Boat tours from Trogir and Split

Private boat trips ·  No boat sharing · Flexible departure times

Browse our boat tours from Trogir and Split and book an experience you will never forget.
We have prepared plenty of predesigned daily boat tours, carefully planned to get the most out of the time on the water.
If you don’t find what you’re looking for, we also have an option to create a custom tailored tour to meet your expectations. 

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How much a private boat trip from Trogir costs?

The price of a private boat trip from Trogir is between 400€ up to 800€. The price is defined based on the distance of the desired island, because this affects the fuel required for the trip. Other factors affect the price for the boat tour too, like the size of the boat and the total size of your group. 

What is the maximum group capacity for a private boat trip?

There is no maximum group capacity for a private boat trip. However, maximum 11 people can fit per boat, depending on the size of the boat and it’s capacity. This is restricted by the law for those type of boats. If your group consists of more than 11 people, you will be forced to take 2 or more boats for your group. We have enough boats in our offer to secure a team building on the boat for a large company. 

What's included and what's not included in the price when you take a boat tour?

The price of the boat tour usually includes boat hire, captain hire, total fuel expenses for the tour, bottled water for refreshment, use of snorkeling equipment and insurance for all the passengers on the boat in case of injury. However, we’re proud to say that in our 10 years in business we’ve never had any accidents.

Personal expenses on various stops are excluded from the Price. Lunch is also excluded from the price and it is optional.
Gratuities are excluded from the price. If you’re satisfied with your skipper and you wish to reward him, this is entirely up to you.

Boat trip departure location and accessibility

Boat trips hosted by Ambis Charter departure from Trogir, Kneza Trpimira 26b – On the large dock with Trogir Lighthouse, at the start of the city beach.
If your boat trip is starting from Split, you will need to meet us on the top of the Matejuska pier in the Split old town. The address of the Matejuska pier is Trumbiceva Obala 3. 
You can also request a pick-up from the nearby locations, like Seget, Camp Belvedere, Okrug, Kastela, etc. Personalized pickup may or may not generate extra costs. 

Boat tours are not wheelchair accessible and not recommended for infants under 1 year of age. 

Cancellation policy

In the events of unforeseen circumstances, such as bad weather, Ambis Charter holds the right to cancel the boat tour. Ambis Charter can’t be held responsible for bad weather conditions which may result in the loss of time. It is our goal to provide safe and reliable services. We understand that every minute of your journey in Croatia is important, however safety is our number one priority. Custom cancel policy will be applied.

The best islands for boat tours in Dalmatia

Hvar and Pakleni islands are one of the most popular islands in Croatia and in the world of travelers. Hvar town was introduced to the world as a non stop party destination by a lot of famous people. Prince Harry established his party reputation here, while a lot of celebrities like  George Clooney, Beyonce and Jay-Z already made it one of their regular vacation destinations. For us, Hvar is still the most famous for it’s natural beauty, great food and amazing architecture. 

Vis island and the Blue cave are quite remote. It takes almost 2 hours to reach them by boat. With a fascinating history, beautiful beaches and bays and landscape spared from over tourism it is one of the islands that you shouldn’t miss if you plan to do a boat tour. 

Brac island is the third largest island in Croatia. It is most known for Bold and the Golden Horn, locally named Zlatni Rat. However, Brac is much more than Zlatni rat. Beautiful, non touristy beaches spread all over the south side of the island and the entire island is surrounded by turquoise clear water. 

Solta island, also known as the Green island is an insland near Trogir and Split, but still unspoiled by tourism. While the norh side of the island is more populated, the south side hides some beautiful, untouched bays.
Clear water, delicious domestic food and the safe position are one of the best reasons to visit it on a boat tour. 

Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali are small island near Trogir, perfect for anyone looking to escape the towns into the real of clear water, quiet and relaxation. The Blue Lagoon is only 20 minutes away by boat from Trogir, but there are also many other bays worth visiting. 

Good to know

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Dress code for the beach
  • Bringing a bottle of water is recommended
  • Boat tours require good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date, itinerary change or a refund.

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