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Marion - a 46ft boat for rent in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Enjoy a yacht charter for 8 guests.



8 guests




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Private boat for rent in Dubrovnik, Croatia - book the Marion yacht charter and discover sailing on for up to 8 guests in 4 very comfortable cabins. The 455 was built by Hanse in 2018, is fully equipped with all the amenities you expect, and with its length of 46ft, it is one of the best models of its range. Rent this sailboat today and enjoy a sailing trip like never before on the beautiful Adriatic.

Dubrovnik is a great starting point for your sailing holiday. Set on the southern side of the Adriatic Coast, Dubrovnik offers access to many other small islands and beautiful coastal points. Sailing the Adriatic Sea and the 1000+ islands of Croatia is one of Europe's best-kept vacation secrets and there's no better way to explore the beauty of the region and live a true holiday adventure than by yacht charter.

The Adriatic coast of Croatia is home to some of the world's most scenic islands, including Hvar, Brač, Lastovo, Korčula, Šolta, Mljet, Šipan, and Vis. These islands are host to luxurious resorts, beautiful beaches, scenic harbors, and countless opportunities for adventure, outdoor exploration, dining & entertainment, or simply to experience the rich history of the region.

Explore dramatic medieval cities, including Dubrovnik, Split, and Trogir. Visit forested national park grounds, quaint Mediterranean fishing villages, fishing grounds, and when you drop anchor, you’ll see Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque period buildings.

Croatia Islands Climate & Winds

Croatia's coastline has a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot, sunny, and dry summers. Split and Dubrovnik are among the sunniest cities in Europe during the summer, which is why vacations in Croatia sailing Split to Dubrovnik, or sailing Dubrovnik to Split, are so popular and enjoyable.

The Adriatic coast of Croatia has its own unique winds. The “Bora winds” are north-easterly and typically bring fine weather, although localized gusts can be strong. The “Sirocco winds” are warm and blow south-easterly; these winds often bring rain along the southern Adriatic coast. The “Maestral winds” circulate air from the warmer interior out over the sea and often bring very fine weather.


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Member since December 2019

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Usually, this boat operates around Komolac, Croatia. Exact location provided after booking.

From 2,150.00



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