Gulet cruise from Dubrovnik to Split

Port of departure: Dubrovnik (Ragusa), Croacia
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Spend your week of vacation of a gulet sailing from Dubrovnik to Split. Experience the rich culture on a walk through the towns and feast your eyes on the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you. This holiday in Croatia is one you will surely remember forever.
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Activity dedicated to
  • Nature
  • Vacation on the water
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.

Possibly one of the most famous and historical cities on the whole Mediterranean, Dubrovnik has a rich cultural past and more recently has endured natural disasters and conflict. It still manages to retain its famous and important historic architecture as well as being a special and interesting place to visit in its own right.

A quite densely populated island, Sipan is a great next stop for the trip. It enjoys a mild Winter climate and is rich with culture and history as well as interesting architecture. This includes Gothic summer houses of the rich and famous and several monasteries and churches. The island offers beautiful natural space and magnificent views.

Mljet is one of the larger Adriatic islands. Parts of it are National Park land due to its natural beauty and lakes, but the island is also rich in history and culture. Discover the numerous bays and beach to explore on your gulet cruise.

One of the greenest islands in the Adriatic sea with a beautiful natural environment, Korcula is also rich in history and culture (It’s the birthplace of Marco Polo!). Korcula town is the main town on the island and has a history of shipbuilding. You will also find numerous beaches and bays, ideal for providing sheltered and relaxing yacht anchorages.

This small resort is located in a very deep bay on the western side of Vis island and enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate all year round. Enjoy some time in this interesting and sheltered anchorage.

Now rated as one of the top 5 Croatian holiday island resorts, it is surprising that this small island has a distinct past. Whilst you will see evidence of several ancient historic sites, during the past century the island was used as a military base due to its strategic position. This beautiful island has many vineyards and superb beaches, plus the surrounding sea is rich with fish...a perfect stopover on your charter adventure.

Hvar island:
Hvar town offers much history and culture and is also a very busy and popular tourist resort. It is characterized by a comfortable and agreeable climate and a pleasant natural environment along with plenty of accommodation choices and local cuisine. It operates as an all year round resort and is quickly becoming a chic and trendy choice, with the increase of Spa and sport and facilities.There are also many options for anchoring, whilst on your voyage.

Also a large historic and cultural centre, Milna has special protection to preserve its features. There is a very large harbour and many religious buildings and churches, as well as incredible works of art. Osibova bay also has some Gothic church ruins. Closely situated to the harbour are some nice coves with sand and pebble beaches, providing ideal swim stops and yacht anchorages including Pasika, Osibova, Lucice, Maslinova and Bobovisa.

This busy city and port has recently undergone much reconstruction. As well a being a major urban and cultural center, it is a tourist destination and popular port of departure for the growing gulet charter charter & crewed yacht market in Croatia. The city has a colourful historic past and is now a cosmopolitan Mediterranean city.
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Included in the price
  • Final cleaning
  • Professional skipper
  • Bed linens
  • Gas
  • Tender
Not included in the price
  • Costs of mooring and anchoring
  • Meals on board
  • Food and drink on land
  • Airport transfer
  • Snacks
Additional information
Meals on board are not included in the price listed. If you wish to purchase half board, or two meals each day, the cost is 350€ per person per week (PPPW). For full board, the cost is 550€ PPPW. You also have the option to purchase a soft drinks package for 100€ PPPW and an all inclusive Croatian drinks package for 200€ PPPW.

If you are a single traveller, you will be required to pay for the full cabin (1,825€).

There are some obligatory costs including port and marina fees which vary by route and are only charged when private marinas are entered. We can also arrange for an airport transfer for additional cost. Other additional costs include fuel for the tender when used for watersports as well as entrance to National Parks or participation in land tours.
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Dubrovnik (Ragusa), Croacia
Coast of Croatia
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