Sail Croatia - Dubrovnik to Trogir Itinerary

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      USD $1,385
      CAD $1,395
      AUD $1,460
      EUR €1,015
      GBP £875
      NZD $1,730
      ZAR R13,290
      CHF FR1,250
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      USD $1,470*
      CAD $1,478*
      AUD $1,501*
      EUR €1,075*
      GBP £927*
      NZD $1,850*
      ZAR R13,888*
      CHF FR1,318*
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Day 1 Dubrovnik/Zaton

Arrive in the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ - as described by Lord Bryon - and take the opportunity to explore this magical destination, particularly the stone walls that frame the city. Then, board the vessel in Slano and learn the sailing ropes while easing into your vacation.

Day 2 Ston/Mljet

Disembark to wander around the charming, red-roofed town of Ston, with its jumble of narrow streets built to confuse invaders in medieval times. While here, be sure to sample a plate of local oysters, plucked fresh from the Ston Channel. Cast away over the turquoise waters of the Adriatic to Mljet. Venture through the national park with a guide to discover inky blue lakes, deep gorges and Roman ruins.

Day 3 Korcula

Put out to sea once again, this time headed via the Peljeski Channel to Korcula, the rumoured hometown of one of history’s most intrepid travellers, Marco Polo. Experience a touch of nostalgia in the Old Town or make the most of Korcula’s lovely beaches.

Day 4 Blace

Sail to the small, out-of-the-way village of Blace, skirting the pebble beaches, black pine groves and rocky cliffs of Peljesac Peninsula along the way. Surrounded by mountains, a river delta and numerous colourful fruit farms, Blace is known as 'the California of Croatia'.

Day 5 Brac

Travel on to Brac, a dramatic rock-strewn landscape and home to countless olive, fig and almond groves, and a number of wineries. Roll off the boat and snorkel across the jewel-like water spotting brightly coloured sea creatures, lie back on the famous Zlatni Rat Beach or enjoy a meal in the Old Town of Bol.

Day 6 Hvar

Experience the much-lauded beauty of Hvar, an island paradise that boasts well-preserved Renaissance buildings, rolling fields of lavender, a bubbly bar and restaurant culture and some of the finest beaches in Croatia.

Day 7 Split/Rogoznica

Sail away to Split with its picturesque harbour, renowned Diocletian Palace ruins and old-world charm. Then continue through the Kastela Gulf to the Peninsular Rogoznica.

Day 8 Trogir

Finish the trip in the breathtaking medieval city of Trogir.