The suggested itinerary has thrilled many first-timers' both to Croatia and to sailing. Our guests often find it ideal for their first journey, but there is a number of routes and options. Your final sailing itinerary entirely depends on your preferences, number of days available and the preferred boat.
Split to Šolta
Arrive to Split airport and meet your chauffeur for a private transfer to the marina where you will meet your skipper and board your boat. In the afternoon, you will set sail to the island of Šolta, most famous for its extraordinary honey and olive oil. Overnight in one of Šolta's several harbors.
From Šolta to Vis
Sail from Šolta toward Vis island, proud of its limpid waters and protected submarine world, rich with sunken ships, WWII airplanes and magic marine images that have been hidden for years. The town of Vis, with its historic palaces, patrician gardens and restaurants serving the freshest seafood, is a favorite to many sailors, and a town you will surely want to return to!
Coves of Vis and the Blue cave
The magic of Vis becomes complete when you enjoy the stunning Blue Cave on the nearby Biševo Island and the rugged southern coast of Vis. Fishermen's town of Komiža, your harbor for the night, is one of the most charming Dalmatian towns and a perfect place for a glass of wine over the sunset spectacle.
From Vis to Hvar
Depart in the direction of Hvar island, but stop to enjoy swimming and snorkeling on Pakleni Islands, an archipelago just by Hvar. After a day of Adriatic Sea joys, sail over to Hvar town in no time! Known for its great nightlife, bars and restaurants, Hvar town also treasures its lively history and traditions.
Spend the day exploring Hvar and its shores. Visit the town of Hvar, take a wine tasting tour of the island or just enjoy the crystal waters in numerous secluded bays. Hvar is one of the sunniest islands of the Mediterranean and one of the most fun places on the entire coast!
Leave Hvar to Brač
Sail to the island Brač and discover Croatia's pebbly gem - Zlatni Rat beach in Bol, known for changing its shape with the wind. But Brač is much more than just Bol and its beaches - its hidden interior still holds abandoned monasteries, ancient carvings of dragons in caves, great culinary traditions...
Explore the largest Dalmatian island on your own or let us show you its secrets before departing to Split in the afternoon. Among the places well-worth a visit, consider the historic and charming Dol, Škrip, Nerežišća, and Pučišća, with its stone masonry tradition.
Disembark in the morning hours and meet your chauffeur for a private transfer to Split airport or to continue your adventure in Croatia!
As the number 1 charter destination in the world, Croatia offers splendid sailing sceneries, different levels of action, lively seaside villages and quiet, private coves. From dreamy archipelagos to jet-set boardwalks, chose the leitmotif for your sailing tour and we’ll adapt the itinerary to your unique version.
Embark your boat in Split and set sail to Šolta, the island closest to the largest city in Dalmatia. Still somewhat of a secret to tourist masses, Šolta is known for its pristine bays and well-preserved traditions of olive oil processing and honey making. You will experience both on your guided Šolta island tour. As you set sail to the island Vis the next day, stop by small Biševo to witness a unique natural phenomenon in the Blue Cave. Only between 10am and 1pm, light comes through a small cave opening and, reflecting against the cave bottom, colors the cave interior in blue and objects in silver. Once you reach Vis Island and anchor in the town of Vis, learn about the island’s intriguing military history which made it inaccessible to the public in the period between the WWII and 1989. This did wonders for the preservation of nature on Vis!
On the fourth day, sail south until you reach the dazzling Pakleni archipelago, just across the sea from the town of Hvar on Hvar Island. Famous for its Venetian heritage, lavender fields, great wine, UNESCO protected Stari Grad Plain and lively night life, Hvar is lovingly nicknamed the St. Tropez of the Adriatic. Following two fun-filled days, sail over to Brač, another unique island. Visit Croatia’s sandy gem – the Great Horn beach on Brač Island, known for changing its shape with the winds. Adventurists can hike to the highest point in the Adriatic, while wine lovers can explore viniculture and the island’s oldest cooperative, today home to the famous Stina winery.
As your journey sails to the finish, vistas of Split will appear in the distance. Enjoy Dalmatia’s lively center before you fly out to your final destination from its International Airport.
Whether you prefer a sailing boat, luxury motor yacht or a classic sailing gulet, we work only with the finest and carefully selected vessels and skippers. Chart a course for Croatia, and let us show you the most secret locations of the Adriatic!
Sailing boats and catamarans
Chartering a sailing boat is one of the most popular ways of enjoying the Croatian coastline. We offer everything from 40ft boats for relaxing family getaways to flotilla sailing on a themed, custom-tailored cruise. Sailing boats accommodate from 2 to 10/12 guests and always come with our experienced skippers!
More power? More places to see? Motor yachts are the choice for you! From smaller 40ft boats to mega yachts, choose your preferred length, style and speed. Motor yachts are ideal for up to 8 guests, but larger yachts are available as well.
Gulets and cruisers
Lately, Turkish-style gulets have become a popular way to enjoy the islands and the coastline. Accommodating between 8 and 18 guests, they are ideal for families and groups of friends. Full crew comes included and food options on board are available.