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NB: The indicated price is per person, in a double cabin. Minimum
booking: 2 places in a double cabin. It is not possible to book
single spots; if you're travelling solo, you need to book the
entire cabin (2 spots) and you'll be entitled to a 25% discount on
the price of the cabin. On board this cruise you will find a local
skipper and crew.
Explore, Adventure & Enjoy Croatia
The summer sailing season in the Adriatic Sea is an exciting time
and there's never a more spectacular opportunity to sail and
explore the islands of Croatia.
These jewels of the sea are home to warm weather, crystalline blue
waters, exciting outdoor adventures, historic sites and ancient
ruins, and some of the best dining & drinking options in the
- Frolic at the island of Drvenik, with a coastline that's famous
for delightful sand and pebble beaches, scenic coves, and peaceful
bays. Enjoy traditional Dalmatian cuisine at one of the island's
many small family restaurants and cafes. Drvenik is one of
Croatia's great unspoiled treasures.
- Visit Vis Island and Vis Town, destinations for lovers of great
wine and food. The island is also home to notable ruins from
ancient Greek and Roman times, as well as impressive Roman Catholic
churches and more recent medieval ruins. Outdoors enthusiasts can
explore the island's natural caverns and rugged trails.
- The island of Hvar is a wonderful destination to enjoy fun in the
sea or the sun. Its pristine beaches receive more sun than any
others in the region, making for a summer wonderland filled with
swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing, and just relaxing. Local wines
are regionally famous, perfect for sipping as you watch the sun
set. The ancient fortress of Fortica has exquisite views of the
harbor, town, and sea. - The Pakleni Islands, known regionally as
“Hell's Islands” because of the local shipbuilding industry, are
each unique and appealing. Some are havens for nature, with
amazingly clear and warm waters teeming with aquatic creatures –
prepare yourself for some of the best swimming of your life! Other
islands are home to outstanding dining, drinking &
entertainment options, with a local atmosphere that blends easy
going fun with jet-setting thrills. Our Croatia Gastronomy Route is
ideal if you want to combine your love of sailing with an
up-close-and-personal tour of some of Croatia's finest dining, wine
drinking & entertainment options. We sample some of the best
restaurants in the Middle Dalmatia region. DAY 1: Depart and sail
for Drvenik, the closest nearby Croatian island. Night spent at
DAY 2: Sail due south for the island of Vis, and the lovely scenic
town of Komiza. Dinner ashore at a local restaurant.
DAY 3: Visit the spectacular Blue Cave on the island of Biševo,
just offshore from Vis, then sail to the town of Vis itself to
attend a special wine tasting. Dinner ashore, to enjoy a meal of
peka, the regionally famous Croatian dish, and night spent at
anchor in the town harbor or nearby.
DAY 4: Hell's Islands: sail to Hvar and “Hell's Islands” (Pakleni
Islands), anchoring in a quiet bay. Dinner on board, with potential
option to visit Hvar via taxi boat (additional cost).
DAY 5: Also on the island of Hvar is the town of Starigrad. After a
day of sailing, enjoy dinner at a small restaurant and the
potential option for a visit to a local wine cellar, with transport
by van (additional cost).
DAY 6: Sail to the island of Solta. Schedule permitting, there is a
walking tour of the ancient monastery at Blaca. Anchor in a quiet
local bay, with dinner at a small restaurant in the town.
DAY 7: A final day of sailing and swimming, with arrival back to
the base at Trogir in late afternoon.
NOTE: Planned routes may be changed according to weather or other