Type of Tour:Scheduled departure cruise
Operates:Departs Sundays 5 May – 6 October 2019 (final departure 6 Oct)

Cruise no longer available on the lower deck on 28 Apr

Cruise no longer available on the main deck on 28 April

Duration:8 days / 7 nights
Visit:Dubrovnik – Korcula – Makarska – Brac – Omis – Split – Hvar – Mljet – Dubrovnik
  • 7 Nights’ accommodation on board a 5* motor yacht, cabin with private toilet and shower
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi onboard
  • Cruising as per itinerary below
  • Guided English-speaking walking tours of Split, Hvar, Korcula, and Dubrovnik
  • Meals as indicated in itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Captain’s dinner
  • Arrival and departure transfers
  • Airfare and airport taxes
  • Tourist tax and port tax (currently Euro 35 p.p.), must be paid locally.
  • Entrance to Mljet National Park, currently Euro 25 p.p. to be paid locally
  • Extras on-board
  • Travel insurance, visa cost, and tips
  • These cruises allow plenty of time for sunbathing, swimming, and exploring interesting resorts, small bays, and attractive Dalmatian towns on your own. Evenings are spent at port allowing time for dinner in a local restaurant (own costs).
  • Service providers reserve the right to substitute the vessel with others of a similar standard.
  • This is not a cruise on a cruise ship; the vessel provides accommodation and transportation from island to island. It is classified as a 5* motorboat (when compared to vessels sailing in Croatia) and should not be compared to 5* hotels.
  • Cruise itineraries are subject to change depending on weather conditions.
  • This cruise may not be suitable for elderly clients and persons with restricted mobility.
  • 5* MS Princess Aloha or similar
  • Princess Aloha 4*

Cabin information:

Each cabin is air-conditioned, has LCD TV, mini-bar, safe deposit box, fire alarm, internal communication system between room and bar (also for announcements from captain or tour leader),  lifejackets, cupboard, cabinet, small table with chair and porthole window. Luggage space is under the bed. Bathrooms are equipped with WC, shower, washbasin, hairdryer, slippers, bathrobe, and cosmetic package. Cabins are sound-proof and have an internal communication system directly to the bar, and each cabin has a fire-proof door.

Deck accommodations:

  • Main Deck – 9 twin cabins, 1 double cabin with queen size bed.
  • Lower Deck – 2 twin cabins, 4 Double cabins with queen size bed, 2 Triple cabins with queen size bed and additional bed.

Additional information on the equipment and facilities of the boat:

  • Free wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi)
  • Air-conditioned upper deck dining room, bar area with LCD TV
  • PA system for announcements by the captain or cruise manager
  • 2,300 sq ft lounging sundeck with comfortable deck-beds
  • Kitchen built up to the latest HACCP standards
  • Rear access platform for easy access to/from the sea
  • Outdoor showers and deck toilets
  • Complete navigation equipment (navigation radar, plotter, GPS, radio, etc.)
  • Fire alarm
  • Emergency lights
  • Closed Circuit TV
  • Life boat for 50 passengers
  • Tender boat for 12 passengers
  • Electricity on board: 220v
  • 2 engines (400 HP each) + 2 generators for A/C and lights

Full Itinerary

You will make your own way to Dubrovnik harbour where embarkation for the cruise begins at 13h00. Tonight there will be a welcome reception and dinner on board.
Overnight:  Cruise vessel anchored in Dubrovnik  (D)

In the morning the boat will immediately get underway cruising to Korcula located on an Island sharing the name. Weather permitting the first of many short stops will be made along the way allowing cruise participants the chance for a quick swim in Croatia’s calm blue waters. Lunch will be served and later the boat will arrive at Korcula said to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. The Old Town features rich medieval architecture with palaces, churches and squares which have earned it the nickname “Little Dubrovnik”. You will go on a walking tour through the narrow, cobbled streets rich with history of this fascinating little city.
Overnight:  Cruise vessel anchored in Korcula  (BL)

Tuesday:  KORČULA – BRAC 
The boat leaves Korcula first thing in the morning cruising toward the island of Brac. During the cruise another stop for swimming will be made and lunch will be served. A little later the boat will arrive at Pucisca on Brac. Pucisca is known for its stonemasonry and is home to a well-known stonemasonry school which one could explore on an optional tour (not included).
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored in Pucisca  (BL)

Wednesday:  BRAC – OMIS – SPLIT
The day’s first destination will be Omis, a former seat of power of the infamous pirates who built fortresses in the area and made their homes and fortunes there. You can either explore the town yourself or book an optional tour which sails up the Cetina River Canyon to Radman Mills where participants will get to taste some local specialities. Later the boat starts its journey toward Split. Along the way the boat will again make a swimming stop and later lunch will be served. You will arrive at Split in the late afternoon and immediately go on a walking tour during which you will see highlights like the UNESCO-protected Diocletian’s Palace.
Overnight:  Cruise vessel anchored in Split  (BL)

Thursday:  SPLIT – HVAR
After the cruise leaves Split its first stop will be at Bol, a small town on the island of Brac. Here you can go for a swim at the Golden Horn, a 530m long golden pebble beach said to be the best in Croatia. The beach is unique because it changes shape and positioning depending on the winds. Return to the boat for lunch after which it sets off to the island of Hvar, one of the most popular islands in the Adriatic and a meeting point for the international jet set. The “Croatian Medeira”, as the island is also known, happens to be one of the longest islands to be found along the Croatian coastline. After arriving you will go on a guided tour of Hvar city, discovering highlights like the first public theatre in Europe, pre-dating even Shakespeare’s theatre in the UK, as well as other interesting historical sites.

Note: Due to limited capacity in Hvar Harbour during peak season in July and August the port of call might be changed to Stari Grad or Jelsa. If this is the case bus transfers to and from Hvar will be organised.
Overnight:  Cruise vessel anchored in Hvar  (BL)

Friday:  HVAR – MLJET
Exchange civilisation for nature as the cruise makes its way from the sunniest island in Croatia to the greenest. On the way to Mljet another customary swim stop will be made and later lunch will be served. Mljet National Park features 5 different kinds of forests housing many species of birds, and two well-known inland lakes. Here you will be given time at leisure to walk around this unspoiled nature reserve or you could also book a tour to the monastery on St. Mary’s Island (not included). Tonight there will be a special captain’s dinner on board the vessel.
Overnight:  Cruise vessel anchored in Mljet  (BLD)

Today the cruise returns to civilisation at its starting point in Dubrovnik, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’. You will have one final chance to take a relaxing dip in Croatia’s crystal clear waters at a stop along the way. Later lunch will be served and the boat will arrive back in Dubrovnik in the early afternoon. Then you will go on a guided tour of the Old Town, which has been under UNESCO protection as a world heritage site since 1979, and a panoramic bus ride overlooking it. Dubrovnik is a truly stunning city, where renaissance churches and palaces form a backdrop to outdoor cafes and market squares.
Overnight:  Cruise vessel anchored in Dubrovnik  (BL)

After breakfast you will disembark and make your own way to your next destination.  (B)

Rates on request, please e-mail:

Includes:7 nights accommodation on the cruise vessel (5*); guided English-speaking walking tours of Split, Hvar, Korcula & Dubrovnik; complimentary Wi-Fi onboard; meals as indicated.

Excludes:Arrival and departure transfers; tourist and port tax (currently Euro 35 p.p.) and entrance fees to Mljet national park (currently Euro 25 p.p.) which must both be paid locally

Note:At time of booking a non-refundable deposit of Euro 250 per person will need to be paid with full payment being due 6 weeks prior to departure date.
Cruise no longer available on lower deck on: 28 Apr
Cruise no longer available on main deck on: 28 Apr

All rates will be converted at time of final payment according to ITT’s bank selling rates.  Please double check the final ZAR amount with us on day of payment.  All services are subject to availability at time of booking and subject to the General Terms and Conditions of ITT Inspirations Travel & Tours (PTY) LTD.