Your Adriatic charter might begin on Montenegro’s breathtaking Bay of Kotor, where the medieval city of Kotor sits nestled at the end of the fjord, tiny chapels sit on idyllic river islands, and the superyachts gather at the ultra-luxury marina of Porto Montenegro
Back on the steep Adriatic coast, upscale party town Budva and the exclusive islet of Sveti Stefan attract a jet-set crowd, while just a short cruise northwards is Croatia, where a Dalmatian islands yacht charter begins beneath the mighty city walls of UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik.
Swim in the twin lakes of Mljet Island, an earthly paradise of deep pine forest and blue-green coves and explore the splendid Venetian old town and rolling vineyards of Korčula.
Glamorous Hvar cannot help but enchant with its boutiques, beach clubs and blissful lavender fields, while no visit to Croatia is complete without a day anchored off Bol Beach on Brac, where a thin strip of beach extends far out into the vivid turquoise sea.
In Split, you will explore the awe-inspiring Diocletian’s Palace quarter and spot the film sets of Game of Thrones, while nearby, the tiny island city of Trogir stuns with its Renaissance palaces and streets paved with marble.
To the north, the captain will set course for the dreamy Kornati archipelago, where vast sea cliffs tower over the yacht and strikingly beautiful coves are yours for the taking. After this wild and quiet place, the ancient Dalmatian capital of Zadar is a bustling metropolis of modern art and restaurants, and from here you easily can head inland to see the magnificent UNESCO-listed emerald waterfalls at Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
For party people, the beaches of Pag are like nowhere else, as you gather in beach clubs in a surreal lunar landscape of parched white rock and blinding turquoise sea. And finally, in the city of Pula in the north, discover a mighty Roman stadium towering over the city, where gladiators once fought lions on the blood-soaked sands.
An Adriatic yacht charter is a feast for the senses, where you can walk the high walls of Dubrovnik, dine in exotic garden courtyards of orange trees and date palms, and dive off the back off your superyacht into cool, blue-green water. Whether you want to mingle with the A-list on a roof terrace in Hvar or white-water raft through the wild mountains of Montenegro, the Adriatic truly has it all.