Charter Croatia Holiday
One of the most attractive forms of tourism in Croatia
All types of charter holidays for you
Since the Croatian coastline abounds in numerous islands, beaches, natural resorts, ports and bays, it does attract attention of many
Some Yachting FAQ
There are 115 registered charter companies in Croatia, Croatia charter have about 1900 vessels, of which 1600 are sailboats, and the rest are motorboats. 1100 vessels sail under a foreign flag and around 800 under the Croatian flag.
Croatia charter realise per year more than 30.000 ship-weeks with over 200.000 tourists, and more than 1.000.000 overnight stays. The largest world vessel renters offer their services through local Croatia charter companies on the Adriatic.
To rent a boat one must be a licensed boat guide, and have passed the exam for handling a VHF station (the exams are held in all harbours). When boarding the boat it is necessary to fill out and notarise the list of crew. Any change in the crew during the Croatia charter holiday cruise must be reported to the port authorities.
When is the best time to sail in the Adriatic?
If you want the best value for money then go sailing in May, early June or September rather than mid-August. Sea temperatures are fine for swimming, you’ll be treated royally in restaurants, and get a genuine welcome from people on the more remote islands, while the winds will make both you and your boat sing with delight. Much the same goes for October, early November, late March and April (although it will be the hardier souls that swim in these months). You’ll be surprised how many bright and brilliant sunny days there are during these months of the year.
If you or your crew members are relatively inexperienced, then we suggest sailing in late June, July and August, when there is enough westerly breeze (the Bora) on most afternoons to hone your skills, but also calms when you can stop for swim, make lunch or potter around with the motor. On warm mid-summer nights, you may find you want to sleep on deck rather than down in the hot cabin. And if you do encounter a nasty blow, there will be other boats and crews around to give you a helping hand.
Yacht – The Princess 56
- Lenght: 17.15m
- Draft: 1.05m
- Beam: 4.54m
- Cabines: 3+lounge
- Berths: 6+1
- WC/Shower: 2/2
- Fuel Tank: 2182L (litres)
- Water Tank: 755 Litres
- Engines (diesel): 2 x 650KS, Volvo
- Additional Extras: VHF Radio, Radar, Auto-pilot, CD/DVD/LCD, Flybridge, Bimini on Flybridge, Air condition, Tender & Outboard hydraulic passerelle, Bow Thruster, Generator, Safety gear, Navigation gear, 220V cable, fully equipped kitchen with table.
Yacht Princess 56 Price list – 2010/Euro per week
Base marina Frapa
Crewed – No of Crew: 1 captain + 1 deckhand
3.07. – 10.07. – 6.500,00 €
21.08. – 11.09. – 6.500,00 €
10.07. – 17.07. – 7.000,00 €
14.08. – 21.08. – 7.000,00 €
17.07. – 14.08. – 8.000,00 €
In price are included: Tax, Rubber Boat, Support Engine, Linen, GPS
Price doesn’t include: Skipper (needs to be two Skippers each 115€/day)
Charter Croatia Princess 56 is located at:
Base marina Frapa
Marina Frapa is one of the most beautiful and luxurious Croatian marinas.
Marina Frapa is located in the central part of the Croatian coast, between the towns of Split and Sibenik, in a beautiful cove of Soline, protected from all sides, within a tame environment of a small coastal town of Rogoznica.
The island with all the marina ‘s facilities, as well as its nine piers spread across over 136 thousand square meters make it a beauty among the marinas.
Marina Facilities: Reception, exchange office (bureau de change), high quality apartment accommodation, swimming pool, restaurants, wine bar, champagne bar, Captain ‘s Club, grocery shop, chandlery, ice cream shop, pizzeria, toilets and showers and car parking. The fuel station is in the marina.
Rogoznica is known as the safest harbor on this part of the Adriatic, so it is safe to berth small and large boats. Marina “Frapa” with 300 berths is one of most beautiful marinas on the Adriatic.
How to get to Base Marina Frapa
Charter Yacht Croatia Princess 56- Depending on your choice of transport and origin of departure a variety of options are available for reaching charter yacht Princess 56 in Rogoznica.
Rogoznica is located 35 km south of the Sibenik, and 55 km north of the Split.
If you are arriving by car take the local road after turning from Adriatic main road (M2, E65).
After exiting the highway in Sibenik follow the directions to Primosten or Trogir.
The airport in Split is situated 28 km from Rogoznica.
If you are not arriving by private boat but still wish to arrive by sea we recommend ferry lines that connect Ancon with the cities of Split and Zadar that have great regular bus lines to Rogoznica.
At your arrival to the Marina Frapa you will experience unforgettable experience and you will take lasting memories once you leave. Our helpful personnel is at your service and we are here to make your stay pleasant and vivid. Also we hope to preserve the natural harmony which has been present in these parts for so long.