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Sealine SC 29 – The Charter of Your Dreams?

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The Sealine SC 29 is a finely equipped vessel and the perfect yacht to charter around Croatia. With a total capacity of four and a separate toilet with galley, this award winning Sports Cruiser is surprisingly spacious. It also has a unique exterior with a swooping roofline inspired by racing, and it is the very first Sealine to use a stepped hull. This is also a perfect pioneer of the canvas-sliding roof, which is extremely popular today while the benefit of having a cover of a hardtop with a wide aperture feels like a blessing while sailing.

couple cruising sealine SC29 in Croatia

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Well maintained by professionals, the Sealine SC 29 provides four berths in two cabins and entering the saloon, you will immediately lead into the double under berth, which has a door leading to the upper compartment. There is the before mentioned galley, and all of these features are made possible as the Sealine SC 29 has a very generous length which creates more space below deck and horseshoe of dinette moved forward. Equipped with modern navigation equipment such as a steering compass, and the Raymarine RC435 GPS/Chart Plotter, the Sealine SC 29 is also the most convenient and safest yacht charter to cruise the passages of Croatia.

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If the truth is told, Croatia has a lot more to offer than meets the eye and with exotic ports, stunning sunsets, impressive landscapes and the ultimate travel companion, there is little wonder as for why it is so popular. At the same time, there is something genuinely wonderful about the simplicity of sailing around Croatia on a yacht charter and the opportunity to see one of the most beautiful places on Earth on a truly unique vessel.

Attractions to visit while sailing around Croatia

Along with a seemingly endless stretch of coastline, Croatia continues to charm visitors one year after the other with dazzling waters, must see ancient towns and more than a thousand islands for to explore on a yacht charter. Each of its towns carries a fascinating history which dates back to the medieval times, and when you combine this with an Adriatic coastline littered with undiscovered coves and beautiful islands, you are guaranteed an unforgettable experience sailing in Croatia. Yes, chartering a yacht around Croatia is now one of the most popular ways to experience the Mediterranean and a suitably traditional approach to witnessing the Illyrian, Roman, Christian, Austrian and Venetian empires that have left their traces of their cultural impression.

Croatia is an awe-inspiring destination which never fails to delight visitors with a sublime mix of historical views, natural beauty, cuisine, and sightseeing. In this sense, Croatia is worth a visit by any means possible, but a yacht charter is still the most exciting way to see the many attractions you can explore while sailing around Croatia:

Zlatni Rat Beach Bol

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The wide coastline of the most famous beach in Croatia and its unparalleled beauty make it one of the most admired yacht charter destinations in Europe. Take for example the clear turquoise water which glistens in the sun and knows that as soon as you leave the white powdered sands behind, you will still have the companionship of the ocean on your yacht.

Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic

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Dubrovnik is the perfect port city in which you can discover the unparalleled beauty and fascinating history next to ancient walls and winding alleys. Although ancient in every way, Dubrovnik is still overflowing with terraced restaurants, quaint café’s and modern amenities to make the traveler feel comfortable.

Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo

aerial view of Korcula island in Croatia

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This hidden gem sits in between Mljet and Hvar. A unique island with narrow streets leads to the ancient squares and churches, the hidden paths and small coves appear from nowhere as you sail along the coastline.

Trogir, Fortress City of Dreams

Trogir riviera in Croatia on a sunny day

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This is a must-visit after the delights of nearby Split and Dubrovnik. It is interesting to note how some people are getting lost in the maze of alleys, which opens into picturesque and timeless courtyard restaurants and shops.

Split, Excellent Port Built

yachts docked in Split harbor in Croatia

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This is one of the best places to pick up a yacht charter, but also an amazing destination to explore on foot. It is an astonishingly preserved Roman City, with a lot of history and culture to offer while the sparkling blue to green waters mixed harmoniously to the orange tones of the roof of the city buildings.

The Island of Hvar

yachts sailing to Hvar island in Croatia

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The oldest town in Croatia, Hvar is an enchanting island infused with ornate Gothic design and a lively capital. It boasts glistening waters and luscious pine trees, but there is not any one thing which makes this a must see while sailing around Croatia – you simply must experience it for yourself.

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