The region’s main attractions are the royal city of Šibenik, a pearl of cultural heritage with a site of UNESCO world heritage – the Cathedral of St James, the most significant architectural accomplishment of the 15th and 16th centuries on Croatian soil and the Krka National Park founded in 1985 for the protection of the travertine cascades and waterfalls, canyons, lakes and islands, and the flora and fauna of the most famous karst beauty of Croatia, the River Krka.
Yacht charter in Šibenik offers various opportunities for sailors. Skippered yacht charter is a very popular choice among tourists who want to visit National park Kornati, the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean. Of course, if you feel up to the challenge, book a bareboat. Novice sailors can practice sailing near Murter island. Speaking of, Murter and Obonjan islands are a must-visit destination for young (at heart).
When you're done with partying and island-hopping, charter a catamaran or a motor yacht to get some rest on so many special islands: Krapanj – the island of divers and sponge farming, Zlarin – the island of coral farming, Prvić – the birthplace of the inventor of the parachute, Murter – the island with the museum of wooden shipbuilding and Žirje – the distant off-shore island with approximately 12 km of roads and two marked cycling routes. Or sail along the coast and book a berth in charming little cities like Primošten, Skradin, Tisno, and Vodice.