Croatia combines a very blend of glamour and tradition with a stunning backdrop of rolling
hillsides and lush forestry, hemmed by the lapping waters of the azure Adriatic Sea. Croatia
deunes glamour and tradition like no other country. Explore unending coastlines that overlook
over 1000 Adriatic Islands!
Explore Dubrovnik’s City Walls
Be mesmerized by Diocletian’s Palace
Ring the Bells of Campanile
Discover Jelacic Square
See a staging of Hamlet at Lovrijenac
See Venetian Loggia and Clock Tower in
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Dubrovnik, Croatia to Mljet
Everyone's a first mate today as we trim our sails and set course for the island of Mljet. Your responsibilities include swimming, improving the tan and counting shades of blue. Also: a National Park with a natural waterslide when the tide is right.
Mljet to Makarska
Welcome to the glitz, sunshine and high rolling antics of the Croatian Riviera. Laze around on pebbled beaches and channel your inner highroller. Tonight, we party pirate style, so don your stripes and practise your finest "arrrr".
Optional activities: Visit Mljet National Park
Makarska to Split
Next stop is Split, where Roman and Venetian architecture contrasts communist blocks from Tito's reign. But first: ziplining across the Cetina Gorge (optional). Make like a local with a drink in the main square tonight or wrap your tastebuds around a seafood dish at a restaurant on the esplanade.
Optional activities: Zip lining - River rafting
Split to Hvar
From one slice of island paradise to another. Head to Spanjola Fortress for Instagrammable views, and then make your way to Hula Hula beach for a groovy afternoon. But first, a swim stop outside the port.
Included today:-Night out in Hvar
Optional activities: Visit to Hvar Fortress
Hvar to Korcula
Our next stop is Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo and home to Massimos - a cocktail bar built in the turret of a 15th century tower, where a steep ladder climb rewards you with epic views and delicious bevs.
Included today: Visit old town of Korcula
Korcula to Trestenik
Hit the sleepy town of Trestenik, a harbour on the southern coast of Pelijesac peninsula, where we'll have the afternoon to swim and relax. Tonight, pull up a picnic blanket, grab a glass of the town's famous Dingac wine, and watch the stars ignite the sky. Yep, this is the good life.
Optional activities: Captain's Dinner on board
Trestenik to Dubrovnik
Hit the beach, trace the top of the 1,940 meters of city walls and then grab a front row seat for the sunset. Tonight, we go all out in the 'Jewel of the Adriatic'.
Optional Activities: Kayak Dubrovnik
Exchange contact details with your shipmates and plan your next adventure. We're outta here after breakfast.