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Old 18-10-2010, 20:34   #1
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Best Time to Charter in Croatia ?

I am planning a bareboat charter in Croatia for either May or September. The dates in May work out a bit better (likely mid to late May) but I could make either work. Any thoughts on the two? I will likely fly into Venice but don't have to. Any thoughts on the best way to proceed from Venice? Thanks

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Either are good dates. Water will be much warmer in September though than May.

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Methinks less risk of stronger winds in September also. You could train or bus from Venice almost anywhere down the Croatian coast.
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Zadar Airport English version | Zadar Airport ltd. - Zracna luka Zadar d.o.o. | ZADAR CROATIAis very close to one of the biggest marinas on Cratian Adritic Coast - Marina Dalmacija Marina Dalmacija.

There is no flight from Venice to Zadar, but you can check Split airport and Dubrovnik Airport Dubrovnik.

Naither has a direct flight to USA, but hava a lot of flights to Europe big airports like Frankfurt, London and so on....

Train from Venice is not a good idea because it goes all the way around (via Zagreb...). Maybe bus to Rijeka, then ship down the coast Jadrolinija Ancona - Split Ancona Zadar Dubrovnik - Bari. Ship would be very logical to me....
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I would plan on going in mid-to-late September. This way you can have warmer weather, warmer water, and less extreme winds. The later you go in September, the fewer tourists will be around. Split is a great area, but you could also consider Mali Losinj which is supposed to be a beautiful area to charter.

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