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Intrepid Croatia Sailing Adventure: Split to Dubrovnik

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Explore Croatia’s stunning coastline from Split to Dubrovnik. Become immersed in Croatia’s natural beauty while sailing the stunning Adriatic coast. Mix lazy days of swimming and beach going with time spent exploring medieval fortresses, sitting in lively restaurants, wandering cobbled streets and hiking to ancient ruins. Wind down in the evening and fall asleep onboard the boat, being lulled to sleep by the sound of lapping waves.

  • What better way to see the historic towns, protected forests and stunning islands of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast than aboard a private yacht? All aboard for a week in paradise
  • Explore beautiful Split, where tradition, modernity and a variety of European influences come together.
  • A visit to the Diocletian’s Palace reveals some of the Adriatic Coast’s most important surviving Roman buildings
  • Bliss out on Brac’s world famous Zlatni Rat beach, a spit of white sand jutting out into turquoise waters
  • Opened to the public only in 1989, the island of Vis boasts coastal scenery and a military history just waiting to be discovered. Also, the local vugava wine is rather nice
  • Stari Grad, Hvar’s Old Town, is quite literally one of the oldest towns in Europe, and a charming one at that.

Day 1: Split

Situated on a small peninsula on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea, it’s the second largest city in Croatia. Split grew out from Diocletian’s Palace and you can almost see it evolving in a multitude of different ways right before your eyes. Some cultures might have made the palace a museum, but the city of Split has always been a dynamic, vibrant place and the palace houses many businesses as well as being home to locals.

Sunny Brac is the largest island in central Dalmatia, set among steep cliffs and a distinctly Mediterranean landscape. Villagers have farmed wine, olive oil, figs and almonds in the difficult interior of this rock-strewn island for centuries, but it’s the small, beach-side towns that draw the crowds.

Days 2-7: Sailing the Dalmatian Coast

Hvar (Brac to Hvar: 3 – 4 hours*)
Voyage along the Neretvanski Channel away from mainland Central Dalmatia. Settling in for an afternoon of beach-hopping, enjoying seafood fresh from the day’s catch and kicking back with cocktails on the waterfront.

Vis (Hvar to Vis: 3- 4 hours*)
Cruise to Vis, which is the furthest island from the mainland. Your skipper can help organise an optional island tour so that you can learn all about the history of this island which passed between Greek, Roman, Venetian, Napoleonic, Austrian and Italian hands.

Korcula (Vis to Korcula: 4 – 5 hours*)
Sail for a blissful five hours along the pebbled beaches, black pine groves and stony cliffs of the Peljesac Peninsula, through the jewel-like waters towards Korcula.

Lastovo (Korcula to Lastovo (3 – 4 hours*)
This is the largest island in the Lastovo archipelago, which branches to the northeast towards the islands and Lastovnjaci Vrhovnjaci

Mljet (Lastovo to Miljet: 3 – 4 hours*)
Head southeast and sail for six hours across the sea to Mljet. Set sail for the picturesque island of Mljet. Legendary in ancient history as the idyllic island where the shipwrecked Odysseus lived for seven years, today the island is a haven of lush national park, forests and small villages.

Elafiti Islands (Miljet to Elafiti Islands: 4 – 5 hours*)
Depart the picturesque Mljet and head to the hidden paradise of Elafiti Islands. Elafiti is made up of three main islands: Kolocep – Known as the green island because of its 100 year old pine groves, carol-trees, olive groves and citrus trees.

Day 8: Dubrovnik

Set sail to your final destination, Dubrovnik, where the trip ends around 10am. Sail time is appoximately 2 hours. There are no activities planned for today and you’re free to depart at any time.

  • Transport – Boat
  • Overnight boat accommodation
  • Skripper

The Sun Odyssey 509 is a classic sailboat, combing timeless design, exceptional seaworthiness and unmatched comfort. Fashioned with a traditional wood interior, the Sun Odyssey has an impressive saloon and offers spacious [for a sailing boat] cabins. Equipped with 4 twin/double cabins the Sun Odyssey is the perfect yacht for novices to learn the ‘ropes’.

Boat Features:

  • 4 double/twin cabins + skipper cabin
  • 3 shared bathrooms with hot water showers
  • Fully equipped galley kitchen with gas stove/oven
  • Saloon with seating for 10
  • Seating in the cockpit for 12
  • Outdoor speakers and stereo with USB connection
  • Saltwater shower in cockpit
  • Rigid inflatable dinghy
  • Snorkelling gear
  • Gangway plank and swimming ladder for easy access to water

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