Seget Donji (Trogir)

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Astrea 42
€ 4800

Seget Donji (Trogir)

4Cabins 8 + 3Berths 4Toilets 12.58 mLength
Astrea 42
€ 4305

Seget Donji (Trogir)

4Cabins 8 + 3Berths 4Toilets 12.58 mLength
Elba 45
€ 5230

Seget Donji (Trogir)

4Cabins 8Berths 4Toilets 13.45 mLength
Saona 47
€ 5848

Seget Donji (Trogir)

5Cabins 10Berths 5Toilets 13.94 mLength
Lucia 40
€ 3945
Lucia 40 NALA

Seget Donji (Trogir)

3Cabins 6Berths 3Toilets 11.73 mLength

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Trogir is a charming historic town in Croatia. Its picturesque harbor, cobblestone streets, and rich cultural heritage make it an ideal destination for sailors wishing to explore the Dalmatian coast.

One-Week Sailing Itinerary from Trogir, Croatia: Discovering Dalmatian Coast Gems

Day 1: Trogir to Maslinica (Šolta Island)

Start your yacht charter adventure on Saturday evening from the picturesque port of Trogir. Set sail towards Maslinica on Šolta Island, located about 12 nautical miles away. As you glide across the sparkling Adriatic Sea, soak in the breathtaking views of the Croatian coastline. Upon arrival in Maslinica, find a cozy spot in the marina or anchor in the nearby bay, and treat yourself to a scrumptious dinner at a local seaside restaurant.

Day 2: Maslinica to Vis Island

Wave goodbye to Maslinica and head towards the enchanting Vis Island, situated approximately 25 nautical miles away. En route, stop by the magical Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Veli Island for a refreshing swim in its crystal-clear waters and a chance to play hide-and-seek with the colorful marine life. Continue to Vis, dock your yacht charter in the idyllic harbor, and explore the island's intriguing history, mingling with friendly locals.

Day 3: Vis Island to Hvar Island

Set sail from Vis Island and embark on a 15-nautical-mile journey to the glamorous Hvar Island. Along the way, drop anchor at the charming Palmižana Bay on Paklinski Islands for a relaxing swim and a leisurely lunch in a chic waterfront restaurant. Upon arrival at Hvar, secure your yacht charter in the bustling Hvar Town harbor, and immerse yourself in the island's vibrant nightlife, mingling with the jet-set crowd.

Day 4: Hvar Island to Bol (Brač Island)

Leave Hvar behind and navigate towards Bol on Brač Island, about 15 nautical miles away. En route, stop at the picturesque Zlatni Rat beach for a swim in its turquoise waters and some sunbathing on its iconic golden sands. Once you reach Bol, find a perfect spot in the marina or a nearby anchorage, and explore the town's charming streets, tasting delightful local wines and specialties.

Day 5: Bol to Stari Grad (Hvar Island)

Depart from Bol and set sail for the captivating Stari Grad on Hvar Island, located approximately 13 nautical miles away. On the way, take a break in the pristine Lučice Bay, where you can enjoy a leisurely swim, snorkel among the vibrant marine life, or simply bask in the sun. Continue to Stari Grad, dock your yacht charter in the quaint harbor, and delve into the town's rich history and culture, visiting ancient sites and museums.

Day 6: Stari Grad to Milna (Brač Island)

Leave Stari Grad behind and sail towards the charming Milna on Brač Island, situated about 12 nautical miles away. On the way, drop anchor at the serene Tiha Bay, where you can take a leisurely swim, admire the stunning surroundings, and perhaps even spot playful dolphins. Upon arrival at Milna, secure your yacht charter in the cozy marina, and explore the village's picturesque streets, enjoying delicious local cuisine.

Day 7: Milna to Trogir

On the final day of your yacht charter adventure, set sail from Milna and make your way back to Trogir, a journey of approximately 16 nautical miles. Before returning to your starting point, take the time to explore the serene Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Veli Island, where you can enjoy a last swim or sunbathing session in the idyllic surroundings of its crystal-clear waters.

Arrive back in Trogir on Friday evening, ready to return your yacht charter to the base. As you disembark, bid farewell to your yacht and crew, taking with you unforgettable memories of your Dalmatian Coast sailing adventure.

Summary Table

DayFromToDistance (Nautical Miles)
1TrogirMaslinica (Šolta Island)12
2MaslinicaVis Island25
3Vis IslandHvar Island15
4Hvar IslandBol (Brač Island)15
5BolStari Grad (Hvar Island)13
6Stari GradMilna (Brač Island)12


What are the top attractions for sailors in Trogir, Croatia?

Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a living museum city filled with Gothic, Romanesque, and Renaissance architecture. Sailors should explore the historic Old Town, including the Cathedral of St. Lawrence with its stunning portal by Master Radovan, the Kamerlengo Fortress, and the Cipiko Palaces. Also, a visit to the town's vibrant green and fish market is highly recommended.

What are some recommended marinas or anchorages for yacht charterers?

The most prominent marina in Trogir is ACI Marina Trogir, located on the northern side of Čiovo island. It offers 174 berths and is equipped with modern facilities, making it a comfortable place for sailors to dock their yachts. The marina is also conveniently close to the historic city center.

What are popular watersports activities around Trogir?

Trogir's crystal-clear waters are perfect for a wide array of watersports. Popular activities include sailing, snorkeling, and diving, with many intriguing underwater sites to explore. For those who prefer adrenaline-filled sports, jet-skiing, windsurfing, and parasailing are available.

What are the gastronomic specialties which boaters should not miss?

Dalmatian cuisine is a delightful gastronomic experience that sailors should not miss. Must-try dishes include the "pašticada," a marinated beef dish cooked in a special sauce and served with homemade gnocchi, and the "grilled fish," often caught fresh by the local fishermen. Don't forget to sample the local wines and olive oils.

Are there any special events or festivals in Trogir that sailors can enjoy?

Trogir hosts numerous events throughout the year. Sailors visiting in the summer can experience the Trogir Summer Festival, which features concerts, exhibitions, and theater performances. Music lovers should also catch the concerts of klapa music, a traditional form of a cappella singing in Dalmatia.

What are some ideal day trips?

From Trogir, sailors can embark on numerous interesting day trips. They can explore the Blue Lagoon, famous for its turquoise waters and great snorkeling opportunities, or sail to the nearby islands of Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli, known for their beautiful, unspoiled beaches. A trip to the city of Split or to the Krka National Park are also worth considering.

When is the best time to sail?

The best time to sail around Trogir is between May and September, when the weather is warm and the sea conditions are ideal for sailing. However, July and August can get quite crowded due to the peak tourist season, so sailors preferring a quieter time should aim for the shoulder months.

What wildlife can sailors expect to see around Trogir?

The seas around Trogir are teeming with marine life. Sailors can expect to see various types of fish, sea urchins, and even dolphins if they're lucky. The surrounding areas, especially the Cetina River and the Krka National Park, are known for their rich birdlife, making them an ideal spot for bird watching.


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