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Dubrovnik to Split Route: Gulet Anna Marija
Included in price:
8 days (7 nights) cruising
Half board (7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 2 dinners – including the Captain’s dinner)
4 Crew members
Fuel for 4 hours of navigation per day
Port taxes and tourist taxes
Up to 5 hours of generator work per day (for air conditioning)
Equipment on the boat
Bed sheets and towels
Natural water, tea and coffee
WI – FI internet (1 GB/day)
Not included in price:
Alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages
Entrances for national parks
Private marina fees (if requested from clients)
Personal extras and all additional costs not mentioned above
26 may – 16 jun / 08 sep – 22 sep
€2.300 / week
16 jun – 14 jul / 25 aug – 08 sep
€2.600 / week
14 jul – 25 aug
€2.900 / week
Prices are in € per cabin per week (for 2 guests).
HB supplement: 315 € per person per week – mandatory
Supplement for master cabin: 200 € per cabin per week.
Departure days: Saturday
Supplement for one way route: 100 € per person.
Embarkation: Dubrovnik (Zaton Veliki) Harbor
Disembarkation: Split – Stobreč
Depending on sea and weather conditions, organizer reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.
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Day 1: Saturday / DUBROVNIK – ZATON VELIKI, ŠIPAN
The check in starts at 3 and 4 pm. Afterward, you`ll have enough time to make yourself at home and meet the other guests and crew with the traditional welcoming drink. After a short navigation, we come to the island of Šipan, where we`re going to spend our first night on board enjoying dinner and company. Although it`s only 16 km2 big Šipan is the biggest of the Elaphiti Islands with only two bigger villages: Šipanska Luka on the west and Suđurađ on the east side of the island. It flourished during the Dubrovnik Republic when the most important and strongest activities were shipbuilding, shipping, olive growing, fishing, and wine growing. Today, on this small area, there are 42 old summer residences and 34 churches; proof that this oasis of peace and beauty was recognized as a place of relaxation by Dubrovnik high society. Although many are in bad condition, the family castle of Vice Stjepović-Skočibuha is being renewed. In the castle, there is a Renaissance square fireplace with preserved plaster-decorated hood (which was an exception in Dubrovnik area), an elegant Renaissance stone sink with relief decorated edges and a rare example of the only preserved wooden balcony in the Mediterranean from the 16th century.
Day 2: Sunday / ŠIPAN – MLJET (POLAČE or POMENA)
After enjoying beauties of Šipan, today you`re going to see the natural beauties of the most beautiful Adriatic island – Mljet. You`ll spend the day relaxing, swimming and sunbathing. After lunch, you`ll have a chance to visit the National Park Mljet (tickets are not included in the cruise price and you`ll have to pay additional 90 kn for adults and 40 kn for children and students). We`re spending the night on Mljet (in Polača or Pomena, depending on the weather conditions) where you can enjoy their extraordinary gastro offer. We especially recommend lobsters, which in restaurants on Mljet you can personally choose before the preparation. Mljet is very popular among the boaters for its peace and quiet and the beauty of its sea and land.
Day 3: Monday / MLJET – KORČULA
We`re sailing to the island of Korčula and the birthplace of a famous traveller-writer and adventurer Marco Polo – the town of Korčula. On our way there we`re going to stop for a bath and we`re spending the night in this famous tourist destination of south Adriatic. You can spend the evening walking through this beautiful Dalmatian pearl or enjoying all the gastro offers in numerous restaurants. We warmly recommend restaurant “Aborda” which is situated in the marina and charms its guests with the variety of its gastro offer as well as with its view of the old town and the archipelago of the island of Korčula and the peninsula of Pelješac. Korčula was first mentioned as early as the 10th c. in works of Byzantine historians under the name “Stone Town”. It flourished under the Venetian government and later on it spread around the town walls. But in spite of all that, it is still the most famous as the birthplace of Marco Polo who was probably born here in 1254, and reminders of him can be seen all around the town, including the extremely interesting Marco Polo Museum which is something you definitively don`t want to miss when visiting this beautiful Dalmatian town. Today it`s a town where you can vividly feel the Mediterranean spirit of people who live and work in this mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
Day 4: Tuesday / KORČULA – HVAR
After breakfast we start for Pakleni Islands (the Hell Islands, a group of small, limestone islands just hundreds of metres away from the town of Hvar which charm their visitors with their beauty and the clarity of the sea, in Croatian Pakleni means Hell, but in fact the islands got their name after Paklina, a sort of black rosin which was once used as a protective coat for boats, and with time the word changed from Paklinski Islands to Pakleni Islands), unique and the most recognizable natural beauty of the island of Hvar. Lunch will be served on the board, and in the afternoon or in the evening (depending on your request) transfer by dinghy will be organized to the town of Hvar. You will have to take a taxi-boat in the harbour to get back to ship individually, on which you will get additional information from your captain. Hvar is a beautiful Dalmatian town of wild night life and numerous excellent restaurants specialized in local cuisine (Pasarola, Luna,…), as well as in exotic specialties (Sushi bar Pirate). To the young the town guarantees a great time in bars and coffee shops where many celebrities enjoyed themselves (Prince Harry, E. Longoria, Beyonce,…) and those who prefer more relaxing activities will be swept away with its rich history that goes back to prehistoric times, more exactly to the Iron Age when the Illyrians built their hill-fort and started the development of this Dalmatian pearl, and with its cultural heritage amongst which the most prominent is the first public theatre in Europe, opened in 1612. We`re spending the night anchored.
Day 5: Wednesday / HVAR – VIS
After breakfast, we sail for Vis – the furthest island of the central Dalmatian archipelago. It is especially well known for its cultural and historical heritage, but also for its natural beauties. Even the Greek writer Agatharchides in his scripts praised wines from Vis as being the best he had ever tasted, in comparison to other sorts he had tried. Their most autochthonous wine is most certainly Vugava which you can try in numerous restaurants and cellars all around the island. We recommend you try their autochthonous Viška pogača which will definitively go well with their wines. Vis is also known as one of “the forbidden islands” during the communistic era. It was the centre of Yugoslav navy and therefore was forbidden to tourists. Even today there are many hidden tunnels all around the island that testify to that fact. Some of them are now tourist attractions and others are used by the Croatian navy. We`re spending the night in Vis.
Day 6: Thursday / VIS – BRAČ
After breakfast, we sail towards one of the central Dalmatian islands – Brač.
On our way, we`re going to stop for a bath and lunch, which will be served on board.
Day 7: Friday / BRAČ – SPLIT or ŠOLTA
After lunch, we continue our cruise towards Split, our final destination. Depending on your return flight we can spend our last night on board on the island of Šolta, or in Split.
Day 8: Saturday / SPLIT
Our last breakfast together will be served on the board, after which we have to say goodbye to this fabulous ship, the crew and, hopefully, new friends you`ll get in these 7 days. Check out is until 9 AM.
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