- 7-night superior Split return cruise adventure in a choice of cabin on board a modern ship
- A memorable journey along the Adriatic, visiting the main sites and hidden bays along this beautiful coastline
- Swim and snorkel in the crystal-clear, refreshing sea and explore secluded bays and caves
- Taste the delicious traditional delicacies and enjoy the local wine
- A visit to the colorful and quaint Mljet National Park with its gorgeous lakes
- Experience the famous beach, Zlatni Rat
- Fabulous guided tours of Dubrovnik Old Town, Hvar and Korcula
- Daily Breakfast and 3 course lunch including the captain’s welcome dinner
- Private return airport transfers
Board: B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner
Saturday: Split – Makarska (L)
Depart Split at 1pm, heading along the breathtaking Dalmatian Coast towards Makarska. Stop for a spot of swimming at one of the hidden bays along the coast. Adrenaline-junkies can opt for a river rafting tour or zipline at the Cetina River. Spend the evening in the port of Makarska and discover the stunning architecture of the old town and beautiful views across of the pinewood forests and glistening sea.
Sunday: Makarska – Mljet (B,L)
A delightful morning swim at the Peljesac peninsula as we cruise along to Mljet. Discover the spectacular salt lakes at the Mljet National Park – a tranquil spot that is entirely unique to the region. We take a boat to the middle of the large lake and arrive at St. Mary Isle to view the Benedictine Monastery and unique Church. Why not take a bike ride to explore the beauty of the lakes.
Monday: Mljet – Dubrovnik (B,L)
We cruise on towards the vibrant city of Dubrovnik on one of the most magnificent routes that has been famously called ‘The heaven on Earth’ by writer George Bernard Shaw. Take a tour of this remarkable city to appreciate its beautiful ancient streets and piazzas. Don’t miss the cable car ride to Srd Mountains, walking along the city walls, or taking a stroll through Stradun, one of the most famous promenades in Croatia.
Tuesday: Dubrovnik – Sipan/Trstenik (B,L,D)
More time to discover the pure beauty of Dubrovnik. Get lost in its windy alleyways and discover its magical ancient churches and monuments. Delight in a reviving swim stop on the Peljesac peninsula as we cruise to Sipan Island or Trstenik, with the possibility of a tasting at a local winery.
Wednesday: Sipan/Trstenik – Korcula (B,L)
Sail to Korcula, an island that was the birthplace world-famous explorer Marco Polo. Traverse the fascinating city’s old fortified walls and bastions, as well as its many architectural wonders, many of which date back to the 13th century. Take a tour of the town and sample the tasty wine at a local winery. Sample the traditional delicacies at one of the town’s many fabulous restaurants.
Thursday: Korcula – Hvar (B,L)
Head towards the attractive Pakleni Islands and take a dip in the cooling seas. Take a tour of Hvar – the longest and one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic. Hvar is also one of the best-preserved islands for architecture with its Renaissance cathedral and a community theater that dates back to 1612. Delight in an evening in Hvar Town, which offers a number of great bars and restaurants.
Friday: Hvar (Bol) – Split (B,L)
Take a refreshing dip at Zlatni Rat – the most famous beach on the Dalmatian Coast also known as the Golden Horn for its unusual shape changing abilities. You have the chance to explore the quaint fishing village of Bol. The journey to Split includes a delightful swim at a secluded bay on Brac Island, which offers unbeatable views across the Split Riviera. In Split, enjoy an inspiring guided tour that takes you through its stunning Roman architectural remains, including the Diocletian Palace and its World Heritage history.
Saturday: Split (B)
Bid farewell to your new friends, the captain and crew at the end of this memorable cruise. Take the private transfer to your hotel in Split or to Split Airport.
Launched in 2017, the MS Dream is a new modern ship with 21 cabins spread across her 2 decks. All of the cabins on this new ship feature en-suite facilities and are air-conditioned. The ship accommodates 40 guests and offers a comfortable and stylish way of exploring the Croatian coast.
The MS Moonlight had her maiden voyage in May 2017 and features 18 good sized cabins spread across 2 decks. The cabins on the ship are well designed and include en-suite facilities and all cabins are fully air-conditioned. The ship accommodates 36 passengers and offers a stylish yet affordable way of exploring the coast.
- Superior Split return cruise in a choice of cabins
- Return airport transfers
- Captain’s Dinner
- Daily continental breakfast, 3-course lunch and a bottle of water
- Guided tour of Dubrovnik, Hvar and Korcula
- Daily cabin cleaning service
- Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen
What’s not Included
- International flights
- Local port tax of 40 Euros per person, per week
Price is based on 2 people sharing. 50% supplement for single use.
2019 Departure Dates from Split
- June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
- July 6, 13, 20, 27
- August 3, 10, 7, 24, 31
- September 7, 14, 21, 28
- October 5, 12, 19, 26
2020 Departure Dates from Split
- 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