Day 1 - Split
Join your yacht in Croatia’s second largest city, Split. This exuberant city has the right balance of modernity and traditional culture. A visit to the imposing Roman ruins of Diocletian’s Palace reveals it is not a museum or a palace, it is the city’s heart. A labyrinthine of streets with bars, shops and restaurants. Dip into one of the many bays, beaches, and crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Enjoy the peace by taking the yachts tender to one of Split’s waterfront cocktail bars. End the day on anchor and enjoy your privacy in a quiet bay.
Day 2 - SkradinEnjoy breakfast, then depart for Skradin, a small town located on the river Krka just a few hours from Split. Along the way, you may want to stop and enjoy a swim in one of the gorgeous bays. Skradin borders the entrance to the natural wonders of Krka National Park with its beautiful scenery and wildlife. The main attraction is a series of waterfalls that grace the park. After a relishing communion with nature in Krka National Park, spend the night onboard in Skradin.
Day 3 - Kornati Archipelago
Often cited in travel guides as a “nautical paradise,” the Kornati Islands consist of 147 unforgettable islands inlets and reefs in just 22-miles. Nowhere else in the Mediterranean are there so many islands in such a small area. Diving and snorkeling this area reveals thousands of unique species of fish in clear waters. Spend the evening onboard relaxing with a bottle of superb Croatian wine or your preferred beverage. Stay the night at a lovely and peaceful anchorage.
Day 4 - Kornati Archipelago to Mali Lošinj
Spend the morning onboard enjoying breakfast and basking in the crystal-clear waters of the Kornati Islands. Later set off for Mali Lošinj, one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets. The island is known for being big on wellness, secluded beaches and its tranquil fishing villages. Explore its many churches, visit the Fritzy Palace to enjoy its numerous works of art. Visit the astonishing 2,000-year old bronze statue, the Croatian Apoxyomenos that was recently recovered from the sea in 1999. Try the delightful and delectable traditional cuisine and delicious wine of the island. Spend the evening watching the sun go down over the splendid natural harbor.
Day 5 - Mali Lošinj to Veli Brijun and Rovinj
Leave for Brijuni National Park and its 14 islands. Arriving at the main island Veli Brijun visitors may take a train that traverses this uninhabited island’s natural beauty. Later in the day, visit the city Rovinj situated on a hilly peninsula with the tower of St. Euphemia Church marking the highest point. The steep pedestrian streets are graced with many art galleries and festive restaurants and bars serving traditional Istrian specialties such as truffles and delectable local wines. Spend the night in Rovinj’s beautiful harbor.
Day 6 - Rovinj to Pula
Finish the voyage at the largest city on the Istrian Peninsula, Pula. The abundance of ancient Roman architecture makes Paula unique among Croatia’s largest cities. Pula is a busy working port that has managed to maintain its small-town culture and friendliness. The center of town is graced with a remarkably well-preserved Roman amphitheater which hosts many concerts and festivals. Spend the morning wandering the old town section of the city observing a myriad of ancient landmarks and enjoying lunch at a waterfront restaurant. In the afternoon guest depart from the yacht with a rich assortment of wonderful memories of Northern Croatia.