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Day 1: Trogir – Pucisca (Island Brac)
From Trogir, we are going to small town Pučišća, the biggest Brac town with genuine Mediterranean features. In Pucisca you can enjoy swimming in the clear blue sea in a beautiful bay, or taste famous Brac cuisine – delicious lamb, excellent home-made wine or olive oil of the highest quality. In the case that you are an active vacation lover, there you can find ideal conditions for cycling, wind-surfing, paragliding, water skiing or scuba-diving.

Day 2: Pucisca – Sucuraj (Island Hvar)
Sucuraj is a small town grateful for tourists. Near the centre of the town there are two beaches,  and around the town there are many beautiful and pictureful bays. The island Hvar is famous for pleasant Mediterranean climate and the biggest number of sun-hours.

Day 3: Sucuraj – Korcula (Island Korcula)
Situated on the end of the island, Korcula is an exquisite example of a well preserved, fortified medieval town. In the evening you will have an opportunity to watch tradicional Moreska dance.

Day 4: Korcula – Vela Luka (island Korcula)
Vela Luka is a place situated in a deep, picturesque bay in the west of the island of Korcula. It’s known for its friendly hosts, Dalmatian song, mild climate and crystal clear sea and air.

Day 5: Vela Luka – Island Hvar
Hvar is according to many the most beautiful posh place for a night out, nevertheless it’s a town full of historical heritage, with the oldest theatre in Europe. Once a town of stormy history, today Hvar is one of the most visited and most important tourist centres of the Adriatic, thanks to its port open to the sea and the Pakleni islands, its unique climate suitable for healing, its beaches, restaurants and clubs.

Day 6: Island Hvar – Stomorska (Island Solta)
Stomorska is considered as the oldest costal town on the island. Stone houses, yards, alleys and stairs up the nearby hills are interwoven by the harmonious architecture. The port is always full of life, of that well-known Dalmatian murmur, and in this cacophony of human voices, roar of tools, boat motors and sounds of the waves.

Day 7: Stomorska – Sumpetar/Captain’s dinner
We are very proud to show you how and where we live – a pleasant dinner with the Captain’s family…

Day 8: Trogir/unboarding

Date & Price


21.09. – 28.09.

Price/person in A category ship

850 €

*Complete cruise information on request!