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Croatia Small Ship Cruises 2023

We are specialists in luxury small ship cruises in Croatia and are dedicated to providing unbeatable service to every one of our valued guests. Our modern fleet is the most luxurious and newest in coastal Croatia. Our small ships have a guestlist of just 38 clients, and we visit the very best destinations in Croatia. Get in touch today to find out more about cruises along the Croatian coastline and islands.

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Croatia Yacht Charters

Discover the finest yachts available for charter in Croatia. Our selection includes the best builds, the most experienced crews, and the most competitive rates of the season.

  • Lady Gita Yacht

    Lady Gita Yacht

    • Length49.26 meters
    • Built/Refit2019
    • Cruise Speed10 knots
    • Guests12
    • Cabins6
    • Crew9
    Charter Price From $87,760
  • Rara Avis Yacht

    Rara Avis Yacht

    • Length33 meters
    • Built2018
    • Cruise Speed10 knots
    • Guests12
    • Cabins6
    • Crew6
    Charter Price From $56,790
  • Gulet Morning Star

    Gulet Morning Star

    • Length27 meters
    • Built/Refit2021
    • Cruise Speed8 knots
    • Guests12
    • Cabins6
    • Crew4
    Charter Price From $21,680

Croatia Catamaran Charters

With our Catamaran charters, you can indulge in a lavish and unforgettable sailing experience, cruising along the breathtaking coastlines of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia.

What Our Clients Say

Why drive when you can sail

Big thank you to the team at Cruise Croatia for putting us on such a beautiful ship and along with skipper Ivan. We loved the Kornati islands, swimming off the back of the boat and getting away from the hussle and bustle in Split.

Kathy Johnson from New York

A tick off the bucket list

Its going to be very hard for future vacations to live up to this one. Brand new boat, exceptional crew, stunning islands, hugely entertaining fun. Our first covid trip and boy did it live up to expectations. Great job Muno and Julian.

Bobb Barnett from San Diego

Would go again anytime, just an amazing trip

The cruise director, Captain and crew were friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. The ship and facilities were just beautiful. The planned stops and tour guides made the cruise truly unforgettable. Loved everything including our fellow passengers

Ruth McCarthy from Omaha


Frequently Asked Questions

What currency is used in Croatia?

Croatia adopted the Euro in January 2023. For payment of all purchases on shore and on board the ship, Euro is required. It’s recommended that you take sufficient Euro with you to cover the cost of meals and drinks on some of the smaller islands of Croatia.

In the city of Dubrovnik and the towns of Split and Hvar, you can use credit cards and also withdraw funds from ATMs. However, credit cards are not accepted on board the ship. Your Cruise Manager can direct you to local currency exchange offices and ATM machines.

Do I need a visa for Croatia?

Visitors from America, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand do not require a visa to travel to Croatia. Guests from South Africa however, do require a Schengen visa to enter the country. Before you leave home for your luxury Croatian cruise, please ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months and that your visa is also valid, if this is required. Travel insurance is also your responsibility.

What are the tipping customs in Croatia?

It’s customary to give a gratuity as a voluntary way of showing satisfaction and appreciation for the good service that the crew provides. Tips are not included in the price of your cruise. At the end of the cruise, the captain will leave two envelopes in your cabin – one envelope for the crew, and one for the Cruise Director.

We suggest that you leave a tip of:

Ship Crew – between €15-20 per person per day

Cruise Director – between €6-8 per person per day

Please note tips should be paid in cash only.

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