Type of Tour:Scheduled departure cruise
Operates:Departs on the following Saturdays in 2019:

April: 27

May: 4; 11; 18; 25

June: 8; 15; 22; 29

July: 6; 13; 20; 27

August: 3; 31

September: 7; 14

Cruise no longer available on MS Paradis lower deck on: 29 Jun; 6, 13, 20, 27 Jul

Cruise no longer available on MS Paradis main deck on: 29 Jun; 6, 13, 20, 27 Jul

Cruise no longer available on MS Paradis upper deck on 29 Jun; 6, 13, 20, 27 Jul

Duration:8 days / 7 nights
Visit:Split – Primosten – Zadar – Zlarin – Vis – Hvar – Brac – Split
  • 7 nights’ accommodation onboard a 5* standard motor yacht, cabin with private toilet and shower
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi onboard
  • Complimentary fruit available daily
  • Complimentary 0.5L bottle of water each day
  • Cruising as per itinerary
  • Guided English-speaking tours of Vis, Hvar and Split as well as sightseeing of Krk National Park and Kornati National Park
  • Meals as indicated (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.
  • Extras on-board, such as drinks
  • 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 vessels provide accommodation and transportation from island to island. The boat is classified as a 5* motor yacht (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.
Accommodation:5*: MS Paradis or similar


Paradis specifications:

  • Rating: 5*
  • Built: 2014
  • Length: 48m
  • Width: 8M
  • Speed: 9 NM
  • Capacity: 41 passengers
  • Cabins: 19
  • Lower deck: 6 twin cabins; 2 double cabins
  • Main deck: 4 twin cabins; 2 double cabins; 3 triple cabins
  • Upper deck: 1 double cabin; 1 twin cabin
  • Cabin amenities: Private bathroom; safe; intercom to bar; air-conditioning; LCD television; window (lower deck with portholes)

Additional vessel information:

3 Outdoor showers; outdoor bar on the sundeck; swimming platform; PA system; salon/restaurant; bar; life vests; fire alarms; security cameras; fire extinguishing system; lifeboat for 50 persons and an additional rescue boat.

This vessel is a motor-sailer. It has masts with sails that it uses for cruising but can employ the use of a motor if there is insufficient wind for the propulsion required.

Full Itinerary

Saturday:  SPLIT
You will make your own way to Split harbour where embarkation begins at 13h00. In the evening there will be a special welcome reception and dinner on board the boat.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Split  (D)

In the morning you will travel to Primosten to visit the Krk National Park, home to magnificent waterfalls. Then you will continue by bus to Vodice and there re-board the ship and have lunch a little later. The cruise will continue to Zadar, a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage. Here you will go on a walking tour of the city’s historical center and admire the old walls built in the 16th century by the Venetians to defend against the Turks. You will see the 16th century Port Gate still guarded by a Venetian lion, the square of the five wells, church St. Donat, the roman forum and the largest cathedral in Dalmatia, St. Anastasia. What remains of the day will then be at your leisure to continue exploring Zadar.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Zadar  (BL)

The day begins with another visit to a National Park, this time Kornati NP which is comprised of more than 140 islands and islets making it the densest archipelago to be found in the Mediterranean. The archipelago was named for its largest island, Kornat, and consists largely of bare stony terrain as much of the productive land was lost due to a combination of over forestation and overgrazing. You will however still find enough beautiful Croatian nature to give your camera a workout in this nautical paradise. Then the cruise continues to Zlarin, a typical small Dalmatian village widely known for tradition and their coral work. Tonight there will be a special captain’s dinner onboard.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Zlarin  (BLD)

Tuesday:  ZLARIN – VIS
In the early morning the boat will depart Zlarin cruising toward Vis, a former strategic naval Yugoslav base that used to be closed to the public. This historic isolation means that for many Vis still counts as a place with special charm as “the Mediterranean as it once was” untouched by touristic development. Upon your arrival you will go on a walking tour which will show you the ruins of a Roman thermal bath installation, and views of the beautiful villas located along the waterfront as well as other highlights.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Vis  (BL)

Wednesday:  VIS – HVAR
It will be another early start today as the boat cruises to the small island of Biševo to visit the Blue cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon (entrances fees of approx. Euro 7 to be paid on the spot). However this excursion is highly dependent on good calm weather, so under adverse conditions the visit will be skipped and you will get underway to Hvar a bit sooner. From there the cruise continues to Croatia’s sunniest island, Hvar. Along the way the boat will stop in a secluded bay to allow cruise participants to go for a little swim in the crystal clear waters Croatia is known for. Hvar is a favourite holiday destination for the international jet-set and yachters but retains the same historic charm as one finds all over Croatia. You will go on a walking tour of the old town with its picturesque little streets and catch a glimpse of the first public theatre in Europe all the while breathing the pine-scented friendly breeze. Thereafter your time will be at your leisure giving you plenty of time to investigate the craft shops and cafes tucked into old Venetian buildings.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Hvar  (BL)

Thursday:  HVAR – BRAC
This morning the boat will take a relaxing cruise to Brac, home to Croatia’s most famous beach. The beach known as Zlatni Rat, situated near Bol, has gained notoriety because it juts out from the rest of the island like a golden horn and changes shape and position with the winds and the tides. The island is otherwise known for its native Mediterranean pine trees, relaxing atmosphere and numerous secluded peaceful days. The town of Bol is a typical fishermen’s village converted into a popular tourist destination on the southern side of the island or the boat may moor instead at the no less beautiful town of Milna. On arrival your time will be entirely at your leisure but is strongly recommended that you either make straight for Zlatni Rat so you can experience this unique beach for yourself or to one of the many secluded bays for a relaxing dip.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Brac  (BL)

Friday:  BRAC – SPLIT
Today will be your final chance to take a dip in Croatia’s calm blue waters during a stop in a calm secluded bay on Brac as the vessel makes its way back to Split. You will have lunch onboard and should arrive back in Split Harbour in the afternoon. The center of Split was built in and around the UNESCO-protected Diocletian’s Palace. You will explore this palace built for the roman emperor Diocletian’s retirement around 295-305 AD on a walking tour. During the tour you will see other examples of its Roman heritage such as Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle as well as other beautiful and notable Renaissance and Gothic buildings. Thereafter you will have time at leisure to perhaps get some final shopping done or just relax in a quaint little café.
Overnight: Cruise vessel anchored at Split  (BL)

Saturday:  SPLIT
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 board the cruise boat (5* standard); complimentary Wi-Fi onboard; guided English-speaking walking tours of Vis, Hvar and Split as well as sightseeing of Krk National Park and Kornati National Park; meals as indicated.

Excludes:Arrival and departure transfers, Tourist tax and port tax (currently Euro 35 p.p.) which must 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 MS Paradis lower deck on: 29 Jun; 6, 13, 20, 27 Jul

Cruise no longer available on MS Paradis main deck on: 29 Jun; 6, 13, 20, 27 Jul

Cruise no longer available on MS Paradis upper deck on: 29 Jun; 6, 13, 20, 27 Jul

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.