Embark in Opatija Harbour at 13.00hrs.
Day 1: Opatija
Leaving Opatija behind you, your Captain navigates towards Croatia's largest island, Krk, stopping for you to enjoy a refreshing swim en route. At Krk you will make a brief visit to the westernmost part of the island to see the Glagolitic Franciscan Monastery and church before continuing to Krk Town where the ship will remain moored overnight.
Day 2: Krk - Rab
After breakfast on board and a morning swim, cruise to Rab, known to many as the 'Island of Love'. The Captain will drop anchor at the small town of Rab where the ship will remain in the harbour, encircled by medieval walls, Romanesque church towers, palaces, stone streets and ancient facades. This evening you can take a stroll through the town to see the 'gallery' on the streets and squares, where painters and artists display their work.
Day 3: Rab - Zadar
From Rab, cruise to the island of Pag which is famous for its excellent cheese and beautiful, handmade lace. There will be a swimstop near the little island of Maun before continuing to the port of Zadar. This is the oldest university town in Croatia and is its rich historical and cultural heritage is visible at every step. The ship will remain here overnight for you to explore and dine in one of the city's fine restaurants.
Day 4: Zadar - Sibenik
Departing from Zadar this morning, your Captain navigates to Sibenik, situated in the centre of the Adriatic coast. This old Croatian town is abundant in historical and cultural monuments, the most important being the Cathedral of St James, which is under UNESCO protection. Overnight in the port of Sibenik.
Day 5: Sibenik - Split
From Sibenik the cruise continues to Split, the capital of the Dalmatian region and the second largest city in Croatia. Split has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and today you can take a walk through the old city centre and see the 1700 year old Diocletian's Palace. Overnight in Split.
Day 6: Split - Korcula
This morning your cruise continues to Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo. Approached from the sea, Korcula looks like a miniature version of Dubrovnik, surrounded by medieval walls. Why not take a walk through the Old Town tonight and dine in one of the many konobas (or taverns) inside the city walls?
Day 7: Korcula - Dubrovnik
In the early hours the ship departs for your final cruise destination, Dubrovnik. After lunch on board, enjoy a walking tour of the city described by George Bernard Shaw as 'Paradise on Earth'. Walk along Stradun, the main street of the old town, explore the quaint side streets and take a stroll along the city walls for some stunning views over the city. The ship will remain in Gruz Harbour overnight.
Day 8: Dubrovnik
Your Croatian cruise comes to an end this morning as you disembark in Dubrovnik after breakfast.
Disembark in Dubrovnik.
- 7 Nights' accommodation on board the ship
- Meals on a half board basis (continental breakfast and lunch)
- Captain's Dinner
- Guided Sightseeing Tour of Dubrovnik
- Please note that while sales taxes are included in the cost of the cruise, there is a compulsory visitor tax of EUR 20 per person per week, which cannot be paid in advance and which will be collected at the start of your cruise
- Additional National Park entrance fees of between EUR 10 and EUR 15 per person may also be charged, depending on the season and the parks visited
- Transfers (please speak to our agents, who can pre-book these for you)
- Optional tours (these will be available to purchase on board)
- Avoid paying single supplements by same gender cabin sharing - please contact us for more information