Provisioning – Croatia has plenty of large supermarket chains on the mainland and the mini markets on the islands have a good selection of what is needed for a bareboat charter. For the initial provisioning, it will probably be too late to find a butcher or fishmonger open since they tend to close at 1pm on Saturdays (closed Sundays), but, during you voyage, you should be able to find them open during the week. Fresh fish availability will depend on the time you shop. Fishermen usually sell their catch in the early morning. Provisioning for anything but water is difficult in the Kornati Islands.
Food– Fresh vegetables and fruit is adequate for a bareboat charter. Cabbage, peppers, and zucchine are plentiful. Fresh meat is generally available in most shops. Fresh fish is a bit harder to find except in mainland supermarkets. There’s usually frozen fish available, particularly, calamari and shrimp.
A full selection of other spirits are available in the larger supermarkets. Croatia also has two brands of rum for those that really want to go native. Beer is plentiful.