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Central Dalmatia

Central Dalmatia, the region located between Split and Šibenik, abounds in rich cultural heritage, beautiful beaches, islands and exceptional gastronomy. Split, a city with a rich history, known for Diocletian's Palace, and Šibenik, which is adorned by the Cathedral of St. Jacob. Among the places to visit is the unmissable Trogir, known for its well-preserved city center. The islands of Vis, Hvar and Brač are also rich in history and beautiful beaches and coves. When we talk about the gastronomy of Central Dalmatia, we must mention the Dalmatian pašticada. It is a traditional dish prepared from beef, with a sauce made from red wine, vegetables and spices. In addition, the method of preparing food under the oven is also known, as well as a rich selection of top-quality wines, where the vineyards on the island of Brač and Hvar stand out in particular. Central Dalmatia is a region that combines history, nature and gastronomic diversity, making it a unique destination for sea travelers eager to have an authentic experience of the Adriatic coast on a yacht.

Day 1


The symbol of Šibenik is the cathedral of St. Jakov, which is located in the very center of the city and is one of the most important monuments of Renaissance architecture on the Adriatic. The cathedral has been under UNESCO protection since 2000, it was built over a hundred years during the 15th and 16th centuries. It is unique in that it is completely made of stone without the use of binding material and 71 head sculptures carved on the outer part. The old town of Šibenik is well preserved with narrow stone and shopping streets and hidden passages. Visitors can explore the city's rich cultural and historical heritage such as the old city gates that bear witness to history. At the very entrance to the Šibenik canal is the fortress of St. Nikole, which offers a unique view of the city. In addition to the rich cultural heritage of the city of Šibenik, during the yacht ride through the channel of St. Ante, you can come across one of the oldest bathing spots in the Mediterranean, Jadrija.

Šibenik, Croatia
Šibenik, Croatia
Day 2

Split & Trogir

Split is a city of cultural and historical sights, natural beauty and a wonderful tradition. The Roman emperor Diocletian chose Split as the place to build his palace, which was placed on the UNESCO heritage list in 1979. Diocletian's Palace is one of the most important ancient remains in Croatia. Walking through Split, you can experience the time under the Romans, see the remains of the Middle Ages, architecture and activities of the modern era. Also, during the yacht ride, Marjan is an unmissable location, where you can enjoy the charms of nature while sailing on the clear sea.

Trogir is known for its well-preserved medieval part of the town. In 1997, UNESCO included the Old Town of Trogir in the world heritage as one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic cities in Central Europe. Explore the cobbled streets and architecture and historical landmarks that represent masterpieces. You can also visit the local market where you can buy local traditional products. Enjoy the atmosphere of this Mediterranean city on a yacht and explore the beautiful surrounding coves and beaches.

Split, Croatia
Split, Croatia
Day 3


The island of Brač is one of the largest Adriatic islands located on the coast of Croatia. It is the island where one of the most beautiful Croatian beaches, Zlatni Rat, is located, but all over the island you will come across beautiful beaches and coves. It is also known for its superior stone, from which numerous world buildings were built. The Romans were the first to discover it two thousand years ago and began to use it for numerous buildings, so Diocletian's Palace in Split, cathedrals in Šibenik and Trogir, and numerous buildings throughout Europe were built from it. Brač is full of larger and smaller charming Mediterranean towns, one of which is Škrip, the oldest town on the island. There you can also find the Oil Museum and see how olives were once pressed. Likewise, on the southern side of the island, between Bol and Milna, there is the old hermit's residence of Blac, today converted into an interesting museum. There is no sand or camels, but it is a place where hermit monks once lived. The island of Brač is full of heritage, and it is proud of its gastronomy and dishes, some of which can only be tried on Brač. This unique island with a rich tradition is the perfect destination during sailing on a yacht in Central Dalmatia.

Brač, Croatia
Brač, Croatia
Day 4


The island of Vis is also called the island of secrets and adventures. It attracts the populace of Stiniva and Srebrna with its nature and beautiful beaches. Explore the mysterious World War II tunnels and the remains of a military facility during your Vis tour. A visit to the archaeological museum is definitely recommended, which, among other things, has one of the largest collections of completely preserved amphorae in Europe. Also, by driving around the island, you can visit the town of Komiža, which is adorned with its beautiful sights. Head to the island of Biševo to discover the deep blue of the Adriatic sea in the Blue Cave, which you can enter.

Vis, Croatia
Vis, Croatia
Day 5


The island of Mljet is one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia with a rich natural and cultural heritage, located in the southern part of the Adriatic Sea. Mljet National Park is the oldest protected area in the entire Mediterranean, it received this status back in 1960. In the heart of the park are Veliko jezero and Malo jezero, on Veliko jezero there is also the islet of Sveta Marija with a Benedictine monastery from the 12th century. Mljet has beautiful beaches with crystal clear sea and one of the popular beaches is Saplunara in the southeast of the island. The natural beauty and tranquility of this oasis make it the perfect place to relax and explore untouched nature on a yacht trip.

Mljet, Croatia
Mljet, Croatia
Day 6


The island of Korčula is rich in history, culture, tradition and natural beauty. Surrounded by walls and towers that once served for defense, the town of Korčula is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. In the old city center, narrow alleys laid out in the shape of a herringbone are hidden in order to allow better air flow and to better protect the inhabitants. According to the beliefs of the locals, the famous travel writer Marko Polo was born on Korčula, where his house is located, which you can visit. One of the most famous sights of Korčula is the Cathedral of St. A brand that dates back to the 15th century. The cathedral preserves artistic treasures and relics, including the powers of Saint Theodore, the patron saint of the island. Rooted in historical and symbolic elements, the inhabitants of Korčula often remember traditional knightly dances in the summer months. By visiting the Duke's Palace, you will be able to enjoy the performance of the Moreska, a knightly dance with swords. Korčula is also known for its forests and vineyards. First of all, autochthonous Pošip and Grg wines are produced, which have often been awarded and appreciated. The island of Badija is another attraction that is recommended to visit. It is home to a beautiful Franciscan monastery, surrounded by untouched nature and spectacular turquoise waters. Badija is an uninhabited island, but fallow deer roam its forests freely. During your trip on the yacht, the unmissable beaches to enjoy the beautiful untouched nature are Pržina beach, Pupnatska luka, Bilin žal, Lumbarda and Prizba beach.

Korčula, Croatia
Korčula, Croatia
Day 7


The island of Hvar is home to the greatest Croatian artists, it inspires with its Venetian architecture and ancient streets, and the houses are often decorated with flower gardens. Square of St. Stjepana is located in the center of the city and is considered one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic. It is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and bars and is dominated by St. Stjepan and Španjol Fortress, which offers a panoramic view of Hvar and its surroundings. Today, Hvar can boast of hundreds of impressive monuments, but also one of the oldest theaters in Europe that is still functioning. Other destinations on the island of Hvar that you can visit during your yacht cruise include Stari Grad and Vrboska. Stari Grad is considered the oldest city in Croatia, founded by the Greeks in 384 BC. In 2008, UNECO registered its historical core on the list of protected world heritage. On the northern coast of the island, surrounded by a pine forest, there is a small romantic village of Vrboska. It has preserved its typical Mediterranean architecture and rich fishing tradition, which you can find in the local gastronomy. You will find the island's rich gastronomic offer in local restaurants, where traditional seafood dishes and top-quality local wines are served. The popular wine of the island is Plavac Mali and the famous variety Bogdanuša. Also, Hvar is known for the production of lavender, which you can find in various products such as oil and soap. In addition to the beautiful and rocky coves and sandy beaches that you can discover during your yacht ride around the island, there are also the Pakleni Islands. The Pakleni Islands are spread over about 20 islets and are a real vacation for the heart and soul. Enjoy the wooded nature and the azure blue, clear sea on the island of Hvar and experience a real Mediterranean journey by yacht.

Hvar, Croatia
Hvar, Croatia

Yacht Charter Croatia services

Among the offers of our Yacht Charter, you can choose how you want to spend your vacation while sailing on the Adriatic Sea. Whether you are an experienced skipper or want a carefree trip free from the worries and responsibilities of a yacht, our fleet offers Bareboat and Skippered yacht charter options.

Package #1

Bareboat Yacht Charter

For independent sailors, eager for adventure, we offer the Bareboat Charter option. With this service, you create the possibility to take control of our elegant vessel. With the high-quality equipment of the yacht, we offer you safe and flexible navigation during your freedom to explore hidden bays, islands and coasts.

Package #2

Skippered Yacht Charter

For those who want to enjoy luxury and comfort without worrying about the maintenance, responsibility and management of the yacht, we offer the Skippered Charter service. Our skippers will provide you with an unforgettable journey, introducing you to the most beautiful destinations, local culture and recommendations.