Get your ultimate vacation mood on as you sail along the Adriatic coast, hop from island to island & enjoy leisure time onboard.
Eight days, three islands, two historical cities and one stunning riviera. Add to that swimming in secluded bays and gaze incredible views from deck, and you'll get a formula for your perfect summer getaway. Your starting and finishing point is the magnificent walled city of Dubrovnik. In-between you'll visit the islands of Mljet, Hvar and Korčula. You'll explore the awe-striking Diocletian Palace in Split and enjoy swimming in one of Croatia's top vacation destinations – Makarska Riviera. With the wind at our back and sun upon our face, let the journey begin!
- Discover Croatia's crown jewel islands
- Enjoy swimming in secluded bays
- Explore historical cities
INCLUDED IN PRICE
- 8-day cruise according to the itinerary
- Half board (including dinner on embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise)
- Captain's Dinner
- English and German speaking representatives during embarkation and disembarkation
- Guided city tour of Split
- Guided city tour of Dubrovnik
- Stay and harbour taxes 35 € per person/week (to be payed on board)
- Pre & post cruise accommodation
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
- Single and triple cabins are on request
Due to specific requirements in some of the harbours, it is possible that ships will be tied sideways to each other and that passengers will need to transfer from one ship to another in order to get to the coast. Please be careful when transfering from ship to ship, and should you need assistance the crew members will be glad to provide assistance. All boat routes are dependent on the weather and therefore may be changed by the captain.
D1 Saturday / DUBROVNIK – SLANO
If you arrive with your own car, our service team will be waiting for you in the harbour from 12:00 noon. From 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm the embarkation takes place in the port of Dubrovnik. Afterwards, our representative will welcome you with a welcome drink and introduce you to the crew and the other passengers. Depending on their arrival time, air travellers can embark later on Saturday, if necessary, in Slano, the first port of overnight accommodation. After a snack, we lift the anchor towards Slano around 4:00 pm. First, we call at a bay, in order to dive for the first time into the marvellous water of the Adria. Afterwards, we continue into the deeply incised bay of Slano. Dinner on board and overnight stay.
If you want to stay longer in Dubrovnik on the day of arrival, you can take the bus to Slano in the evening. Departure e.g. at 6:30 pm, 9:30 pm and 10:30 pm, from June to September additionally at 1:00 am. Fare HRK 25 (approx. € 3,40).
D2 Sunday / SLANO - ISLAND OF MLJET
After breakfast, we set off towards the island of Mljet. After a swimming break and lunch in one of the countless coves, we head for Pomena or Polače on the island of Mljet. A part of the island was declared a national park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes there is an islet with a former monastery) are only connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Opportunity to visit the national park (admission incl. boat trip to the small island with the monastery approx. € 17, payable on-site). We recommend a bath in the saltwater lakes; whose temperature is always about 2°C above the sea temperature. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay in Pomena or Polače.
D3 Monday / ISLAND OF MLJET - MAKARSKA RIVIERA
With the head in the shade, the belly in the sun, and the feet in the water" – this was the statement once made by a guest who spent his holiday on the Makarska Riviera. And this is exactly true of the picturesque resorts on the Makarska Riviera – the vast pine forests stretching along the slopes of the Biokovo Mountains reach to the fine pebble beaches with their crystal-clear waters. After lunch on-board and an extended bath break, we head for the town of Makarska or one of the neighbouring places in the late afternoon. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay.
D4 Tuesday / MAKARSKA RIVIERA - SPLIT
Our destination today is Split, the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700-year-old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian and is today a UNESCO-protected site. After a guided city tour, you will have the rest of the evening at your disposal to discover the old town on your own and to enjoy the bustling Mediterranean atmosphere on the famous promenade of Split. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay.
D5 Wednesday / SPLIT - ISLAND HVAR
We leave Split, pass the strait "Splitska Vrata" between the islands of Brač and Šolta, and set course for Hvar – the island is known for its mild climate and extensive lavender fields. On the way, we will visit a bay for swimming. The harbour of the main town of the same name on the island of Hvar is situated at the foot of a fortress, from where there is a fantastic view of the Pakleni Islands archipelago. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay.
D6 Thursday / ISLAND HVAR - ISLAND OF KORČULA
Our today’s destination is the island Korčula. On the way, we have an extended swimming break, during which we will also have lunch. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns of Dalmatia and is often called "Little Dubrovnik'', because of its fortress-like appearance. Captain's Dinner on board and overnight stay in the birth town of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.
D7 Friday / ISLAND OF KORČULA - DUBROVNIK
We first set course for the Elaphiti Islands, where we anchor in one of the numerous bays to enjoy a last swim in the Adriatic Sea and have lunch. Afterwards, we return to the starting point of our journey. Dubrovnik is not wrongly called the "Pearl of the Adriatic" as it was one of the most important economic and cultural centres of the Mediterranean during its heyday in the Middle Ages. Today, the old town presents itself to the visitor as a unique open-air museum with an abundance of sights. After arrival, guided tour of the old town. Stroll along the famous "Stradun", take a walk over the mighty city walls or take the cable car to the 415 m high mountain Srđ, from where you have a unique view of the old town and the sea. The distance from the port of Gruž to the old town is only a few minutes by bus, which departs in the immediate vicinity of our boat. Departure approximately every 10 minutes, fare HRK 12 (at the kiosk) or HRK 15 (in the bus), last return at 2:00 am.
D8 Saturday / DUBROVNIK
After breakfast disembarkation until 9:00 am. Have a pleasant journey!
Gulliver reserves the right to amend or cancel any trip without prior notice
This stylish and comfortable yacht will take you and your guests to faraway places of your dreams. Built by Ante Vuković in 2018, the luxurious motor yacht Solaris measures impressive 44 m in length. With its modern and elegant design, it offers 20 spacious and comfortable cabins with 40 beds. The sun deck spreads on 250 m² providing a unique and diverse content, such us showers, saloon and table with benches.
CAPACITY: Max. 40 pax
- length 44 m, built in 2018
- 40 beds in 20 cabins with shower/toilet
- individually controllable air conditioning
- safe and a small desk
- Sun deck: 250 m2
- WiFi Internet: Free
LOWER DECK: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 4 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired. MAIN DECK: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 5 twin cabins with separate beds, 3 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. UPPER DECK: 1 single cabin
ALL CABINS ARE WITH A/C AND OWN TOILET AND SHOWER!
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