Croatia - cabin cruise

Discover Croatia on a cabin cruise

Embark on board your catamaran for a cabin cruise in Croatia, in one of the most beautiful sailing parks in the world. Bathed by the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, dotted with hundreds of islands, Croatia has a preserved nature and deep-rooted traditions. The Croatian islands have managed to keep their charm of yesteryear far from the concrete seaside resorts: the mountainous and wooded coastline overlooks the magnificent architecture of its cities and ports.

8-day cabin cruise from Trogir

Here are the details of the itinerary followed by your yacht and its crew:

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Day 1  - Trogir (Seget Donji – Marina Baotić) - Bobovišća (île de Brač)

From the airport, your transfer will be organized to reach Marina Baotic, (about ten minutes). Boarding between 16:00 and 17:00.

After the safety briefing and presentation of the cruise itinerary, you will cast off, heading south to Bobovišća. This first navigation will allow you to familiarize yourself with the Lagoon 450 and to get to know your crew better. 

Evening and night in the bay of Bobovišća with the choice of dinner on board prepared by the hostess or first outing to discover the local gastronomy.

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Day 2 - Bobovišća - Stončica (île de Vis)

After your breakfast, sail to the island of Vis. Anchorage in the north of the island at Stončica. You will disembark to explore the island. You can dine at the restaurant with your feet in the water ! 

Evening and night at anchor.

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Day 3 - Stončica - Bisevo / Blue Caves - Komiza (Vis island)

After breakfast, sail to Komiza. Depending on the weather, a North or South itinerary will be proposed. 
You will discover marvellous anchorages and will be able to swim in crystal clear water and enjoy the nautical equipment of your boat. 

Your skipper will take you to the famous blue cave of Biševo : A show that will leave you speechless. Your cruise will start again to reach Komiza, a historical village où you will dine in one of the many traditional restaurants. 

Evening and night at the port. 

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Day 4 - Komiza - Palmižana (opposite Hvar) 

It's time to head north to the Pakleni Otoci archipelago: There you can discover magnificent ports of call and enjoy the joys of swimming and water sports. 

Your boat will set sail again to anchor at the port of Palmižana opposite the beautiful city of Hvar. 

A taxi boat will take you in a few minutes to the heart of the city of Hvar for a memorable evening ashore !


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Day 5 - Palmižana - Lučice (island of Brač)

After breakfast, you leave the port of Palmižana to the north to reach the south of Brač and the protected bay of Lučice. For dinner, you can go to the village of Milna siute 2 km from your anchorage.

You'll spend the night at anchor.

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Day 6 - Lučice - Maslinica (island of Šolta)

In the morning you will sail to Šolta, west to the village of Maslinica to discover one of the most beautiful bays on the coast. Depending on the weather, you can anchor south of Maslinica, in the bay of Sesula and why not dine at the Sismis restaurant located just above your anchorage.

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Day 7 - Maslinica - Trogir 

After breakfast, you will leave Maslinica to reach Trogir passing by sumptuous anchorages to enjoy a last swim and. you will return to the Marina around 7pm for dinner ashore.

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Day 8 - Trogir

After breakfast, you will disembark in the morning to reach the airport.

NB : Itinerary subject to change without notice, depending on weather conditions and/or technical reasons. The sailing times indicated above are based on an average cruising speed of 6 knots. They may vary according to sea state, wind speed and weather conditions. Our partner reserves the right to allocate another type of catamaran to this cruise, offering the same level of comfort and service.

8-day cabin cruise from Trogir

Here are the details of the itinerary followed by your yacht and its crew :

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Day 1 (Saturday) - Trogir / Maslinica

After checking in at the DYW base in Marina Baotic (18:00), we sail just under 10 nautical miles to Maslinica, a small fishing village on the island of Solta. It's a quiet, relaxing place with breathtaking views. It is known for its charm, picturesque stone houses and protected natural harbour. 

Maslinica beach is one of the most beautiful on the island of Solta, with its crystal-clear waters and white sand. It's an ideal place to unwind and enjoy nature. It is also possible to take in the Martinis-Marchi fortress. Visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the harbour from the terrace. We will spend the night at anchor in the bay with a first dinner on board.

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Day 2 (Sunday) - Maslinica / Palmizana 

After a swim in the sea, we'll set sail for Palmizana, part of the Pakleni archipelago. Here you can take part in water sports or simply enjoy the beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. 

In the afternoon, visit the exotic botanical garden, home to hundreds of rare plant species. According to the island's history, it was created by the Meneghello family, who bought the arid surface of the island and, after three generations, transformed it into a Garden of Eden that offers visitors the chance to feel at one with the sea and nature. 

You can also visit Hvar by water taxi, a town close to Palmizana, famous for its mix of architectural styles, and for the importance that the Venetian aristocracy gave to this place. Stroll through its streets full of colourful marble and its many monuments. We'll have dinner on board and spend the night at the anchorage.  

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Day 3 (Monday) - Palmizana / Scedro 

After a good coffee breakfast, we'll sail to the island of Korčula, stopping off at Scedro, a small island with two bays that played an important role in the history of sailing by generously offering its protection to early navigators, so much so that the whole island was named after the Old Slavic adjective stedri (meaning 'generous').

We'll have lunch in this beautiful spot before sailing on to the town of Korčula, on the island of Korčula, famous because it is believed that Marco Polo was born here: you can visit a small stone house with a tower offering an incredible view, which is believed to be the house where he was born. Take a stroll through the narrow streets of the town and see how it retains its merchant soul. You'll discover a medieval town that retains its defensive towers and houses with colourful roofs. Its walls were the scene of several medieval battles.

We'll have dinner on board and, if you wish, you can enjoy Korčula's nightlife, as we'll be spending the night in the marina/port.

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Day 4 (Tuesday) - Proizd 

Start the day by sailing to Proizd, located on the west coast of the island of Korčula. You'll see why it was voted Croatia's most beautiful beach in 2007 by the Croatian National Tourist Board. The deep turquoise waters contrast with the breathtaking white rocks. It's the perfect place to swim, relax or enjoy water sports before returning on board for lunch.

We will then sail to Vis, a rocky island that is the most remote of the islands on the Dalmatian coast and one of the highest at 580 metres above sea level, giving you breathtaking views of the whole region. The name Vis comes from the Croatian word Visena, meaning "height".

Take a stroll through the old town of Vis, which is full of beautiful galleries and delicious restaurants. You can also visit Roman ruins dating back to the 4th century BC. Vis was once under the control of the Venetian Empire, so you'll find traces of Italian cuisine in the island's dishes. We will spend the night in the Vis marina.

Day 5 (Wednesday) - Vis / Komizia 

After breakfast, we sail to Komizia, circumnavigating the island, first passing the small island of Ravnik to the south-east of Vis, where we can visit a natural phenomenon: the Green Cave (Zelena spilja), a rock formation where the water is emerald green when the sunlight enters.

We'll then head to the bay of Stiniva to spend some time on its beautiful beach and enjoy the scenery for lunch. After an afternoon of relaxation, we'll start sailing towards Komizia, located on the northern side of the island of Vis, beneath the great Mount Hum. Komizia is proud of its fishing history; its fishermen not only ruled the Adriatic Sea with their ships, but also traded with the neighbouring coasts, establishing fishing centres there. Visit its narrow streets lined with stone houses dating from the 16th and 16th centuries that rise up from the port.

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Day 6 (Thursday) - Komizia / Stari Grad 

We start the day early and head for Stari Grad. If we're lucky and the weather permits, we'll take the opportunity to stop and visit the Blue Cave on the island of Bisevo, just a few kilometres from Komiza, which we'll visit after breakfast.

We will then head for the Bay of Tiha, near Stari Grad on the island of Hvar, which we will reach after around 4 hours' sailing. The island of Hvar is famous for its exceptionally fertile coastal plain and freshwater springs. It is covered with pine forests, vineyards, olive groves, orchards and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. That's why it's known as "The Island of Lavender".

The ancient Greeks founded what is now Stari Grad, making it one of the oldest towns in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stari Grad means "old town". Its remarkable Baroque and Renaissance architecture, and the fact that it is one of the oldest towns in Europe, dating back 2,400 years, make it a destination well worth visiting.

After a good lunch, you can visit this interesting heritage with its white stone streets and marble paths, while enjoying the aroma of lavender wafting through the atmosphere. After spending the afternoon visiting this incredible place, return on board for dinner and spend the night at anchor.

Day 7 (Friday) - Stari Grad / Trogir 

We return to Trogir via the bay of Necujam (island of Solta) for lunch and to enjoy water sports, swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding.

On arrival in Trogir, the afternoon is free to visit the town, known as the "Croatian Venice". Trogir is a small UNESCO World Heritage site that will leave no one indifferent. The small old town is situated on an island linked by two bridges to the mainland on the north side and by a bridge to the island of Čiovo on the south side. Discover its narrow streets and small patios as well as the main monument.

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Day 8 (Saturday) - Trogir

After breakfast, departure at 9.00 am. 

NB : This itinerary may be subject to change without notice for meteorological and/or technical reasons.

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Itinerary 8 days from Trogir

  • Trogir - Bobovišća - Stončica - Komiza - Palmižana - Lučice - Maslinica - Trogir

Itinerary 8 days from Trogir

  • Trogir - Maslinica - Palmizana - Scedro - Badija - Proizd - Vis - Komizia - Stari Grad - Trogir 


Pleasant sailing from April to October. During the summer months, the winds blow mainly from the north, on average force 2 to 3, and very rarely strong. Bora can blow very violently from the north during the winter months. The average air and sea temperature is 25° in July-August.

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