NORTH DALMATIA YACHT CHARTERA2A Yachting offers yacht charter out of Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Vodice, Sibenik and Island of Murter as well as Kornati Archipelago. There are around 500 yachts located here and largest motor yacht fleet in Croatia is based in the region too.
About Yacht charter in North Dalmatia:
Sailing in North Dalmatia is one of the best experiences one can get. There are around 500 islands, islets and reefs in an area of around 50NM radius. There are virtually hundreds of possible itinerararies here. One should aim to visit tourist resorts of Vodice and Biograd, Nature Park Telascica Bay, Saharun beach on Ugljan and at least some of the islands of the Kornati National Park. Not to be missed are also Krka Waterfalls National Park, medieval town of Sibenik with its famous cathedral, lovely town of Brodarica and of course Skadar which is the main access point to Krka.
When to sail:
For sailing and motor yacht charters, the best season is from early May to mid October. During these months you can enjoy all the best of what the region has to offer. Apart from fabulous sailing itineraries amongst its spectacular islands and along the coast, you will also find numerous concerts, festivals, and other types of entertainment. Most of all you will find lovely family run or luxury restaurants, markets with fresh food and fish on display every day as well as major tourist resorts for lively nights and partying. True sailing enthusiasts will also encounter private secluded beaches and harbours for a relaxing or indeed an active day at sea. April, May and October are best times for real sailing enthusiasts, while other months are best for relaxing family adventures.
More about South Dalmatia:
Both Zadar and Sibenik region used to be seen as poorest areas of the Croatian coastline. Istria and Kvarner always attracted year round tourists, Split and Dubrovnik region have since Croatian independence become one of the best tourist destinations in the world. North Dalmatia is rapidly developing as well now and in particular nautical tourism is galloping with 60% of Croatian charter fleets being located here.
How to get here:
In addition to good flight connections to Zadar airport, North Dalmatia is fantastically well connected with Western Europe through its modern motorway network which was completed in 2002. Famous Sveti Rok tunnel and views towards the Kornati is not to be missed if you are coming by car. Rail network and Bus schedule are also offering services to this area and can be recommended.
Events in Dalmatia:
There are numerous events in Dalmatia throughout the year. The best known are certainly Dubrovnik Festival, Sinjska Alka or Split Festival of Popular Music. Below is a listing with direct links to a few more of the local events.
Trogir Summer Festival (Middle Dalmatia)
International Children's Festival in Sibenik (North Dalmatia)
Garden Festivall in Petrcane near Zadar (North Dalmatia)
Evenings of Dalmatian Chanson in Sibenik (North Dalmatia)
Electric Elephant another Festival in Petrcane near Zadar (North Dalmatia)