Cruising Split Dubrovnik

With a breathtaking coastline, crystal-clear waters, and over a thousand islands, a sailing vacation in Croatia is a dream. Split or Dubrovnik, is an ideal place to start a tour, with some of the most popular and well-known islands, Hvar, Brac, Korcula, Mljet, Vis, Lastovo, Elaphiti islands…

This nice Gulet has 7 cabins, it is for 12 guests. 33 m, 4 crew members, fuel for main engines up to 4 hours cruising per day, fuel for 12 hours/day/ of generator use during day, tender, complete linen and towels, yacht insurance, service on board, sojourn taxes, yacht cleaning, use of leisure equipment on board, Wifi.

2 Master cabins- 5,40 m cabin with double bed (180x200cm). Private bathroom (2,4m2) with shower boy and home toilet.

2 Double cabins – 4,70 m2 cabin with double bed (180x210cm). Private bathroom (2,40 m2) with shower box and home toilet.

3 twin cabins – 4,25 m2 cabin with twin bed (2x 80×200 cm). Private bathroom (2,40m2) with shower box and home toilet.

Leisure equipment: water ski (price on demand), ringo, 1x two seat kayak, paddle board, amateur fishing equipment. snorkelling equipment, 12 sun mattresses, TV, DVD/CD player, USB connection for multimedia, devices, board games, cards.

Central Dalmatia Route: Split – Split

Day 1: Split-Milna (island Brač)

Your embarkation is at 17:00 in Split. After introducing with the crew and looking around the boat you will sail a little bit out of Split, to the beautiful little fishing town on island Brač called Milna. This first night you will have dinner served on boat, so you will be able to completely relax after your day of travel and spend your night in some beautiful bay without any contact with civilization

Day 2: Milna – Hvar

Today you will sail to the sunniest island on the Adriatic – island Hvar. On your way to Hvar there is possibility of stopping for a swim on the one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe – Zlatni Rat on the island Brač. Zlatni Rat when translated means „Golden Horn“. It is natural pebble beach made of small stones that are easy to walk on.

Day 3: Hvar – Vis

As it will be usual these days, after breakfast served in surrounding of untouched nature you will sail to your next location – island Vis. This magical island is well known to the sailors starting from the ancient times.
Greeks formed their colony Issa on this location in 397 B.C and this was base for their colonization of the Adriatic
Sea. Ruins of this colony can still be found on island: terms, ancient theater on Prirovo etc. This is why, Vis is well known as one of the oldest towns in Croatia. Well hidden in the deep Bay of St George, for centuries Vis was center of the island. Formed by connecting three villages into one (Luka, Kut and Gradina) Vis has so much to offer. Starting from ancient Greek ruins and British fortress in Gradina, to the renaissance villas and churches in Luka and Kut.

Day 4: Vis- Korčula

Today you will have a few extra hours of sailing in the morning but it will be worth it as you are going to visit town of Korčula on the island with the same name. Korčula is usually known as the birth town of famous explorer Marco Polo. You will be able to visit his birth house and from there enjoy a stunning view of the whole town.

Day 5: Korčula- Jelsa

Today, after some longer ride from Korčula, you will anchor near the picturesque village of Jelsa. Situated in the middle of the northern side of island Hvar and surrounded with islands highest peaks, Jelsa is very popular touristic location.

Day 6: Jelsa – Pučišća

You will leave Jelsa around 9:00 am just after the breakfast and find another beautiful bay to enjoy your day of relaxation. After lunch spent surrounded with untouched nature and few more hours of sunbathing and water activities, you will sail into stunning deep hidden bay of town Pučišća, picturesque village on northern side of island Brač. Known as the “Port of 13 towers”, Pučišća was for centuries ideally protected port, as it was both hidden and well-fortified. You can still find remains of few of these towers while walking around the village.

Day 7: Pučišća – Omiš (or Split)

Today you will visit Omiš, charming little town situated on the month of river Cetina into the Adriatic Sea. Surrounded with mountains, river and beautiful sandy beaches Omiš combines unique natural ambient with rich cultural heritage. Story about Omiš being “a pirate city” has a real history stronghold. In middle ages, pirates from Omiš, under the leadership of famous Kačić Familiy, controlled sea travel and trade from Omiš to Dubrovnik.

Day 8: Omiš – Split

On the last day of your charter you will enjoy short ride from Omiš to Split during which usual breakfast will be served. Your embarkation is at 9:00 am. If you have time, we advise you to visit Split town center.

Dalmatia One way Route: Split – Dubrovnik

Your embarkation is at 17:00

Day 1: Split-Milna (island Brač)
Day 2: Milna – Hvar
Day 3: Hvar – Vis
Day 4: Vis- Korčula
Day 5: Korčula- Mljet
Day 6: Mljet – Šipan
Day 7: Šipan – Dubrovnik
Day 8: Dubrovnik

Day 1: Split-Milna (island Brač)

You will spend the night in some beautiful quiet bay on western side of the island, near the picturesque town of Milna. Dinner will be served aboard, under the stars and surrounded only by sounds of sea and crickets.

Day 2: Milna – Hvar

On your way to your next location – town of Hvar on the island with the same name, you will have the possibility to stop for a swim on the most famous and most beautiful beach on the Adriatic – Zlatni Rat ( Golden Horn).

Day 3: Hvar – Vis

Today, just after breakfast you are going to sail away towards most mystical and most magical of the Adriatic islands – island Vis. Vis owes this title to its remoteness from the mainland, and also to the fact that during the former Yugoslavia it was for many years closed for visitors as a military zone.

Day 4: Vis- Korčula

Today you will enjoy a few extra hours of sailing as you are going to visit town of Korčula on the island with the same name. This picturesque little town, located on a small peninsula, and surrounded by city wall sand towers is often compared to Dubrovnik. As during this week, you are going to visit both of these locations.

Day 5: Korčula- Mljet

Mljet our destination today, it is just an hour and a half of sailing away from Korčula. You will arrive there in the morning, before lunch, so you have almost the whole day to explore this incredible island. As you will moor somewhere inside the national park, you have easy access to all the most important sights. Mljet is one of the most beautiful islands on the Adriatic, almost fully covered with Mediterranean forest, extremely rich in flora and fauna, untouched for centuries, almost magical. For many years, only Benedictine monks walked these forest paths.

Day 6: Mljet -Šipan

After Mljet, another piece of paradise – Elafiti islands. Spread just in front of the town of Dubrovnik, this group of small islands enrich the perfect sunset from the hill Srđ. In the 15th and 16th century these islands covered with Mediterranean evergreen vegetation, have been recognized by the Dubrovnik nobility as a refuge from the city bustle and a place of return to nature. That is why the remains of 42 summer residences of prominent Dubrovnik families can be found on Šipan – the island you are going to visit today.

Day 7: Šipan – Dubrovnik

Long time ago famous writer George Bernard Shaw wrote: “Those who seek paradise on earth should come to see Dubrovnik.” And today, after almost hundred years, Dubrovnik still continues to amaze and inspire visitors from all over the world. Known as the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is really one of our top destinations. Located on the south of Croatian coast, near the border to Montenegro, this town was center of Republic of Ragusa. For centuries resisted the onslaught of powerful neighboring rulers and with skillful diplomacy maintained its freedom when all the surrounding areas were under foreign rule.

Day 8: Dubrovnik

Your disembarkation is at 09:00 AM, just after breakfast. If you have extra time try to visit some of other Dubrovnik attractions as Dubrovnik is truly a pearl of the Adriatic.

Obligatory additional costs:

food, drinks/beverages, port, anchorages and marina fees 1350€ ( 1x marina, two parts + anchorages) approx. price (+/- 80€)

Port fees/anchorages

Port fees and anchorages will be paid on spot in each port/anchor (in cash), according to actual costs in ports/anchors. The total cost per week depends on the selected itinerary/ports of call. It is not obligatory for the yacht to be in the part each night, it can also be anchored, which lowers the mooring fees (approximate cost is 1350€, 1x marina, two ports + anchorages) approx. price (+/- 80€)

Food options:

Half board (breakfast + lunch) 350€ per person per week

Full board (breakfast + lunch + dinner): 580€ per person per week

Food discount for children:

Children 0-2 years free of charge, children 2-10 years 50% discount, children 10-12 years 30% discount

Drinks/beverages options: 

Drinks/beverage taken on the yacht bar will be paid according to consummation

All inclusive domestic drink package of 180€ per person includes: Croatian quality wine, domestic beer, spirits, soft drinks, natural and mineral water, milk, tea and coffee. Foreign liquors and wines are not included in this package.

All inclusive non – alcoholic drink package: 90€ per person per week

Important note: All inclusive option includes some Croatian wines served by crew, not all of the bar’s list. Not included: imported wines, beers and spirits. Drinks and beverages completely supplied by clients – corkage fee: 600€ per week.

A tip for the crew is customary and it is not included in the price (usually varies from 5%-10% of the charter fee)

Dubrovnik visit fee on Split -Split route 1200€

Delivery fee (1200€) for embarkation/disembarkation in any other port except base port, if “empty leg” caused.

Double way delivery fee (1800€) – if the vessel goes to a pick up port empty and returns empty to base port

Extra navigation: 50€/hour. This cost is already included in delivery fee

Extra generator use: 20€/h

Guided tours: on request

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