Type of boat: Traditional wooden gulet, Sirena E, 28 metres with 6 double cabins
Embarkation: Saturdays at 16:30
Disembarkation: Saturdays at 9:30
There is no scheduled daily plan so spend your days as you wish! A normal day might start with breakfast on board and a morning swim. Then we will probably sail for a couple of hours, take a break to swim and have lunch on board. After lunch we will likely sail for another couple of hours and anchor for the evening in a peaceful spot where you can spend the night however you like.
Split is the main urban cultural centre for the Dalmatia region. It enjoys easy travel by land and sea to other main tourist resorts. It also enjoys a rich and colourful past and heritage. More recently it has undergone much reconstruction, resulting in its becoming a cosmopolitan Mediterranean tourist resort. As it is also a major port, it is perfectly positioned as a starting/finishing destination for us.
Trogir town is a living museum so you will enjoy exploring if you appreciate culture and historical architecture. There is much that has been preserved from several periods including Gothic, Roman and Venetian and Trogir is also listed as a UNESCO heritage site. Furthermore, it has an important shipbuilding industry, developed during the last century. There is much to sightsee and explore while here!
This small island, connected by a causeway to the mainland, has a rich history and many places of cultural interest. It has also been voted as having one of the top ten beaches in Croatia. Its appearance is very impressive as you approach by sea.
This small town is situated on the mouth of the Krka river and is approached via an inlet. Skradin also hosts some very impressive waterfalls and marinas. Its location is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, being also one of the oldest Croatian settlements and headquarters to the Krka National Park.
There are no permanent settlements on this beautiful and unspoilt island. You will find that there is a fishing trade that exists here, dating back centuries. The area is rich with flora and fauna, and also has many plant and sea species in the area. Enjoy the tranquility while anchored in Zut.
This area has been established as a natural park, due to its outstanding plant and animal life. The bay of Telascica has very steep white and impressive cliffs, providing a contrast to all the foliage from olive, pine and fig trees. The bay is a very special place to visit and provides a safe and sheltered anchorage for your yacht.
Yet another island of outstanding natural beauty, Kaprije also enjoys some history and cultural heritage. No cars are allowed on Kaprije, as a means of preserving its beautiful, natural environment. The main industries here are agriculture, fishing and tourism. Kaprije offers more opportunities for exploration and sightseeing as you continue your gulet cruise.
Maslinica / Solta:
Maslinica is a picturesque settlement on Solta island, unspoilt by mass tourism so it is still possible to enjoy peace and quiet. The neighbouring bays are rocky, but enjoy some degree isolation and privacy. A perfect and relaxing way to end your tour before disembarkation in Split.