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This is the best cruising holiday you can give yourselves. In 7 or 14 days, depending on the choosen route, you will be able to visit the best cities, the nicest beaches and the most charming bays of Croatia. What would you like to see? The islands of central Dalmatia? Krka on Kornati National Park? Sail to Dubrovnik? Montenegro? or the islands of Middle and South Dalmatia with Mostar? Check out our program and choose what is the most suitable for you! DOWNLOAD price list 2015.


ISLANDS OF CENTRAL & SOUTHERN DALMATIA (T1)
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Highlights: Trogir, Island of Brač, Island of Korčula, Island of Lastovo, Island of Vis, Island of Biševo, Island of Hvar, Island of Šolta, Trogir

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; Half board (dinner on day of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days); Snack on embarkation day; Captain's Dinner; Guided tour of Trogir

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Island of Central & Southern Dalmatia
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
day description
Saturday From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir. Our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!”, heading towards Bol, on the island of Brač. Here you will discover one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Mediterranean – “Zlatni Rat” (the Golden Horn), which is constantly changing direction due to the ocean currents. Of course, you will have plenty of time for swimming and sunbathing at this famous beach. For guests arriving later, transfer to Bol and boarding in the evening. Overnight stay in the harbour of Bol.
Sunday
Today’s destination is the town of Korčula, the main town on the island. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and due to its fortress-like appearance, it is often named “Little Dubrovnik”. Because of its vast pine forests the island in ancient times was also called “the Black Island”. Overnight stay in the birthplace of the famous navigator and explorer Marco Polo.
Monday
In around three hours by boat from Korčula we will reach the island of Lastovo, which has been closed to foreign visitors for decades, since it used to be a military base at the time of the former Yugoslavia. The island has preserved its authenticity and is therefore an oasis of tranquillity, with lush Mediterranean vegetation. A few years ago, the archipelago of Lastovo was declared a natural park (entrance fee approx. € 3 per person, to be paid on-site). We anchor in the bay of Sveti Mihajlo, close to the village of Lastovo, where you will have plenty of time for exploring the surroundings. In the afternoon, we will return to the island of Korčula, more precisely to Vela Luka. The village lies in a deep, sheltered bay at the western end of the island. Vela Luka is not only the favourite theme in the beautiful songs of the Dalmatian “Klapas” (small, mostly male vocal groups, who often sing “a cappella”, i.e. without musical instruments), but it is also the birthplace of some of the most famous Croatian singers. In case of bad weather, instead of Vela Luka, we will anchor in the port of Ubli, on the island of Lastovo for our overnight stay.
Tuesday
Today, after a swimming break, we will visit the second “forbidden” island of our journey – Vis. The island of Vis was, just like Lastovo, closed to foreign visitors until the end of the 1980s. Where once there was an Air Force runway, now there are vineyards. We will be staying in the port of Komiža, a peaceful town on the west coast. Before the trip to Komiža, we will visit, if possible, the “Blue Cave” on the islet of Biševo. Since the visit of the cave depends on the weather, it will take place on Tuesday or Wednesday, depending on the forecast.
Wednesday
Just five nautical miles from Komiža there is the small island of Biševo, with the famous “Blue Cave” (Modra Špilja). Around midday, the rays of the sun will spill through an underwater opening into the cave and reflect from the white ocean floor, thus bathing the cave into blue light. This unique manifestation can be observed only in calm seas. The trip to the cave is done with small boats (about € 5-7 per person, not included in the tour price). On our trip to Vis, the capital of the island, we anchor in a bay on the northern coast for a swim. The town of Vis is situated in a deep, sheltered bay.
Thrusday
After a stop in a bay, we will head towards Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island of Hvar. Stari Grad (“old town”) was once the capital of the island, called “Pharos”, but has lost its leadership centuries ago to the city of Hvar. Even today, well-preserved monuments bear witness of the splendour of times past, like the Palace of Hektorović. Stari Grad has, however, kept its role as the centre of viticulture on the island of Hvar and every year, at the end of September, you may witness long queues outside the wineries, when growers deliver their grapes.
Friday After breakfast we weigh anchor and head towards the last island of our voyage – Šolta. The island is characterized by extensive olive groves, which produce first-class, extremely dark olive oil. For swimming, we anchor in a bay which is accessible only by boat or canoe. Back from Šolta, we return to Trogir. Be captivated by the unique atmosphere in the streets of the old town, also called “the Museum City” and protected by the UNESCO.
Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.

Nautical Paradise, UNESCO World Heritage & National Parks (T2)
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Highlights: Trogir, Rogoznica, Zadar, Telašćica, Kornati, Vodice, Krka Waterfalls, Zlarin, Split, Stomorska, Trogir

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; Half board (dinner on day of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days); Snack on embarkation day; Captain's Dinner; Entrance fees for the Kornati National park; Guided tour of Zadar, Split and Trogir

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NAUTICAL PARADISE, Unesco World Heritage & NATIONAL PARKS
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
day description
Saturday From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir. Our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!”, heading towards Rogoznica, a picturesque fishing village, situated on an island connected to the mainland by a causey. Along the way we will anchor in a bay to enjoy the first dip into the refreshing waters of the Adriatic Sea. For passengers arriving later, transfer to Rogoznica and boarding in the evening.
Sunday
We leave the mainland and head towards one of the islands in the archipelago of Šibenik for a nice swim. We then cruise to Zadar, the cultural and economic centre of northern Dalmatia. The old town, with its numerous religious and secular monuments, is located on a peninsula and surrounded by thick walls. Take your time for a stroll through the streets of the Old Town or enjoy the worldwide unique sounds of the “Sea Organs”, whose “melodies” are created only by waves. Overnight stay in the harbour of Zadar.
Monday
Our journey continues to the south. Today’s destination is the island of Dugi Otok, the “Long Island”, since it is 45 km long and only a few hundred meters wide. The majority of the islanders live and work in Zadar; therefore in low tourist season it is very quiet during the week, while on weekends, the typical Mediterranean bustle of the “city families” returning to their hometowns takes over. After a swim we head for Telašćica, a deep-cut bay in the south of the island of Dugi Otok, which is also a Nature Park (admission about 5-8 € per person, payable on-site). We recommend a walk to the “Silver Lake” – known from the Winnetou movie –, a saltwater lake with an underground connection to the sea. From the lake you can reach the approximately 100 meter high cliffs, which offer a breathtaking sea view – in case of good visibility, even across the Adriatic Sea all the way to Italy.
Tuesday
 According to the Irish author George Bernard Shaw (who received a Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925), ”On the last day of creation, God crowned his work, and thus created, out of tears, stars and breath, the Kornati Islands”. The beautiful scenery, countless small and large islands (according to local lore “an island for every day of the year”), and the beautiful sea - all this makes the Kornati Islands a unique paradise. It is the largest and most dense archipelago in the Adriatic Sea – it comprises 147 islands, islets and reefs with a total area of 69 km2, spread over 230 km2. They cover an area of 35 km of length and 13 km of width among the islands of Dugi Otok in the north-west, Žirje in the southeast, and Pasman, Vrgada and Murter in the north and northeast. We cruise along the entire length of the Kornati Islands, and after a swim, we enter the harbour of Vodice, a lively holiday resort. In the evening, enjoy a glass of wine in one of the cosy taverns or Konobas.
Wednesday
A few miles further south, we leave the Adriatic Sea and turn into the embouchure of the River Krka. We go upriver and anchor in Skradin, shortly before the famous Krka waterfalls. From there, smaller boats will take you to the National Park. You will have the opportunity to visit “Skradinski Buk”, the most popular part of the waterfall area, where in 17 falls, with up to 100 m broad cascades, the Krka rushes 45.7 meters down. Make sure you don’t forget to bring your bathing suit – a swim in the clear waters of the River Krka just below the falls is a truly unique experience. (Park entrance, including boat ride: € 11-14, payable on-site). On our return to the Adriatic Sea we will stop in Šibenik. Šibenik, mentioned for the first time in 1006, is the youngest of the larger cities on the coast, and at the same time, the oldest Croatian town; as it was not built by Greeks, Romans, or Byzantines, but founded by Croats. The most famous building in the fortress-like old town is St. Jacob’s Cathedral, the most important Renaissance monument in Croatia. After a stroll through the old town, we will return to the islands and anchor in the small port of the fishing village of Zlarin on the homonymous island.
Thrusday
Our first destination today is Split, Croatia’s second largest city and main city in Dalmatia. The 1700 years old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is now under the protection of the UNESCO. After a city tour, we leave Split and head for the island of Šolta. The island is characterized by extensive olive groves, which produce first class, very dark olive oil. For our overnight stay we tie up in the cosy harbour of the town of Stomorska.
Friday We leave the island of Šolta and serenely return to the starting point of our journey. Of course, on the way we will anchor in one of the many coves for a refreshing swimming break. In the early evening we will reach Trogir, also called “the Museum City”, since its old town is protected by the UNESCO. Enjoy the experience of walking through the winding streets in the afternoon or evening, and discover walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults or just take a look into the old yards.
Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.

Highlitght of CENTRAL DALMATIA & DUBROVNIK RIVIERA (T3)
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Highlights: Trogir, Makarska Riviera, Island of Mljet, Dubrovnik, Slano/Šipan, Korčula, Hvar, Trogir

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; Half board (dinner on day of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days); Snack on embarkation day; Captain's Dinner; guided tour of Trogir and Dubrovnik.


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HIGHLIGHTS of  CENTRAL DALMATIA & DUBROVNIK RIVIERA
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
day description
Saturday From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir. Our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!” We stop in one of the bays on the island of Čiovo, where we will have our first chance to dip into the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. We then continue to Makarska Riviera, known for its beautiful fine gravel beaches which line up here, punctuated by rocky formations, like a pearl necklace. Overnight stay in Brela, Baška Voda or Makarska. For guests arriving later – transfer to Makarska Riviera and boarding in the evening.
Sunday
Passing the islands of Brač and Hvar, we head towards the peninsula of Pelješac, famous for its excellent red wine. After a swim in one of the coves of Pelješac, we head for the bay of Pomena, on the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared National Park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes you will find a small island with a former monastery) are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the National Park (admission, including the boat ride to the monastery: about 15 €, payable on-site). We recommend a swim in the saltwater lakes, where the temperature is always 2°C above the temperature of the sea. Overnight stay in Pomena.
Monday
We leave the island of Mljet and continue our journey south. After a swimming break at the Elafiti Islands, we will enter the port of Dubrovnik at around 4:00 pm (distance to the old town: a good half hour walk or a few minutes by bus, which departs from right next to our vessels; the bus leaves every 15 minutes, the fare is 10 kunas, last return journey at around 2.00 am) and you have the rest of the day to discover and enjoy this unique town, which resembles a museum. Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the many sights.
Tuesday
Dubrovnik is also called the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, since in the Middle Ages the city counted among the most important economic and cultural centres of the Mediterranean area. Today, the Old City unfolds a unique open air museum with countless attractions. We will have plenty of time to explore the old town of Dubrovnik, since today we will set sail only at midday. Overnight stay in the small town of Slano, a picturesque fishing village; it lies north of Dubrovnik, in a deep bay, which in earlier times was used as a natural harbour. Before we anchor in Slano, we will stop at the Elafiti Islands, where we will take a refreshing dip in one of the many bays. Alternatively, overnight stay in a fishing village on the island of Šipan.
Wednesday
 We continue north and head for the island of Korčula. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and because of its fortress-like appearance it is often called “Little Dubrovnik”. In antiquity, the island was also named “the Black Island”, due to its vast pine forests. Overnight stay in the birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.
Thrusday
From Korčula we set sail towards Hvar – the island, known for its mild climate and vast lavender fields. The port of the homonymous capital of the island lies at the foot of a fortress, which offers a fantastic view on the offshore island group of “Pakleni otoci“. Due to the large number of ships and yachts, it may be crowded in the small harbour of Hvar; therefore the captain may decide to moor in a nearby cove, instead of spending the night in Hvar.
Friday We pass the island of Brač and after a swimming break in a bay on the island of Šolta, we will bid farewell to Dalmatian islands and return to the starting point of our journey, Trogir, with its beautiful old town, protected by the UNESCO and also called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the experience of walking through the winding streets in the afternoon or evening, and discover walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults or just take a look into the old yards.
Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.

Through Central & Southern DALMATIA to Montenegro (T4)
2 weeks ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Highlights: Trogir, Makarska Riviera, Korčula, Elafiti, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Slano, Island of Mljet,Island of Lastovo, Vis, Island of Biševo, Island ofHvar, Island of Brač, Split, Trogir

What is included? 15-day cruise, according to program; Half board (dinner on day of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days); Snack on embarkation day; Captain's Dinner; Full day bus trip through Montenegro including snack with ham, cheese and freshly baked bread; guided tour of Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik


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Through Central & Southern DALMATIA to MONTENEGRO
2 weeks ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
This two-week route is certainly the highlight of our cruise programme; we could also call it the “Royal Route”. We will visit the UNESCO cities of Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik, the “forbidden islands” of Lastovo and Vis, and, last but not least, the “Land of the Black Mountains” – Montenegro, an independent state since May 2006. On a full-day bus tour we will enjoy a unique view over the Bay of Kotor from the heights of the Lovčen massif, visit the ancient royal city of Cetinje and stroll through the old town of Budva.
day description
Saturday  From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir. Our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!” We anchor in a bay on the island of Čiovo for our first swim, before continuing to Omiš or the Makarska Riviera. Overnight stay in Omiš, Brela, Baška Voda or Makarska. For passengers arriving later, transfer to Omiš or to the Makarska Riviera, and boarding in the evening.
Sunday
 Passing the islands of Brač and Hvar, we will set sail towards the peninsula of Pelješac, known for its excellent red wine. After a long swimming break at Pelješac, we will head for the island of Korčula. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia, and because of its fortress-like appearance it is often called “Little Dubrovnik”. In antiquity, the island was also called “the Black Island”, due to its vast pine forests. Overnight stay in the birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.
Monday
We continue our trip towards south and stop for a swim in one of the bays of the island of Mljet. Our today’s destination are the Elafiti islands. Overnight stay in the fishermen’s village of Suđurađ on the island of Šipan or in a bay.
Tuesday
After breakfast, we weigh anchor and sail towards Cavtat where we will pass the customs formalities. After about two hours we will reach the southern end of Croatia and leave the Croatian territorial waters, heading towards Montenegro. We turn into the Bay of Kotor, which, surrounded by high mountains, extends 25 km into the mainland. After the passport control in the city of Zelenika, we sail deeper into the Bay of Kotor and arrive to the small island “Gospa od Škrpjela“ (“Lady of the Rocks”). The island was artificially created from stones that were piled up on an underwater reef. Don’t miss the baroque church, built in 1630, with more than 70 oil paintings from the second half of the 17th Century and the museum of Greek and Latin inscriptions, with weapons and votive images from the 16th to 19th century. Just a few minutes by boat from the small island, there is the city of Perast, where we will moor for the night. Perast had its period of highest prosperity in the 17th and 18th century, owing to seafaring and shipbuilding – the Perast merchant fleet at that time counted about 100 ships.
Wednesday
We will continue our journey towards the end of the bay, to the city of Kotor. The city walls of Kotor are certainly unique – they embrace not only the small triangular city centre, but also the mountain Sveti Ivan (260 m) right behind it. The city walls are 5 km long, 3-15 m wide and up to 20 m high. After mooring in the port of Kotor, the tour guide will already be waiting to accompany us on a full-day bus trip into the beautiful “Land of the Black Mountains”. From Kotor, we will drive along a narrow and meandering road into the Lovčen massif, from where we will have an incredible panoramic view over the whole bay of Kotor. We will stop in the village of Njeguši, best known for its air-dried ham. Enjoy a culinary break with ham, cheese and freshly baked bread (included in the price), accompanied by a glass of red wine “Vranac”. We continue to Cetinje, Montenegro’s former capital and the former seat of the Montenegrin kings. During the city tour we will also visit the palace of King Nikola of Montenegro, now a museum. You may be surprised to hear about the great power of his political relations, which gave him the nickname “Father in law of Europe”; he knew how to marry his beautiful daughters to the European royal courts.
We drive to the coast and make a photo stop overlooking the little island of Sveti Stefan, a former pirate’s nest, which today is an exclusive hotel. We then continue on to Budva, the main holiday destination on the Montenegrin coast. Guided tour around the picturesque Old Town, which was completely destroyed in 1979 by a severe earthquake, and rebuild true-to-detail only in the late 1980s. Now you will have plenty of free time to stroll through the town, enjoy a cup coffee or an ice cream. And if you’ve brought your bathing suit, we recommend a visit to the beautiful beach of Mogren, just five minutes from Budva’s Old Town. Return to the boat, dinner at 8.00 pm; the boat will moor and overnight in Kotor.
Thrusday
We will leave at 7:30 am towards Kotor, a town with a long maritime tradition, which was once in close competition with Durbovnik as far as wealth is concerned. One hour later we will go through passport control in Zelenika and leave the Kotor bay and Montenegro. After about four hours we will reach Cavtat. Another passport control, and we will head to Dubrovnik, where we will moor in the port of Gruž (distance to the Old Town: a good half hour walk or a few minutes by bus, departing in the immediate vicinity of our boat. The bus leaves every 15 minutes; the fare is 10 kunas; last bus around 2.00 am). You will have the whole afternoon and evening to discover and enjoy this unique town, which resembles an open air museum. Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the countless sights.
Friday  Morning in Dubrovnik. At lunchtime, we will say goodbye to the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and head towards the Elafiti Islands where we will anchor in one of the numerous bays to have a bath in the crystal clear water. We continue to Slano where we will moor for overnight stay.
Saturday We will serenely cruise to the bay of Pomena, on the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared National Park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes there is a small island with a former monastery) are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the National Park (admission including the boat ride to the monastery: about € 15, payable on-site). We recommend a swim in the saltwater lakes, where the temperature is always 2°C above the temperature of the sea.
 Sunday  We sail to the island of Lastovo, which was closed to foreign visitors for decades, since it used to be a military base at the time of former Yugoslavia. The island has preserved its authenticity and is therefore an oasis of tranquillity, with lush Mediterranean vegetation. A few years ago, the archipelago of Lastovo was declared a natural park (entrance fee approx. € 3 per person, to be paid on-site). After a swimming break, we will anchor at the port of Ubli, or in the sheltered bay Velo Lago. Since the trip to the island of Lastovo depends on the weather conditions, in case of bad weather we will sail to Vela Luka on the island of Korčula.
 Monday  Today we will visit the second “forbidden” island of our journey – Vis. The island of Vis was, just like Lastovo, closed to foreign visitors until the end of the 1980s. Where there was once an Air Force runway, now there are vineyards. We will be staying in the port of Komiža, a peaceful town on the west coast.
 Tuesday  Just five nautical miles from Komiža, there is the small island of Biševo, with the famous “Blue Cave” (Modra Špilja). Around midday, the rays of the sun will spill through an underwater opening into the cave, and reflect from the white ocean floor, thus bathing the cave into blue light. This unique sight can be observed only in calm seas. The trip to the cave is done with small boats (about € 5-7 per person, not included in the tour price). From Biševo we set sail for Hvar – the island is known for its mild climate and vast lavender fields. Here you can also buy lavender – either as essential oil in small bottles, or as dried flowers in small cloth bags, which will not only make your closet smell of lavender, but also function as an excellent protection against moths. The harbour of the homonymous main town lies at the foot of an island fortress, from which you will have a fantastic panoramic view over the offshore island group of “Pakleni otoci”. Due to the large number of ships and yachts, it may be crowded in the small harbour of Hvar; therefore the captain may decide to moor in a nearby cove, instead of spending the night in Hvar.
Wednesday   We continue to Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island of Hvar. Stari Grad (old town), once called “Pharos”, used to be the capital of the island, but has lost its leadership centuries ago to the town of Hvar. Even today, well-preserved monuments bear witness of the splendour of times past, like the Palace of Hektorović. Stari Grad has, however, kept its role as the centre of viticulture on the island of Hvar and every year, at the end of September, you may witness long queues outside the wineries, when growers deliver their grapes.
From Stari Grad, we sail to Bol, on the island of Brač. Here you can visit Dalmatia’s most famous beach – Zlatni Rat (the Golden Horn), which changes its direction with the ocean currents. Of course, you will have plenty of time for a refreshing dip from this famous beach. Overnight stay in the port of Bol.
Thrusday  Our today’s destination is Split, Croatia’s second largest city and capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 years old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is today under the protection of the UNESCO. After a guided city tour, the rest of the day is at your disposal to stroll through the old town on your own. Overnight stay in the harbour of Split.
 Friday Around 11:00 am, we leave Split and sail to a cove of the island of Čiovo to enjoy the last swim in the waters of the Adriatic Sea. Then we will return to the starting point of our two weeks voyage, Trogir, with its beautiful old town, protected by the UNESCO, also called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the experience of walking through the winding streets in the afternoon or evening, and discover walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults or just take a look into the old yards.
 Saturday After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation 

Highlighs of central&south Dalmatia through
the river Neretva to Mostar (T5)
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1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Highlights: Trogir, Makarska Riviera, Metković, Bustrip to the river Neretva and Mostar, Trpanj, Island of Mljet, Korčula, Island of Hvar, Island of Brač, Trogir

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; Half board (dinner on day of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days); Snack on embarkation day; Captain's Dinner; Boat ride through the Neretva River Delta including welcoming drink to Mostar bus tour including lunch and expert guidance; city tour of Trogir.

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Highlighs of central&south Dalmatia through the river Neretva to Mostar
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
day description
Saturday Embarcation between 11:30 and 13:30 in the port of Trogir. After embarking, you will be welcomed by our guide with a welcome drink and meet the crew and the other passengers. After a snack we will leave Trogir and stop in a bay on the island of Ciovo, where you will have te oportunity to have your first swim in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic. After we will move to Makarska Riviera known for its beautiful sandy beaches. Evening meal on board and overnight in Brela, Baska Voda and Makarska.
Sunday
We drive along the coast in a southeasterly direction , and after a swimming break, we come to the port of Ploce , where we leave the Adriatic and turn into the mouth of the river Neretva . We drive about 90 minutes upstream to Metković the center of the estuary of the Neretva , which extends over an area of ??20,000 hectares. 12,000 hectares of which belong to Croatia, Bosnia and 8,000 hectares Herzegovina. Originally a pure wetland began in 1880 parts of it to dry up so that they could be used for agriculture. The result was here the largest mandarin production area on the Adriatic Sea , which is also called the " Croatian California " . Boats were once - the larger of them are called here " ladja " smaller " Trupa " - the only means of transport in the delta. Although there are now ways , and roads , some farmers still use this typical of the Neretva delta boats to bring their products through the channels to the markets on the river . The area boasts a rich flora and fauna. In addition to a variety of plants live here alone 310 species of birds, and 34 Süßwasserund 100 marine fish species .
Overnight in Metković .
Monday
After breakfast we travel by coach to the village of Vid closeby where we are welcomed on board the " Lađas " with a typical local brandy. Here we will start approximately 90 -minute boat trip on the river Norin and through the channels of the Neretva Delta. Momići in the bus already waiting for us to continue on to Mostar , the capital of Herzegovina, populated mostly by Croats part of Bosnia - Herzegovina. Upon arrival in Mostar Lunch followed by guided tour of the old town of Mostar . The landmark and namesake of Mostar is the " Old Bridge " (in Croatian : Stari most ) over the Neretva River in the 16th Century was built by Ottoman architect Mimar Hajrudin . It was destroyed during the war in 1993 and reconstructed in the years 1996 to 2004. The bridge and the old town of Mostar were recorded in 2005 in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage. The bridge is supposed to be a symbol of the peaceful coexistence of different peoples in Mostar , Bosnia and Herzegovina. Near the bridge , the Karadjoz -Beg Mosque, which is open to visitors is located.
After our return to the ship we go down the river, and after we have reached the Adriatic again , we put over the little village of Trpanj on the Peljesac peninsula.
Tuesday
Peljesac, the second largest peninsula in Croatia is characterized by a mountain range, is the highest peak of Sveti Ilija with 961 m. On Peljesac are also the regions famous wines Postup and Dingač. We drive around the north-western tip of the peninsula and after a swimming break, we will head towards the Pomena bay on the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a national park - two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes is a small island with a former monastery) are only by a narrow channel connected to the sea. Opportunity to visit the National Park (admission included boat ride to the monastery about 15 €, payable locally). We recommend a swim in the salt water lakes, the temperature is always 2 ° C above the temperature of the sea. Overnight in Pomena.
Wednesday
We head north again and head for the island of Korcula. The island was in ancient times due to its pine forests, also called the "Black Island". We first anchor in a bay to a long swim break before we start the city of Korcula. Korcula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and is often called due to its fortification called "Little Dubrovnik". Overnight in the birthplace of the famous navigator and explorer Marco Polo.
Thrusday
From Korcula we head towards Hvar - the island is known for its mild climate and vast fields of lavender. In one of the bays of the islet Šćedro, about halfway between Korcula and Hvar located, we drop the anchor and take a swimming break. Then we drive around the northwest tip of the island to the oldest settlement on the island of Hvar - Stari Grad. The place was once called "Pharos" the capital of the island, his leadership role but lost to the town of Hvar centuries ago. Even today, well-preserved sights such as the Palace Hektorović the splendor of those times. Stari Grad has its role as a center of wine production on the island of Hvar and the end of September each year there are long queues in front of the winery when the wine growers deliver their grapes. Overnight in Stari Grad.
Friday After breakfast we set about to Bol on the island Brac. Here is the most famous beach in Croatia - Zlatni Rat Golden Horn) that extends several hundred meters into the sea. A natural phenomenon, because the tip of the beach constantly changes direction with the ocean current , and every few years it happens on rare storms in the winter, the beach is completely washed away to show two or three days later in its full glory ! We anchored off the beach Zlatni Rat , where we spend our last swimming break our journey . We weigh anchor and to the islands of Brac and Solta vorbeifahrend , we return to our starting point , Trogir, which is also called " museum city " under the auspices of the UNESCO-protected old town. It's a great experience to stroll on a guided walking tour through the winding streets and the mighty walls, towers , churches, frescoes and vaults or just to throw every now and then a glimpse of the old yards .
Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.

HAND IN HAND WITH NATURE (T8)
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Wherever the wind will carry us.....

What is included? 8-day cruise; Half board (dinner on day of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days); Snack on embarkation day; Captain's Dinner; Guided tour of Trogir

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HAND IN HAND WITH NATURE
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
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Wherever the wind will carry us: hand in hand with nature!!!
Whenever possible, the sails will be hoisted and the engine in silent. Of course you can assist the crew in setting the sails. Enjoy this special experience, hand in hand with nature. Even if we do not follow a fixed route, you can be sure that the Captain will take you in the most beautiful bays and places of the Dalmatian Islands. Let Yourself be surprised - following the Dalmatian motto "kamo nas Vitar nosi "(wherever the wind carries us).
Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.



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