Split Boat Rentals
The ancient city of Split is the heart of what was once the Roman province of Dalmatia and the second-largest city in modern-day Croatia.
Thirty-two miles south of Split lies the fishing port of Baska Voda, which was named for the numerous springs in the area. After the Turks were driven from the Dalmatian coast in the 17th century, local inhabitants left the coast-lying mountains in search of freshwater and found it here. The village is famous for its pebbled beaches and dense pine forests, which attract thousands of visitors every year. Popular water sports include windsurfing, parasailing and diving.
Charter a boat and visit the nearby cities of Makarska, Sumartin, Korčula, Bol, Hvar, Supetar, Trogir, Betina, and Šibenik.