Croatia Sailing Adventure 8D/7N (Split to Dubrovnik)

On this 8-day sailing adventure of the Croatian coast, you will visit the best highlights of the country aboard one of the liveliest cruise boats on the Adriatic.

Swim in secluded bays and explore historic towns and villages.

Watch golden sunsets with your friends whilst sipping cool drinks from the deck of your boat and let venture out in the evenings to waterside cafes or vibrant bars and clubs.

Tour Highlights

  • Wander charming Croatian towns all across the Adriatic Sea
  • Soak up the sun at pristine beaches & dip into crystalline waters
  • Tour the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik & party Balkan-style
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Tour Information


  • - 7 nights in twin, double, triple and quadruple below deck cabins in 'A' category private boats in a traditional Croatian motor cruiser with ensuite facilities and air-conditioning in common areas
  • - 7 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches
  • - Sightseeing and cruise activities
  • - English-speaking Guide for certain activities
  • - Services of the captain and experienced crew


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Day 1: Split - Omis, Croatia

All board, it’s time to set sail on an 8-day Croatia sailing adventure!

Make your way to the Split harbour to meet your tour leader, crew and group on board your boat at 13:00.

After enjoying our first lunch together on board, we will set sail in the tranquil waters of the Adriatic Sea.

There are plenty of stops for swimming on the way to Omis, a small port located at the mouth of the Cetina River and surrounded by huge gorges. Historically, Omis was home to the fearful pirates, whose fast boats were used to attack trade ships.

In the afternoon, you can go white water rafting (optional) along the Cetina River.

Day 2: Omis - Makarska, Croatia

After breakfast, embark for an exciting day of swimming at different bays along the Dalmatian coast before arriving to the Makarska Riviera, a popular resort town nestled under the massive peaks of the stunning Biokovo mountains.

Go for a short orientation walk and enjoy a free afternoon to chill on the beach, get involved in some optional water-sports like parasailing or jet skiing, or to wander through the many cafés, bars and restaurants that line this 1.5 km beach.

After the sun goes down, let’s get this party started, as tonight we will have a rave in a cave!

Day 3: Makarska - Hvar, Croatia

As the anchor rises this morning, we wave goodbye to the shores of Makarska and are bound for Hvar, Croatia’s premier island, the longest and one of the sunniest in the Adriatic, mainly famous for its super-yachts, pumping nightlife, gorgeous beaches and celebrity hot-spot!

After an orientation walk, enjoy a free afternoon to explore the 7th century fort ruins overlooking the harbour and taste some local fresh cuisine before getting ready to party at the local bars and clubs.

Day 4: Hvar - Korcula, Croatia

Ahoy shipmates, this morning we are sailing to Lumbarda beach, a charming fishing village of around 1,200 inhabitants.

Spend some time here swimming, sunbathing or doing one of the many optional water-sports and activities.

Continue onto Korcula, a medieval walled city with indented coves, rolling hills and a walled old town that looks like a miniature Dubrovnik, mostly famous for being the birthplace of Marco Polo.

After an orientation walk, enjoy the rest of the day on your own to wander the medieval streets and check out the markets and many hand-made jewellery shops.

Get to the top of the old city tower to enjoy a well deserved drink and to take pictures of amazing views.

Day 5: Korcula - Mljet, Croatia

After breakfast, it’s time to say goodbye to Hvar and cruise down the coast to the forest-covered island of Mljet to see its stunning national park and big salt-water lakes.

This salt-water lakes were formed about 10 000 years ago and were originally freshwater lakes until the Benedictine Monks dug out a channel to the sea. You can still find their medieval monastery on the island of St. Mary in the middle of Veliko Jezero (Big Lake).

Spend the afternoon visiting the lakes, go swimming, kayaking, or cycling around the island.

In the evening, it’s time for our famous on-board “Pirate Party” (optional), with a special onboard BBQ of traditional Croatian cuisine, and fun games to play late into the night.

Day 6: Mljet, Dubrovnik, Croatia

It’s another day in paradise as we sail further along the coast and stop for swimming in the crystal clear waters before we head to Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic.

Not just a scene location in Game of Thrones, here you can enjoy a free afternoon to explore the city’s ancient walls, one of Europe’s strongest and most beautiful fortifications, running for an uninterrupted 1,940 meters around the city.

Enjoy fresh seafood before seeing what the Dubrovnik nightlife has in store – party in a 13th Century fortress, anyone?

Day 7: Dubrovnik, Croatia

After breakfast, head off to explore Dubrovnik on a guided tour, and discover the walled city, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The afternoon is yours free to explore, walk the city walls, wander through the marble streets, soak up some rays on the beach and maybe enjoy an ice-cold beer taking in the view of the glistening Adriatic. Pure bliss!

Day 8: Dubrovnik, Croatia

Enjoy one last breakfast before disembarking the boat and saying goodbye to your new friends as your amazing adventure comes to an end.