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Rent a yacht in Croatia and enjoy the adventure. Available 893 yachts. 1895 yachts are available on your dates. If you are still undecided about a specific model and want to compare several boats, add the boats to the comparison list or contact our manager. Popular regions and cities: Croatia, Cres Island, Dubrovnik Region, Hvar Island, Istria, Korcula Island, Mediterranean Sea, Sibenik, Solta Island, Split, Zadar, Kornati, Istria (Pula, Rijeka) Choose among yacht types: Sailboat, Catamaran Cabins: 0-cabins, 2-cabins, 3-cabins, 4-cabins, 5-cabins, 6-cabins, 7-cabins Persons: 4-persons, 6-persons, 8-persons
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Helios | Elan 344 Impression

Jadranka Yachting

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Croatia, Kvarner, Marina Losinj, Mali Losinj
Year: 2007
Length: 33 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 8
2250 €
last minute
2250 €
- 48% 1,176
+ mandatory costs - 234 €
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Charly | Salona 35

Sail Croatia charter

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Croatia, Split region, Marina Kaštela
Year: 2013
Length: 34 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 6
2800 €
last minute
2800 €
- 53% 1,317
+ mandatory costs - 330 €
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Nina | Bavaria 30 Cruiser

Val Yachting

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Croatia, Zadar region, Marina Dalmacija, Sukosan
Year: 2006
Length: 31 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 6
2150 €
2150 €
- 38% 1,328
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Anis | Bavaria 44

LM Yachting

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Croatia, Zadar region, Marina Kornati, Biograd
Year: 2003
Length: 46 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 9
2960 €
last minute
2960 €
- 52% 1,406
+ mandatory costs - 250 €
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Cesar | Elan E4 Performance

Aquatoria Yachting

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Croatia, Sibenik, Kornati, Pirovac, Marina Pirovac
Year: 2019
Length: 35 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
3300 €
last minute
3300 €
- 57% 1,411
+ mandatory costs - 280 €
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Rim | Elan E4 Performance

Aquatoria Yachting

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Croatia, Sibenik Region, Kornati, Pirovac, Marina Pirovac
Year: 2019
Length: 35 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
3300 €
last minute
3300 €
- 57% 1,411
+ mandatory costs - 280 €
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Shark | Elan E4 Performance

Aquatoria Yachting

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Croatia, Sibenik, Kornati, Pirovac, Marina Pirovac
Year: 2019
Length: 35 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
3300 €
last minute
3300 €
- 57% 1,411
+ mandatory costs - 280 €
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Dolphin | Elan E4 Performance

Aquatoria Yachting

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Croatia, Sibenik, Kornati, Pirovac, Marina Pirovac
Year: 2019
Length: 35 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
3300 €
last minute
3300 €
- 57% 1,411
+ mandatory costs - 280 €
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Sky | Elan E4 Performance

Aquatoria Yachting

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Croatia, Sibenik, Kornati, Pirovac, Marina Pirovac
Year: 2019
Length: 35 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
3300 €
last minute
3300 €
- 57% 1,411
+ mandatory costs - 280 €
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Mataa | Beneteau Oceanis 43

Marina & Yachting

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Croatia, Kornati, Murter, Marina Betina
Year: 2011
Length: 43 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 9
3000 €
last minute
3000 €
- 52% 1,425
+ mandatory costs - 270 €
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SAPHISO II | Beneteau Oceanis 43

Marina & Yachting

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Croatia, Kornati, Murter, Marina Betina
Year: 2009
Length: 43 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 9
3000 €
last minute
3000 €
- 52% 1,425
+ mandatory costs - 270 €
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Kalypso | First 35

Pitter Yachtcharter - Nautic Alliance

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Croatia, Istra, Pula, Marina Polesana
Year: 2011
Length: 36 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 6
2890 €
last minute
2890 €
- 50% 1,445
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Fünfland | Bavaria Cruiser 34

Pitter Yachtcharter - Nautic Alliance

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Croatia, Sibenik Region, Murter, ACI Marina Jezera
Year: 2017
Length: 33 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 8
2890 €
last minute
2890 €
- 50% 1,445
+ mandatory costs - 210 €
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Gemini | First 35

Alternautika

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Croatia, Kornati, Jezera, Murter, ACI Marina Jezera
Year: 2012
Length: 36 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 6
2360 €
2360 €
- 38% 1,457
+ mandatory costs - 190 €
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Taurus | First 35

Alternautika

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Croatia, Kornati, Jezera, Murter, ACI Marina Jezera
Year: 2012
Length: 36 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 6
2360 €
2360 €
- 38% 1,457
+ mandatory costs - 190 €
Yacht details
Wilma | Bavaria Cruiser 36

Pitter Yachtcharter - Nautic Alliance

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Croatia, Istra, Marina Tehnomont Veruda, Pula
Year: 2012
Length: 37 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 7
2930 €
last minute
2930 €
- 50% 1,465
+ mandatory costs - 210 €
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Sedna | Sun Odyssey 36i

Asta Yachting

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Croatia, Kornati, Sukošan, Marina D-Marin Dalmacija
Year: 2009
Length: 36 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 8
2680 €
last minute
2680 €
- 45% 1,474
+ mandatory costs - 172 €
Yacht details
Ana | Bavaria 30

Artemida

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Croatia, Istria, Istria / Kvarner, Rabac, Rabac
Year: 2006
Length: 31 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 4
1950 €
1950 €
- 24% 1,482
+ mandatory costs - 185 €
Yacht details
Fishbed | Delphia 40

Val Yachting

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Croatia, Zadar region, Marina Dalmacija, Sukosan
Year: 2007
Length: 41 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 10
2820 €
last minute
2820 €
- 47% 1,500
+ mandatory costs - 250 €
Yacht details
Djerba | Harmony 38

Dream Yacht Charter

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Croatia, Sibenik Region, Kornati, Zaton, Šibenik, Marina Zaton
Year: 2008
Length: 38 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 8
1910 €
1910 €
- 20% 1,528
+ mandatory costs - 232 €
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Sailing holidays in Croatia, what is it like?

Sailing holidays in Croatia are a unique and unforgettable experience. Croatia's stunning coastline boasts over 1,000 islands, crystal-clear waters, and charming towns and villages steeped in history and culture. Sailing in Croatia allows you to explore hidden coves and beaches that are only accessible by boat, and to experience the Mediterranean lifestyle at its best. You can swim in secluded bays, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, and enjoy delicious seafood and local wines in charming seaside restaurants. Croatia's sailing infrastructure is also well-developed, with many marinas and harbors along the coast, making it easy to navigate and find a place to moor. There are also plenty of sailing schools and charter companies offering a range of vessels, from traditional monohulls to modern catamarans and luxury motor yachts. Overall, a sailing holiday in Croatia offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural experiences, and relaxing sailing, making it a popular destination for sailors and travelers from all over the world.

The best time to hire a yacht in Croatia is generally during the summer months, from June to September. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, with average temperatures ranging from 25 to 30°C (77 to 86°F) and the sea temperatures averaging around 23°C (73°F). This makes for ideal conditions for swimming, snorkeling, and other water activities. July and August are the peak season months in Croatia, with high demand for yacht rentals and crowded marinas. If you're looking for a more relaxed and affordable sailing experience, you may want to consider renting a yacht in May, June, or September, when the weather is still warm and sunny, but there are fewer crowds and lower prices. It's also worth noting that the weather can be unpredictable in Croatia, and sudden storms or winds can occur at any time. It's important to stay up-to-date on the weather forecast and to always follow safety guidelines and regulations while sailing.

The most budget-friendly time for yachting in Croatia is during the shoulder seasons of May-June and September-October, when the prices for yacht rentals and other services are generally lower than in the peak summer months.

Renting a sailboat in Croatia is a popular choice for those looking to explore the stunning Adriatic Sea. With its crystal-clear waters, secluded coves, and picturesque islands, Croatia offers a unique and unforgettable sailing experience. Many rental companies offer a variety of sailboats to suit different budgets and preferences, making it easy for anyone to enjoy this beautiful destination.

Choose your yacht in Croatia

For a luxurious sailing experience in Croatia, choose a yacht like the Sunseeker Predator 68. This stunning vessel offers plenty of space for relaxation and entertaining, with a spacious sun deck, comfortable lounge areas, and a fully-equipped kitchen. The yacht is also equipped with state-of-the-art navigation and safety equipment, ensuring a smooth and safe sailing experience.

Gathering your gang in Croatia

Gather your gang and head to Croatia for an unforgettable sailing adventure. Start in Split and sail down the coast, stopping to explore charming towns like Trogir and Hvar, and discovering hidden coves and beaches along the way. End your trip in Dubrovnik, where you can soak up the history and culture of this stunning city.

Plan your sailing route in Croatia

A great sailing route in Croatia would start from Dubrovnik and take you north along the Dalmatian Coast. You could stop at the Elaphiti Islands, which are known for their stunning beaches and clear waters, before heading to the city of Split. From Split, you could sail to the island of Hvar, famous for its nightlife and lavender fields, before ending your trip in the charming town of Trogir.

The winds of Croatia

Mistral (NW)

The Mistral (NW) winds are strong, cold and dry winds that blow from the northwest across the Adriatic Sea towards the coast of Croatia. These winds are common in the coastal regions of Croatia, especially during the winter months. The Mistral winds are caused by the difference in atmospheric pressure between the Adriatic Sea and the European mainland. The high-pressure system over central Europe creates a pressure gradient that forces air to flow towards the lower pressure system over the Adriatic Sea. As the air crosses the sea, it picks up moisture, which is then deposited on the eastern side of the mountain ranges, leaving the western side dry and cold. The Mistral winds can be very strong, with gusts of up to 100 km/h. They can cause damage to buildings, trees and crops, and also disrupt transport links, particularly by sea. However, the winds can also have positive effects, such as clearing away pollution and bringing fresher air to the region. Overall, the Mistral winds are an important part of the climate and weather patterns of Croatia's coastal regions, and they have both positive and negative effects on the local environment and economy.

Bora (NE)

The Bora wind, also known as the "Bura" in Croatia, is a strong and gusty northeast wind that blows down from the mountains and across the Adriatic Sea. It is a common phenomenon in the winter months in the coastal areas of Croatia, including the Dubrovnik region. The Bora wind is a cold and dry wind that can cause sudden drops in temperature and strong gusts of wind. The wind can be especially strong in the Velebit mountain range, where it can reach speeds of up to 200 km/h. While the Bora wind can be a challenge for boaters and sailors, it also provides some benefits. The wind can clear the air of pollution and bring clear skies and sunny weather. Additionally, the Bora wind can create waves that are ideal for windsurfing and other water sports. If you are planning to visit the Dubrovnik region during the winter months, it is important to be aware of the Bora wind and its potential effects on your travel plans. Boaters and sailors should take caution and check weather forecasts before setting out on the water. Additionally, visitors to the area should dress warmly and be prepared for sudden drops in temperature and gusts of wind.

Tramontana (N to NW)

Tramontana (N to NW) winds are a common weather phenomenon in Croatia, particularly along the Adriatic coast. These winds are characterized by their strength, dryness, and coldness, and they usually blow from the north to the northwest. The Tramontana winds are caused by a high-pressure system over central Europe, which creates a pressure gradient that forces air to flow towards the lower pressure system over the Adriatic Sea. As the air crosses the sea, it picks up moisture, which is then deposited on the eastern side of the mountain ranges, leaving the western side dry and cold. In Croatia, the Tramontana winds can be very strong, with gusts of up to 200 km/h in some areas. These winds can cause damage to buildings, trees, and crops, and can also disrupt transport links, particularly by sea. However, the winds can also have positive effects, such as clearing away pollution and bringing fresher air to the region. Despite their potential negative effects, the Tramontana winds are an important part of the climate and weather patterns in Croatia. They have shaped the local landscape and culture over time, influencing everything from traditional boat designs to the construction of buildings and homes. The winds are also an important factor to consider for farmers, fishermen, and other industries that rely on weather conditions for their livelihood.

Jugo (SE)

The Jugo wind, also known as the "Sirocco" in Croatia, is a warm and humid southeast wind that blows across the Adriatic Sea towards the Croatian coast. It is a common phenomenon in the fall and winter months in the coastal areas of Croatia, including the Dubrovnik region. The Jugo wind is a moist wind that can cause rain and fog, and it can also create choppy and unpredictable waves that can be challenging for boaters and sailors. Additionally, the Jugo wind can cause a rise in sea level and flooding in low-lying areas along the coast. While the Jugo wind can be a challenge for those on the water, it also provides some benefits. The wind can bring warm temperatures and a break from colder weather, and it can also create ideal conditions for surfing and other water sports. If you are planning to visit the Dubrovnik region during the fall and winter months, it is important to be aware of the Jugo wind and its potential effects on your travel plans. Boaters and sailors should take caution and check weather forecasts before setting out on the water. Additionally, visitors to the area should be prepared for rain and high humidity, and they should take care to avoid low-lying areas that may be prone to flooding.

Air temperature in Croatia
MonthMin TemperatureMax Temperature
January91
February102
March134
April178
May2212
June2616
July2919
August2919
September2515
October2011
November146
December102

Useful information about the country

What is the cuisine in Croatia?

The cuisine in Croatia is a blend of Mediterranean and Central European influences, with a focus on fresh seafood, grilled meats, pasta, and vegetables. Some of the most popular dishes include black risotto made with squid ink, grilled fish served with swiss chard and potatoes, and roasted lamb or pork with a side of sautéed cabbage. Croatia is also known for its cheese, such as the famous Pag cheese from the island of Pag, and its cured meats, such as prosciutto and kulen. Traditional desserts include fritule, small doughnuts served with powdered sugar, and rožata, a custard-like dessert with caramel sauce. The country's wine regions, such as Istria and Pelješac, produce a variety of delicious wines that pair well with local cuisine.

What is the currency in Croatia?

The currency used in Croatia is the Croatian kuna (HRK). One kuna is divided into 100 lipa. Banknotes come in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1000 kuna, while coins come in denominations of 1, 2, 5, and 25 kuna, as well as 1, 2, and 5 lipa. Some places in Croatia may also accept euros or other major currencies, but it's always best to have kuna on hand for transactions.

What kind of Yachts can I hire in Croatia?

In Croatia, you can hire a wide variety of yachts, including: 1) Monohull Sailboats - These are traditional sailboats with a single hull, ranging in size from 30 to 60 feet. 2) Catamarans - These are multi-hull vessels with two hulls, offering more stability and space than monohulls. They typically range in size from 30 to 60 feet. 3) Motor Yachts - These are luxury yachts with powerful engines, offering a smooth and fast cruising experience. They range in size from 40 to 100 feet. 4) Gulets - These are traditional Turkish wooden boats, offering a unique sailing experience with a spacious deck and comfortable cabins. They range in size from 60 to 100 feet. 5) Mega Yachts - These are large luxury yachts, typically over 100 feet in length, offering the ultimate in comfort and luxury. These are just some of the types of yachts available for hire in Croatia, and there are many different models and brands to choose from within each category.

How to get to Croatia?

There are several ways to get to Croatia, depending on your starting location and preferred method of transportation: By plane: Many international airlines offer flights to Croatia, with Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik being the most common entry points. Croatia Airlines is the national carrier and operates flights to major European cities. By train: Trains connect Croatia with neighboring countries, such as Slovenia, Hungary, and Serbia. However, train travel in Croatia can be slow and less convenient compared to other modes of transportation. By bus: Buses are a popular way to travel to Croatia, with several international companies offering routes to major cities such as Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik. By car: If you're traveling from a neighboring country, driving to Croatia can be a convenient option. Croatia is connected to several European highways and border crossings are generally efficient. By ferry: If you're traveling from Italy, you can take a ferry to Croatia's Adriatic coast, with several companies offering services to Split, Dubrovnik, and other coastal cities. Keep in mind that entry requirements may vary depending on your country of origin and the purpose of your visit, so it's important to check the latest information from Croatian authorities before you travel.

What is the Internet like in Croatia?

The Internet infrastructure in Croatia is generally modern and reliable, with high-speed broadband widely available in most urban areas. Wi-Fi hotspots can be found in many cafes, restaurants, hotels, and other public places. Mobile internet coverage is also widespread, with major mobile network providers such as T-Mobile, Tele2, and A1 offering 4G and 5G services in most areas of the country. As of 2021, Croatia ranked 61st out of 190 countries in the global ranking of internet speed, with an average download speed of 56.96 Mbps and an average upload speed of 27.55 Mbps. However, internet speeds may vary depending on your location and service provider.

What language is spoken in Croatia?

The official language of Croatia is Croatian, which is a standardized version of the Serbo-Croatian language. Croatian uses the Latin alphabet and shares many similarities with the Serbian and Bosnian languages. English is widely spoken in the tourist areas and larger cities, especially among younger generations.

The climate in Croatia

The climate in Croatia varies depending on the region. Generally, the country has a Mediterranean climate along the Adriatic coast, with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers. The best time to visit Croatia is during the summer months (June-August) when the weather is warm and sunny. However, this is also the busiest time of year for tourism. Spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October) are also good times to visit as the weather is still pleasant and there are fewer tourists.

How much does it cost to rent a sailboat or catamaran in Croatia?

The cost of renting a sailboat or catamaran in Croatia can vary widely depending on factors such as the type and size of the vessel, the season, the duration of the rental, and the location of the rental. Generally speaking, the cost of renting a sailboat in Croatia can range from around 1,500 to 4,000 euros per week, while the cost of renting a catamaran can range from around 3,000 to 10,000 euros per week. It's important to note that these prices are for the rental of the vessel only and do not include additional costs such as fuel, mooring fees, and provisions.

10 ideas of what to see in Croatia on the coast

Here are 10 ideas of what to see in Croatia on the coast

  1. Pula Arena

    This ancient Roman amphitheater in Istria is one of the best-preserved in the world and now hosts concerts, festivals, and other cultural events.

  2. Kornati Islands National Park

    This collection of over 100 islands and islets is a popular destination for sailing and exploring, featuring secluded beaches and crystal-clear waters.

  3. Zadar

    This coastal city features a mix of ancient and modern attractions, including the stunning Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation, two interactive art installations that use solar power to create music and light.

  4. Trogir

    This historic town near Split is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, including the impressive Kamerlengo Fortress.

  5. Rovinj

    This charming coastal town in Istria is known for its colorful buildings, narrow streets, and lively cultural scene.

  6. Krka National Park

    Another stunning national park, Krka features a series of waterfalls and pools, as well as historic sites like the Krka Monastery.

  7. Hvar Island

    Known for its crystal-clear waters, charming towns, and vibrant nightlife, Hvar is a popular destination for sailing and exploring the Adriatic Sea.

  8. Plitvice Lakes National Park

    Located inland but easily accessible from the coast, this stunning national park features a series of cascading lakes and waterfalls, surrounded by lush forests.

  9. Diocletian's Palace in Split

    Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient palace was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the 4th century AD and now houses shops, restaurants, and apartments.

  10. Old Town of Dubrovnik

    This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Croatia's most famous attractions, featuring stunning Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture.

Sailing routes in Croatia

Here are 5 sailing routes in Croatia:

Istria Coastal Route:

This route takes you along the western coast of Croatia, exploring the charming towns of Istria, the Brijuni Islands National Park, and the ancient Roman city of Pula.

Split to Dubrovnik:

This route takes you along the southern coast of Croatia in the opposite direction, exploring the same charming towns and stunning islands as the Dubrovnik to Split route.

Zadar to Pula:

This route takes you along the northern coast of Croatia, stopping at picturesque towns like Rovinj and Porec, and exploring the stunning islands of Cres and Lošinj.

Split to Zadar:

This route takes you along the central coast of Croatia, stopping at historic towns like Trogir and Sibenik, and exploring the Kornati Islands National Park and the ancient city of Zadar.

Dubrovnik to Split:

This route takes you along the southern coast of Croatia, stopping at charming towns like Cavtat and Ston, and exploring the stunning Elaphiti Islands and the National Park on the island of Mljet.

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With FDP (Free Deposit Pack), you have the chance to avoid a full security deposit and lock in your funds. Just pay 20% upfront (non-refundable), and experience a hassle-free journey. * The price of the FDP rises to 25% if booked less than 30 days before the charter.