Our 7-day yachting itinerary


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Dubrovnik, Croatia, blends rich history, cultural heritage, and stunning coastal beauty. Anchoring your yacht in Dubrovnik allows you to explore its UNESCO-listed Old Town, encircled by ancient city walls and filled with historic landmarks, charming cafes, and local markets. The city's waterfront offers a vibrant atmosphere with restaurants serving delicious Croatian cuisine, while nearby islands like Lokrum and Elaphiti attract with there pristine beaches and natural wonders. Dubrovnik's cultural festivals and historical sites, such as the iconic Fort Lovrijenac, provide a glimpse into its storied past. This city on the Adriatic embodies a blend of culture and coastal allure, making it a must-visit destination for yacht charters seeking history, culture, and the beauty of the Croatian coastline.

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Mljet, nestled in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Croatia, is a pristine and tranquil destination that beckons yacht charter enthusiasts. Anchoring your yacht in Mljet allows you to explore its lush, unspoiled landscapes, including Mljet National Park, home to pristine lakes and dense forests. The island's serene beaches and crystal-clear waters provide a peaceful setting for swimming and snorkeling. Mljet is also steeped in history, with the picturesque Benedictine Monastery on St. Mary's Island dating back to the 12th century. The island's sense of seclusion and natural beauty makes it an ideal spot for relaxation, outdoor activities, and reconnecting with the Mediterranean's untamed allure. Whether you're seeking a escape, outdoor adventures, or a glimpse into Croatia's history, Mljet promises a yacht charter experience that's both rejuvenating and endlessly enjoyable.

31 Miles from Dubrovnik


Korcula, a Croatian gem in the Adriatic Sea, stands as a captivating destination for yacht charters. Anchoring your yacht in Korcula allows you to explore its medieval Old Town, surrounded by well-preserved city walls and charming stone buildings. The town is known for its historic landmarks, such as the birthplace of Marco Polo, the iconic Revelin Tower, and the St. Mark's Cathedral. Korcula's pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters offer relaxation and water sports, while the surrounding vineyards provide a delightful backdrop for wine tasting. The island's cultural festivals and traditional dances offer insights into its rich heritage. Korcula embodies the essence of Mediterranean history and coastal allure, making it a must-visit destination for yacht charters seeking culture, relaxation, and the beauty of the Croatian coastline.

25 Miles from Mijet
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Vis, a remote Croatian island in the Adriatic, is a hidden paradise for yacht charters, offering pristine natural beauty, a laid-back atmosphere, and historic intrigue. Anchoring your yacht in Vis allows you to explore its charming and well-preserved old town with narrow streets, traditional stone houses, and inviting cafes. The island is known for its idyllic beaches, secluded coves, and crystal-clear waters, perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and relaxation. Vis is also rich in history, with ancient ruins, such as the Roman thermal baths, and the intriguing Tito's Cave, which served as a military base during World War II. Vis embodies the essence of Mediterranean serenity and a step back in time, making it an ideal destination for yacht charters seeking a adventure, history, and natural beauty.

53 Miles from Korcula


Hvar, a jewel of the Croatian Adriatic, is a captivating destination for yacht charters, seamlessly blending history, culture, and coastal beauty. Explore its historic Old Town, with its picturesque alleys, vibrant squares, and stunning architecture, including the iconic Hvar Cathedral and the historic Hvar Theatre. The city's waterfront offers upscale dining, lively nightlife, and the renowned Hvar beach clubs, where you can enjoy cocktails with a view. Hvar's scenic coastline boasts pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, inviting relaxation and water sports. Nearby islands like Pakleni Islands add to the allure with hidden coves and snorkeling opportunities. Whether you're drawn to its historic treasures, bustling ambiance, or simply the quality of its azure waters, Hvar promises a show-stopping yacht charter experience.

25 Miles from Vis
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Split, one of Croatia's coastal gems, is an exceptional destination for yacht charters. Anchoring in Split allows you to explore its UNESCO-listed Old Town, home to ancient alleyways, and vibrant markets. Tour the sights where Game of Thrones was filmed in the iconic 1,700-year-old Diocletian’s Palace as well as the ancient Klis Fortress and a 600-year-old working water mill, where you can feast on traditional peka barbecue, homemade bread and local wine. The city's waterfront is alive with lively cafes, bustling promenades, and fresh seafood restaurants. Nearby islands like Brač and Hvar offer pristine beaches, water sports, and charming coastal villages. Split embodies the essence of Mediterranean history and vibrant coastal living, making it a must-visit destination for yacht charters.

48 Miles from Hvar
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