Three Reasons to go on a Croatia Cruise

Embarking on a cruise along the stunning coast of Croatia is a journey like no other. With its crystal-clear waters, charming coastal towns, and rich cultural heritage, Croatia offers an unparalleled cruising experience. Whether you're visiting Croatia for the first time or have visited many times before, a Croatia cruise promises to deliver breathtaking scenery, immersive experiences, and luxurious comfort. Here are three compelling reasons why a Croatia small ship cruise should be at the top of your travel list.
Mljet National Park

For those looking to see several destinations on one trip, a small ship cruise is the ideal way to explore Croatia. With several cruising routes available, you will have the opportunity of visiting some of the best places on the Dalmatian Coast, from the remarkable Old Town of Dubrovnik to the vast saltwater lakes of Mljet National Park. With more time spent on land than larger cruise ships, enjoy expert guided tours and unique excursions, including oyster tasting and dinner in a traditional village.

View of MV Memories moored by an island

Stay on a Luxury Vessel

With under 40 passengers, our luxury small ships provide an intimate and exclusive cruising experiencing, travelling to areas that larger ships can’t quite reach. Our ships boast state-of-the-art amenities and contemporary decor, meaning you will enjoy nothing but comfort during your stay, whether it’s relaxing in an onboard Jacuzzi, admiring the view from your private balcony, or savouring a refreshing beverage at the bar. With daily swim stops, you will have plenty of opportunity to get into the crystal-clear water of the Adriatic Sea, with many vessels coming complete with watersports equipment.

View of My Wish and people swimming in the sea

Make Lifelong Friends

With a small number of passengers on a small ship Croatia cruise, it’s much easier to get to know your fellow travelers. Choosing a small ship cruise often means meeting many passengers with similar interests. Croatia cruises tend to attract like-minded guests, which is likely why many stay in touch and even travel together on future trips. You can bond with your fellow passengers during various tours and activities, or while relaxing on the sundeck. This social hub often features shaded lounging areas, spaces for sunbathing, and frequently, a Jacuzzi.

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