From our Pitter Yachtcharter bases we offer you the opportunity to own your own yacht in one of the most beautiful sailing estuaries in the world and to refinance it in a buy-charter model with yield.
Following bases are available:
Veruda, our northernmost base, is ideal for those arriving by car. The airport of Pula is also only a few kilometres away. Veruda is situated at the southern tip of Istria in one of the best protected bays of the Adriatic. The marina itself is one of the most modern in Croatia, with the best facilities and a pool, so you can start your holiday from Veruda in a relaxed manner.
One should definitely also visit the old port city of Pula. Pula is best known for its old amphitheatre and many other sights from the Roman times.
The sailing estuary is very divers. Old colonial towns like Rovinj and Porec are on the itinerary as well as the Brijuni National Park or the many small islands in the South and Kvarner Bay.
The old royal city of Biograd lies in the heart of Dalmatia and is an ideal port of departure in all directions due to its central location. The island world of the Kornati islands, the Krka waterfalls and countless small islands are just around the corner. The motorway is only 20 kilometres away and Zadar airport is only half an hour away.
The lively little coastal town lies in the beautiful centre of Dalmatia and is therefore suitable for both north and south cruises. From here it goes to the nearby islands Tijat, Kaprije, Kakan Zirje, to the Krka waterfalls and even further south or north into the Kornati National Park.
Marina Jezera, located on the Murter peninsula, is a small but fine port of call. Lots of bays and lovely anchorages await you in the surroundings. Murter is also the gateway to the Kornati islands, one of the most famous archipelagos in Croatia. From Jezera there are many possibilities to choose from for a wonderful sailing holiday.
Trogir is one of the most popular cities in Croatia. Trogir owes this on the one hand to its good flight and motorway connections and on the other hand to its Mediterranean charm. The vibrant and historical city has a lot to offer in terms of culture and cuisine. Trogir is also the gateway to the south. From here you can make trips to the famous islands of Brac, Hvar, Vis, Solta, Korcula ....