Sailing Mediterranean


yacht charter and sail in croatia

Do not be fooled by the size of the Adriatic Sea. Even though it takes only a small part of the Mediterranean, there are various kinds of sailing conditions. This makes the Croatian coast excellent for all types of sailing activities. Why not charter a yacht and participate in Mrduja or Gladuša regatta or take your friends or colleagues on a flotilla sailing holiday? Cruising along the coast on a yacht in the morning, spending an afternoon swimming or snorkeling, and enjoying Mediterranean wine and Croatian cuisine in the sunset sounds like a perfect sailing holiday.

Why sailing in Croatia?

  • Croatia’s archipelago is the largest in the Adriatic sea.
  • Croatia also has the most indented coast in the entire Mediterranean. Sail around more than 1240 islands and islets.
  • 97% of the beaches have excellent seawater quality, so do not be afraid to jump freely into the pristine clear sea.
  • There are 56 marinas scattered along the coast if you want to take a temporary break from sailing in the open sea.
  • The sailing season lasts from April to October, with July and August as its peak months.

More info and booking arrangements here.


The most popular sailing areas of Greece are: The Ionian Sea – the Seven Islands, the beautiful coast of Epirus and other small, picturesque historic port towns; The Aegean Sea – Myconos, Santorini, Folegandros, Anafi, Patmos, Paros. Do not miss The Cyclades, The Dodekanese, as well as the Sporades; The Saronic Gulf – more than 2500 islands and countless ports, with the most popular islands of Aegina, Poros and Salamina, Hydra and Spetses, as well as the Attica Coast. More information and booking arrangements here.


Italy, a country surrounded by five seas and home to the greatest number of world heritage sites is also not a bad sailing destination. Popular sailing routes of Italy include Naples, Salerno and the Amalfi coast, the Capri Blue Lagoon, the islands of Ischia and Ponza, five villages “Cinque Terra” and Sardinia. Sailing Sicily and the Aeolian Islands is said to be an unforgettable journey – with their famous ports of Palermo; Sant Agata; Marsala and Portorosa, or the spectacular beaches and caves of the Aeolian Islands. The Tuscan Archipelago could be explored for days. More information and booking arrangements here.


Known for its beautiful architecture, Flamenco, bullfights and friendly people, Spain is a popular sailing destination surrounded by the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea. Some of the most popular sailing destinations in Spain include the Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Costa Azahar, Costa Valencia, Costa Blanca, Costa de Almeria, Costa Del Sol, Costa de la Luz, famous for their sandy beaches, pine woods, and fishing villages. Other popular destinations are the Balearic Islands, with the Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera and the Canary Islands. Sailing Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and La Palma is unforgettable. More information and booking arrangements here.


Malta’s three inhabited islands – Malta, Comino and Gozo with four other islands of the archipelago offer an exciting sailing experience. The Grand Harbour of Malta is one of the world’s largest, natural harbours that had a great strategic importance as a naval base over centuries. Beautiful country and yet another Mediterranean destination pulsating in natural beauties as well as history and culture. More information and booking arrangements here.



Charter your yacht in Turkey and start a fairytale-like sailing holiday you will never forget. Hop aboard a traditional gulet and discover this beautiful Mediterranean country surrounded by four seas. Dive into its rich history and culture, and explore ancient ruins and sunken cities. Take a walk around small villages and taste the freshest seafood. In the evening, party in one of the many night clubs, or just stay aboard your gulet or luxurious yacht to enjoy the stunning sunsets. Sleeping under the stars is an unforgettable experience in these calm waters. More information and booking arrangements here.


Montenegro as a sailing destination has a long history, dating back to the 9th century and has over the time been shaped by various influences – Central European, Orthodox, Islamic and Adriatic due to its 295 kilometers of coast, its mild Mediterranean climate as well as natural beauties and rich history. The Gulf of Kotor, the longest fjord in southern Europe, is a definite must see and so is the Old Town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. More information and booking arrangements here.


Sailing in Slovenia is a great starting point for sailing through the Mediterranean and while there it is recommended to visit nice ports, bays, and marinas such as Bay of Piran, Portorož, Izola or KoperMore information and booking arrangements here.



Wishing all sailors fair wind and a following sea. Enjoy!