7 Night Luxury Dubrovnik to Split Cruise (2019)

Explore the beautiful Croatian islands aboard our new luxury one-way cruise ships between Dubrovnik and Split. This popular luxury cruise enjoys overnight stops in Dubrovnik and Split and the stunning islands and old towns of Hvar, Korcula, Brac, Vis, Mljet National Park, Slano and Trogir.  This exciting one-way itinerary is complimented by delicious half board meals, the Captain’s evening dinner and several guided tours.

Recommended for

This luxury cruise is popular for couples, friends or families with older children.

At a Glance

  • 7-night luxury one way Dubrovnik to Split cruise in a choice of main deck or lower deck cabin
  • Buffet breakfast and daily three-course set lunch with wine, beer and bottled water
  • Captain’s evening dinner is included
  • Guided tours of Dubrovnik, Split, Korcula, Hvar and Trogir
  • Entry to the Mljet National Park and stunning Blue Cave included
  • Price per person based on low season departures in May and October. The price includes return flights from airports across the UK.
  • Please note that for non-UK clients the price will be quoted excluding flights.

7 Night Luxury Dubrovnik to Split Cruise (2019)

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£ 1,295.00

Price per person based on low season departures in May and October. The price includes return flights from airports across the UK. For non-UK clients the price will be quoted excluding flights.

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DUBROVNIK – SLANO – MLJET – KORCULA – VIS – HVAR – BOL – TROGIR – SPLIT (Run in reverse each week)

Our Luxury Ships

Our luxury cruise ships are brand new for 2017 & 2018 seasons. We always strive to be on the newest ships available. These new and modern small ships are perfect for cruising along the beautiful Croatian coast with a maximum of 40 guests, ensuring you enjoy highly personalised service on board.

These new ships have been built in Croatia with a length of approx. 47 metres and are constructed from steel with mahogany and iroko wood decks. They typically feature 8 lower deck cabins and 11 main deck cabins. The restaurant, bar and a covered lounge area are on the upper deck, with a top sun deck perfect for relaxing on sun loungers or enjoying the onboard Jacuzzi. The ships feature a rear access platforms equipped with ladders for guests to easily access the water.

The 19 modern and spacious cabins are all air-conditioned and feature en-suite facilities which include a toilet, shower and basin. The cabins have either double 200 x 170cm beds or 200 x 80cm twin beds. These fully fitted cabins include a table, chair, wardrobe, mirror, safe deposit box, night lamps, radio, hair dryer, 220v electric supply and space for your luggage under your bed.

Cabins on the ships main deck feature window(s) that open, whilst lower deck cabins feature two portholes. All cabins are air-conditioned. Cabins on board the luxury ships are typically 13-15 sq meters.

Cabins on board the ships are sound-proof and for safety reasons include fire-proof doors, lifejackets, fire alarm and an internal communication system or notifying the captain/cruise director.

Free WIFI is available in the restaurant and public areas of the ship, with an LCD TV in the main restaurant area.

What’s Included

  • Luxury 7-night one-way cruise between Dubrovnik and Split in a choice of main deck or lower deck cabin
  • The price includes return flights from airports across the UK. For non-UK clients the price will be quoted excluding flights.
  • In a choice of cabin based on 2 people sharing
  • Private return airport transfers
  • English-speaking cruise director on board
  • Daily buffet breakfast with fresh fruit
  • 3 Course set lunch daily including 1L of bottled water
  • Wine, beer or soft drink with your daily lunch
  • Afternoon tea and cake provided daily
  • Captain’s dinner is included
  • Guided tours of Hvar, Korcula, Trogir, Dubrovnik & Split
  • Entry fee to the Mljet National Park
  • Entry to Blue Cave included
  • Free WIFI
  • Daily cabin service

What’s not Included

  • Port taxes of 25 EUR per person
  • Flights are not quoted for any clients travelling with us outside of UK/Europe.

Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split in 2019

  • May 18
  • June 8, 22
  • July 6, 20
  • August 10, 24
  • September 7, 21
  • October 5

Departure Dates Split to Dubrovnik in 2019

  • May 11, 25
  • June 1, 15, 29
  • July 13, 27
  • August 3, 17, 31
  • September 7, 21
  • October 12

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.

Why Us

  • We are specialists in luxury travel to Croatia with the largest coverage of 4 and 5 star hotels, resorts and cruises
  • Unrivalled customer service and extensive knowledge of the region, help us to craft unique and tailor made tours, holidays and unforgettable honeymoons in Croatia
  • Your Croatia cruise holiday is covered by our ATOL cover providing you 100% financial protection and peace of mind for your trip
  • Our concierge team provide not only 24/7 support throughout the booking process and the trip, but also some little touches to show we care from the minute you get in touch

Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner


When you arrive in Dubrovnik you’ll find your brand-new luxury ship docked in the Gruž Harbour waiting for you. You can board whenever you like and enter your cabin at 1:00pm. So if you arrive in the morning, we suggest that you drop off your luggage and head out to get your first glimpses of the stunning Pearl of the Adriatic – perhaps starting with a stroll around the harbour admiring the yachts, before finishing up with a light walk around the top of the medieval city walls. In the evening we’ll host a welcome meeting followed by a dinner at 7:30pm, which will be a great opportunity for you to meet with the captain, crew and your fellow passengers. If you’re arriving later, then be sure to let us know and the crew will arrange a late dinner. Overnight in Dubrovnik.


After a delicious morning breakfast you’ll meet our local English-speaking guide for a tour of Dubrovnik. We’ll pick you up at the pier and drive first into the hills that surround the city to take in the breathtaking scenery. From here you can get a real feel for the town, taking in the iconic terracotta-red rooftops and the stunning blue tones of the Adriatic as it brushes up against the city walls and gently laps at the surrounding beaches. Afterwards, we’ll drive back into the UNESCO-listed old town of Dubrovnik for a walking tour. Your guide will then introduce you to many of the city’s most beautiful sights, including the baroque church of St. Blaise, the renaissance Sponza Palace and the gothic Rector’s Palace, whose arched entrance is reminiscent of the architecture of Venice. We’ll be finished up before lunch giving you more than enough time to explore the rest of the city at your own pace before a transfer back to the ship at 16:00pm.

When you return we’ll bid farewell to Dubrovnik and set sail towards Šipan Island. On arrival we’ll dock in the idyllic fishing village of Šipanska Luka or if the weather isn’t playing nicely we’ll head to the picturesque dock of Slano instead. We’ll have dinner on board and spend the evening here. Overnight in Šipanska Luka or in Slano on the mainland.


We’ll start our morning with a departure to the island of Mljet for a tour of the stunning Mljet National Park where we’ll visit the Islet of St. Mary that sits in the middle of the calm turquoise waters of the lake, and is home to a 12th century monastery. If you’re a fan of freshwater swimming then you’ll have the opportunity to take a swim right here in the national park before we head back to the ship for lunch, if not, then you can simply take in the gorgeous vistas of the island and its two lakes, drink a coffee at the monastery, explore a little more of the park’s flora or even rent a kayak for a pre-lunch row.

We’ll sail as we eat lunch and arrive in Korčula Town in the afternoon. You’ll meet your English-speaking guide who will lead you through the old town’s labyrinthine streets before leaving you for the evening to explore at your leisure. We suggest taking a walk along the beaches before returning to the old town for dinner and to sample a tasty local white wine made from the pošip grape, which is a favourite of the region. Overnight in Korčula Historical Town.


In the morning, we’ll set sail for the intoxicating shores of Vis Island, stopping just before we arrive for a post-lunch swim stop. The island has mostly withstood modern development due to its time spent as a military zone and so offers lush island interiors, rustic beaches and charming well-preserved fishing villages, with very few hints of modernity. While on Vis we suggest a swim in the dreamy Stiniva bay that is almost entirely hidden from view. A small body of water can be found through a small opening leading to the sea, which is flanked by two cliff faces that hide a small seashell shaped beach. It isn’t exactly a secret anymore but is more than worth a visit. Afterwards, spend the afternoon in Vis Town, walking along the seafront promenade and exploring the town’s intriguing history via its telling collection of architecture, which includes the remains of a Greek cemetery, Roman baths, an English fortress and a selection of houses and churches that span the Venetian and Austrian eras. Overnight in Vis Town.


Today we’ll cruise to Bisevo where we’ll make a stop to look at the magical Blue Cave. The cave can only be entered by boat and is a large chasm that has a natural opening that allows the sunlight through, and at certain times of day, casts the cave in an ethereal blue light. It’s not always possible to enter the cave due to tides and increment weather, so if we can’t visit, we’ll arrange a trip to the WWII RAF Airport and the pretty fishing village of Komiža  – both of which are on Vis.

Afterwards we’ll continue cruising through the glittering seas of the Adriatic towards the super chic island of Hvar. We’ll arrive in Hvar in the afternoon and embark on a walking city tour of Hvar town. Our English-speaking guide will walk you through the town’s major attractions, and talk you through the culture and history of the island. We’ll leave your evening free for you to explore as you please, but we suggest donning your flashiest heels to spend the evening in one of Hvar’s fantastic restaurants – whether in the chic harbour or the atmospheric old town. Overnight in Hvar Historical Town.


After our evening in Hvar town, we’ll head back to the ship and sail towards Brač and the town of Bol where we’ll visit the famous Zlatni Rat beach, the iconic horn-like stretch of sand that reaches far into the azure waters of the Adriatic. We’ll stay in Bol until lunch, leaving you enough time for a morning swim, a stroll through the town or a coffee in a pretty, old town cafe. We’ll enjoy lunch aboard the ship before we sail onwards to Trogir.

Shortly after dropping anchor, you’ll meet with your English-speaking guide for a tour of Trogir’s UNESCO-listed old town. The tour will take you through most of Trogir’s old town attractions, including an antique collection of churches, monasteries and towers, as well as the stunning Cathedral of St Lawrence, whose architecture spans several styles and centuries – from Romanesque to Gothic. In the evening, the ship will host the captain’s dinner with a plethora of live entertainment and music, as well as a delicious multi-course dinner. Overnight in Trogir Historical Town, (B,L, Captain’s dinner with live music)


Today is our final morning of sailing and we’ll spend it cruising through the Adriatic towards the ever-enchanting city of Split on the Dalmatian coastline. You’ll arrive early with more than enough time for a city tour with a local English-speaking guide. The tour will take you through the cobbled streets, palatial piazzas and breath-taking architecture of the enormous, UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace – where you’ll see almost two thousand years of history and culture told through the medium of architecture.

After the tour, our guide will leave you with the rest of the afternoon to explore at your own pace. There’s a multitude of beaches to explore, a chic marble-lined seafront promenade filled with bars and restaurants, and dazzling views from atop the bell tower of the Sveti Duje Cathedral in the old town.  Overnight in Split Historical Town.


Today you’ll bid farewell to the crew and captain for the final time as you are transferred to Split Airport or your onward accommodation in Split.

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  • The prices on our website are based on low season departures in May and October. Holidays from June through September will be higher, so please adjust your budget accordingly
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