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Date: Possible from April to end of October
Experience: Crewed Yacht Charter

Embark on an 8-day sailing along the beautiful Dalmatian Islands. Immerse yourself into the bright blues of the Adriatic sea and explore its marvels.


  • Explore the stunning Dalmatian islands and coastline
  • Admire spectacular scenery
  • Enjoy swimming in the crystal clear Adriatic sea
  • Discover stunning old historical towns

Questions? Please contact one of the Civilized Adventures' Adventure Travel Specialists at info@civilizedadv.com

Sample itinerary

Day 1: Split & Brac Island

You will be met at your hotel in Split by your driver and transferred to the harbour. There you will meet with your private crew for your adventure vacation on board of a private boat.

Your first stop will be to Brac Island, the highest and third largest island in the Adriatic Sea. The island is well known for its rich cultural and historic heritage that dates back to pre-historic times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal blue sea and the hospitality of the local people.

Day 2: Solta Island

Today is a free day for you to enjoy the beautiful Solta Island.

The Island of Solta is situated near Split. You will enjoy in crystal clear sea, numerous and not-so-crowded pebble beaches. The name of the island originates from the Greek name Olyntha, meaning unripe fig, and even today the locals have kept their long nurtured agricultural traditions and legends.

Day 3: Island of Hvar and Pakleni Islands

Today you will visit Hvar, the sunniest island in the Adriatic, and its neighboring Pakleni Islands.

Hvar town is a world renowned tourist destination. The city is a unique blend of luxurious Mediterranean natural surroundings, and layer upon layer of rich cultural and historic heritage.  Located in picturesque natural surroundings on the south side of the island, surrounded by mighty medieval walls, magical fields and the scent of lavender, Hvar is a never-ending treasure of heritage, culture and atmospheres.

Pakleni Islands, as the legend says, came into existence as a result of a secret love between the sea god Poseidon and a nymph. Even today it’s easy to see why this lovely necklace of little islands that surrounds the town of Hvar is so special.  Even now you can marvel at the beauty and cohesion of the little islands that surround the town of Hvar.

Day 4: Islands of Vis and Bisevo

Today you will dive into a marvelous adventure at sea, visiting the islands of Vis and Bisevo.

The farthest island of middle Dalmatia is Vis. Famous for its clear sea and protected underwater world, rich in sunken ships and miraculous flora and fauna. A paradise for sailors due to a large number of hard to reach hidden bays, Vis is an oasis of peace.

Blue Cave has been described and painted by Ransonet and is located in Balun Bay on the eastern part of the island of Bisevo. When the sea is calm, and the day is sunny, reflected sun’s rays pass through the undersea entrance to the cave and create a fascinating blueness, whilst an immersed object on the sea’s surface adopts silverfish sheen.

Day 5: Island of Korcula

Experience Korcula and Vela Luka town, discovering the secrets from its rich history.

Korcula is the jewel of the southern Adriatic. They say no island has more legends or monuments than Korcula. It is also among the greenest islands in Croatia,  with islands Lokrum and Mljet. This birthplace of Marco Polo was built on the foundations of a Greek colony and is the historical center of the largest island in the Dubrovnik region. It is famous for streets that are shaped in the form of a fish skeleton, and many well-preserved Gothic and Renaissance buildings.

Vela Luka is the largest town on the island of Korcula, and the second largest town in the Adriatic islands. Located on the west side of the island, its deep sheltered bay is a safe anchorage and port for sailors. Vela Luka is a place of very talented artists and musicians, a place of interesting traditions and rich cultural heritage. Traces of life in this area go back deep into the past, as visible in the numerous archaeological finds from the Vela Spila site, one of the most famous prehistoric sites in Europe.

Day 6: Mljet National Park

You will spend the day relaxing, swimming and sunbathing with a chance to visit the National Park.

The Island of Mljet, with its dense Mediterranean vegetation, clear and clean sea, sandy shoreline and a wealth of underwater sea life, is one of the most beautiful Adriatic Islands. Rare are the spots of such preserved nature in the Mediterranean as Mljet. Its true value is one of the last untouched Mediterranean forests, the biggest coral reef in the Mediterranean and purported to be the island Melita where St Paul was shipwrecked.

Situated on the island of the same name, Mljet National Park is the most important protected area of the Dalmatian south. The park covers the western part of the island, which many regards as the most alluring in the Adriatic, full of lush and varied Mediterranean vegetation.

Day 7: Elaphite Islands

Today you will enjoy the beauty of Elaphite Islands, Peljesac Peninsula and Island of Mljet.

A visit to the Peljesac peninsula, without seeing vineyards and affording the pleasure of tasting high-quality wines it is like visiting Paris and not seeing Mona Lisa. Sun and wine were always connected, and in particular, the vineyards on the southern slopes of the Peljesac peninsula, where the glare of the sun reflected from the sea and the rocky surface is creating additional effects that produce high-quality wine, with special flavor and aroma.

Day 8: Dubrovnik

This morning, the yacht will arrive in Dubrovnik port. After a final decadent breakfast on the deck, your crew will assist you in disembarking the yacht and transfer you back to the airport or your hotel.

Please note that this itinerary serves only as a brief example of what we can arrange and is subject to change, depending on weather conditions, progressing harbor clearances and other deciding factors.

Civilized Adventures curates each charter itinerary on an individual basis. Please contact us to customize your yacht adventure and to know more about our options for extensions in Croatia.

Gulets are traditional wooden boat designed for comfortable cruising from bay to bay, ideal for families or groups of friends. Our gulets offer comfortable accommodation and service, combining tradition, elegance and modern comfort. See below for a glimpse of our gulets :

6 CABINS - 12 GUESTS -  4 CREW - 27 M

This sleek 6 cabin gulet is modern in design, with bright colors and a warm atmosphere. Entering in the salon, you will immediately notice that there is plenty of space, with many windows which let in natural light. From the salon, you can access the two cabins in the front and 4 cabins in the back of the gulet. All cabins are air conditioned and have en suite bathrooms.

Once you’ve decided to leave the interior of the ship, you will be greeted by an outdoor dining area and cushions in the back of the gulet, which provides shade for a relaxing afternoon away from the sun. On the other side of the gulet, the spacious deck with sun mattresses provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy the sun and the wind.

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Other options and vessels available. Please contact us to discover all our charter fleet and help you choose your stylish yacht that suits you and your Croatia travel needs.

Our luxury yachts offer exceptional accommodation and service, combining tradition, elegance and modern comfort. See below for a glimpse of our luxury yachts:

4 CABINS - 8 GUESTS -  2 CREW - 21 M

The AZIMUT 66 FLYBRIDGE is a luxurious and sophisticated express cruiser that delivers good performance and luxury accommodations. The yacht features a spacious cockpit for entertaining and sunbathing and offers five private staterooms below. It includes three guest cabins with double beds, one twin cabin and one crew cabin with two separate beds.

Azimuth 66 provides spacious seating and sunbathing areas, including a large sun pad and lounge area up on the bow. Spacious teak deck features a dining table for six and a separate lounge area. In case of bad weather there is a big lounge area and a dining table in the lower deck, that gives you only a glimpse of the luxury this cruiser boasts. The available entertainment center and tastefully decorated interior, combined with a fully equipped galley give the yacht an at home, comfortable feel the guests can enjoy while cruising the beautiful Adriatic and visiting some of the most beautiful islands.

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Other options and vessels available. Please contact us to discover all our charter fleet and help you choose your stylish yacht that suits you and your Croatia travel needs.

Yachting in Croatia is possible from beginning of April until end of October.

Average Weekly Sailing Charter Rates

TRADITIONAL GULETS private charter starts from CAD$47,400 per week (shoulder season)
LUXURY YACHTS private charter starts from CAD$88,800 per week (shoulder season)

*Average cost to rent a yacht (including the service of a full crew, half board pension & use of leisure equipment onboard).
* APA extra (fuel, dockage, port taxes and other expenses).

Prices vary by season, size of the yacht, facilities & staff onboard, and currency conversion at the time of payment. Please contact us for more information.