One way cruise from Dubrovnik to Split

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Do you dream about relaxing in the peaceful coves of the numerous Adriatic Islands, surrounded by the sea and the breeze aboard a magnificent yacht? This is a perfect one-way cruise from Dubrovnik to Split where you will have a chance to meet all beautiful places and meet many different cultures.

Cruise rates for this one-way cruise from Dubrovnik to Split per person in eur based on double occupancy.

DAY 1 – Saturday: Dubrovnik

Welcome to Dubrovnik, „The Pearl of Adriatic“. When you arrive at the airport, our representative will greet you and assist you in boarding the Split harbor. You will be able to check-in after you arrive at the harbor. From 2 p.m., your cabin will be ready for you. If you arrive early, you will be able to safely store your bags aboard the ship. After settling in, follow our local guide for a tour of Split’s old town, where you’ll learn about Emperor Diocletian’s Palace and the city’s historic history. The Welcome Dinner will be served aboard the ship in the evening. The cruise manager will meet you with the rest of the crew.

Overnight in Dubrovnik.

DAY 2 – Sunday: Slano

The second day of one way cruise from Dubrovnik starts early in the morning. We will have breakfast. After that, we will travel to Dubrovnik’s old town, where a local guide will lead you on a sightseeing tour of the UNESCO-protected old town, introducing you to the city’s most important buildings and treasures. After visiting Dubrovnik, we set off for Slano, a gorgeous town in a deep bay a few hours sailing north of Dubrovnik. We’ll arrive in Slano after lunch onboard and a swim stop. Upon arrival, we will begin our gastronomic experience in Ston, which is noted for its large Medieval fortifications and a two-thousand-year-old oyster farming heritage. With a glass of wine in hand, we’ll be enjoying this natural aphrodisiac fresh from the sea after a short boat ride to the oyster farm in the center of the bay. Later in the afternoon, we will return to Slano, and the rest of the day is yours to enjoy. Your cruise manager will be on hand to provide information about local attractions as well as restaurant recommendations.

Overnight in Slano.

DAY 3 – Monday: Mljet

We leave early in the morning for Mljet, one of the Adriatic’s most picturesque and densely forested islands. The island is known for its mysticism, olive trees, vineyards, and lush woodlands, and it is remote and unspoiled. We will have lunch on board. We will also stop for a swim. After that, we will go to the town of Pomena. A visit to a national park that encompasses the majority of the island is scheduled upon arrival in Pomena. The park’s two saltwater lakes, the Little Lake and the Big Lake, with its Benedictine abbey on the Isle of St. Mary, are the park’s highlights. You are warmly invited to the Captain’s dinner this evening on board the ship.

Overnight in Pomena.

DAY 4 – Tuesday: Korčula

During breakfast, we head towards the island of Korčula, stopping along the route for a swim in one of the numerous hidden bays. We will have lunch on board. We will arrive in Korčula in the afternoon. Korčula is the birthplace of Marco Polo, the legendary adventurer. Our local guide will take you on a tour of Korčula’s old town. Many fascinating stories and legends about the city and the life of Marco Polo, Korčula’s most famous son, will be told to you. In the evening, we recommend dining at one of Korčula’s numerous fine restaurants. If you’re hesitant, you may always ask your cruise manager for recommendations for restaurants.

Overnight in Korčula.

DAY 5 – Wednesday: Vis

The fifth day of one way cruise from Dubrovnik will start in the morning by sailing to Vis. We will have lunch on board. We will arrive in Vis in the early afternoon. From 1945 until the dissolution of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, the island of Vis, historically a significant naval post, was restricted to tourists, which helped preserve the true aspect of its settlements. In the afternoon, you’ll have free time to explore Vis at your leisure and take in everything it has to offer. We recommend paying a visit to the Archaeological Museum, which is located in the old Austrian fort Gospina batarija (Batteria della Madona) right on the beach, or simply taking a stroll along the seaside promenade, which is lined with bars and restaurants where you will find a lovely place to eat. Your cruise manager can always give you some excellent dining recommendations or suggestions for interesting places to visit.

Overnight in Vis.

DAY 6 – Thursday: Stari Grad

We continue our journey by sailing to Biševo and the Blue Cave, a remarkable natural phenomenon. The Blue Cave is an Adriatic Sea wonder and the most beautiful sight on the island of Vis, and you’ll realize why so many people come to view it every year. We continue our trip by sailing to Stari Grad after a visit to the Blue Cave, with a swim stop on the Paklinski Islands. We will have lunch on board. In the early afternoon, we will arrive in the town of Stari Grad on the island of Hvar, after a swim stop. You will have some free time upon arrival to explore Stari Grad at your leisure. Later in the afternoon, we will visit the UNESCO-protected Stari Grad Plain, where you will be able to enjoy a gorgeous sunset as well as traditional local Hora agricultural products and a delicious “peka” dinner while surrounded by olive orchards and lavender fields. If you wish to go to Hvar in the evening, it’s only a half-hour drive from Stari Grad, and your cruise manager will help you arrange a local transfer there and back.

Overnight in Stari Grad.

DAY 7 – Friday: Split

The seventh day of one way cruise from Dubrovnik starts early in the morning. We will have breakfast on board. We will sail to the island of Brač early in the morning. You will have the opportunity to swim at the world-famous Zlatni Rat beach before having lunch on board. We continue our way to Split after the swim stop, arriving in the early afternoon. Upon arrival, accompany our local guide for a walking tour of Split’s old town, where you’ll learn about Emperor Diocletian’s Palace and the city’s historic history. You will have free time after the walking tour to explore the city. Your cruise manager will be on hand to provide local expertise and restaurant recommendations for restaurants or bars.

Overnight in Split.

DAY 8 – Saturday: Split

After breakfast, it’s time to check out You must vacate your cabin by 9 a.m., but if your departure transfer is later than that, you may keep your luggage onboard until your transfer time.

Port of Dubrovnik

PRICES

Cruise rates for this one-way cruise from Dubrovnik to Split per person in eur based on double occupancy.

Guaranteed departures.

EUR per person/weekDeparture dates 2022, Saturdays
Cabin typeApril 30

May 7, 21

May 14, 28

June 4, 11, 18, 25

July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

August 6, 13, 20, 27

September 3, 10, 17

September 24

October 1, 8

Main deck cabin1.267,00 €1.521,00 €
Lower deck cabin1.267,00 €1.521,00 €
Balcony deck1.267,00 €1.521,00 €
Reductions:
3rd adult sharing a cabin
Child (age 3-11,99 years) in a cabin with 1 adult
Child (age 3-11,99 years) in a cabin with 2 adults
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