Sun Odyssey 440 | Big Kiss
Sun Odyssey 440
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|Boat Type||Sailing yacht|
|Model||Sun Odyssey 440|
|Steering system||Steering Wheel|
|Engine||1 x 57 hp|
Croatia Region Dubrovnik View MoreLess
This is an example of a sailing route as suggested by BeBlue’s most expert skippers of this area. The itinerary can be modified based on crew’s specific request before sailing or during the cruise.
Day 1: Check-in
Check-in at 4 pm at Marina of departure.
Once done with the check-in procedures and the shopping for the trip (food and beverage), explore this magnificent city, and plan the tour that you will be doing on the day of your return to the port. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast, we head towards the lush island of Mljet, and its National Park. An oasis of peace with unspoiled nature where you can rent a bicycle to explore the Park with its suggestive salt lakes with crystal clear waters, where you can cool off and sunbathe. You can also take a small rowboat with which you can reach the island in the center of Lake Grande on which stands an ancient and suggestive abbey.
In the morning we set sail towards the small island of Šćedro, where you can enjoy the sea with a thousand shades of blue and sunbathe in complete relaxation. After an exquisite lunch, head to Hvar "the island of the sun", where you can spend the afternoon exploring the town of the same name, getting lost in the lively shops and clubs of the old town. Starting from the ancient Renaissance cathedral, passing through the oldest theater in Europe founded in 1612, until you reach the scenic Spanish Fortress, from which you will enjoy the spectacle of a breathtaking sunset over the city and the bay below.
After breakfast we sail towards the splendid bay of Lumbarda where we will stop for lunch. We then set sail towards the suggestive island of Korčula, the birthplace of the great explorer Marco Polo. Surrounded by the imposing medieval walls, the city of Korkula will amaze you with its history and ancient traditions that still blend and are perfectly integrated with everyday life. Dinner on land in one of the typical and picturesque "konobe" (taverns).
We will leave Korčula to continue the journey to the picturesque village of Trstenik on the Pelješac peninsula. You will be fascinated by the jagged coasts covered with fragrant pine forests and the beautiful bays, where we will stop by for a dip, and we'll then have lunch, before heading towards Trstenik. The Pelješac peninsula, in addition to its natural beauty, is famous for its wine production: you can visit the renowned Grgić winery, where you can taste the excellent local wines.
In the morning, we raise the and continue the route through the Elaphiti islands, a small archipelago located west of Dubrovnik. These islands include the islets of Šipan, Lopud and Koločep (Kalamota). Here you will find postcard landscapes with marvelous turquoise waters and golden sandy beaches, where you can take a walk, sunbathe and enjoy yourself in complete relaxation. We'll stay in Šipan bay for the night.
From Šipan we set sail early in the morning to reach the breath-taking city of Dubrovnik. We'll have a delicious breakfast while sailing to admire the beautiful landscapes along the route between a sip of coffee and the delicacies prepared by the chef on board. Lunch on board and arrival in Dubrovnik in the early afternoon. We'll have some free time to visit this wonderful and fascinating city: you can participate in a guided tour in English, or take the cable car that leads to Mount Srđ from which to enjoy a spectacular panorama of the old city. And again, stroll aimlessly along the majestic city walls and lose yourself in the enchanted atmosphere of the streets of the ancient buildings. Overnight in the port and arrival at 6 pm.
Day 8: Check-out
Check-out in the morning at 9 am after breakfast.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Skipper of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.