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Dalmatian Dream - 8 days on catamaran ALL INCLUSIVE with hostess/cook

Next Departure:

June 15, 2024


Split Archipelago


6 days - 7 nights

Max number of passengers:

12 people


June - October

Suitable for travellers:

> 6 years

Boarding from:

City of Trogir

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1 traveller has booked this experience

This experience, in a nutshell

Explore the world aboard a catamaran cruise at the cabin. Immerse yourself in an organized sailing adventure, discovering dream destinations with the comfort of modern catamarans. With delicious meals and full board, a professional crew ensures you have a relaxing and stress-free holiday. Book a cabin with an en-suite bathroom for a perfect experience for couples, friends, and even solo travelers.

Explore Dalmatia on a fascinating sailing catamaran trip with the "Dalmatian Dream" itinerary. From Trogir to Maslinica, passing through picturesque islands such as Korčula and Vis, you will experience a week of sea adventures and cultural discoveries. Enjoy the crystal clear waters, lovely beaches, and historic towns, as you sail through the beautiful islands of the Dalmatian archipelago. With stops in quiet bays, visits to exotic botanical gardens, and explorations of ancient cities, this itinerary offers a perfect balance of relaxation and adventure. Discover the local gastronomy, fascinating history, and stunning scenery on this unforgettable journey through Dalmatia by sailing catamaran.

NB: The itinerary is subject to change without notice, depending on weather conditions and/or for technical reasons. The above sailing times are based on an average cruising speed of 6 knots. They may vary depending on the state of the sea, wind speed, and weather conditions. The company reserves the right to assign another type of catamaran to this cruise, which offers the same level of comfort and service.

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6 days - 7 nights

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Boat & Classes of Service

Dream D60 - 2023




18.28 m.





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Our itinerary

Our trip starts here:

City of Trogir.

Check-in: 6:00 PM

Our trip ends here:

City of Trogir.

Check-out: 9:00 AM

Leg 1

Day 1: Trogir - Maslinica

After check-in at the Marina Baotic base (6.00 pm), we will sail for just under 10 nautical miles to Maslinica, a small fishing village on the island of Solta. This quiet and relaxing place offers breathtaking views; It is known for its charm, quaint stone houses, and protected natural harbor. Maslinica beach is one of the most beautiful on the island of Solta, with crystal clear waters and white sand. It's a perfect place to switch off and enjoy nature. You can also have an aperitif at the Martinis-Marchi Fortress: this eighteenth-century fortress has been restored and transformed into a luxurious hotel. Visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the harbor from the terrace. We will spend the night at anchor in the bay, with a first dinner on board.

Leg 2

Day 2: Maslinica -Palmizana

After a swim, we'll sail to Palmizana, an island that is part of the Pakleni Islands archipelago. Here you can enjoy water sports (kayaks, paddle boards and snorkeling equipment on board) or simply swim to enjoy the beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters. In the afternoon, visit the exotic Botanical Garden, home to hundreds of rare species of plants: olive trees, laurels, rosemary, mimosas, and cacti. According to the history of the island, it was created by the Meneghello family, who bought the arid surface of the island and, after three generations, transformed it into an Eden that offers visitors the chance to feel in harmony with the sea and nature. You can also visit Hvar by water taxi, a town near Palmizana, famous for its mix of historical, Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles, and for the importance that the Venetian aristocracy gave to this place. Stroll through its streets full of colorful marbles and its many monuments such as the 16th-century St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Franciscan Convent, the Old Theater, and the Spanish Fortress that are worth a visit. We'll have dinner on board and spend the night anchored.

Leg 3

Day 3: Palmizana - Scedro

After a good coffee for breakfast, we will sail to the island of Korcula, stopping at Scedro, a small island with two bays, which played an important role in the history of navigation by generously offering protection to the first navigators, so much so that the entire island was named after the Old Slavic adjective štedri ("generous"). We will have lunch in this beautiful place before sailing to Korcula Town on the island of Korcula, famous because it is believed that Marco Polo was born there: you can visit a small stone house with a tower offering an incredible view, which is said to be the house where he was born. Stroll through the narrow streets to see how the spirit of a merchant town is still intact; you can admire a medieval town that still retains its defence towers and colourfully roofed houses. Its walls were the scene of many battles in the Middle Ages. We will have dinner on board and if you wish you can enjoy Korcula's nightlife, as we will spend the night in the marina/ harbour.

Leg 4

Giorno 4: Korcula - Vis

The day begins with sailing to Proizd, located on the west coast of the island of Korčula. You can see why it was voted the most beautiful beach in Croatia in 2007 by the Croatian National Tourist Board: the deep turquoise waters contrast with the white rocks, you will be left breathless. It's the perfect place to go for a swim, relax, or enjoy water sports before heading back on board for lunch. We will then set sail to Vis, a rocky island that is the furthest of the islands on the Dalmatian coast with one of the highest altitudes (580 meters) and which offers a breathtaking view of the entire region. The name Vis comes from the Croatian word Visena, which means height. Enjoy a stroll through the old town of Vis, full of beautiful galleries and delicious restaurants; you will also be able to visit the Roman ruins dating back to the fourth century BC. Vis was once under the control of Venice and therefore, you will find traces of Italian cuisine in the traditional cuisine of the island. We will spend the night in the marina of Vis.

Leg 5

Day 5: Vis - Komizia

After breakfast we will sail to Komizia, going around the island, passing first by the small island of Ravnik southeast of Vis, where we will be able to visit the natural phenomenon of the Green Cave (Zelena špilja) a rock formation where the water turns emerald green when the sunlight enters. Then we will go to Stiniva Bay to spend time on its beautiful beach and enjoy the scenery for lunchtime. After a relaxing afternoon, we'll start sailing to Komizia, located in the north of the island of Vis, below the high Mount Hum. Komizia is proud of its fishing history; its fishermen not only stationed their boats in the Adriatic Sea, but also traded with the nearby coasts, creating fishing centers there. Visit its narrow streets lined with 17th- and 18th-century stone houses that come up from the harbor.

Leg 6

Day 6: Komizia - Stari grad

We will start the day early and head towards Stari Grad, if we are lucky and the weather conditions allow it, we will take the opportunity to stop and visit the Blue Cave located on the island of Bisevo which is a few NM from Komiza, we will visit it after breakfast. Then we will head towards Tiha Bay, near Stari Grad on the island of Hvar with almost 4 hours of sailing. The island of Hvar is famous for having an unusually large fertile coastal plain and freshwater springs. It is covered in pine forests, with vineyards, olive groves, orchards and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. This is why it is called 'LAVENDER ISLAND'. The ancient Greeks founded today's Stari Grad, making it one of the oldest towns in Europe, today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stari Grad means 'old town'. Its remarkable Baroque and Renaissance architecture and the fact that it is one of the oldest towns in Europe, dating back 2,400 years, make it a must-see destination. After a good lunch, you can visit this interesting place with its white stone streets and marble paths, enjoying the aroma of lavender wafting through the atmosphere. After spending the afternoon visiting this incredible place, return on board for dinner and spend the night at anchor.

Leg 7

Day 7: Stari grad - Trogir

We will return to Trogir via the bay of Necujam (island of Solta) to have lunch and enjoy water activities, swimming or kayaking/paddle. Upon arrival in Trogir the afternoon is free to visit the city, called "the Croatian Venice". Trogir is a small pearl of UNESCO World Heritage that will hardly leave anyone indifferent. The tiny old town of this town is located on an island of just 1 km² connected by two bridges to the mainland on the north side and a bridge to the island of Čiovo on the south side. Explore its alleys and small patios and main monuments.

Leg 8

Day 8: Disembarkation

After breakfast disembarkation at 9.00 a.m. The itinerary may be subject to change without notice due to weather and/or technical reasons.

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PRASLIN Dream Premium 8 days - Catamaran ALL INCLUSIVE with hostess/cook


Verena R.

It was a great katamaran trip with delicious food, excellent places and nice people! We really enjoyed our trip! :)
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PHUKET Dream Premium - 8 Days Catamaran ALL INCLUSIVE with Hostess/Cook


Giancarlo A.

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Klaembt R.

Boot ist ok, missing in the Night AC, during the day it works but in the Night??
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Dream Grenadines Premium - 8 days on catamaran ALL INCLUSIVE with hostess/cook



when I made the reservation I paid for a superior cabin and with the specific request written to you to have a bow cabin. I was assigned a central cabin, I would have liked an official communication from you, informing me of the availability or otherwise of the forward cabin and leaving me the free will to decide whether to accept or not, or withdraw from the contract for which I had paid. commercial and communication incorrectness

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