• Climate: Warm/Mediterranean
    Average day time temperatures May 21°C, June 25°C, July 28°C, August 28°C, September 24°C, October 18°C, Water is around 24°C in August / September in the south. The season is shorter in the north.
    Best time to go: June, July and September
    Sailing Conditions: The prevailing wind is the westerly Mistral which blows during most afternoons in the summer at strengths up to 20 knots. The north easterly Bora is stronger, may blow for up to two days but is the pre-curser to fine weather. The prefrontal Yugo from the south west makes for great sailing.
    Coastal and inter-island sailing: mostly protected waters.
    Communication: Wifi readily available. Data download dongle
    Access: International airports in Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik.

  • GULET CHARTER- sail in style

    From Turkey, Croatia, Greece and Italy we have personally selected and inspected the gulets we offer to make sure our gulets are great ships with awesome crews for a truely sensational price. Gulets are air conditioned, include the crew and your own chef.

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    GULET CHARTER- sail in style

    YACHT RALLY - sail in company

    Social races, relaxing lay-days, dinners, parties and tours in amazing destinations worldwide. The one-way itinerary, local knowledge, pre-booked marinas, technical support and Mariner Boating guides take the guess work out of your precious holiday. Come join us!

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    YACHT RALLY - sail in company
  • Istria

    The western coast of Istria is low and tame, with luscious vegetation and distinctive settlements. Rovinj, Poreč, Vrsar and Pula are its pearls. The coastline is indented, with many coves. There are large well equipped marinas.                                                                    

    The eastern coastline is the complete opposite except in the southern most areas. There are coves and bays all the way to Mošćenička draga, Lovran and Opatija, but the coastline is much steeper and less inhabited.
    Charter bases operate from Pula.


    Olives, indigenous aromatic plants, and brilliant white stone set against the verdant vegetation and the towering mountain massif of Biokovo with spurs which reach all the way to the sea.

    In Central Dalmatia visit the famous islands of Hvar and Korcula or explore some of the lesser known islands of Lastovo and Vis, not as populated, quieter and full of history. Then take in the island of Mljet – mostly a national park and covered in pines to the waterline in the almost hidden bays.
    Charter bases operate from Split, Kremik and Kastela.


    Dubrovnik basks in a warm Mediterranean climate with groves of lemon, orange and tangerine trees, sumptuous palms and agaves, adorned by Renaissance parks and the flowering gardens of medieval stone palaces and unobtrusive monasteries.

    Here too are bays, coves and beaches for the perfect yachting stops.
    Charter bases operate from Dubrovnik.