Split – Makarska – Bol (Brac) – Stari Grad – Hvar – Vis – Korčula – Miljet – Šipan – Dubrovnik (Or Reverse)
The Superior Ship
On this cruise you will be staying on board a NEW superior A+ ship. The ships contain steel hulls and are fitted with air-conditioning, good size cabins with en-suite shower and WC. The rooms measuring approx 8 square meters contain either double or twin beds, a hair dryer and safety deposit box for your valuables.
- Superior one way cruise in a choice of en-suite cabin
- Return airport transfers
- Captains Dinner
- Guided tour of Dubrovnik Old Town/Split Old Town
- Half board with breakfast, 3 course lunch and bottle of water each day
- Daily cabin cleaning service
- Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen
What’s not Included
- Return flights from South Africa
- There is a local port tax of 20 Euro’s per person, per week which is compulsory
- Price is based on 2 people sharing. 50% supplement for single use.
Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split in 2017
- May 20
- Jun 3, 17
- July 1, 15, 29
- Aug 12, 26
- Sept 23
Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split in 2018
- May 12, 26
- June 30
- July 7th, 14, 21
- August 4, 18
- September 1, 8, 15, 29
- October 13
Departure Dates Split to Dubrovnik in 2017
- May 13, 27
- June 10, 24
- July 8, 22
- Aug 5, 12
- Sep 9, 16
Departure Dates Split to Dubrovnik in 2018
- May 5, 19, 26
- June 2, 23, 30
- July 14, 28
- August 11, 25
- September 8, 22
- October 8
Cruise & Stay Options
We thoroughly recommend enjoying a few days in Split or Dubrovnik either before or after your cruise. This gives you the opportunity to explore more of this magnificent country.
Enjoy a few nights in Split to relax after your cruise or join our private or small group tours to the beautiful KRKA National Park or historic UNESCO-listed towns of Sibenik and Trogir. From Dubrovnik the emerging region of Kotor in Montenegro or the fascinating town of Mostar in Bosnia are both within easy reach of Dubrovnik and worth a visit.
Our Croatia travel experts are happy to put together a cruise and stay itinerary for you, simply let us know when you send in your enquiry.
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Saturday SPLIT – MAKARSKA
We depart from Split harbour at 13:00 on Saturday afternoon and head along the coast towards Makarska whilst enjoying a 3 course lunch. You will get to enjoy an afternoon swim on one of the Makarska Riviera’s stunning beaches, whilst for those feeling a bit adventurous, you can opt for river rafting or zip lining on the Cetina River. Wen spend the first night of this Croatia cruise in Makarska, which offers guests a wide selection of restaurants and bars along its picturesque promenade. We strongly suggest taking time to walk through the Makarska city streets which offer an abundance of churches and cultural sites.
Sunday MAKARSKA – BOL (BRAČ) – STARI GRAD
The following morning the cruise heads to its next destination, the island of Brač, in particular the town of Bol, which is famous for one of the best beaches in the world, the Zlatni Rat Beach. You will enjoy a few hours to explore this idyllic golden horn beach and enough time to have a swim before the ship heads to Stari Grad on the chic island of Hvar. After lunch you will have the remainder of the afternoon to explore this uniqie old town. Stari Grad Field is the oldest in Croatia and the best preserved example of ancient Greek system of agriculture. Together with the old town it is a part of world heritage protected by UNESCO.
Monday STARI GRAD – HVAR
Our island hopping cruise heads to one of the highlights on the trip, the town of Hvar which is a Summer favourite for celebrities, royals and jet-setters from around the world. After lunch guests will have time to enjoy swimming and snorkelling in the crystal clear sea at the nearby Pakleni islands. The ship is due to arrive in Hvar in the mid-afternoon where guests will enjoy a guided tour of this historic town and visit some of this cultural and ancient sites including the Renaissance cathedral, the oldest communal theatre in Europe founded in 1612, the Franciscan monastery, the Benedictine convent famous for their lace listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and the Spanjola fortress towering high above the town. Your evening will be spent enjoying a wide variety of Croatian cuisine in one of Hvar’s many gorgeous restaurants and bars.
Tuesday HVAR – VIS
We set off early to the little Biševo island to visit the Blue Caves, a truly unique and magnificent natural phenomenon. We will arrive at the Blue Cave at the most opportune time to enjoy the sunlight reflecting through the sea floor turning the entire cave into an aquamarine colour and leaving objects in the water a shimmering silver colour. The cruise then continues to the Island of Vis, which was historically a strategic navy harbour but is now closed. Vis is one of the most outer Adriatic islands and as such it has been fairly isolated compared to many of the other islands. This isolation has preserved its traditional Croatian charm and it serves as a reminder to visitors of what Mediterranean life was like before tourists discovered the islands. We will spend the night on the island and guests will be able to sample a selection of delicious sea food restaurants and also if interested visit the remains of the Roman thermal Place, City museum or simply take a walk enjoying the view of beautiful ”Villae Rusticae” situated along the coast.
Wednesday VIS – KORČULA
Whilst guests enjoy breakfast, the cruise heads towards Korčula, the birthplace of famous explorer and adventurer Marco Polo. Korčula is surrounded by medieval walls and resembles a miniature Dubrovnik when approaching from the sea. It has more legends, tales and monuments than you will find anywhere else. Korčula is today the only place in the world where the Spanish medieval knight’s game – Moreška is still performed. Upon arrival enjoy a walk through the streets of the old town built in the shape of a fish bone. Enjoy the numerous konobas /taverns, restaurants, cocktail bars or night-club located within and around the city walls. Overnight in port.
Thursday KORČULA – MLJET – ŠIPAN or SLANO
Our Croatia Cruise continues towards one of the greenest and most protected Adriatic islands, the beautiful island of Miljet which has a protected national park on the western side of the island. Cruise guests will enjoy some free time to explore the National Park which consists of two salt water lakes connected by a narrow sea channel. You can enjoy your free time in Miljet either swimming, cycling around the lakes or taking a boat ride to St Mary Isle to visit the old church and monastery. Having explored Miljet, the cruise heads to Šipan, part of the Elaphite islands not far from Dubrovnik. We will spend the night in this quaint fisherman’s village.
Friday ŠIPAN or SLANO – DUBROVNIK
We set off early for the final leg of this Island hopping Croatia cruise, the city of Dubrovnik otherwise known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, guests will enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of this impressive UNESCO listed Old Town with an optional cable car journey up Srd Mountain to see spectacular views of Dubrovnik and the beautiful Adriatic ocean. We will spend the night in Gruz Harbour.
After an early breakfast you bid farewell to your new friend and crew, after this truly memorable cruise.