Set off on an adventure on this magnificent and luxurious sailing ship, riding on the waves, surrounded by comfort and a crew that will pamper you all the way. You will only have to worry about choosing a good cocktail to taste at the indoor lounge bar or at the Tropical pool bar. Surfing along three different routes between the Cyclades islands, the Sporades islands and the Aegean sea, you will be able to discover all the most hidden corners of Greece!
|Port of Venice
|TIME OF DEPARTURE
|Check-in from 3:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out by 9:00 am on the following Saturday
Double cabin spot
Full board service
Bed linen and towels
Dinghy with outboard engine
Ports and tourist taxes 255€
From €2260 per person for accommodation in a double cabin with private bathroom and air conditioning.
|International crew and guests.
|How to come
|Air: Airport Venezia (VCE), TRAIN: Venice central station
Croatia and Montenegro- ID 487 View MoreLess
This is an example itinerary suggested by the BeBlue skippers who are experts in the navigation area. The route can be planned on the needs of the group before departure or during navigation.
Day 1: Check-in
Check-in available in the afternoon at the Charter offices in the Embarkation Marina. After finishing the quick procedures of taking over the boat (technical check-in) and boarding the galley, you can enjoy an aperitif and dinner near the Marina or alternatively set sail immediately and enjoy the first sailing.
Cross the Adriatic and arrive in Zadar. In this beautiful city, ancient and modern meet and coexist in harmony to create one of the most exciting centres in Dalmatia, a place to explore Roman ruins and Venetian architecture. Visit the old fortified walls surrounding the city centre and don't miss the natural concert of the sea organ: it captures the movement of the waves and transforms it into music, emitting a strange melancholic sound reminiscent of the sea, wind and sky.
After a leg of sailing, we drop anchor off Hvar. The heavenly scent of lavender fills the air of the fields and valleys around the island, making it ideal for walks and seasonal outdoor activities. Perfectly positioned close to the Dalmatian coastline, the island and its marina have been a favourite destination since the times of the ancient Romans, Byzantines, Venetians and later the Austro-Hungarian nobility.
For this day you will stop in Dubrovnik. Undoubtedly, the city is a marvel in every respect, especially after having undergone a miraculous restoration. Crowned by the Minceta Tower, the 10th century A.D. walls are a symbol of its complex history through the centuries. For enthusiasts, a tour to discover the old-world beauty of Dubrovnik is sure to be a welcome experience.
Finally cross the border and set foot in the state of Montenegro, more precisely in Kotor. Here you will find a unique and impressive backdrop of Montenegro's coastline and mountains, standing on the shore of the longest fjord in southern Europe. The Mouths of Kotor, inlets of the Fjord, hide one of the most pristine places you will ever lay eyes on, the medieval town of Kotor. Founded by the ancient Romans, fortified during the Byzantine era and later under Venetian rule for much of its history, Kotor has remained perfectly preserved thanks to its location.
Make a stop at the Island of Vis, a pearl among the Croatian Adriatic islands that has remained untouched by tourism for many years. As its development progresses, it is becoming increasingly popular, especially among sailors. The island is known for its beautiful beaches and fascinating history: the town it is named after was founded around 397 BC as a base for the Greek colonisation of the Adriatic Sea.
You are getting closer and closer to your starting point, but before returning we recommend a visit to Rovinj, Rovinj in the native language. It is a typical example of a Mediterranean seaside town with lush vegetation and picturesque brightly coloured houses, vaguely similar to those in 'neighbouring' Burano. The historical centre is dominated by the three-nave Baroque church of Sant'Eufemia (Fuma). Near the harbour are the clock tower, the baroque Balbi arch and the former 17th century town hall. To the east is the Franciscan monastery complex while to the south is Rovinj's oldest monument, the Romanesque heptagonal chapel of the Holy Trinity.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled in the early morning after breakfast.
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.
CLASS: TALL SHIP
Royal Clipper has a modern navigation system and every luxury comfort you could wish for. The piano bar is the perfect place for a pre-dinner drink or a refreshing cocktail with other guests at the Tropical Bar. The restaurant's three-deck atrium channels sunlight into the elegantly appointed three-level lounge, where seating is reservation-free and dress code casual. And what about the exclusive Captain Nemo Lounge, with its spa and wellness center from glass portholes overlooking the underwater spaces? The perfect place to be pampered. The Guinness Book of World Records has recognized Royal Clipper as the largest square-sailed sailing ship in service, with 5,000 m2 of sail area.
|Owners Suite, Deluxe Suite, Category 1 to 6
|Number of guests
|Number of crew members
|Air Conditioning, Tropical Bar inside and outside, Lounge Bar, library, fireplace, TV and DVD player, safe-deposit box, telephone, jacuzzi tub, room service
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