Croatia Luxury Yacht Charter

Luxury Gulet & Yacht Charter Vacation in Croatia.

Soak up the sunshine, colorful coastlines, secluded coves and buzzing Mediterranean flair.

The Croatian Coast with its 1180 islands is one of the most impressive coastlines in Europe.

Croatia is a fascinating middleuropean Adriatic country, located Slovenia on the west, Serbia and Montenegro, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina on the east, while the Adriatic sea divides it from its neighbor Italy. A bridge between the East and West, and a cross roads of many cultures and influences.

Croatia is almost 6000 km of beautiful unspoiled coastline and has more than 1187 islands, but only 67 of them are inhabited.

Its coastline also stretches over one-thousand one-hundred miles which makes it the best choice of sailing destination to a lot of people in Europe

Discover and enjoy the beauties of Croatia, its climate, medieval towns and villages, crystal clear tourquoise sea, beautiful beaches and hundreds of breathtaking attractions.

Explore the numerous treasures that this land offers; its natural miracles, cultural and historical attractions, amazing gastronomy, and above all, warm and friendly people. Enjoy this amazing country

Croatia has 8 National parks overflowing with fauna and flora, forests, cascading waterfalls, rivers and deep blue lakes.

Four of the parks are in the mountainous region Risnjak, Sjeverni Velebit, Paklenica and Plitvice Lakes, and four are in the coastal region Kornati, Mljet, Brijuni and Krka.

Discover various geological phenomena – mountains, valleys, canyons, sinkholes, ravines, springs, gorges and caves, some unexploited.

It is not a wonder that it is named as the ultimate sailing destination all over Europe.

The most popular time for taking a luxury yacht charter holiday in Croatia is during the Mediterranean summer months between May and September, when gentle northerly winds provail, for days of easy-going cruising.

In regard to the spirit of lifestyle in Croatia, it is indeed unbeatable. The people here live their Mediterranean way of life. They are also renowned for their fuss and laid-back attitude that set them different from the rest.

With their cultural heritage and dances, these all add up to the spirit of lifestyle in Croatia.

The five sailing areas in Croatia include Istrien, Kyvarner bay, North Dalmatia, Middle Dalmatia and South Dalmatia.

They all have their different charms and highlights with winds blowing everywhere.. They will most certainly meet your requirement, taste and preference.

Our hand-selected portfolio includes a variety of luxury yachts and gulets based from different ports of Croatia like Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Trogir.

The main ports to start and end your gulet holiday is Split and Dubrovnik.

Luxury Gulets are your perfect choice for your luxury yacht charter vacation in Croatia.

Explore our tailored sailing routes.

Luxury yacht charter vacations provide a unique way of discovering the amazing Croatian coast and islands, exploring the secluded bays, historical heritage, Mediterranean specialties, excellent wines, hospitality of people and much more.

Croatia

Sample itinerary for luxury private yacht charter

Croatia offers a wide variety of itineraries for a charter yacht vacation afloat on a luxury private fully crewed Gulet.
Let our charter experts create your personalized and tailor-made private yacht charter, which is certain to exceed your expectations

Route: Split –  Zadar

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Start / End: Saturday / Saturday

Yacht: Deluxe Gulet

Highlights: Split, Trogir, Primosten, Skradin, Kornati, Telascica, Zadar

On board facilities: Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning  in the cabins, Sun mattresses, Bar open until midnight, Recreational equipment, Snorkeling equipment, Canoe Basic fishing equipment, Water ski

Enjoy a Gulet charter cruise on board of a luxury Gulet cruising in Croatia.

Our hand-selected portfolio of traditional Turkish gulets sailing in Croatia includes the finest VIP Gulets, Deluxe Gulets and good standard Luxury Gulets. Explore Croatia on one of the elegant and luxurious Gulets, superior exterior space with huge lounge corners, sun tenting almost all over the deck spending shadow for your excellent comfort. Gulets are handcrafted wood traditional wooden Sailing yachts build since ever in Turkey.

Comfort, relaxation, and the best service will make your sailing vacation called Blue Voyage in Croatia to an unforgettable experience and sailing cruise. The Gulet offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. The most of the Gulets have 6 or 8 comfortable cabins, with spacious areas in the salon and on the deck, equipped with air condition, private toilette and Wi-Fi in each cabin.

All Gulets are fully crewed with captain, deckhand/s and chef providing a friendly, experienced and professional service. The chef will pamper you with fresh and delicious Mediterranean and Montenegrin Specialties, Breakfast, Lunch and Diner are served on board.

The expert and friendly crew will take you on a weekly program exploring the beautiful coast of Adriatic along Croatia. A holiday program organized to alternate several time for swimming and relaxation, visiting in the evening several coastal towns like Split, Trogir, Zadar or Dubrovnik enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. Our crews will be there to make sure you have an excellent time, the holidays ever and get the most enjoyment out of your time on board of our Gulet.

1. Day Saturday:  Split – Trogir    
The journey begins in the 1700 year old city of Split, filled with rich culture and tradition and ends in central Dalmatia, in the newly popular cities of Zadar, where the famous Sea Organ is featured.
Discover to the warm Mediterranean city of Split, renown for the Palace of Diocletian – a UNESCO World Heritage site. Split boasts a plethora of cultural and historical monuments and archaeological sites. As Croatia’s second largest city, it is a hub for trains, buses and local traffic. The tree-lined promenade is beautiful where you can enjoy the scenery.
Check in at 5 pm and meeting the crew with traditional welcome drink. After a short navigation we spend the first night on board enjoying dinner and company.

2. Day Sunday:  Trogir –  Primosten 
Situated on the Eastern coastline of the Adriatic Sea, Trogir is one of the most historic towns in central Dalmatia offering a pleasant Mediterranean climate. It’s rich culture is an influence from the Greeks, Romans and Venetians. Nicknamed ‘The Stone Beauty’, Trogir comprises of a historic variety of palaces, churches, towers, and a fortress. The central Medieval area from the 15th Century of this small town, houses a castle and tower, as well as a selection of other dwelling and palaces left behind from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Trogir is certainly a must-see picturesque destination on the Dalmatian coast during your Croatia yacht charter holidays. While you are here, enjoy the clear waters from its beautiful beaches, delight yourself with an array of local cuisine from any one of the waterfront traditional restaurants, cafes and bars; combined with a pleasant stroll around.

3. Day Monday:  Primosten – Skradin
Explore the little treasure spots in one of the most popular holiday hot spots in Croatia. Primosten is a picturesque town situated on a hilly peninsula and surrounded by 7 little islands.
The past and the present are expressed with stone houses, narrow lands and churches. This charming little town is recognized for its large vineyards and donkey races and known to offer one of the top 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia; Raduca.

4. Day Tuesday:  Skradin – Kornati
Located at the entrance of Krka National Park (7th National Park in Croatia), Skradin is an attractive small town, which offers visitors the beauty of the Skradin buka waterfalls, Roški waterfall, by the Visovac Lake where you can find a Franciscan monastery on the islet.
There are many delightful culinary dishes to discover from the array of restaurants and cafes located in the harbor front. Skradin is known as one of the oldest settlements in Croatia (2000 B.C.).

5. Day Wednesday:   Kornati – Telascica
According to George Bernard Shaw “On the last day of the Creation God desire to crown his work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath”.
As a part of the Kornati Archipelago, Zakan island is a “wild” harbor where many boaters come to unwind and relax. According to the oldest scripts, the fishing trade began here originally in Croatia.
There isn’t much in population however fishermen and farmers are known to have houses on the island. Decorated beautifully, Zakan is a blanket of cultivated meadows and hillsides with over 300 species of flora and fauna; in addition to the more than 250 plant and 300 animal species in the sea.

6. Day Thursday:   Telascica   
Telascica bay is a designated natural park, boasting with wildlife and sea creatures – and a deep inlet lined with cliffs, islets and bays.
This picturesque places is renown for being the ideal harbor, safe, for many boats. While the northeastern side is bare, the southwestern coastline is covered with lush and thick pine trees as well as olive and fig trees.
It’s a lovely bay for some private swimming with guests and ultimate peace and quiet within impressive scenery.

7. Day Friday:   Zadar
On the last day of your Croatian islands gulet charter holiday, you will be in the middle of the Dalmatian coast, and anchored in the historical harbor of Zadar.
In this region you will see that there are numerous coves and beaches, a great place for outdoor activities such as biking, hiking or simply strolling about.  Zadar has been around since prehistoric times.
It is a place with 3 national parks and rich in cultural and historical monuments. There are a variety of restaurants offering local national dishes which – altogether – make Zadar one of the most desirable places to visit in Croatia.

8. Day Saturday:  Zadar   
After breakfast on board, it is time to say goodbye to your boat, her lovely crew and to the beautiful Croatian Coast.

Croatia

Sample itinerary for luxury private yacht charter

Croatia offers a wide variety of itineraries for a charter yacht vacation afloat on a luxury private fully crewed Gulet.
Let our charter experts create your personalized and tailor-made private yacht charter, which is certain to exceed your expectations

Route: Split –  Trogir

Duration:
8 days / 7 nightsStart / End: Saturday / Saturday

Yacht: Deluxe Gulet

Highlights: Split, Milna, Pakleni Islands, Vis, Lastovo, Korčula, Jelsa, Trogir

On board facilities: Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning  in the cabins, Sun mattresses, Bar open until midnight, Recreational equipment, Snorkeling equipment, Canoe Basic fishing equipment, Water ski

Enjoy a Gulet charter cruise on board of a luxury Gulet cruising in Croatia.
Our hand-selected portfolio of traditional Turkish gulets sailing in Croatia includes the finest VIP Gulets, Deluxe Gulets and good standard Luxury Gulets. Explore Croatia on one of the elegant and luxurious Gulets, superior exterior space with huge lounge corners, sun tenting almost all over the deck spending shadow for your excellent comfort. Gulets are handcrafted wood traditional wooden Sailing yachts build since ever in Turkey.
Comfort, relaxation, and the best service will make your sailing vacation called Blue Voyage in Croatia to an unforgettable experience and sailing cruise. The Gulet offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. The most of the Gulets have 6 or 8 comfortable cabins, with spacious areas in the salon and on the deck, equipped with air condition, private toilette and Wi-Fi in each cabin.
All Gulets are fully crewed with captain, deckhand/s and chef providing a friendly, experienced and professional service. The chef will pamper you with fresh and delicious Mediterranean and Montenegrin Specialties, Breakfast, Lunch and Diner are served on board.
The expert and friendly crew will take you on a weekly program exploring the beautiful coast of Adriatic along Croatia. A holiday program organized to alternate several time for swimming and relaxation, visiting in the evening several coastal towns like Split, Trogir, Zadar or Dubrovnik enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. Our crews will be there to make sure you have an excellent time, the holidays ever and get the most enjoyment out of your time on board of our Gulet.

1. Day Saturday:  Split – Milna   
Split is the largest and most important Dalmatian city, the second-largest urban centre in Croatia. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area, and is traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old. However, recent archaeological research relating to the ancient Greek colony of Aspálathos (6th century BC) establishes the city as being several hundred years older.
UNESCO protected Diocletian Palace in Split was built between the late 3rd and the early 4th century A.D by the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
Architectural historians consider it one of the best preserved late Roman villas, but also cherish the elements of the medieval city as well as the layers of the subsequent historical styles found in the eclectic makeup of the Split city core.
Check in at 5 pm and meeting the crew with traditional welcome drink. After a short navigation we spend the first night on board enjoying dinner and company.

2. Day Sunday:  Milna –  Pakleni Islands
Milna is a village on the western side of island of Brac. Typical small island village with Mediterranean charm and atmosphere.
The village is settled in 16th century, by shepherds. Nowadays very popular nautical resort , known by good authentic Dalmatian restaurants.

3. Day Monday:  Pakleni Islands – Vis 
The necklace of forested islets are coming out from crystal blue sea,
they are is the centre of the Hvar Riviera which comprises a cluster of offshore islets that are among the best the Adriatic has to offer.
Taking its name from ‘Paklina’, a resin once used to coat ships, the Pakleni Islands offer small, secluded beaches, deserted coves and sun-drenched hills.
They are pieces of private paradise right in front of a very popular hot-spot destination of Dalmatian Riviera -Island Hvar.

4. Day Tuesday:  Vis  – Lastovo
Leaving Pakleni Islands after breakfast for Island Vis,
The Mediterranean communities even in the Neolithic times, 3 thousand years BC, inhabited the island Vis, especially territory of today’s’ City of Vis. The name of the island Issa originates from that time and that is the name that the island still holds in the croatised version.
Island Vis was the best kept secret of former Yugoslavian government – it was completely forbidden to foreign citizens to come on Vis, because it was significant Army base, but it emerged from a long period of isolation (1945- 1989) with untouched natural beauty.
One of these beautiful places is the Blue Grotto  – Blue cave. This place was proclaimed as national natural heritage in 1951

5. Day Wednesday:   Lastovo – Korčula
The municipality of Lastovo consists of 46 islands with a total population of 835 people and a land area of approximately 56 km² (22 mi²). The biggest island in the municipality is also named Lastovo, as is the largest town. The majority of the population lives on the 46 km² island of Lastovo which is inside of island because in the past areas by the sea were often attacked by different invaders. Local people are mainly fishermen so this is perfect place to enjoy in fresh sea food.
Main town Lastovo can be explored by enjoyable hiking tour through forested roads. Lastovo is very popular area for scuba divers because of its’ rich underwater life and sunk ships from past times.

6. Day Thursday:   Korčula  – Jelsa
Korčula enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who tread upon its ancient stone.
Korčula’s abundant culture and history helped define its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’, a wonderfully romantic promenade runs through the town by the city walls and is teeming with lively cafes.
Korčula town is also claimed to be the birth place of Marco Polo.
Immerse yourself in Korčula’s narrow walkways and discover adorned palaces and elegant houses; while in the evening, follow the fading light to reveal a glorious Adriatic sunset.

7. Day Friday:    Island of Hvar – Jelsa 
This beautiful island often alluded to as the “Santorini” of Croatia due to its much photographed Venetian architecture, offers a mix of culture, a vibrant restaurant , café life and has been known since ancient times for its important strategic and nautical location, its cultural and natural resources and for its literature. Jelsa, situated in the central part of Hvar, is a welcoming place, pleasing to the eye and ready to receive any guest or traveler. Jelsa borders with the two highest peaks on the Island – St. Nikola on the west and Hum on the east Jelsa has grown from a small fishermen place to a popular nautical destination because of its’ beauty and hospitality. From this small town you can take pleasant walks along the coast through pinewoods, shady groves or winding paths as well as strolls through picturesque villages with well preserved rural streets and squares, scattered across the hills and valleys filled with Mediterranean vegetation and medicinal plants.

8. Day Saturday:  Trogir
After breakfast on board, it is time to say goodbye to your boat, her lovely crew and to the beautiful Croatian Coast.
The UNESCO World Heritage City of Trogir is a charming small town situated on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a bridge.
The town centre is full of historical sites, narrow cobbled streets and stone houses. The quintessential site is the Cathedral, home to many sculptors from the  Croatian Sculptor Andrija Buvina.
Trogir is also known by its’ night life – practically whole night streets and clubs are crowded with both tourists and locals.

Croatia

Sample itinerary for luxury private yacht charter

Croatia offers a wide variety of itineraries for a charter yacht vacation afloat on a luxury private fully crewed Gulet.
Let our charter experts create your personalized and tailor-made private yacht charter, which is certain to exceed your expectations

Route: Rovinj – Trogir

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Start / End: Saturday / Saturday

Yacht: Deluxe Gulet

Highlights: Rovinj, Brijuni, Pula, Mali Losinj,  Zadar, Kornati islands,  Zlarin, Trogir

On board facilities: Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning  in the cabins, Sun mattresses, Bar open until midnight, Recreational equipment, Snorkeling equipment, Canoe Basic fishing equipment, Water ski

Enjoy a Gulet charter cruise on board of a luxury Gulet cruising in Croatia.
Our hand-selected portfolio of traditional Turkish gulets sailing in Croatia includes the finest VIP Gulets, Deluxe Gulets and good standard Luxury Gulets. Explore Croatia on one of the elegant and luxurious Gulets, superior exterior space with huge lounge corners, sun tenting almost all over the deck spending shadow for your excellent comfort. Gulets are handcrafted wood traditional wooden Sailing yachts build since ever in Turkey.
Comfort, relaxation, and the best service will make your sailing vacation called Blue Voyage in Croatia to an unforgettable experience and sailing cruise. The Gulet offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. The most of the Gulets have 6 or 8 comfortable cabins, with spacious areas in the salon and on the deck, equipped with air condition, private toilette and Wi-Fi in each cabin.
All Gulets are fully crewed with captain, deckhand/s and chef providing a friendly, experienced and professional service. The chef will pamper you with fresh and delicious Mediterranean and Montenegrin Specialties, Breakfast, Lunch and Diner are served on board.
The expert and friendly crew will take you on a weekly program exploring the beautiful coast of Adriatic along Croatia. A holiday program organized to alternate several time for swimming and relaxation, visiting in the evening several coastal towns like Split, Trogir, Zadar or Dubrovnik enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. Our crews will be there to make sure you have an excellent time, the holidays ever and get the most enjoyment out of your time on board of our Gulet.

1. Day Saturday:  Rovinj – Brijuni   
On the magnificent coast of Istria (Croatia), right below the Lim Fjord, is the most romantic place in the Mediterranean! The town of Rovinj is the right destination for all of you seeking a sentimental atmosphere of the times that have forever gone by. In the Mediterranean, you can find it here, in the town that has begun its romantic life on an island, its restricted area resulting in crowded houses, narrow streets and small squares, still untouched by modern urbanism. On the seaside, the town is protected by a high rocky shore and house walls built on cliffs, while the mainland side is protected by solid walls. The town is dominated by the baroque St. Euphemia’s Church, its 60-meter tower providing a view of grey and red rooftops and chimneys, streets and squares, the port and pier with ships and boats, and the marina harboring yachts. Romantic and mysterious, yet full of options for an unforgettable time, Rovinj has become and will remain a town you want to revisit.
Check in at 5 pm and meeting the crew with traditional welcome drink. After a short navigation we spend the first night on board enjoying dinner and company.

2. Day Sunday:  Brijuni   –  Pula
This beautiful island is a unique museum rich in architectonic inventory of high artistic and historic importance. To all the cultures, which settled through history on the northern Adriatic coast, will be possible to ascribe at least one monument of architectonic heritage or some other artifact witnessing its presence. The archipelago of Brijuni is an extraordinary blend of natural, historical and cultural heritage. The mild climate and the favourable geographical conditions, deep retracted bays and easily defendable elevated fortifications, have secured a continuum in the human activity on the island from a pre-historic age until the present day. The islands, which carefully preserves the traces of 5000 years of human history, makes the legend of its creation even more real and when arriving to the island a part of Heaven discloses in front of our eyes in the unique harmony of the island’s flora, fauna and heritage. A unique bland of the green islands sank into the turquoise-blue sea whose bays and hills are laced with the white Istrian rocks.

3. Day Monday:  Pula – Mali Losinj 
Pula is one of Istria’s most authentic and complex cities.  Even the Romans liked Pula’s position and made it their administrative headquarters. The town centre is dotted with Roman ruins, the most impressive of which is the spectacular Roman amphitheatre. Artists and architects from Michelangelo to Robert Adam studied and sketched this exceptionally well-preserved monument. Familiarize yourself with its cultural heritage: the amphitheater, the Temple of Augustus, the Triumphal Arch, the City Hall, the Gate of Hercules, the Forum, the Castle, Twin gates and city walls, the church and monastery of St. Francis, the chapel of Maria Formosa and many other sites that have made this city famous. Its rugged coastline and crystal clear sea offer an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sandy and rocky beaches, the most famous being the Umbrella beach. Anchor at there “wild” beaches sheltered by intact vegetation.

4. Day Tuesday:  Mali Losinj  –  Zadar
One of the more popular of the Croatian islands, Losinj is famous for its lush green vegetation. Like Cres, this island was also under Venetian rule until 1797, although it was overshadowed by its neighbor. It rose to more prominence under Austro-Hungarian rule when it became an important base for shipbuilding, and was already becoming popular for tourism.
The main resort is the town of Mali Losinj, whose harbor is said to be the most beautiful in the entire Adriatic. The tourist area is centered around Cikat bay, which is well known for its beach and good windsurfing. The town of Veli Losinj is quieter and there is easy access to it from Mali Losinj.

5. Day Wednesday:   Zadar  –  Kornati islands
The particularity of the city is irresistible for those who respect and admire historical monuments and cultural heritage, artists, tourists and its citizens. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times,Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.
Zadar is a city where huge spaces are left for pedestrians. Your walk along the cobblestone streets of the city will become a walk through history, and also an experience of the contemporary life of the city. When tired, do try to take a break in one of many restaurants, pastry shops or coffee shops. Enjoy listening to the concerts,visit the theatre, museums, and exhibitions.

6. Day Thursday:   Kornati Islands  –  Zlarin
The Kornati archipelago of Croatia, “the Kornatis” are the largest and densest archipelago in the Adriatic. Nowhere else in this large sea is such a great number of islands crammed in so little space.
Also known as the Stomorski islands, is located in the northern part of Dalmatia, south from Zadar and west from Šibenik.
The Kornati National Park is often mentioned as “nautical paradise” in tourist publications.
You will cruise, in “slalom” sailing through the 89 unforgettable islands, islets, reefs and 238 km of coastline belong to the Kornati National Park.

7. Day Friday:    Zlarin  –  Trogir 
Coral pearl of Adriatic – The island of Zlarin lies in the Sibenik archipelago and is separated from the mainland by the Sibenik channel.
The islanders traditionally engage in agriculture, fishing, wine growing and sponge diving. Zlarin has beautiful swimming beaches, a sandy beach, it offers peace and quiet (cars are not allowed on the island), as well as picturesque nature, and its inhabitants are hospitable and friendly, therefore, we recommend it to families with children and all of those looking for tranquility.
Thanks to numerous islands and islets, the Sibenik archipelago is very popular with boaters, while Kornati National Park lies in the immediate vicinity.

8. Day Saturday:  Trogir
After breakfast on board, it is time to say goodbye to your boat, her lovely crew and to the beautiful Croatian Coast.
Trogir is a town-museum in the very meaning of the word. Lovers of cultural and historical monuments, art, original architecture and nice alleys are given the opportunity in Trogir to learn about the manifold and complex heritage – from the Romanesque yard to the modern interiors.
The unique historical core, Radovan’s portal, the art collections which have been arousing excitement among visitors and travelers for centuries offer a tourist beauty, personified in the relief of Kairos as an appropriate souvenir.

Croatia

Sample itinerary for luxury private yacht charter

Croatia offers a wide variety of itineraries for a charter yacht vacation afloat on a luxury private fully crewed Gulet.
Let our charter experts create your personalized and tailor-made private yacht charter, which is certain to exceed your expectations

Route: Dubrovnik  –  Dubrovnik

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Start / End: Saturday / Saturday

Yacht: Deluxe Gulet

Highlights: Dubrovnik, Sipan, Mljet, Vis, Lastovo, Korčula, Trstenik,  Dubrovnik

On board facilities: Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning  in the cabins, Sun mattresses, Bar open until midnight, Recreational equipment, Snorkeling equipment, Canoe Basic fishing equipment, Water ski

Enjoy a Gulet charter cruise on board of a luxury Gulet cruising in Croatia.
Our hand-selected portfolio of traditional Turkish gulets sailing in Croatia includes the finest VIP Gulets, Deluxe Gulets and good standard Luxury Gulets. Explore Croatia on one of the elegant and luxurious Gulets, superior exterior space with huge lounge corners, sun tenting almost all over the deck spending shadow for your excellent comfort. Gulets are handcrafted wood traditional wooden Sailing yachts build since ever in Turkey.
Comfort, relaxation, and the best service will make your sailing vacation called Blue Voyage in Croatia to an unforgettable experience and sailing cruise. The Gulet offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. The most of the Gulets have 6 or 8 comfortable cabins, with spacious areas in the salon and on the deck, equipped with air condition, private toilette and Wi-Fi in each cabin.
All Gulets are fully crewed with captain, deckhand/s and chef providing a friendly, experienced and professional service. The chef will pamper you with fresh and delicious Mediterranean and Montenegrin Specialties, Breakfast, Lunch and Diner are served on board.
The expert and friendly crew will take you on a weekly program exploring the beautiful coast of Adriatic along Croatia. A holiday program organized to alternate several time for swimming and relaxation, visiting in the evening several coastal towns like Split, Trogir, Zadar or Dubrovnik enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. Our crews will be there to make sure you have an excellent time, the holidays ever and get the most enjoyment out of your time on board of our Gulet.

1. Day Saturday:  Dubrovnik – Sipan 
Dubrovnik is considered “The Pearl of the Adriatic”; and you will see why when you visit.
An amazing city surround by long stone walls stretching 1940 meters. Among the many places to visit is the impressive open-air museum, leaving you in awe.  Dubrovnik is certainly a photogenic city with sights that will captivate and amaze you continuously. The museums are a must-see if you visit Dubrovnik. See where the Dubrovnik Replic once resided, where grain was stored, and the fleet of ships that once made up the powerful and proud Dubrovnik Republic – which in turn made this wonderful city so famous. Mediterranean delights await in the taverns and restaurants located in the Old City. Or enjoy a delicious coffee in Stradum .
Check in at 5 pm and meeting the crew with traditional welcome drink. After a short navigation we spend the first night on board enjoying dinner and company.

2. Day Sunday:  Sipan  –  Mljet 
Within the region of Dubrovnik are a group of islands call Elafiti (Deers Islands). Among the islands, the largest is Sipan. Sipanska and Sudjuradj are the two main villages. It is a very picturesque region and once quite popular by the upper class of Dubrovnik. As such 44 mansions and 32 churches exist on the island. Once highly populated it is now far less where most reside in Sipanska Luka.
Sipan is a great place to get away from it all. Life is natural as it once was way back when. The waters are crystal clear and you can enjoy the scent of the pine forests. Along with its beauty there is a rich history attached to Sipan. If you’re seeking a traditional Dalmatian village life atmosphere, this island may be one to visit and enjoy.  Added activities to your stay could include a lovely hike and take in the surrounding scenery from a higher perspective!

3. Day Monday:  Mljet  –  Lastovo Island
Mljet is the most beautiful and most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls of the Mediterranean.  Untouched nature, the island’s mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests are ideal places to research the rich flora and fauna, and to peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings.
It was already mentioned in the fourth century BC in Greek writing, and the numerous Greek amphora and shipwrecks along the coast of Mljet are evidence that Greek sailors stayed on the shores of Mljet during their journeys.
Mljet National Park makes up most of the island, and there are several villages, two salt water lakes – Veliko and Malo jezero, and a Benedictine monastery on the island of sSt. Mary. In Polače there are some of the best natural anchorages in the Adriatic.

4. Day Tuesday:   Lastovo  –  Korčula
Leaving Pakleni Islands after breakfast for Island Vis,
The Mediterranean communities even in the Neolithic times, 3 thousand years BC, inhabited the island Vis, especially territory of today’s’ City of Vis. The name of the island Issa originates from that time and that is the name that the island still holds in the croatised version.
Island Vis was the best kept secret of former Yugoslavian government – it was completely forbidden to foreign citizens to come on Vis, because it was significant Army base, but it emerged from a long period of isolation (1945- 1989) with untouched natural beauty.
One of these beautiful places is the Blue Grotto  – Blue cave. This place was proclaimed as national natural heritage in 1951

5. Day Wednesday:   Lastovo – Korčula
The municipality of Lastovo consists of 46 islands with a total population of 835 people and a land area of approximately 56 km² (22 mi²). The biggest island in the municipality is also named Lastovo, as is the largest town. The majority of the population lives on the 46 km² island of Lastovo which is inside of island because in the past areas by the sea were often attacked by different invaders. Local people are mainly fishermen so this is perfect place to enjoy in fresh sea food.
Main town Lastovo can be explored by enjoyable hiking tour through forested roads. Lastovo is very popular area for scuba divers because of its’ rich underwater life and sunk ships from past times.

6. Day Thursday:   Korčula  – Trstenik
Korčula enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who tread upon its ancient stone.
Korčula’s abundant culture and history helped define its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’, a wonderfully romantic promenade runs through the town by the city walls and is teeming with lively cafes.
Korčula town is also claimed to be the birth place of Marco Polo.
Immerse yourself in Korčula’s narrow walkways and discover adorned palaces and elegant houses; while in the evening, follow the fading light to reveal a glorious Adriatic sunset.

7. Day Friday:    Trstenik
Situated on the southern coast of the Peljesac peninsula is the picturesque village of Trstenik. This beautiful location is tucked away in a deep bay under the Peljesac hills and offers a large pebbly beach.
This anchorage point has a protected pier but generally not preferred during the southern winds of Jugo. An unspoilt location it is known for its clear waters, abundant underwater life, numerous nearby small bays and beaches of which some can only be accessed by boat. There are great diving opportunities in Trstenik run locally and offers wreck diving, cave diving, diving on sunken vessels, caves and walls.
Trstenik is also famous for its wine and home to the Grgic Vina wine

8. Day Saturday:  Dubrovnik
After breakfast on board, it is time to say goodbye to your boat, her lovely crew and to the beautiful Croatian Coast.
The over a thousand year old history of Dubrovnik is visible in every part of this city. The city is a living museum and a live stage, and has an ideal connection between its historical past and the modern day. It is surrounded by medieval walls  and are preserved in their original form. Since 1979 the town has been under UNSECO protection.
They are open to visitors and are the city’s greatest attraction. Dubrovnik is mainly a cultural destination, which asides from monuments of interest, offers a series of cultural events and festivals. Dubrovnik is a destination where you can enjoy a rest, and has extremely good air connections with all the larger European centres. Dubrovnik is a city that charms, a city that you fall in love with and always return to like new, to discover more unique experiences.

Croatia

Sample itinerary for luxury private yacht charter

Croatia offers a wide variety of itineraries for a charter yacht vacation afloat on a luxury private fully crewed Gulet.
Let our charter experts create your personalized and tailor-made private yacht charter, which is certain to exceed your expectations

Route: Dubrovnik –  Split

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Start / End: Saturday / Saturday

Yacht: Deluxe Gulet

Highlights: Dubrovnik, Sipan, Mljet, Korčula, Lastovo, Vis, Havr, Split

On board facilities: Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning  in the cabins, Sun mattresses, Bar open until midnight, Recreational equipment, Snorkeling equipment, Canoe Basic fishing equipment, Water ski

Enjoy a Gulet charter cruise on board of a luxury Gulet cruising in Croatia.
Our hand-selected portfolio of traditional Turkish gulets sailing in Croatia includes the finest VIP Gulets, Deluxe Gulets and good standard Luxury Gulets. Explore Croatia on one of the elegant and luxurious Gulets, superior exterior space with huge lounge corners, sun tenting almost all over the deck spending shadow for your excellent comfort. Gulets are handcrafted wood traditional wooden Sailing yachts build since ever in Turkey.
Comfort, relaxation, and the best service will make your sailing vacation called Blue Voyage in Croatia to an unforgettable experience and sailing cruise. The Gulet offers every comfort of a modern boat mixed with the charm of a wooden boat. The most of the Gulets have 6 or 8 comfortable cabins, with spacious areas in the salon and on the deck, equipped with air condition, private toilette and Wi-Fi in each cabin.
All Gulets are fully crewed with captain, deckhand/s and chef providing a friendly, experienced and professional service. The chef will pamper you with fresh and delicious Mediterranean and Montenegrin Specialties, Breakfast, Lunch and Diner are served on board.
The expert and friendly crew will take you on a weekly program exploring the beautiful coast of Adriatic along Croatia. A holiday program organized to alternate several time for swimming and relaxation, visiting in the evening several coastal towns like Split, Trogir, Zadar or Dubrovnik enjoying a drink from the boat’s bar. Our crews will be there to make sure you have an excellent time, the holidays ever and get the most enjoyment out of your time on board of our Gulet.

1. Day Saturday:  Dubrovnik  –  Sipan
Dubrovnik is considered “The Pearl of the Adriatic”; and you will see why when you visit.
An amazing city surround by long stone walls stretching 1940 meters. Among the many places to visit is the impressive open-air museum, leaving you in awe.  Dubrovnik is certainly a photogenic city with sights that will captivate and amaze you continuously. The museums are a must-see if you visit Dubrovnik. See where the Dubrovnik Republic once resided, where grain was stored, and the fleet of ships that once made up the powerful and proud Dubrovnik Republic – which in turn made this wonderful city so famous. Mediterranean delights await in the taverns and restaurants located in the Old City. Or enjoy a delicious coffee in Stradum .
Check in at 5 pm and meeting the crew with traditional welcome drink. After a short navigation we spend the first night on board enjoying dinner and company.

2. Day Sunday:  Sipan –  Mljet 
Sometimes called the Golden Island, Sipan is the largest and most populated of the Elaphite (Elafit) Islands. The mild winter climate prevails in this little space with of an improbably great cultural tradition, there are an enormous number of monuments, over thirty churches, several monasteries, and over sixty Gothic and Renaissance summer residences of the well-to-do.
On Sipan, quite unlike anywhere else, you can wander for hours along the beaten paths, but you can also find one for yourself alone, used just by the occasional wild creature, perhaps. There are few such untouched places left in the world today.

3. Day Monday:  Mljet  –  Korčula
Mljet is the most beautiful and most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls of the Mediterranean.  Untouched nature, the island’s mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests are ideal places to research the rich flora and fauna, and to peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings.
It was already mentioned in the fourth century BC in Greek writing, and the numerous Greek amphora and shipwrecks along the coast of Mljet are evidence that Greek sailors stayed on the shores of Mljet during their journeys.
Mljet National Park makes up most of the island, and there are several villages, two salt water lakes – Veliko and Malo jezero, and a Benedictine monastery on the island of sSt. Mary. In Polače there are some of the best natural anchorages in the Adriatic.

4. Day Tuesday:  Korčula  – Lastovo
Korčula enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who tread upon its ancient stone.
Korčula’s abundant culture and history helped define its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’, a wonderfully romantic promenade runs through the town by the city walls and is teeming with lively cafes.
Korčula town is also claimed to be the birth place of Marco Polo. Immerse yourself in Korčula’s narrow walkways and discover adorned palaces and elegant houses; while in the evening, follow the fading light to reveal a glorious Adriatic sunset.

5. Day Wednesday:   Lastovo  –  Vis
The municipality of Lastovo consists of 46 islands with a total population of 835 people and a land area of approximately 56 km² (22 mi²). The biggest island in the municipality is also named Lastovo, as is the largest town. The majority of the population lives on the 46 km² island of Lastovo which is inside of island because in the past areas by the sea were often attacked by different invaders. Local people are mainly fishermen so this is perfect place to enjoy in fresh sea food.
Main town Lastovo can be explored by enjoyable hiking tour through forested roads. Lastovo is very popular area for scuba divers because of its’ rich underwater life and sunk ships from past times.

6. Day Thursday:   Vis  – Hvar
The Mediterranean communities even in the Neolithic times, 3 thousand years BC, inhabited the island Vis, especially territory of today’s’ City of Vis. The name of the island Issa originates from that time and that is the name that the island still holds in the croatised version. Island Vis was the best kept secret of former Yugoslavian government – it was completely forbidden to foreign citizens to come on Vis, because it was significant Army base, but it emerged from a long period of isolation (1945- 1989) with untouched natural beauty.
One of these beautiful places is the Blue Grotto  – Blue cave. This place was proclaimed as national natural heritage in 1951.

7. Day Friday:    Island of Hvar – Jelsa 
This beautiful island often alluded to as the “Santorini” of Croatia due to its much photographed Venetian architecture, offers a mix of culture, a vibrant restaurant , café life and has been known since ancient times for its important strategic and nautical location, its cultural and natural resources and for its literature. Jelsa, situated in the central part of Hvar, is a welcoming place, pleasing to the eye and ready to receive any guest or traveler. Jelsa borders with the two highest peaks on the Island – St. Nikola on the west and Hum on the east Jelsa has grown from a small fishermen place to a popular nautical destination because of its’ beauty and hospitality. From this small town you can take pleasant walks along the coast through pinewoods, shady groves or winding paths as well as strolls through picturesque villages with well preserved rural streets and squares, scattered across the hills and valleys filled with Mediterranean vegetation and medicinal plants.

8. Day Saturday:  Split
After breakfast on board, it is time to say goodbye to your boat, her lovely crew and to the beautiful Croatian Coast.
Split is the largest and most important Dalmatian city, the second-largest urban centre in Croatia. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area, and is traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old. However, recent archaeological research relating to the ancient Greek colony of Aspálathos (6th century BC) establishes the city as being several hundred years older.
UNESCO protected Diocletian Palace in Split was built between the late 3rd and the early 4th century A.D by the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
Architectural historians consider it one of the best preserved late Roman villas, but also cherish the elements of the medieval city as well as the layers of the subsequent historical styles found in the eclectic makeup of the Split city core.