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Kornati… a sunny labyrinth of azure sea and countless Croatian islands, and the peace of untouched nature

Zadar Archipelago

The Zadar region has the most beautiful sunset in the world, at least Alfred Hitchcock said so. Whether it’s true or not, the picture of the sun gently setting in the Adriatic Sea is an awe-inspiring, poetic sight to see. With the intense blue of sea, the lush deep greens of pine and olive groves and the pure white of Dalmatia stone, the region’s colour palette is some of the most extraordinary and unique in the world. Known for its unique mixture of Roman and Venetian ruins in the Old Town, Zadar is also one of the coolest cities in Croatia with it’s vibrant lifestyle. With a fantastic food scene the Zadar region offers a rich fusion of cuisine from Dalmatian to Italian and international taste and seafood is the real specialty.

Kornati Islands

The greatest fans of the Kornati islands are those travelling by yacht who find there what they seek the most: a sunny labyrinth of sea and islands, and the peace of untouched nature. Here, the saying ‘an island for each day of the year’ really does apply, and of the hundreds of strikingly beautiful isles. The archipelago has two national parks waiting to be discovered and the islands are full of countless paradisaical beaches where you can get lost, discover charming small towns and enjoy the exquisite Croatian cuisine. Stunning isolated bays to enjoy quiet nights at anchor, hidden restaurants serving some of the best food in the Med and a few vibrant mainland towns wait to be explored.

Sibenik Archipelago

Set amid the wild beauty of white rock and the azure sea, the Šibenik aquatorium is a yachting paradise of 240 isles and reefs. Six major inhabited islands, unmissable fortress coastal towns steeped in history and culture and one of the most significant treasures and attractions of Croatia, the National Park Krka await. A lush landscape of olive groves and vineyards, UNESCO heritage sites and locations from ‘Game of Thrones’ the area is dotted with typical Dalmatian fishing villages and fringed with quiet little beaches. In an oasis of peace and tranquillity, the spirit of the Mediterranean devours the islands surrounded by the crystal clear, relaxing and enchanting Adriatic sea.

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What type of yacht charter sailing experience are you looking for? From romantic honeymoons to intrepid expeditions, unusual adventures to trips that the whole family will love, we’re on hand to help you plan it all.

What is it like to sail in the Kornati region?

Sailing in the Kornati region is as diverse as it is beautiful. The archipelagos, national parks and mainland fortress towns are often only accessible by yacht and away from the tourist throng so you can sail in peace and explore Croatia’s beautiful coastal landscape without the crowds. The Adriatic Sea is famous for its intense blue and the incredible clarity and calmness of its waters. The best time to sail in the Kornati Islands is between April and October when a warm climate, gentle winds and a calm sea will make your yacht charter in Croatia an unforgettable experience. With a pleasant and sunny Mediterranean climate, calm crystal clear waters and friendly winds, the Kornati Islands are one of the best destinations for sailing in Croatia.

The weather in Kornati

The popularity of Croatia as a sailing destination lies as much in the ideal climate as in the beauty of its shores. The sunny Adriatic enjoys an average of 315 cloudless days a year. During the most popular chartering season between May and November, blue skies and warm weather prevail. Summer temperatures are between 26°C to 30°C, with over 12 hours of sunshine a day with gentle winds generally NW 10 to 20 knots. Sea temperature is a pleasant 24°C on a bright summer’s day.

A typical day

Enjoy peaceful mornings at anchor in a secluded bay or in a charming small town. Island hop around hundreds of islands, islets and reefs and explore Croatia’s beautiful coastline and national parks and relax among the countless paradisiacal beaches in this nautical paradise. Enjoy quiet nights at anchor, discover hidden restaurants serving some of the best food in the Mediterranean or experience some of the coolest cities in Croatia with vibrant lifestyle, historic architecture and delectable restaurants and cafes. Watch the sun gently setting in the Adriatic Sea as the warm orange colour paints a unique image in the sky.
Local Airports: Zadar or Split
  Transfer Time: 15 minutes – 1 hour
  Bases: Biograd, Sukosan, Sibenik & Primosten
  Flight Time from London: 2 ½ hours

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