Cruise:  Split to Dubrovnik visiting Korcula, Hvar, Mljet on yacht

Cruise: Split to Dubrovnik visiting Korcula, Hvar, Mljet on yacht .

Cruise: Split to Dubrovnik visiting Korcula, Hvar, Mljet on yacht

Enjoy a memorable cruise on cristal clear seas of Dalmatia

Embark at Split and cruise around the Dalmatian island of Hvar, Korcula, Lopud to Dubrovnik…

  • new & comfortable yacht
  • rear swimming platform
  • spacious sun deck
  • comfortable panoramique restaurant
  • friendly crew
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Day 1 - Split - PuciscaDay 2 - Pucisca - Podgora - Korčula Day 3 - Korčula - Elafiti islands - Dubrovnik Day 4 - Dubrovnik - MljetDay 5 - Mljet - Hvar - StarigradDay 6 - Starigrad - Bol, Island Brač - MilnaDay 7 - Milna - Supetar - SplitDay 8 - Departure
Pučišća, island Brac

Pučišća , island Brać

After being welcomed by the crew and settling in your cabins we depart for Pucišca, small harbor on the island of Brac where we spend the first night. Welcome cocktail.

Visit the school of Pucišca stonemasons. The island of Brac is known worldwide for the quality of its white stone. Navigation along the Makarska Riviera. Lunch on board in Podgora, a former fishing village, on the riviera of Makarska. Time for a swim or stroll in the picturesque village. Navigation for Korcula, a medieval town. Tour and explore Korcula in the evening as we stay for the night in the old harbor.According to legend, it was founded by the Trojan prince Antenor. Korcula is also the birthplace of Marco Polo, the famous traveler.

Departure for the Elafiti islands to the discovery one of three larger islands of the archipelago: Lopud, Sipan and Kolocep. In the afternoon sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik, the city of 1,000 monuments. Your local guide will reveal the story of Dubrovnik during a pleasant walk through the old town and a visit to the cloister of the Dominicans. Overnight in Dubrovnik

Mljet, the most wooded of Croatian islands. Visit the, its salt lakes which are home to endemic flora and the old Benedictine monastery situated on the tiny island St Marie in the midle of the Big. Tonight is Captain’s dinner .

Early morning departure for a days sailing between Korcula and Peljesac stopping on the way to Island Hvar for a swim in the crystal clear sea and calm bays of Korcula or Hvar. Visit town Hvar, oftenly called the Dalmatian “St. Tropez” and overnight in Stari Grad, the oldest setlement of the island.

Hvat town

Departure for Bol, the only coastal village on the southern part of the island of Brac. The history of BOL is made of sun, the shade of pine trees, the beach Zlatni rat and magic Dalmatian streets. Bol , a picturesque village was once the home of winemakers, fishermen and sailors, it is here that the first cooperative winery was established in Dalmatia. Bol beaches, all with fine white pebbles and the beach “Zlatni rat” impress by their size and beauty. Overnight in Milna on Brac island.

Sail around island Brac stopping in one of many bays for a swimm before heading for Split. Guided tour of the capital of Dalmatia. Its geographical location – bordered on one side by mountains and on the other by the sea – gives it a particular character, also linked to its rich history. Visit Diocletian’s Palace , the Cathedral of St. Domnius and the temple of Jupiter. Overnight Split