Rates shown are per double cabin and they include:
7 DAY cruising
3 crew members
Fuel for 4 hours daily navigation
5 hours generator work daily ( for Air conditioner)
Still water, tea and coffee
Port taxes, tourist taxes
Complete linen, towels and beach towels
Wi fi (1GB per day)
Half Board supplement: Euros 315 per person per week, includes: 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 2 dinners)
Children: 3 years and younger free of charge, 50% discount for children from age 3 to 12.
Entrance fees for National Parks (where applicable)
Gratuities for the crew
Check-in – Saturday at 15.00hrs
Check-out – Saturday by 09.00hrs
Below is an example of a one-way program between Split and Dubrovnik (itinerary is always weather dependent):
1st day: Saturday / SPLIT – MILNA, BRAČ
Check in by 3:00 pm. Free time for settling in the cabins. Overnight in Milna.
(Milna is located on the western side of the island Brač, 18 kilometres from Supetar. It is a charming village with a natural, very secure harbour.)
2nd day: Sunday / MILNA, BRAČ – VIS
After breakfast, sailing to Vis – the most distant of all islands of the Central Dalmatian archipelago. As well as for its cultural wealth and historical heritage, Vis is also well-known for its natural beauty.
There are many vineyards on Vis and this small island is quite big on wine production. The most popular, authentic white wine is definitely the Vis Vugava. There are many cellars and restaurants that we can suggest for tasting some of the Vis wine.
3rd day: Monday / VIS – HVAR
After breakfast, sailing to the Pakleni archipelago (Devil Islands) which are unique and the most recognisable natural beauty of Dalmatia.
Lunch is served on board. In the afternoon or early evening, transfer with the dinghy to the town of Hvar. This is a great town which has a rich nightlife and many good restaurants specialized in local cuisine. Overnight anchoring in one of the bays of the archipelago.
4th day: Tuesday / HVAR – KORČULA
After breakfast, sailing to the island of Korčula, (said to be) the birthplace of Marco Polo. The Dalmatian coast and the islands were part of the Venetian Republic in 1413. Lunch will be served on the boat. Overnight in Korčula.
5th day: Wednesday / KORČULA – MLJET
Breakfast is served on board. We will sail to the island Mljet with a stop for swimming and sunbathing. Lunch is served on board. Sightseeing of the National Park of Mljet. Overnight anchoring.
(For visiting the Park you will have to purchase an entrance ticket.)
6th day: Thursday / MLJET – ŠIPAN
After breakfast, sailing to the Island of Šipan (one of the three islands of the Elafiti archipelago). Sipan used to be a summer retreat for Dubrovnik aristocracy and one can still see beautiful stone houses in that area. Some have been turned into museums and a visit can be organised. There are also numerous architectural monuments from the Middle Ages. Lunch will be served on board. In the evening, we will serve the Captain’s dinner on board, for all the guests.
7th day: Friday / ŠIPAN – DUBROVNIK
After breakfast, sailing to Dubrovnik, with stop on the island Lopud for swimming and lunch. In the late afternoon, we will sail around the old town of Dubrovnik.
Evening is free for individual activities. Overnight in Dubrovnik (in one of the bays just outside the town).
8th day: Saturday / DUBROVNIK
Breakfast is served on board. The check-out time is 9:00 am.
Captain holds the right to change the route in the case of unfavourable weather conditions.
It is not permitted to bring your own food or beverages on-board.