Enter short and sweet cruise experience packed with historic monuments and splendid landscapes. From the imperial city of Split, set sail for Korčula, Slano and Dubrovnik and their hidden treasures on a 4-day cruise. From Roman-era palaces, ancient squares, and medieval city walls to forested islands and secluded beaches, this cruise is a great introduction to the rich history of Croatia. Enjoy this incredible adventure at a slow pace while you combine city exploring with a delightful sailing.
D1 Saturday / APT DUBROVNIK – DUBROVNIK PORT
Our journey starts in Dubrovnik, the enchanting Mediterranean jewel rich with numerous cultural and historic sights. The captain and the crew will give you a warm welcome. Dinner is served on board. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
D2 Sunday / DUBROVNIK
Have a lovely breakfast on a sunny deck and enjoy the beautiful view on Dubrovnik city walls. Discover Dubrovnik’s monuments as you wander around its cobbled streets. Lunch on board and free time for sightseeing or relaxing on local beaches. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
D3 Monday / DUBROVNIK – POMENA (MLJET ISLAND)
After breakfast, we sail out on a cruise from Dubrovnik to Pomena, a hidden port on the idyllic Mljet Island. Lunch is served on board. Housing the incredible National Park, Odysseus cave, numerous coves and incredibly green landscape this island will leave you breathless. Overnight in Pomena.
The entrance to National Park Mljet is not included in the rate of the cruise.
D4 Tuesday / POMENA (MLJET ISLAND) – JELSA (HVAR ISLAND)
In the morning hours, we set off to an island of Hvar. Known as the hotspot of swanky hotels, posh restaurants and luxuries lifestyle, prepare to be completely immersed in high-standards life. After lunch on board, stroll around the city of Jelsa and enjoy intimate atmosphere of hidden coves and beaches. Overnight in Jelsa.
D5 Wednesday / JELSA (HVAR ISLAND) – BOL (BRAČ ISLAND) – SPLIT
After breakfest we will sail to the island of Brač. Hope you are ready to let all the worries pass you by because you will be spending day on one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, Zlatni rat (Golden Horn). Dip in a crystal clear sea, sip on refreshing drinks and enjoy every moment relaxing in this stunning place. In the afternoon we will head to Split, where you will disembark from the ship.
Have a pleasant journey!
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
- 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
ALL CABINS ARE WITH A/C AND OWN TOILET AND SHOWER!
Port of Dubrovnik
Dates & prices
from 3.503,00 kn / € 467,00
Contact us for more informations.
INCLUDED IN PRICE
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
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
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.