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$1999 / Per Person

By the Cabin – Croatia 7 nights

From Trogir, Croatia – Mediterranean to Trogir, Yachtclub Seget (Marina Baotić), Split region – Croatia
8 days
Croatia -Yachting

What’s Included

  • Accommodation in air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (A/C in service from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm)’
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch, diner)
  • 1 local cocktail every evening per guest (made from rhum, prosecco, etc…depending on destination // not personalized), drinks (table wine) during meals, fruit juices, sodas
  • Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)
  • 2 sets of linen,towels and beach towels per person/week
  • Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
  • Insurance for the yacht and the passengers
  • Water sports on board : snorkelling equipment, fishing gear, 2 paddles & 1 kayak tandem (in case of availability issue the kayak tandem may be replaced by a single kayak)

What’s Not Included

  • Airfares
  • Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)
  • Destination fee (mandatory) : payable in advance
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Alcoholic drinks apart from those mentioned within the ‘Included’ section
  • Charge for late passport info: 150 € per cabin, payable at the base the fine charge if not received within 1 wk (last minute bookings excepted) & done to ensure other passengers are not impacted because 1 client did not give info resulting in cabin cruise start delay.
Day 1 :
  • Saturday: trogir / maslinica (navigation time: 1.40h) After check - in on board at the DYW base in Marina Baotic (18.00 pm), we will sail just under 10 nautical miles to Maslinica , a small fishing village on the island of Solta . This quiet and relaxing place offers stunning views; 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 crystal clear waters and white sand. It is a perfect place to disconnect and enjoy nature. It is also possible to enjoy an aperitif at the Martinis -Marchi Fortress: this 18th century fortress has been restored and converted into a luxurious boutique hotel. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the harbor from the terrace. We will spend the night anchored in the bay with a first dinner on board.
Day 2 :
  • Sunday: maslinica / palmizana (navigation time: 2.30h) 18.3nm After a swim in the sea, we will sail towards Palmizana , an island that is part of the Pakleni Islands archipelago . Here you can enjoy water sports (kayak, paddleboard & snorkeling equipment on board) or simply swim to enjoy its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters . In the afternoon, visit the exotic Botanical Garden, home to hundreds of rare species of plants, olive trees, laurels, rosemary, mimosas and cacti. According to the history of the island, it was created by the Meneghello family, who bought the arid surface of the island and, after three generations, turned it into an Eden that offers visitors the opportunity to feel in harmony with the sea and nature. You can also visit Hvar by water taxi, a city near Palmizana, famous for its mix of historical, Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles, and for the importance that the Venetian aristocracy has given to this place. Stroll through its streets full of colored marble stone and its numerous monuments such as the 16th century St. Stephen's Cathedral, Franciscan Convent, the Ancient Theater and the Spanish Fortress are also worth a visit. We will have dinner on board and spend the night anchored.
Day 3 :
  • Monday: palmizana - scedro (navigation time: 2.30h) 18.3nm - korcula town 21.60nm navigation time 3 hrs After a good coffee at breakfast, we will sail towards the island of Korcula , making a stop at Scedro , a small island with two bays that played an important role in the history of navigation by generously offering protection to early navigators so that the entire island was named after the Old Slavic adjective štedri (“generous”). We will have lunch in this beautiful place before sailing towards Korcula Town, on the island of Korcula , famous because it is believed that Marco Polo was born there: you can visit a small stone house with a tower that offers incredible views, which is said to be the house where he was born. Take a walk through its narrow streets to notice that it continues to preserve its essence as a merchant town; You will enjoy a medieval town that preserves its defense towers and houses with colorful roofs. Its walls were the scene of several medieval battles. We will have dinner on board and if you want you can take advantage of the nightlife of Korcula , since we will spend the night in the marina/ harbour.
Day 4 :
  • Tuesday: badija ( korcula ) - proizd ( korcula ) 25.2 nm navigation time 3.35 hours - vis 20.60 nm navigation time 3 hours Starting the day sailing to Proizd , located on the west coast of the island of Korčula . You can see why it was voted the most beautiful beach in Croatia in 2007 by the Croatian National Tourist Board; The deep turquoise waters contrast with the clean white rocks that will take your breath away. It is the perfect place to take a swim, relax or practice water sports before returning on board for lunch. We will then sail to Vis, a rocky island that is the furthest of the islands on the Dalmatian coast with one of the highest altitudes at 580 meters, giving you stunning views of the entire region. The name Vis comes from the Croatian word Visena which means height. Enjoy a walk through the old town of Vis 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; Therefore, you will find traces of Italian cuisine throughout the island's cuisine. We will spend the night in the Vis marina/ harbour.
Day 5 :
  • Wednesday: vis - komizia 18 nautical miles navigation time 2.30 hrs After breakfast we will sail towards Komizia, going around the island, passing first through the small island of Ravnik southeast of Vis, where we can visit the natural phenomenon: The Green Cave ( Zelena špilja ) a rock formation where the water is emerald green when sunlight enters. Then we will go to Stiniva Bay to spend time on its beautiful beach and enjoy the landscape for lunch time. After a relaxing afternoon, we will begin sailing towards Komizia , located north of the island of Vis, under the tall Mount Hum. Komizia has been proud of its fishing history; Its fishermen not only ruled with their ships over the Adriatic Sea but also traded with neighboring coasts, creating fishing centers there. Visit its narrow streets lined with 17th and 18th century stone houses that lead uphill from the port.
Day 6 :
  • Thursday: komizia – stari grad 27.30nm navigation time 4 hrs We will start the day early to head towards Stari Grad , If we are lucky and weather conditions allow us, will use the opportunity to stop and visit the Blue cave located on island Bisevo that is just a few NM from Komiza, will visit it after after breakfast. Then we will be heading toward Tiha bay, near Stari Grad on island Hvar with almost 4 hours of navigation. The island of Hvar is famous for having an unusually large fertile coastal plain and freshwater springs. It is covered with pine forests, with vineyards, olive groves, fruit orchards and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. That's why it is called "LAVENDER ISLAND". The ancient Greeks founded modern-day Stari Grad , making it one of the oldest cities in Europe, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stari Grad means "old city ". Its notable baroque and Renaissance architecture, and the fact that it is one of the oldest cities in Europe dating back 2,400 years, make it a destination 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 that floats in the atmosphere. After spending the afternoon visiting this incredible place, return aboard for dinner and spend the night at anchor.
Day 7 :
  • Friday: stari grad - trogir (28nm navigation time 4hrs) We will sail back to Trogir passing through the bay of Necujam (island Solta) to have lunch and enjoy some water activities, swimming or kayak/paddles Upon arrival in Trogir the afternoon is free to visit the city, called "the Croatian Venice". Trogir is a small pearl of UNESCO World Heritage that will hardly leave anyone indifferent. The tiny old town of this small town is located on an island of just 1 km² connected by two bridges to the mainland on the north side and by a bridge to Čiovo Island, on the south side. Explore its alleys and small patios and the main monuments.
Day 8 :
  • Trogir After breakfast check out at 9.00 am Itinerary subject to modifications without any notice for technical and/or weather reasons.
Day 1 :
  • Saturday: trogir / maslinica (navigation time: 1.40h) After check - in on board at the DYW base in Marina Baotic (18.00 pm), we will sail just under 10 nautical miles to Maslinica , a small fishing village on the island of Solta . This quiet and relaxing place offers stunning views; 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 crystal clear waters and white sand. It is a perfect place to disconnect and enjoy nature. It is also possible to enjoy an aperitif at the Martinis -Marchi Fortress: this 18th century fortress has been restored and converted into a luxurious boutique hotel. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the harbor from the terrace. We will spend the night anchored in the bay with a first dinner on board.
Day 2 :
  • Sunday: maslinica / palmizana (navigation time: 2.30h) 18.3nm After a swim in the sea, we will sail towards Palmizana , an island that is part of the Pakleni Islands archipelago . Here you can enjoy water sports (kayak, paddleboard & snorkeling equipment on board) or simply swim to enjoy its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters . In the afternoon, visit the exotic Botanical Garden, home to hundreds of rare species of plants, olive trees, laurels, rosemary, mimosas and cacti. According to the history of the island, it was created by the Meneghello family, who bought the arid surface of the island and, after three generations, turned it into an Eden that offers visitors the opportunity to feel in harmony with the sea and nature. You can also visit Hvar by water taxi, a city near Palmizana, famous for its mix of historical, Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles, and for the importance that the Venetian aristocracy has given to this place. Stroll through its streets full of colored marble stone and its numerous monuments such as the 16th century St. Stephen's Cathedral, Franciscan Convent, the Ancient Theater and the Spanish Fortress are also worth a visit. We will have dinner on board and spend the night anchored.
Day 3 :
  • Monday: palmizana - scedro (navigation time: 2.30h) 18.3nm - korcula town 21.60nm navigation time 3 hrs After a good coffee at breakfast, we will sail towards the island of Korcula , making a stop at Scedro , a small island with two bays that played an important role in the history of navigation by generously offering protection to early navigators so that the entire island was named after the Old Slavic adjective štedri (“generous”). We will have lunch in this beautiful place before sailing towards Korcula Town, on the island of Korcula , famous because it is believed that Marco Polo was born there: you can visit a small stone house with a tower that offers incredible views, which is said to be the house where he was born. Take a walk through its narrow streets to notice that it continues to preserve its essence as a merchant town; You will enjoy a medieval town that preserves its defense towers and houses with colorful roofs. Its walls were the scene of several medieval battles. We will have dinner on board and if you want you can take advantage of the nightlife of Korcula , since we will spend the night in the marina/ harbour.
Day 4 :
  • Tuesday: badija ( korcula ) - proizd ( korcula ) 25.2 nm navigation time 3.35 hours - vis 20.60 nm navigation time 3 hours Starting the day sailing to Proizd , located on the west coast of the island of Korčula . You can see why it was voted the most beautiful beach in Croatia in 2007 by the Croatian National Tourist Board; The deep turquoise waters contrast with the clean white rocks that will take your breath away. It is the perfect place to take a swim, relax or practice water sports before returning on board for lunch. We will then sail to Vis, a rocky island that is the furthest of the islands on the Dalmatian coast with one of the highest altitudes at 580 meters, giving you stunning views of the entire region. The name Vis comes from the Croatian word Visena which means height. Enjoy a walk through the old town of Vis 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; Therefore, you will find traces of Italian cuisine throughout the island's cuisine. We will spend the night in the Vis marina/ harbour.
Day 5 :
  • Wednesday: vis - komizia 18 nautical miles navigation time 2.30 hrs After breakfast we will sail towards Komizia, going around the island, passing first through the small island of Ravnik southeast of Vis, where we can visit the natural phenomenon: The Green Cave ( Zelena špilja ) a rock formation where the water is emerald green when sunlight enters. Then we will go to Stiniva Bay to spend time on its beautiful beach and enjoy the landscape for lunch time. After a relaxing afternoon, we will begin sailing towards Komizia , located north of the island of Vis, under the tall Mount Hum. Komizia has been proud of its fishing history; Its fishermen not only ruled with their ships over the Adriatic Sea but also traded with neighboring coasts, creating fishing centers there. Visit its narrow streets lined with 17th and 18th century stone houses that lead uphill from the port.
Day 6 :
  • Thursday: komizia – stari grad 27.30nm navigation time 4 hrs We will start the day early to head towards Stari Grad , If we are lucky and weather conditions allow us, will use the opportunity to stop and visit the Blue cave located on island Bisevo that is just a few NM from Komiza, will visit it after after breakfast. Then we will be heading toward Tiha bay, near Stari Grad on island Hvar with almost 4 hours of navigation. The island of Hvar is famous for having an unusually large fertile coastal plain and freshwater springs. It is covered with pine forests, with vineyards, olive groves, fruit orchards and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. That's why it is called "LAVENDER ISLAND". The ancient Greeks founded modern-day Stari Grad , making it one of the oldest cities in Europe, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stari Grad means "old city ". Its notable baroque and Renaissance architecture, and the fact that it is one of the oldest cities in Europe dating back 2,400 years, make it a destination 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 that floats in the atmosphere. After spending the afternoon visiting this incredible place, return aboard for dinner and spend the night at anchor.
Day 7 :
  • Friday: stari grad - trogir (28nm navigation time 4hrs) We will sail back to Trogir passing through the bay of Necujam (island Solta) to have lunch and enjoy some water activities, swimming or kayak/paddles Upon arrival in Trogir the afternoon is free to visit the city, called "the Croatian Venice". Trogir is a small pearl of UNESCO World Heritage that will hardly leave anyone indifferent. The tiny old town of this small town is located on an island of just 1 km² connected by two bridges to the mainland on the north side and by a bridge to Čiovo Island, on the south side. Explore its alleys and small patios and the main monuments.
Day 8 :
  • Trogir After breakfast check out at 9.00 am Itinerary subject to modifications without any notice for technical and/or weather reasons.
What is included?
Meals and drinks: Meals are always full board and served morning, midday, and evening, although times may vary according to itinerary and arrival time at anchorage. The drinks package can vary depending on the destination. Information is available on our website and detailed in every quote provided. Drinks: Water, tea, and coffee are included at every meal time. Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, including table wine and local aperitifs (punch, rum, and fruit juice) may be included as part of your charter, depending on location. Otherwise, drinks can be paid for in cash on board. Information is available on the website and detailed in every quote provided. Snacks: In the afternoon, tea and cake/biscuits are served Linen: Two sets of linen, towels, and beach towels per cabin per week are provided. Water sports: You will have access to snorkeling equipment, a sea kayak, and paddleboards Cleaning: The public areas are cleaned by the crew while on charter, but not the private cabins Air-conditioning: The cabins have air conditioning between 8am and 10pm each day. They are turned off at night to avoid noise disturbance. The cabins stay cool, hatches can be opened and there are small fans in the cabin
Are there child or age restrictions?
Minimum Age : 6 years.
Can I choose which cabin I want when I book?
You can request your preferred cabin. While we cannot guarantee your preference, we will do our best on a first-come, first-served basis.
What happens if the weather changes?
The captain may decide to change the itinerary if there is bad weather.
How flexible is the itinerary for an all-inclusive by the cabin cruise/charter?
Our yacht itineraries are designed by our destination experts and are set to showcase the best of the destination’s highlights. They are set and not flexible, even if you book all the cabins.
What is the cancellation policy for cabin cruises?
We highly recommend you arrange travel insurance in case you need to cancel for an unexpected reason to cover non-refundable deposits. Our by the cabin cancellation fees are: More than 90 days before original embarkation date: 30% of the charter fee 89 – 60 days before original embarkation date: 50% of the charter fee 59 – 30 days before original embarkation date: 75% of the charter fee Fewer than 29 days before original embarkation date: 100% of the charter fee
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