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    Marlin 790 Dynamic RIB for rent in Split
    day$413
    12 guests

    Marlin 790 Dynamic RIB for rent in Split

    Sessa Keylargo 20 Rental in Trogir
    day$227
    8 guests

    Sessa Keylargo 20 Rental in Trogir

    Quicksilver Activ 805 Open in Trogir
    day$289
    10 guests

    Quicksilver Activ 805 Open in Trogir

    Parasailing Trips in Trogir, Croatia
    hour$56
    1 guest

    Parasailing Trips in Trogir, Croatia

    Rand Supreme 27 Rental in Trogir, Croatia
    day$671
    10 guests

    Rand Supreme 27 Rental in Trogir, Croatia

    8 People Marlin 20 Inflatable Boat in Trogir!
    day$257
    8 guests

    8 People Marlin 20 Inflatable Boat in Trogir!

    Jeanneu Merry Fisher 895 Powerboat in Trogir
    day$618
    10 guests

    Jeanneu Merry Fisher 895 Powerboat in Trogir

    Jet Ski VX DeLuxe  rental in Trogir
    day$258
    3 guests

    Jet Ski VX DeLuxe rental in Trogir

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    1. EC
      Elizabeth
      Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 cc THE BEST RENTAL IN TROGIR, KASTELA AND SPLIT

      The perfect day!!! Leading up to the trip the communication was perfection. They were flexible and answered all my questions. This was the best day of our entire European trip. The skipper was friendly, knowledgeable and took us to amazing locations. The boat was better than expected! If we return to the Trogir area we will absolutely book with them again!

    2. TA
      Tamas
      Parasailing Trips in Trogir, Croatia

      They were very mindful. And they prioritized our safety first. I would definitely suggest them.

    3. Paweł
      Paweł
      Rent 25' Atlantic 750 Open Center Console in Splitsko-Dalmatinska, Croatia

      Very profesional , good comunication . All perfect . Well recomended .

    4. VK
      Vaclav
      Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 cc THE BEST RENTAL IN TROGIR, KASTELA AND SPLIT

      The boat was awsome. Owner is very friendly.

    Boating Guide - Trogir

    Rent a Boat in Trogir, Croatia.

    If you plan on visiting Trogir for a day, you can rent a boat from Split and access the city from the water. If you’re staying in Trogir, there are many boat rental and charter options available to you. Choose from speedboats, rib boats, day cruisers, yachts, and sailboats. You can rent for a half-day or for a whole week! Explore the beaches or visit the blue lagoon on a boat tour. Sailing tourism has been on the rise in Trogir, so you’re sure to find the vessel to meet all your boating needs. The calm winds of the Adriatic make Trogir a great place to rent a sailboat. If you’ve never sailed before, there are plenty of professionals to show you how it’s done on a privately chartered tour, or on a group day of cruising. By boat, you can also explore the nearby islands of Hvar, Brac, and Vis.

    If you want to spend time boating but aren’t a seasoned boat captain, there are plenty of captains and skippers who are happy to show you around on a chartered day of cruising. They can take you to nearby islands and secret spots that you wouldn’t have found on your own!

    A unique tour you can experience from Trogir is the Blue Cave and 5 Island Safari Tour. You’ll get to explore a gorgeous, enchanting Blue Cave on a boat with a guide. The water glows blue and everything beneath the surface appears silver due to a natural phenomenon of light. From there, you’ll carry on to stunning and quiet beaches on different islands in the surrounding area.

    Calm winds, sparkling turquoise water, and sunshine make for the perfect combination for stand-up paddleboarding enthusiasts. Rent a SUP for a few hours and power yourself around the coast of Trogir.

    Fishing charters are another fun way to spend time in Trogir. The Adriatic is a beautiful backdrop for a day spent on a fishing boat. Your experienced guide will take you to the best spots to catch tuna and other fish. Enjoy the clear blue waters as you reel in a big catch!

    Watersports are popular in Trogir. If you love being active and feeling a rush of adrenaline, spend a day waterskiing, parasailing, on a banana boat, or wakeboarding. There are endless opportunities for fun and memories to make while in Trogir.

    Boating Events in Trogir

    The Croatia Boat Show takes place annually in Split and lasts for a long weekend. It showcases an impressive collection of boats. It’s a rapidly growing show due to the massive increase in sailing and boating tourism in Croatia that has developed over the past few years.

    Other Things To Do

    The Kamerlengo Fortress at the waterfront in Trogir is a definite must-see while in Trogir. You can ascend the towers and get an incredible view of the city and surrounding harbor. Take a walk around the city walls, explore the narrow alleyways and city center. The buildings in the center date from the 13th century. Stop by the Cathedral of St. Lawrence and marvel at the intricate details. Pay a visit to City Hall, also known as Duke’s Palace, and check out the clock tower and the central square it’s in.

    Marinas in Trogir

    Marina Trogir or SCT (Service Center Trogir) is the primary marina located within Trogir. It offers maintenance for all sorts of boats and is currently expanding to over 200 berths.

    About Trogir

    Trogir is a stunning historical city, located on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. It’s a well-preserved medieval city that is small enough to walk around in half a day. It has gorgeous beaches, Roman ruins, and other historical sights worth seeing. There is a range of accommodation right in Trogir, but you can also stay in nearby Split and visit Trogir for a day.

    The area of central Dalmatia is alluring to travelers from all over. The coastline sparkles with brilliant blue waters. Venture inland and you'll see rolling hills of lavender and captivating ancient towns. The port is full of sailboats bobbing in the water and the center has charming restaurants.

    Trogir has a typical Mediterranean climate. The best time of year to visit Trogir is between April and June or September and early November for the best weather and reasonable prices. The tourist season peaks during July and August, driving prices up for all visitors to Croatia. During the winter months of late November through March, it can be rainy and cold. Prices during this time will be much lower.

    The closest airport to Trogir is in nearby Split, which has daily international flights. There are buses that run frequently between the airport and Trogir. There is also a bus station with daily buses running from Zadar, Dubrovnik, and Zagreb.

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