Fulfill your fantasy and spend a dream holiday on a yacht with a skipper in wonderful Croatia. The rugged coastline dotted with numerous charming islands and islets awash with crystal-clear water is truly enchanting. This island empire is rightly one of the most magnificent places to sail across Europe. And we'll take you directly to one of its most beautiful regions. To Dalmatia, which provides the perfect blend of rich nature and cultural heritage.
Enjoy endless blue crystal-clear water, admire the underwater world and the play of light and shadows within the caves. Every day you’ll discover unspoilt bays, romantic beaches and ancient towns full of life and sights to behold. You’ll also get to savour the sun and relax up on deck with some unforgettable sunsets.
Cruising the most beautiful island empire
You'll set sail from the charming Split to Trogir which, with its narrow winding streets, is captivating for all who love history, art and a romantic atmosphere. You’ll sail to the island of Hvar, filled with the scent of lavender, and the island of Brac, famous for its white marble, and in magical Komiza on the island of Vis, you'll be transported back to ancient times.
On board you'll get all the comforts of a hotel. Each spacious double cabin comes equipped with a double bed or two single beds, a private shower and a toilet. You’ll be in safe hands with our experienced skipper who will lead you through some wonderful experiences.
Description of the boat
On board you’ll have all the comforts of a hotel. All spacious double cabins are equipped with a double bed or two single beds, a private shower and a toilet.
Day 1 Saturday Split - Trogir
Upon arrival in Split and transfer from the airport, you'll board your boat where your captain will be waiting for you with a welcome drink. A basic supply of food will be ready on board. After boarding and an introduction to the captain and the boat, you'll set sail towards an unforgettable experience
The target of the first day of the excursion will be ancient Trogir. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is full of attractions. Lovers of history, art and romantic atmosphere will all find something along the narrow winding streets.
Of course, the first stop off will be a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear sea. You’ll spend the night in Trogir.
Day 2 Sunday: Trogir - Brac island - Hvar island - Saint Clement island
The next day you sail off to the island of Brac. This limestone island with its remarkable karst formations and macchia, vine and olive trees bears the marks of ancient inhabitants. The famous white Brac stone was also used for the construction of Diocletian's Palace in Split, the White House in Washington and the Reichstag in Berlin.
You can enjoy the renowned Brac cheese, lamb meat and fish. Raise a glass to a successful voyage with rakia or a fine Brac wine.
On the south coast of Brac is Bol harbour, where lies the infamous and highly popular beach of Zlatni Rat. The shape and form of its tip depends on the direction of sea currents and wind. You’ll get to visit this beach if favourable conditions prevail.
From the island of Brac it’s just a short hop to the famous island of Hvar. It’s filled with the intoxicating aroma of lavender and full of hidden ancient towns and villages. The port of Hvar is one of the most charming ports and is definitely worth a visit. Enjoy a variety of historic sites and take on some refreshments in the many restaurants and cozy patisseries. Local lavender oil, lavender honey and various liqueurs are also popular.
You’ll spend the night on the picturesque island of Saint Clement in Palmižana. This small rugged island is covered with pine trees and boasts rich fauna and flora. Take in a deep breath - the sun and salty humid air saturated with pine oil have been hailed for their beneficial effects for centuries.
Day 3 Monday: Saint Clement island - Vis island
From the island of Saint Clement you will sail to the island of Vis. On the coast of Vis there are stunning bays with good snorkeling in the turquoise waters. You’ll also discover charming beaches and a lagoon with crystal-clear water. We’ll select the most beautiful and most untouched beaches for you, for example in Stončica Bay, where you'll find a restaurant.
You’ll spend the night in the magical town of Komiza on the island of Vis. Komiza is one of the most beautiful ports in the entire Adriatic, its embankment is lined with stone houses in a Venetian style. This relatively quiet town with a long tradition of fishing is a paradise for lovers of seafood.
Day 4 Tuesday: Vis island - Bisevo island - Vis island
From the island of Vis you will sail to the small island of Bisevo. The highlight of the day will be the morning trip to the Blue Cave (Modra Spilja) which is only penetrated by sunlight through an underwater tunnel. The light that emerges from the water illuminates the walls with an intense glowing blue, providing a truly fascinating spectacle.
Near the cave is another remarkable cave, It’s name is Elena Spilja. The rays of the sun penetrate the cave through cracks in the ceiling creating emerald light effects on the walls. Medvidina Spilja is also interesting. No actual bears live there, but it was once inhabited by Mediterranean seals (morska medvjedica in Croatian: sea bears).
On the northern shore of Zakamcia Bay, you can enjoy your fill of swimming and snorkelling along the rugged coastline with its numerous smaller caves and rich marine life.
In the afternoon you’ll cruise along the beautiful coast and spend the evening in Kut on the island of Vis.
Day 5 Wednesday: Vis island - Saint Clement island - Hvar island
From the island of Vis you sail off to the island of Hvar and on the way you’ll get to swim in the deserted bay of Stari Stani with its sandy beach and turquoise-blue Caribbean waters. You’ll anchor in the evening in the oldest Croatian town of Stari Grad.
Stari Grad is renowned for its lavender growing on the slopes of the surrounding hills. This ancient area with its many fields, lavender gardens, olive groves, vineyards, walls and stone farm buildings is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historic city centre with its traditional narrow streets winding between old stone houses makes for an attractive romantic evening stroll.
Day 6 Thursday: Hvar island - Brac island
From Hvar Island, you’ll pass through the Split Gates. On the way you can also enjoy a spot of swimming in the bay of Bobovisce. This bay is perfect if you long for a romantic night on a buoy surrounded by peace and tranquility and a beautiful night sky full of stars.
Day 7 Friday: Hvar Island - Split
On the final day of your voyage, you will sail back to Split, where you will spend the last night at a local marina. On the way there will be plenty of time to swim in the clear blue sea, ride a paddleboard and relax on the sunlit deck.
After anchoring, explore Split in the early evening. It’s Europe's sunniest city with a turbulent history. The symbol of Split is the ancient Diocletian's Palace of Bracstone, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Local fruit and vegetables can be bought in the Pazar market near the palace. Also visit the unique 120-year-old fresh fish market (Peškarija).
One of the oldest quarters of Veli Varos lives and breathes in the ancient fishing tradition. Have a beer in the local port of Matejuska and enjoy the magical atmosphere on your final evening.
Day 8 Saturday
After landing, a delicious breakfast awaits you followed by the transfer to the airport.
Cruises take place from May to October, always from Saturday to Saturday.
|Boat||Cabins||Persons||Per Person||Per Boat|
|Catamaran||6||8||2 590,00 €||20 720,00 €|
|Sailboat||3||4||2 890,00 €||11 560,00 €|
|Sailboat||4||6||2 190,00 €||13 140,00 €|
The price is per week and for the entire boat.
This price includes:
- 7-night boat rental
- skipper services during whole sail
- marina related fees
- cleaning fee
- fuel costs
- other fees and taxes related to the sail and boat maintenance
- basic food package (breakfasts)
- paddleboard rental
- yachting.com towels on board