Sailing Croatia - Split to Dubrovnik

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8 days,Split to Dubrovnik

Connect with history at Diocletian's Palace in Split, discover secluded islands and deserted beaches, explore Korčula – the birthplace of Marco Polo, wander the forested paradise of Mljet National Park, sail into the ancient port of Dubrovnik – "the Pearl of the Adriatic"

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Whether you're looking for relaxed afternoons lazing on the deck of a yacht or time to indulge in the nightlife, this Croatian cruise aims to please. Discover charming villages and stunning scenery as you sail from Split to Dubrovnik on a small yacht. The emphasis is on connecting with the country and culture and you'll fall in love with this region's beauty on hikes to castles and waterfalls. Toss in beach barbecue and snorkelling and you have an incredible and affordable island getaway.

What's Included

  • Fully licensed skipper
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • 7 nts aboard a yacht
  • Basic items onboard will be covered by a food kitty of about EUR50 per person. (Allow EUR250-300 for meals ashore not included.)
  • 15m (50 ft) sailing yacht.
  • Skipper/CEO throughout.
  • Small group experience; Max 8.
  • 4 twin/double occupancy cabins, 3 shared bathrooms, 4 showers.
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Reverse Itinerary

This trip also runs in reverse from Dubrovnik to Split. See Sailing Croatia - Dubrovnik to Split

Itinerary Notes

This itinerary may need to change due to inclement weather conditions. This decision will be made solely at your skipper's discretion, based on the safety of the group and the yacht.

Day 1Split/Adriatic Sea

Arrival day. Join the group at 14:00 for a welcome meeting and safety briefing before beginning the sailing journey at 15:00.

Days 2–6Adriatic Sea

While travelling the Dalmatian coast by sailboat, explore ancient Roman ruins and discover secluded beaches perfect for a beach barbecue. Hike through the national park in Mljet that inspired Odysseus for years. Kayak through gorgeous inlets and explore the caves of Korčula. Tour the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Dubrovnik and Hvar, which offer insight into Croatian culture and architecture. Explore the beaches of Brač as the tide comes in and shifts their shape. Explore the Mediterranean port town of Dubrovnik. The city boasts plenty of churches, monasteries, fountains, and plazas to discover.

Day 7Adriatic Sea/Dubrovnik

Explore the Mediterranean port town of Dubrovnik. Enjoy the last night aboard, or join the rest of the group for dinner and drinks while reminiscing about the epic journey through the Adriatic Sea.

Day 8Dubrovnik

Depart at any time after 10:00.

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