Makarska

At the foot of Biokovo Mountain lies the Seaside Town of Makarska. The Town of Makarska is an excellent choice for those wanting to sail to Brac, Hvar, Korcula or Mljet. The Biokovo Nature Reserve is a great place for Outdoor Enthusiasts.

During the town of Makasrska's turbulent history. It has been occupied by the Turk's until 1646, then Venice till' 1797, followed by Austria, then a brief but rewarding period under French Rule. The French improved the Town's infrastructure and opened Schools for local Children.

Makarska was badly damaged in the Second World War and then hit again by an Earthquake in 1962. The Town has some very interesting ancient buildings which include a House from the Baroque period and the Ivanisevic Baroque Palace within the Old Town. On the East Side of the Harbor lies the Franciscan Monastery, which has a fascinating Shell & Snail Museum.

The Port of Dubrovnik Port of Hvar Coastline from Split to Dubrovnik Village of Hvar Franciscan Monastery, Hvar Historical Buildings Beautiful Bay Idyllic Anchorages of the Adriatic Evening Lights Korcula Korcula Split Diocletian's Palace Tucepi Port of Tucepi Mountains of Tucepi Tucepi Beach Aerial view of Makarska Makarska Riviera at Twilight The rugged Coast of Makarska The Monastery of Makarska Night Time Shot of the Port of Makarska Moored Yachts at Night Makarska Saint Mark Cathedral, Makarska The Seaside Town of Makarska Zlatni Rat, Brac

Makarska Yacht Charter

A very wide Selection of Mono Hulls and Catamarans available from this convenient location. There are good road links to Split and Dubrovnik Airport.

Name Length Currency Max Min
Oceanis 473 47ft LOA 3200 1500
M/Y Leonardo 30 Meter LOA 960 650
Lagoon 440 44ft LOA 48000 2680
Gulet Fortuna 109ft loa 19000 13500
Elan 434 Impression 43ft LOA 3080 1270
Elan 384 Impression 37ft LOA 2300 1000
Bavaria 46 Cruiser 46ft LOA 2000 1200
Bavaria 41 Cruiser '18 41 ft LOA 3000 1750
Bavaria 37 Cruiser '17 37ft LOA 2615 1401

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.

Distance

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.

Makarska Yacht Charter Map

Base Name: Makarska

Port Name: Makarska