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Full-day regatta sailing across Zadar’s archipelago

Spend a full-day sailing through Zadar’s archipelago towards Dugi otok island. Feel the sea breeze, explore idyllic bays and jump into the refreshing crystal clear sea. Learn the basics of sailing and become master of waves.

DATES: by appointment


Sabuša is a sandy beach situated on the west side of Ugljan island. It is perfect for kids because it is quite big sandy shore with warm and clear waters.

Dugi otok is the longest island in Zadar’s archipelago. The name means Long island and it is 43 km long and just 4 km wide at its narrowest point.

Sali is the administrative and municipal center of the Dugi otok. It is the most inhabited village and a place with long fishing tradition. Many olive trees in Sali are 700 years old. It has official “Lazy spot” located at the end of village. You can sit down at the marked spot an spend your time watching people pass by and do nothing, as the name says itself.


START: 10:00 am
END: 6:00 pm
Duration: 8 hours

Your skipper will welcome you at the port in Sukošan in front of gas station at 10:00 am. From there you will sail towards Dugi otok. You will pass under 18 m high bridge that connects two islands in Zadar’s archipelago – Ugljan and Pašman. From there you will sail further along the west coast of Ugljan island and you will stop in Sabuša beach. This sandy beach is situated at uninhabited and somehow isolated side of island and it is perfect getaway from crowds. Swim in warm and shallow waters in sandy bay surrounded by pine woods.
After short pause in Sabuša you will continue sailing to Dugi otok. Around 12:00 pm you will arrive to Sali village and you will have some free time until 3:00 pm.
In Sali you can swim and snorkel using equipment provided in boat, or you can try fishing as locals do. Later, around 1:00 pm you can go to nearby restaurant to have lunch. It is recommended to try Croatian cuisine, fish or meat platters and to taste local wine.
If you are into exploring, you can take a walk around the village. Sali has a thousand year old fishing tradition and culture. You can visit its parish church with wooden altar from the 17th century and Glagolitic transcriptions. If you are lucky you can even spot musicians performing “Tovareća mužika” or Donkey music. Locals are dressed in traditional fishing clothes and they go through the village playing simple, rhythmic melody performed on various kinds of drums and old irons filled with pebbles.
At the end of the village you will find the official “Lazy spot” where you can sit and relax by doing nothing.
Around 5:00 pm you will depart from Sali and sail back to Sukošan Marina.
At 6:00 pm you will return to the boarding dock in Sukošan and this tour ends.

PRICE: 920,00 HRK  or  125,00 EUR per person

For child up to 12 years old (25% discount) 735,00 HRK  or  100,00 EUR

Notice: minimal number of 6 people is required for this tour and maximal number is 10 passengers


  • sailing with regatta sail boat
  • a skipper
  • fishing equipment
  • snorkeling equipment
  • fuel (in case of unfavorable weather)
  • insurance
  • VAT


  • meal/lunch and beverages
  • transfer to Marina Sukošan
  • personal consumption


Type of a sailing boat: Justin Ten (regatta sail boat)
Length: 9,9 meters
Maximal No. of passengers: 10
Cruising speed: 5,50 M

SKIPPER: licensed and experienced English speaking skipper
appropriate for adults, kids more than 6 years old and seniors
WHAT TO BRING: swimsuit, towel, sun cream, lightweight jacket, bottle of water, cell phone or camera, money and your ID



Transfer pick-up can be organised directly from your accommodation to Marina Sukošan, from other cities and locations according to existing price list.


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