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Dalmatian Islands Yacht Tour

  • Ship Type:Catamaran Charter
  • Departs From:Split
  • Duration:4 Nights

Our 5 day Dalmatian Islands yacht tour starts near the ancient city of Split. You’ll depart from Sibenik bringing the opportunity to explore its thousand-year history before sailing off to the Blue Lagoon for a swim. Stop at stunning Zlatni Rat beach before heading to Stari Grad on Hvar to enjoy wine tasting and a walking tour in Hvar Town. You’ll witness a magical phenomenon in the Blue Cave, discover the charms of Vis, tour Korcula’s storybook Old Town, concluding in Dubrovnik.

Catamaran Charter
$2,200per person
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What's Included

  • 4 Nights of sailing on a spacious air-conditioned lagoon 450F catamaran accommodating up to 8 guests
  • Professional skipper and very experienced hostess on board throughout the trip
  • Enjoy multiple swim stops, including the beautiful Blue Lagoon
  • Complimentary use of all water toys on the boat
  • Private transfers to and from the boat

What's not Included

  • Breakfast and lunch on board the catamaran each day (Guests enjoy evening meals on shore)
  • Fuel, marina fees, tourist taxes are all included
  • Any drinks consumed onboard
  • Gratuities
  • We strongly advise all guests to purchase comprehensive travel insurance

Your Vessel

Catamaran in Croatia

Lagoon 450F Catamaran

Our lagoon 450F catamaran is ideal for families or up to 8 friends looking to explore the beautiful Dalmatian coast in comfort. The private yacht charter is fully air-conditioned and has 4 double cabins, each of which has its own en-suite shower room with electric toilets. The catamaran is very spacious with dining areas inside the vessel and an outdoor dining area to the rear. The boat is equipped with a professional skipper and onboard hostess.




Fly into Split where you’ll take private transfer to your catamaran that awaits in Sibenik nearby. If you prefer, arrive early and explore the area, you can also be met at your local hotel. There is a lot to see in Split, including the 4th-century Diocletian’s Palace, and in walled Sibenik with a history that dates back over a thousand years. Boarding is at 10 a.m. and once sailing commences, you’ll cruise over to Solta Island with the first stop a swim in the incredibly enticing waters of the Blue Lagoon. Your vessel’s final destination for the evening is Milna on Brac Island.


    Aerial photograph of famous Zlatni Rat beach in Bol

    An unforgettable morning brings you to Zlatni Rat, also known as the “Golden Horn” for its unique shape, which juts out into the transparent turquoise waters that nearly surround it. From there you’ll journey to Croatia’s oldest settlement, Stari Grad which dates to the 4th-century BC. You’ll have time to sample Hvar’s renowned dining scene, with many world-class waterfront restaurants and cafes for alfresco dining, before continuing to Palmizana for the night.


      Pakleni archipelago

      Begin cruising through the Pakleni archipelago which lies just off the coast of Hvar this morning. Your final destination for the day is Vis Island, the furthermost island from the mainland, it’s remote and beautifully unspoiled with little tourist development having been closed to the public while used as a military base. You’ll overnight here in Komiza town.

        Day 4 KOMIZA - KORCULA


        Last but not least is the small island of Korcula known for its forest, sandy beaches, olive groves, vineyards, and perhaps most famously, the walled historic center of Korcula Town. There are many Venetian influences throughout, with the cathedral of St. Mark the most important building. Keep an eye out for the lions of St. Mark atop the pilar.

          Day 5 KORCULA - DUBROVNIK


          Having visited the final island on your island-hopping itinerary, it’s time to transfer to Dubrovnik and check into your hotel. You can explore the Old City and its centuries-old stone defensive walls on your own. It’s breathtaking from the outside, and inside historic landmarks line the marble-paved streets, like one of Europe’s oldest still active pharmacies, founded in 1317 at the Franciscan Monastery, and Rector’s Palace which served as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa between the 14th century and 1808. We also recommend walking atop the city walls for a spectacular sea and city view.

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