start your charter in venice
An ampitheatre in Croatia
In Croatia you can anchor out, or moor in town
Croatia's spectacular cruising ground, with mountains meeting the sea


The beautiful buildings, paintings and sculptures, the mosaics of St Mark’s, the canals, the elegant shops and cafes, and above all the atmosphere of the city by day or night make a visit to Venice a memory to treasure.

PULA – Clearance harbour – 70 NM

Pula’s famous for it’s Roman remains. The marina’s settled right in the heart of the city, overlooked by a well preserved Roman amphitheatre. . There are many more remains, including the Hercules Gate, the arch of the Sergians and the temple to Augustus

SOUTH OF PULA – Bay in a secluded anchorage – 12 NM

A wild and beautiful secluded Bay , south of Pula, ideal for swimming and water sports.


Large crescent shaped island, with numerous little islets, crystal clear waters and wild surroundings. An important trading post in the island chain, Losinj has remains dating from the Bronze Age as well as Roman Villas.


Zadar is a busy town and harbour with numerous interesting museums and old buildings. The old city must be seen : The present street plan of the old town is basically the same as laid down by the Romans, and the ruins of the Roman forum are still visible.


The archipelago, made up of over 100 islands, is the largest in the Mediterranean. The Kornati National Park is a spectacular cruising area and great care has been taken to protect the environment.


The city of Sibenik lies 2 miles inland on the east side of the lake Projkar. The old part of the town climbs the hill overlooking the quay. There are narrow streets and alleys, houses dating from the Middle Ages. The unusual barrel vaulted cathedral is of particular interest.


Built on an island, the village was founded in the early 16th century. The harbour and anchorage are in a sheltered landlocked basin with wooded surroundings. Ideal for swimming and water sports or a visit to the small fishing village.

SPLIT ( Marina) – 20 NM

Split, besides being a major administrative and commercial center, is also a tourist center. The city is built within and around the fortified Roman palace which was constructed for the Roman Emperor Diocletian in about A.D.300. Much of the palace still stands today, and is a unique example of late Roman architecture.

HVAR – 20 NM

Settled since the 4th century BC, the island has many wineyards, lavender and olive groves. There are many coves and interseting ports of calls on the Island.


One of the largest islands of the Croatian coast, Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, is a favourite with sailors. The two main ports are Vela Luka and Korcula old town – both worth a visit.


Mljet is a densely wooded island. A 12th century Benedictine monastery is set on an island in the middle of Lake Veliko Jezero. The anchorage at Luka Polace lies inside a deep fjord like inlet, which is ideal for water sports while other members of the party explore ashore.


The islands lie off the coast between Dubrovnik and the Peljesac peninsula. There are a number of sheltered anchorages and attractive villages.


The famous mediaval town is the most popular tourist attraction of Croatia… and take some time to explore. The city, built in the 13th century, features Renaissance walls and towers as well as hundreds of famous buildings, churches and palaces. The marina is in a quiet secluded bay just north to the main town, where a short bus or taxi ride will take you into the old town and the busy commercial harbour.

Note : All itineraries are subject to weather conditions.