Our Croatia Flotilla is based from Betina marina on Murter, a small island joined to the mainland by a bridge, and located approximately mid way down the Croatian coast, north of Split and south of Zadar.
This particular stretch of coast has an indented coastline with numerous towns, and villages, a selection of small populated islands just offshore, and then a few miles further out the islands of the Kornati archipelago. Overall there are probably more small islands and ports, in relatively easy reach of each other than any other similar sized sailing area in the Mediterranean.
In addition to the islands, there are two National parks, one Nature park, a number of larger tourist resorts and the cities of Zadar and Sibenik.
All the larger mainland ports have good marinas, the islands all have serviced town quays, and there and lots of bays and anchorages.
The combination of the above means that this is an excellent sailing area and is particularly suited to flotilla sailing where the obligatory daily distances between ports is usually kept to between 5 to 20 miles, allowing people to sail as much or as little as they want on each day. On shorter days, there is always a longer way round an island, making for an interesting and varied day, while those wanting a lazy day can just sail gently, anchor and swim as they wish.
For anyone wanting to go further afield and visit the larger and well known islands to both the South and North of this area, we can offer a very broad selection of yachts from the Bareboat/Flotilla Fleet and with these you are free to head off independantly at any time.
The nearest international airports are just over 50 miles away, at both Split and Zadar, and many people combine a flotilla with some other travelling around in Croatia and this is very easy to do and offers an excellent holiday.
Please use the links on the left for more specific information on the Croatia Flotilla.