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Multi-Adventure Cruise
Southern Dalmatia 2017

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Trogir – Šolta – Hvar – Komiža (Vis) – Račište (Korčula) – Korčula – Stari Grad (Hvar) – Jelsa (Hvar) – Lovrencina (Brač) – Postira (Brač) – Omiš – Cetina Canyon – Omiš – Split – Marjan Hill – Split – Trogir


Minimum 14 / Maximum 39



• 7 nights in a double cabin with ensuite
• Bed linen & towels
• 4 x full board & 3 x half board
• Guided walks & cycling tours (as per itinerary)
• Tour Guide – English & German Speaking
• 21-Speed Hybrid Bike

Not Included

• Journey to Trogir
• Entrance Fees to museums & churches
• Meals & drinks ashore
• Cetina-Rafting
• Tips for crew & tour guides
• Drinks on board (Tally sheet, paid to the captain)

Optional Extras

• E-Bike Upgrade NZ$173 surcharge
• Bike Insurance from NZ$23-44 surcharge
• Rental trailer bike or children’s seat available
• Helmets – these are compulsory. Pre booking required

Optional Excursions

• Rafting on Cetina River
(10 years and over): Adult €35pp approx; Child €20pp approx (bus transfer from/to the boat is included)

Exploring Southern Dalmatia’s attractive landscapes with a tour guide, who will assist you in creating an active or relaxed holiday. There is opportunity to enjoy in numerous legends as well as hear about Croatia’s rich history and cultural treasures – many protected by UNESCO’s World Heritage program. Well suited for families, this multi-adventure week combines popular small ship cruising with a mix of activies along some of Croatia’s most spectacular Adriatic Islands, saving the bother of packing and unpacking as you enjoy visits on different island locations. Your week includes a mixture of cycling, hiking, rafting, or simply taking a leisurely stroll, or relaxing onboard with daily opportunities to swim from your vessel in the amazing Adriatic Sea.

Download Vessel & General Information


Vessel Features: Constructed from steel in 2011. Length 40m, Width 8.5m
Cabins: 16 A/C Cabins with ensuites
Main Deck: 6 Twins, 3 Triples (double + single)
Lower Deck: 1 Double, 1 Triple (double + single), 5 Quads (double + bunk bed)

Per Person NZ$
Cruise Code: 2017-ISH-DAE
Lower DeckMain Deck
Jul 22, 29
Aug 05, 12
Single supplement available on request

Supplements Payable Upon Embarkation
Flat water rate, Taxes & Fees: Adult €40pp approx / Child (up to 16 years) €20pp approx


Vessel Features: Wooden motor sailor, launched in 2009. Length 31m, Width 8m
Cabins: 14 A/C Cabins with ensuites, including a mirror & hairdryer
Main Deck: 5 Doubles, 5 Triples (double + bunk)
Lower Deck: 4 Triples (single + bunk)
** Two of these lower deck cabins offer space for an extra bed for a child**

Per Person NZ$
Cruise Code: 2017-ISH-DAE
Lower DeckMain Deck
Jul 08, 15, 22, 29
Aug 05, 12, 19
Single supplement available on request

Supplements Payable Upon Embarkation
Flat water rate, Taxes & Fees: Adult €40pp approx / Child (up to 16 years) €20pp approx


Day 1, Saturday: Trogir – Šolta

Individual arrival by car to Trogir or by plane to Split airport, which is about 5 km/3 mi. away from the harbour of Trogir. After check in on the motor yacht (from 2:30 pm) the first short cruise starts around 3 pm from Trogir to the Island of Šolta. On the way we have the opportunity to take a refreshing swim from the boat. The first night is spent on the Island of Šolta.

Day 2, Sunday: Šolta – Hvar – Komiža

We go on a morning crossing to Hvar Island with its island capital Hvar town. After arrival we take a city tour across the large Renaissance Square which is surrounded by the cathedral and many late gothic palaces. There we hike to the Spanish fortress that towers above the town. From here we have a fabulous view onto the city and the surrounding islands. At about noon our boat takes us to Komiža on the island of Vis, which was already colonized by the Greeks and is the most remote inhabited island from the Dalmatian mainland. Grab the opportunity to take a refreshing swim from the boat. Ashore at Komiža our tour guide will take you on a nice guided group walk in the afternoon. Overnight stay at Komiža.

Day 3, Monday: Komiža – Račište – Korčula

Early in the morning crossing to Račišće on the island of Korčula. An afternoon cycle tour takes us eventually to the same island capital. We take a little tour through the town to see the highlights: St Mark’s Cathedral where we can admire the famous altarpiece by Jacopo Tintoretto. The alleged birthplace of explorer Marco Polo is worth a visit as well. There is also a magnificent view from the tower of the house onto the sea. After out-of-town dinner the evening is spent in the bustling port town Korčula.

Day 4, Tuesday: Korčula – Stari Grad – Jelsa

We go on a morning crossing to Stari Grad situated on the north side of Hvar Island. The old town of Stari Grad has become a Mecca for artists and art lovers. After a crossing including a swim break and lunch on board we cycle nicely from Stari Grad to Jelsa. Around 5:30 pm we enter the boat and leave for our overnight stay close to Brač. Let the evening fade away anchoring with a lovely Captains dinner.

Day 5, Wednesday: Jelsa – Lovrencina – Postira

After breakfast the boat takes us ashore at Brač Island, where we will have a little olympic competition, before we leave for Lovrecina. From here a hike (approx. 1.5 h) leads us along the shoreline to Postira for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 6, Thursday: Postira – Omiš – Cetina Canyon – Split

After a short crossing to Omiš with its pirate castles we have the opportunity to participate either in a rafting tour on the Cetina River (not included in the tour price) or to take a small cycle tour of 12 km/8 mi. along the Canyon. At about 4 pm we cruise to Split. Here we go for a walk and explore the phantastic old town of Split which is so rich in history. Sights in Split are e.g. the famous palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian which is an integrated part of the town and a World Heritage Site. Overnight stay in Split.

Day 7, Friday: Split – Marjan Hill – Split – Trogir

A morning walk onto the hill Marjan – the recreation area of the inhabitant of Split from where there is a beautiful view to whole Split. After lunch on board our boat takes us for a last crossing back to Trogir. In the afternoon we enjoy Trogir by taking a walk through the UNESCO protected old town. Traditionally the last evening before disembarkation is spent cheerfully with guests, crew and guides.

Day 8, Saturday: Trogir

After breakfast tour ends following disembarkation by 9 am.


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