Day 1: Saturday / SPLIT – MILNA, BRAČ

The check in starts at 2 PM and lasts until 3 PM and afterwards 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 Milna, where we`re going to spend our first night on board enjoying dinner and company.
Milna is a small village in the western part of the island located in a natural harbour which enchants with its baroque architecture and natural beauties. It originates from the 16th century and it was also known for its shipbuilding where the first typical Dalmatian boat “bracera” was built.

View of Riva and Old Town Split in Dalmatia region, Croatia

Day 2: Sunday / BRAČ – 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. 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.

Pučišča is small town on Island of Brač