Day 1: Free day in Dubrovnik, Hop on and hop off for guests that choose the one week cruise. Boarding for the new guests starts at 5.30 pm.
Day 2: The next morning we leave for the island of Miljet, this time we call on Sobra the main port of the island. On our way we have plenty of bays to choose from and pick one for a lunch stop and a swim.
Day 3: Today we sail along the impressive coast line of Peljesac towards the narrow Peljesac channel. Our destination is Korcula, one of the best preserved medieval towns of the Mediterranean and the birthplace of Marco Polo. The ancient heart of the city lies on a peninsula.
Day 4: On our way back towards Hvar there is a small island, Scedro. The deep natural bay of this green island has no inhabitants only a restaurant. In the morning you can take a refreshing dive into the bay and then enjoy a good breakfast.
Day 5: After a leisurely sail we arrive in front of the old harbor of Hvar. Here lies Sv Klement which has many secluded bays. In one of them we drop anchor. From here the local ferry takes you across to the popular town Hvar.
Day 6: The big ferry’s and other boats reveal that we are getting closer to Split. The island of Brac is our last stop before we dock. This is one of the biggest islands. It has a very deep cove with the town Milna. This charming village is where we spend the night.
Day 7: On our way back to Split (Trogir) we have a final dive in the warm water in one of the bays.
Day 8: Time to say goodbye after breakfast to the Skipper and your new friends.
This itinerary is subject to change. Local circumstances such as weather may influence the itinerary
You can fly to Dubrovnik International Airport and take a taxi to the Marina. If you want to go by bus to the marina, take bus 1A or 1B, busses leave from the central bus terminal. Busses from the airport to the bus terminal in town or back, see https://www.arriva.com.hr/en-us/dubrovnik-airport
If you join us only one week and disembark in Split (Trogir), you can take a bus back to Dubrovnik International Airport of fly back home from Split International Airport. There is a good bus connection between the two cities, https://www.buscroatia.com/ 5,5 hours, about 18 euro. Or take the fast ferry Split to Dubrovnik (means you need to travel from Trogir to Split first, about 30-45 min) https://www.croatiaferries.com/split-dubrovnik-ferry.htm 4,5 hours, 3 times a day. You can also book a cheap local flight Split-Dubrovnik or vice versa with Croatian Airlines (30 min).