One way cruise from Dubrovnik with MS Ambassador


One-way cruise from Dubrovnik with an M/S Ambassador is a wonderful way to enjoy the luxuries of living onboard a modern steel motor cruise ship at a low cost. The M/S Ambassador has all of the amenities of a luxury yacht and will fulfill all of your refined cruise requirements. This opulent small cruise ship offers much more than first-rate equipment, sumptuous accommodations, gorgeous decks, and all the other nice technical aspects. This ship is fast and versatile, and it can transport you to places that larger ships can’t, such as old cities and isolated beaches.

A visit to the beautiful Biševo Cave is included in its extremely exclusive South Adriatic cruise itinerary.

Choose M/S Ambassador for your ideal island-hopping cruise in Croatia since it has it all: luxury, safety, intimacy, and thrill.

DAY 1 – Saturday: Dubrovnik

The ship will be anchored in Gruž harbor in Dubrovnik, where you can join during the day. We’ll hold a welcome meeting at 7 p.m., during which the captain will introduce you to the staff and other passengers. At 7.30 p.m., a welcome dinner will be served. The embarkation will be possible for the whole day. Passengers arriving early in the morning will not be able to check into their cabins until 1 p.m., but they will be able to keep their bags on board. All passengers arriving late at night will be met by the captain. Dinner will be served to all late-arriving guests.

Overnight in Dubrovnik (D).

DAY 2 – Sunday: Dubrovnik – Šipan Island or Slano

Our English-speaking guide and coach will arrive at the port after breakfast. We’ll go to Dubrovnik’s historical center. It is enlisted as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, and your guide will tour you around the city’s most noteworthy sights. After the city tour, you’ll be free to explore the city, visit the City Walls, or take a picturesque cable car to the summit of Mount Srđ for a 360-degree view.

We won’t have lunch on board on this day so you can spend more time in Dubrovnik and explore why it’s known as “The Pearl of the Adriatic.” The return coach transfer will take place between 2 and 4 p.m. (time will be confirmed on the spot).

The next place we will sail to is Šipan Island, where we’ll anchor in either Šipanska Luka, a tranquil fishermen’s town, or Slano, on the mainland. Slano is one of the most scenic destinations on the Dubrovnik Riviera. It has stunning beaches, lush pine forests and olive orchards, a long cultural legacy, and several historical monuments.

If we stay in Slano, we can organize an optional excursion to Ston. Ston is a fortified town noted for its 5-kilometer long walls, old saltworks, and oyster/mussels farm for those who are interested.

We will have dinner on board tonight.

Overnight in Šipanska Luka or Slano (B, D).

DAY 3 – Monday: Šipan Island or Slano – Mljet National Park – Korčula

The third day of one way cruise from Dubrovnik begins early in the morning with a drive to Mljet National Park. When we arrive, you’ll have just enough time to tour the park, walk around the Great and Small Lakes, see the Islet of St. Mary with its 12th-century Benedictine Monastery, and swim in the park’s center. The Mljet National Park entrance fee is included. We’ll set sail towards the island of Korčula in the afternoon. We will have lunch on board. The island’s largest settlement, Korčula, is the birthplace of Marco Polo, one of history’s most famous explorers. Our English-speaking guide will take you on a tour of Korčula Town, including its small and cobblestone alleyways, as well as its fascinating history. The rest of the evening is yours to spend at one of the local restaurants.

Overnight in Korčula Historical Town (B, L).

DAY 4 – Tuesday: Korčula – Vis

We will cruise to Vis Island in the morning. We will have lunch on board and stop for a swim along the way. The arrival to the Vis will be in the afternoon. Vis stands out from the rest of the Adriatic islands. Vis has been spared excessive tourist development since it has served as a crucial military bastion for generations, preserving its unspoiled beaches, ecological agriculture, and historic architecture. Spend the afternoon visiting Vis, with its lovely stone alleys, pristine beaches, and excellent taverns.

Overnight in Vis Town (B, L).

Optional excursion to Vis Island in the late afternoon

Our tour of Vis begins with a drive down the old road, which rises above the town and views the bay. After that we will step down to the fields and travel past vineyards and olive groves, passing by a WWII allied airport before arriving in Komiža. Komiža is a beautiful fishermen’s village. You will have some free time to spend at Komiža where you will be able to have dinner in one of the restaurants. Return to the boat to spend the night there. Reservations and payment on the spot.

DAY 5 – Wednesday: Vis – Biševo Blue Cave – Hvar

The fifth day of one way cruise from Dubrovnik will start early in the morning. We’ll cruise to Biševo Island and its Blue Cave, one of the Adriatic Sea’s most well-known natural wonders. Blue Cave is a flooded cave that can only be reached by boat. High waves, sometimes impede access to Blue Cave. We won’t know that until the morning of our visit. You will receive a full refund if we are unable to access Blue Cave due to bad weather. We’ll continue cruising past several coves and bays towards Hvar, Croatia’s sunniest island, after a swim stop and lunch on board.

Hvar is a popular tourist destination in Croatia and a meeting point for international jet setters. Upon arriving in Hvar, a local English-speaking guide will take you on a tour of this fascinating city, explaining its millennia-old history, culture, and way of life, as well as some of the island’s unique features, such as lavender farming.

Following that, you’ll have an evening to yourself to explore and have dinner in one of the many family-run restaurants and taverns.

Overnight in Hvar Historical Town (B, L).

DAY 6 – Thursday: Hvar – Bol – Trogir

We will sail to Bol, which is best known for its beach, Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape), which consistently ranks among the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Once we arrive in Bol, you can relax and enjoy simple pleasures like a stroll around this charming Dalmatian town. You can get a cup of coffee, or swim until lunch is served on board. We’ll continue cruising after lunch to Trogir, another UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will arrive there in the afternoon. The Cathedral of St. Lawrence, possibly Croatia’s best example of sacral architecture, is the primary attraction in this town museum, which is filled with palaces, churches, monasteries, and towers.

Trogir will be our destination for a city tour led by a competent English-speaking guide. After that, you will have some free time to explore on your own. This evening, we’ll have a Captain’s Dinner on board, as well as some live music.

Overnight in Trogir Historical Town (B, L, Captain’s Dinner with live music).

DAY 7 – Friday: Trogir – Split

On the seventh day of one way cruise from Dubrovnik, we will continue our voyage by sailing to Split, our final port. We will stop for a swim along the way. After lunch, our English-speaking guide will take us on a Split City tour in the afternoon, including a visit to the world-famous Diocletian’s Palace. Split is Croatia’s second-largest city and the administrative center of Split-Dalmatia County. Split, which is almost 1700 years old, is rich in cultural and historical sights, many of which are located inside the historical nucleus of Split, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. You’ll be left on your own after the city tour to explore this dynamic and buzzing Mediterranean city and enjoy an intimate goodbye dinner on your own.

Overnight in Split (B, L).

DAY 8 – Saturday: Split

After breakfast, it’s time to say your goodbyes to all of your new acquaintances. (B)

Port of Dubrovnik


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 23

May 7

May 21

July 16, 30

August 13

October 8

June 4, 18

July 2

August 27

September 10, 24

Standard cabin1.300,00 €1.530,00 €1.740,00 €
Main deck cabin1.670,00 €1.880,00 €2.090,00 €
Upper deck VIP cabin1.990,00 €2.200,00 €2.420,00 €
Solo use cabin supplement (on request)+50%
3rd adult sharing a cabin-30%
Child (age 3-11,99 years) in a cabin with 1 adult-30%
Child (age 3-11,99 years) in a cabin with 2 adults-50%

Price includes:

• English speaking cruise manager on board
• 7 crew members
• 7 nights cruise in a preferred category cabin
• Complimentary fresh fruit available daily
• Welcome reception and welcome dinner with three courses meals
• Buffet breakfast daily
• 6 lunches with three courses
• Captain’s dinner with live music
• Afternoon tea with cake/biscuits
• Water package (2 x ½ liters per day and person)
• Professional English speaking guide for city tour of Split
• Professional English speaking guide for city tour of Trogir
• Professional English speaking guide for city tour of Hvar
• Entrance fees to Biševo Blue cave
• Professional English speaking guide for city tour of Korčula
• National park Mljet entrance fees
• Professional English speaking guide for city tour of Dubrovnik with return transfer to Old Town
• Wireless headset system for sightseeing’s (City Tours)
• Towels changed every second day & linen changed in the middle of the week
• Beach towel
• Daily cabin cleaning service
• Free unlimited Wi-Fi on board
• CCTV Security Cameras on board
• Elegance Rooftop Jacuzzi (Sun deck)