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When it comes to family-friendly coastal cruising, easy island-hopping and sublime sailing conditions, it's hard to beat a charter around Croatia's gorgeous Dalmatian islands - from the north or south.
Must see: 

No visit to Croatia is complete without a visit to The Golden Horn, considered the most spectacular of Croatia's beaches.  Find it in the village of Bol, on the island of Brac.

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Dubrovnik is a fascinating mix of architectural styles from Renaissance to Gothic and Baroque. Walk a full circuit of the walled city along the battlements to get a true sense of its geography.

Classic and chic

Sublime Croatia perfectly blends history and hip – little wonder it is one of Europe’s bareboat charter hot spots. One of the most staggeringly, scenic ports in Europe, Croatia's medieval city of Dubrovik is the base for your southern Adriatic sailing holiday. With the impressive city walls behind you, set sail to explore the southern Dalmatian coast. Here is Lokrum island and the Elafiti group with endless shallow lunch stops and clear waters, perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Head north to stroll through the historic towns and villages of Sipan with their great shopping, bars and restaurants.

The base at Kremik is a fabulous starting point to discover central Dalmatia. There are vineyards which have been producing wine for 800 years and pretty bays to see in Kremik itself before sailing north towards the scenic Kornati Islands, regarded as some of the finest cruising grounds in the world. This region is Croatia's most popular area for yachting - you'll know why from the moment you set sail. Visit the stunning islands and ancient towns of Solta, Brac, Hvar and Vis, each one full of historic wonders and charming people.