Croatia basks in a warm Mediterranean climate with beautiful landscapes, azure waters, medieval stone buildings and unobtrusive monasteries. Your very first impression of Croatia will be the striking contrast between the vivid blue of the sea, the green pine trees, the white Dalmatian stone and the red tiles of the buildings. The region is indeed full of contrasts but also rich in historic heritage and natural beauty. Interesting sites include the old town of Dubrovnik, the Mljet National Park, the Kornati Archipelago as well as the islands of Korcula and Hvar. Embark on a yacht charter and sail through the Adriatic to explore this stunning coastline and its myriad islands.
Kotor - Dubrovnik
Join your yacht in Kotor, meet the crew, settle in onboard and set off on a short cruise to Dubrovnik. The medieval town is probably the most popular in Croatia and certainly a breathtaking sight. It is definitely worth spending some time ashore to explore.
Dubrovnik - Mljet
Morning cruise to Mljet. The Mljet National Park lies just a few miles away and boasts forests of pine trees, cliffy coasts and caves, mud and mineral springs as well as two spectacular salt lakes. The yacht will anchor near a fjord-like inlet where you can enjoy water sports.
Mljet - Korcula
After breakfast, head to Korcula, Croatia’s largest island and the birthplace of Marco Polo. Its old town, with cobble-stoned medieval streets, is worth a visit.
Korcula - Vis
Cruise to Vis. Past the island of Vis, discover the blue caves on the island of Bisevo, famed for their unique shades of blue. Vis is an island of fishermen and winegrowers with lots of rustic charm.
Vis - Brac
On the way to Brac, the yacht will stop off Hvar. Hvar is a beautiful island with vineyards, lavender and olive groves as well as some historic medieval buildings. There are many coves along the coast where you can swim and enjoy the yacht’s water sports’ equipment. Late afternoon cruise to Brac.
Brac - Trogir
Leave Brac after breakfast and cruise to Solta, an island lying opposite Split which has some very good spots for water-based activities. Arrive in Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with an open-air theatre, old medieval walls and very welcoming inhabitants.
Trogir - Split
Spend your last day exploring Trogir or relaxing on your yacht, sunbathing and swimming. Alternatively, you can visit Veli Drvenik, a quiet island offering a calm counterpoint to busy Trogir. Later afternoon cruise to Split for disembarkation.
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- Restaurant booking
- Catering options
- Extra staff including private chefs
- Jet-ski rendez-vous or any water toys activity
- Cultural guided tours
- Special celebration onboard
- Transport services