Your complete guide to marinas in Split

24th Oct 2018

Split is the perfect starting base for your yacht charter, as you can sail north to Kornati Islands National Park or south to Brac, Hvar and Dubrovnik. Don’t miss the Zlatni Rat beach at Brac, the stunning Blue Cave at Vis or the breathtaking waterfall at Krka National Park. We also recommend you spend some time looking at Split itself, with its historical architecture and rich culture, including UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletian Palace, built for a Roman emperor at the turn of the fourth century. We’ve included a seven-day itinerary below, but visit our page on Split for more inspiration. Browse our Croatia deals on our price comparison tool and book now.

With the turquoise Adriatic as a backdrop and a sailing ground bursting with gorgeous islands to explore, Croatia is a sailor’s favourite. It’s always handy to plan a little ahead of your charter and we’ve put together a guide to local marinas for a yacht charter from Split.

Split waterfront and Marjan hill aerial view, Dalmatia, Croatia

You’ll find narrow pontoons in the main part of the marina and a shop that offers basic provisions. There are well stocked supermarkets within walking distance, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants. You might want to give driving through town a miss, as the traffic is very heavy and you’ll use up your valuable time in traffic jams.

Harbor of Trogir, Croatia

You’ll find narrow pontoons in the main part of the marina and a shop that offers basic provisions. There are well stocked supermarkets within walking distance, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants. You might want to give driving through town a miss, as the traffic is very heavy and you’ll use up your valuable time in traffic jams.

Sailing boats in marina at sunset

Located just 20 minutes from the Split airport (SPU), you’ll find a local shop and supermarkets within walking distance of the marina. If you want a bite to eat, there’s only one outlet for coffee and food in the marina, more can be found in the town.

Sailing yachts in Croatia

Exclusive to the Sunsail and The Moorings charter companies, the marina has a supermarket which closes early on Sunday and it’s busy, so we recommend pre-provisioning. Although it’s quite far from Trogir and Split, it’s only 20 minutes from the airport and you’ll find restaurants and bars in the town.

Primosten, Croatia

This large marina has good facilities but lacks a little in the way of atmosphere. Make sure you provision in Primosten, which you can get to by taxi.

Šibenik, Croatia

You’ll find a small shop in the marina but will need to get a taxi to the supermarket. The marina is inland and a great location for the Kornati Islands or Skradin waterfalls. You can also reach Sibenik by a taxi or water ferry.

7. SEGET DONJI

Town of Seget aerial view, Dalmatia, Croatia

Just 1 km from Trogir, this new marina  in Seget Donji offers plenty of space, a restaurant, bar and even a swimming pool. You’ll find a small shop in the marina and nearby supermarkets too.

Amazing Rogoznica sailing destination waterfront, Dalmatia, Croatia

This is a mostly private marina just 30 mins from Split airport. It offers high quality facilities and boats a supermarket, swimming pool and bar.

Mediterranean coast landscape in Dalmatia. Kornati islands in background

This marina is a great base to visit Skradin, the Kornati islands or the Split islands and you’ll find local shops for provisions and small restaurants.

Day 1: Arrive in Split, Croatia

Day 2: Sail 22 nm Split to Stari Grad, Hvar Island, the oldest Croatian town

Day 3: Make your way to Komiza, Vis, and try the delicious Viska or Komiza Pogaca stuffed bread or scuba dive and explore the submerged warships and planes beneath the waves

Day 4: Head 37 nm to Lastovo (37 nm). If you can tie in your charter with a February visit, you’ll catch the famous Poklad festival

Day 5: Sail on to Hvar for 30 nm. Don’t miss sampling the homemade wine before you go

Day 6: Move onwards 27 nm to Trogir and enjoy the sunset while taking in this walled city

Day 7: Complete the final leg back to Split (14 nm) and overnight at base

Day 8: Disembark and head home

Enjoy warm weather between May and October, between 18-24°C, and sea temperatures of 22°C in high season. Winds are light and variable early in the day with a good wind in the afternoon, up to 20 knots. The tidal range is between 30 and 60 cm.

To find out more about sailing holidays in Croatia or to take a look at our latest special offers, contact us online today or call  01227 479900.

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