Cruises from Zadar to Dubrovnik

Sail the length of the Croatian coastline from Zadar to Dubrovnik. Experience some of the great World Heritage Listed cities of Croatia, the charming small villages that dot the islands and the stunning scenery. Relax, surrounded by the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea, the pristine beaches and the National Parks. This truly is a voyage of discovery.




From Euro 935 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 Zadar

Welcoming at Zadar Airport with a direct transfer to the port and boarding. Guided tour around Zadar’s old town and St. Anastasia Cathedral (depending on the flight schedule). During a welcoming dinner on board you’ll have the opportunity to get to know the captain and his crew. The ship can be boarded throughout the day, clients arriving in the morning will only be able to access their cabins from 1 pm onwards but can leave their luggage on board. The anchor will be dropped for the night in Zadar.

DAY 2 – Biograd Na Moru to Krka and Sibenik

After breakfast we’ll be on our way to Biograd na Moru. What was once a royal Croatian town is now a tourist and nautical centre in the heart of the Adriatic Riviera. Stroll through town then after lunch we’ll head to Krka National Park, famous for its waterfalls. Afterwards we set sail for Sibenik, free afternoon and evening there. Overnight stay.

DAY 3 – Sibenik to Primosten and Trogir

After breakfast depart for Trogir. The boat will stop in Primosten on the way where you’ll have the opportunity to take a walk around the small village. Lunch on board. Once we arrive in Trogir a guided tour awaits. Trogir is a small town not far from Split, known for its old town centre, moreover, a UNESCO protected town. Trogir is considered to be one of the most interesting places of the Adriatic coast. Free evening and overnight stay in Trogir.

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DAY 4 – Trogir to Split

Breakfast and departure for Split, the Dalmatian capital. Swim stop along the way and lunch. Split is Croatia’s second biggest city and over 1,700 years old, the ancient part of town is classified by UNESCO. The city’s historical sites such as The St. Dominus Cathedral are situated in the Diocletian’s Palace. Apart from its wealth of history, Split is considered a cultural centre because of its numerous museums, churches and archaeological sites. Afternoon tour through the town and the Diocletian Palace. Free evening and overnight stay in Split.

DAY 5 – Split to Hvar and Vis

Breakfast and departure to the island of Hvar. Lunch on board. Hvar is one of Croatia’s most famous islands and a meeting point for international jet set society. Our local guides will take you through the city to get to know its culture, history and lifestyle. Departing for the island of Vis. Free afternoon and evening in Vis. Overnight stay.


DAY 6 – Vis to Bisevo Blue Cave and Korčula

After breakfast we head to the small island of Bisevo to visit the Blue Cave; a natural phenomenon makes it look like the sea is made out of light. After lunch, departure for Korcula and a guided tour through the town where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born. Stroll in Korcula’s winding alleys and visit the baroque St. Marc Cathedral. Free evening and overnight stay in Korcula.



DAY 7 – Korčula to Mjlet National Park

After breakfast, departure for Mljet National Park. Lunch. Once in Mljet you’ll have free time to explore the National Park and its beautiful lakes and St. Mary’s Isle.

DAY 8 – Mljet national park to Dubrovnik

Set sail for Dubrovnik after breakfast. Lunch will be served along the way. Arrival in Dubrovnik in the early afternoon for a guided tour of its main attractions. Dubrovnik is also known as the Adriatic Pearl. Free evening and overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

DAY 9 – Dubrovnik to Kotor

After breakfast we set sail and navigate through the famous Kotor Fjord*. Lunch on board then arrival in Kotor itself for a guided tour through the town to see the Saint-Tryphon Cathedral. Free evening and overnight stay in Kotor.

*If the weather forecast doesn’t allow us to navigate the fjord, a bus will be available from Dubrovnik.

DAY 10 – Kotor to Cavtat

Breakfast and departure for Cavtat, a lovely seaside resort in the Dubrovnik area where we take a stroll around the resort on arrival. You may participate in an optional inland tour (extra charge) in the afternoon. Free evening and overnight stay in Cavtat.

DAY 11 – Cavtat to Dubrovnik

Breakfast and to Dubrovnik Airport for departure.

Included in the price

Onboard accommodation for the whole duration of the cruise, half-board including daily breakfast and lunch, 1⁄4 litre wine, 1⁄2 litre water and coffee at 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