3 day private sailing with breakfast, lunch, wine and beer included!

Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries in the Mediterranean, and is one of the most attractive tourist destinations, especially when it comes to choosing a summer destination. Its beautiful indented coast is ideal for sailing because Croatia has over a thousand islands that will give you an experience of Croatian culture and tradition. On our site you can find a handful of cruises and sailing trips, however, if you are more of a person who loves to sail privately, we have an ideal offer for you.

Our 3 day private sailing will give you an unforgettable experience navigating the indented coastline of this beautiful country, with breakfast, lunch, wine and beer included in the price. This private sailing trip starts in Omis, from where you will head to Hvar, one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic, you will also visit the Pakleni islands, one of the most famous tourist attractions in the area, and the rest of the sailing includes a visit to the island of Solta and Brac.


Omis is located in the Split-Dalmatia County, near the coast. Omis is a beautiful small town that will delight you with its history and culture that has been present since ancient times. Omis is a very popular tourist town, and in addition it is the center of the Omis coast. Omis is also known for its natural beauty, which includes the Cetina River canyon. Omis is also famous for its glorious pirate history, because the pirates used to control the Omis stands. Omis was used as a lookout so that merchant ships couldn’t stay unnoticed when sailing along the Brac channel. 

Hvar island

Hvar is located in front of the eastern Adriatic coast, and belongs to the group of central Dalmatian islands. Hvar is known as one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic, which is why it is called Sunny Hvar. This island is also known for its rich culture and tradition, hedonism, but also island architecture. Hvar is full of magnificent Roman villas, Renaissance mansions, but also famous restaurants, cafes and clubs that attract large masses of visitors around the world. This island will enchant you with its history and heritage, which include island monuments and buildings that consist of beautiful mystical churches and Illyrian ruins.

Pakleni islands

The Pakleni islands are a set of limestone islands in the Adriatic Sea, located a few hundred meters south of the island of Hvar. These islands are one of the most famous tourist attractions, and most often the islands are panoramic. The name of the island comes from a pine resin called hellebore, used in shipbuilding.

Solta island

Solta is an island in central Dalmatia (Southern Croatia), not far from Split, west of Brac, measuring 51.9 km², which administratively belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. The island is separated from the mainland by the Split Channel, by the Brac Split Gate, and by Drvenik Veli Solta Channel. Solta is a beautiful island full of family farms where you can enjoy wine, oil and honey.

Brac island

Brač is the largest island in Dalmatia and the third largest in the Adriatic Sea, characterized by specific Brač settlements, extremely interesting culture, but also beautiful natural and cultural attractions. Brač is located in front of Split, and is one of the longest islands with a total length of 40 kilometers. The island itself was built of carbonate-limestone rocks 100 million years ago, and is located on a site which offers the island the characteristics of the Mediterranean climate. The Mediterranean climate includes dry summers and mild and short winters, and Brač itself belongs to one of the sunniest areas in Croatia.The island of Brač is characterized by a specific culture that is immediately visible due to the modest architecture of Brač seamen, fishermen and other locals. Renaissance culture and art flourished on Brač in ancient years, and the remains of that culture are visible on churches, palaces, sculptures and other buildings.


Day 1: Sail starts at 9 a.m. from Omiš to Hvar and Pakleni islands and lunch (1) – Overnight in Palmižana.

Day 2: Breakfast (1) in Palmižana – sail to Šolta, Stomorska and lunch (2) – Overnight in Bobovišće, Brač.

Day 3: Breakfast (2) in Bobovišće, Brač – Optional tour of Pustinja Blaca Monastery (The Blaca Hermitage) – Return to Bobovišće and lunch (3) – Swimming in Stipanska beach or Lovrečina bay – Return to Omiš at 7 p.m.


THE PRICE OF THE SHIP IS (regardless of the number of passengers):

2250€ (01.04. – 01.07. and 01.09. – 01.11.)

2650€ (01.07. – 01.09.)

PRICE INCLUDES: private yacht (with 3 cabins, living room, kitchen, bathrooms, sun deck) professional skipper, fuel, marina taxes, daily breakfast, daily 3 courses lunch, wine, beer, soft drinks, snorkeling equipment, bed linen, final cleaning, insurance.

The Price includes also fuel i stand up paddle board.

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