Charter a Rental Boat in Dubrovnik


Dubrovnik is a city in the southernmost part of Croatia, Administrative center of the region (Dubrovnik-Neretva County), and the most popular tourist destination in Croatia. Historically, Dubrovnik has a huge significance for Croatia, as a commerce center, and a port trough out its history. Dubrovnik was its own republic, or Republic of Ragusa, “Ragusa” being a historical Dalmatian and Latin name for the city. The Town shined the brightest during the 15th and 16th centuries when, boosted by a highly developed maritime trade, and diplomacy, it achieved a high level of development, both in structural and cultural sense. The luxurious nature of Dubrovnik, makes it a “magnet” for celebrities, so it’s not unusual to spot a movie star walking around on your visit. This Iconic Croatian city, and its famous landmarks, are used as a filming site for King’s Landing, from the Fictional HBO hit show Game of Thrones.

About Dubrovnik

Today, Dubrovnik is a strong Tourist destination, with a huge number of tourists visiting every year. Best known sites in Dubrovnik are Its walls and forts, used for the defense of the city in its Renaissance days. One of the highlights is the Sponza Palace, a 16th century relic, used as storage of National Archives. Certainly the most known site in Dubrovnik, are its walls.


Thick walls, 2 kilometers (1.24mi) in length are perfectly kept, and maintained for tourists to experience this Mediterranean gem as it was in its glory days.

Stradun, a famous street inside the city walls and the St. Blasius Church and Square are the absolute must to see in Dubrovnik. St. Blasius, or “Vlaho” is the Patron Saint of the City, and a symbol of Dubrovnik’s Catholic culture, and history, celebrated 03.02. Dubrovnik, and the celebration of its patron saint, are listed in UNESCO

Nautical world

Dubrovnik is widely known as a yacht destination. As a part of Dalmatia, it’s crystal clear waters, many islands, and beautiful coastal scenery, make it perfect for a charter destination.Visit Korčula, and the Mljet national park! See the second largest walls in the world and eat the best seafood in Ston!

With over 70 000 guests, charter is a strong component in Dubrovnik tourist structure. In Dubrovnik, it’s possible to hire a great number of boats, at any size, and a wide range of prices.