Boat rental Brac, Croatia
Our small yet powerful and easy to navigate Bluline 19 boasts the 110 HP Honda engine and accommodates 6 people on board making it the perfect partner in discovering the beautiful beaches of the neighboring islands of Brač, such as Šolta or Hvar.
To ensure a comfortable ride and a pleasant day at sea, it is equipped with soft cushions, sun protective top and a bathing ladder. Lounge on a sundeck and soak up the sun to get a nice holiday tan while relaxing by the sounds of the rolling waves. Available as a bareboat or skippered charter, a skipper is available upon request so you can rest free and get into a fully relaxed vacation mode. For this rent a boat option, please keep in mind that bareboat charter requires a valid boating license.
Private boat rental Brac is a great choice for visiting secluded bays and swimming on the quiet beaches of the islands otherwise very challenging to reach. Take a swim from the boat in one of the serene coves of Brač island or discover Šolta and its untouched nature. Milna on Brac island prides itself with many blue bays perfect for relaxing. If you’re looking for more excitement, check out Supetar – the biggest Brac settlement and a bubbly town full of good energy.
The Southern side of Šolta island not far from Milna is an ideal area for spending the day lounging under the sun or swimming from the boat surrounded by the marvelous steep cliffs rising from the crystal clear blue sea.
Brač and Šolta island provide peace you will rarely find in this part of Croatia and both of the islands are equally great options for the perfect family vacation. Rent a boat to discover the islands’ secrets and create unforgettable holiday memories.
Hvar is a popular destination in Croatia for history lovers and those keen on sightseeing. Rent a boat and head out for the interesting tour to the ”Croatian St. Tropez” close to Brac island! Admire the rich Venetian architecture, climb up the Spanish fortress overlooking the town or simply enjoy the vibrant energy of Hvar while walking around the lively cobbled streets.
Choose a seaside restaurant and indulge in freshly prepared Dalmatian delicacies finished off with a scoop or two of lavender ice-cream on the bustling promenade admiring the view of the nearby islands.