Discover the beauty of sailing as we travel along the coast of Dalmatia at an easy pace on our brand new Oceanis 38.1
2940 EUR / 22050 HRK
Tourist tax 1,35 EUR / 10 HRK per person per night, transit log 130 EUR / 975 HRK per booking, overnight marina fee, fuel
People per boat:
People per boat:Max 6
Departure: 9:00 o’clock / 9.00 am Dubrovnik
Arrival: 18:00 o’clock / 6.00 pm Split
Meeting point:Marina Frapa Dubrovnik
Lapadska obala 21 a, 20 000 Dubrovnik
Comfortable, spacious, and modern, Oceanis 38.1 is the newest addition to our fleet and perfect for this four-day sailing trip. Sailing from Dubrovnik to Split, we will stop at Mljet, Korčula, and Hvar. This tour is a small private group tour that includes accommodation on the boat as well as a professional skipper to guide you through the experience.
Meet with our staff at the Marina Frapa Dubrovnik 15 minutes prior to departure time. After you check-in, we´ll be off to our adventure!
Take your time, relax, and enjoy island hopping at an easy pace. We will depart from Dubrovnik, known as the “pearl of the Adriatic” and will set sail towards the pristine island of Mljet an island full of lush and varied Mediterranean vegetation. We will spend the night in this small piece of paradise at a harbour called Pomena. The island of Mljet is a must-see destination in Croatia with an entire part of the island being a National Park.
In the morning we will continue our relaxing sail towards Korčula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, where we will be spending the night. The town of Korčula offers architectural delights every step of the way as you explore the historic narrow and cobbled streets. Filled with cultural heritage and historic attractions, you will not be short of things to do and see during your stay at Korčula.
Leaving the honey coloured stone buildings of Korčula and sailing towards the island of Hvar, it won´t be long until you are amongst the beauty of Hvar´s offshore archipelago, the Pakleni Islands. A mecca for nature lovers and sailors alike, you can choose between a calm cove where you can swim in the crystal-clear water or head to Palmižana if good music and good drinks are what you are after!
After a beautiful day enjoying the beauty of the Pakleni islands and a night spent in the famous party town of Hvar, we will head to the famous town of Split. Over 17 centuries-old with its historic core a protected UNESCO site, Split is the second largest town in Croatia. We will disembark at 18:00h in Split.
Our skipper always welcomes a helping hand and will accommodate you if you wish to learn a bit about sailing.