Discover Split and the Dalmatian islands of southern Croatia on board a comfortable 18-metre catamaran with skipper, hostess and all-inclusive treatment. Before setting sail, let yourself be enchanted by the beautiful old town of Split, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and then sail between beautiful islands with picturesque villages and protected natural parks where you can alternate visits ashore with moments of relaxation and snorkelling. You can sail following a fantastic itinerary designed by experienced skippers to ensure you have a relaxing and exploring holiday. Hoist the sails and set sail for Split!

DEPARTURE BASE Marina Trogir, Split Croatia
DEPARTURE TIME Check-in from 6:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out by 9:00 am on the following Saturday.

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Basic insurance
Double cabin spot
Full board service
Bed linen and towels
Final cleaning
Dinghy with outboard engine
Harbour and buoy fees
Snorkeling equipment
Sup and Kayak
Local and tourist taxes

Not included services

Flight tickets
Transfers to/from the Marina
Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
Multi-risk insurance (Covid-19 and cancellation)

Prices per person in a standard double or triple cabin with private bathroom.
Contact us for a detailed quote with early booking and last minute discounts!


A supplement for single travellers in a double cabin for single use is required for this cruise.

Additional information

Language International crew and guests
Class Standard Cabin
How to come AIR: Split International Airport (SPU), FERRY: Split ferry terminal
Product ID 411
Croatia from Split - ID 411

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Croatia from Split - ID 411

Day 1: Check-in

After check-in and boarding procedures at the Baotic Marina, we hoist the sails and take a short sail to Maslinica, a small fishing village on the island of Šolta. This enchanting and peaceful place offers breathtaking scenery and white sandy beaches lapped by crystal-clear waters, ideal for disconnecting and enjoying the surrounding unspoilt nature. We recommend going ashore for a sunset apéritif on the terrace of the magnificent Martinis-Marchi Fortress, now converted into a charming boutique hotel. Dinner on board and overnight in the roadstead.

Day 2

A refreshing dip and a good breakfast on board are the perfect way to start the day! We will sail to Palmižana, one of the Pakleni Islands: a true paradise for snorkelling enthusiasts, for those who want to try their hand at kayaking or SUP on board, or simply for a swim in its magnificent transparent waters. In the afternoon, you can visit the Botanical Garden, home to hundreds of rare species of plants such as olive trees, mimosas, cacti and many others: a veritable Eden where you will feel in complete harmony with nature and the sea. You can also take a water taxi (not included in the price) to the fashionable town of Hvar, strongly influenced by the nearby Republic of Venice, with its mix of Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Dinner on board and overnight at anchor.

Day 3

After a good coffee on board, we sail to the island of Korčula. Before that, however, we will stop for a few dips and lunch in one of the beautiful bays on the nearby island of Šcedro. In the early afternoon, we will reach Korčula: here you can go ashore and lose yourself in the picturesque streets of a medieval town, which still retains its old defence towers. We will have dinner on board and, if you wish, you can enjoy the nightlife of Korčula. Mooring in the marina/port.

Day 4

We weigh anchor and head towards the islet of Proizd, just off the west coast of the island of Korčula. The deep turquoise waters contrasting with the white rocks are a spectacle of nature, which is why it was voted the most beautiful Croatian beach in 2007! After lunch on board, we will sail to Vis, a rocky island with green hills from which we can enjoy a breathtaking view of the entire region. Enjoy a stroll through the old town of Vis, with typical taverns and small restaurants serving traditional dishes influenced by Italian cuisine, as it was under the control of the Venetian Republic. We will spend the night in the marina of Vis.

Day 5

Today we set sail for Komiža. Along the way we will stop at the small island of Ravnik southeast of Vis, where you can visit the beautiful Green Cave (Zelena Špilja): a rock formation where the water turns emerald green when sunlight enters. For lunchtime we will move on to the picturesque Stiniva Bay, where you can go ashore to spend a few hours relaxing on its beautiful beach. In the afternoon we will resume sailing north to Komiža, where we will spend the night.

Day 6

We leave the island of Vis and head to Stari Grad, north of the island of Hvar. If weather conditions permit, we will also stop at the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo, a few miles from Komiža. In about four hours of sailing we will reach the bay of Tiha, near Stari Grad: the city, a UNESCO heritage site, is known for its enchanting Baroque and Renaissance architecture and for the fact that it is one of the oldest cities in Europe, dating back 2400 years. After a good lunch on board, you can visit its historical centre with its white stone streets and marble paths. In the late afternoon, return on board for dinner and spend the night at anchor.

Day 7

Last day of sailing to return to the base in Trogir. Along the way we will stop in the bay of Necujam on the island of Šolta for lunch and to enjoy the last few hours in the crystal clear waters of the Dalmatian islands, swimming, diving and snorkelling. In the early afternoon we will return to the embarkation marina, and from here you can go ashore to explore this town also known as the 'Croatian Venice'. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it offers tourists a small but interesting old town, located on a small island of just 1 square kilometre, connected by two bridges to the mainland on the north side and by a bridge to the island of Čiovo on the south side. Get lost in the discovery of its alleys, small patios and main monuments, before re-boarding for a last supper.

Day 8: Check-out

Disembarkation is scheduled in the morning, by 09.00 hrs, after a rich breakfast on board.

The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.


DREAM 60 (2009)
Class: Catamarano - Premium

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Technical Sheet:
Model DREAM 60 (2009)
Type Catamaran
Year 2009 (refit 2023)
Length 18.28 m
Width 8.40 m
Sail area 171.00 mq
Cabins 4 double + 2 triple + 2 crew
Beds 12 + 2 crew
WC/Shower 6 + 2 crew
Details Generator, A/C and watermaker

Boat models, technical specifications and options may be subject to change. BeBlue arranges crews by balancing age, gender, and attendee-specific requests and reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher grades if needed. All boats are selected with care and experience. BeBlue reserves the right to replace the boat presented in the catalogue, or out of catalogue, with another of similar class and quality.