Split to Dubrovnik Luxury Cruise
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To experience the beauty and diversity of Croatia, you should join us on one of our Croatia cruises from Split to Dubrovnik. Our luxury cruises offer you an unforgettable experience traveling from Split to Dubrovnik. It is a unique opportunity to explore the scenic views of the Adriatic Sea, the charming islands, and the historic cities of Croatia. You will travel in style and comfort on our modern cruise ships, where our friendly and professional crew and the delicious cuisine of our onboard restaurant will pamper you.
Our cruises from Split to Dubrovnik will take you to some of the unique destinations in the country, such as Hvar, Korcula, Mljet, and Krka Nationa Park. We will cruise between islands and UNESCO World Heritage sites and explore national parks, seaside promenades, natural phenomena, turquoise bays, cobblestone streets, and medieval towns. You will have enough time to explore the cultural and architectural treasures of Split and Dubrovnik, two of the most magnificent and well-preserved medieval cities in Europe, and the opportunity to swim in pristine, secluded coves daily.
We will try oysters in Slano, where oyster farming is a two-thousand-year-old tradition, and savor a traditional home-hosted dinner in a countryside village surrounded by olive trees.
This luxury cruise from Split to Dubrovnik satisfies all your senses. It will leave you feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and inspired by the natural beauty of Croatia. No other vacation can take you through so many popular destinations leisurely and adventurously. Our attentive and knowledgeable staff will always answer all questions or direct you to the right place.
- Cabin with ensuite bathroom on our 8-day cruise from Split to Dubrovnik
- Private transfers to and from the ship (local accommodations or airport)
- Welcome reception & cocktail
- Daily buffet breakfast and 3-course lunch (half board)
- Complimentary water
- Complimentary tea throughout the day
- Captain’s Dinner with welcome drink
- Fresh fruit available daily
- Professional English speaking cruise manager
- Cabin linen change midweek
- Luggage handling
- Daily cabin service
- Free Wi-Fi
- Daily swim stops in secluded coves
- Use of SUP, snorkels, rafts and other water toys
- Group transfer to Dubrovnik Old Town
- Guided walking tours of towns: Dubrovnik, Korčula, and Split
- Spectacular cruise along the old town city walls of Dubrovnik
- Half-day excursion of Ston with Oyster farm visit and tasting
- Entrance fees to Krka National Park
- Home hosted village party with drinks
- Beach towels
- Additional drinks not mentioned here
- Gratuities (recommended: roughly $350 for the week *per cabin*)
- International airfare
- Tickets to Blue Cave: €18 per person
- Visitor Port Taxes/Fees €60 per person
- Coffee outside of breakfast time
- Optional wine tasting: €25 per person
Welcome to Split! A transfer awaits to take you from the Split airport or your Split hotel to the harbor for
embarkation at 1 PM. After settling in, join our local guide for a tour through Split’s old town to Roman Emperor
Diocletian’s Palace and learn about Split’s rich history.
Split is the second largest urban centre in Croatia and the seat of the Split-Dalmatia County. Over 1700 years old,
Split abounds with cultural and historical sights, lots of them situated within the Split’s historical nucleus which has
been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list ever since 1979.
Return to the ship for a Welcome Briefing by your Cruise Manager and our Welcome Dinner.
Overnight in Split.
Guided walking tour in Split
Enjoy breakfast as we sail to UNESCO-protected Trogir. This museum-town is literally packed with palaces,
churches, monasteries and towers, the main attraction being the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, probably the finest
example of sacral architecture in Croatia. Along the way there will be time for a swim stop in a secluded cove. Late
morning arrival to Trogir and time on your own. Lunch will be served on board while in port.
After lunch, we will board a bus to take us to the National Park Krka. Krka is one of Croatia’s most famous and
picturesque national parks. The waterfalls and crystal clear waters are most impressive making this stop a client
favorite. Then, we’ll head to a small village to the home of a local
prosciutto maker. Enjoy a delicious home-cooked dinner in his family home and find out for yourself what the Croatian culture is all about.
Overnight in Trogir.
Entrance fees to Krka National Park; Home-hosted meal with drinks
In the morning we set sail towards the island of Vis. With lunch on board and a swim stop along the way, we arrive
in Vis in the early afternoon.
Vis was once an important Yugoslav naval base and was closed to the public for years. Due to this isolation, Vis has a
unique charm that feels like you’re stepping into a faraway time, making it one of our favorite stops. Here, you are in for a real treat with an optional visit a unique winery with a fascinating story and location. Their wines are top quality and some of
the best in Croatia.
In town, feel free to explore Vis at your leisure. We recommend visiting the Archaeological Museum located in the
old Austrian fort Gospina Batarija (Batteria della Madonna). Dinner on your own in one of Vis Town’s charming
Overnight in Vis.
Our sail begins early in the morning toward the Blue Cave*. This natural phenomenon is one of the highlights of the
entire week and you’ll find out for yourself why! (entrances to be paid on the spot – approx. €18)
After the Blue Cave, breakfast will be served on board. We’ll have a swim stop and continue to Croatia’s sunniest
island. Hvar is known as a “yachter’s paradise”. Arrive in the afternoon and explore the town’s historical center
which includes the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower, and the oldest community theatre in Europe
founded in the 17th century. Hike up to the Spanish Fortress which overlooks the harbor for lovely scenic views of
the yacht-filled marina and the Pakleni islands. In the evening, Hvar offers many great restaurants, cafes, and bars
with many open late into the night.
This morning, we continue to Korčula, stopping for a swim in the gorgeous turquoise water and lunch along the
Upon arrival in Korčula, enjoy a guided walking tour and explore the narrow cobblestone streets of this well preserved medieval town that is thought to be the birthplace of the world-famous explorer, Marco Polo.
Afterwards, continue discovering all the little nooks and crannies of Korčula, and enjoy dinner in one of the town’s
charming local restaurants.
Overnight in Korčula.
Guided walking tour in Korčula
In the morning, we set sail early for Slano. Along the way, enjoy a swim stop and lunch onboard.
In Slano, be prepared to sample the local delicacy: oysters! We’ll visit Ston, known for its Medieval walls and oyster
farming tradition that spans over two thousand years. From there, we’ll take a short boat ride to the oyster farm in
the middle of the bay to taste these delicacies straight from the sea. Accompanied by a glass of Croatian wine, of
Return to Slano for our Captain’s Dinner with live entertainment onboard.
Overnight in Slano.
Half-day excursion of Ston with Oyster farm visit and tasting; Captain’s Dinner
Our final day together brings us to Dubrovnik, known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. You’ll know why as you join our walking tour through the UNESCO protected old town and get a chance to see the city’s famous medieval walls.
After the guided walking tour of the Old Town, you have the rest of the day to experience Dubrovnik for yourself. When you’ve soaked up all of Dubrovnik’s warm and welcoming atmosphere that you can handle, our ship will be docked at Gruż Harbour. There are plenty of taxis, buses, and Ubers to bring you back.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Guided walking tour in Dubrovnik
Gather for one final breakfast on the ship, followed by goodbyes to your crew and new friends.
You must vacate your cabin by 9 AM but note that if your departure transfer is later than this, you can leave your
luggage onboard until it’s time for your transfer.