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Day 1: Trogir/boarding – Trogir
After the check in, a welcome drink and social gathering is to follow. The first afternoon is spent in leisure, while the evening includes a sightseeing tour of  Trogir, a Dalmatian town which is on a UNESCO list of protected towns. The city of Trogir is a living museum city. Dinner is served at 19:00h on a deck of our ship! After dinner we recommend an easy stroll along the Trogir pier where you will be entertained by live performances and plenty of interesting booths.

Day 2: Trogir – Island Hvar
With breakfast served, we are cruising towards the island Hvar. Before lunch, a stopover in a secluded and beautiful cove ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Lunch is served on board at 13:00h. The city of Hvar is known as the most fashionable place for night clubbing. But Hvar is also a city full of historical heritage, with century and a half long rich tradition in tourism and with the Europe’s oldest community theater.

Day 3: Island Hvar – Island Vis
The island of Vis is a place with the clear waters, the protected underworld, and the miraculous views of sea’s flora and fauna, with important archeological findings of the greek collony Issa. Modra Spilja (the Blue Cave) on the Island of Bisevo (visiting this location depends on weather) is well know for its specific natural blue glow that lights the cave on a sunny day.

Day 4: Island Vis – Vela Luka (Island of Korcula)
Vela Luka is located in a deep and picturesque cove on the north side of the Island of Korcula. It is known for hospitallity of its citizens, traditional Dalmatian songs, mild and comfortable climate, clean sea and air.

Day 5: Vela Luka – Island Mljet
In the morning we are heading to the island described in the stories of Odysseus, Mljet. The unique panoramic landscape of well indented coast, cliffs, reefs, rocks and numerous small islands, and the intricate system of salt lakes represent a unique geological and oceanographic phenomenon in krst of worldwide importance. The island is also named “the second paradise” and can be best experienced using a bicycle or a scooter. In the early evening, with your favorite drink in hand relax on a deck in a comfortable deck-chair and enjoy the view.

Day 6: Island Mljet – Island Korcula
The capital city of the island Korcula is a beautiful example of archeologically preserved, fortified medieval town. In the evening you have a possibility to see a game of Moreška, a traditional sword dance.

Day 7: Island Korcula – Stomorska (Island of Solta)
Stomorska is considered the oldest town of the Solta area. The steep sides of the cove hide stone towns, towers and stone steps while an old city center is nestled in the cove itself. A harbour is always full of life and unique and recognizable Dalmatian murmur and cacophony of human voices and sounds of the waves.

Day 8: Stomorska – Trogir/unboarding

Date & Price


08.06. – 15.06.

06.07. – 13.07.

Price/person in A category ship

850,00 €

899,00 €

*Complete cruise information on request!