Croatia Yachting, a leading yachting company in Croatia, has acquired Odisej Yachting, further strengthening its position as a leader in the charter market across the Adriatic.
Odisej Yachting, with its HQ in Sibenik, has been operating for 20 years in the Croatian and Polish markets as a representative of Bali catamarans and a charter company with a fleet of 18 vessels, including sailing yachts, catamarans and motor yachts, located in D-Marin Mandalina. As well as charter vessels, the yachting company offers maintenance and service, and its Charter Management Program guarantees to cover the costs of yacht maintenance, annual parking fees, insurance and service.
Croatia Yachting, based in Split, was established in 2004 by Domagoj Milišić, and is an authorised dealer of boat brands from the Hanse Group, such as Hanse, Dehler, RYCK, Sealine, and Fjord, as well as the Bali catamaran brand, which is part of the Catana Group. The company has the world’s largest fleet of Hanse sailboats and a full range of Bali catamaran models, bringing the fleet total to 140 boats, with the average age of the charter vessels being only three years.
The company operates its yachts sales and charter management services from five charter bases (Marina Kaštela, ACI Marina Dubrovnik, Marina Baotić Trogir, D-Marin Mandalina, Marina Kornati). Like Odisej, its Yachting World Charter Management Program is designed to provide clients with the easiest way to owning a yacht by financing the yacht’s purchase, its maintenance and running costs out of charter income.
The company is nominated for the ‘Tourist Flowe’ award annually by the Croatian Chamber of Economy, and it was awarded the Best Charter Company in both 2022 and 2017.