A maritime adventure to discover the most beautiful panoramas of the Adriatic and its thousand islands. Relaxation, walks, Croatian flavors, and swimming will be the key words of your trip.
DAY 1: Dubrovnik - Zaton (about 5 miles)
Meet at 6pm at the ACI Marina in Dubrovnik for boarding. After dropping off your belongings in your cabin and listening to the crew's quick safety briefing, you will cast off. Your first port of call is Zaton Bay. This peaceful little corner reveals the sweet scent of pine trees from the surrounding mountains. Its transparent waters will be perfect for a first plunge into the water! Dinner and night on board.
DAY 2 : Zaton - Šipanska Luka (about 14 miles)
You set sail on the beautiful beach of Šunj, located on the island of Lopud. Take advantage of the morning to explore the seabed, paddle along the shoreline, or relax on the catamaran's trampolines. You then head to the island of Šipan and anchor at Šipanska Luka Bay. While strolling around the village, you will discover the remains of buildings dating back to the 16th century. Dinner and night on board.
DAY 3: Šipanska Luka - Mljet (about 22 miles)
This morning, you sail to the Mljet National Park, home to preserved and lush nature. The skipper drops anchor in the bay of Polače. There you will find the remains of an ancient Roman palace, Rimska Palaca. After lunch, you can choose to stroll freely in the park, swim, relax on the beach, or take part in an excursion. Dinner and night on board.
Optional : excursion to the salt lakes of Mljet. These two basins surrounded by pines and oaks display bewitching blue water.
DAY 4: Mljet - Korčula (about 17 miles)
You take to the sea in the direction of Korčula, an island known for its vineyards, but also for the beauty of its old town. You make a stopover in Luka Bay before disembarking to explore it. This last one has an architecture marked by history. Don't miss the great Revelin Tower (located at the entrance of the city), the magnificent St. Mark's Cathedral (built in the 15th century), and the house of Marco Polo (the sailor would have been born at Korčula...). Dinner and night on board.
Optional : guided tour of the old town to discover its history, traditions, and main buildings..
DAY 5 : Korčula - Trstenik (about 20 miles)
You will sail eastward to reach the Pelješac peninsula, known for its wines. You will drop anchor off the coast of the village of Trstenik, one of the oldest villages in Pelješac. For the record, its port was specially built for international wine exports. After lunch, you will have the opportunity to visit a vineyard and its cellar. Dinner and night on board.
DAY 6: Trstenik - Ston (about 25 miles)
Departure to the beautiful and not often frequented bay of Marčuleti where you can examine the seabed. In the early afternoon, you set sail for Ston, also known as the "Great Wall of Europe". A wall was erected in the 14th century between Ston and Mali Ston (located at the other end of the isthmus) by the Venetians to protect themselves from assailants from the sea. The city is also famous for its oyster beds. Why not try some of them? Dinner and night on board.
DAY 7 : Ston - Dubrovnik (about 30 miles)
It is time to start the return trip to Dubrovnik. You have lunch on the south side of the island of Lokrum. It will be the opportunity to take your last dip in the sea from the back skirts. The catamaran is on its way again and you will see the imposing fortifications of the "Pearl of the Adriatic" Dubrovnik. After docking in the marina, you have free time to climb the ramparts and enjoy the view, visit the Assumption Cathedral or the Lovrijenac fortress. Dinner and night on board.
DAY 8 : Dubrovnik
Your disembarkation at the ACI marina in Dubrovnik is scheduled after breakfast, around 9 am.
Dubrovnik > Zaton > Šipanska Luka > Mljet > Korčula > Trstenik > Ston > Dubrovnik
The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions