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Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
Gulet aborda
From: 14.600€/week
Split
16 people
Famous for its gourmet meals prepared by a renowned chef, Aborda is the ideal choice for slightly larger groups that are after a culinary journey.
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Gulet gardelin
Gulet gardelin
Gulet gardelin
Gulet gardelin
Gulet gardelin
Gulet gardelin
From: 15.500€/week
Zadar
14 people
A spacious and luxurious sailboat that will enthrall every family with its state-of-the-art amenities and various sports equipment for the perfect holiday.
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Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
Gulet adriatic breeze
From: 18.000€/week
Split, Šibenik, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Trogir
10 people
Built in 2017, the Adriatic Breeze gulet is a modern vessel with all the amenities one needs for a relaxing cruise and even features a fishing license.
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Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
Gulet linda
From: 16.000€/week
Split
14 people
As one of the most popular gulets in Croatia, Linda likes to leave a lasting impression on its visitors, persuading them to return several times.
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Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
Gulet andeo
From: 19.800€/week
Split
10 people
Dubbed the shiniest gulet in Croatia, Anđeo is a sight to behold with its classy style of teak and mahogany, proving itself as a gulet of maximum comfort.
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Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
Gulet sea breeze
From: 19.000€/week
Trogir
12 people
Book your spot on one of the most modern gulets in Croatia, equipped with spacious cabins and living spaces where you will find tons of entertainment.
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Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
Gulet bonaventura
From: 13.400€/week
Split
10 people
No other gulet knows the Dalmatian waters as well as Bonaventura, a comfortable 5-cabin vessel with all the amenities you need for a comfortable cruise.
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Gulet luna
Gulet luna
Gulet luna
Gulet luna
Gulet luna
Gulet luna
Gulet luna
From: 23.540€/week
Split, Šibenik
18 people
Seemingly a traditional gulet, there aren’t many gulets that can boast such a number of unique amenities, starting with a hot tub on the deck and nine cabins.
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About Croatia Gulet

Croatia Gulet offers comfortable and even downright luxury gulet cruises in Croatia. With years of experience in the travel industry, we pride ourselves on providing tailor-made experiences for our clients, taking them on a journey to explore the Adriatic coastline on board one of our top-of-the-line gulets.

Croatia boasts one of the most incredible coastlines in the world, with its crystal-clear waters, stunning natural landscapes, and over a thousand islands to discover. Along the coast, you’ll find cultural landmarks that speak to the country’s rich history and unique blend of influences.

Imagine exploring the ancient city walls of Dubrovnik or visiting the impressive Diocletian’s Palace in Split. With a gulet charter in Croatia, you have the freedom to explore different locations and islands, discovering hidden coves, secluded bays, and other breathtaking gems.

At Croatia Gulet, we believe a gulet cruise is not just a holiday but an entirely unique experience. We are passionate about providing our clients with the highest level of service, ensuring that every aspect of their trip is tailored to their needs and preferences.

Our team of experienced professionals is available 24/7 to provide support and assistance before and during your trip, ensuring that your experience with us is nothing short of exceptional.

We help our clients find the perfect gulet that suits their preferences, offering a range of sizes, commodities, and styles at your disposal. Our team can advise you on planning your itinerary based on your preferences and recommend the best locations, landmarks, and even specific restaurants to visit. 

By doing a gulet rental in Croatia with us, you can sit back, relax, and let us take care of everything.

Skim our extensive list of the most stunning destinations to visit on your gulet cruise in Croatia, and start planning your dream gulet holidays with Croatia Gulet today. 

Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or an adventure with friends, we can curate your perfect package. Inquire now to book your gulet charter in Croatia and experience the trip of a lifetime.

Hassle-Free
Convenient and comfortable tour organization — we handle all the logistics and activity-planning while you are having the time of your life.
Completely Customizable
Flexibility is our middle name — whether you want more or less, or just beyond ordinary, we’ll make it happen.
Expert Crew
Our friendly crew and professional guides know the local waters and terrain and are trained to make this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity both safe and enjoyable.
Trusted by Many
We are a financially protected company, fully bonded and insured, keeping your money safe and allowing you to travel with confidence.
Unbeatable Support
Our 24/7 customer support is where we show our passion, bringing you a better experience by making your well-being our number one priority.

Things to know

If you are unable to find a gulet that meets your requirements on our website, don’t worry, we are here to help. Our team of experts is constantly working to update our database with the latest and best options available. However, if you still can’t find the gulet that suits you, please don’t hesitate to contact us and let us know your preferences. We will do our best to find an alternative option that meets your needs and provides you with the best possible cruising experience.

On a gulet, safety is a top priority for both children and adults. Experienced captains navigate routes based on wind direction to ensure a comfortable ride, and gulets have safety equipment like life jackets, throwable flotation devices, and medical kits. Gulets also have a wooden or inox rail to prevent falls, and some have safety nets. Children can play safely in the super saloon during cruising, and parents should always follow ship rules and keep an eye on their kids. In the rare event of someone falling overboard, the crew is trained to handle it, but prevention is key. Remember, safety always comes first!

Yes, you can sleep outside on the deck of a gulet, and it is a must-do when cruising with a gulet. Imagine anchoring in a quiet bay after dinner and relaxing under the stars. Just make sure to bring extra blankets and clothes, as nights can get cold. Talk to your salesperson and captain about gulets with large deck spaces and routes with more natural bays and a mild climate. Remember, safety is always a top priority.

Yes, it is possible to change group members during a gulet cruise, but it is essential to inform the captain beforehand. It will require some maneuvering in organizing the route, but it is not impossible. The destination of the port where people change must be settled in advance, and our customer support experts will be happy to tailor the route to your liking. Just inform your sales expert, and he will do his best to take all your wishes into consideration.

Embarkation usually starts around 4.00 PM or 5.00 PM, and the ship will embark from the port after settling in. The crew will prepare you a welcome drink and your first dinner. Disembarkation takes place after breakfast, latest until 9.00 AM or 10.00 AM, depending on the gulet and destination. The captain will dock at your port of check-out one day earlier or, according to your wishes, stay in a bay nearby away from crowds.

Yes, most gulets have mobile broadband internet, but not satellite-connected, and coverage can be limited in remote areas. In Croatia, coverage is about 80%. Downloading videos or streaming movies is not recommended due to internet limitations. Prepaid internet sim cards are available, and many harbors, restaurants, and bars offer free internet in Croatia. Some deluxe gulets have satellite connections, but this is rare and should be arranged in advance.

Gulets have classic European 24 V / 220 electrical sockets, making it easy to plug in devices such as hairdryers and mobile phones. However, since gulets are not always connected to the electric power plant, it is essential to be mindful of power usage. Some gulets have more generators and are better equipped with electricity, and some have solar panels. It’s worth keeping these limitations in mind when booking your cruise. Air conditioning is a significant generator user, so you need to be aware of its usage and limits. Nonetheless, feel free to plug in your devices while cruising, as you won’t run out of battery.

Gulets are primarily pleasure boats and are not built for heavy sailing. They usually sail near the coast and only enter open waters when safe. The primary goal of a gulet cruise is to explore picturesque bays, swimming spots, and islands. Most gulets have sails, but they are mainly for showing and taking pictures, and 90% of the time, the gulet will use a motor. However, if you desire to sail on a gulet, ask your sales representative for options.

The crew on gulets can communicate with guests in different languages. Although some captains may not speak English fluently, they will try their best to understand and communicate with you. Luxury gulets often have crew members who speak multiple languages such as German, French, Spanish, Italian or Russian. If you have a specific language requirement, inform your sales expert, and they will do their best to accommodate your needs.

Yes, our company provides 24/7 support during your stay on a gulet. We aim to make your cruise memorable and will try to find a solution for anything you need. It is important to inform us at least 24 hours in advance of your preferences so that the captain and his crew can take all of them into consideration. We recommend booking your gulet few months in advance, especially for high season, and we are always reachable to assist you during your cruise.

Payment with credit cards is not possible on gulet charters, so cash is needed to buy provisions for your gulet cruise. Extras like water sports or private marinas also need to be paid in cash. ATMs are easily accessible but have limits on withdrawals and fees. Payment with credit cards is possible in most luxury restaurants and bars, but it’s important to check with local establishments in more deserted or non-touristic areas to avoid unpleasant situations.

The currency you need to pay on your gulet cruise depends on the gulet you are using, as they may use their home currency. In Croatia, that is Euro. In general, it’s best to ask your sales representative about their payment options. ATMs are available everywhere in Croatia, but there may be differences in withdrawal fees and currency conversions. Payment with credit cards is also an option in more touristy areas, but not on gulets.

Gulet cruise expenses depend on the food package. In Croatia, half-board is common, and dinners onshore will require some money, but the amount of food on the gulet will be significant. Prices of drinks on the gulet are usually the same or cheaper than onshore bars. Tipping in Croatia is acceptable but not mandatory, and it is usually around 5% to 10%. It’s recommended to make a budget as expenses depend on personal choices.

Yes, you can change the route during your gulet cruise, but the captain has the final say. Before the cruise, you will discuss the route options with the captain based on your preferences, weather, and other factors. Once you are on the gulet, you can modify the route, but safety is the captain’s priority, and they will ensure that the route changes are safe. It is recommended to trust the captain’s expertise and let them take care of the rest to enjoy your cruise to the fullest.

Yes, you can choose to anchor in quiet natural bays overnight, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Firstly, you need to consider the weather and listen to the advice of your experienced captain to ensure safety. It may also be difficult to find secluded bays during high season, and there is an expectation of quiet after midnight. If you plan a big party, let the captain know in advance to avoid any potential issues. Anchoring in bays is a great experience for morning swims and dinners under the stars, but it’s recommended to talk to your captain and arrange to have dinner instead of lunch if you choose a half-board package.

Yes, the route can be tailored to your liking. When finalizing your cruise, you can describe your preferences, such as whether you prefer swimming and sunbathing or more active activities, staying in ports or bays, and being organized or going with the flow. The route planning will be done together with you and the captain, taking into consideration your gulet and its possibilities, the number of cruising days, your interests, and weather conditions. The captain will also guide you through the next day’s plan and make adjustments if needed, as long as it is safe and realistic.

The availability of water activities on a gulet depends on the vessel, so it’s important to discuss your preferences with your sales expert beforehand. Most gulets have basic equipment on board, but if you have specific requests, it’s best to mention them in advance. Water sports can be arranged and delivered to you if not available on the gulet, and local providers are also an option. Additional charges may apply for activities and equipment. The customer support team is always ready to help you plan an exciting and active gulet cruise.

Gulets can sail, but they are not built for heavy sailing. Their main domains are pleasure and relaxation. Some gulets do not even have sails, and crews are not always keen on sailing. However, if the winds are strong enough, you may be able to sail, and it can be a fun and memorable experience. Some gulets are better suited for sailing than others, so it’s best to mention your interest in sailing to your sales expert, who can help you find the right gulet for you.

After signing the contract, a 50% payment of the boat rental price is required to secure your gulet cruise. The remaining 50% can be paid 60 days before the charter date. It is important to comply with the payment conditions to avoid any issues or cancellation of the charter.

In the event that a charterer cancels their reservation, the deposit paid for the gulet rental is non-refundable. Additionally, if the charterer cancels the reservation, no payment will be refunded. We highly recommend that charterers carefully consider their travel plans before making a reservation to avoid cancellation fees.

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