Discover The Alfa Mario

Introducing the Alfa Mario: Croatia’s Premier Mini Cruiser Yacht

Embark on a journey of unparalleled luxury and adventure aboard the Alfa Mario, Croatia’s newest addition to the world of deluxe mini cruiser yachts. Launched in 2021, the Alfa Mario has quickly set a new standard for maritime excellence, offering a perfect blend of sophistication and comfort for up to 32 passengers. Following an extensive refit in 2024, the vessel now features 16 commercial cabins, designed to cater to the needs of groups, families, or friends seeking an exclusive motor yacht charter experience.

2024 Updates: A New Chapter in Luxury Cruising

  • Master Cabin: Dive into the pinnacle of luxury in our newly introduced Master Cabin, a sanctuary of elegance and privacy.
  • Cinema Room: Experience entertainment like never before in our state-of-the-art Cinema Room, perfect for movie lovers.
  • Sun Deck Refit: The complete refit of our Sun Deck offers an exquisite open-air lounge area, ideal for sunbathing, relaxation, and unforgettable gatherings under the stars.
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Meet Your Captain – Dražen Ercegović

Dražen has been a captain since 2006, amassing extensive experience in maritime operations. He owns the yacht Alfa Mario, a vessel named in honor of his father. Hailing from a family deeply rooted in shipbuilding, Dražen is part of a lineage with a longstanding tradition in the industry. His family oversees a fleet of yachts, manages a hotel, and operates a shipyard, further contributing to their prominent presence in the maritime domain.


During his downtime, Dražen enjoys going for a swim and rowing. In 2020, he swam across the Brač channel between the island of Brač and his hometown, Krilo, taking him 3 hours and 20 minutes.

Click below to expand and see the captain’s full story.

My family, the Ercegović family, acquired our first ship in 1914, which was built in Piran, Slovenia. It was used to transport sand and cargo between islands. We named the ship Providnost.

In 1985, we converted that ship for leisure use, so we could sell day trips in tourism, and in 1989 started our first seven-night cruise. We had never changed our original name, which is why our company still bears the name PROVIDNOST.

As the years went by, the head of our family, my father Mario Ercegović, decided to build an iron ship after serving as Captain on Ships he navigated around the world, for most of his life. Navigator, the first ship we built, came in 2003, and in 2006 we built Azimut, in 2011 Liberty and Providenca in 2014. During those years, the whole family, parents and five children, worked together in tourism on our ships, and each subsequent boat built was bigger and more modern than the previous one.

And now, our pride and joy, Alfa Mario, built in 2021, was named after my father Mario, who was the pioneer and visionary of our love of this business, since we are starting building iron ships that allow us to serve families from around the world.

We can proudly say that the ALFA MARIO with its 52 meters and crew that is dedicated to serving, is one of the largest, most modern and most beautiful ships that has been built in this area to date, with one of the best crews on the Adriatic Sea.

Dražen Ercegović – Captain and owner of Alfa Mario

Alfa Mario Marketing Collateral

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Ship Specifications

Introducing the Alfa Mario: A Symphony of Luxury & Elegance

Step aboard the Alfa Mario, Croatia’s crowning jewel of luxury yachting, presented by IWorld of Travel. This majestic motor yacht is a fusion of deluxe craftsmanship and nautical prowess, offering an unparalleled cruising experience that combines lavish comfort with the thrill of exploration. The Alfa Mario redefines maritime elegance, inviting guests to embark on a journey that seamlessly blends adventure with the utmost sophistication.

Spanning an impressive length of 52 meters with a beam of 8.6 meters, the Alfa Mario provides ample space for luxury and leisure while preserving the exclusivity of a private yacht experience. Its draft of 2.5 meters ensures seamless navigation through the serene waters of the Adriatic Sea. With its inaugural launch in 2021 and a comprehensive refit in 2024, the Alfa Mario merges timeless aesthetics with contemporary luxury, reflected in its sleek design and cutting-edge technical features, including advanced navigation systems and stabilizers for optimal comfort at sea.

Experience the allure of the Alfa Mario’s voyage as it sails with elegance, powered by engines designed for efficient and smooth cruising. Safety is a top priority on this distinguished vessel, outfitted with the latest in navigation and security technology, providing tranquility and security as you explore the picturesque Croatian coastline.

The Alfa Mario boasts 16 opulent cabins, each an enclave of serene luxury and refined comfort, accommodating up to 32 guests in grand style. With a dedicated crew of 9 seasoned professionals, the service on the Alfa Mario is unparalleled, ensuring every need is met with exceptional attention to detail and every whim catered to with grace.

Immerse yourself in the splendor of the Adriatic on the Alfa Mario’s expansive decks, savor gourmet dining beneath the stars, or delight in the array of water sports available at your fingertips. From basking in the jacuzzi to private movie screenings under the velvet sky or cultural excursions ashore, the Alfa Mario sets the stage for creating everlasting memories.

Ship Specifications:

  • Vessel Type: Motor Yacht (M/Y)
  • Length Overall: 52.0 M / 170 FT
  • Beam: 8.6 M / 28 FT
  • Draft: 2.5 M / 8.2 FT
  • Year Built / Refit: 2021 / 2024
  • Technical Equipment: Advanced Navigation Systems, Stabilizers
  • Total Cabins: 16
  • Guests: Up to 32
  • Crew: 9

 

Embark on the Alfa Mario for an exclusive escape where luxury meets the open sea, offering adventures that are as unforgettable as they are elegant.

Cabins, Experiences, and Excursions

Embark on the Alfa Mario, where each cabin is not just a space but an experience in itself. The Aura, our Owner’s Suite, is the epitome of seafaring luxury, offering expansive views that invite the horizon into your personal quarters. The Alma Master Suite is a testament to the yacht’s philosophy of understated elegance, delivering an atmosphere of exclusivity and tranquility. For those who appreciate the finer things with a touch of privacy, the Bliss Junior Suite provides a serene escape, while the Pure and Luna Executive Cabins are sanctuaries of comfort and style, tailored to ensure restful slumbers and peaceful moments.

The essence of the Alfa Mario experience extends beyond the cabins. Our saloons, Seasalt and Harmony, are designed as communal havens, offering a chic and comfortable environment where stories are shared, and friendships are forged. On the decks, life aboard the Alfa Mario is an alfresco affair—whether you’re dining under the stars on the Seasalt Deck, lounging in the open-air splendor of the Al Fresco Deck, unwinding in the jacuzzi on the Lounge & Splash Deck, or embracing the quietude of the night sky on the Starstruck Deck.

With the open waters as your playground, the Alfa Mario provides an array of aquatic adventures. Dive into the blue with our snorkeling gear, ride the waves on a stand-up paddleboard, or feel the adrenaline rush aboard our Sea Bob. As night falls, the yacht transforms into a cinematic paradise with open-air movie nights, or into a celestial observatory where you can gaze upon the stars through our telescope.

The Alfa Mario doesn’t just sail you to destinations—it brings the essence of culture and adventure right on board. Our excursions are carefully curated to ensure a deep connection with each locale, offering cultural experiences and divine swim-stops that capture the spirit of the regions we explore. And when it comes to gastronomy, the Alfa Mario excels with a fine dining experience, complemented by exquisite wines, fresh fish BBQs, and an all-day dining menu to satisfy your cravings at any hour.

Onboard the Alfa Mario, every moment is an invitation to indulge, explore, and discover. Whether you’re seeking the serenity of a massage therapy session or the excitement of a diving excursion, our promise of personalized and genuine service ensures your voyage is as unique as the seas we navigate. Step aboard and let the journey unfold.

Vessel Overview:

  • Length: 52 meters – A grand presence on the Adriatic Sea.
  • Beam: 8.6 meters – Spacious design for maximum comfort.
  • Draft: 2.5 meters – Smooth sailing through Croatia’s stunning coastlines.
  • Cruise Speed: 9 knots – A perfect pace to enjoy the beauty of the sea.
  • Build / Renovated: 2021 / 2024 – Combining modern luxury with timeless design.
  • Cabins for Guests: 16 – Exquisitely designed for relaxation and privacy.
  • Crew: A dedicated team of 9 members, committed to creating an unparalleled guest experience.

 

Features and Amenities:

  • Navigation and Electronic Equipment: Equipped with the latest in navigation technology.
  • Luxury Amenities: Includes air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and entertainment systems. Features a Jacuzzi, sauna, sun deck with sun loungers, and an outdoor minibar. Guests can enjoy a movie theatre, BBQ facilities, and light fishing gear on board.
  • Safety and Deck Equipment: Prioritizing your safety with top-tier life-saving equipment and high-quality deck furnishings.

 

Accommodations:

  • Lower Deck: Houses 6 Double cabins and 3 Convertible cabins, each with private bathrooms.
  • Main Deck: Features the prestigious Master Cabin alongside 4 Double cabins and 2 Convertible cabins.

 

Water Sports and Leisure Equipment:

  • Paddleboards: 2 available for guest use.
  • Kayaks: 2 available, ideal for exploring tranquil waters.
  • Additional Toys: Includes inflatable water toys, a banana boat, foil board, Jet Ski (standup), tube – towable, and a diverse range of indoor audio systems for entertainment.

 

Step aboard the Alfa Mario for an exclusive voyage where luxury meets the open sea, creating adventures that are as unforgettable as they are sophisticated. From the moment you embark to the final sunset on the horizon, the Alfa Mario promises a journey beyond your wildest dreams.

Croatia Cruise Routes

Discover the beauty of Croatia with our luxury ship charters. We offer a range of unique routes, each showcasing the country’s stunning coastline, vibrant cities, and rich cultural heritage. From the historic town of Split to the charming islands of Vis, Hvar, Korčula, and Brač, each route is carefully crafted to offer a one-of-a-kind experience. Join us for a week-long adventure and explore the hidden gems of Croatia’s Adriatic Sea. Choose from our AST100, AST150, AST160, AST200, and AST210 itineraries, and let us take you on a journey you will never forget.

AST100

Day 1 – Split Arrival, Sunday

Embarkation begins at 1:00 PM. Get settled in your cabin before attending a welcome reception followed by dinner this evening. (WR, D) 

Day 2 – Split – Vis – Hvar, Monday 

Our first stop is Vis, a small town on the homonymous island, well known for its strategic importance through the years. You will have free time to explore Vis at your own pace and visit one of the many fortresses, such as the Fortress of Saint George. Return to the boat for lunch and then head to Hvar island. Upon arrival in Hvar, join our guided city tour, find out about its rich history and beautiful architecture, and important landmarks like the Cathedral of St Stephen, the Theatre which is one of the oldest in Europe dating back to 1612, Spanish Fortress, etc. Later on, you can explore the town on your own and check out its nightlife. (B, L)

Day 3 – Hvar – Mljet, Tuesday 

Morning departure towards Mljet, with plenty of time for a morning swim along with the sail. Upon arrival in Pomena, you can visit the National Park, well known for its versatile ecosystem and two salt lakes (“Veliko jezero”- Big Lake and “Malo jezero”- Small Lake). In the evening, enjoy Captain’s dinner on board. (B, L, CD)

Day 4 – Mljet – Dubrovnik, Wednesday 

In the morning, we sail to Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage site. After a guided city tour, you will have plenty of free time to explore the rich history of the Old Town or visit some of the famous sights of the “Pearl of Adriatic”, such as a cable car ride to Srđ Mountain or a boat ride to Lokrum island. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B, L)

Day 5 – Dubrovnik – Korčula, Thursday 

Today, we turn our compass back north towards the Island of Korčula. The city of Korčula is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Join us to taste the autochthonous wines in a local winery. Enjoy your free evening to try out some homemade food in one of the many restaurants. (B, L, WT)

Day 6 – Korčula – Stari Grad, Friday 

In the morning, we continue sailing towards Stari Grad on the island of Hvar. As its name suggests – “Old Town” – it is one of the oldest cities founded in Europe. Explore Stari Grad on your own, take a walk, drink coffee, take a break. (B, L, CD)

Day 7 – Stari Grad – Bol – Split, Saturday 

On our final day, we sail towards the Island of Brač. If weather permits, you will have an opportunity to take a swim at the Golden Horn, the 530 m long golden pebble beach, unique since it changes its shape and position depending on the winds and currents. In the late afternoon, we finish our journey in Split, another UNESCO World Heritage site, best known for the glorious palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian. After the guided city tour, you have a free evening to explore Split. (B, L) 

Day 8 – Split Departure, Sunday 

After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. (B) 

(B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner, WR-Welcome Reception, CD-Captain’s dinner, WT-Wine Tasting)

AST150

Route AST150 Split – Dubrovnik (one-way) 8-day cruise: Split, Trogir, Bol, Hvar, Biševo, Vis, Korčula, Mljet, Šipanska Luka/Slano, Dubrovnik

Day 1 / Sunday: Split 

Embarkation begins at 13:00. Get settled in your cabin before attending a welcome reception followed by dinner this evening. Overnight in Split. (WR, D)

Day 2 / Monday: Split – Trogir 

This morning, you will have the opportunity to stroll through the streets of Split in the company of our guide. Split is the second-largest Croatian town, best known for its glorious palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian which is inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites since 1979. Return to the boat. Around noon, we set sail towards our first stop, the city of Trogir, another UNESCO World Heritage site. While sailing towards Trogir, your lunch will be served. We will also make a swim stop along the way, and we’ll arrive in Trogir in the afternoon. You will join our guide for a walking tour of Trogir whose rich history influenced by many people (Greeks, Romans, Venetians) is visible on every single step of its beautiful narrow cobbled streets. You will admire the architecture of Trogir’s most imposing monument, the Cathedral of St Lawrence, built in Romanesque-Gothic style. After the city tour, you will have free time to explore Trogir at your own pace or have dinner in one of the numerous restaurants. Overnight in Trogir. (B, L)

Day 3 / Tuesday: Trogir – Bol – Hvar 

In the morning, we leave Trogir and head to the island of Brač, to Bol, which is famous for its Golden Horn, the 530 m long golden pebble beach, unique since it changes its shape and position depending on the winds and currents. You will have time to walk around this small town, have a coffee or simply go swimming. Lunch on board. After lunch, we continue sailing along the beautiful coast towards the island of Hvar. Upon arrival in Hvar in the evening, join our guided city tour, find out about its rich history and beautiful architecture, and important landmarks like Cathedral of St Stephen, the Theatre which is one of the oldest in Europe dating back from 1612, Spanish Fortress, … Later on, you can explore the town on your own and check what its nightlife has to offer. Overnight in Hvar. (B, L)

Day 4 / Wednesday: Hvar – Biševo Blue Cave – Vis

In the morning, we set sail towards the island of Biševo and its famous Blue Cave. This mesmerizing natural attraction is breathtaking, with its interplay of sunlight creating a wonderful reflection from its white floor, bathing the cave in aquamarine light. The Blue Cave can only be approached by boat, and sometimes it can happen that due to winds, waves, and currents, access to the cave is not possible. We can only know about the sea conditions and possibility of entrance on the exact same morning of the visit. In case we are lucky enough to get to see the Blue Cave, we will arrive in Vis after lunch. Vis is a small town on the homonymous island, well-known for its strategic importance through the years. You will have free time to explore Vis at your own pace and visit one of many fortresses, like the Fortress of Saint George. Being closed during the time of ex-Yugoslavia, the wonderful island is still like an unspoiled and preserved oasis. Overnight in Vis. (B, L)

Day 5 / Thursday: Vis – Korčula

In the morning, we depart towards the island of Korčula, with plenty of time for swimming along the sail before lunch. The city of Korčula is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. After arriving in Korčula in the afternoon, you will join our guide for a walking tour of Korčula. After the walking tour, enjoy your free evening to try out some homemade food in one of the many restaurants. Overnight in Korčula. (B, L)

Day 6 / Friday: Korčula – National Park Mljet – Šipan Island or Slano

We leave Korčula in the morning and cruise towards the island of Mljet. Our arrival in Pomena is expected around 10:00. Upon arrival, you will visit the National Park, well-known for its versatile ecosystem and two salt lakes (‘’Veliko jezero’’- Big Lake and ‘’Malo jezero’’- Small Lake), as well as for Benedictine Monastery from the 12th century located on the St Mary’s Islet. Walking around the Park and its lakes can be very relaxing and it can make you forget about everything, so please do not forget to come back to the boat for lunch. In the afternoon, our adventure continues, and we cruise towards the island of Šipan and its peaceful fishermen’s village, Šipanska Luka. In case we are not able to anchor there because of weather conditions or docking capacity limits, we will cruise to Slano, situated on the mainland. In the evening, enjoy the Captain’s dinner on board. Overnight in Šipanska Luka or in Slano. (B, L, CD)

Day 7 / Saturday: Dubrovnik

In the morning, we set sail towards Dubrovnik, passing by the wonderful scenery of the Elaphiti Islands and heading directly to the Old Town of Dubrovnik, another city listed among UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. You will get to enjoy the view of the magnificent Dubrovnik city walls with their powerful fortifications. You will have lunch on board while all your senses will enjoy the great food and your eyes savor the breathtaking views of Dubrovnik. We will disembark in the Old Town and head to its center for a guided walking tour. After the guided city tour, you will have plenty of free time to explore the rich history of the Old Town or visit some of the famous sights of the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, like the Cable Car ride to Srđ Mountain or a stroll along the city walls. A coach transfer to the port of Gruž will be organized for you at the scheduled time. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B, L)

Day 8 / Sunday: Dubrovnik

After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. (B)

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner, WR = Welcome Reception, CD = Captain’s Dinner

AST160

Route AST160 Dubrovnik – Split (One way)

8-days cruise: Dubrovnik, Šipan/Slano, Mljet, Korčula, Vis, Biševo, Hvar, Bol, Trogir, Split

Day 1 / Sunday: Dubrovnik 

Embarkation begins at 13:00. Get settled in your cabin before attending a welcome reception followed by dinner this evening. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (D)

Day 2 / Monday: Dubrovnik – Šipan Island or Slano 

This morning, after breakfast, you will take a coach transfer to the Old town and in the company of our licensed guide, you will have the opportunity to explore Dubrovnik, Pearl of the Adriatic, UNESCO’s World Heritage site since 1979. After a guided city tour, you will have free time to explore at your own pace the rich history of the Old town or visit some of the famous sights of the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” like Cable car ride to Srđ Mountain or a stroll along the City walls. A return coach transfer to the port of Gruž will be organized for you at the scheduled time. Upon return to the port, we leave Dubrovnik and head to the Island of Šipan and its peaceful fishermen’s village, Šipanska Luka. Lunch on board. In case we are not able to anchor there because of weather conditions or docking capacity limits, we will cruise to Slano, situated on the mainland. This evening is reserved for a nice time on board where you will enjoy the Captain’s Dinner. Overnight in Šipanska Luka or in Slano. (B, L, CD)

Day 3 / Tuesday: Šipan Island or Slano – Mljet National Park – Korčula 

Morning departure and cruise towards the island of Mljet. Upon arrival, you will visit the National Park, well-known for its versatile eco-system and two salt lakes (“Veliko jezero”- Big Lake and “Malo jezero”- Small Lake), as well as for the Benedictine Monastery from the 12th century located on the St Mary’s Islet. After a relaxing stroll in the park and around its lakes, you’ll return to the boat where your lunch will be served. We leave Pomena at the time of lunch and cruise to the Island of Korčula. The city of Korčula is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. After arriving in Korčula in the afternoon, you will join our guide for a walking tour of Korčula. After the walking tour, enjoy your free evening to try out some homemade food in one of many restaurants. Overnight in Korčula. (B, L)

Day 4 / Wednesday: Korčula – Vis 

We leave Korčula in the morning and cruise towards the island of Vis. The lunch will be served on board, and we’ll make some swim stops along the sail. We will arrive in Vis in the afternoon. Vis is a small town on the homonymous island, well-known for its strategic importance throughout the years. You will have free time to explore Vis at your own pace. Being closed during the time of ex-Yugoslavia, this wonderful island is still like an unspoiled and preserved oasis. Overnight in Vis. (B, L)

Day 5 – Thursday: Vis – Biševo Blue Cave – Hvar 

In the morning, we set sail towards the island of Biševo and its famous Blue Cave. This mesmerizing natural attraction is breathtaking with its game of sunlight which creates a wonderful reflection from its white floor and bathes the cave in aquamarine light. The Blue Cave can only be approached by boat and sometimes it can happen that due to winds, waves, and currents, the access to the cave is not possible. We can only know about the sea conditions and possibility of entrance on the exact same morning of the visit. After a relaxing swim stop and lunch, we continue our navigation towards the Island of Hvar. Upon arrival in Hvar, join our guided city tour, find out about its rich history and beautiful architecture, and important landmarks like Cathedral of St. Stephen, the Theatre which is one of the oldest in Europe dating back from 1612, Spanish Fortress, and more. Later on, you can explore the town on your own and check what its nightlife has to offer. Overnight in Hvar. (B, L)

Day 6 – Friday: Hvar – Bol – Trogir 

In the morning, we leave Hvar and head to the island of Brač, to Bol which is famous for its Golden Horn, the 530 m long golden pebble beach, unique since it changes its shape and position depending on the winds and currents. You will have time to walk around this small town, have a coffee, or simply go swimming. Lunch on board. After lunch, we set sail towards our next stop, the city of Trogir, another UNESCO World Heritage site. We arrive in Trogir in the afternoon. You will join our guide for a walking tour of Trogir, whose rich history influenced by many people (Greeks, Romans, Venetians) is visible on every single step of its beautiful, narrow, cobbled streets. You will admire the architecture of Trogir’s most imposing monument, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, built in Romanesque-Gothic style. After the city tour, you will have free time to explore Trogir at your own pace. Overnight in Trogir. (B, L)

Day 7 – Saturday: Trogir – Split 

On the last day of our navigation, we set sail towards our last stop, the city of Split. While sailing towards Split, we will make a swim stop along the way. After lunch served on board, you will get the opportunity to stroll through the streets of this wonderful Mediterranean town in the company of our guide. Split is the second largest Croatian town, best known for its glorious palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian which is inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites since 1979. After the city tour, you will have free time to explore the town at your own pace or have dinner in one of the numerous restaurants. Overnight in Split. (B, L)

Day 8 – Sunday: Split 

After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. (B)

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner, WR = Welcome Reception, CD = Captain’s Dinner

AST200

ROUTE AST200 ZADAR – DUBROVNIK (one way) 8-day cruise: Zadar, Šibenik, Primošten, Trogir, Split, Bol, Hvar, Korčula, Dubrovnik

Day 1 / Sunday: Zadar 

Embarkation begins at 13:00. Get settled in your cabin before attending a welcome reception followed by dinner this evening. Overnight in Zadar. (WR, D)

Day 2 / Monday: Zadar – Šibenik

This morning you will join our guide for a walking tour of Zadar. You will stroll the magnificent streets of the old town and admire some of Zadar’s famous sights like the Roman Forum from the 1st century BC, Church of St Donatus, the famous cathedral dedicated to St Anastasia, locally called St Stošija. Lunch on board and sail towards our first stop, the town of Šibenik. Overnight in Šibenik. (B, L, CD)

Day 3 / Tuesday: Šibenik  Primošten

After breakfast, your coach will wait for you in the port to take you to Krka National Park which is one of the most famous sights in Croatia and a true masterpiece of nature with its waterfalls and karstic beauty. You will visit the largest cascade, Skradinski Buk which cascades over 17 natural barriers. After the visit to Krka National Park, a coach transfer to Primošten will be organized. Lunch on board. Free afternoon in Primošten. Primošten is small, charming town between Šibenik and Trogir whose old town is situated on a former islet. Take a stroll through its narrow streets, visit the parish Church of St George, have a coffee in one of the bars and simply let this picturesque town captivate you by its atmosphere. This evening is reserved for some fun on board and the Captain’s Dinner. Overnight in Primošten. (B, L, CD)

Day 4 / Wednesday: Primošten – Trogir – Split 

This morning, we leave Primošten and sail to Trogir. Upon arrival in Trogir, you will have some free time to explore this beautiful Dalmatian jewel. Lunch on board, sail towards Split with swim stop along the way. Upon arrival in Split, you will join our guide for a walking tour. Split is the second largest Croatian town, best known for its glorious palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. Overnight in Split. (B, L)

Day 5 / Thursday: Split – Bol – Hvar

In the morning, we leave Split and head to the island of Brač, to Bol which is famous for its Golden Horn, the 530 m long golden pebble beach, unique since it changes its shape and position depending on the winds and currents. You will have time to walk around this small town, have a coffee or simply go swimming. Lunch on board. After lunch, we continue sailing along the beautiful coast towards the island of Hvar. Upon arrival in Hvar, join our guided city tour, find out about its rich history and beautiful architecture and important landmarks like Cathedral of St Stephen, the Theatre which is one of the oldest in Europe dating back from 1612, Spanish Fortress. Later on, you can explore the town on your own and check what its nightlife has to offer. Overnight in Hvar. (B, L)

Day 6 / Friday: Hvar – Korčula 

We leave Hvar and we set sail towards the island of Korčula and its eponymous town. Lunch on board. The city of Korčula is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. This afternoon, you will join our guide for a walking tour of Korčula and enjoy strolling around its beautiful, narrow streets. Free evening to explore Korčula on your own. Overnight in Korčula. (B, L)

Day 7 / Saturday: Korčula – Dubrovnik 

This morning we sail out towards our last stop, Dubrovnik. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, you will take a coach transfer to the Old town and in the company of our licensed guide, you will have the opportunity to explore Dubrovnik, Pearl of the Adriatic, UNESCO’s World Heritage site since 1979. You will have a free evening to seal this wonderful journey with an unforgettable dinner in one of the local restaurants. Overnight in Dubrovnik (B, L).

Day 8 / Sunday: Dubrovnik Departure 

After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. (B)

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner, WR = Welcome Reception, CD = Captain’s Diner

AST210

Route AST210: Dubrovnik – Zadar (One Way)

Day 1 / Sunday: Dubrovnik 

Embarkation begins at 13:00. Get settled in your cabin before attending a Welcome Reception. Enjoy a free evening to stroll in Dubrovnik and have dinner at one of the numerous restaurants. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (WR, D)

Day 2 / Monday: Dubrovnik – Korčula 

This morning, after breakfast, you will take a coach transfer to the Old Town and accompanied by our licenced guide you will have the opportunity to explore Dubrovnik, “Pearl of the Adriatic,” and a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. Lunch on board. We head to Korčula. Free evening to explore the city on your own. Overnight in Korčula. (B, L)

Day 3 / Tuesday: Korčula – Hvar 

In the morning, stroll the beautiful, narrow streets of the city of Korčula with a licensed guide. Korčula is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean and thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Return to the boat and sail towards the island of Hvar. Lunch on board and swim stop along the sail. Upon arrival in Hvar, join a guided city tour, learn about its rich history, beautiful architecture and important landmarks like the Cathedral of St. Stephen, the Theatre which is one of the oldest in Europe dating back to 1612, and the Spanish Fortress. Later, explore the town on your own and check out its nightlife. Overnight in Hvar. (B, L)

Day 4 / Wednesday: Hvar – Bol – Split 

After breakfast, head to Bol on the island of Brač, famous for its Golden Horn, the 530m-long golden pebble beach, unique since it changes its shape and position depending on the winds and currents. You will have time to walk around this small town, have coffee or go swimming. Lunch on board. Sail to Split. Upon arrival, join a walking tour with a licensed guide. Split is the second largest Croatian town, best known for its glorious palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian, which is inscribed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites since 1979. Overnight in Split. (B, L)

Day 5 / Thursday: Split – Trogir – Primošten

Our next stop this morning is Trogir where you will have free time to explore this beautiful city.  Trogir’s rich history and Greek, Roman, and Venetian influences are visible on every single step of its beautiful, narrow, cobbled streets. Take a break and admire the architecture of Trogir’s most imposing monument, the Cathedral of St Lawrence, built in Romanesque-Gothic style. Lunch on board and set sail towards Primošten with a swim stop along the way. This evening is reserved for some fun on board, with the Captain’s Dinner. Overnight in Primošten.  (B, L, CD)

Day 6 / Friday: Primošten – Šibenik

After breakfast, transfer to Krka National Park, which is one of the most famous sights in Croatia and a true masterpiece of nature with its waterfalls and karstic beauty. You will visit the largest cascade, Skradinski Buk which cascades over 17 natural barriers. After the visit, transfer to Šibenik. Lunch on board. Enjoy your free time in Šibenik and stroll the streets of this magnificent coastal town, enjoy the view of its glorious Cathedral of St James, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Overnight in Šibenik. (B, L)

Day 7 / Saturday: Šibenik – Zadar 

On our last day of navigation, we head to Zadar, our last stop. We will have lunch on board with a swim stop along the way. Upon arrival in Zadar, you will join our guide for a walking tour of the old town and admire some of Zadar’s famous sights like the Roman Forum from the 1st century BC, the Church of St Donatus, and the famous cathedral dedicated to St Anastasia, locally called St Stošija. Overnight in Zadar (B, L)

Day 8 / Sunday: Zadar departure 

After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. (B)

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner, WR = Welcome Reception, CD = Captain’s Dinner

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