Definitely, the major number of boats can be rented in Central Dalmatia. Instead of being full of marinas also the biggest part of charter fleet is located in that part of Croatian coast. Zadar, Biograd, Šibenik or Split can be your starting locations and wherever you go, you won’t make a wrong decision. In Pag, you will be able to taste the cheese of Pag, one real, native Pag delicacy. Beautiful Telašcica is located on Dugi otok with 25 beaches, but it would also be nice to visit small islands, such as Ist or Premuda, where there is impossible to arrive by car, so the silence and peace are guaranteed. You should definitely visit NP Kornati, and sail through channel of Šibenik towards Skradin. That would be a perfect opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking view from the deck of your sailing yacht, gulet or catamaran. There is also NP Krka near Skradin. But, if you decide to enjoy nightlife of Hvar, don’t forget to visit the islands of Paklinske, where you will find 20 small islands with plenty of coves perfect for anchoring and swimming. The Zlatni Rat (the Golden Cape) on Bol or the Modra špilja (the Blue Cave) on Biševo, and Lastovo or Vis – all of that waits for you in the Central Dalmatia. There are plenty of marinas everywhere, including the largest marina in Europe – the one in Sukošan. Marina in Biograd could be a perfect option for you if you want to be in the center of all happenings, because it’s situated in the heart of Biograd. Wherever you decide to go, by chartering a boat in Dalmatia, you definitely won’t make a mistake.