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Master Yachting has been chartering boats in our native Croatia for over twenty years. In addition to chartering, it offers its clients perfect knowledge of the local conditions and realities. If you have any questions about the itinerary, tips for anchoring in the area or anything else related to your cruise, Master Yachting will be happy to give you expert advice. They know Croatian waters like the back of their hand.
All Master Yachting boats depart from D-Marina Dalmacija, which is currently the largest marina on the Adriatic. This marina in the town of Sukosan, about 5 km from Zadar airport, is a great starting point for the Kornati National Park. During a one or two week cruise, you can easily reach other popular Dalmatian destinations such as Zadar, Trogir, Split, Primosten, Sibenik, Skradin, Brac, Hvar, Vis, Korcula, Mljet or even Dubrovnik.
The company's charter fleet numbers over 70 boats and offers a wide range of Lagoon 39–450 catamarans , sailboats in lengths from 35 to 54 feet (most commonly Oceanis 35.1–51.1 models, or Sun Odyssey 45), and a couple of motor boats. There is therefore a choice for almost every client, whether according to financial means, holiday style, level of experience or personal preferences. Moreover, during the high season, the Master Yachting team provides its clients with technical support and service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Lagoon 620 catamaran boasts
The pearl of Master Yachting's fleet is the large Lagoon 620 MasterDream catamaran. This one has an incredible 7 cabins and so much space you'll be looking for it. It has two wheel steering wheels, nets for lounging on the bow and huge seating in the stern where you can spend evenings with family or friends. Simply beautiful!
The diversity of the thousand Adriatic islands is fascinating. On the one hand densely populated islands with bustling resorts, on the other sleepy islands with unique dialects and cultures. Some are almost bare and unwelcoming to life, others resemble floating jungles. Divers, nudists, foodies, stamp hunters and animal lovers – Croatia has a special island for everyone. In the article By yacht in Croatia 14 islands where it pays to anchor.
If you're interested in local history, join us on a cruise to visit the magnificent Euphrasius Basilica in Poreč, the Cathedral of St James in Sibenik, the medieval centre of Trogir... In the article 9 best Croatian sights to see, we'll give you tips on what to see and where to anchor.