During your trip, each port and anchorages will have its share of surprises in store for you. Strolling through Korkula, Dubrovnik or Hvar, you will find medieval treasures. These stops will also allow you to discover the diversity of the Adriatic seabed.
Day 1 : Dubrovnik
Meeting in Dubrovnik between 3 pm and 4 pm for your boarding. The crew will introduce you to your cabin, and then you will have free time to explore every corner of the boat. In the evening, you will be invited to the restaurant to enjoy the welcome dinner. The captain will then give the order to cast off to Split. Overnight at sea.
DAY 2 : Split
You will dock Split in the morning. This city, with its heritage and fascinating history, is home to the sumptuous Diocletian Palace, built in the IVe century BC by the Roman Emperor of the same name. Those who wish can participate in an (optional) walk around the city accompanied by a guide. After lunch, we will propose you an excursion (optional) to Trogir. You will set sail again in the late afternoon and head for Rab. Dinner and overnight at sea.
Day 3 : Rab
This morning, you will make landfall on the island of Rab, located in the Kvarner archipelago. This city is known for its beaches but also for its many historical monuments. During the optional visit, you will have the opportunity to see the Sainte-Justine church, the remains of the Saint-Jean L'Évangéliste church, and the Prince's Palace. You will leave in the afternoon for the south. During this crossing, you will discover the Kornati. This archipelago, with its heavenly colors, includes 150 islands where calm and tranquility reign. Dinner and overnight at sea.
Day 4 : Sibenik
Before arriving in Sibenik, you will pass through the Luka Canal, bordered by mountainous landscapes. You will disembark in Sibenik in the morning. Located at the mouth of the Krka River, this city has many tourist attractions such as the Saint-Michel fortress built in the XIe century and the Saint-Jacques cathedral classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The proximity to Krka National Park allows us to offer you an (optional) excursion to this lush place. Composed of waterfalls, the park has a very diversified flora and fauna. It thus includes no less than 45 species of mammals and 200 species of birds, including the golden eagle. Dinner and overnight at the port.
Day 5 : Hvar - Korcula
After breakfast, the captain sets the bar on Hvar. This island, with its venerable influences, is considered one of the most beautiful in Croatia, which makes it particularly popular with celebrities. You will have the choice between discovering the city for yourself or taking part in a guided walking tour that will take you to the Gothic cathedral of Saint-Etienne and its imposing bell tower. Back on board, you will enjoy a relaxing stopover to dive and refresh yourself in the Adriatic. Your journey then continues to Korcula where you will dock in its port in the late evening. Overnight at the port.
Day 6: Korcula
We have prepared a day trip (optional), led by a guide who will tell you the story of Korcula before taking you to the village of Lumbarda for a wine tasting. Korcula is a fortified city where the famous St. Mark's Cathedral was erected. Going up to the top of its bell tower, you will have a breathtaking view of the old town. A museum is also dedicated to Marco Polo, who, according to some, was born in Korcula... You return to the boat at the end of the day to set sail for Montenegro. Dinner and overnight at sea.
Day 7: Kotor - Dubrovnik
When you wake up early, you will be able to see the sumptuous and unforgettable Mouths of Kotor classified by UNESCO. This submerged canyon, too often described as a fjord, is wrongly composed of 4 gulfs: Herceg Novi, Tivat, Risan, and Kotor. You will stopover in the medieval town of Kotor and explore Place d'Armes overlooked by the 17th-century clock tower. The most courageous will climb the 1426 steps that lead to the top of the Saint-Jean fortress to admire the panoramic view of the bay. You sail back to Dubrovnik. You will dock at the end of the evening. Overnight at the port.
Day 8: Dubrovnik
It's time to pack your bags and say goodbye to the crew. Your disembarkation is scheduled after breakfast, around 9 am.
Note: Swimming stops in Croatia and Montenegro are subject to permission from local authorities.
Dubrovnik > Split > Rab > Sibenik > Hvar > Korcula > Kotor > Dubrovnik
The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions