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Our unforgettable cruises in Croatia offer the opportunity for island hopping in style along the stunning Adriatic coast. Our fantastic fleet of small ship cruises is designed to provide an intimate, authentic experience that comes with a wealth of amenities for relaxation and active pursuits. We offer an unbeatable selection of cruise deals to Croatia, with itineraries that visit the very best destinations, from the most popular locales to less-visited, hidden-away gems. Our most popular route from Dubrovnik to Split includes stops at the unspoiled islands of Brač, Mljet, and Slano. Cruises can even be combined with tours to provide the ultimate vacation experience.

Each ship has less than 20 cabins, all en-suite and air-conditioned, which means you’ll enjoy the utmost in personalized service that’s rarely found on those massive cruise liners. Our small luxurious vessels offer the ultimate Croatian cruising, with a level of comfort you’d expect to enjoy in a high-end hotel.

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  • Set sail on our top of the range, Adult Only cruises. Enjoy outstanding service on board the most sought after, newly built ships with private balconies.

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  • Discover Croatia in style whilst cruising onboard our newly built vessels which come equipped with private balconies for enhanced comfort.

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  • Enjoy simply outstanding value on our Croatia Deluxe cruises, giving you the opportunity to explore the Croatian coastline on newly built vessels.

    From $1,495 Per Person
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Frequently Asked Questions

What meals are served on a Croatia Small Ship Cruise?

The food that is served on board is a combination of traditional and authentic Mediterranean and Croatian cuisine. A selection of complimentary fresh fruit is available for your enjoyment all day long. We serve buffet-style, full continental breakfast from 7am to 9am, along with hot dishes like bacon, scrambled eggs, and omelets. At lunch and dinner, there are multiple fish, chicken, seafood, or pasta dishes to choose from.

What refreshments are available on board?

On board the ship in the salon, we have a bar with regular opening hours of 7am – 11pm. A wide selection of cold or hot beverages, soft drinks, bottled water, quality local wines, and bottled beers are available to sip while enjoying the views. Even though the tap water on board is of good quality, we do not recommend that you drink it. Bottled water is provided on board.

Or, read more about Croatian Wine in our Unforgettable blog.

Are dietary preferences catered for?

If you have any dietary requirements or preferences, such as diabetic, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, etc, please inform the team as soon as possible. Our galley team will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your personal dietary requests.

Is wifi available on board?

We are pleased to offer you the convenience of free Wi-Fi on board our cruise ships. Wi-Fi connection can be accessed in the salon or from the rear lounge. The Internet connection used is a cellular service, and therefore connection may be unreliable during some periods of sailing. The reception or connection speeds may sometimes drop as a result. Our Wi-Fi connection is best used for checking email or accessing news portals. If you want to download files or stream videos, we suggest that you do this on another occasion. Skype calls can be made in bigger towns along the sailing route.

What plug adaptor do I need?

The electrical current on board the ship is of European 220 volts standard. All plugs in the cabins have two 4.8 mm diameter round pins. To use any appliances (e.g. shavers, battery chargers, etc.) you should pack:

A Universal Transformer – to convert the power, if your device does not support 220 volts of power.
Universal Adapter Plugs – for sockets that differ from the ones back home.

What amenities are available in the cabins?

Bed linen and bath towels are provided in every cabin. The towels are changed every second day. If you require more towels please ask our Cruise Director. Beach towels are not provided.

All cabins are equipped with double or twin beds, a desk and chair, a mirror, night lamps, safety deposit box, radio, hair dryer, 220 V electric supply, the latest safety and fire alarm equipment, and lifejackets. Soap and shampoo are also supplied. There is a wardrobe for the storage of your clothes, and space under the bed for luggage.

Cabins situated on the lower deck feature a porthole and a dual ventilation system (in the bathroom and the cabin). Main and upper deck cabins have a cabin window. All cabins are soundproofed and have fireproof doors.

What clothes should I pack?

The dress code on our cruise ships is relaxed, casual, and comfortable during the day. In the evening, we suggest evening wear that is smart/casual for the Captain’s Dinner, and also for dining out on land. To maximize the space in your cabin, we recommend that you travel light. Ensure that you pack sturdy walking shoes for optimal comfort during sightseeing excursions. Clothes that are suitable for cooler evenings (e.g. a light jacket, a windbreaker or a similar item) are also a good idea. Don’t forget your swimwear. Your luggage can be easily stored under the beds, in the allocated space.

Is a Small Ship Cruise in Croatia a good option for someone with a physical disability?

Most passenger ships have limited access for disabled guests. When embarking/disembarking you can expect to encounter steep stairways, higher-than-average height steps, and gaps between boats, when crossing from one boat to another. The travel itinerary also warrants that most of the shore excursions are on foot. You should be able to stand for an extended period if you wish to visit museums and other sites. Our guided walking tours and shore excursions typically last 30-45 minutes and usually include walking over cobbled and uneven surfaces and up and down stairs. Please note: severe walking or physical disabilities may limit your overall experience.

What swimming opportunities are there?

We schedule several swim stops in secluded and peaceful bays, during the cruise, weather and season permitting. When we drop anchor you have an opportunity to experience swimming off the back of the boat. For your convenience, there are ladders for easy climbing and two showers available. Guests preferring to swim off the beach will also have ample opportunities to do so. Our ship often docks within easy reach of the popular beaches.

What are the noise level expectations at night on board?

On board the ship, all guests are asked to behave accordingly and to respect the night peace that officially starts at midnight. We will be docking for the night in ports of varying liveliness, especially during the high-season months of July and August. A certain level of noise from the shore and other boats in the harbor is to be expected. Although noise levels usually drop by 12.00am, sometimes there are local festivities or summer festivals that last long into the night. As the air conditioning in your cabin runs for the whole night, you can comfortably sleep with the windows closed.

What is the maritime law?

The Captain is entirely responsible for the safety and comfort of the vessel and its passengers. It is therefore within the Captain’s jurisdiction to change the sequence of stops and ports if necessary. This may occur in inclement weather conditions, high or low water levels, dock and lock schedules, or for technical reasons. The Captain also has the right to remove any unruly passengers, and to quarantine the ship in case of disease or similar.

We expect to provide sightseeing excursions to all of the major attractions that are listed in our cruise programs. Although it is unlikely, certain changes in schedules may happen from time to time. The operating hours at museums, galleries, and monuments may cause us to alter the sequence of touring. Sailing conditions and other factors may also impact on-shore excursion timetables.

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