Cruises from Dubrovnik

A truly elegant cruise, guests will be captivated by Croatia’s most impressive cities: Dubrovnik and Split. This cruise of contrasts will also sail you to Croatia’s most beautiful beach and to marvel at some of the most precious architectural gems. Experience history, glamour and excitement on this stunning cruise.

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From Euro 1,135 per person sharing a double cabin
Departing every Saturday from April to October 2020

As on any cruise, the order of port stays may vary according to navigation orders and conditions, however the itinerary will remain the same.

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DAY 1 – Embark Dubrovnik

Direct transfer from Dubrovnik Airport to Gruz port. The ship stays in port for the night. 

DAY 2 – Dubrovnik to Mljet

After breakfast, depart for the National Park in Mljet where we explore the National Park and its lakes, Saint Mary’s Isle and its 12th century Benedictine monastery. 

DAY 3 – Mljet to Hvar

After breakfast, depart for Hvar. There is a stop for a swim near the island of Korčula. After lunch, there is another swim stop. Hvar is one of Croatia’s most famous islands and a meeting point for international jet set society. Our local guides help guests explore Hvar; its culture, history and lifestyle. Overnight stay in Hvar.

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DAY 4 – Hvar to Split

After breakfast, the ship heads for the beautiful beach of Zlatni Rat. After a stop there, the ship then heads to Split after lunch. Split is over 1,700 years old and the ancient part of town is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city’s historical sites include the Cathedral of St. Domnius. Enjoy an afternoon tour through the town and the Diocletian Palace. Free evening and overnight stay onboard at Split.

DAY 5 – Split to Makarska

Depart in the early morning for Pučišća, the biggest village on the island of Brač and known for its white stone facades and authentic Mediterranean architecture. Pučišća has many stone quarries, some were even said to be used for the White House. The village runs the only school of stone sculpting in Croatia. Lunch on board, departure for Makarska, free evening and overnight stay.


DAY 6 – Makarska to Korčula

Depart early for the island of Korčula with a swim stop along the way. The ship arrives at Korčula in the afternoon allowing time for guests to enjoy a guided tour through the town where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born. Stroll in Korčula’s winding alleys and visit the baroque St. Marc Cathedral. Free evening and overnight stay in Korčula.


DAY 7 – Korčula to Dubrovnik

After breakfast, the ship sails to Mljet Island and through the Elaphites Islands, with a swim stop along the way. After an onboard lunch, arrive in Dubrovnik in the afternoon for a guided tour through the city.

DAY 8 – Dubrovnik

Breakfast on board, then disembark and transfer to Dubrovnik Airport.

Included in the price

Onboard accommodation for the duration of the cruise, half-board including daily breakfast and lunch, 1⁄4 litre wine, 1⁄2 litre water and coffee with lunch (subject to category of ship), English speaking cruise director on board, Free Wi-Fi on board, English speaking tour guides for listed guided tours.



Port taxes, entry fees to national parks, entry fees to sites, travel insurance, gratuities, dinner and drinks, international flights.


Olivia Caels
Phone +32 2 7770101

Marco Rosa
Mobile +44 7973 876967

Marco Rosa