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Boat Transfers / Rent a boat

Private boat transfers are a great way to avoid summer traffic, enjoy some wind in your hair and get to where you need to go without hassle and in style. Three of our boats can be used for private boat transfers, both local and long distance. As each of these boats is equipped with ladders, snorkelling gear and safety equipment, you can also turn a boat transfer into a half-day or full-day private boat tour.

Renting a boat for a private boat tour of the Dubrovnik area calls for a day of spontaneity, relaxation and complete privacy. Full-day boat rental includes 8 hours on the boat with a skipper, and half-day rental 4 hours. Boat tours can also be shorter or longer, depending on your preference and our availability.

The Dubrovnik region is impressively scenic and definitely worth exploring in a private boat tour. Usually, for a full-day tour, we would depart in the morning at the time of your preference, and we can pick you up from your hotel or at another meeting point. All of our boat tours are private and only for your group.

Our skippers are carefully chosen locals, English speaking and well acquainted with the region, but if you wish to learn more, you could bring a professional guide along for the day. Some of the regional highlights are listed under Destinations, and depending on your time frame, some of these can be combined in boat tours. While we can define your itinerary before departure, spur-of-the-moment choices remain the true charm of private boat tours.

Depending on your preferred level of comfort, desired activities during your day and size of your group, choose the perfect boat for your day.



If you’re looking for a more subtle version of Dubrovnik, enjoy venturing out to Cavtat, a small seaside town south of the Old Town. The ride is scenic, with the coast rugged and picturesque settlements along the seafront. For some Robinson-like experiences, stop for a swim by the islands Supetar, Mrkan or Bobara.

The Elaphite Islands

The Elaphites are an archipelago which stretches northwest from Dubrovnik and are a picturesque portion of the Adriatic, just great for a day of beach hopping, good food at local restaurants and open seas riding. Three most interesting islands include Koločep, Lopud and Šipan.


Koločep, or Kalamota

Koločep, or Kalamota as it is also called, sits 3 NM from Dubrovnik and is the first Elaphite to be reached when coming from the town. Known for pristine nature, the Pre-Romanesque heritage and a couple of resorts, Koločep also features an interesting cave on it southern shores.


Lopud (7 NM from Dubrovnik) is the second of the Elaphites, with possibly the most popular beach in the region – the sandy Šunj. This Robinson like cove is super for a dip and a drink on the beach, while the town of Lopud, on the other side of the island, attracts with a scenic waterfront and remarkable architecture, beautiful walking and hiking trails and quite a bustling summer atmosphere.



The last of the three inhabited islands in the Elaphites, Šipan, is also the furthest from Dubrovnik (cca 15 NM). With two lovely villages, Suđurađ and Luka Šipanska, and rugged southern shores, Šipan is also the place to enjoy some tasty local delicacies.



The greenest Croatian island lies 24 NM from Dubrovnik and charms with places like the sandy beach of Saplunara, Odysseus cave – where the famous Greek explorer supposedly crashed, and the beautiful Mljet lakes, sitting amidst this Croatian National Park.

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