The best Cruise from Venice to Dubrovnik

Life is a journey, make the most out of it! Enjoy eight perfect days and seven nights on a beautiful motor sailing gulet yacht cruise from Dubrovnik to Venice. On this Cruise, you will visit Brijuni Islands and the famous Arena in Pula, the 6th biggest amphitheatre in the world, amazing Split and the jewel of the Adriatic Sea – Dubrovnik, one of the great architectural wonders of the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site,  the Cathedral of St. James, dominates the front of Sibenik’s gorgeous old town and finally feel the romance on the beautiful streets of Venice.

M/J Klara is a classically styled motor yacht newly built. The Three Mast Schooner is designed to carry 36 passengers for a cruise. The salon on a board, upper deck and stateroom are suitable for the comfort of passengers during summer and winter travels. The ship´s public areas are equally expansive and furnished. Just 204ft/62m long, M/J Klara has 18 doubled bedded or twin cabins.

ITINERARY as followed:

Check-in starts from 1:00 pm. In case your flight arrives earlier, let us take care of your luggage so you can enjoy the fabulous “City of Canals” unencumbered till the check-in time.

Around 4:00 pm we will start our amazing day with a sightseeing tour of Venice, where you will visit emblematic monuments of Venice: the Doge´s Palace and St. Mark`s Basilica. Get settled and join the welcome reception onboard at 07:30 pm.

The captain will be waiting to receive all passengers arriving late at night and these guests will be provided with a cold dinner.

Overnight in Venice.

Early in the morning we set sail for the largest town on the Istrian peninsula. On the way to Pula you can enjoy the sights and sounds of a relaxing morning of sailing on the Adriatic and a visit to the Brijuni National Park after lunch onboard. After the sightseeing tour of Brijuni we will proceed to Pula, known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is the Pula Arena, one of the most preserved Roman amphitheatres. Tonight enjoy captains dinner on board.

Overnight in Pula.

We depart Pula in the morning and continue our journey south towards Zadar, the oldest continually inhabited city in Croatia, situated in the center of the Croatian Adriatic, and chock full of historical and cultural monuments.

After a morning of sailing full of beautiful sights and lunch onboard in the afternoon, we will enter the port of Zadar. Enjoy the experience of a walking tour with your local guide who will introduce you to Zadar’s rich history and the plethora of monuments and hidden corners it has to offer.

Overnight in Zadar.

From Zadar, we set sail towards Šibenik and the Krka National Park, one of the fabled jewels of Croatia’s natural beauty. In Šibenik you will enjoy a sightseeing tour of its beautiful ancient streets with the beautiful St. James Cathedral, one of if not the most important architectural monuments of the Renaissance in Croatia. After the tour you will be taken by bus on a short hop to the Krka National Park to cool off by the cool crystal-clear waterfalls of the Krka river.

After the visit to Krka National park, there will be a short bus ride to Split where we reunite with our ship and be free to enjoy an evening in Split.

Lunch on board.

Overnight in Split

Early in the morning, before the heat of the day rises, you can enjoy a sightseeing tour of Split after which we set sail for the island of Korčula, rich in vineyards, olive groves, small villages with numerous bays and coves. Swim stop in one of the beautiful bays, perfect to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of the unspoiled nature, lush vegetation and crystal-clear sea with lunch onboard. Upon our afternoon arrival in Korčula, the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo, we shall be taken on an interesting tour along the winding streets of this lovely town. After the tour, enjoy some free time to sip a glass of local wine or coffee at an outdoor cafe, take a dip in the sea or just le isurely stroll along the streets.

Overnight in Korčula.

In the morning we depart Korčula and set sail for the fabled bay of Kotor in Montenegro. Truly one of the jewels of the Adriatic and you will have the privilege of seeing it from the best possible vantage point, the deck of a sailing ship. Upon arrival to Kotor will be transfer to small tour boats waiting for us to take us on a scenic tour of the bay of Kotor and to visit the ancient and UNESCO Heritage protected town of Perast with its Church of the Lady of the Rocks, situated on a tiny islet just in front of Perast.

You will then have the evening free to enjoy all that Kotor has to offer.

Overnight in Kotor.

In the morning we set sail north and back to Croatia towards our final destination, the jewel that is Dubrovnik, with plenty of time for swimming along the way. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, we join a guided tour the Old Town. After the tour of this marvellous and stunningly intact walled city on the Adriatic Sea coast, you will have the opportunity to experience the best things this town has to offer at your own pace.

Overnight in Dubrovnik.

After breakfast, it’s time to disembark.
Transfer to the airport.