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With over 1000 islands’ craggy coastline to explore, Croatia is fast becoming a popular charter destination. With the beautiful Adriatic sea glistening in the sun, few can resist the allure of Croatia’s charm, and what better way to discover these fascinating islands than on your own luxury yacht. Full of character, Croatia hasn’t allowed the tourist industry to take away from its cultural roots and in most places maintains a simple traditional Croatian lifestyle. While here, explore the military architecture, the azure waters and the delicious Croatian cuisine.


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Upon your arrival in Split at 12:00 noon, you will be offered a refreshing glass of chilled champagne. After meeting your Captain and Crew who will be taking first-class care of you for the next seven days, you will set off in pursuit of Vis. Here you can explore this island and its intriguing history. Serving as a military base for the Yoguslav army, Vis was cut off from visitors from the 1950’s up until 1989. This meant that the island was preserved against much development meaning old Croatian tradition and culture have remained unchanged, giving you an authentic taste of Vis’ history. Your stopover here in Vis will be the town of Komiža which is situated in a large sandy bay, perfect for a refreshing afternoon dip and fun on the onboard water toys. It is recommended whilst in Vis that you sample the local seafood and wine, so why not take a late lunch or dinner in the town before returning to your yacht.


Leaving the island of Vis after a wonderful breakfast onboard, you will journey east towards Korcula Island. You may wish to anchor in one of the many sheltered bays along your journey for a leisurely swim before you round the Eastern tip of the island and head into Korcula town. As you approach the town you will see the impressive architecture of the protective walls jutting out into the sea. This wonderful little town is a great place to explore and experience local culture amongst a wonderful atmosphere. The picturesque alleyways and streets are filled with small shops selling handmade crafts, art, locally produced wines and soaps. A short walk away you have access to several beaches with crystal clear waters where you can relax and swim, or if you would rather stop for a bite to eat there are a number of restaurants and bars for you to enjoy.Having explored all there is to explore in Korcula, you can return to your yacht for dinner and bespoke cocktails prepared for you on the aft deck.


After a leisurely morning in Korcula, your yacht will head over to Dubrovnik, one of Croatia’s most popular destinations. Despite appearances, Dubrovnik was seriously damaged in the war in 1991. Having been reconstructed shortly after, Dubrovnik is a beautiful sight to behold. The narrow streets and picturesque harbour are fascinating to wander around, or if you want to experience the town from another perspective, why not take the paddle boards or tender out to the marina for an impressive view of the walled town. For dinner, we highly recommend an evening in Restaurant 360. Everything in this restaurant is influenced by the local culture; locally sourced fish and meat are beautifully cooked in Mediterranean dishes and served in the restaurant’s seating in the old harbour walls. The 360 offers some of the best views of the town below – pair that alongside the delicious menu and you’re in for a truly memorable dining experience.


After an onboard breakfast looking out onto Dubrovnik marina, your yacht will make its way over to Mljet Island, an island of natural beauty. The island is home to rich forested areas, lakes, olive groves and vineyards, all waiting to be explored. On the western tip of the island lies Mjlet National Park, where the natural landscape is maintained and is particularly beautiful. Here, in the stunning clear water, is the perfect opportunity to make use of the on board snorkeling equipment. The preservation of this island means that the sea here is full of marine life for you to experience. If you would rather do your exploring inland, you can visit the small town of Pomena, where you can walk or cycle to the two lakes Malo Jezero and Veliko Jezero, here you can rent out a kayak and float atop the beautiful, still waters. Whilst visiting here, you can choose to have lunch in a Benedictine Monastery which has now been turned into a highly regarded restaurant. The venue sits on the islet Sv Marija which is in the centre of Veliko Jezero.


After a relaxing morning on board you will make your way over to the island of Hvar. There are plenty of small coves along the way if you fancy a refreshing swim before arriving, or you can choose to go straight the town. Known for its exclusive and luxurious beach clubs, restaurants and hotels, Hvar is Croatia’s most glamourous desitination and favoured by the rich and famous. Recently visiting the island are celebrities such as Prince Harry, Beyonce and Jay-Z and Roman Abramovich. With bustling nightlife, a great top-end shopping scene and beautiful jewellery stores, its easy to see why this picturesque town has become such an alluring destination. If the glitz isn’t your scene however, Hvar also boasts some quieter places on the south west of the island. The Resin Islands, for example, are a quiet, small cluster of islands where you can choose to drop anchor and swim in the turquoise waters. Here you will find a number of isolated coves where you and your guests can enjoy some fun on the beach or catch some rays in peace and tranquility.


Arriving in Trogir in the morning, you will get the whole day to experience the town often referred to as ‘Little Venice’. Awarded with becoming an UNESCO heritage town in 1997, Trogir’s old town is a network of alleyways full of architectural, cultural and historical monuments with its own incredible atmosphere. With Romanesque and Renaissance buildings from the 13th and 15th centuries, Trogir is a fascinating place to wander around in the sunshine. For the best views of the town climb the tower of the St. Lawrence Cathedral; a Venetian cathedral in the town square, considered one of the finest archtectural works in the whole of Croatia. After working up an appetite, why not go to the seaside promenade for something to eat or an apperitif before returning to your yacht for dinner. You can find plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes catering to all guests along this promenade. A particular favourite among many visitors is Fontana Hotel and Restaurant. With a large outdoor terrace, you can enjoy quality, traditional Dalmation food with a spectacular view of the sea and Riva below.


The final morning on your yacht, you will be served a delicious fresh breakfast which you can enjoy on the aft deck in the sunshine as you make your way back to Split. At 12:00 noon your crew and Captain will wish you a fond farewell as you disembark for the last time.

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