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Croatia - Cruise along the Dalmatian Coast

Croatia - Cruise along the Dalmatian Coast

Split, Croatia

From: R 9,667.00
  • Prices

    From: R 9,667.00
  • Trip Reference

  • Flights

    No Flights Included
  • Duration

    7 Nights
  • Valid From

    14th of April 2018 (Saturday)
  • Valid To

    20th of October 2018 (Saturday)
  • Need Visa's

    South Africa: Yes
    British: No
    European Union: No
    American: No
Quick Holiday Overview

Take a 7 night cruise along the Dalmatian Coast! The most beautiful coastlines in thе world, filled with іdуllіс bеасhеѕ, hіѕtоrіс vіllаgеѕ, сhаrmіng towns аnd fаntаѕtіс hоѕріtаlіtу.



About the Holiday

Sail thrоugh ѕоmе of thе most beautiful coastlines in thе world, filled with іdуllіс bеасhеѕ, hіѕtоrіс vіllаgеѕ, сhаrmіng towns аnd fаntаѕtіс hоѕріtаlіtу. Discover thе dеlіghtѕ of Dalmatia, еxреrіеnсе Croatian trаdіtіоnѕ аnd sample a tаѕtе оf the lосаl fооd аnd wіnе. depart Split to Makarska, Mljet, Dubrovnik, Sipan/Trstenik, Korcula , Hvar and back to Split. Cruising with vintage motor-sailing ships along the magnificent Dalmatian coastline.

For this trip all you will need is a few T-shirts and a swimming costume to spend seven unforgettable days sailing on the southern Adriatic Sea from one island to another. Relax and let the captain and his crew (especially the cook) take care of you. During the day you can swim, snorkel, sunbathe, and explore the underworld of the Adriatic Sea. The evenings you have free to find a good restaurant or discover old churches or other historical monuments


Day 1
Saturday: Split - Makarska
Departure from Split harbour, Saturday at 13:00. After lunch sail along the Dalmatian coast down to Makarska Riviera. We spend the afternoon swimming at one of the beautiful beaches on the Riviera. From this beach those feeling adventurous can join our white water rafting excursion on the Cetina River and meet up with the ship in Makarska in the evening. Overnight in the port of Makarska, one of the most attractive resorts on the Croatian coast. Strolling along the streets of Makarska, you will come across numerous churches and other architectural and cultural sites.

Sunday: Makarska - Mljet
Early morning departure towards Mljet with the first stop on the Peljesac peninsula for a refreshing swim. The whole afternoon is free to look at the salt lakes in Mljet National Park and enjoy the sun and sea on this peaceful island. In the middle of the large lake, inside the National park, we can visit an old abbey and church, or just use a small boat to roam around the National park. Overnight in port Polaca or Pomena

Monday: Mljet - Dubrovnik
After breakfast we depart for Dubrovnik, which is the highlight of this cruise. On route will be time just for a short swim. Enjoy the beautiful sights of nature along the way towards -the heaven on earth, according to the famous writer George Bernard Shaw. Arrive to Dubrovnik in the afternoon when you can explore on your own or first join our guided tour of Dubrovnik with an English speaking guide. Take a walk through Stradun - both a street and a square, a promenade inside the city walls. For those of you with more enthusiasm we recommend a walk on top of the 1940m long city walls! Overnight in the port of this magical town.

Tuesday: Dubrovnik - Sipan/Trstenik
Late morning departure towards ipan isle or small town of Trstenik on the Peljeac peninsula, where we will swim in the afternoon and spend the night. Possibility of visiting a local winery and to enjoy a Captain's dinner on board in the evening.

Wednesday: Sipan or Trstenik - Korcula
After breakfast depart for island Korcula, the birthplace of famous explorer Marco polo. Lunch on board in the Lumbarda bay near the town of Korcula. Afternoon arrival where we overnight in port. Surrounded by ancient walls and fortified bastions Korcula's old town is very well preserved with its layout and structure dating back to 13th century. Optional sightseeing of Korcula and optional wine and appetizers tasting at a local winery before dinning in one of the numerous seafront restaurants or konobas on your own.

Thursday: Korcula - Hvar
Early departure towards the Pakleni Islands for lunch and a swim stop followed by afternoon sightseeing of Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic. Here we can find the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower as well as the oldest community theatre in Europe founded here in 1612. Hvar offers abundant entertainment, excellent restaurants, bars and cafes that are open long into the night. Overnight in Hvar.

Friday: Hvar (Bol) - Split
Our next stop will be the island of Brac. Swimming is planned at one of the most famous beaches in Dalmatia - Zlatni Rat near Bol (the Golden cape - its gravel promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly change in shape). Bol is a typical fisherman's town turned into a popular tourist destination. After lunch we will start our journey back to Split where the last overnight is planned. On our way to Split there will be another swim-break in one of the many bays on island of Brac. Arrival to Split in the late afternoon. Enjoy the view of Split Riviera arriving in Split. Possibility to join our guided tour of Split with an English speaking guide. Split is a monumental city under UNESCO protection that belongs not only to Croatians, but also to you, as it is a part of the world heritage. Here we find an abundance of Roman architecture - of special interest is the Diocletian palace.

Saturday: Split
Early breakfast after which it is time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends!

Departures: Split harbour on Saturdays at 13h00 / check in from 11h00 till 12h00

Includes & Excludes
  • 7 nights accommodation in an A+ Cabin with air conditioning
  • Breakfast & a three course lunch daily
  • A litre of water daily
  • Four course Captain's dinner
  • Three guided tours
  • Daily cabin servicing
  • International flights to Split
  • Visitors tax and Port fees are not included (to be paid on the spot) EUR25 per person per week.
  • Entrance to National Parks (prices vary from EUR 10 - 15 per person depending on season and park).
  • Water Supplement - EUR20 per person per week includes 1, 5 litre of water per person per day - to be paid on the spot.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Meals not itemised
  • Gratuities
Package Conditions:

Package is based on selected Saturday departures as follows:
14, 21, 28 April, 29 September, 06 & 13 October '18.

The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.

Split is the second-largest urban centre in Croatia. The city is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, more specifically the eastern Adriatic Sea.

Split was founded when Diocletian built his retirement home here in AD 295. Born in nearby Salona, this able soldier went on to rule the Roman Empire for two decades. When the palace was complete, he resigned and withdrew to his native Dalmatia where he spent his final years. When tribes of Avars and Slavs rampaged through the region, the people of Salona took refuge within the abandoned palace, turning it into a town in its own right. By the 11th century, the settlement had expanded beyond the ancient walls.

Split has a Mediterranean climate: hot, dry summers and warm, wet winters. Split is one of the sunniest places in Europe.

Within the palace is Split's Town Museum that recounts the history of Split in a series of drawings, coats of arms, weapons, furniture, coins and documents. Another excellent attraction is Split's Archaeological Museum which contains fascinating artefacts from the Roman and early Christian period. Most interesting are the reliefs based on Illyrian mythical figures.

Split's daily market is a sight worth seeing, whether or not you want to buy anything. Just steps from the ferry wharf and the bus terminal, this busy market is open daily from 7am to 1pm. Not only will you find the best deals on fruit, vegetables, olive oil, local brandies and other edibles and drinkables but there are tables of tools, utensils, clothes, boot, electronic and other odds and ends.

Beside the standard European cuisine present in all restaurants and hotels specialties from the grill and the roasting-spit (lamb, pork, and poultry) are very popular. Some specialties are as follows: the Gavrilovic salami, the Dalmatian smoked ham, salty pilchards, sheep cheese, peppered Slavonian sausages, paprika-flavoured salami, etc. From fish meals the fish stew is very savoury, and in the continental region the peppered fish stew with fresh-water fish is favoured.
Terms and Conditions

Prices are based on per person sharing. 
Due to the volatility in the South African currency and the price of fuel affecting the price of air tickets we cannot ensure the accuracy of the price as mentioned. The price quoted is indicative. The price was correct at the time of printing on 16 February 2018. 

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