4 Day one way Deluxe from Split


DAY 1 Wednesday / SPLIT

We will meet in Split harbor where our boat will wait for us. We will spend the day in Split and we recommend you spend the day exploring.

Split is the second biggest city in Croatia and the largest ferry port. It is the cultural and economic center of the region. It is accepted that 295 is the year when the city was founded, the year when Diocletian’s Palace was built. Split is a city of turbulent history, a city of culture and sports. It is a city of rich gastronomy and Mediterranean spirit. One of the most important sights is Diocletian’s Palace. It is one of most preserved monuments of Roman architecture in the world. The Palace is named after its creator Roman Emperor Diocletian and who spent his final years at the Palace. You will find a lot of interesting history here and you will learn a lot. If you decide to go to Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the Peristyle will be in the center and is impossible to miss. Peristyle is the heart and the most vibrant part of the entire Palace. Every day at 12pm, there is a mini-play with old Roman soldiers and Diocletian himself standing in the Peristyle. The Cathedral of Saint Domnius is located in the mausoleum of Emperor Diocletian. Christians turned the mausoleum into the cathedral in the mid-7th century, dedicating it to Virgin Mary. Since the early medieval times, the cathedral is named after Saint Dominus, a martyr from Salona and the patron saint of Split. Do not miss Marmont Street. One of the most beautiful streets and symbol of urban life in Split. Green oasis of Split is forest park Marjan. According to archaeological findings, it was inhabited as early as prehistory. Pieces of prehistoric pottery from the Bronze Age and parts of pots from the Antiquity and Late Antiquity were found in this site. Marjan is home to Veli potok or Voda sv. Duje, the only water on Marjan. We will spend the night in Split.


In the morning hours, we will set sail to island of Korčula. Greeks discovered this island and used to call it black Melaina Korkyra thanks to think pine forests you can see as we approach this amazing island. As most Dalmatian islands, Korčula is full of bays, traditional villages and surrounded by crystal-clear sea. Agriculture is also very strong, especially wine and fruit production. We will spend the day exploring town of Korčula. Widely known as a birthplace of a famous explorer and merchant Marco Polo and for sword dance event Moreška. We recommend you spend whole day in Korčula Old town, sometimes called called Little Dubrovnik because of the medieval squares, churches and houses. St. Mark’s Cathedral is another sight to visit simply beautiful and ornate. If you have two hours to spare se suggest to visit Korčula Town Walls, there is so much to see and do not forget explore all the little side alleys. We will have lunch onboard. We will spend the night in Korčula.


In the morning, we will sail towards Pelješac peninsula, famous for agiculture and specializing in winemaking. Red wine Plavac Mali is prime example of winemaking in Pelješac. We will visit Trstenik village situated on the southern coast of Pelješac. Trstenik has large pebble beach which make it ideal to stop and take a swim here. Sea is warm and crystal clear. Our next stop is Elaphiti Archipelago, a small archipelago of eight islands and five islets. Only three islands are settled: Šipan, Koločep and Lopud. In the late afternoon, we will sail to Slano, a village in southern Croatia with a small harbor in the bay of the same name. One of the most picturesque settlements is oriented mostly towards fishing and tourism. We recommend dining in one of restaurants and taverns. This is where we will spend the night.


After breakfast, we will head to Dubrovnik, “Pearl of Adriatic”.  Explore it on your own and learn why it has earned this title. Do not forget to visit Ancient City Walls, Old Town, Dubrovnik Cable Car that will take you Mount Srđ.

Have a pleasant journey!

D1 Wednesday / SPLIT 
Boarding in the afternoon. Overnight in Split.

In the morning hours, we head to Korčula, forested heaven of Adriatic. Spend the day exploring Korčula, a medieval walled town best known as a birthplace of a famous explorer Marco Polo. Lunch on board. Overnight in Korčula.

In the morning we will sail by the Pelješac peninsula, widely famous for its velvety red wine Plavac Mali. We will visit the picture-perfect village of Trstenik. From there, we will head to the Elaphiti Archipelago, a group of 14 islands and islets. Lunch and swimming breaks. In the late afternoon, we will sail to Slano, one of the most picturesque settlements in the Dubrovnik region. Overnight in Slano.

After breakfast, we will head back to Dubrovnik.
Have a pleasant journey!

MY Solaris

This stylish and comfortable yacht will take you and your guests to faraway places of your dreams. Built by Ante Vuković in 2018, the luxurious motor yacht Solaris measures impressive 44 m in length. With its modern and elegant design, it offers 20 spacious and comfortable cabins with 40 beds. The sun deck spreads on 250 m² providing a unique and diverse content, such us showers, saloon and table with benches.

CAPACITY: Max. 40 pax

  • length 44 m, built in 2018
  • 40 beds in 20 cabins with shower/toilet
  • individually controllable air conditioning
  • LCD-TV
  • safe and a small desk
  • Sun deck: 250 m2
  • WiFi Internet: Free

LOWER DECK: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 4 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired.

MAIN DECK: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 5 twin cabins with separate beds, 3 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. UPPER DECK: 1 single cabin



Port of Dubrovnik

Dates & prices

from 2.910,00 kn /€ 388,00

Contact us for more informations.

Half board
Welcome drink
Cleaning of the cabins and new towels on daily basis

Stay and harbour taxes 12 € per person per stay (to be payed on board)

Pre & post cruise accommodation

Single and triple cabins are on request

Due to specific requirements in some of the harbours, it is possible that ships will be tied sideways to each other and that passengers will need to transfer from one ship to another in order to get to the coast. Please be careful when transfering from ship to ship, and should you need assistance the crew members will be glad to provide assistance. All boat routes are dependent on the weather and therefore may be changed by the captain.

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