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This Croatia yacht tour covers it all, with a mix of sailing and land tours. Start in medieval Dubrovnik, getting to know its famous walled Old City before traveling to ancient Split with its renowned 4th-century Diocletian’s Palace. Step aboard your elegant catamaran in Sibenk to island-hop to Solta, Brac, Hvar, through the dazzling Paklenis, onto Bisevo and its magical Blue Cave, as well as unspoiled Vis, providing a slice of the Mediterranean as it once was. After sailing, discover the lakes and waterfalls in Plitvice Lakes National Park as well as the beauty and delicacies of Istria, concluding in the capital city of Zagreb.

  • From $3,773 PP
  • 12 Days
  • Breakfast & Lunch
  • Yacht Charter
  • Dubrovnik
  • Zagreb

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Begin your discovery of the Croatian coast in the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” flying into Dubrovnik’s airport. You’ll be met by private transfer upon your arrival with a short drive bringing you to your hotel in the city. After a long flight you might want to simply relax and enjoy the facilities or take a short stroll to a beach and soak up the scenery. If you’re excited to see its walled historic center, it can be a great way to stretch your legs and beat any jet lag, casually wandering the marble paved streets, popping into the shops and boutiques.

  • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel More, Dubrovnik



Get a more in-depth look at Dubrovnik’s Old City on a walking tour by meeting our local guide at imposing Pile Gate, built in 1537. After passing through you’ll reach an inner gate that’s nearly a century older. Follow your guide to fascinating sites as you gaze up at the gothic, renaissance, and baroque architecture, learning all about the history behind landmarks like Rector’s Palace which served as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa from the 14th century to 1808. Afterwards, ride the cable car to Mount Srd’s summit, enjoying a panoramic view over it all.

  • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel More, Dubrovnik
  • Excursions Included: Guided walking tour of Dubrovnik



Say farewell to beautiful Dubrovnik after breakfast, meeting your private driver for transfer to ancient Split, with a delicious stop along the way. Enjoy a unique culinary experience in picturesque Mali Ston Bay, taking a short boat ride to sample the bay’s famous fresh oysters, said to be some of the world’s best, right out of the sea. Your drive will bring you to your hotel in Split, and after taking time to settle into your room you can enjoy a short stroll, seeking out one of the many restaurants and cafes for a meal, perhaps along the Riva promenade or in Diocletian’s Palace.

  • Hotel Accommodation: Cornaro Hotel, Split
  • Excursions Included: Oyster tasting in Ston



A two-city tour is on the agenda today, starting in nearby Trogir. Your guide will reveal its many impressive monuments like the 15th-century Venetian castle/fortress that can be seen from the promenade along the waterfront. Marvel at the Romanesque-gothic Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the city’s most imposing monument which illustrates all the styles that succeed one another in Croatia. Return to Split to discover its incredible historic center, including the 4th-century Diocletian’s Palace with its narrow streets and alleyways. It features remarkably well-preserved traditional attributes of Roman architecture, including a domed ceiling with an oculus, composite columns, and a domed ceiling with an oculus.

  • Hotel Accommodation: Cornaro Hotel, Split
  • Excursions Included: Guided walking tour of Trogir and Split



The sailing portion of your trip begins with private transfer to Sibenik. Your catamaran awaits here in this thousand-year-old city – hop aboard and cruise over to the Blue Lagoon on Solta Island for your first swim stop, enjoying the soft sands and spectacular clear blue waters. Continue to your destination for the evening, the village of Milna on Brac Island, know for its white limestone that was used to construct the homes and buildings you’ll see here as well as some famous structures like the U.S. White House. The veranda at the café near Marina Vlaška is ideal for dinner and a sunset.


    Wine tasting at Tomic

    Your journey today brings you to Zlatni Rat beach, often referred to as the “Golden Horn” for its unique shape that juts out about a third of a mile into dreamy turquoise waters. Afterward sail to Hvar Island, one of the most popular in Dalmatia, stopping at the country’s oldest settlement of Stari Grad, dating back over 2,400 years. You’ll meet your guide here to visit Jelsa for a tasting at one of the region’s most popular wineries. From there, head to Hvar Town for a walking tour of the historic center with time afterward for dinner along the waterfront.

    • Excursions Included: Guided walking tour of Hvar, Wine tasting in Jelsa on Hvar


    Blue Cave

    Your vessel will wind its way through the dazzling Pakleni islands with their stunning natural beauty, heading towards Bisevo Island. You’ll stop here to disembark and hop in a smaller boat to enter the Blue Cave and experience the breathtaking phenomenon that occurs when sunlight enters through a crack in the roof, illuminating the interior with a blue glow. Cruise on to Vis with Komiza town your overnight stop. Here you’ll be able to take in magnificent natural beauty on an island with little tourist development thanks to being closed off to the public for 40 years, used by the Yugoslav People’s Army.

    • Excursions Included: Boat tour of the Blue Cave


    Plitvice Lakes

    It’s time to make your return to Sibenik, about a six-hour journey from Komiza. Take advantage of those final moments out at sea to sunbathe on deck while surrounded by the gorgeous scenery once your bags are packed and ready. You’ll arrive at Sibenik after lunch, taking private transfer from here to Plitvice Lakes. Head from the coast into a mountainous area, enjoying the views as your driver does the work behind the wheel. You’ll be delivered to Hotel Degenija in the village of Seliste Dreznicko near Plitvice Lakes National Park where you’ll find several eateries within a short walk for dinner.

    • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel Degenija, Plitvice Lakes


    Plitvice Lakes

    While your final destination today is elegant Opatija, enjoy free time to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park and its magnificent lakes with brilliant hues of blues and greens, and its countless cascading waterfalls. Begin with a boat ride across emerald Kozjak Lake and then stroll the paths and wooden walkways to view the fantasy-like scenes that have made this park so famous. Continuing to Opatija, a world-renowned resort town tucked between the sea and mountains, you might enjoy a walk along the 7.4-mile-long Lungomare promenade with the water on one side and grand villas on the other before finding an enticing spot for dinner.

    • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel Milenij, Opatija


    Wine tasting

    It’s all about delicious flavors, rich history and jaw-dropping scenery today as you embark on a private guided tour of Istria. You’ll discover its many highlights starting in the world’s smallest town, Hum. While it may be tiny, it packs a punch with a truly magical atmosphere and delicious local products that you can sample. In Buzet, visit a local truffle producer who will provide a demonstration of this rare treat. Discover hilltop Motovun, a real stunner, enjoying a presentation and tasting of its truffle products before concluding with a visit to Groznjan and a wine tasting at one of the local wineries.

    • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel Milenij, Opatija
    • Excursions Included: Private guided tour of Istria, Wine tasting



    After enjoying breakfast this morning you’ll check out of your Opatija hotel, taking private transfer to the final destination of your trip. the Croatian capital of Zagreb which has a history dating back to the Middle Ages. The largest city in Croatia, you’ll find a mix of historic and modern. After getting settled into your hotel, take a leisurely walk to discover some of its delights, perhaps getting re-energized with coffee at one of the many trendy cafes while taking in the scene. Coffee drinking is taken seriously here making it a great way to mingle with the locals.

    • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel Esplanade, Zagreb



    You don’t want to miss Zagreb’s historic side either. This morning you’ll get familiar with it on a private walking tour. Alongside your local guide you’ll learn about the city’s history while discovering some of the most iconic landmarks like Zagreb Cathedral, considered to be the most important gothic-style religious building southeast of the Alps with its imposing twin towers. You might visit the colorful Dolac Market, 13th-century St. Mark’s Church, with its frequently photographed roof, and the mid-13th century Lotrscak tower, the best-preserved part of Zagreb’s fortifications. Enjoy a celebratory dinner on your own this evening with your adventure concluding tomorrow.

    • Excursions Included: Guided walking tour of Zagreb
    • Hotel Accommodation: Hotel Esplanade, Zagreb



    Enjoy breakfast and perhaps an espresso to fuel up for your journey home this morning. You’ll be met by your private driver after checking out of your hotel for transfer to Zagreb’s airport, taking your many memories and photos with you. If you’d like to continue your travels elsewhere, this is a great jumping off point to discover the Slovenian Alps and fairytale-like sights such as Lake Bled. Otherwise, we wish you a safe trip and hope to see you again soon.

      What's Included

      • 9 nights in superior hotel accommodation with breakfast
      • 3 nights sailing on a spacious air-conditioned lagoon 450F catamaran accommodating up to 6 guests
      • Full Covid-19 safety procedures are being followed with additional on board cleaning
      • Private transfers throughout your trip
      • Professional skipper and very experienced hostess on board throughout the trip
      • Breakfast and lunch provided on board the catamaran each day (Guests enjoy evening meals on shore)
      • Complimentary use of all water toys on the boat
      • Fuel, marina fees, tourist taxes are all included
      • Guided tours in Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Hvar, Istria and Zagreb
      • Oyster tasting in Ston
      • Wine tasting in Hvar and in Istria
      • Boat tour of the Blue Cave
      • Discover the photogenic beauty of Plitvice National Park
      • Private Istria food and wine tour
      • Multiple swim stops for taking advantage of some of the world’s most beautiful clear blue waters

      Your Vessel

      Lagoon 450 Catamaran

      Lagoon 450 Catamaran

      Our lagoon 450F catamaran is ideal for families or up to 6 friends looking to explore the beautiful Dalmatian coast in comfort. The private yacht charter is fully air-conditioned and has 3 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.

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      Departure Dates

      Most of our yacht charters operate from Saturdays. However, some of our vessels have flexible departure dates and we can build the itinerary around your desired departure dates. Please get in touch with our team with your desired departure dates and we can advise the availability of our vessels.

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