Dalmatia-Package from Split





Base price includes
  • 7 days on comfortable yacht
  • Skipper (english/french/german) on RYA level
  • insider tips for restaurants, bars and trips
  • detailed travel documents
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€ 590,-
per person

Sailing in croatia
Sailing route in dalmatia (croatia)
The Route

Port of departure Split (or nearby) – Brac – Hvar – Korčula – Vis – Solta – Split (or nearby)


Our yachts

Our yachts do have a comfortable saloon with complete kitchen, spacious dining table, spacious double cabins, bath rooms with shower and toilet, external cockpit with dining table, relaxation area and bathing platform with outside shower.


Your journey details

You can reach Split easily by airplane (airport Split-Trogir) and by car via the nearby motorway from Zagreb (4h).

The Croatian harbor city of Split is the ideal starting point for a cruise in the Adriatic sea between the famous and beautiful Croatian islands of Hvar, Korčula and Vis. The capitals of each of these islands are cultural highlights, and you’ll be able to see the fortress of Hvar, the beautiful landscape of Vis and spectacular Venetian center of Split. Discover the Blue Cave of Bisevo, an ethereal glowing blue grotto and natural treasure – and spend a lazy afternoon sunning and swimming in the beautiful island bays.

For those who love to experience a place through its food, we are delighted to offer the “Culinary Package” which will treat you and your fellow shipmates to the best local and regional cuisine of Croatia.

Join us on a weeklong yacht adventure – a cultural and culinary treat that you’ll never forget.


Split, the second-largest town in croatia - often dubbed as the capital of Dalmatia - has been sitting on the coast of the adriatic sea ever since before the stone age. Counting around 170,000 inhabitants and acting as a main traffic hub for sea, air and road - Split is one of the important cities of croatia. The harbor is the ancient centre of Split and counts towards Split’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Though the town’s true landmark is the Diocletian’s Palace built in the 2nd century AD. Daily open town’s market, shopping and strolling around, enjoying a nice cup of coffee at the harbor, countless number of events to attend or discover the landmarks of ancient civilizations - Split has something to offer for everyone.

Brac / Milna / Bol - the golden Cape

Sailing forth from Split, we encounter island of Brac. On the island lies the small town of Milna, serving as a welcoming stopover for connoisseurs and loafers. Here on this island, we find the most beautiful beach of the whole adriatic - the golden Cape located on Zlatni Rat beach, just a few miles west of Bol. We can anchor at the golden Cape and if you like to you can swim over and have a little beach stroll.


Your next stop is the island of Hvar, whose town center Pijaca Square is home to the stunning Sveti Stjepan Cathedral and a host of traditional restaurants (konobas), bars, and local shops. Guarding the city of Hvar atop of a hill lies the Byzantine Fortress Spanjola, where you can gaze at the crystal clear blue waters below you and even spot the neighbouring islands. Hvar is also home to a number of beautiful bays – after you’ve explored the historical town center, anchor over in one of the bays to take a dip into the splendid waters of the adriatic.


For many the town of Korčula is the jewel of Croatia. Located on a peninsula, sitting right at the feet of a giant mountain ridge - inbetween rugged, harsh mountains and the crystalline turquoise waters. According to the lore, Korčula is the hometown of Marco Polo and you can visit the Museum and the Tower devoted to the medieval merchant. Another landmark of this town would be the Sveti Marko cathedral, built in the 15th century. During summer the town hosts a vast number of events and the highlights are the church parades, which hold a high value especially on Korcula.


The former military island of Vis is today one of the most popular travel destination of the region since its opening to the public in 1989. Once the scene of the epic sea battle of Lissa, fought between Italy and Austria in the 19th century, now an island to discover and relax. Surrounded by sunken shipwrecks and other spectacular underwater sights, framed in gorgeous water and home to a impressive military museum as well as a former submarine bunker - the island of Vis waits for you to discover its beauties and bathe at its beaches.

Bisevo / Blaue Grotte

A trip through the islands of Croatia isn’t complete without a visit to the Blue Grotto in Bisevo, just a few miles away from Vis. The beautiful sea cave, accessible only by boat, features a grotto almost 15 metres high, but an entrance that is narrow and only a few metres wide. You can either swim in or enter with a smaller dinghy to behold one of nature’s most magnificent sights. Once inside, you can admire the rare spectacle of sunlight shining through the waters, painting the whole cave inside in a beautiful blue.

  • Currency is Kuna (1 €uro ~ 7.5 kn)
  • Not included in the base price:
    end cleaning (€120,- per yacht), fuel,  trips, mooring frees, food, beverages, travel insurance and tips
  • Skipper will be feed by the boardkitty
  • You need a legal travelpass for crew list and border - check in
  • Changes possible




from € 590,-*

per person**




* minimum participants: 4 people | if there is cabin booking (1-3 people) other persons will be added. All quoted prices are final according to § 19
**at 6 personsn or more 5% discount on all services, at 8 persons 10% discount on all services
***fuel and final cleaning (€ 120,-) must be payed from the boardkitty

Fuel flat rate

plus € 25,-*

per person**

includes fuel***


plus € 50,-*

per person**


WIFI on board


final cleaning***


plus € 149,-*

per person**

New yacht guaranteed (max 3 years old)


plus € 250,-*

per person**

includes breakfast and lunch

Single cabin

plus € 330,-*

per person**

single cabin use