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Our Base is located in “Marina Dalmacija” the biggest marina in the Adriatic, right across from Pier No 14. The Marina is next door to the picturesque small town of Sukosan and close to the historic city of Zadar and only a short sail from the beautiful Kornati Islands.
Master Yachting’s Charter Fleet includes 50 yachts; a wide range of sailing yacths from 35 to 54 feet, Lagoon catamarans from 39 to Lagoon 620 MasterDream, a Privilege 465 and a few motor yachts. We are confident we have the right boat to match your expectations, experience and budget for a perfect sailing holiday. Count on our experience and focus on quality to help us find the right boat for you.
Our experienced, professional and motivated Team is available to you throughout your charter for any kind of service, support or information you might need. During the season our technical team is available 24/7, ready to help you with any unexpected problems, during your sailing trip.
Master Yachting Team wishes you Fair Winds!
D-Marin Dalmacija, the largest marina in Croatia, is located in a naturally protected bay, 7 km south of the ancient port town of Zadar. The marina is easily and safely accessible by modern motorway and is only 5 km far from the Zadar International Airport and this last one is directly connected to major European cities.
Being located in the center of this most beautiful and interesting coastline opens opportunities to explore one of the best cruising areas in the world. It is an excellent spot to start trips to the world of islands in the Kornati National Park as well as the southern Adria. Places such as Šibenik, Skradin, Primošten, Trogir, Split, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Mljet and Dubrovnik can be attained easily in one or two week cruises, find out more at www.marinadalmacija.hr
Diversity of 1,200 kilometres of winding coastline is also determined by the biggest freshwater lake in the country and Lake Vrana Nature Park, lovely karst river of Zrmanja and the Velebit mountain range with Sveto brdo reaching a height of 1 700 metres above sea level.
Take the highway A1, it is the main auto route that connects Zagreb with Dalmatia and it is included in the European corridors, further leads to Ljubljanja, Vienna, Budapest or Belgrade, then Istanbul or Athens. From Italy it is possible to reach Rijeka by auto route A7 that is connected to A1 at Bosiljevo.
Take the Exit > ZADAR 2/Sukošan.
Zadar Airport is at 10 kilometre distance from Sukošan. The period of intensive flights starts in April when the airport is connected with about 20 major European destinations such as London, Paris, Marseilles, Brussels, Stockholm, Oslo, Dusseldorf, Köln,Stuttgart.
Ferry conections from Ancona to Zadar and viceversa are available during summer season. The ferry route to Zadar is currently served by one marritime company, Jadrolinija.