Christmas giveaway: The lowdown on marinas in Split
We’ve taken the hassle out of marina comparisons with a handy guide for the Split areas. If you want to explore the Dalmatian coast, then take a look at our 12 Days of Christmas competition*. You’re in with a chance to win two free flights to Croatia in June to accompany your yacht charter booking. All you have to do is sign up to our competition page HERE by 5 January and you could be enjoying Split.
The tenth day of Christmas
We’ve been sharing everything you need to know about Croatia with our fun version of The Twelve Days of Christmas carol. We’ve blogged about itineraries , spotting wildlife , marina tips , top yachts , fab beaches , remote islands , Croatia’s food , weather systems and Korcula . Today our true love has sent us ten knots a blowing instead of lords a leaping, which could annoy our neighbours when at anchor!
On the tenth day of Christmas my true love sent to me: ten knots a blowing
Ten knots a blowing
We know how important marinas are during a charter, so we visited all the marinas around the Split area and produced a guide to help you choose where to sail from. You might end up spending two nights at a marina at the beginning and end of your charter, so it’s worth considering choices carefully and taking into consideration your yacht type and season.
You can read about 16 marinas in the Split region in our guide which includes:
- Baska Voda
- Krvavica (Marina Ramova)
- Seget Donji
- Kremik Marina (near Primosten)
- Sibenik (Mandalina Marina)
- Murter (Jezera ACI)
- Biograd na Moru (Kornati Marina, north and south, and Sangulin Marina)
- Sukosan (Marina Dalmacija)
- Rogoznica (Marina Frappa)
- Vodice (Vodice ACI)
If you’re heading to Croatia next year, then enter our competition HERE for free flights or call our knowledgeable team for advice and offers now. If you feel we’ve missed out your favourite marina, then let us know on our Facebook page .
*The prize includes two flights from London to Split. Full terms and conditions are available HERE