Croatia tours

Southern Sailing Story

Allow yourself to be amazed by Croatian South, from Dubrovnik to Split. Secret bays, amazing sunsets, crystal clear see and amazing gastronomy along the way. Endoulge yourself, relax and let us guide you to an amazing vacation for heart and soul.

Duration: 5 days

Route: Dubrovnik, Mljet, Korčula, Bol, Šolta (Nečujam), Split


  • Transfer from Dubrovnik airport to your boat
  • Accommodation on bord
  • Port and marina fees
  • Motor Yacht with complete equipment
  • 3 crew members
  • 25 hours of cruising per 5 days
  • Up to 6 hours of air conditioning per day
  • Bed linen, towels
  • Wi Fi Internet (25 GB)
  • Leisure equipment canoe, water ski (60 EUR/h), snorkeling equipment, 2 x SUP, wake board (60 EUR/h) fishing equipment, LCD, TV, WiFi, board games
  • Guided tours with local guides in Dubrovnik, Korčula, Split and  Nationa Park Mljet
  • Entrance fees Diocletians cellars in Split, Francisian monastery and
  • Rectors palace in Dubrovnik, National Park Mljet
  • Meals: full board
  • Drinks and beverages are available from yacht's bar, all included
  • Sightseeing with local guides private tour at Dubrovnik, Korčula, Mljet and Split
  • Wine tasting and the finger food at the winery on Hvar



Extra services and costs which are not in the program as well as any personal expenses.

Please keep in mind that all boat tours are subjected to weather conditions and could be altered/cancelled in case of unfavorable weather.

General terms and conditions that apply to this travel arrangement will be sent to you upon your confirmation and at the booking moment. Please study it carefully so that we can clarify any concerns in a timely manner.

Day 1 – Dubrovnik
Arrival at Dubrovnik airport. Transfer to Dubrovnik port and accommodate yourself on the boat which will be your home for next 5 days. After accommodating and welcome drink short sightseeing tour with a local guide starts. Sightseeing takes approx 2-2,30 hrs. Dubrovnik is rich in cultural and historical monuments and is included in UNESCO World Heritage List. Dubrovnik Summer Festival is held annually here, and the city is also the venue for scientific, scholarly and literary conferences and world tourist congresses. The most recognizable feature which defines the History of Dubrovnik and gives it its characteristic are its intact city walls which run uninterrupted for 1940 meters encircling the city. This complex structure, one of the most beautiful and strongest fort systems in the Europe is the main attraction to the city’s visitors. Here you will visit, among other things, famous Stradun street, Onophrio’s fountain, Franciscan Monastery. Enjoy the town Rest of the day at leisure. Join your friends for dinner on bord. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 2 – NP Mljet and Korčula island
The Mljet National Park is the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean and it has delighted its numerous visitors for 59 years with the colours and the scent of untouched nature. Spend your early afternoon hours exploring the Nationa Park. After lunch sail to Korčula. The old city is surrounded by walls, and the streets are arranged in a herringbone pattern allowing free circulation of air but protecting against strong winds. Korčula is tightly built on a promontory that guards the narrow sound between the island and the mainland. Guided tour in Korčula is about 2-2,30 hrs. You will go through town’s historic sites include the central Romanesque Gothic Cathedral of St Mark (built from 1301 to 1806), the 15 th century Franciscan monastery with a Venetian Gothic cloister, the civic council chambers, the palace of the former Venetian governors, grand 15th and 16th century palaces of the local merchant nobles, and the massive city fortifications.

Day 3 – Hvar and Brač island
Hvar town is a Mediterranean dream, full of rustic cobblestoned streets, stunning beaches and ancient history. Winery Tomić is your first stop after exploring Hvar town. On this wine tour you can try their Plavac Barrique, Opolo Nobile Rose and Belleca with typical finger food for this area figs prosciutto and cheese.

Day 4 – Šolta and Split
Morning hours are reserved for exploring Šolta island Nečujam, Latin Vallis surda meaning `deaf bay`, are words describing the bay where Nečujam spread its houses, streets, churches and squares. It is a small village on the island Šolta 9 nautical miles away from Split. Picturesque bay seems to attenuate all the sounds, but those of the sea and the wind trapped in pine tree umbrellas, upon tiny coves threaded over the north coast of Šolta. The afternoon takes you to Split, heart of Dalmatia and as said many times the most beautiful town in the world. Guided tour with private guide will show you the main attractions in 2-2,30 hrs. Palace of the Emperor Diocletian which is the heart and of Split, built-in 295 y BC, but still a living monument. In that magnificent palace you will see 4 gates, the most famous is Golden gate and in front of it you will see the statue of Grgur Ninski made by Ivan Meštrović, square Peristil where the emperor’s speeches took place, the mausoleum of the Roman emperor which was transformed in Catholic church, today called the Cathedral of St Domnius with the famous bell tower, streets Cardo and Decumanus… Enjoy your day in Split.

Day 5 -Homewards journey
Prepare yourself to enjoy the last hours of your journey in Split. Your drivers will be on time to transfer you to Split airport for departure flight. Have a safe trip home.


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