Having trouble planning your sailing route? No worries we are here to help, we have a variety of routes from relaxing to advanced that you can choose from.
Here you will find the map of the route as well as information about every day stop, places to visit and attractions. For your convenience starting and ending points of all these routes is Marina Novi – Croatia which is our charter base.

Day 1: Novi Vinodolski – Rab

After checking out the first destination Rab is 30 nautical miles away. Island Rab is known for the old town of the same name, surrounded by ancient walls. The town is well know for the 4 prominent church bell towers: the Romanesque tower at the Cathedral Svete Marije (St. Mary), the tower at the ruins of Sveti Ivan Church (St. John the Evangelist). Furthermore, monastery at the 16th-century Church of St. Justine (Crkva Svete Justine) is now a museum.

Day 2: Rab – Zadar

On the second day, start sailing towards Zadar which is 43 nautical miles away. Zadar is well known for Venetian and Roman ruins in it’s old town. Furthermore, there are several Venetian gates surrounding the city which are definitely worth a visit. Also Zadar is know for great culinary scene there are all kinds of restaurants here.

Day 3: Zadar – Kornati

Day 3, 12 nautical miles away is the national park Kornati. This national park consists of 109 islands filled with unique bays to relax in and enjoy the views.

Day 4: Kornati – Ist

It’s the fourth day, 27 nautical miles away from Kornati is Ist. This island is a sight, a natural wonder in sorts which needs to be seen. This is for sure a good place to take a break from sailing and just enjoy the nature.

Day 5: Ist – Mali Lošinj

Mali Lošinj, is the place to visit on day 5 further 27 nautical miles down the route. Mali Lošinj is known for its large natural harbor. Furthermore, if you are interested in history there is The Museum of Lošinj which displays Italian baroque and modern Croatian paintings, while The Museum of Apoxyomenos displays a well preserved statue of an athlete from the 1st – 2st century B.C. which was recovered from the bottom of the sea.

Day 6: Mali Lošinj – Opatija

Final day before going back to the base just 24 nautical miles away from Mali Lošinj is Opatija. This unique city is full of historic sights, amazing sea food restaurants and many more. Some of the most interesting things to see are the Croatian Museum of Tourism and St. Jacob’s Church that dates from 16th century.

Day 6: Opatija – Marina Novi

It’s the last day, time to go home and check out. The final stretch is 22 nautical miles before you reach Marina Novi. We hope you enjoyed this route and everything you had to see. Be sure to get back on time to avoid any additional fees!