A route created by BeBlue Skippers, experts of the High Adriatic who will accompany you through a relaxing sailing holiday in Istria and the Brioni Islands or, alternatively, until the Kvarner islands. Immersed in a luxuriant nature and into the crystal clear water of the most hidden coves. A cruise dedicated to lovers of good food, of excursions and the good life. In a relaxed and convivial style, we will let you experience the thrill of a close-hauled course and the emotion of discovering these islands that only a sailboat can give. Charm and desire to explore, feel free to sail with BeBlue to discover this little known corner of the High Adriatic!

DEPARTURE BASE Porto San Rocco Trieste, Italy
TIME OF DEPARTURE Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Double cabin spot
Skipper
Bed linen and towels
Final cleaning
Dinghy with outboard engine
Gennaker

Not included services

Transfers to/from the Marina
Food and beverage
Fuel
Harbour and buoy fees
Travel insurance
PRICES

From €990 per person in double cabin spot.

BEBLUE PARTNER

This cruise is entirely organised by a BeBlue skipper partner, who will be your contact person on site.

Additional information

Language Italian and english.
Class Premium Plus, Guest Boat
How to come TRAIN: Trieste central station, AIR: Trieste Airport (TRS)
Product ID 259
Istria and Brioni islands, Croatia - ID 259

Istria and Brioni islands, Croatia - ID 259 View MoreLess

Istria and Brioni islands, Croatia - ID 259

Day 1: Check-in

Boarding on Saturday afternoon (from 5 pm) at Porto San Rocco, Muggia Trieste Once you have taken your place on board, we are ready to leave. After a trip of about 6 hours, we will reach the location where we will spend the night at anchor: Novigrad. Once a quiet fishing village, it has become a more and more active touristic place in the course of the years, even though it still maintains a quiet and relaxed atmosphere and all the charm of a Mediterranean fishing village. In Novigrad there are not only little architectural pearls, interesting historical remains and symbols of the past cultural heritage, but also unique examples of natural beauty and a rich gastronomic offer that makes culinary excellence one its major attractions…

Day 2

After our breakfast on board, admiring the fantastic landscape surrounding us, we leave towards Rovinj. During the trip, we can make a couple of stops to relax a bit in some wonderful places and swim in the splendid Croatian sea. We will have lunch on the boat, and in the evening we will reach our destination and decide whether to moor in the port or spend the night at anchor and go ashore with the dinghy. Rovinj is a fishing port on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The old town is located on a promontory and is characterized by narrow houses, one next to the other and reaching the sea. A tangle of cobblestone streets takes you to the Cathedral of Saint Euphemia, situated on a hill and with a massive bell tower dominating the skyline. South of the old town we find Lone Bay, one of the pebble beaches in the area. The 14 islands of the Rovinj Archipelago are right next to the mainland.

Day 3

Today we head towards Pula, making some stops during the trip to enjoy the wonderful views and the splendid sea. We will sail in front of the Brioni Islands, which we will visit later on. We will moor in the evening at Marina Veruda, but we can also anchor the boat in the fantastic bay of Uvala Cintinera. The ones who would like to visit Pula can reach it by taxi in about 10 minutes. The Brioni National Park is an oasis of harmony between man and the world of flora and fauna. There are around 700 plant species and 250 bird species, while the mild Mediterranean climate makes it an enjoyable and healthy place. Departing from Fazana, the green line we see in front of us becomes Veli Brijun, the biggest of the 14 islands. Pula, a seaside town at the end of the Croatian part of Istria, is known for its sheltered port, its beaches and the Roman ruins.

Day 4

After a wonderful evening, in the morning of the fourth day we head towards Pomer, where we will spend the night. We will stop on a suggestive islet for lunch, tasting fish and meat specialties. The sea is clear, clean and transparent, and in its intense colors we can find dolphins and also one of the symbols of the Adriatic, the monk seal. Rocky and pebble beaches, high and steep or flat and low cliffs overlooking the sea… but in Pula you can also find sand a super thin gravel made of thousands of tiny seashells…

Day 5

After having spent the night in beautiful Pomer, we set sail to reach the Brioni Islands, with the possibility to spend a night at the marina. An enchanting place, beautiful to visit by renting a bike or a golf-car. In the evening, after a wonderful day, we will have dinner aboard into a unique oasis.

Day 6

The sixth day will take us to a special place for a swim. We head towards Porec, wonderful town worth a visit. During the trip, we will make a stop on an islet loved by divers for the many marine species and the fantastic seabed. For the ones who want to live the emotion of apnea, as instructors we will accompany you in a breathtaking dive to let you discover your hidden potential! For the ones who prefer relax, there is the possibility to admire the splendid landscape while snorkeling or simply taking a bath. Porec is a famous summer destination on the Istrian coast, the peninsula of Western Croatia. In the historical old town, the Euphrasius Basilica (6th century) is famous for the Byzantine mosaics full of gems. The coast on the north and south welcomes visitors with camping areas, little touristic ports and perfect beaches for water sports. Some 6 km inland from the coast, Baredine Cave will surprise you with its stalactites.

Day 7

We head towards Umag, after some dives in the wonderful and clear sea. Once we are done with the customs practices, we sail towards Trieste, our boarding and disembarkation point. If you wish, you can spend the night aboard with us and say goodbye in the morning.

Day 8: Check-out

Check-out at 9 pm.

Alternatively and upon request, we also offer a longer itinerary going up to the Kvarner Islands. The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions and safety and technical evaluations of the Captain. This program is intended as indicative and non-binding.

AVAILABLE BOAT CLASSES

SOLARIS 54
Class: Barca a vela - Premium plus

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Technical Sheet:
Model SOLARIS 54
Type Sailing boat - Premium plus
Year 2002 (refit 2021)
Length 17.01 m
Width 4.57 m
Sail area 150.00 mq
Cabins 2 double + 1 bunk + dinette
Beds 6 + 2 crew
WC/Shower 2

Boat models, technical specifications and options may be subject to change. BeBlue organises crews by balancing age, gender and specific requests of participants and reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes if needed. All boats are selected with care and experience.

BeBlue reserves the right to replace any boat in or out of the catalogue with another of similar class and quality.