SailingPass Regatta 2023

After 3 successful editions we want to continue with the trend by making this event more exciting, creating new challenges and making it an unforgettable experience for all crew!

1. Date of the regatta and Programs:

22 -29 April 2023.

Day 0: 22.04.2023; check-in day between 15:00-18:00. At 19:30 skipper and team representatives are to attend a meeting in Base Marina, (max 2 pers for each team).

Day 1: 23.04.2023; skipper briefing and race stage 1.

Day 2: 24.04.2023; skipper briefing and race stage 2.

Day 3: 25.04.2023; skipper briefing and race stage 3.

Day 4: 26.04.2023; skipper briefing and race stage 4.

Day 5: 27.04.2023; skipper briefing and race stage 5, Awards ceremony in the evening and gala dinner in Base Marina.

Day 6: 28.04.2023; additional day for “free” sailing, relaxing and check-out in the afternoon by 17:00.

Day 7: 29.04.2023; leaving the boats and the marina till to 08:30 am.


2. Yacht class participating:

We are continuing with good tradition and we will have the same ‘One Class’ concept. All the yachts are same class, Bavaria 46‘th (4 cab, 3 toilet ).

Building Year: 2016
Lenght: 14.27 m
Draft: 2,1
Cabins: 4
Berth: 8+1
WC/Shower: 3x

3. Where will we be sailing

The yachts are harboured in the beautiful city of Murter, in Marina Hramina. The 1st leg’s start line is from the bay of Murter and the finish line is at Murter Aquatorium. From here on the course of the Regatta is based on the weather.
The organisers will create the next day’s track based on the weather and the condition of the crew.
There are no night-legs and majority of the overnights will be in a marina.
The sailing territory can be either south Kornati including Zut, Teljascica National Park or around island Zirje, Kaprije, Zlarin and Primosten.

Here are some info and pictures detailing the Sailing area.


   Kornati National Park is one of the most popular places in Croatia.
   On the shores, in direct contact with the open sea, the waves have formed rock walls up to 100 meters high in several places and here the sea is similar in depth.
   The indented coastline and rich marine flora and fauna provides breathtaking views! On the shores of the islands we can also discover corals, mussels and a variety of fish in dazzling colors, and if we’re lucky, even meet dolphins in the morning.

Teljascica National Park

   Telascica National Park is located right in the middle of the Adriatic Sea, at the southern end of the island of Dugi. 70 kilometers of coastline and 25 bays make up part of the huge diversity of the region.
   Some of the most impressive features include the gigantic metered Telascica Bay, Salt Lake Mir and the Strmac rocks. Underground sea streams feed the lake with water. As the lake has no freshwater supply, evaporating seawater falls back into the lake and further increases the salinity of the lake.
   The Strmac rocks protrude from the sea with steep, almost vertical rock walls with a height of 160 meters.

Murter – The island of pirates

   Murter is favoured by many visitors, largely thanks to it unique position and size. Secluded, peaceful and tiny, this is a real gem in the ocean.
   There are records of Murter Island dating back to Roman times, at that time it was called Scardon, but according to the prehistoric stone bastion on the Murterić Peninsula, people lived here as far back as 3000 years ago. Murter is a real ‘ship’s paradise’. Large ports can be found in all the little settlements. There are 200 ports in Jezera, 500 in Murter and 200 in Betina. Wherever we travel through the islands we encounter multitudes of stunning yachts and beautiful sailboats.
There are many small islands and hidden bays that provided a great hiding place for pirates at the time.


   The island of Iž is known for its local fishermen, potters, olive trees and typical Mediterranean vegetation. It is the only Dalmatian island that has preserved its traditional pottery to this day. Every year in May the village festival (Iška fešta) is held here. The tradition of this event dates back to antiquity.
   It is well worth visiting the top of Korinjak Hill, It offers spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding islands

4. Participation

The intention to enter the race should be given by filling in the registration form, there is no deadline but acceptance is based on availability.

Thereafter, one of our colleagues will contact you to discuss any further questions you may have, and subsequently you will recieve a proforma invoice. Two weeks before the arrival/start we require everybody to fill in a crew list.

The minimum crew should be not less than four (4) and the max limit is seven (7) people (inlcuding the Skipper). 1 skipper is mandatory.

If you have any questions, please email us :

5. Entry fees

1. Registration fee 2950 eur / boat:

  • 750 EUR till to 01.12.2022
  • 1000 EUR till to 15.01.2023
  • 1200 EUR till to 15.03. 2023

2. Individual participation fee: 95 euro/pers (payable before regatta start.)

3. Deposit (payable in the base to the charter company at the check-in): 2500 euro refundable, cash or credit card or Deposit insurance 180 euro (price non refundable) + 180 euro ( refundable deposit), payable cash or credit card

The price includes boat rental, the entry fees of the crew, entry fees of the boat, the organization and the gala dinner.

Not included: marina fees, travel to Murter costs, food (except on the night of the gala dinner), drinks, tourist tax


We like to keep things simple, we do so with cancellation policy too. 100% refund if cancelled up till 18th of February, No Refund if cancelled after it.

A Taste from previous Regattas

Your dedicated SailingPass Team