Sailing holidays from Dubrovnik
Croatia has ideal conditions for a sailing holiday with reliable afternoon winds. During the summer months there are steady afternoon breezes from the north-west averaging Force 2–5 dying down at night. Summer temperatures average 26-30ºC.
On a 1 week sailing holiday head north from Dubrovnik visiting harbours and anchorages on the islands of Mljet and Sipan on your way to Korcula, a medieval town well worth exploring. See our suggested sailing itinerary below.
The marinas in Croatia offer some of the best facilities in the Mediterranean and there are laid moorings on most quays and mooring buoys in many locations. There are however harbour and mooring charges - budget for an average £2/foot/night.
You can sail to Montenegro although 45 days prior notice should be given so the official paperwork can be completed and 2 crew members need to have valid skippers licence. You must check out of Croatia and check into Montenegro and vice versa on the return trip. There is a charge for a permit to sail in Montenegro.
For bareboat yacht charter from Dubrovnik, we offer yachts from 2 fleets with whom we have worked for many years, ULTRA Sailing and Euromarine. Both have yachts based in the ACI Marina at Dubrovnik.
Yacht charters in Croatia start and finish on Saturdays.
One way charters are also available to finish at Split, Kastela or Trogir at extra cost subject to availability.
We can also offer bareboat charter yachts from several other charter fleets we work closely with in Dubrovnik so we are sure to have the perfect charter yacht for your next sailing holiday in Croatia.
BA and easyJet have daily flights from Gatwick to Dubrovnik. Jet2 have flights from Newcastle on Saturdays. Monarch have Saturday flights to Dubrovnik from Gatwick, Manchester & Birmingham. Norwegian Air, the third largest low-cost airline in Europe,have introduced direct flights from Gatwick to Dubrovnik at great on-line prices. Transfer time to marina 40 minutes.