There are a variety of charter boats available in Croatia, including motorboats, sailboats, catamarans, and gullets.
Yes, it is possible to rent a charter boat without a skipper in Croatia, but you will need to have a valid boating license and experience operating a boat of that size.
The cost of chartering a boat in Croatia varies depending on the type of boat, the duration of the rental, and the time of year. Prices can range from a few hundred euros per day for a small motorboat to several thousand euros per week for a luxury yacht.
The price of a charter boat rental in Croatia typically includes the boat, fuel, and insurance. Some charters may also include additional services such as a skipper, crew, and meals.
• The best time to charter a boat in Croatia is from May to September when the weather is warm, and the water is calm. This is also the peak tourist season, so prices may be higher, and boats may book up quickly.
• Yes, most charter boats in Croatia allow you to bring your own food and drinks, but you should check with the charter company beforehand. Some charters may also offer meal plans or catering services as an additional option.