So, what is cruising all about? Imagine waking up in a different place every day, spend the day enjoying relax or adventure, surrounded by white sands, turquoise waters or dramatic cliffs. Return to your luxury accommodation, fall asleep, wake up and… repeat.
A cruise on your very own charter yacht can truly be the adventure of a lifetime – whether you’re a couple, a family or a group of friends, the allure of an adventure on the sea knows no limits.
This beautiful wooden gulet can be all yours for a memorable cruise along the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. It is easily one of the finest and most luxurious charters in the region. Cruise the idyllic coast of southern Dalmatia in comfort and style. Visit picturesque islands, quaint villages and ancient cities as you discover all that this charming coastline has to offer, with plenty of time to unwind and explore.
• Bol, Brač
• Bol, Pučišća
This boat is spacious and there is plenty of room for outdoor recreation. The deck spaces are designed so that you can enjoy a wonderful meal beneath the stars and unwind and enjoy the sun during the day. If water sports are your thing, we can also arrange for a banana-boat, skiing, surfing, and canoeing. The interiors are comfortable and fully air-conditioned.
This yacht has 8 double cabins and up to 16 passengers can call this yacht home as you cruise around the Dalmatian Coast. It is perfect for your next holiday in Croatia.
Extra services and prices:
Half board per person/week (obligatory) – €300
Port dues per person/week (obligatory) – €50
Departure Day: Saturdays (Apr-Oct) & Wednesdays (Jul-Sep)
Departure Time: 1 PM
Return Time: 9 AM the following Saturday
Note it is possible to finish on Friday evening as the boats will dock in Trogir around 5 pm.
Need to know
• The itinerary is subject to change
• Mljet National Park entrance and excursions payable locally
• Recommended for guests aged 12 and over.
• As with many island-hopping cruises on small, relaxed vessels, the dress code is casual.
Departure from Trogir harbour, Saturday at 1 pm. After lunch, we will sail along the Brač Canal down to the island of Brač. We will spend some time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of one of the best swimming beaches in Croatia, Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape). Later, on arrival in Bol, wander the winding streets lined by small stone houses, or enjoy a relaxing swim. The evening is yours to spend as you choose.
Today you’ll cruise towards Hvar, stopping to enjoy the waters around the coast of Korčula and the many hidden coves and tranquil bays on the way. Relax on deck as you cruise into the island’s harbour. Known as the Monte Carlo of Croatia, Hvar is a glittering hub of exclusive clubs and superb restaurants. A local English-speaking guide will give you a tour of the town, during which you’ll learn about the history, culture and fascinating lavender- growing tradition of the surrounding area. Later, enjoy the evening at leisure and take advantage of the many family-owned restaurants that dot the town.
Leave Hvar behind as you cruise towards Korčula, the birthplace of famed explorer Marco Polo. Pass the sandy shores of the Elaphite Islands and, as with most days, you’ll be tempted with the opportunity to swim along the way. On arrival in Korčula, a guided tour will provide a remarkable insight into the history of this pretty town with its narrow cobbled streets and friendly inhabitants. With the afternoon at leisure, you can take time to further explore or soak up the sun as you enjoy an al fresco dinner at a local restaurant.
Leave for the beautiful island of Mljet, stopping for a swim along the way. On arrival at the beautiful Mljet National Park, you can enjoy some time to explore. Perhaps walk around the Great and Small Lakes, or visit the peaceful Islet of St Mary, home to a historic 12th-Century Benedictine Monastery.
Continue on to Makarska on the mainland coast, stopping for a swimming on Hvar’s east coast en route. Lunch will also be served as you sail towards Makarska. This is a beautiful spot with fantastic beaches backed by the rugged slopes of Mount Biokovo. This evening you can experience the region’s renowned laid-back nightlife.
Cruise towards the village of Pučišća on the island of Brač. Set on a steep-sided natural harbour, this village is unlike anywhere
else on the Dalmatian Coast with its unique stone masonry school and beautiful setting. Here, a fjord-like inlet meets three narrow valleys, creating a unique landscape on the island’s coast. Enjoy the rustic ambience and Mediterranean architecture before heading back to the mainland.
Following breakfast, disembark your ship for the final time and transfer to the airport, or perhaps extend your stay in beautiful Trogir.