Sailing in Dubrovnik, the most southern.
The most southern base we offer in Croatia. Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage like the city Split. A destination that is very often flown from London. Dubrovnik is a popular destination for sailors who want to explore both the city and also want to sail.
Availability of yachts in Dubrovnik is often a problem but recently the range of yachts is greatly expanded. If you want to rent a bigger yacht in the summer it is advisable to book early.
Ships normally based in Split are often found here often so it is possible to book a one-way free of charge. This is an attractive option, especially if you have two weeks to sail back.
Start your sailing holiday from Dubrovnik, the most southerly city in Croatia.
Dubrovnik is a popular destination and dream of many sailors in the Adriatic. The Dubrovnik region is situated in the extreme south of the Croatian Adriatic, and offered access to a big empire in the mouth of the Adriatic Sea. Dubrovnik is a city to fall in love. The pearl of the Adriatic includes the world most beautiful architectural legacy (UNESCO). Surrounded by medieval walls and fortifications where the sea releases its waves the eternal stone beauty shines. When you move from one to another gate then you really walk from late from Romanesque and Gothic to Renaissance and Baroque.
Dubrovnik is located west of the island of Mljet. A natural wonder for every sailor in the Dubrovnik region. The special appearance will please everyone. Legend tells that Odysseus was captured on his return to Ithaca after the Trojan war by the nymph Calypso and spent seven years on the island. When you enter into the small fishing village Okuklje, located in the spiral-shaped bay, it seems that you will not find the way back. The national park covers its western part with two deep bays, which one named ‘Lakes’ because of their close access to the open sea. A lush Mediterranean vegetation, valuable monuments of antiquity, and a Benedictine monastery in the twelfth century on an island in the middle of the lake - the bay.
A good base to explore ashore is the ACI marina Dubrovnik, which is near Komolac, about 2 miles from the entrance to the port of Gruz and only 6 km from the old town. The marina has 425 berths and good facilities.
You can also fly to Dubrovnik to reach Montenegro what we think will be a top destination in the future.