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"If you dip your finger in the sea, you touch the whole world".

Croatian proverb


Central Dalmatia - The Secret Magic of Small Coves

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With its breathtaking landscapes, the Croatian coast is one of the most diverse in Europe. It is bordered by the Adriatic Sea which houses no less than 1244 Croatian islands, islets, reefs and rocks. Of the 6176 km of coast, only 50 islands are inhabited. Croatia, country of the thousand islands, invites you to discover its natural and cultural richness.


Central Dalmatia


Central Dalmatia is a region full of beautiful islands, small ports, imposing mountains, dozens of castles and a burgeoning culinary scene.  Diocletian's palace in Split and the medieval town of Trogir are both listed as UNESCO World Heritage.

Hvar is a dynamic capital with Mediterranean accents and Roman ruins, and the most glamorous island of the Adriatic. Its refined restaurants and festive atmosphere are irresistibly attracting visitors. If you are looking for tranquility, the islands near or far away offer seductive sandy beaches and secluded coves.

And the icing on the cake? Dalmatia enjoys higher temperatures than Istria or the Kvarner Gulf: you can take a dip in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic from mid-May to the end of September.


Attractions and Activities


• The palace of Diocletian, the ancient heart of Split, lively district day and night.

• The gastronomy and beaches of Vis, one of the most isolated islands in Croatia.

• The most photogenic beach in Croatia, Zlatni Rat (golden horn), in Bol.

• The city of Hvar and its festive atmosphere.

• The ascent of the peaks of the Biokovo Nature Park, and the view of Italy on the other side of the Adriatic.

• The well-preserved ancient architecture of the tiny Trogir, pearl of central Dalmatia, listed as World Heritage.

• The historic hamlets inland Brač and the peaceful settlements of the coast.


Our Cruise


Departure from the Trogir marina on the Croatian coast north of Split. Our program includes the navigation described below, but may vary according to the weather and desires of the voyagers. The cruise could also take us to Cornati.


Our Navigation Program:


Day 1 Saturday: Trogir - island of Drvenik Veli

Boarding around 17:00, navigation about 1 hour to reach Drvenik Veli. Superb anchorage in an idyllic setting. Swimming under the stars, aperitif, dinner on the boat.


Day 2 Sunday: Drvenik Veli Island - Island of Vis (Komiza)

Navigation to the island of Vis (approximately 3 h). Mooring in Komiza, swimming, visit the village, hiking. Evening supper at the restaurant in the center of the island, the tenants come to pick us up inKomiza and drive us back. Stunning views of the entire island.


Day 3 Monday: Vis - Bisevo - Vis (island of Budikovac)

Breakfast, Departure for Bisevo visit the famous blue caves, swimming and snorkeling. Navigation around the anchor in front of the relatively uninhabited Budikovac Island. Enchanting place, simply sublime.


Day 4 Tuesday: Bisevo (Vis) - Hvar

Navigation to the city of Hvar surroundings (approx. 2h). Stop swimming, snorkeling, dinner, in a creek Paklinski Islands (Hell Islands). Visit the city of Hvar aperitif, refueling, dinner in town, or anchorage in a creek of the hellish islands.


Day 5 Wednesday: Hvar - Hvar (Konoba Ringo)

Relaxation day, small navigation to a splendid cove, swimming, snorkeling, relaxation, hiking. Dinner at Konoba Ringo, a magical restaurant.

Day 6 Thursday: Hvar - Brac (Bol) - Hvar (Jelsa)

Navigation between the island of Hvar and Brac, stop and swim at the white sand beach of Bol (golden horn). Evening in Jelsa beautiful little village nestled at the bottom of a small cove. Mooring at the dock near the village center and restaurants, or mooring outside the village.


Day 7 Friday: Hvar (Jelsa) - Trogir

Navigation back to Trogir around 4h. Superb passage between the islands of Brac and Solta. Swimming, aperitif in a creek of the island of Solta. Back to Trogir Marina, full of gas and mooring the boat. Trip to Trogir town.


Day 8 Saturday: Trogir

Breakfast at the marina cafe, disembarkation around 9:00.


The Boat

A monohull rental approximately 13 m long.

4 double cabins are at your disposal for accommodation.

Cabins can be shared or booked for one person.

For more comfort we limit the cruise to a maximum of 6 people.

For a private booking (family, company, association, etc.) we ship up to 8 people.


Our Dates

Cruises from Saturday to the following Saturday

from 25.07.20 to 05.09.20

All Inclusive

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