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The Sunturist Charter charter company specializes in North and Central Croatia and is based in the heart of Northern Dalmatia at Marina Tankerkomerc in Zadar. For yachtsmen, this means very good accessibility to the boats both when travelling by car and when using air transport. Zadar is served by regular flights from many European airports in high season. There are many smaller and larger islands nearby, such as Pasman, Dugi Otok, Ugljan, and you can sail to the popular Kornati National Park, which is literally a paradise for sailors.
Bavarka and Elanka
Sunturist Charter offers almost exclusively Bavaria and Elan boats. The company is therefore a true expert in these models, repairing them and taking care of them. It uses the know-how gained by specialising in these two yards. New for 2023 are the Bavaria C 42 Maraschino, Elan Impression 43 and Elan Impression 40.1 Lady Blue.
Powerboats of various sizes
If you're not a fan of sailing, Sunturist Charters also offers plenty of powerboats. Their fleet includes the Swift Trawler 34 Blue Sky, Atlantic 37 Anita, Quicksilver 750 Bruno, Bénéteau Antares 10.80 and Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095. For those who love the stability of two hulls, Bali Catspace also offers a catamaran called Fux 4 Sail.
Most of the boats from this company have well-functioning free wifi on board. So if you have teenagers in your crew, this perk is sure to win them over.
Croatia is rightly one of Europe's top yachting areas. The yachting infrastructure here is second to none, almost everywhere you can stand at a buoy or mooring. Beginners and families with children can sail the short distances between the islands and mainland towns. There are thousands of magical harbours, islands and coves. You can find out which ones are worth a visit in the article 14 islands worth visiting by yacht in Croatia.
And if you don't know exactly where to sail and how to make an itinerary, don't despair. Join us for dolphins, diving, beaches and UNESCO sites. We've got three great weekly itineraries worth trying – The best cruises in Croatia by experience and interest. However, before you set sail, it's a good idea to familiarise yourself with the local weather. To find out what kind of winds you can expect in the Adriatic Sea and how to deal with them during your cruise, read the article The Most Common Winds in the Adriatic from A to Z.