Croatia Yacht Charter Itineraries

Yacht Charter Itinerary Croatia

Luxury Yacht Charter Croatia

Price Guide

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Prices are based on up to ten guests on the luxury yacht charter, including 30% APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance) covering all food and drinks, as well as running costs of the yacht. Please find more information on the APA below.

APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): 7 000 EUR/week

Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is an advance payment required to be made to fund estimated boarding costs of the charter price used to cover the costs of yacht preparation, requested supplies, port, mooring and other legal charges and fees, diesel and fuel, communications, crew gratuities, extras and depends on guest particular request for services, itinerary, food, beverages etc.

In case APA is not entirely used at the end of the charter, the remaining part is returned to the person chartering a yacht. In case the spending exceeds the APA, guests will be asked to pay the additional part. APA has been included in our charter price. Should guest consumption exceed the APA allowance of €7,000 then this will be charged at the end of the holiday. Speak to a SailSterling representative for more information.

Croatian Tourist Tax (10 HRK per person/per day): 1.35 € per person/day


GOPRO 6 action camera

50 EUR / week, 70 EUR / week (set included) (SD Card included)

Stand Up Paddle

100 EUR / week


100 EUR / week


100 EUR / week

Two seat Kayak 

150 EUR / week

Sea bob F5 Lumix Colors + GoPro 6 (Action camera) 

800 EUR / week

Jet Ski GTI SE 170

1.500,00 – 2.200,00 EUR / week (depending on the model)

FUN PACK A -> JOKERBOAT COASTER 470 + 70HP Yamaha (includes: wakeboard, waterskis, banana & donut)

900 EUR / week, 190 EUR / day)

FUN PACK B-> HIGHFIELD 640 + 150HP Honda (includes: wakeboard, waterskis, banana & donut) 

1.900 EUR / week, 350 EUR / day

Day 1: Split to Brač

Before checking into your yacht charter in Split, make sure to take some time to wander around Diocletian’s Palace. You might also like to get a coffee on the palm tree-lined Riva. The boardwalk offers a splendid view of the sea and nearby marina.

Your first destination from Split is the island of Brač, which is about 10 nautical miles south-east from the mainland. In Brač you can spend the night in the Bay of Bobovišća or in the marina of Milna which is a unique fishing village known for its characteristic stone houses. In the peaceful Bay of Bobovišća you will find buoys as well as a village with a small jetty. The bay is also well sheltered from the wind.

On Brač you should not miss a visit to Zlatni Rat – one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia.


Day 2: Brač to Vis

After a restful night in Brač and perhaps a quick swim, it’s time to set sail to the next island: Vis. It’s about 20 miles out to sea to Komiža where you will be staying for the evening. Located on the western coast of Vis, Komiža is found in a lovely bay between the deep blue waters of the Adriatic and the slopes of Mount Hum. Here you will find moorings on the harbour quay, and buoys in front of the village. In the case of strong winds, the city of Vis, which has more moorings than Komiža, is recommended.

If you want to go swimming in Vis, you can go to the town of Gusarica or the Bajcizevo, a little further away. Komiža has served as a prime fishing port since the 12th century and has maintained its strong ties to the sea throughout the centuries. For a traditional meal, try the seafood at the Konobas Barba and BAKO, located on the Ribarska fishing promenade.

The small island of Biševo next to Vis has several fantastic beaches, cut off from the rest of the island by cliffs, these beaches are likely to be very quiet – and are quick to get between if you find one to be busy. Salbunara beach and Uvala Porat beach are both west facing, and so will be fantastic places to watch the sun set in the evening.


Day 3: Vis to Lastovo

From Vis, continue southwards to a relatively untraveled island in Croatia: Lastovo. From Vis, it is 35 nautical miles to Lastovo. You can either spend the evening in the Bay of Zaklopatica or you can opt for the Bay of Skrivena Luka, where you will find a small private marina. In the Bay of Zaklopatica you can moor in front of one of three restaurants and enjoy a meal of fresh seafood, grilled meats or other traditional island dishes.

The island of Lastovo (called the “Imperial Island” by the Romans) is ideal for a relaxed hike, where you can visit small villages surrounded by green hills. Home to fewer than 1,000 inhabitants, the secluded main island and over 40 smaller islands and islets that make up the municipality will surely impress you with its classic Mediterranean charm.


Day 4: Lastovo to Korčula

Korčula, located 20 miles north of Lastovo, is your next stop on your island hopping holiday in Croatia. The town, which shares the same name, is located on the eastern side of the island and has a well equipped ACI marina. If you do not want to be in the marina of Korčula, you will also find numerous anchor bays here, especially on the north coast of the island.

Korčula is the perfect mix of beautiful natural landscapes, old traditional towns and idyllic beaches. The Old Town of Korčula is definitely worth a visit. It is often called “Little Dubrovnik” because of its beautiful architecture, which shows the influence of the Venetians in Croatia.

No visit to Korčula is complete without savouring the island’s local seafood specialities. A visit to a local winery is also worthwhile. You can learn more about vineyards and wines in Korčula with our Wine Lover’s Dream Sailing Route.


Day 5: Korčula to Hvar

From Korčula, you will continue to make your way back to Split, stopping at the popular island of Hvar. The route is 32 nautical miles and takes you to one of the most scenic sailing routes in Croatia. When you arrive at Hvar, we recommend that you spend the night in the Marina Palmižana. The marina is located on a small outlying island. From there, you can easily reach the main island with the Water Taxi, which runs until 11pm. Alternatively, you can anchor in the bay of Vinogradišče or find other moorings and anchorages in the Pakleni Islands off Hvar.

Hvar is known for three things both inside and outside of Croatia: wine, lavender and parties. Visit the numerous vineyards and olive groves while the scent of the lavender fields, rosemary and other herbs awakens your senses. There are also many family-friendly activities you can do such as visiting a farm or spending a day at the beach.


Day 6: Hvar to Stari Grad

It’s a short sail to your next destination, Stari Grad, which is on the same island. You only have to travel 15 nautical miles, so you can completely relax on this section of your trip. Stari Grad is located on the western coast in a long, funnel-shaped bay lined with forests on both sides. Here you can moor your yacht right in front of the town hall. Take a walk through the charming medieval city centre with its narrow streets, quaint shops and several small taverns offering local cuisine. The city, unlike Hvar, is rather quiet. Enjoy the evening in the harbour with a good glass of the island’s red wine.

For those who enjoy history and nature, visit the southern part of Stari Grad, which was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 2008. Tour the vineyards, orchards and ancient Greek ruins on the plain before or after lounging on the beaches around Stari Grad.

Stari Grad

Day 7: Stari Grad to Split

On the last day of your Croatian yacht charter holiday, you’ll return to the marina in Split from Stari During. The last 24 miles of your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to take in the stunning views of the Dalmatian coast as you sail past Brač and the mainland. Perhaps you will want to stop in one of the small fishing villages or coves for a quick break before your journey back to Split.

Having arrived in Split, we recommend you end your sailing holiday with a superb dinner. In “Dvor” you can taste the finest seafood while enjoying a wonderful view of the sea at Konoba Nikola in Stobrec, which is famed for its fish specialities.


The Lagoon 620 is for exclusive charter only and has five cabins, sleeping up to 10 guests. The cabins are comfortable with contemporary furnishings and a sleek design. 

Split  –> Dubrovnik

1000 EUR plus mooring fees in ACI Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik –> Split 

1000 EUR 

Each yacht charter includes an expert crew who will attend to your every need. The skipper will help you to plan your itinerary, and will leave you to relax while they take the helm. Your chef will plan menus around your personal tastes and prepare meals according to your preferences or any dietary requirements. 

Water sports are available in select destinations. On shore excursions will vary by destination and each guest’s preferences, but include swimming, snorkelling and exploring the islands.


Water toys

Fishing gear 

Towing ring 

Floating mats

2 x Tenders 

Snorkelling gear 


Water tube 

2 x Stand-up paddle boards

Lagoon 620

Adriatic Tiger



Lagoon 620



No. of cabins

5 + 3 separate for crew 

No. of berths


Max. Guests

10 + crew 

Length Overall 


Hull length 







32.240 kg


2 x Steering wheel (leather covered)

Bow Thruster

Yes, Electric 24V, 200kgf





Volvo Penta D3-150


Double Electronic Throttle at nav. station


2 x 150 HP 

Drive type

Direct Drive

Fuel tank 

1300 L


3-Blades Folding Propellers 


Highfield 460 & Honda 60 HP



Main sail



Volvo Penta D3-150

Stay Sail 

Double Electronic Throttle at nav. station


2 x 150 HP 

Code 0 gear 

Direct Drive

Mainsheet traveller loc:

1300 L

Spi pole

3-Blades Folding Propellers 

Mast height from waterline

Highfield 460 & Honda 60 HP

Boom vang


Electric Winches 


Genoa sheet

On coach roof 

2 Jib, 1 Mainsail 


Teak deck




Bimini Top

Yes with lights




Cockpit and Flybridge

Teak at the bottom

Cockpit and Flybridge

Bathing platform and swimming ladder


Aft shower (Cold and Warm Water)


No. of lockers


Tender lift and platform


Deck wash pump




Electric cooker with oven



Yes (3 + Freezer)

Cockpit Refrigerator





Cockpit and Flybridge

Washing Machine/Dryer



Pressurised system with cold and water in all bathrooms as well as the aft shower


No. of fresh water tanks


Total fresh water capacity 


Water heater

Yes (Heat exch. & 220V heater)

Hot water capacity


No. of holding tanks

6 (5 electric waste pumps)

Sea Water Inlet


Waste Water Outlet 


Bilge Water Outlet



Electrical System 


Power Generator

19Kva 220V

Shore supply


Battery charger


12V plug


220V plug


Inverter 24/220V


Solar charging

Yes, 8 solar panels 120W

Bilge Water Outlet






Bow Thruster






19Kva 220V

3 Data


Wind instruments


WiFi Module


Mag. Compass




Fuel level instruments 

Yes, 8 solar panels 120W

Fresh water level instrument


Engine hour meter




Power generator 220 VYes 19Kva
Air conditioningYes
Heating systemYes 
WatermakerYes, 280 l/h
InverterYes, 2x 5000 w
Diving compresorYes, Bauer Junior II
Underwater LightsYes, 4 Oceanled spots
WiFi network on boardYes


AudioAtoll HIFI Media Center in the saloon
Bluetooth enabledYes
CD enabledYes
Aux audio portYes
Audio remote controlYes 
Speakers in Saloon & Cockpit, Flybridge, BownetYes (2 audio zones)
TV setYes 40″ on electric lift – central galley
DVD playerYes in the saloon

Two Starboard by Lagoon Stand Up Paddleboards

Water skis adult

Water skis for children

Water tube

Towing ring

Fishing gear

Snorkelling gear: masks & flippers


Sample Menu

Mediterranean Breakfast

  • Buffet style breakfast: spread of fresh products from local market
  • Fresh Bread and Rolls, homemade protein bread and Mediterranean bread
  • Cereals (Crunchy Muesli, Corn Flakes, Oats, Granola)
  • Oatmeal various types, overnight oats
  • Chia puddings
  • Breakfast cups
  • Dairy Products (Milk, Butter, Yogurt, Cheese Spread, Cottage Cheese)
  • Eggs (Frittata, Sunny Side Up, Poached, Scrambled, Boiled, Over Easy/Medium/Done)
  • Cold Cuts Platter
  • Pancakes (pumpkin, protein, chocolate or blueberry American style pancakes)
  • Fresh Fruit Platter (or Fruit Salad)
  • Fresh juices, Smoothies, Smoothie bowls
  • Coffee, Tea


  • Mediteranian zucchini rolls with sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese
  • Beetroot hummus on protein bread
  • Mini focaccia with figs and prosciutto
  • Tuna pate in sesame tartlets
  • Mediteranian fresh figs and prosciutto salad
  • Feta cheese, cherry tomatoes and basil bruschetta
  • Cream of carrot & coconut soup with mint oil
  • Smoked salmon & dill crepes rolls
  • Cheese platter
  • Salata Caprese
  • Fish soup with zucchini and rice
  • Burrata with fermented pears and smoked salmon
  • Tuna & beans salad served in tortilla cup
  • Marinated mozzarella trio
  • Raw cucumber mediteranian style bruschetta
  • Marinated anchovy salad with orange and pomegranate

Vegetarian Dishes

  • Mushroom and broccoli quiche
  • Buddha bowl with veggies and tofu in peanut butter sauce
  • Roasted pumpkin, bell peppers and chickpeas salad with sun-dried tomato dressing
  • Baked sweet potato bites with vegetables bolognese and mozzarella
  • Fit avocado, carrot, chickpeas and pesto salad
  • Sweet potato, tofu and pesto lasagna
  • Pumpkin, carrot, lentils and coconut milk curry with rice
  • Vegan Caesar salad with cashew cream cheese
  • Sweet potato burger
  • Asian style salad with tofu, orange and carrot puree
  • Meaty mushroom and veggies wrap
  • Eggplant & zucchini parmigiana
  • Tofu and grilled veggies skewers with quinoa salad and lime sauce

Seafood Dishes

  • Black risotto with wine gel and parmiggiano
  • Grilled fish filets with warm potato dill salad
  • Warm octopus salad with potato, arugula and cherry tomatoes
  • Traditional fish casserole with parsley, white wine and tomatoes
  • Squid stew with polenta
  • Baked white fish fillets with baby potatoes, asparagus and veloute sauce
  • Scampi “buzara” style with grilled polenta
  • Rich Niçoise salad with tuna, olives, baby potatoes and tomatoes
  • Tagliatelle with prawns & zucchini with dill sauce
  • Tuna steak with cubed potato & beetroot, served on swiss chard puree
  • Mediterranean fish “en papillote” with julienne style vegetables
  • Grilled swordfish steaks in caper sauce with vegetables
  • Spaghetti with prawns in orange & saffron sauce

Meat Dishes

  • Beef tagliata with arugula, cherry tomatoes, Grana Padano shavings and aceto reduction
  • Chicken “bonbon” rolls with basil infusion sauce and sweet potato puree
  • Parmesan chicken with light greek yoghurt sauce and potato wedges
  • Pork medallions with glazed carrots and cherry tomatoes and broccoli
  • Asian style chicken with vegetables and noodles
  • Chicken baked in cornflakes with salad
  • Veal steaks with gravy, cauliflower puree and grilled vegetables
  • Apricots & chicken risotto
  • Mushrooms and pancetta gnocchi with arugula and parmigiano


  • Melba peaches – peaches cooked in wine, with raspberry puree and vanilla ice cream
  • Moist gluten-free orange cake with wild berries coulis
  • Freshly baked wild fruits strudel
  • Chocolate mousse with blueberry coulis and peaches
  • Amazing chia pudding in 3-layers
  • Chocolate avocado brownie  
  • Raspberry semifreddo
  • Banana & peanut butter cake
  • Healthy vegan chocolate delicacy 
  • Raw raspberry cheesecake
  • Chocolate ganache tart with mascarpone and fresh fruits
  • Tiramisu modification
  • Super Healthy Raw Superfood bars
  • Carrot cake with white chocolate cream
  • Grilled figs with goat cheese and rosemary honey
  • Vanilla & strawberry cream cups

"If you want to see paradise on Earth, come to Dubrovnik"

-George Bernard Shaw


Stringent cleaning procedures are already in-place across all boats globally for the well-being of our crew and guests.  These will be further enhanced to meet government guidelines in the UK and Italy which are in place in July 2021 in relation to the COVID pandemic.  These will include temperature checks prior to boarding; hand-sanitising stations in public areas; additional deep cleans of public areas including decks; social distancing if required.  With each catamaran’s capacity at a maximum of 10 people including skipper and chef, if required in August, guests would remain in catamaran bubbles during visits to vineyards and other on-shore activities.