Island Rab rent a boat
MCP charter (rent a boat) is enabling you to explore Rab in a unique way. Rent a boat with us, have it deliverd on a location of your on choosing and enjoy your time on Rab and the Adriatic Sea. Renting a motor yacht, speed boat, gives You an posibility to explore our Islands.
The marina is protected by a breakwater, the head of which is marked by a green lighthouse (Fl G 1,5s 7m 4M). During a strong south wind it is not recommended to stay in the town harbor. Maximum speed in the approach channel is 3 knots for all vessels. The western ends of the piers in the marina are lighted.
Rab is one of the islands of the Kvarner Bay archipelago in the north of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. In addition to the ancient town of the same name, there are seven other idyllic places scattered over the island: Barbat, Banjol, Palit, Kampor, Mundanije, Supetarska Draga and Lopar. There are about 9 thousands inhabitants on Island Rab mostly by agriculture, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism. Rab has tradition of organized tourism for more than 112 years. Rab is linked to the mainland with good road and ferryboat connections. To the south, ferryboats on the route Mišnjak - Jablanac (a place 105 km. far from Rijeka) ply 8-20 times a day (even more frequently, if necessary) during the whole year. The journey lasts 15 minutes. From Jablanac roads branch off towards Zagreb, Pula, Ljubljana and Trieste. The internal part of the continent may be reached through the so called "Jozefinska cesta", a road leading from Senj (50 km. far from Rab), through te saddle of Vratnik, Velika, Mala Kapela and Lika, to Karlovac and Zagreb.To the north, the island is connected by ferryboats plying on the route Lopar-Senj and Lopar-Baška (Krk) 3 - 8 times a day during the tourist season. Jadrolinija's ferries connect Rab with Rijeka, Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik several times a week, in both directions, during the whole year. A coach line connects Rab with Rijeka throughout the whole year and also with Zagreb, in the summer period.