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      Sailboat Charter Pula

      Pula is a city located in the south of Istria, Croatia, known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and beautiful natural landscapes. It is one of the oldest cities in the Adriatic region, with a history dating back to ancient times. It was an important Roman port known as "Pietas Iulia", and today numerous ancient artifacts and monuments are preserved, such as the Arena, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheaters in the world. This city attracts tourists with its Mediterranean charm and old-money vibe. 

      Pula Arena

      Why choose Pula for your sailboat adventure? 

      Natural beauty: Istria is known for its beautiful landscapes and crystal clear sea. While sailing from Pula, you will have the opportunity to explore hidden coves and beaches, such as beach Klančac in Brseć or beach Luka in Rakalj. 

      Variety of destinations: Pula is located on the east coast of Istria, which means that you have access to many interesting destinations. You can explore the coast of Istria with its picturesque towns such as Rovinj and Poreč, or head to more remote destinations such as the Brijuni Islands or Kvarner.

      Favorable weather conditions: The climate in Istria is usually mild with warm summers and mild winters, creating ideal conditions for sailing throughout the year. In summer, you can expect stable winds that will complete your sailing experience. 

      Does chartering a sailboat in Pula require a license? 

      Before you embark on your sailboat and set sail from Pula, familiarize yourself with the licensing requirements and a range of rental options that suit you.  

      To rent a sailboat in Pula and throughout Croatia, you must have a valid sailing license and a VHF radio certificate. However, even if you are not a licensed sailor, Pula offers you other excellent charter options. 

      Do you want to be your own captain and choose a bareboat charter? Or are you one of those who want to fully relax, and your choice is a crewed charter? In Pula, all your preferences will be met. 

      Bareboat charter service  

      If you're a certified sailor looking to experience sailing to the fullest, a bareboat charter is an excellent choice for you. First, it's essential to check if you meet the licensing requirements and then set your course. Your tempo, your rules! 

      Skippered charter service  

      If you don't have a sailing license or simply prefer to have no worries during your sailing trip, a skippered charter is the perfect match for you! With an experienced skipper on board, all you need to do is enjoy the beauty of the dancing waves and absorb the stunning landscapes. Skippers also make excellent guides, familiar with this archipelago, ready to take you to breathtaking hidden spots. 

      Crewed Charter Service  

      A crewed charter is an experience you'll surely enjoy and remember for a lifetime. This option provides a professional crew that will cater to your needs and ensure you feel safe at all times. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to ask anything you've ever wondered about the unique features of Istria at any time. 

      What are popular sailing destinations from Pula? 

      Pula is an ideal starting point for exploring stunning destinations in Istria and the Kvarner region. From there, you can easily sail to places rich in history and culture like Rovinj and Poreč, where you'll find enchanting monuments and beautiful beaches. Additionally, Pula provides access to small, hidden spots like the island of Unije, where the sea is incredibly clean and nature untouched. We bring you a seven-day itinerary that will allow you to explore all these magical destinations. 

      Day 1: Pula to Vrsar 

      Depart from Pula in the morning towards Vrsar. Vrsar, known as a haven for fishermen and sailors and a source of inspiration for artists, is an inspiring destination that was once visited by the famous Casanova. The medieval town center, nestled on a hillside by the sea, offers stunning views of the sea and an archipelago of 18 islets from numerous viewpoints. This is a place that captivates with its beauty and rich history, attracting visitors to enjoy its unique ambiance. 

      Day 2: Vrsar to Poreč 

      Sail south to Poreč, one of the most famous tourist towns on the Istrian coast. Visit the UNESCO-listed Euphrasian Basilica and explore the old town with its numerous shops, bars, and restaurants. Have dinner at one of the waterfront restaurants and enjoy Istrian gastronomy. The main streets in the old town of Poreč still preserve their ancient shape and layout of the ancient Roman castrum. 

      Brijuni are a group of islands in Croatia

      Day 3: Poreč to Brijuni 

      Continue northwest to the Brijuni Islands, a group of beautiful islands known for their natural beauty, historical landmarks, and wildlife. Spend the day exploring the archipelago, visiting the safari park, ancient villa ruins, and Tito's white villa. 

      Day 4: Brijuni to Unije Island 

      Sail south to Unije Island, a hidden gem of the Kvarner region known for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear sea. Anchor in one of the bays for relaxing swimming. There are no cars on the island, and the village has several restaurants, a pastry shop, a bakery, a post office, and a shop, making it an ideal place to rest your body and soul. 

      Day 5: Unije Island to Mali Lošinj 

      Continue south to Mali Lošinj, one of the largest and most beautiful towns on the island of Lošinj. You can moor in Marina Losinj. Visit the Apoxyomenos Museum, stroll along the waterfront, and explore the narrow streets of the town. Have dinner at a seaside restaurant and enjoy the sunset views. 

      Day 6: Mali Lošinj to Novalja 

      Sail southeast to Novalja on the island of Pag, known for its beaches and vibrant nightlife. Visit the famous Zrće Beach and enjoy beach parties and water sports. Don't miss the opportunity to watch the sunset on one of Novalja's beaches, such as the beaches of Babe and Lokunje. 

      Day 7: Novalja to Punat on Krk Island and return to Pula 

      Continue south to Punat on the island of Krk, known for its natural beauty, through narrow streets and konobas that store good wine. You can moor at Marina Punat and set off on an adventure in this picturesque place. The area around Punt is known for its olive groves and olive oil production. 

      Rovinj is known for its vibrant arts scene, with numerous galleries

      Which winds are present in the Pula Region? 

      Pula, located on the southern coast of Istria, boasts a variety of winds and sea conditions that often influence the sailing experience. Understanding these characteristics is crucial for safe and enjoyable navigation in this area. Here is a detailed overview of typical winds and sea conditions in Pula: 

      Bura: Bura is a dry, cold wind that comes from the mainland, usually from the northeast or north. It is often present in Pula, providing stable and favorable sailing conditions. Its strength can vary. 

      Maestral: Maestral is a typical summer wind that blows from the sea towards the land, mostly from the northwest or west. This moderate wind often brings freshness and pleasant temperatures, ideal for sailing in the summer months. 

      Levant: Levant is a humid wind that comes from the east or southeast. It can bring cloudy weather and rain, which may affect sailing conditions. Levant is more common during the spring and autumn months. 

      Year-round sailing in Pula: Discover the best seasons to set sail 

      • March - May: Springtime brings milder temperatures and more stable weather conditions, making it an ideal time for sailing. The sea begins to warm up, and the winds are generally lighter, creating pleasant sailing conditions. 
      • June - August: The peak sailing season in Pula, characterized by warm temperatures, clear skies, and steady winds. This period offers perfect conditions for cruising along the Istrian coast, with warm waters and consistent winds. 
      • September - November: As summer transitions into autumn, September and October offer excellent sailing conditions with slightly cooler temperatures and fewer crowds. It is ideal for exploring the islands and coastal towns of the region. 
      • December - February: Late autumn and winter bring cooler temperatures and occasional storms, making sailing less frequent. However, for those seeking a peaceful experience, this time offers a chance to experience the charm of the region's offseason. 

      Pricing variations across various sailboat types and rental periods 

      Sailboat types 

      Our selection includes a variety of sailboats tailored to different preferences and group sizes, spanning from cozy options ideal for couples or intimate gatherings to spacious, upscale yachts suitable for families or larger events. Pricing is flexible and contingent upon the specific sailboat type and size, ensuring options to accommodate diverse budgets and preferences. 

      For specific pricing details, you can browse our collection of sailboats in Pula. 

      Charter durations 

      Whether you're looking for a short weekend getaway or a week-long adventure, we offer flexible rental durations to make everything exactly how you envision it. 

      Typically, a weekly charter is the best option because you have enough time to explore the wonderful destinations of charming Istria. 

      What's excluded from the price? 

      When you book a sailboat charter with Croatia Yachting Charter, we ensure complete transparency regarding what's covered in the rate: 


      At the start of your journey, the fuel tank is topped up. You're responsible for refueling the sailboat before returning it. The amount of fuel used varies depending on the type of sailboat and the duration of your voyage. 

      Marina charges 

      The cost of docking at the home marina is included. However, any extra fees incurred for docking at other marinas during your trip are typically not covered and should be factored into your budget. 

      Additional costs 

      Optional add-ons such as skipper services, onboard meals, or water sports gear can be included in your charter for an extra charge. These enhancements are meant to elevate your experience and can be customized to your preferences. 

      Additional services & add-ons 

      Croatia Yachting Charter offers a range of additional services and customizations to meet all your needs. 

      Yacht Provisioning: Your yacht deserves nothing less than to be stocked with the finest local ingredients and your favorite food and drinks. Our yacht provisioning service ensures the fulfillment of your gastronomic desires, allowing you to fully embrace the beauty of the sea and the excitement of sailing. 

      Charter Extras: Elevate your sailing adventure to a higher level with our diverse selection of charter enhancements. Need extra equipment? We're here to accommodate your requests and allow you to tailor your sailing adventure to yourself and your wants and needs. 

      Water Activities Equipment: There are countless exciting water activities and sports you can try at sea. From paddleboarding equipment to diving gear, we offer various options to enrich your enjoyment in and on the water. 

      Charter Packages: Choose one of our carefully crafted charter packages and embark on the sailing adventure of a lifetime! Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, a family escape, or a beginner-friendly sailing course, our packages offer comprehensive and tailored journeys. 

      Explore our diverse range of additional services and customizations to create the perfect voyage tailored exactly to your desires. With Croatia Yachting Charter, your dream sailing journey comes true. 

      Set sail with the excellence 

      Our sailboat charter in Pula offers the perfect opportunity to explore the rich heritage of Istria and its world-famous, as well as hidden gems. Whether you're a passionate sailor who enjoys every wave or a traveler looking to discover stunning destinations and indulge in authentic local cuisine and fine wines, the Pula region has it all. From impressive history to picturesque landscapes, Istria offers incredibly diverse opportunities for exploration. Croatia Yachting is your ideal companion for capturing magical moments in this part of the Mediterranean. With our professional team and luxurious sailboats, your adventure in Istria and Kvarner will be unforgettable.

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