The marina Baotić is the ideal starting point for your sailing trip. The newly built marina offers a high technical standard as well as a variety of facilities and services to make your trip even more pleasant from start to finish.
Milna is the largest town on the western coast of the island of Brac. The bay where Milna is located is divided into two arms: Žalo and Pantera. Today there is a marina with 200 berths, equipped with modern facilities which offers a safe berth and service to sailors from all over the world.
Komiža, on the island of Vis, is a typical Mediterranean town with small streets and alleys, dense buildings around the port and a multitude of beaches.
The mild climate makes Komiza an ideal holiday resort even during the winter months. The city harbour has 30 berths. There is also a gas station in the port. We recommend a visit to the Blue Grotto Modra Spilja, located on the island of Bisevo, five nautical miles from Komiza.
The city of Vis is located on the northeastern side of the island of Vis. It is situated in the southwestern part of the large bay Uvala Svetog Jurja and the offshore island of Host and the peninsula of Prirovo are particularly well protected from the open sea. Within the bay there are smaller anchorages at Kut and Stonac. Beautiful beaches can be found in eastern direction at the lighthouse Stončica.
Palmizana Bay is located on the north side of the island of Sveti Klement and is about two nautical miles from the town of Hvar. In the bay there is a marina with 190 berths, which is only open during the summer months. On the south side of the same island there is a beautiful bay where you can anchor.
Vrboska is characterized by the two parts of Pjaca (eastern and western part). The typical Mediterranean architecture is inviting, with small houses on both sides of the canal, which are connected to the houses of the old town and were built during the Renaissance in Gothic and Baroque style. The old churches on one side of the canal and the villas on the other give this place a special charm. Although Bura and Jugo can be felt inside the bay, the boats are protected. Strong Jugo causes strong waves (in exceptional situations waves up to two meters high) which hit the harbour at high speed. The anchorage is located in the outer part of the port in the north of the bay. During the Bura it is recommended to dock in the harbour.
Stari Grad is located in the northern bay of the island of Hvar. During a Buras boats can be safely docked in the bay Zavala and Tiha. During a Jugo we recommend Gračište, Sv Ante and Maslinica. Take the opportunity for a walk in the picturesque streets of this beautiful city.