Harbours & Anchorages - Croatia Slovenia & Montenegro 7th EdWe re-visit places we enjoyed in earlier years see my charter logs to and visit others we haven't seen before; based in a mainland marina between Split and Sibenik means we can get to the boat easily from Split airport. The position in central Dalmatia offers - within a range of 20 to 90 nm - a uniquely large choice of islands, harbours and coves to go to. Sometimes you find perfectly nice places close by. The secret behind the beautiful clear water in Dalmatia is that there are hardly any sandy beaches. It might look like sand on the brochures photos, but even famous Zlatni Rat in Bol is a pebble beach. I love clear water and do not miss the sand; but to the boater it also means that the bottom can be rocky and weedy, which makes anchoring in Croatia more difficult and less safe than on coasts with a seabed of sand and mud.
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777 HARBOURS AND ANCHORAGES
The technical details of greatest interest to pleasure yachters are combined with useful information on each harbour and anchorage, including phone contacts for marinas and harbourmasters, available facilities and moorings, and provisioning. Alongside the main harbours, are charts showing solitary, little known coves. In stock. Admiralty Visual Chart Index. Weather, Tides. Astronomical Publications. Distance Tables.
JimB Sail newsletter
From 1 January Croatia has introduced a new Navigation, safety and pollution prevention fee to replace the former vignette existing vignettes will be honoured until their expiry date. The coast of Croatia and its numerous offshore islands are one of the most beautiful and expensive cruising grounds in the Western Mediterranean. Lying between the coast of Slovenia , which ends at Piran to the north, and that of Montenegro , which starts at Herceg Novi to the south, Croatia also shares additional inland borders with Bosnia-Hercegovina, Serbia and Hungary. The country has a deeply indented coastline of nearly kilometers as well as over 1, offshore islands and its mostly mountainous interior is dotted with spectacular national parks, picturesque mediaeval villages and numerous reminders of Roman, Byzantine and Venetian rule. However, it is not a cheap place to visit, with cruising and sojourn taxes to be paid on entry and substantial daily berthing charges, sometimes even when anchored.