Baska Voda

Baska Voda typically captures the Yugoslavian Style, with a Town Harbour, several hotels and excellent beaches. It is an ideal location for families. Baska Voda was founded in the early 18th century. The town has all facilities such as Post Office, Banks, Shops, Markets, Supermarkets, Tourist Office and Sports and Souvenir Shops.

The Small Population of Baska Voda work very hard, year round with Olives, Grapes, Cherries & Figs as well as a fair sized fishing Industry and Tourism in the Summer. The town has always lived well from Fishing and Agriculture. Baska Voda is located about 40km Southeast of Split and 10km Northwest of Makarska.

Baska Voda is Ideal for Sailor's keen to sail to the Islands of Brac, Solta, Vis, Korcula, Lastovo, Mljet or even to Dubrovnik. It is well connected with Split via a regular bus service or taxi. The town is full of history, beautiful Pine Woods and the Churches of St Lawrence & St Nicholas.

Coastline from Split to Dubrovnik Village of Hvar Franciscan Monastery, Hvar Beautiful Bay Korcula Diocletian's Palace Mountains of Tucepi Twilight Dubrovnik Dubrovnik Old Town Aerial view of Makarska The Seaside Town of Makarska The Port of Baska Voda Aeria view of the Town & Coastline, North of the Marina The Two Famous Churches of Baska Voda The Marina & Waterfront of Baska Voda The Beach at Brela, North Baska Voda The Beaches and Turquoise Waters of Baska Voda The Promenade of Baska Voda The Promenade and Small Yachts Pontoon, Baska Voda Aerial view of the Marina at Baska Voda Stara Baska Beach, Baska Voda Sunset at Baska Voda Sunset Kamen Brela, Baska Voda

Day 1

Board the Yacht and if weather and Sun permits sail to Brac and explore the Town of Milna. Great Swimming on the approaches to Brac.

Day 2

Leave early and visit Croatia’s most famous Beach, Bol. Have a Picnic ready for Idyllic Swimming and an amazing Photo shoot. Then Sail further South and spend the night on the North Coast of Hvar from the beautiful port of Stari Grad. Excellent restaurants ashore.

Day 3

Leave early and sail to Vis for Lunch, then burn some Calories with a Great Sail South East from Vis to Lastovo. Enjoy some Authentic Seafood at one of the magnificent Restaurants with Docking facilities.

Day 4

Sail to the Wonderful Island of Mljet, sail to Polace in the North or Okuklje further South. Try to arrive early to explore this beautiful Island.

Day 5

Sail Northwest on Day 5 to the Island of Korcula, claimed as the Birthplace of Marco Polo. Tie up in the Marina and explore the Old Town.

Day 6

Zig Zag Sail on Day 6, NW, then NE, then NW, then NE. Sail into the Coastal Town of Makarska. Try to find the greek Restaurant

Day 7

Sail the North Coast of Brac and Solta on Day 7, drop Anchor for Lunch and take a last Swim and Snorkel. Arrive back to Port fill up the Tanks and enjoy your last night on the Town.


Comfortable sailing for 1 week with 3 to 4 hrs most days, with some longer days. Different options available such as Skipping Brac on Day 1 and sailing straight to Stari Grad. Also Sailing from Lastovo to Dubronik, then Dubrovnik to Mljet on the way back.

Baska Voda Charter Map

Base Name: Baska Voda

Port Name: Baska Voda