Yachting Along the Dalmatian Coast – Trogir

Trogir, on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia, is a dream destination for boat enthusiasts. The coast is renowned for azure blue water, scenic coastline with quaint villages such as Trogir, fishing boats and open skies. A charter is a great way of getting out onto the water surrounding Trogir. By chartering a yacht, you and your traveling party get a private charter to set sail and explore along Dalmatia.

Charter yachts are available out of the city. These charters typically take sailors throughout the coast of Dalmatia and into such sights and towns like Milna, Stari Grad, Hvar, Vis, Komiza, Maslinica and then back to the origin port. Typical yacht chartering fees run approximately 900 to 4000 Euros per week, depending on the size and style of yacht you desire.

The charter-fee includes all meals, beverages, captain and crew. Modern V-berths and cabins allow for privacy and comfort. Heads and full showers keep you refreshed between ports.


On most yachting outings, stops are made for scuba, snorkeling, cave exploration, island hopping or beach picnics. All shore fees are usually included with the boat. Because Croatia has 4,058 kilometers of shoreline, comprised of islands, rocks and reefs, this is a grand adventure and destination for exploration.

As you approach Trogir, the boat has access to 350 natural harbors and marinas suitable for docking or moorage. Imagine sliding into a private cove on your private boat, slipping into the water for a dip, then coming back aboard for a privately cooked meal in the Adriatic Sun. Truly, this is a magic world for sailors.

The city itself holds many sights and buildings that are among the oldest and historic for the region. The city was founded in third century BC from Greeks that came over from the island of Vis. As the boat begins to come into the harbor and coast, the sight of historic Kamerlengo Castle comes into view. Be sure to have plenty of memory left on the SD cards for your cameras.

As with any activity in this region, prepare for your sailing adventure by bringing a sunhat, sunglasses, long-sleeve shirt, shorts, boat shoes, sunscreen and any motion sickness medicine you may need. The sun is powerful here and you must protect yourself accordingly.

Once ashore, be sure to sample the Trogir local cuisine such as “Prsut”, a dried raw ham that is cured in the autumn winds off the coast. When you finish your meal, enjoy a local desert such as “krostule”, a Dalmatian torte that is made of the fresh berries and fruits.

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