Trogir sailing vacation?
Please take only soft bags. Large suitcases take up too much room on board.
What is the electrical current in Trogir?
The electrical current in Trogir is 220V, so pack a type C and F adaptor.
What is the dialing code for Trogir?
The dialing code for Trogir is +385 20.
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Why should I book with Dream Yacht?
Dream Yacht Worldwide is now the world’s leading yacht charter company and offers you:
- A diverse fleet of yachts with a wide variety of models and manufacturers to suit every type of sailor.
- We have +60 exciting destinations and we’re a pioneer in finding new sailing grounds.
- You can be assured of our commitment to customer service excellence.
- You’ll receive a warm and friendly welcome from our base teams who will share regional tips, recommendations and advice.
- We’re also a trusted seller of new and used boats and an innovator in charter management options – sailing is our business.
What licenses do I need to hire a yacht and sail myself?
The skipper of a yacht has primary responsibility for the safety of the crew and yacht at all times. Many destinations require just relevant experience demonstrated by a sailing resume.
To charter in the Mediterranean, it is mandatory that you hold a sailing license recognized by the local port authorities for bareboat charters in Italy, Greece, Croatia, Spain, Malta, Montenegro and Turkey. Other destinations that require a license include Madagascar, Seychelles, Thailand, Brazil and Sweden. For Belize, the port authority will issue a certificate of competency and an application is made on arrival.
You must take your proof of competency and original certificate with you on your charter. We advise you to contact our team about your qualifications and destination requirements before booking.
By accepting the yacht contract you are confirming that you and/or members of your crew are capable and competent to sail the yacht in the conditions and cruising area of the charter. We reserve the right not to hand over the yacht if, after inspection, it is the opinion that the charterer is not, or may not be competent to be in charge of the vessel.
What is a skippered yacht charter?
A skippered yacht charter is when you rent one of our boats for you and your guests and a professional skipper sails it for you. No sailing experience is needed.
You will need to choose a yacht with a cabin for your skipper to sleep in as they are responsible for your yacht for the duration of your charter. We will find the skipper for you once you have found your perfect destination and yacht.
You will need to pay for your skipper’s food. You can invite the skipper to dine with you on board or out at a local restaurant.
What is the difference between crewed and by the cabin charters?
Our by the cabin charter charters offer exciting destination tours on a set itinerary crafted by our destination experts. You can book a double cabin and private bathroom and will share the boat with other guests who have booked the other available cabins. You will be looked after by a professional skipper and hostess with itineraries ranging from three to 11 nights. There is a set menu and included meals and drinks vary depending on location.
Can you tell me about your yachts?
Our super premier yachts are less than 12 months old from their first charter date, while premier yachts are less than three years old from their first charter date. Our yachts are well maintained and undergo regular, scheduled technical inspection.
In case of emergency, you can rely on our hotline, at any time, seven days a week. If you experience a technical failure affecting major and important parts of the yacht, we will repair the failure within four hours of receiving your call during working hours (8am to 5pm). If you lose more than four hours (during working hours), we will compensate you for one full day. If the repair takes more than one day, we will provide you with a similar boat or compensate you on a pro-rata basis. If restrictions to this guarantee apply in specific areas, this will be detailed during the charter check-in at the base.
Do I need insurance?
We highly recommend you arrange travel insurance in case you need to cancel for an unexpected reason to cover non-refundable deposits. Please make sure you have personal travel insurance that covers sailing.
We will insure the vessel throughout the charter with first-class insurers against all risks, to provide permission to charter as under contract terms and to cover third-party liability.
The following options are available in limited locations:
- Security Deposit: This varies on the size of the boat and when the boat is returned without damage it is refunded.
- Damage Waiver: The charterer agrees to pay a non-refundable damage waiver at the time of booking, as well as a reduced damage deposit on embarkation that is refundable upon completion of the charter should no damage occur.
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