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Croatia Sailing - Dubrovnik to Split - Mini Cruise (Premium)

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Croatia Sailing - Dubrovnik to Split - Mini Cruise (Premium)

Day 1: Dubrovnik

Check-in from 14:00, cabins ready from 16:00 (aim to arrive in Dubrovnik to coincide). Either explore the town on your own or join the guided tour starting at 17:00 (included), followed by an optional cable car ride up to the Srđ mountain for spectacular views of the old town. Don’t miss STRADUN - both a street and a square in the old town and try to find time to walk at least part of the 1.940 m long city walls which have protected Dubrovnik during earthquakes and attacks! Overnight in the port of this magical town.

Day 2: Dubrovnik - Sipan/Trstenik

Late morning departure towards the island of Šipan or the small town of Trstenik on the Pelješac peninsula. Gorgeous spots for an afternoon swim and time at leisure with the possibility of visiting a local winery. In the evening enjoy the special Captain’s Dinner on board (included). Overnight in the port.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Captain's Dinner

Day 3: Sipan/Trstenik - Korcula

After breakfast, depart for the island of Korčula, one of the famous islands in the Dubrovnik region. It’s the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Lunch on board in a bay near Korčula town. The encircling walls and bastions of Korčula town date back to the 13th century and there are some lovely churches and museums. Join the optional sightseeing of Korčula town or the optional wine and local appetizer tasting at a local winery before dining in one of the numerous seafront restaurants or konobas on your own. Overnight in the port of Korčula town.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 4: Korcula - Hvar (Bol)

Early departure towards the Paklinski Islands near Hvar (the longest island in the Adriatic) for lunch and a swimming stop. Later, there’s an optional afternoon sightseeing of Hvar Town, which resembles a film set. The Renaissance cathedral has its original tower and the oldest community theatre in Europe, founded in 1612. Hvar is known as a jet-set island, offering abundant entertainment, excellent restaurants, bars and cafés serving drinks long into the night. Don't forget to buy some island lavender from local stalls. Overnight in Hvar.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5: Hvar (Bol) - Split

The next stop is the island of Brač. The most famous (and most photographed) beach in Dalmatia is Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) near Bol - famous for its everchanging shape - a shingle bar that moves according to the wind. Great place for a swim stop. Bol is a typical fishermen’s village that kept the atmosphere despite being a popular spot for visitors. After lunch, on the way to Split, it is possible to join the optional river rafting excursion or zip line on the Cetina river. The approach to the Split Riviera is wonderful and offers the best views from onboard. On arrival, join the optional guided tour of Split or explore this monumental city which together with the famous Roman Diocletian’s Palace is under UNESCO protection on your own. Split is full of bistros and restaurants serving local specialities. Cool bars too.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 6: Split

An early breakfast before check-out and final goodbyes to new friends and the crew.

Meals included: Breakfast

What's included:

- Accommodation on a Premium vessel
- 5 X buffet breakfasts, 4 X three-course lunches and 1 X Captain’s Dinner
- English-speaking tour manager on board
- Guided tour of Dubrovnik in English
- Daily cabin service
- Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen
- Luggage handling
- Olive oil and wine tasting on board
- Afternoon tea and coffee with biscuits
- Complimentary water from the water fountain
- Free WIFI (when available)

Summary

What’s included?

Extra expenses at the destination
45 EUR Covering visitors taxes and port fees to be paid locally on the spot

Activities

Optional activities which are NOT included in the price:

- Game of Thrones Tour of Dubrovnik:
Get to know the fictional city of King's Landing from the popular Game of Thrones series with this unique tour! We will take you to discover the location sites in the Old City of Dubrovnik and its surroundings that were used for the scenes in this hit TV-series. Explore the historical gardens in Trsteno where you will get the chance to see King's Landing palace gardens and incredible exotic plants. EUR 27 per person

- Mostar day trip:
Excursion to Mostar on Saturday after the cruise. Experience Bosnia and Herzegovina's most beautiful city, view the iconic 'Stari Most'/Old Bridge, discover Ottoman and Turkish history - bus excursion (passport required) - 75 EUR per person. (minimum 10 people required)

- Krka Waterfalls:
Saturday after the cruise; Do not hesitate to swim at the wonderful Krka waterfalls and visit the historic town Sibenik. After a guided tour of the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, excursion continues to Krka waterfalls to explore beautiful natural surroundings. Return to Split in late afternoon hours. - EUR 55 per person in May and October, or 60 EUR per person from 01 June to 30 September.

- Dubrovnik Cable Car:
Enjoy a cable car ride to Srd Mountain and get bird’s eye views of the old city. - 22 EUR per person

- Town sightseeing:
Optional sightseeing in following towns Split, Korcula, Hvar, Dubrovnik - 10 EUR per person per tour (minimum 10 people required)

Accommodation

You can choose between an under deck or an on deck cabin. Please note, however, that the different cabin types are based on availability. All cabins come equipped with private shower/toilet and mostly bunk beds.

"On deck" cabins can be situated on the main deck (deck on which you step on as you embark the ship ), and on the upper deck (deck on top of the main deck). "Under deck" cabins can be found below deck and are actually in the hull of the boat. Advantage of cabins situated on deck is the direct exit to the sea and more fresh air, while cabins below deck are sometimes more quiet (only fellow passengers who have booked below deck cabins will pass by and not all passengers from your ship as well as other ships when docked) and comfortable because they're situated on the sea level that chills the cabins and hallways below deck. Cabins below deck mostly have little portholes.

The crew does not enter your cabins during the cruise, so you need to keep your cabin clean by yourself.

Cabins are not air-conditioned, but salons and hallways below deck usually have air conditioning. Air conditioning is turned on only while the motor or generator works, or while the boat is connected to electricity in harbor. If the boat is docked at sea or in a smaller fish harbor that doesn't have an electricity plug, air conditioning is turned off, because otherwise the generator would disturb the peace and quiet.

For single travellers wishing a private cabin, a single supplement is available.

Local transport

For the duration of the cruise you will be on one of our premium vessels. All of our premium boats are steel-hulled vessels with a traditional, yet modern look with accommodation in air-conditioned, spacious en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, a hairdryer and a safety deposit box. Premium vessels are 29 to 35m in length with cabins 8 to 14m2 in size. We do not know which boat you will be one until 2 weeks before departure. Boat owners are mostly captains for whom this job is a part of a family tradition, so it’s not rare that the crew members are part of one family. Depending on its size, your boat will have about five crew members. Usually that means a captain, a chef, a waiter and deck hands.

Transfer to and from the boat/harbor are NOT included in the price. You will have to make your own way to us!

Meals

5 X buffet breakfasts, 4 X three-course lunches, 1 X Captain’s dinner, 1 X olive oil and wine tasting on board, afternoon tea and coffee with biscuits, and complimentary drinking water are included.

Food onboard is similar to traditional Croatian food. Breakfast is a continental breakfast, and consists of tea and coffee, fruit juice, bread, butter, jam, and sometimes ham and cheese. Lunch is traditionally plentiful. It consists of soup or pasta as starter, a main dish with side dishes, salad and dessert. Main dish is two or three times weekly a fish, and in other cases meat or chicken. Side dishes are potatoes, cabbage and other vegetables. Dessert is fruit or cake. Dinner is not included because we encourage you to explore local restaurants.

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