Sailing Croatia - Split to Dubrovnik
Day 1 Split
Please try to arrive at the meeting point before 14:00 for an important group meeting where you can meet the Chief Experience Officer (CEO) skipper and the other group members. The boat will be departing at 15:00. Split is one of Croatia's oldest cities and home to the ancient Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, which the historic part of the city is built around. Wonder the city streets and marvel at the Roman walls, squares and temples. Discover the neighbourhood of Varoš, one of the oldest parts of town, which boasts charming houses. Opt to climb up to Marjan's peak which offers a panoramic view of the whole city. Football fans will appreciate Poljud stadium, the second largest stadium in Croatia. Another highlight is wondering the Getski vrtal - spot rows of laundry hanging out to dry, great photo opportunity of a Croatian street scene.
Day 2-7 Adriatic Sea
Our 50ft nimble yacht is the perfect platform to explore these gorgeous islands. Flexibility is key to adapt to local weather conditions and the skipper will modify the itinerary to our advantage as we sail. Possible stops include: Hvar, Kor?ula, Mljet, Plo?e, Bra?. HVAR: A UNESCO World Heritage site, Hvar is a must see. Enjoy some amazing beaches, nightlife, pop & classical concerts, and festivals in the city that has inspired many Croatian writers and artists. This place has it all! Spend the night aboard at anchor (weather permitting) or in a local port with many facilities. KOR?ULA: Sail to the legendary Marco Polo’s place of birth, Kor?ula, a typical medieval walled Dalmatian city and one of the Adriatic’s most lush green islands. Indulge yourself in this historic island and forget about the world around you. Caves and secluded beaches make this an attractive destination for exploration. MIJET: Known well for its hiking, biking, swimming, stunning scenery and peaceful atmosphere. The lushly forested island is so seductive, it's said that Odysseus came and stayed for seven years. Take a guided tour of the National Park, or bask in the green waters by the rocks. KOR?ULA: Sail to the legendary Marco Polo’s place of birth, Kor?ula, a typical medieval walled Dalmatian city and one of the Adriatic’s most lush green islands. Indulge yourself in this historic island and forget about the world around you. Caves and secluded beaches make this an attractive destination for exploration. PLO?E: Step ashore at this bustling town and do some shopping, or laze at one of the many beautiful beaches. Take a walk along the splendid coast and meet your fellow travellers in the evening time for catch up and dinner. BRA?: Let the wind fill the sails and push you towards your next amazing piece of heaven. Explore coasts & beaches and crystal clear waters. Have a barbeque lunch on a deserted beach, take in some vineyards, or stop in the middle of the Mediterranean sea for a dip. This island is well-known for Zlanti Rat Beach, where the tides, currents and wind are constantly shifing the shape of the beach.
Day 8 Dubrovnik
Explore the Mediterranean port town of Dubrovnik, known as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. The UNESCO World Heritage site boasts plenty of churches, monasteries, fountains, and plazas to discover. The mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles will keep your camera interested as you wonder through the streets. Enjoy the last night aboard, or join the rest of the group for dinner and drinks while reminiscing the epic journey through the Adriatic Sea.