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.
Southwest of Seget Donji, there are Drvenik Veliki and Drvenik Mali, known for their many pebble and sandy beaches. Drvenik is a small town with a harbour on the northwestern side of the bay of Drvenik Veliki. Beside this place smaller boats can also anchor in the small bay Grabule, which is located 0.2 nautical miles southwest. Krknjaši, located on the eastern side of Drvenik Veliki bay, is certainly a natural beauty. A turquoise water colour, fine sand and clean water make this bay one of the most famous among navigators in the Adriatic. On Drvenik Mali there is the possibility to anchor in the south bay. As the bay is open, it is advisable to leave it when the winds come up.
On the small peninsula there is one of the most charming places on the Croatian coast. A promenade runs around the entire peninsula and there are many pebble beaches. The harbour is well protected from southeasterly and southwesterly winds and ideal for anchoring (depth approx. 14-30 metres). The jetty, 400 metres to the north, is reserved for the ferry.
Skradin is a place with a small harbour on the left side, upstream of the river Krka. In any case, try the many specialties of this region, such as the skradin cake or the skradin risotto. The latter is known from the Emmy awarded show “No Reservations” of the gastronome Antony Bourdain, in which he showed how enthusiastic he is about this speciality. The entire urban core is protected as a cultural heritage. The fact that Bill Gates is a regular visitor to this place speaks for itself. Skradin is also an ideal starting point for visiting the Skradin National Park. It is a natural phenomenon with its seven waterfalls and a total drop of 242 metres. The river Krka is particularly flat on the left bank. Boats can moor in Skradin harbour. The waterfalls can only be visited by small boats.
Zlarin is a still undiscovered treasure and attracts more and more visitors every year because of its untouched nature. The port of Zlarin is protected from
the Bura and the Jugo, but exposed to the northwest winds. Large boats can moor at the jetties outside the town. Smaller boats can moor between the third and fourth jetties (facing north).
Rogoznica is a warm and quiet mediterranean place and is located at the End of the region North Dalmatia. Rogoznica is a popular destination as it offers one of the most beautiful and safest harbours in the Adriatic. Beaches in Rogoznica are mainly pebble beaches next to some rocky beaches. Each place offers a variety of bathing beaches in the numerous small bays. The Anchorage for larger boats is located in the eastern part of the bay, while smaller boats can also anchor in the western part of the bay.
Here you will find romantic bays, an evergreen nature and old villages situated in the inner part of the island with small alleys and old stone houses. The sea around the island offers ideal conditions for divers, anglers and sailors. You will certainly enjoy the regional wine, the famous honey, liquor and other specialties. The bay in which Maslinica is located is also suitable for a longer stay as it is protected from all winds. Small boats can dock along the pier, while the northern part of the pier is reserved for ferries. A good anchorage is also located south of the harbour in the Šešula bay, which is also sheltered from all winds.