Greece Boat Charter

Offices: Miami, USA

  For immediate
assistance call!
1800 280 5407
Greece Boat Charter
Greece Boat Charter
Greece Boat Charter
Greece Boat Charter
Greece Boat Charter
Yacht Charter in Greece
Yacht Charter in Turkey
Yacht Charter in Croatia
Luxury Yacht in Mediterranean
Caribbean Crewed Yacht Charter
Yacht Offers

Contact Us
Are you an agent?

14 day sailing route along Dalmatian coast ( route 2)


1 DAY :

veliki.jpgFor the start of this route we suggest sailing towards the bay of Krknjasi on the island of Veliki Drvenik. Two islands, Veliki and Mali Krnjas form an amazing Lagoon in the bay and it is ideal for swimming.The bay is well protected from the north winds and the bottom of the sea is sandy. We recommend anchoring and spending the night there.





2 DAY :

primosten.jpg Primosten: In the morning sail towards Primosten ( the distance from the bay of Krknjasi to Primosten is 17.5 miles). Thei old part of town of Primosten was built on the little island attached to the main land. It is still surrounded by the old city walls. The new part of Primosten stretches along the coast. It is safe to anchor the boat on one of the knots in a little harbor on the island, as it is well protected from any kind of bad weather.






3 DAY :


Head for the island of Zirje, where, according to legend, the Ilyrian Queen Teuta had her harbor. You should be sailing to the bay of Stupica Vela. The bay is protected from all winds except the Jugo ( south wind)







4 DAY :

kornati.jpg Sail on along the south side of the island of Zirje towards the famous national park - Kornati. On the way from Zirje, the first big island you will pass is Kurba Vela. Leave it to the north. Continue sailing towards the Kornati channel passing the islands of Kamani Zakan and Ravni Zakan where you will find excellent places to swim.





5 DAY :

piskera.jpg Kornati -ACI marina Piskera: Continue sailing towards the bay of Piskera or Lavsa. In the bay of Piskera there is an ACI marina and the bay itself is definitely worth visiting. It used to be a good shelter for fishing boats as it is well protected from the north wind ( Bura) , but it is not well protected from the south wind (Jugo). You can spend the night Anchored in Piskera ACI marina. Alternatively, of you prefer something a little more remote, you could anchor in Lavsa.




6 DAY :

otok_bisevo.jpg Today you can start to sail through the astonishingly beautiful Kornati islands. However, to enter the national part you will have to buy a ticket. There are innumerable little bays for swimming, and beautiful landscapes. Your aim shouldi be: first the bay of Elascica on Dugi Otok, and then the bay of Mir where you will find an amazing lake, very nice for swimming in.





7 DAY :

zut.jpgLeaving Telascica, you can head towards the island of Zut. If you are lucky enough to catch the Maestral, Tramuntana or Bura ( all north or north -west winds) you should have some amazing sailing.There are two places for anchoring in Zut _ the ACI marina or underneath the north-west cape on the island. You could also spend a night a bit further east, in the bay of Hiljaca.






8 DAY :

murter_1.jpg On this day you should be heading towards the island of Murter. On the way to Murter you will be passing the island of Vrgada, an ideal place for swimming. Afterwards sail on towards Murter or the Hramina marina.The route you should be taking is the channel between the islands of Zminjak and Veliki Vinik and then around the little island Tegina. This is the safest way as the sea is quite shallow around that area. You can anchor your boat for the night in Hramina marina.




9 DAY :

tisno04m.jpg The next destination should be Tisno, still on the island of Murter. There, you will see the mobile bridge that connects the island of Murter with the mainland. Tisno is a lovely fishing village and we recommend spending a night there.






10 DAY :

vodice_01.jpg Town of Vodice: After leaving Murter, you should sail towards Vodice. There is an ACI marina in Vodice where you can anchor your boat. Vidice is a well known little town, popular with tourists, with lots of entertainment - lively bars, restaurants, and music performances on the seafront. After the quiet tranquility of Kornati, this may be just what you are after.






11 DAY :

skradin_1.jpg On this day you should start sailing towards Skradin- back to a more peaceful environment. Skradin also has a good marina in Croatia, where you can anchor and spend the night. We recommend some evening walks around the town.






12 DAY :

skradin_01.jpg Krka Waterfalls: the next destination for this day is islapovi Krkei ( the Krka waterfalls). You can reach the waterfalls in one of the boats from Skradin, which means leaving your boat anchored in an ACI marina. The area is another Dalmatian national part and it is worth having a walk all the way round the waterfalls. You can swim in these waterfalls, but be careful where the rapids are dangerously fast. After this we suggest that you should sail off to the island of Zlarin or towards the bay of Grebasnica ( on the mainland). In either of these places you can spend the night.



13 DAY :

rogoznica_30r180.jpg Rogoznica- FRAPA marina: Set your sails and head towards your next destination Rogoznica. After arriving in the bay of Rogoznica we recommend anchoring at Razanj, the small fishing village on the south side. There is also the famous FRAPA marina in Rogoznica itself. It is said to be of the most beautiful marinas on the Adriatic, with excellent facilities and good restaurants.While here be sure to go and see the Zmajevo Oko ( the Dragon Eye) , the famous sea water lake, just a couple of hundred meters behind the marina.



14 DAY :

split_1.jpg City of Split: On the last day of your journey you will be sailing back to Split. You should be anchoring your boat in Split ACI maina, the same marina from where you set out. We highly recommend spending your evening in looking round parts of the old town.

Our Office Locations

Office 1: N. Miami, USA
12555 Biscayne Blvd. # 490
Phone: 1800 280 5407
Skype: absoluteyachting1