Gay sailing Croatia

Check out some examples of sailing areas where we plan our organised group cruises. We can also organise your own tailor-made sailing cruise in these or other areas in the Mediterranean, with and without a gay (naturist) skipper.

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Croatia | Dalmatian coast | Kornati islands to Dubrovnik

Sail along the Dalmatian coast​

The beautiful sailing area along the dalmatian coast between the Kornati islands and Dubrovnik is known for its towns and islands, some part of the UNESCO world heritage. Sailing from the marina in Split, Trogir or Zadar gives access to the Kornati islands national park in the North or the surrounding islands South South-East towards Dubrovnik. The various towns are all very picturesque such as Hvar with its castle on top of the mountain with a fantastic view (that is worth the hike!). Several islands are green with usually plenty of bays to choose from for anchoring. Opposite Hvar is the naturist island Jerolim, which is popular with gays for its nude beaches.

During the summer season, winds can occasionally be strong.

Islands and places to visit on the South-Eastern route are Solta, Brac, Hvar, Lastovo, Korcula and Mljet or the beautiful Kornati islands that are part of the national park with places like Primosten, the waterfalls and Sibenik on the way to the North.

Skippers note: Croatia is known for its liberal attitude towards naturism, so nude sailing is no issue here.

Best time
May to early October

​Average daily cruising distance
10 - 25 NM | 2 - 5 hours

​Mooring fees
Apply mostly in marinas and national parks and are by average 5-10 Euro per person/day. Such fees are sometimes also charged in bays outside national parks.

Croatia | Istria

Istria's coastline​

Sail along Istria’s azure coastline. The North Adriatic is an attractive sailing area, not only for its beautiful harbours and natural bays, it is also known for its idyllic fishing villages, rich cultural heritage, truffles and quality wines. A popular sailing destination is the Brijuni islands National Park. It is quieter and less crowded than the southern region of Croatia. Famous yachting destinations include the towns of Pula, Porec, Rovinj and the Kvarner islands of Krk, Losinj, Rab and Pag.

During the summer season, winds are usually not very strong.

Islands and places to visit in this area are Pula, the beautiful Brijuni National Park, Cres, Losinj and Dugi Otok.

Skippers note: This is a new and very interesting sailing area that we will explore in 2019.

Best time
May to early October

​Average daily cruising distance
10 - 25 NM | 2 - 5 hours

​Mooring fees
Apply mostly in marinas and national parks and are by average 5-10 Euro per person/day. Such fees are sometimes also charged in bays outside national parks.