- 7-night luxury one-way Dubrovnik to Split cruise in a choice of a main deck or lower deck cabin
- Experience the splendours of the Adriatic, whilst relaxing on the sundeck
- Guided tours of the charming medieval old towns of Dubrovnik, Split, Korcula, Hvar and Trogir
- Enjoy a rejuvenating swim or snorkel in the deep blue waters and discover secluded coves and bays
- Explore the remote and atmospheric island of Vis
- Sample traditional Croatian delicacies and the delicious local wine
- Includes entry to the spectacular Mljet National Park and the stunning and unique Blue Cave
- Includes breakfast and 3-course lunch daily with drinks and the Captain’s evening dinner
Explore the beautiful Croatian islands with overnight stops in Dubrovnik and Split and visit the stunning islands of Hvar, Korcula, Brac, Vis, Mljet National Park, Slano and Trogir. Enjoy the delicious meals, the captain’s evening dinner and several guided tours.
Board: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner
DAY 1 • SATURDAY DUBROVNIK (D)
Boarding from 1pm so if you arrive in the morning, we suggest that you drop off your luggage and head out to get your first glimpses of the stunning Pearl of the Adriatic – perhaps starting with a stroll around the harbour admiring the yachts, before finishing up with a light walk around the top of the medieval city walls. In the evening we’ll host a welcome meeting which will be a great opportunity for you to meet with the captain, crew and your fellow passengers.
DAY 2 • SUNDAY DUBROVNIK – ŠIPAN ISLAND OR SLANO (B,L)
A memorable tour of the delightful countryside near Dubrovnik with and its breathtaking views. You can get a real feel for the town, taking in the iconic terracotta-red rooftops and the stunning blue tones of the Adriatic against the city walls. Take an insightful walking tour of the UNESCO-listed old town to admire many of the city’s most beautiful sights. These include the baroque church of St. Blaise, the renaissance Sponza Palace and the gothic Rector’s Palace, which is reminiscent of the architecture of Venice. We set sail towards Šipan Island docking in the idyllic fishing village of Šipanska Luka.
DAY 3 • MONDAY ŠIPAN ISLAND OR SLANO – NATIONAL PARK MLJET – KORČULA (B,L)
Discover the island Mljet with a tour of the stunning National Park and the Islet of St. Mary that sits in the middle of the lake and is home to a 12th century monastery. Visit the national park, the gorgeous vistas of the island and its two lakes and enjoy a refreshing drink by the monastery.
Visit charming Korčula Town and discover the old town’s labyrinthine streets and beaches. Sample the traditional Croatian dishes and tasty local white wine made from the pošip grape, which is a favourite of the region.
DAY 4 • TUESDAY KORČULA – VIS (B,L)
Set sail for the intoxicating shores of Vis Island, with a rejuvenating swim stop en-route. The island has withstood modern development and offers lush island interiors, rustic beaches and charming fishing villages. Swim in the dreamy Stiniva bay where a small body of water can be found through a small opening leading to the sea, which is flanked by two cliff faces. Explore Vis Town, walking along the seafront promenade and the town’s intriguing history via its telling collection of architecture, which includes Roman baths, an English fortress and a selection of houses and churches that span the Venetian and Austrian eras.
DAY 5 • WEDNESDAY VIS – BIŠEVO BLUE CAVE – HVAR (B,L)
A lazy cruise to the tiny islet of Bisevo. Enjoy the magical Blue Cave which has a natural opening that allows the sunlight through and casts the cave in an ethereal blue light.
Continue through the glittering seas towards the super chic island of Hvar and embark on a walking tour of Hvar town. Learn about the fascinating culture and history of the island. Spend the evening in one of Hvar’s fantastic restaurants – whether in the chic harbour or the atmospheric old town.
DAY 6 • TUESDAY HVAR – BOL – TROGIR (B,L)
Sail to Brač and the town of Bol where we’ll visit the famous Zlatni Rat beach, the iconic stretch of sand that reaches far into the azure waters. Take a revitalizing swim and a stroll through the old town.
Cruise towards Trogir where you’ll visit the UNESCO-listed old town. The tour will include an antique collection of churches, monasteries and towers, as well as the stunning Cathedral of St Lawrence, whose architecture spans several styles and centuries – from Romanesque to Gothic. Enjoy the captain’s dinner with a plethora of live entertainment and music, as well as a delicious multi-course dinner.
DAY 7 • FRIDAY – TROGIR – SPLIT (B,L)
Sail the Adriatic towards the enchanting city of Split on the Dalmatian coastline. Take a tour through the cobbled streets, palatial piazzas and breathtaking architecture of the enormous, UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace – with 2000 years of history and culture.
Explore this exciting city at your own pace, with a multitude of beaches to discover, a chic marble-lined seafront promenade filled with bars and restaurants and dazzling views from atop the bell tower of the ‘Sveti Duje’ Cathedral in the old town.
DAY 8 • SATURDAY SPLIT (B)
Today you’ll bid farewell to the crew and fellow passengers and will be transferred to Split Airport or for your onward destination.
MS Mama Marija
The MS Mama Marija was launched in May 2018 and has fast become one of the best ships in Croatia. Winner of the Best Small Ship Award in 2018, this new and modern ship has 18 en-suite and air-conditioned cabins split across 2 decks. This 154 foot vessel has a spacious sundeck with Jacuzzi along with plenty of on board space for guests to relax.
- Luxury 7-night one-way cruise between Dubrovnik and Split in a choice of main deck or lower deck cabin based on 2 people sharing
- Private return airport transfers
- English-speaking Cruise Director on board
- Daily buffet breakfast with fresh fruit
- Daily 3 Course lunch including 1 litre of bottled water
- Wine, beer or soft drink with your daily lunch
- Daily Afternoon tea and cake
- Captain’s dinner
- Guided tours of Hvar, Korcula, Trogir, Dubrovnik & Split
- Entry fee to the Mljet National Park
- Entry to Blue Cave
- Free WiFi
What’s not Included
- Port tax of 25 Euros per person
- International flights
Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split in 2019
- July 20
- August 3, 17, 31
- September 14, 28
- October 12
Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split in 2020
- May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
- June 6, 13, 20, 27
- July 4, 11, 18, 25
- August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
- September 5, 12, 19, 26
- October 3, 10