7 Day Private Cruise with traditional gulet

So you have decided to explore one of the most beautiful seas in the world? Welcome to the holiday of your dreams!

Adriatic Sea

Meet and experience the beauties of the Adriatic Sea, enjoy sailing, cultural highlights, pristine beaches and divine cuisine.

How funny, people say that the most intimidating part of your sailing holiday is to decide on itinerary. Since this is a private tour, you have all the time in the world to start planning one, with lots of room for changes. It is absolutely possible to modify it as things come up along the way. However, try to explore as much as you can before we start… maybe ask someone who was in Croatia before! Or if not, we are here to help! Our flexible crew will help your holiday really becomes dream come true!

Our boat is located in Dubrovnik and that will be our starting point. 7-days sailing routes in Dalmatia are the most common ones.  We will give you an example of 7 day private cruise.

We can leave Dubrovnik and head to “the greenest island in Croatia” island of Mljet. Mljet is meaning of the word untouched nature. It is completely covered with forest and serene sandy beaches. Island of Mljet is very interesting thanks to two salty lakes in the island that are part of National park Mljet. Island if full of small picturesque settlements like Saplunara and Skrivena luka which are thought to be paradise for nautical tourists.

After day or two on this “heaven on earth” island, we could visit island of Korčula and town of Vela Luka. Vela Luka dates back to 20,000 B.C. and it has changed many rulers. The Illyrians, Romans and Slavic peoples have all left their marks, but today Vela Luka is more beautiful than ever. It is located in sheltered bay that is almost nine kilometers long.

The next day, we can go to southwestern coast of the island of Hvar, where a group of 20 islets await. Pakleni otoci (Hell’s islands) are a unique natural beauty. Islets covered in forest for a small archipelago amidst crystal clear blue sea. The best shelter here is in Palmižana, on the northeastern coast of the isle of St. Klement. Palmižana is the most popular resort on Hvar.

Maybe you will decide to visit island of Korčula. It is rich in lush vegetation from which names derives. Here we can enjoy swimming on many beaches, as well as diving in an underwater world of exciting flora and fauna. Marina where we can stay is located east of town of Korčula.

If you feel like it we can sail right next to mainland towards city of Split! You will southern and central Dalmatia from the best angle.  Remember, you are free to change the sailing itinerary according to your preferences!

If you have any concerns or question about this 7 day private cruise with traditional gullet please ask us. We are more than happy to assist.

Now something about our boat!


The boat “Mila majka” (eng. “Dear mother”) was built in 1963. in small town of Punat on the island of Krk.

At first, its purpose was to carry the cargo, until the 1988. when it was completely reconstructed for tourism purpose. It was reconstructed for the second time in 2016. In the property of the Lelas family comes in 2004.

The length of the boat allows anchoring in magical small bays. The boat has the option of organizing cycling groups who like active holidays. Top quality gastronomy, kind service and family atmosphere have been the reasons of positive experiences of our guests for years.

If you want to see the hidden beauties of Dalmatia, enjoy traditional Dalmatian food and top quality fish specialties, you are at the right place.

Join us and create unforgettable memories!


– Year: 1988 (refit 2016.)
– Length over all:20 m (65.6 ft)
– Beam:5.5 m (18 ft)
– Engine:200 hp
– Fuel: Diesel
– Cruising speed:7.5 nm
– Fuel capacity:1100 l
– Water capacity:4500 l
– Cabins:10
– Berths:20
– Shower / WC:4/3
– Flag: HR
– Crew cabins: Separated
– Equipment: GPS, VHF marine radio, Tender with outboard engine Yamaha 25 Hp, fishing equipment, snorkeling equipment.



The Price includes also fuel i stand up paddle board.