Trogir

Yacht Charter Trogir

Idyllic Location with Long History
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Bavaria 36 Cruiser
€ 1320
Bavaria 36 Cruiser Diana

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2005
3Cabins 6 + 2Berths 1Toilets 11.4 mLength
Oceanis 41
€ 1665
Oceanis 41 Duboka

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2012
3Cabins 6 + 2Berths 2Toilets 12.38 mLength
Bavaria 33 Cruiser
€ 1290
Bavaria 33 Cruiser KATE

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2007
2Cabins 4 + 1Berths 1Toilets 10.45 mLength
Oceanis 38
€ 1650
Oceanis 38 RUSALKA

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2016
3Cabins 6 + 2Berths 2Toilets 11.5 mLength
Bavaria Cruiser 46
€ 2070
Bavaria Cruiser 46

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2016
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 3Toilets 14.27 mLength
Sun Odyssey 49i
€ 1920
Sun Odyssey 49i

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2009
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 4Toilets 15.07 mLength
Lagoon 42
€ 3360
Lagoon 42

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2018
4Cabins 8Berths 2Toilets 12.94 mLength
Elan Impression 434
€ 1630
Elan Impression 434

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2006
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13.41 mLength
Lagoon 450
€ 3870
Lagoon 450

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2017
4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 4Toilets 13.96 mLength
Lagoon 52
€ 9090
Lagoon 52

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2017
5Cabins 10 + 2Berths 5Toilets 15.84 mLength
Lagoon 42
€ 3360
Lagoon 42

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2018
4Cabins 8Berths 2Toilets 12.94 mLength
Oceanis 50 Family
€ 2580
Oceanis 50 Family

Trogir

SailingyachtBareboat2011
5Cabins 10 + 3Berths 3Toilets 14.98 mLength

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Though just a small fishing village near Trogir in Croatia, Vinisce is famous among those who have been there already for its laidback atmosphere and the lovely pebble beaches mirrored in crystal clear waters. Quiet and quaint, this place has its own marina for sailors looking for a restful vacation away from prying eyes.


General Info
This small village on the Dalmatia coast that passes its sleepy days on the beautiful bay just 12km from Trogir in the southern Adriatic, is known to sailors for its secluded location, its wonderful pebble beaches, its clean air and water and virgin nature.

Just a couple of hundred of people reside here in Vinisce, though archeological remains show that this small fishing village has been inhabited since Roman time and even prior to that. The remaining structures are Illyrian which suggests that the beauty of the area is not only enjoyed by today’s sailors, but also by the ancients.

Avant & Apres Sail
Fans of flying wil more than likely have to catch a plane to the Split International airport which is located further south down the coast, a 30km trip which shouldn’t take more than half an hour, no matter which method of transfer you and your party choose.

By land, there are bus services running from Split, to Trogir. Other locations from where you can catch one of these buses include Makarska, Sibenik, Dubrovnik and Rijeka, in other words, some of the more famous resorts along the Croatian coastline overlooking the Adriatic. The only main road in the region is route 8, but in order to reach Vidisce, you’ll have to break off at Marina.

There’s no direct ferry link, but you can catch one in Split, a major ferry harbor, linking up with many important Croatian cities and even some Italian ones on the opposite side of the Adriatic Sea.

Avant & Apres Sail
Coming to Vidisce means you have embraced the solitude and quietness that can be found in this part of the Croatian littoral. It’s not one of those resorts where you go seeking for fun and excitement; it’s just a quiet fishing village where you come to relax. That being said, there are some very beautiful medieval churches in the area which you can visit, the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Orihovica, St. Antun Padovanski in Vinisce and the church of St. Ivan built in 1332. For those culture buffs, Croatia’s cultural center, Split, is just minutes away.

The best part in visiting such a remote location which sustains itself with agriculture, fishing and tourism is that you get to experience the authentic Croatian cuisine with the freshest ingredients. There are lots of fashionable restaurants and cafes in the region which cater to hungry boatmen. Among the most ordered are the Dalmatian smoked ham, the jela ispod peke (Croatian traditional dish) and a wide assortment of fish dishes.

The nightlife is close to nonexistent, except for a few bars that don’t stay open late after dark. For those of you that are looking for some excitement, we recommend making a trip to nearby Trogir, where you’re more likely to find some late night entertainment with some other tourists.

Events & Actions
Among the most popular activity is of course sunbathing on the lovely pebble and stone beaches, many in secluded coves that are also perfect for sailing and boating. There is also a local activity that will surely appeal to foreign holidaymakers – speafishing. Of course, there are some water sports available too, like surfing.

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