An amazing gulet cruise between the southern Croatian islands from Split to the fascinating Dubrovnik. Let yourself be spoiled by the Captain and his crew, especially the cook, and enjoy the pleasure of a relaxing holiday aboard a recently renovated gulet with all comforts. During the day you will discover magic crystal clear waters and historic towns, waiting to be explored. In the evening, you will only "worry" about choosing a good "konoba", where you will be able to savor the delicious local fish cuisine.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Zenta Marina Split, Croatia|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in at 11:00 am on Saturday - Check-out at 08.00 am on the following Saturday|
|NOT INCLUDED SERVICES||
from 490€ (low season) to 990€ (July/August) per person for accomodation in a double cabin (which can also become a triple) with private bathroom.
|Language||International crew and guests.|
|How to come||AIR: Split International Airport (SPU), FERRY: Split ferry terminal|
Day 1: Check-in
Check in from 11:00 to 12:00, departure from the port of Split at 1:00 pm. We will have lunch at sea admiring the views of the Dalmatian coast, navigating towards Makarska. In the afternoon, after reaching, Omis you will have time for diving, swimming and walking on the beach. If you are in the mood for adventure, you can try the excursions we have organized for you and go rafting through the rapids of the Cetina river. In the evening, the boat will be waiting for you in Makarska. Once you reach the city of Makarska, where we will spend the night, you will have time to visit the old town with its ancient fortress, beautiful churches and charming streets, where you can get lost in bars and clubs.
After breakfast, head for the lush island of Mljet and its National Park. An oasis of peace in uncontaminated nature, where you can rent a bicycle to explore the Park with its picturesque salt lakes, cool off in crystal clear waters and enjoy the sun. You can also take a small rowing boat to reach the island in the middle of the great lake where an ancient abbey stands. Overnight in the port of Polača / Pomena.
In the morning we'll raise the anchor and head towards the wonderful city of Dubrovnik. Defined by the writer George Bernard Shaw as "paradise on earth", this charming city will mesmerize you from the moment you arrive with its imposing walls. You will have plenty of time to visit this true pearl of the Adriatic and, if you wish, take a cable car excursion to Mount Srđ to admire the spectacular view of the old city at sunset. Or you can stroll along the 2 km perimeter of the historic city walls and let yourself be enchanted by the "postcard scenery" of ancient Dubrovnik andits surrounding islands. We'll stay in the port of Gruž for the night.
We will leave Dubrovnik late in the morning, to continue the journey to the picturesque village of Trstenik, on the Pelješac peninsula, a region famous for its excellent wine production. You will be fascinated by the jagged coasts covered with pine forests and the beautiful bays where we will stop for a quick dip and lunch, before heading to Trstenik. In the evening you can participate in a tasting of local wines in the renowned Grgić winery and, back on board, take part in the fun "Captain's Dinner" together with the Commander and all the crew.
After breakfast we sail to the island of Korčula, birthplace of the great explorer Marco Polo. Lunch on board in a bay located near the town of Korčula where we will disembark in the early afternoon. We'll dive in an excursion in this beautiful city, surrounded by an imposing medieval wall, where you can feel the charm of ancient traditions: Korčula is in fact the only place in the world where Moreška, a medieval knightly tournament of Spanish origins, still takes place. Walking through the streets of the old city, you will find numerous "konobe" (taverns) where you can taste the tasty local cuisine. Overnight in the port.
We'll set sail from Korčula early in the morning to reach the small and pristine Pakleni islands. After diving in turquoise waters and savouring an exquisite lunch, we will head towards Hvar, "the island of the sun". Here you can spend the afternoon exploring the town of the same name and get lost in the lively shops and bars of the historic center. Starting from the ancient Renaissance cathedral, passing through the oldest theater in Europe founded in 1612, up to the ancient Spanish Fortress from which you will enjoy the spectacle of a breathtaking sunset over the city and the bay below. In the evening the city offers numerous entertainment opportunities among elegant restaurants and lively clubs open until late.
The cruise continues in the island of Brač and more precisely in the proximity of the town of Bol, famous for its spectacular white sand beach, unmistakable for its unique shape: Zlatni Rat. After swimming and having lunch, we will continue our journey to the majestic Split where this fantastic tour ends. Here you will have the afternoon available to take part in a guided tour of the splendid UNESCO heritage city. Or freely explore its romantic cobbled streets, rich in history and monuments dating back to Roman times, such as the splendid Diocletian Palace. Overnight on board.
Day 8: Check-out
Early breakfast and check-out scheduled by 8 am.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.
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DESCRIZIONE DELLE CABINE
Le cabine ponte sono situate sul ponte principale e sul ponte superiore. Le cabine interne si trovano nello scafo della nave.
|CATEGORIA A+||Una settimana di crociera con trattamento di mezza pensione e itinerario a scelta. Il prezzo include anche: Cena del Capitano, visita guidata di Spalato, sevizio in cabina giornaliero, cambio a metà settimana del set di asciugamani e biancheria da letto. Sono navi di recente costruzione con scafo in acciaio e spaziose cabine dotate di aria condizionata (letti matrimoniali o separati, asciugacapelli, cassetta di sicurezza)|
|CATEGORIA A||Navi tradizionali in legno, cabine con bagno privato e doccia (possibilità del terzo letto su richiesta). Prevalenza di letti a castello. Salotto climatizzato.|
This cruise is carried out on recently restored gulets and classic boats, with a length of 20 meters up to 32 meters, which can accommodate from 20 to 38 guests in comfortable double or triple cabins arranged on the upper or lower deck and all with private bathrooms . The name of the boat that will be used on the cruise will be announced 14 days before departure. As an example, three types of boats used on a fleet of 16 are shown, ready to sail along the Croatian routes.
CLASS: 23 METERS GULET
|Model||Gulet 23 meters|
|Year||1957 (total refit 2002)|
|Sail area||90 sm|
|Cabins||9 doubles + 2 crew|
|Berths||18 + 4 (crew)|
|WC/Shower||9 +2 (crew)|
CLASS: 27 METERS GULET
|Model||Gulet of 27 meters|
|Year||1954 (total refit 2002)|
|Sail area||60 sm|
|Cabins||14 doubles + crew|
|Berths||24/28 + (crew)|
|WC/shower||14 + (crew)|
CLASS: 30 METERS GULET
|Model||Gulet of 30 meters|
|Year||1967 (total refit 2004)|
|Sail area||120 sm|
|Cabins||19 cabins + crew|
|Berths||38 + (crew)|
|WC/shower||19 + (crew)|
The name of the Gulet that will carry out the cruise will be communicated 14 days before departure.
BeBlue reserves the right to substitute the boat presented in the catalog (or not included in the catalog) with another boat of similar class and characteristics.