Dalmatian islands from Dubrovnik to Split

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  • 8 8 days
  • guided
  • from 850,00 €
  • every Saturday from April to October

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Cruise the Adriatic Sea from Dubrovnik with us. During this one way route, you will get to know the most beautiful points of the Dalmatian Coast, including both pearls of the Adriatic: Dubrovnik and Split. Discover the beautiful bays, enjoy the local cuisine, live an authentic Dalmatian experience and most importantly – see the coast from another angle.

Day 1 (Saturday): DUBROVNIK – ŠIPAN / SLANO (L)

Cruise the Adriatic Sea from Dubrovnik with the departure (Gruž port) at 13:00. During the trip along the coast of South Dalmatia, lunch will be served. Arrival to one of the Elafiti Islands called Šipan, or a small town in Slano, that is located on the mainland. Both are quiet fishing villages where you can enjoy the sunset from the sea. The night is spent in the port of Šipan or Slano.

Cruise the Adriatic Sea from Dubrovnik

Day 2 (Sunday): SIPAN / SLANO – MLJET – KORČULA (B, L)

Continuing the trip to the Island of Mljet where there is a beautiful National Park. Lunch on board. Free time to enjoy the salt lakes in the National Park and enjoy sunbathing or swimming in the sea. In the middle of the large lake, inside the National Park, you can visit an old abbey with a church, or simply use a small boat to explore the surroundings of the National Park. There will be the possibility of renting the bicycles, to move around the paths that surround the lakes. The journey continues to Korčula, where you arrive in the afternoon. You can join the guided tour of the city, surrounded by the old walls and fortified bastions of the old town, which is very well preserved, with 13th century architecture. Overnight in the port of Korčula.

Day 3 (Monday): KORCULA – VIS (B, L)

Early in the morning sailing to the small island of Biševo, to visit the Blue Cave (10 – 15 EUR), a magnificent natural phenomenon. As the weather conditions can sometimes be very unpredictable, this visit is not always made. In any case, you will receive information about this from the crew. Continuing towards the Island of Vis, which was, due to its unique geographical position, a strategic port and therefore closed to the public until recently. Due to this isolation, Vis has a special »Mediterranean as it once was” charm, that is, very interesting to see. Overnight in Vis.

Day 4 (Tuesday): VIS – HVAR (B, L)

Breakfast on board. Next destination is the small Island of Ščedro, where there will be enough time to relax and cool off in the crystal blue sea. Departure to the Island of Hvar, the longest and sunniest island in the Adriatic. You can join our guided tour (in English, standard superior cat.) and go through the Renaissance cathedral, with the very interesting tower to see. Hvar town offers a wide variety of typical restaurants, bars and cafes. It is also known as the best place to watch the sun go down at dusk. Night in Hvar.

Day 5 (Wednesday): HVAR – BOL – MAKARSKA (B, L)

After breakfast, departure from Hvar and continue the journey to the Island of Brač, more precisely to the city of Bol, better known for its famous Zlatni Rat beach (Golden Horn). A natural phenomenon that with its specific shape dominates the other Croatian beaches. After the swim break, we continue to Makarska, where you can stroll the streets and see numerous churches and other architectural and cultural sites. The night in the port of Makarska.

Cruise the Adriatic Sea from Dubrovnik

Day 6 (Thursday): MAKARSKA – PUČIŠČA (B, L, CD)

Breakfast. Early in the morning we continue to Pučišča, a typical Mediterranean place, located in the north of the Island of Brač at the bottom of a large bay. The region is the cradle of the famous white stone of Brač that is used in different places around the world. After a relaxed swim and lunch onboard, there is the possibility of visiting a masonry stone workshop, one of the few that remains in all of Europe. Return on board in the evening to enjoy the captain’s dinner. Overnight in Pučišča port.

Day 7 (Friday): PUČIŠČA – SPLIT (B, L)

Breakfast. Departure to the last destination, the city of Split, a city protected by UNESCO, famous for its old town, which is over 1700 years old and the Diocletian’s Palace, as the pinnacle of its architecture. Upon arrival we recommend that you join a guided tour of Split with an English speaking guide. Night in Split.

Day 8 (Saturday): SPLIT – END OF TRIP (B)

Breakfast and disembark in the morning. End of this cruise the Adriatic Sea from Dubrovnik.

* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, CD – Captain’s dinner

You can also take this cruise the other way around, from Split to Dubrovnik.


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Need to know


This is a standard ship cruise. See also our other small ship cruises in Croatia or opt for a private luxury cruise.

Small ship cruises in the Adriatic are a very popular way to explore Croatian islands and coastal towns without having to change hotels. Our vessels are very different from large cruise ships as there are only approximate 15 to 20 cabins for up to 40 guests. In the afternoon the ship usually docks in the port of the visited island/town so that the passengers can enjoy free time to explore it on their own, go swimming or have dinner in one of the local restaurants.

This small ship cruise has departures every Saturday between April and October. There is also a few Wednesday departures. Check with our agents all the available dates.

To reserve your cabin, we will need a deposit of 350 EUR per person. In addition you will also need to provide your personal information (full name, address, date of birth).

The deposit is not refundable. If the client withdraws from the cruise, the following cancellation fee policy applies:

  • cancellation more than 35 days prior to embarkation: the deposit is retained;
  • cancellation 35 to 25 days prior to embarkation: 35% of the total cruise value is retained;
  • cancellation 24 to 19 days prior to embarkation: 50% of the total value of the cruise is retained;
  • cancellation 18 to 0 days prior to embarkation: 100% of the total cruise value is retained.


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Rates & dates

Rates 2024

apr 13, 20, 27
may 4, 11, 18, 25
oct 5, 12
jun 1, 8,
sep 21, 28
jun 15, 22, 29
jul 6, 13, 20, 27
aug 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
sep 7, 14
standard superior
main deck
1150 EUR 1400 EUR 1500 EUR
standard superior
lower deck
1000 EUR 1150 EUR 1250 EUR
main deck
1000 EUR 1150 EUR 1250 EUR
lower deck
850 EUR 1050 EUR 1100 EUR


Prices are per person in double cabin.

Supplement for a single cabin is +50% of the price above.
Reduction for a third person in a triple cabin is -30%.
Reduction for a children up to 10 years of age is -50% in double cabins.

This cruise is in realized on ships of two categories: standard and standard superior. In this document you can see the difference between the five categories we offer.


  • Cabin accommodation on / below deck
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary (half board)
  • Water
  • Captain’s dinner
  • English speaking crew
  • Guided tours in English: Hvar (standard superior cat.), Korčula (standard superior cat.), Split
  • Daily cabin service
  • Midweek fresh set of towels and bed linen
  • Wine and olive oil tasting on board
  • Baggage handling
  • Coffee and tea after lunch

The price does not include:

  • Personal expenses
  • Mandatory taxes to be paid on board: 60 EUR
  • Drinks
  • Transfers from / to the airport
  • Everything not specified in the section “The price includes”
  • Tickets to national parks are paid on site


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