Split - Trogir, Croatia Yacht Club main base

Croatia's best yacht charter base, SCT Marina Trogir

Just steps away from Split Airport is the charming little village of Trogir with its approximately 12,000 inhabitants located. Here you will find a big marketplace as well as several supermarkets where all types of groceries for your sailing trip can be bought. The village oldest part, which is an island, you will find a wide range of restaurants in the winding alleys as well as down at the pier. The village also has a cathedral, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Our main base is located in Marina SCT that was built in the year 2014. The marina has all the necessities and services needed in order to have the perfect sailing vacation and with its strategic location in Trogir, there is also the opportunity for activities around the marina. 

Starting in Trogir, you are at the perfect location no matter what your wishes are regarding your sailing week. From Torgir can choose to go north and visit the Kornati islands, go south down towards Dubrovnik or simply sail straight out into the stunning archipelago of Split. No matter what area you decide to visit, you will find everything from cities to deserted coves and be able to eat at local taverns and high-end restaurants. 

Our fleet at the SCT marina in Trogir contains both brand new and older boats ranging in size from 33-53 feet, there are a large number of boats from the major European shipyards but also some smaller boat manufacturers represented in our fleet. 

Torgir is close to Split Airport and it takes about ten minutes by our shuttle to the Marina.

 

Route suggestion south

Croatia's southern archipelago is the most visited. With the sailboat there will be an awful lot to discover whatever direction you want on your holiday. Cozy beaches and pristine coves or perhaps a more lively option with JETSET tourism, it's your choice. The common denominator is a beautiful, unspoiled nature with one of the world's cleanest water and a hospitality which leaves imprint for life. Croatia Yacht Charter have all the ingredients for a successful sailing in Croatia. We serve you with information and tips to make your trip unique and at the same time not make your wallet hollow.

Day 1 - Veli Drvenik
Trogir - V. Drvenik approximately 10nm

V. Drvenik inspiration with exciting natur, fragrant herbs and a centuries-old olive trees. Here you will find peace and tranquility for body and soul without mass tourism. A visit to Restaurant Tramontana is a must.
Tramonatana studio consists of a villa overlooking the harbor and serves as a restaurant and studio. Here you get free use of studio garden and other related facilities. The restaurant is open between 16:00 and 23:00. They serve wonderful garlic and herb smelling Mediterranean cuisine, cooked on the freshest ingredients, along with the area's wines.

We are running Studio Tramonatana
We lived in Sweden from 1969 to 2003 and are now permanent residents of this island.
Helje: Originally from Finland. Swedish educated free artist with several exhibitions of their own on Hornsgatan in Stockholm. Working with several different techniques. During the winter, she creates in her outdoor studio and in the summer, she is hostess for our guests. In the garden restaurant you can watch her works of various kinds (paintings, stone art, silk art, jewelry, natural materials, etc.).
Marinko: Trained chef and raised here on the island of Veli Drvenik. Began his cooking career at the Hotel Park in Split 1961, was offered a chef service at Stallmästaregården in Stockholm 1969. Opened his own restaurant Troll on Hornsgatan 1977 and ran it with great success in 12 years. Today he stands for everything that comes out at the plate from the kitchen and grill, all organic and freshly harvested. He laws tasty local dishes and specialties. Also manages the garden and assume its full organic production house's own wine, oliv oil, hot spiced wine and marmalades offered among the organic products in catering.

 

   

Day 2 - Milna, Brac
V.Drvenik-Milna Brac approximately 20nm

Milna west is on the part of the island of Brac. The village is at the far end of a sheltered bay and has roots to roman times, when it was carrying marble to Dikletianus emperor's palace in Split from the island of Brac. There is fine dining, quiet spots and a nice walk. The bay also has nice beaches if you do not want to swim from the boat. There are currently two marinas in Milna, modernly equipped for a comfortable stay. For those who want even more quiet, we recommend Bobovisce bay which lies just east of Milna.

 

   

Day 3 - Hvar
Milna Brac, Hvar approximately 15Nm

Something of a favorite for Scandinavian tourists. Hvar attracts much JETSET and that include a lot of people. Here you will find the trendiest spots, cafés, bars, hotels, etc, but expect a bit more expensive prices.
Good to know is that the Hvar bay is pretty full during peak season when the city attracts many tourists. One option is to fold in ACI Marina Palmizana located on the island opposite, which is a wonderful place in itself with lush charm. From here you can easily get to Hvar town with water taxi. The boats go all night during the summer season. Try also the bay Eng Nedelja located southeast of Hvar town, weather permitting. Here is a really nice restaurant that is well worth a visit.

 

     

Day 4 - Scedro
Hvar-Scedro approximately 17nm

Scedro is a lovely island with a beautiful natural harbor. Here are two fine restaurants to enjoy dinner at if you do not want to remain on board.
Scedro The island has two deep and well protected bays. In the Bay Mostir are the ruins of a Dominican monastery and a hospice for the sailor who was founded back in 1465, and was abandoned in the 1800s.
Scedro played an important role in the Adriatic maritime history, with its sheltered bays and harbors. The island offers pleasant walks, good swimming and beautiful views, especially on the western side (lovely view over Hvar high ridge especially at sunset). The climate of Scedro is slightly milder than on Hvar. Scedro is clearly worth a stop on the voyage.

 

   

Day 5 - Vis Komiza
Scedro-Vis Komiza approximately 30nm

A really cool place. Rogoznica is a cozy fishing village that lies at the foot of Mount Hum. On the east coast of the bay where Komiza lies are big sand and pebble beaches (Gusarica, Nova Posta, Velo ŽALO). The special atmosphere on summer evenings is enhanced with performances of harmony-singing groups and children's choirs in the coastal area, promenade or in one of society's local restaurants. Until 1989 the island was military. Tourists were not allowed to disembark on the island.
Vis, with its lobed coast is virtually untouched. The island is unexplored and cozy.

Bisevo island located southwest of Vis has a blue grotto - Modra Spilja. Here the water has beautiful shades of light that seeps into. There are guided excursions to the cave if you choose to visit during slightly more orderly circumstanses.

 

   

Day 6 - Solta
Komiza-Solta approximately 25

This long streched island is a true altitude aromatic area, with a wonderful natur that sailors loves ... Coves, islets, lush and green environment is competing for your attention. A clear favorite of the route is a cozy cove called Sesula. Whole Solta is only 52 square kilometers in area. Solta was a popular vacation spot for the Roman nobility. In many of the island's most beautiful places one can still find the ruins of Roman villas.

 

   

Day 7 - Port

Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.

Routesuggestion north

Trogir position makes for the perfect starting point in the middle of Croatia's most interesting sailing area. The port is an ideal base for sailing in the North Dalmatian archipelago, including Sibenik archipelago and the wonderful National Park Kornati, which is a pure paradise for sailors. In equally comfortable distance lies the larger islands off of Split; Hvar, Brac, Vis and Solta. In one week there simply isn't time to include both, but you can always choose one route and take the second one later. The difference between the routes are mainly due to the difference in landscape of the islands and ports. Islands near Split are larger and more inhabited, with small, cozy towns and major ports with rich culture and history. They also have a wider choice of restaurants and cafés, etc.
Sailing to the north of Kremik means sailing in the archipelago between islets and small islands. The area is mostly uninhabited with the exception of a couple of smaller communities. There are plenty of good anchoring bays and piers with fixed moorings. Almost all of the better coves have a cozy tavern serving delicious specialties.. The area has no fewer than two national parks, Krka and Kornati. In 2009 a ticket to the Kornati park was 250kn when pre-purchasing at Marina Kremik (it is more expensive when purchasing directly at the park). Here you can enjoy great sailing and swimming while spending time together with your family and friends.

Day 1 - Opat
Trogir - Opat approximately 35nm

Opat is located on the southern tip of the island of Kornat in the Kornati archipelago. Opat is a wonderful place with a cozy tavern serving great food and fresh seafood being their speciality. Most taverns along the coast serve very fresh, organic and traditional food.
There is a good bay for anchoring and a berth with fixed moorings.
Croatia Yacht Club guests enjoy the following privileges:
- An advance reservation call including the name of the boat.
- No port charges (provided that the crew eat at the local tavern in the bay)
- Free entrance to the National Park.

 

   

Day 2 - Zut
Opat - Zut ca ca 15Nm

Zut is a nautical paradise and one of the islands in the Kornati archipelago. IT lies between the islands of Pasman and Ugljan (which is linked to the mainland). Zut is a long, narrow island and covers an area of nearly 15 square miles and is at most 2 km wide. The highest point is 172 meters above sea level. The island is steep and has a retracted, protected coastline, which is characterized by the sheltered bays Luka Hiljača, Sarušćica, Yellow, Bizikovica and a few less. From there, it feels far to all the amenities and you get the feeling of being on a  Robinson island. Zut is covered with olive, fig trees and vines and has no permanent settlements. The island is regularly used throughout the year by fishermen, small-scale livestock farmers and olive and fig pickers from the island of Murter second Kornatiöar. Zut island has a lovely marina, complete with a good taverna, Restaurant Festa.

Croatia Yacht Club guests enjoy this privilege:
- Pre-order berth call the night before to provide the boat's name
- Free port charges (provided that the crew eat at the tavern)
- Free National Park fee

 

   

Day 3 - Telelasica bay
Zut-Telelasica bay 10nm

Telašćica, is a nature park named after the bay which is located in the southeastern part of Dugi Otok. The bay is about 8 km depth of 1.6 kilometers wide. In Telascica bay are 25 large and small coves, bays, 5 islets. Thanks to its location it is well protected against Gulf storms. Telašćica is one of the largest and best protected bays in the eastern Adriatic coast. It consists of three parts separated by narrower. These three elements are Tripuljak, Farfarikulac and Telašćica. The greater part of the bay bottom is covered with groups of marine flowering plants, marine habitats, and an extraordinary rich wildlife which is essential for the reproduction of many fish species. In view of the beautiful nature we suggest dinner on board.

 

   

Day 4 - Ravni Zakan
Telascicaviken-Ravni Zakan approximately 18nm

Ravni Zakan is a real dream place. Nature is enchanting beauty. A beautiful little island with mini-communities on the southern and northern sides. On the north side, the tavern "Laurus" with small buoys that bob outside, where you can moor the boat.
On the south side is also a restaurant which is the largest in Kornatiarkipelagio. This restaurant is well visited by cruise ships and can be quite full during the summer months. The food is absolutely excellent (but quite expensive).
Our guests can pre-book a berth and pay no dues if they eat at the restaurant. However, national park fee must be paid here.
 

 

   

Day 5 - Kaprije
Ravni Zakan-Kaprije approximately 17nm

Have you seen the Oscar-winning movie Mediterraneo? Would you like to spend some time on a small forgotten island in the middle of now where. The only thing that exists on the island is a small sleepy fishing village that miraculously resisted any development in tourism signs. Kaprije is an island which one is difficult to describe with words. Incredibly beautiful and innocent, especially during early spring and late autumn, when the Adriatic sea is empty of tourists. Totally amazing to wake up in a place as the Nozda bay. Almost so that you yearn for a much more primitive world and a life greater proximity to nature.

 

     

Day 6 - Zirije
Kaprije-Zirije approximately 20nm

Having cruised around the Kornati and the Sibenik archipelago, it is time to end the island trip with a visit to the island Zirije. Here is the beautiful bay V. Stupice. V. Stupice is a good anchor bay. There are also solid even buoys that can be used freely. The bay is a wonderful natural harbor with excellent protection and natural beauty. A perfect end goal. In the bay there is a restaurant where one can eat typical, homemade Mediterranean cuisine. Dining experience is not great why you might skip a visit if you do not have to. Sit in the boat and enjoy the food you make yourself insted. The wonderful environment is of course free of charge in any case.

 

   

Day 7 - Port

Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.

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Name: Fifty Shades, Sunrise Home ports: Trogir, Marina SCT Beds: 10+2+1
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Lagoon 39 -15 (Trogir)

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