Dubrovnik – Šipan or Slano – (Mljet) Korčula – Biševo (Blue cave) / Vis – Hvar – (Bol) Makarska – (Pučišća) Omiš – Split
The Superior Ship
On this cruise you will be staying aboard a superior A+ ship. Our superior ships are built within the last 3 years, with these newer ships offer larger and better-equipped cabins . 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 Dubrovnik to Split cruise in an upper deck cabin with air-conditioning and en-suite
- Return airport transfers
- Captains Dinner
- Half board with continental breakfast, 3 course lunch and bottle of water each day
- Sightseeing tour of Split
- Daily cabin cleaning service
- Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen
What’s not Included
- Flights to Croatia
- 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.
- 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 to your return to work with the holiday blues
SATURDAY DUBROVNIK – ŠIPAN or SLANO
We depart from Dubrovnik harbor Gruz at 13:00h. Lunch is served as you relax and enjoy the scenic views along the Dalmatian coastline, towards one of the Elaphite islands. On arrival you can explore the local attractions of Šipan or the charming fishing village of Slano, on the mainland. Overnight in the port.
SUNDAY ŠIPAN or SLANO – MLJET – KORČULA
After breakfast our Croatia cruise continues towards Mjlet. Lunch is served on board. On arrival in Mjlet you can visit the National Park where you will discover salt lakes, a quaint old abbey and church and winding paths that take you around the lakes. Bicycle rental is available if you want to explore further afield. We continue the cruise, and by late afternoon arrive at the historical old town of Korčula. The heart of the old town of Korčula is surrounded by ancient stone walls, and features fortified bastions and architectural structures that date back to the 13th century. Overnight in port.
MONDAY KORČULA – VIS
We continue our journey early in the morning and head towards the little island of Biševo, as you enjoy breakfast on route. The island’s most popular tourist attraction is the Blue cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon. A visit to the cave is dependent on weather conditions, but you will be notified by the crew in advance. The cruise then continue towards the island of Vis. Due to the island’s prime geographical position it was once a strategic harbour for the navy and was closed to the public until recently. Vis is a secluded island and is the perfect spot to explore the Mediterranean as it once was. Overnight in Vis.
TUESDAY VIS – HVAR
We depart Vis at breakfast and cruise to our next destination – the island of Šćedro. Here you can take advantage of a swim stop to bathe in the refreshing crystal clear Adriatic Sea. After lunch we depart for Hvar. Hvar is the longest island on the Adriatic coast and is considered to be a jet set hotspot. You can explore the historical sights and visit the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower. Hvar is also home to the oldest community theatre in Europe, which was founded in 1612. The heart of bustling Hvar has plenty of exciting local attractions to explore and restaurants, bars and cafes that are open long into the early hours. Overnight in Hvar.
WEDNESDAY HVAR – BOL – MAKARSKA
From Hvar we continue our cruise towards the island of Brač. On arrival you will have time to explore the attractions on offer in the town of Bol, which is famous for its stunning Zlatni Rat beach (Golden Cape). After a swim stop or a leisurely stroll around the heart of Bol, we continue our journey towards Makarska. This is a popular tourist destination and you will find plenty of charming churches, architectural attractions and cultural experiences to enjoy here on your island hopping Croatia holiday. Overnight in port.
THURSDAY MAKARSKA – PUČIŠĆA – OMIŠ
Early morning departure means that you can enjoy breakfast as we continue our cruise towards Pučišća. Situated on the northern side of the island of Brač, Pučišća is located at the bottom of the beautiful deep bay. This is the home of the world famous stone of Brač, which has been used to build monuments and historical buildings all over the world. You can visit a working stone-masonry workshop before we continue to Omiš. The quaint picturesque town of Omiš is surrounded by steep rocky mountain cliffs that allow the Cetina river to flow into the Adriatic Sea. This is the perfect place to enjoy river rafting. Overnight in port.
FRIDAY OMIŠ – SPLIT
We depart from Omiš for our final destination – Split. Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, Split is a beautiful historical old town that is famous for its ancient Diocletian’s palace. Join our guided English speaking tour of Split, on arrival, to fully enjoy all of the local culture and heritage on the last day of your Croatian island hopping experience. Overnight in Split.
After an early breakfast it is time to say goodbye to the crew and to all of your new friends.