Private Luxury Cruising in Croatia

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Best time to be there

April to October is considered the best time to visit with July and August being the busiest months. The summer months see a plethora of cultural activities, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and a series of festivals of music, film and art at the Roman Amphitheatre in Pula.

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Luxury Small Group Journey - Treasures of Croatia

Experience the best of Croatia and Montenegro, including two nights on the idyllic island of Hvar. Stop in Ston to sample its famous oysters, dine at a family-owned winery and tour scenic Dubrovnik. Read more ...


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Connections Croatia Group: Jewel of the Coast

Uncover the treasures of the Balkans through one-on-one encounters with a local fisherman (along with a chance to sample oysters in Ston), a survivor of the Balkans War. Read more ...


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Delights of the Adriatic

Medieval castles, snow-capped peaks & ancient walled cities. Cruise the Dalmatian Coast to the island of Hvar. Visit Montenegro & the medieval coastal city Kotor. Bosniam hinterlands. Read more ...



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Croatia; 6 Nights


Croatia; 3, 5 or 7 Days Family

Few experiences in the world match that of a cruise on the azure waters of Croatia's Adriatic Sea. Discover the dramatic coastline and its offshore islands with our exclusive portfolio of charter vessels giving you the chance to explore some of the area's most charming towns and villages, secluded coves and pristine beaches at your own pace.

With nearly 1200 islands and 6000km of coastline, Croatia is a European treasure to discover from the sea. Itineraries are flexible with 3, 5 or 7 day private cruises starting and ending in Dubrovnik.

Cruises may include the 13-island Elaphiti archipelago, the wines of Sipan or the remote sandy beaches of Sunj. Or the Mljet National Park, a true natural masterpiece, and the beautiful island of Korcula. Longer itineraries may include the iconic island of Hvar, the largely uninhabited Pakleni Islands full of deserted, beautiful sandy coves and the wild but beautiful island of Vis.

Charters are available from June to September. Rates include crew, marina fuel for the itinerary, Dubrovnik transfers, breakfast daily, marina fees and taxes.

Suggested Croatian cruise boats

A&K's hand-picked portfolio of luxury crewed motor yachts for charter on the Adriatic Coast:

Jeanneau Prestige 36

Capacity: Up To 4 Guests
Cabins: Master double + twin
Bathrooms: 1
Length: 11.60m
Cruise speed: 24 knots
Air Conditioning: No

Jeanneau Prestige 42
Capacity: Up To 6 Guests
Cabins : Master double + twin + bunk bedded
Bathrooms: 2
Length: 13.8m
Cruise speed: 28 knots
Air Conditioning: Yes - Saloon & Cabin

Fairline Squadron 55
Capacity: Up to 6 Guests
Cabins: Master + 2 x twins
Bathrooms: 2
Length: 17.05m
Cruise speed: 26 knots
Air Conditioning: Yes

Ferretti 591
Capacity: Up to 6 Guests
Cabins: 1 x Forward VIP, 1 x mid-ship master, 1 x portside twin
Bathrooms: 3 en suite
Length: 18.33m
Cruise speed: 25 knots
Extra Equipment: Tender, jet-ski, watersports facilities
Air Conditioning: Yes

Sample Itineraries

3 day Adriatic Appetiser

A wonderful introduction to Adriatic cruising, your short, private cruise encompasses some of the finest parts of Southern Dalmatia. Sailing out of Dubrovnik, explore the 13-island Elaphiti archipelago, enjoy the sun-kissed wines of Sipan or the remote sandy beaches of Sunj.

Enjoy a night in the Mljet National Park, a true natural masterpiece, before heading to the beautiful island of Korcula for your second night. One of Croatia's most attractive towns and steeped in history, legend has it that the explorer Marco Polo was originally from Korcula.

Return to Dubrovnik along the coast of Dalmatia.

Itinerary:
Day 1: Dubrovnik - Elaphiti Islands - Mljet
Day 2: Mljet - Korcula
Day 3: Korcula - Dubrovnik

5 day Discover Dalmatia
A more in depth exploration of the coastline your cruise sails out of Dubrovnik to explore the 13-island Elaphiti archipelago, enjoy the sun-kissed wines of Sipan or the remote sandy beaches of Sunj. Enjoy a night in the Mljet National Park and the beautiful island of Korcula, one of Croatia's most attractive towns steeped in history and legend. Continue through the Dalmatian Archipelago to the iconic island of Hvar.

Enjoying 300 days of sun each year, the island of Hvar has been a must-see stopover for mariners since Greek times. Today, the Venetian Hvar Town is the hangout of international jet-setters whilst the rest of the island offers many tranquil inlets and villages waiting to be discovered.

The largely uninhabited Pakleni Islands are a paradise for lovers of undeveloped nature, with beautiful sandy coves and crystal clear waters.

Itinerary:
Day 1: Dubrovnik - Elaphiti Islands - Mljet
Day 2: Mljet - Korcula
Day 3: Korcula - Hvar Town
Day 4: Hvar Town - Pakleni Islands - Hvar Town
Day 5: Hvar Town - Dubrovnik

7 day Island Indulgence

Travellers with the luxury of time on their hands will want to consider this week long odyssey. Sailing out of Dubrovnik, you explore the 13-island Elaphiti archipelago, enjoy the sun-kissed wines of Sipan or the remote sandy beaches of Sunj. There's a night in the Mljet National Park and the beautiful island of Korcula, one of Croatia's most attractive towns steeped in history and legend. Continue through the Dalmatian Archipelago to the iconic island of Hvar.

Enjoying 300 days of sun each year, the island of Hvar has been a must-see stopover for mariners since Greek times. Today, the Venetian Hvar Town is the hangout of international jet-setters whilst the rest of the island offers many tranquil inlets and villages waiting to be discovered.

The largely uninhabited Pakleni Islands are a paradise for lovers of undeveloped nature, with beautiful sandy coves and crystal clear waters.

This longer journey also encompasses the island of Vis and explores the wild beauty of its southern coast. Stop to take photos of Stiniva Bay, once a huge cave that collapsed, and enjoy swimming in the emerald and blue waters of Srebrna (Silver) beach. The town of Vis (Issa) was the oldest Greek colony in the Adriatic Sea, founded in the 4th Century BC by Dionysius the Elder from Syracuse. The waters around the island are rich fishing grounds and an evening experiencing its wonderful fish restaurants is highly recommended.

Visit Lastovo Island and experience the slow-paced Mediterranean life of a bygone age. Being so far from the mainland, few others make it to this secret idyll in the Adriatic.

Itinerary:
Day 1: Dubrovnik - Elaphiti Islands - Mljet
Day 2: Mljet - Korcula
Day 3: Korcula - Hvar Town
Day 4: Hvar Town - Pakleni Islands - Hvar Town
Day 5: Hvar Town - Vis
Day 6: Vis - Lastovo
Day 7: Lastovo - Dubrovnik


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