Zadar & Kornati
Just 15 Nm south of Zadar is an amazing group of islands called the Kornati archipelago. This beautiful and scenic National Park is home to 89 islands, islets and reefs, attracting divers from all over Europe.
The medieval city of Dubrovnik on Croatia’s Adriatic Coast is known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ for good reason. At night Gundulic Square comes alive with cafes but in the morning is used as a farmer's market.
Whether you want an early spring or late autumn charter, Croatia is a fantastic bareboat destination with warm weather from April to October. Split is Croatia's second largest city and a popular sailing base, built around the UNESCO Roman Diocletian palace. Stroll around the old town, play Picigin or cruise the Dalmatian Coast and nearby islands of Brač, Hvar, Šolta and many more.
Pula & Istria
At the northernmost part of the Island chain is the Istrian peninsula and here the islands are relatively untouched. The Istrian coastline with its clear seas, gentle summer climate, quaint villages and historic towns, is a magnificent cruising area.