Cruise The Dalmatian Coast in Croatia with Club Nautique
We’ll begin and end the trip in Trogir, a picturesque town in the heart of the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. Trogir serves as an ideal starting point for exploring a myriad of stunning destinations by boat. From Trogir, we’ll sail around several islands including Brac, Hvar, the Pakleni islands, Vis and Solta before returning to Trogir.
During this enchanting week we’ll visit:
- Milna, Brac
- Stari Grad, Hvar
- Uvala Vinogradinsce, Pakleni
- Komiza, Vis
- Uvala Sesula, Solta
- With a variety of optional stops along the way
The historic old town of Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll through the cobblestone streets and alleys, admire well-preserved medieval and Renaissance buildings, including the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, Kamerlengo Castle, and the Radovan Portal.
Brac is renowned for its stunning Zlatni Rat beach, a golden pebble spit that extends into the Adriatic Sea. It is also an excellent destination for water sports enthusiasts and the island’s olive groves and vineyards produce some of Croatia’s finest olive oil and wine.
Hvar offers an enticing blend of natural beauty, vibrant nightlife, and rich history. The town of Hvar itself boasts a charming medieval core with a stunning harbor, historic architecture, and lively cafes. When the sun sets, Hvar comes to life with a lively nightlife scene, with beach parties, bars, and clubs to enjoy.
The Pakleni Islands, are a captivating archipelago located off the coast of Hvar. With pristine natural beauty, secluded coves, and crystal-clear waters, these islands offer a serene escape. Relax on secluded beaches, explore lush landscapes, or explore the waters snorkeling and kayaking.
Vis is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, quaint fishing villages, and hidden coves. Vis also boasts the famous Blue Cave, a natural wonder with iridescent blue waters that can be explored by boat. Vis is also rich in history, with well-preserved fortifications, ancient ruins, and charming architecture.
Solta boasts picturesque fishing villages, olive groves, and vineyards, providing visitors with the opportunity to savor locally produced olive oil and wine. Solta’s pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling, while its hiking trails lead to scenic viewpoints.
We provide the skipper, so all you have to do is enjoy!
$ 4,095 per double cabin in an Oceanis 51 monohull
$ 5,295 per double cabin in a Lagoon 450 catamaran
At least one person on the boat needs to be qualified to skipper.
$ 6,695 per boat for a Dufour 460 GL monohull
$ 12,395 per boat for a Lagoon 450 catamaran
You must sign up before May 7th, 2024.
30% deposit due at signing.
Balance due on May 7, 2024. Bareboat charters forfeit 30% deposit if cancelled after March 6th, 2024. No refunds for any reason after May 7, 2024. We recommend purchasing trip insurance!
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