Sailing holidays in the Kornati
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.
Start your sailing holiday from Zadar or Biograd, two marinas on the mainland right opposite the beautiful Kornati archipelago. The Kornati Islands are now designated as a National Park and the many islands and islets offer idyllic anchorages with clear water for swimming. 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.
From one of the largest fleets of bareboat charter yachts in the Mediterranean, these charter yachts are based at Biograd and Zadar, as well as other marinas along the Croatia coast. Not all yacht models are available in every base in Croatia.
Yacht charters in Croatia start and finish on Saturdays.
We can also offer bareboat charter yachts from several other charter fleets we work closely with in Biograd and Zadar so we are sure to have the perfect charter yacht for your next sailing holiday in Croatia.
easyJet have flights from Gatwick,Bristol and Stansted to Split on Saturdays. Jet2 have flights from Manchester.Transfer time to Zadar 75 minutes, Biograd 60 minutes.
Ryanair have flights from Stansted to Zadar on Saturdays. Transfer time to Zadar 15 minutes, Biograd 30 minutes.