7 nights from Dubrovnik to Split in Croatia

City landscape and sunset in Dubrovnik, Croatia

• Croatia is home to 1246 islands, isles, and inlets for you to sail through.
• Almost 10% of Croatia Is made up of 11 nature parks, eight parks, and two nature reserves.
• Croatia has the world's smallest town called "Hum".
• Game of Thrones, King's landing was in fact filmed in Dubrovnik.

View of the Dubrovnik old city, Croatia


Today Captain and his wonderful crew will be welcoming you aboard in Dubrovnik.

Take a tour of your new home and get settled in with a refreshing beverage in hand!

Experience the charm of Croatia's second largest city, with its stunning emerald waters, pebbled beaches, and ancient Roman architecture dating back to the 4th century. Explore the historic Diocletian's Palace, still inhabited to this day, and the largest and most well-preserved Roman palace in the world. Immerse yourself in the turquoise waters of Bacvice Beach and savor a sophisticated lunch with views of the azure waters at Dvor, while indulging in dishes like fish pate and seafood risotto. Admire the picturesque silhouette of Brač as you breathe in the salty sea breeze. Conclude your day with a relaxing sundowner and a delicious cheese board at the stylish Paradox wine bar.


360 Dubrovnik (Michelin)

Nautika (Michelin)

Gradska kavana Arsenal Restaurant

The island of Sipan situated near Dubrovnik city


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Today we cruise to the beautiful Sipan Island.

This lovely, calm island sits north-west of Dubrovnik, enticing you to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This "Golden Island" provides the ideal backdrop for leisure and tranquillity, with its immaculate sandy beaches and calm waters. Sipan was a popular summer retreat for Dubrovnik's aristocracy in the 15th and 16th centuries, and it's easy to see why! Explore the island's two main cities, Sipanska Luka and Sura, and marvel at the ruins of the Stjepovi-Skoibuha family's beautiful Renaissance fortress, built in 1529. Visit the majestic Pakljena Tower, which was constructed in 1563 and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the island's gorgeous coastline.

Home to our favorite cabana - BOWA (must visit!)


• Hike around the island.

• Visit Skocibha Castle.

• Wine tasting at a local winery,



Island Mljet in Croatia


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Take in the breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea as you begin your day with a cruise along the stunning coastline. Anchor at one of the secluded coves, such as Saplunara or Blaca, and take a refreshing swim in the clear blue waters.

Head ashore and explore one of the most popular attractions on the island, Mljet National Park, which covers almost one-third of the island and has two saltwater lakes, hiking trails and cycling paths. For even more of the islands history, visit the impressive Benedictine monastery from the 12th century on St. Mary's Island, a tiny island in the middle of the Great Lake (Veliko jezero).


• Hiking through the forest

• On board themed lunch!

• Cycling (e-cycles)

Dinner on board this evening.

View of Korcula old town, Croatia


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An Ahoy favourite! This little walled city can be circulated on foot within an hour but is filled with interesting shops, Michelin restaurants and views.

Visitors to Korčula often say it is where the glamour of the Mediterranean meets the charm of a tropical island. Korcula, is best known for its majestic medieval walls and towers that enclose the picturesque harbor and the gorgeous old town village.

Head ashore for the evening and toast to the stunning sunset with a cocktail at Massimo, then dine on exquisite local cuisine and premium wine at LD Terrace. Get ready for an unforgettable experience straight out of a fairytale.


• Walk the picturesque town

• Hike to the fairies spring

• Gastro bike tour


LD (Michelin star)



Aerial view on Prilovo peninsula with Franciscan monastery and city and port with passenger ferry which connects Split and Vis


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Vis has an interesting history as it was the main naval base of Yugoslavia's National Army and you can take a tour to dive into the history here.

It is the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland. The sea around this island is rich with fish, especially blue fish such as sardine, mackerel, and anchovy. Vis fishermen developed their own type of fishing boat, the "falkuša“.

Fun fact: In 2008 and 2017 both Mamma Mia movies were filmed on this island.


• Go on a guided tour of the military base

• Check our the Blue Grotto of Bisevo


Fort George Restaurant (best views and great bar)


Stunning coastal town of Hvar in Croatia


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Ah, Havar - the perfect spot! To start, we'll take in some of Havar's amazing

coastal views while enjoying a leisurely breakfast onboard. And if you're feeling even more relaxed, why not stop and go for a swim in the crystal-clear waters?

Next up is an exciting tour around some of the old town's historical sites. From ancient ruins to modern architecture, there will be plenty to explore.

As afternoon approaches, what better way to enjoy Havar than by indulging in some fantastic seafood? There are plenty of restaurants along the waterfront that offer top-notch cuisine with stunning views out to sea. Plus, if you want

something a little more relaxed then there are always beachside bars such as the famous Hulu Beach Club or Langanini.

As night falls, head over to Carpe Diem (only starts at midnight!) to dance the night away. This is a beachclub turn nightclub on its own island just off Hvar.


• Walk the hilltop Spanish Fortress for stunning views

• Jeep safari

• Quad biking


Carp Diem

Hulu beach bar


The old town of Trogir in Dalmatia, Croatia, Europe


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Heading towards our final stop of the tour, Trogir.

Trogir is a beautiful medieval walled town that looks like it was lifted from a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale.

Because of its long history as a fishing hub and the stunning scenery of the surrounding islands, Trogir is home to many boat owners, and seeing the city from the water is the best way to take in all it has to offer.

Leisure and entertainment options abound, as do stunning landmarks and a wide range of picturesque settings. You should begin your exploration of the area with a trip to the famous Blue Cave and its dazzling display of blue light.


• Walk the picturesque town

• Hike to the fairies' spring

• Gastro bike tour

Dinner on board this evening.

Cityscape of Split, Croatia against a backdrop of the majestic Dinaric Alps


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Enjoy an early morning swim and your last breakfast on board as we cruise back to Split for your disembarkation.

Be sure to go over your APA report and leave any gratuity with captain that you would like before heading onwards.

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