DAY 1: Arrive in Dubrovnik & Set Sail!
We will collect you from Dubrovnik airport and transfer you to the port, where you will meet with your skipper at 2pm, and he will welcome you and your group on board the yacht.
Once you are all checked-in to your cabins the yacht will sail to the island of Šipan, 17 kilometres away.
We will moor for the night in the town of Šipanska luka (Port of Šipan) next to the Konoba Kod Marka restaurant where you can enjoy an evening meal.
DAY 2: Sail to Ston
After breakfast we will sail to Ston on the Pelješac peninsula, famous for its salt pans, which are thought to be the oldest in the Mediterranean and have been in constant use for 4000 years.
The town is also famous for 3km of defensive walls and fortresses, originally built in the middle ages to protect the salt.
This is the largest defensive wall of its kind in Europe, and only the Great Wall of China is larger worldwide.
DAY 3: Mljet National Park
We leave Ston and head for Mljet Island, which is one of Croatia’s protected National Parks.
The yacht will moor in Polače bay, where, according to legend, Odysseus was shipwrecked and detained by Calypso who wanted him for her husband.
You’ll find plenty to do on Mljet – you can walk, cycle or kayak around the two saltwater lakes, which were carved out from the last ice age.
One of the lakes has a small island with a 12th-century monastery.
Mljet is also home to the Adriatic’s largest coral reef, which is great for snorkelling and scuba diving.
DAY 4: Sail to Korčula
There is no hurry to set sail in the morning as our next stop, Korčula is only a leisurely two-hour sail away.
Korčula Town is nicknamed “little Dubrovnik” because of its Medieval architecture, and houses with red-tiled roofs.
You’ll find plenty to do in Korčula – learn about the history of the town and it’s connection to explorer Marco Polo; relax on one of the scenic beaches; or if you want to enjoy some fine food and drinks, head to the LD restaurant, or one of the rooftop cocktail bars.
DAY 5: Lastovo
One of Croatia’s unspoiled wonders, the Lastovo archipelago was once a military base, and was only recently reopened to the public.
Lastovo Town is perched on a hillside, with panoramic views across the islands. On the northwest coastline, you’ll find an old submarine tunnel built during Tito’s reign, and all around the island is a paradise for scuba divers and snorkelers.
DAY 6: Šaplunara Bay
As we begin our return towards the mainland there’s time for another stop at Mljet, this time at Šaplunara Bay on the eastern end of the Island.
The bay is famous for its three sandy beaches which are surrounded by pine forests, making this the ideal spot to relax for the day.
DAY 7: Your Trip Home
This will be your last day on the yacht, so we will make the most of it by stopping at Lopud island for lunch, where you’ll have the opportunity to swim or relax on the sandy beach of Šunj.
In the early evening we will arrive back in Dubrovnik, and disembark the yacht, leaving you free to experience the delights that Dubrovnik has to offer.
Why not add some additional nights in a hotel to your trip, to really make the most of your visit?