Boat rental and boat trips in Trogir
Ambis Charter

Explore the islands near Trogir using new and modern rental boats.

Rent a boat or Book a boat trip with Ambis Charter

Ambis Charter is a speed boat charter and your boat rental expert based in Trogir, Croatia. Our boat rental offer consists of boats scaling from 5 to 10 meters that can fit every budget and meet every requirement. A wide selection of speed boats available for bareboat charter or, if needed, with a professional captain. One of our goals is to constantly improve our boat rental service, therefor any of our boats can be rented outside of our base in Trogir.

We specialize in organizing private boat tours from Trogir and boat tours from Split to the surrounding islands. Grab your opportunity to join us for a relaxing day cruising in Trogir archipelago. Whether you are looking for a well planned private boat trip or planning a special occasion, we are there for you. Celebrate a birthday, bachelor or bachelorette party or do the team building to the secluded beaches. You are in safe hands (and boats).

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Boat transfer

Request a speed boat taxi from Trogir or Split to the surrounding islands – Hvar, Brac, Solta, Drvenik and reach your desired destination on a fast, reliable and comfortable boat ride.

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Good to know before you decide to rent a boat in Trogir

How much it cost to rent a boat in Trogir

The average cost of renting a boat in Trogir costs around 300€/day. The average weekly rental price is around 1600€/week. Season period, boat size and equipment greatly affect the price.

Do you need a skipper license to rent a boat in Trogir?

While some street vendors rent 4hp small boats without asking for the boating permit, if you want to rent a bareboat in Trogir you need to have a valid skipper license. If you don’t have a skipper license, you can hire a skipper. The skipper is an English speaking local professional, who knows the area very well. Therefore, he can show you the secret bays around Trogir to escape the crowded beaches. 

How much does a skipper cost to hire per day?

The skipper costs 100€/day. This price can vary in case there are special requirements. 

Where can you go with a boat from Trogir?

Trogir is a port town in Croatia. It is often visited merely as a daytrip destination. However, Trogir is much more than that. It was founded in the 3rd century BC as the Greek colony. Trogir old town is under UNESCO heritage because it is the most preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in the entire Europe. Well developed port for motorboats makes it a perfect starting point for your boating vacation. Split airport lay on the outskirts of the town while Split town is only 25km away.

Split is the largest city in Dalmatia. Besides the amazing history, culture and gastronomy it also offers a great nightlife. Split is a boating destination for motorboats, catamarans and yachts. In the center of Split old town lays the main port. However, this area is restricted for mooring a boat. Matejuska pier is usually the meeting point for most of the boat tours.

Ciovo island is often considered to be a suburb of Trogir because of the proximity and bridge connection. However, the south side of the island offeres some beautiful bays that can be reached by boat, like the Duga bay, Labadusa and Uvala Krusica.

Drvenik Veli is located only 6 miles from Trogir and it is one of the most popular islands to visit, while Drvenik Mali is another mile away. Popular swimming spots like the Blue lagoon and Vela Rina are only a short boat ride away.

Solta island, also known as the green island has some beautiful bays and villages to visit. Maslinica, Rogac, Necujam and a shipreck of Kontesa, Stomorksa, Gornja Krusica are perfect destinations on the safe side of the island. While the undevoleped south sides offers some hidden gems like Poganica, Tatinja, Stracinska and Travna. However, those might be more suitable for more experienced sailors. 

Brac island also has a lot of fishermen villages on the seaside. Milna town on the way to Bol and the Golden horn is a perfect stop.

Hvar, Pakleni islands, Vis and the Blue cave can also be reached from Trogir.

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