Hiring a sailboat is a fantastic way to explore the hidden beauties of Trogir, on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea. Trogir is situated between Ciovo island and the mainland and is roughly 27 km away from Split. This is a world-famous sailing area with beautiful beaches and numerous islands and bays that are best explored with a private cruise. You can easily find the ideal sailboat of your choice from the marina in Trogir or any other marina around Kastelanski Bay. You can directly contact the owners of the vessels for the ideal sailboat or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.
You have plenty of options:
You can book and hire a sailboat with a skipper--or without one, if you have a license--and enjoy a one-day cruise to Split or the island of Hvar. You also have the option to rent a sailboat and enjoy a cruise to the islands of Brac and Vis. Finally, you can hire a luxury sailboat and go island-hopping in the Adriatic Sea for a week, taking your time to explore new destinations, such as Hvar or Dubrovnik.
Trogir is a medieval town, situated near Split, in central Dalmatia. Besides being a good starting point for any sailing charter in Croatia, it is called the “town museum of the Adriatic” thanks to its exceptional architectural and cultural heritage. Visitors will be amazed by various art collections in Radovan’s portal and the ancient relief of Kairos (in the ancient Monastery of St.Nicholas). Among all the art treasures of Trogir, visitors will also admire the sturdy walls, bastions, and the mysticism of the streets and vaults. The town was settled in the 3rd century, and it was colonized by Greek seamen. Many nations have since then changed the area and left their traces, including Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, and then the Croats. Despite all this, the Croatian people have preserved their language and culture and have converted Trogir into a town of entertainment, where elite yachtsmen have labeled it as their most favorite destination. Today you will also find numerous restaurants, cafés and galleries, as well as many festivals and events that are hosted throughout the summer period, creating a Mediterranean atmosphere. Once you have learned about the manifold and complex heritage of the town, you can rent a sailboat and explore the wider surroundings of Trogir.
A sailboat rental from Trogir will allow you to enjoy a day cruise to Split or tour the Blue Lagoon. The Lagoon is a unique formation of islands between Krknjasi and Drvenik and has untouched beaches. Some great beaches to visit during your tour around the Lagoon are Pantan and Okrug Beach. The former is full of activities and suitable for families with children. It even allows you to anchor your sailboat on the eastern side to get some shade. The latter is located on the island of Ciovo, near the town of Trogir; it is one of the most popular beaches, thanks to its attractive bars along the Riviera. For a two-day cruise, you can make a stop at Split. Here, you can visit the Diocletian’s Palace, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is the largest standing example of Roman architecture.
With a sailboat charter in Trogir, you will have plenty of time to visit Solta, Brac, and Vis. From Brac, you can make your way to the island of Vis or enjoy a longer adventure to Hvar island. You may also take a full day trip directly to Hvar and tour the famous Blue Cave. This is known to be one of the most beautiful spots on the Adriatic, because of the amazing blue light that reflects from the sea bottom and bathes the entire cave.
If you rent a sailboat in Trogir for a week, you can tour Hvar and the Pakleni islands or enjoy a longer cruise to Dubrovnik. You have the choice to create your own weekly itinerary and visit the beautiful islands (and connected coves) in central Dalmatia. After Pakleni Islands, you can stop by the fisherman village of Milna or Komiza village on the western side of Island Vis. You may even enjoy yourself at a quiet and distant location away from the crowds, such as the island of Budikovac on the south-eastern side of Vis. You can finally arrive at the port of Dubrovnik after visiting Korcula and Mljet. All the sailboats in Trogir are well-equipped, so you will have no trouble finding your ideal vessel.
Below you will find some useful information for your sailboat rentals in Trogir:
ACI Marina Trogir: The marina is located on the northern end of the island of Ciovo. It offers 260 berths with yachts that go up to 60 meters in length. There is 24-hour surveillance, Wi-Fi, and professional staff that speak several foreign languages.
The marina is only 6-7 km away from Split Airport.
Marina Baotic: The marina offers 280 fully equipped berths and has 9 piers that are guarded 24/7. There is water connection, free Wi-Fi, and sanitary facilities near the berths. There is also a systematic waste collection and disposal procedure to keep the marina clean.
The marina is only 8-12 minutes away from Split Airport.
Trogir is linked to the coastal road on the Adriatic coast, the highway exit is just 15 km away. There is also a bus that runs every 20 minutes from Trogir to Split.
You can reach Trogir by taking the ferry from Rijeka or Dubrovnik toward Split.
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