This stunning yachting holyday starts in Dubrovnik, a city unique in its political and history with a world-wide famous cultural heritage and beauty. Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean attracting more and more yacht charter enthusiasts. Apart from its outstanding natural beauties and well-preserved cultural and historical heritage, Dubrovnik also offers high-quality visitor opportunities.
After boarding you be will informed by the crew, about the boat and cruising itinerary. We will depart from Dubrovnik Harbor in the afternoon and set sail towards our first destination, Zaton, meaning cove and protected from all winds, making it a perfect place to swim and take a sunbath on the beach while enjoying calm strolls through the pine forest. Becoming more and more popular among the Jet-Set, buying summer houses from that location, it’s starting to look like the ‘Billionaires’ Bay’ in the south of France. Overnight in Zaton.
Cruising to Korčula Island in the morning. We will enjoy lunch in the amazing Lumbarda Bay. The town of Korčula, known as the home of Marco Polo, was mostly built in the 15th century, and the locals of this island were famous for their decorative stone carving work, still visible on the city’s facades. Including many good gourmet restaurants around the edges of the seaside, Korčula is also known as a gastronomic destination. Dinner and overnight in Korčula.
Take time to relax while we will be cruising back up along the Adriatic as we make our way to Makarska Riviera. You wil have here the occasion for swimming at one of the beautiful beaches along the Riviera, resting on board or enjoying a walk around the streets of Makarska while exploring the local markets on the beach. Take time to discover the tip of the Riviera for an incredible view of the Biokovo Mountain range and visit the statue of St Peter watching over this beautiful town. Tasty cocktails and spectacular sunsets over the Adriatic are waiting for you as you absorb the beauty of Makarska.
We will set the sail to Split right after the breakfast. We will make a swimming stop in secluded bays just outside of Split before arriving to this spectacular city as we will cruise into the harbor of Split in the afternoon. Split is a UNESCO World Heritage city basing its center around the Diocletian’s Palace. Dinner and overnight in Split.
Enjoy breakfast overlooking the amazing landscapes offered by the Adriatic while we cruise towards Hvar Island. Take a dip into the refreshing Adriatic and relax under the Croatian sunshine during the swimming stop we will make before the lunch is served onboard. After lunch we will continue to Hvar. Hvar still remains authentic with its narrow streets and historic architecture and the ruins of a fort dating from the 7th century overlooking the town, a must-see for breathtaking views. Take a walk to the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower, as well as to the oldest community theatre in Europe, which dates back to 1612.
HVAR – MLJET
Today we will cruise to Mljet Island, Croatia’s greenest island covered by a dense pine forest and preserved as a National Park. The park is famous for its two salt lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero, and the Benedictine monastery in the middle of Veliko dating from the 12th century. After exploring, you may spend your afternoon on the top deck of your yacht watching a magical Mljet sunset with a fresh drink in hand.
We will be cruising the Dalmatian coast toward Dubrovnic for the last morning of this stunning yachting itinerary. Take the time to take beautiful pictures and saunter around its narrow streets and picturesque harbor. With 60% of the buildings damaged, Dubrovnik has been lovingly reconstructed after the destruction occurred during the war in 1991 and 1992. Today, she is back better than ever offering and unforgettable yacht charter experience.
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