Split - Split

Split - Brač - Hvar - Pelješac - Mljet - Korčula - Hvar - Split

 1st day: Saturday / SPLIT – MILNA, BRAČ

Check in by 2:00 pm. You will have time to settle in your cabins and enjoy the traditional welcome drink. Dinner will be served on board. You will spend the night in Milna. Milna is located on the western part of the Emperor Diocletian had found a secure harbour during the time of the building of the island Brač, 18 kilometres from Supetar. It is famous for its marvellous bay in which the ships of his palace in Split.

2nd day: Sunday / MILNA, BRAČ – BOL, BRAČ – JELSA, HVAR

Breakfast is served on board. Departure for Bol, and you will have an opportunity to swim and sunbathe on the most beautiful beach of the Adriatic coast – Zlatni rat (Golden Cape). It is a narrow white pebble beach on a promontory near Bol, located on the southern coast of the island of Brač. The shape of the beach shifts with the changes in tide, currents and wind. The beach is bordered by a pine tree grove in which one can find remnants of a Roman villa rustica, including the swimming pool.The promontory is protected as a geomorphological phenomenon. Lunch is served on board. In the afternoon you will sail to Jelsa. Evening is free for individual activities. You will spend the night in Jelsa. Jelsa is a small town situated in the bay on the northern coast of the central part of the island of Hvar. It borders with the two highest peaks on the island: St. Nicolas on the west and Hum on the east. Jelsa consists of two main parts: Vela Banda on the southern coast and Mala Banda on the northern. Jelsa is an important tourist centre which has a rich tradition in tourism (the oldest hotel Jadran was built in 1911). The town has been well-known for its quality red wine for a long time.


After breakfast, you will sail to the island of Pelješac. On the way there we will make stops in various bays for swimming and sunbathing. Lunch is served on board. Afternoon is free for individual activities; sightseeing or swimming. In the evening you will enjoy the Captain’s dinner with Dalmatian gourmet dishes. You will spend the night in Lovište. Lovište is a small town situated in one of the most beautiful bays on Pelješac. It is connected with it by an asphalt road that connects other resorts on the island such as Ston, Viganj and Kućište. The climate in Lovište is ideal for Bath tourism. The main bay always has warmer sea and the number of sun hours goes over 3000.

4th day: Tuesday / PELJEŠAC – MLJET

Breakfast is served on board. We will sail to the island of Mljet where you will be able to swim and to sunbathe. Lunch is served on board. You will have an opportunity to see the natural beauties of the National Park of Mljet. According to the legend, the island of Mljet was the resting place of the Greek hero Ulysses. We spend the night on the island. For visiting the Park you are obligated to pay an entrance ticket.

5th day: Wednesday / MLJET – KORČULA

Our journey will continue and we will sail to the island of Korčula, the birthplacen of Marco Polo. The Dalmatian coast and the islands were parts of the Venetian Republic in 1413. You can explore the city of Korčula and enjoy dinner in one of many small restaurants in the harbour. You spend the night in Korčula. Breakfast and lunch will be served on the boat.

6th day: Thursday / KORČULA - HVAR

After breakfast follows the departure for the Devil Islands which are unique and the most recognisable natural beauty of Hvar. Lunch is served on board. In the afternoon or early evening: transfer with the dinghy to the town of Hvar. This is a great town which has vivid nightlife and many good restaurants specialized in local cuisine. You spend the night anchored.

7th day: Friday / HVAR – SPLIT OR ŠOLTA

After breakfast we will sail to Split, our final destination. We stop in a bay to have lunch and for swimming. Depending on your outbound flight we can spend your last night on the island of Šolta instead in Split.

8th day: Saturday / SPLIT

Breakfast is served on board. The check-out time is until 9:00 am.