Base Rogac is situated in the northern part of the island Solta, in a bay surrounded by pine trees, only 9 nautical miles (i.e. 16 km) far away from Split.
At the same time, Rogac is the main connection of the island with mainland, which developed in modern history due to the needs of the nearby town - Grohote - the oldest and the largest place in the island inland.
It is also an ideal destination for yachtsmen and everyone eager to enjoy the natural beauties of the island and its surrounding area.
The bay of Rogac has three branches: Kasjun, Banje and Rogac.
The bay of Kasjun is situated in the western part of the bay and is sheltered by a small wooded peninsula. The middle bay is Rogac, the best secluded bay with a quay for ferries and catamarans, which connect the island with Split several times a day. The bay of Banje is situated in the southern part, ending with a pebbled beach, especially well adjusted for children. A short promenade from Rogac leads toward this bay.
The sea in the bay is clean and clear, so you can take a swim while waiting for your sailing boat to be prepared for embarkation. The bay is not too big, and the charter base is only few steps away from the beach, local coffee bar or pizzeria, from where you can enjoy the view of traditional stone houses, the church of St. Theresa, etc.
Fifteen minutes walk from Rogac, a place called Grohote is situated, dating from the antique period. It has a store where the guests can do the shopping before their sailing trip. Topsailigcharter can also organize food delivery (upon request).
We strongly advise you to visit Grohote as well as the gallery of the naive painter Eugen Buktenica, and to stroll through vineyards and olive-groves toward the church of St. Michael.
The whole bay of Rogac is well secluded from all winds - the only exception is the northern wind, especially Bora (NE), but mostly during the winter months.