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YACHT CHARTERS WITH CHARTER NAVIGATOR
We invite you to take advantage of the tried and tested charter yacht reservation system, Charter Navigator, which exists on the market for over 10 years. You will find here numerous locations, since we cooperate with over 600 shipowners worldwide. The most popular are yacht charters in Croatia, due to its beautiful landscape, relatively simple access, excellent conditions, as well as the base for sailing. Towns, such as Zadan, Dubrovnik or Trogir are known to almost every sailor. Croatia is also the best destination for sailors who begin sailing at the sea, since a very large number of small islands allows you to feel like in the lakeland, where we do not lose sight of land while sailing. Of course, very rich infrastructure improves the quality of sailing, but unfortunately due to this the costs of mooring a yacht in Croatian marinas are relatively high. For sailors who enjoy greater challenges, we offer yacht charters in Greece, where the wave is usually bigger, marinas are modest than in Croatia, but prices are much lower.
Great directions of cruises in Europe are also bordering on Croatia - Slovenia, Montenegro, as well as Italy and increasingly popular Turkey. Among colder countries, we recommend Norway, full of fjords and for those looking for challenges on tidal waters - England, Ireland or Scotland, and from the Baltic states Poland, with beautiful sandy beaches.
For those looking for warm, but also more exotic seas we can offer yacht charters in Cuba, the Caribbean and the Seychelles, as well as in Thailand and New Caledonia.
In order to check all the directions of sailing, please go to the list of available locations or just use the charter search engine. Our prices are identical, and often lower than official prices offered by shipowners. If you have a custom inquiry or want to receive an individual offer, please use our inquiry form.
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A rocky landscape, a Mediterranean climate, islets covered with pine forests, and towns full of hidden gems of architecture – all of this, along with the marinas at the world quality level, make Croatia a perfect destination for holidays under the sails.
Greece is a country with a hugely varied coastline with many islands. It owes its favourable climate and high sun exposure to the fact that it is located in the most southern part of the Balkan Peninsula. Almost all Greek islands provide perfect conditions for holidays and water sports.
It is a lovely country located on the Iberian Peninsula in the Southwest Europe. A warm climate and unique tourist attractions make Spain a hugely popular holiday destination. A chance to organize a variety of water-related events and activities is one of the most interesting forms of leisure available to tourists here.
Thanks to their natural diversity, the Balearic Islands are unique and unearthly beautiful. What makes them so exceptional are a wonderful climate, idyllic cays, beautiful beaches, bustling marinas and towns, picturesque coasts, mountainous landscapes, and a whole mixture of various cultures: Spanish, Italian, French, and Turkish.
It is a place where summer lasts all year long and the sun shines 340 days a year. A destination with a perfect microclimate for European visitors. The warmest region in the whole Europe, where temperature in winter does not fall below 19 °C, while in the spring and summer season, due to cool oceanic currents it does not go beyond 30° C. The Canary Islands are so diverse that they will satisfy all sorts of preferences and interests, while their attractive and varied water region will respond to the needs of all sailors.
Turkey is not only a paradise for enthusiasts of holidays under the white sails, but also an extremely attractive destination for the people preoccupied with relics of the past, Oriental culture, and abundance of historical buildings and places of interest it hides. A feast of colours at the local market, a smell of freshly-brewed coffee, and exotic spices will always accompany travellers on the Turkish coast.
It is a special place for sailors. Great weather, pristine beaches, the azure sea, and a slow rhythm of the day…what more can a sailor need, when at the same time in Europe winter sets in? The Caribbean is simply a Sailing Paradise.
Największa wyspa na Morzu Śródziemnym (25 400 km²), leżąca na południowy zachód od Półwyspu Apenińskiego, od którego oddziela ją jedynie wąska Cieśnina Mesyńska. Wyspę zamieszkuje około 5 milionów mieszkańców. Razem z wyspami: Wyspy Liparyjskie, Egady, Wyspy Pelagijskie i Pantelleria tworzy od 1946 roku region autonomiczny we Włoszech.
Situated fabulously in the centre of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles is just perfect for all the people who want to enjoy unadulterated wildlife while on holiday under the white sails. It is commonly said that the number of shades of blue and green that one can observe on the island virtually defies human imagination. It is no wonder then that the Seychelles is commonly referred to as a “Lost Eden” or the “Islands of Love”. It is a country of never-ending good weather, wonderful beaches, and fabulously colourful atolls.
A country famous for pasta, olive oil, pizza, sun and, above all, magnificent architecture, fabulous coasts, plenty of islands, and breath-taking landscapes. A long coastline, a Mediterranean climate and well-equipped marinas each year attract sailors from all over the world.
Everyone should agree that “the three most beautiful sights in the world are a dancing woman, a galloping horse, and a ship in full sail”… heading for Bora-Bora, the eighth wonder of the world. Only such complemented words of Krzysztof Baranowski (after Honore de Balzac) can capture the beauty of French Polynesia.
Large stretches of forests, beaches, secluded coves and waterfalls – Costa Verde in Brazil is a wild, remote, and pristine place, ideal for all sailors who yearn for peace and close touch with nature far from the city hubbub and noisy holiday resorts. It is the most picturesque spot of the Brazilian coast.
Although the Republic of Slovenia does not occupy a vast territory, it abounds in attractions standard for a country several times bigger. It is worth seeing with one’s own eyes wonders of the local landscape, cuisine, architecture, as well as getting the first-hand experience of the sea breeze and great hospitality of inhabitants. Slovenia is a country that perfectly illustrates the meaning of the words “small is beautiful”.
France, which is sometimes called “the Hexagon”, has naturally delineated borders. In the south it is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, in the north – by the English Channel (La Manche in French), while in the east and west it is bordered by the Bay of Biscay and the river Rhine, respectively. This country evokes a lot of different associations… It welcomes visitors with excellent types of cheese and wine, giving them a chance to taste original dishes, admire richness of French art and culture, and visit countless historical relics, in particular medieval castles. Yet, none of...
Portugal constitutes the edge of Europe. Every year it is visited by several million tourists who come here attracted by the mild Mediterranean climate, salty Atlantic air, clean beaches, and rich historical heritage. What also makes them visit the country is the chance to relish the seafood, and savour Port wine in small cellars of some local wine taverns to the accompaniment of melancholic tunes of fado music. Portugal is a place where the Western culture intertwines with the elements from the Arabian world.
With a wide range of idyllic natural ports, marinas with hi-tech equipment, and a well-organised sailing base, Germany is a perfect destination for all lovers of water sports. The basin of the Baltic Sea abounds in islets, Dutch straits, ports, beaches, as well as old towns and fishing settlements.
Als ein Juwel des Mittelmeers, es ist auch ein Zentrum der erstaunlichen Kontraste, wo die arabischen Tradition sich mit großen christlichen Reliquien und moderne Marinas vermischen mit historischen Denkmälern im Hintergrund.
Belgium is commonly associated with chocolate (its origins are traced there) and hundreds of types of beer, which will be appreciated by many lovers of this beverage, as well as with original lace, admired by every woman with a non-banal style. Above all however, Belgium is known for its beautiful inland sailing lanes which are perfect for an unforgettable barge cruise during which it is possible to admire this worldwide unique medieval architecture.
In the past, people used to say that if someone has once been to Ireland, he will never forget it. It turns out that to say that of Ireland is by no means an exaggeration. The Green Island, as it is commonly called, is associated mainly with the wildlife, the Celtic past, an intriguing and diverse culture, lively music, and obviously whisky and Guinness, Ireland’s most popular beer. The Ocean, tides, a longwave trough, a varied coastline and moorings with buoys all make a cruise around Ireland an instance of genuine sailing experience and an unforgettable adventure.
Scotland is a country of magnificent castles, historic forts, and mountain lakes. Its landscape abounds in numerous breath-taking uninhabited places with a distinctly mysterious atmosphere.
England is a perfect place for all canal barge enthusiasts. To all lovers of historical adventures a cruise on the river Thames will be an enrapturing experience. Abundant majestic historic buildings, medieval cathedrals, and atmospheric towns blending in with beauty of wildlife create here an unusually picturesque landscape.
Islandia to dziwny kraj pełen ludzi, którzy wierzą w elfy, wulkanów (także czynnych), owiec i przepięknych, surowych krajobrazów.
The Netherlands is a country commonly associated with wooden windmills, tulips and lots of fun. It is also a paradise for all canal barge enthusiasts since almost 20% of its whole territory is cut by sailing routes. It is good to know that sailing on barges is a very attractive pastime which does not require any licenses! However, the Netherlands has also access to the sea with a range of sailing routes and wonderful views of the wildlife spreading ahead. Perhaps they are not as exotic as those in warm countries, but it does not have to mean that they are less interesting to watch… The...
Whether You are after a luxury seaside resort or seek refuge from civilization, the Bahamas, which offers a combination of these two worlds, is just what You are looking for. Discover the brightly blue sea, glittering beaches and richness of beautiful anchorages in this paradise for sailing holidays. This long chain of islands will tempt You with its abundance of flora and fauna as well as perfect conditions for practicing water sports.
Belize is a place visited by those tourists who look forward to holiday repose on amazing coasts and islands of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a destination of all water sports enthusiasts, Mecca for scuba-divers and a reservoir particularly for fishers and sailors. Its location was best described by the writer Aldous Huxley, who once wrote: “If the world has any ends, [it] would certainly be one of them. It is not on the way from anywhere to anywhere else”... And yet, it is worth coming here.
“At the moment of the creation of our planet, the most beautiful merging of land and sea occurred at the Montenegrin seaside”. These words, uttered by the poet George Byron, seem to best describe Kotor port, our new charter base, situated in small yet beautiful Montenegro.
Amazing landscapes, crystal clear air, sheltered beaches, and the coast guarded by skerries comprise Scotland’s main assets. There is no better place for sailors in summer. Numerous archipelagos and fairy-tale exoticism imbued with the pine scent guarantee peaceful rest and personal contact with nature.
Norway is a country associated with severe fjords and waterfalls that flow down along their vertical walls, skerries, islets, virgin forests and unadulterated nature. Perfect for those who want to leave the hubbub of an everyday life behind and get back to nature. There is no better way to explore this wonderful country than by sailing.
Thanks to Thailand’s location, most of its regions which enjoy the greatest popularity among tourists are accessible from the sea, which makes the country one of the most interesting and exciting places to sail to in the world. The blue sea, the irregular coastline, and picturesque islands make Thailand a true paradise for all sailors.
It is right from here that the most beautiful scents in the world take their origins. Pink peppercorn, carnation, freesia, vanilla, or ylang ylang comprise major notes of luxury perfumes. In addition – the sun, amazing beaches, coral reefs, and abundant flora and fauna, 85% of which occur exclusively in Madagascar.
Northern America, and in particular the United States, is a perfect sailing destination. Spreading over a vast territory, it has long and very irregular coasts: east on the Atlantic and west on the Pacific Oceans. Undoubtedly, sailing possibilities here are almost endless.
British Columbia is one of Canada’s provinces with a wide range of attractions for sailing travellers. Countless places of interest, numerous charter bases, unique flora and fauna all create an undoubtedly amazing and fascinating basin. It is a corner of the world salvaged from destructive influence of human civilization, which is definitely worth marking on the sailing map.
The Republic of Cape Verde, a virtual “Shangri-La” on the Atlantic Ocean, still remains a place situated off the beaten track, where few tourists come. Thanks to this, it is possible to get a taste of a tranquil life in the bosom of wonderful nature, almost unaltered by civilization. It is an inexpensive, safe, and attractive destination.
It is a beautiful and unique island with numerous natural spots still unadulterated by tourism, fascinating culture and atmosphere, full of lively and exuberant music, a smell of cigars, and a taste of Mojito. A cruise around the hot-like-volcano island with hundreds of scenic islets is a real pleasure.
The Baltic coast and the Masurian Lake District are still one of the most eagerly visited places by Polish sailors and foreigners. Tourists are encouraged to come here by amazing beaches, interesting historical places, rich nature, unique folklore, and exquisite cuisine.
Finland is associated chiefly with unadulterated nature, magnificent virgin wildlife. It is also one of the most forested countries in the world. An extremely diverse coastline attracts tourists and sailors from all over the world. Thousands of uninhabited islands are yet to be explored. Finland is a place where You can take a deep breath from civilization.
Remote islands at the end of the world bathed in a variety of blue ocean shades. New Caledonia consists of four islands dependent on France. Discovered in 1774, they delight visitors with its exotic flora, the shining sun, and winds all year round.
It is instantly associated with the Opera House in Sydney or Ayers Rock – a sacred place to the Aboriginal people. What is really distinctive about Australia, however, is first and foremost its abundance of natural treasures: uninhabited islands, lagoons, beaches and countless islets of the Great Barrier Reef, thanks to which it is a pure heaven to all sailors.
It is a fascinating country with white beaches, the azure sea, a bustling jungle, and very friendly inhabitants. “Selamat datang” which means “welcome” in Bahasa Melayu, the national language of Malaysia, will be heard through the whole stay in the country. It is an ideal place for holidays under the white sails, when one has a chance to discover plenty of pristine nooks and crannies which offer refuge from crowds of tourists.
It is a country that has long since enchanted with its beauty. Rich tradition of the Māori, the indigenous inhabitants, and marvellous landscapes including subtropical evergreen forests, mountain ranges, hot springs, shimmering bays, hundreds of inshore islets, as well as abundant flora and fauna attract sailors from around the world.
The Maldives consists of over one thousand small islands which all seduce with the sun shining almost all year round, captivating sea world and plenty of pastimes to choose from.
Mauritius is an island which enraptures not only with beautiful landscapes, but also with rich culture shaped largely by its colonial history.
Wyspy Galapagos znane są pod wieloma nazwami. Ich oficjalne, hiszpańskie określenie "Archipelago de Galápagos", albo "Islas Galápagos" pochodzi od słowa "galápago", czyli żółw, który jest przy okazji jednym z najważniejszych mieszkańców tych wysp i jednocześnie ich symbolem. Mniej popularna nazwa to "Archipelago de Colon", nadana na cześć odkryć Krzysztofa Kolumba. Jednak najlepiej odzwierciedla charakter archipelagu określenie nadane przez kapitana Diego de Rivandeira. Uważał on, że wyspy dryfują po morzu, więc nadał im przydomek „Las Encantadas", czyli...
“A small country – a big island” seem the best words to describe Cyprus. Thanks to the mildest and sunniest climate in the basin of the Mediterranean Sea, the tourist season on the island lasts all year long, and the coastline is very diverse, ranging from rocky coves, through peninsulas, to wide, sandy beaches. It does not come as a surprise thus that Cyprus enjoys great popularity among enthusiasts of holiday adventures and lovers of relax under the white sails.
Archipelag Tonga jest jednym z najpiękniejszych akwenów żeglarskich, przyciągającym żeglarzy z całego świata. Zadrzewione i pagórkowate wyspy koralowe, usiane piaszczystymi plażami, otoczone krystalicznie czystą wodą z idealnymi warunkami do snorkelingu, pływania, opalania i przede wszystkim żeglowania. Nie jest zatem niespodzianką, że cudowne uroki rejsu na Tonga zostają głęboko w pamięci na całe życie.
Rozpoczęcie rejsu z La Paz daje możliwość wpłynięcia na "wielkie akwarium świata" - oceanu bogatego w setki gatunków ryb, 30 gatunków ssaków morskich, wiele wysp i wysepek, z których większość jest biorezerwatami. Czysta woda, bogata fauna i flora oraz ponad 300 słonecznych dni daje możliwość żeglowania przez cały rok.
What decides on the Balaton’s attractiveness and fame are high standards of the services provided, perfectly equipped summer resorts, plenty of quality leisure activities to choose from, a transport system and catering establishments, as well as a large number of marinas. It is a common picture to see sailors who sail against the winds on the lake.
Wenezuela to kraj pięknych krajobrazów i poruszających kontrastów, idealny dla przyrodników, miłośników przygód i aktywnego wypoczynku. Archipelag i Park Narodowy Los Roques to perła wenezuelskiej przyrody - wszystko za sprawą bogatej fauny i flory, przepięknej pogody, nieskazitelnie białych i czystych plaż, krystalicznej wody oraz rajskiej atmosfery. Jeżeli planujemy podróż życie, to Wenezuela jest idealnym kierunkiem i na pewno nas nie zawiedzie.
Although Denmark is not a large country, its coastline measures over 7,000 km and contains 406 islands, 278 yacht ports and a plenty of mooring stations, which all together make it a perfect destination for sailors. Magnificent fiords, cays, idyllic islets, scenic towns, and well-fried fish make the Kingdom of Denmark a place definitely worth visiting.
It is one of the countries located in the Baltic Sea basin which prides itself in unbelievably fabulous wildlife, unadulterated nature and interesting towns full of castles, forts and churches. A diverse coastline, numerous islands and islets, and a chance to visit Helsinki all make Estonia an ideal destination for holidays under the white sails.
The Curonian Spit is reason enough for visiting Lithuanian coast. This unique stretch of the coast, a part of the marine protected zone of the Curonian Spit National Park, as well as smaller resorts, such as Pervalka, Palanga, or Preila, may be a good place for a short stop on the way to Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, or Finland. The fact that you do not need to know the language or have a visa to enter the country is yet another plus that makes Lithuania even more attractive for visitors. The journey does not require elaborate preparations, either, because it is enough to get in the car or board...
Due to the fact that for a long time Oman was isolated from the rest of the world, it is yet to be explored by sailors. It is an oasis of safety and hospitality, immersed in countless colours of the world of the Orient which are perceptible at every turn. Tradition here is not the enemy of Modernity and Modernity, in turn, advocates Tradition.
Wciąż nieodkryte przez żeglarzy i turystów miejsce na wspaniałe i jedyne w swoim rodzaju wakacje pod żaglami. Jeśli szukasz czegoś niepowtarzalnego i oryginalnego, to najlepszym wyborem będzie Mozambik.
Miejsce z cudowną przyrodą, pięknymi jeziorami między malowniczymi górami, skalistym wybrzeżem oraz parkami narodowymi pełnymi niesamowitych skalnych formacji.
Japonia – kraj kojarzony z sushi, samurajami (i gejszami), uzależnieniem od komiksów i bardzo szybkimi pociągami. Archipelag wysp i wysepek ciągnących się wzdłuż wschodnich wybrzeży Azji i tworzących łuk długości prawie 3 tys. km (Japończycy utrzymują, że ich kraj ma kształt „trzydniowego Księżyca”). Z bardzo dobrze rozwiniętą linią brzegową, pełną półwyspów i zatok.