Welcome to the Adriatic Queen, a luxury motor catamaran chartered through IWorld of Travel. With 15 spacious cabins, the Adriatic Queen is the perfect choice for exploring Croatia’s sun-soaked Dalmatian coast.

On board, guests can take a dip in the buoyant waters right off the ship’s edge at spectacular swim stops, or soak in the on-deck hot tub while enjoying fresh, local sea-to-table cuisine and top-notch service from the family-owned and operated vessel’s crew.

Discover Croatia’s magnificent port cities and picturesque islands, rich in history and beauty, as you sail through jaw-dropping scenery. With a full charter, you have the freedom and flexibility to design your own route and pace. Take guided walking tours in Split, an ancient site of the Roman Emperor’s summer palace, or in Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage site encircled by massive walls and an exquisitely preserved Old Town. Explore coastal Šibenik, hear the haunting sounds of Zadar’s sea organ, dock at Hvar, the most popular Croatian island, and wander the alleys of Korcula, Marco Polo’s birthplace.

Croatia is an enchanted land with a rich history and culture. Extend your experience with pre- and post-cruise excursions, from national parks like Plitvice Lakes and Krka, to Tesla’s birthplace in Smijan, and Zagreb’s wide avenues, grand parks, and stunning architecture. Our programs are wholly homegrown and designed by native Croatians to make your trip a surprising and life-changing experience.

The Adriatic Queen is a luxury motor catamaran that offers a unique blend of history, family and maritime tradition. The Pedišić family has a long-standing connection to the sea, dating back to when the owner’s grandfather was a fisherman and his father was a captain on transoceanic ships.

Building on his family’s legacy, the owner was able to purchase the Adriatic Queen and has now been running the business with his family for several years.

The crew is made up of family members and is dedicated to providing guests with an unforgettable experience exploring the beautiful spots of the Adriatic. Captain Joško Pedišić invites you to join the Adriatic Queen family and experience the beauty of the Adriatic.

 

History of the Queen
–Written by Captain Joško Pedišić

The Pedišić family comes from the island of Pašman.

For generations, our family has always had strong bonds to the sea since my grandfather was a fisherman and my father was a captain on transoceanic ships. Living with them taught me how to live with the sea and love it and it was precisely that love which led me to choose a fisherman’s life.

In my twenties, I bought my first fishing ship, Jadran III. At the very beginning of my career, I noticed big flaws in Croatian fishing, so I decided to try to innovate some necessary changes. I founded the first association of the fishing trawlers whose main goal is to improve the sustainability of sea resources through cooperation between the fishermen and the scientists.

While seeking improved processes in fishing, I have always looked for new types of business and I found the perfect one in ecological touristic trawling. Touristic fishing offers the tourist the opportunity to get to know how professional fishermen work and at the same time, it is approved by organizations like UNDP and GEF.

My well-run business allowed me to buy another ship which carried the name of my grandfather.

With the help of EU funding, I dismantled my fishing ship Ljubo and I decided to buy a small cruise ship with that money. In 2017, together with my business partner, I bought Adriatic Queen in Greece and that is how I took a new path in my life.

My long-term experience as a fisherman gives me knowledge of some well-hidden and extremely beautiful spots of the Adriatic which I can show to our guests.

The proof of great work and high-quality service is the prize for Best Ship which we obtained for season 2019. Our highly professional crew is the key to maintaining our top-quality service level. Our crew is made up of my family members: my wife Antonija, my 2 sons, Danijel and Petar, who work together with Miloš, the best chef in the fleet, Ante, the best waiter you’ll ever meet and last, but definitely not least, Karmen, our omni-present housekeeper.


We invite you to be a part of the Adriatic Queen family and to experience some unforgettable moments in the most beautiful spots in the Adriatic.
Captain Joško Pedišić

Contact Your Charter Booking Specialist & Concierge.
Anita Skoric

Destination Specialist, Croatia/Europe
Bio | Email | Call: 212.507.9347

Frane Skoric

Destination & Charter Booking Specialist | Italy, Balkan
Bio | Email | Call: 212.507.9279

At IWorld of Travel, we understand that the foundation of an unparalleled travel experience is exceptional service. It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to the dynamic duo of Anita and Frane Skoric, your dedicated Charter Concierge and Charter Booking Specialist, respectively.

Anita brings years of expertise and a fervent dedication to crafting journeys that live long in memory. She is your go-to for anything your guests might need, be it pre-cruise planning, post-cruise arrangements, dinner reservations on shore, off-ship excursions, or onboard entertainment and personal touches. With Anita at the helm, every detail is handled with precision and care.

Complementing Anita’s role, Frane is the mastermind behind the scenes, meticulously overseeing all booking and reservation aspects for your charter. His keen eye for detail and deep understanding of the intricacies of charter logistics ensure that your voyage is not just booked but perfectly tailored to meet your clients’ desires.

Together, Anita and Frane Skoric form a formidable team dedicated to your total satisfaction. They are poised to guide you through pricing options, answer any queries, and provide insights that elevate your journey from the ordinary to the extraordinary.

As you set sail, do so with the assurance that comes from having both Anita and Frane supporting your adventure. Your charter experience is our paramount concern, and we’re committed to making it absolutely spectacular.

For assistance with all matters of your charter, feel free to reach out to either Anita or Frane. Your grand adventure begins with their collective expertise, and they are both thrilled to play a pivotal role in your travel story.

Welcome aboard, and may your journey be as smooth as the seas you’ll traverse!

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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City Tours along the Croatia Coast​

Embarking on a luxury ship charter along the Croatia coast offers a unique opportunity to explore some of the country’s most captivating cities. From the historic center of Southern Croatia in Split to the charming town of Trogir, each destination has something special to offer. Your clients can enjoy a city-walking tour in Hvar, known for its magnificent masterpiece of natural and human creation, or head to Sibenik and Krka Waterfalls to witness the stunning countryside. Select a destination below for more information to tailor your clients’ luxury cruise to their interests. 

Below, we will highlight the must-see attractions in each city, providing inspiration and options for travelers seeking to explore the beauty of Croatia’s coast.

Split

Located on a picturesque peninsula surrounded by the shimmering Adriatic, ancient settlements, and the gentle slopes of Kozjak and Mosor, Split is located at the historical, industrial, and geographical center of Southern Croatia. Its crown jewel is the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian, built in the 4th century. Who would have ever guessed that it would become such an important site today, drawing visitors from around the globe? Split presents a rare convergence of Roman and Christian civilization and art. You can visit antique cellars that offer a glimpse into life in the palace in ancient times; the Cathedral, thought to be the oldest in the world, built on the remains of an early shrine; the Temple of Jupiter; and the Peristyle, the central square of the imperial complex. A pleasant stroll through the Roman streets Decumanus and Cardo to the famous Golden Gate will reveal the appearance of aristocratic palaces and medieval squares, as well as the ambiance of today’s Split, full of fine restaurants and shops. A visit to the gallery of our world-famous sculptor Ivan Mestrovic will reveal more of Split’s art, culture, and grace.

Trogir

The charming town on the western coast of Kaštela Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, recognized as an architectural masterpiece by our ancestors. A Greek settlement named Tragurion in the 3rd century BC became an important port during Roman times, located on a small island squeezed in between the mainland and the larger island of Čiovo. Today, Trogir is connected to the mainland by a bridge. Except for the green parks, the entire island is covered with spectacular structures: faded stone houses, palaces, churches, monasteries, towers, walls, etc. The cobbled streets are narrow, and they truly give a feeling of how life might have been in ancient times. You will see the main attraction in Trogir – the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. This 13th-century structure is probably the finest example of sacred architecture in Croatia. Its unusual construction with three naves and three semi-circular apses dominates the entire town. The main portal is world-famous, carved by the local artist Radovan in the 13th century. Other fine buildings to be visited are the Town Loggia decorated with stone carvings, including one by the great Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović; the Town Hall; and the Ćipiko Palace. The whole town is an open-air museum, so just taking a stroll through its winding streets will be an unforgettable experience.

Šibenik & Krka National Park

The Krka River is one of the most amazing rivers in the Croatian karst, and two out of the seven Croatian National Parks are a gift from Krka. On its way to the sea, it forms a chain of lakes, rapids, and waterfalls.

The first stop on this excursion is Šibenik, one of the oldest and most important Croatian towns, infused with the tradition of diving, coral fishing, and fishing. The drive there affords spectacular views of the islands and islets of the Šibenik Archipelago. Streets, stairs, squares, and narrow passageways are part of the open-air International Children’s Festival, unique in the world, which takes place every summer in Šibenik. You will visit one of Dalmatia’s most valuable religious monuments, the 15th-century St. James’s Cathedral, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and other renowned attractions. After the city tour and some leisure time, you will continue through the karst hinterland of Šibenik to the famous Krka Waterfalls. In Skradin, a small town located inside Krka National Park, you will enjoy breathtaking natural beauty by small boat and visit the largest limestone bedrock in Europe – Skradinski Buk. The falls cascade over 17 natural barriers, and this permanent play of the sun and water creates an astonishing scene. There will be ample time here for exploring and taking photographs of the stunning countryside.

Hvar

Hvar is one of the sunniest and most beautiful of Croatia’s thousand-plus islands, a stunning masterpiece of nature and human creation. Situated at the crossroads of ancient nautical routes, Hvar is a cradle of history and culture. Its long coastline, mild climate, and numerous islands and islets make Hvar a true Dalmatian gem.

The town of Hvar bears the marks of centuries of human existence, but its special charm comes from the Renaissance period. Looking at Hvar from the seaside reveals the seven-hundred-year-old city walls, a promenade with palm trees, and a Venetian piazza built in the 16th century. The tour starts with a walk along stone streets to the 15th-century Franciscan Monastery where you will visit the impressive Renaissance cloister, the old refectory that today houses a collection of lace, manuscripts and books, and the church with its remarkable paintings. The guide then leads you to the main square to visit the Cathedral of St. Stephen, its treasury, and the bell tower with its distinctive Venetian mark. The next stop on your route is the Arsenal, an imposing building built in 1611. Inside, you will find Europe’s oldest community theatre established in 1612. After the guided tour, you can explore the town that has inspired many poets, writers, and painters on your own, try numerous specialties of Dalmatian cuisine, or swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Zadar

The town of Zadar is one of the oldest towns on the Dalmatian coast. It maintained its independence for a long time before the crusaders destroyed it and delivered it into the hands of the Venetian Republic. Although it was challenging to live there amid the turmoil of ever-changing domination, today we are left with an impressive Old Town, architecturally influenced by both Croatians and Venetians. We will visit the Old Town, including the Church of St. Donat, the Cathedral dedicated to St. Anastasia, and the permanent exhibition of gold and silver sacral art. We will also view the Sea Gate, Land Gate, City Wall, and the Square of Five Wells from the outside. After the walking tour of Zadar, guests will have the opportunity to explore the city on their own before returning to the ship.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a stunning city with a glorious past. In the 16th century, the city developed its merchant fleet and became one of the strongest merchant city-states. The small, but powerful state called Dubrovnik Republic maintained its independence for 450 years.

Explore the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is entirely surrounded by mighty walls and fortresses that are in impeccable condition. Our walking tour takes you through the elegant main street, Stradun, revealing amazing sights such as Onofrio’s Fountains, the Franciscan monastery with the old pharmacy, Orlando’s Column, the church of St. Blaise, the town’s patron saint, the main Cathedral, and more.

Experience the history and culture of Dubrovnik’s magnificent walled city by strolling around its narrow streets on this two-hour walking tour with a local guide. Starting at Pile Gate, you’ll walk along the elegant main street and visit the city’s most important sights. The tour begins with Onofrio’s Fountain, a circular fountain connected to a spring 7.5 miles (12 km) from town via an aqueduct. Next, visit the Franciscan Monastery, home to a restored sculpture of the Pieta and a stunning cloister dating back to the 14th century. The tour continues with a visit to Dubrovnik’s Renaissance highlight, the Sponza Palace, which now houses the State Archives. Other tour highlights include Orlando’s Column, the City Bell Tower, the Rector’s Palace, and the Church of St. Blaise. The tour concludes with a visit to Dubrovnik’s baroque Cathedral of the Assumption, built in the 18th century after an earthquake destroyed the original one, located in the main square.

Pelješac Peninsula Wine Tour

Half-Day Tour – Picturesque Landscape and Wine Tasting

Viticulture and winemaking are centuries-old traditions on the Pelješac Peninsula and a source of income for most of its inhabitants. Take a scenic drive across the Pelješac Peninsula and learn about the original way of planting grapes to grow on sunny slopes of waving hills. Enjoy tasting Croatian wines produced in local wineries, as well as other delicious local products. On this journey, we will also visit The House of Wine Tradition, a charming little wine museum where you will see and learn more about the Dalmatian viticulture and winemaking tradition. Our wine tasting will take us on a long, nine-glass journey that will include some top-quality Croatian wines made from indigenous grape varieties, in particular, “plavac mali,” cultivated exclusively in this part of the Mediterranean.

Korčula

The Island of Mljet is located near the Pelješac peninsula, which is part of the southern section of the Dalmatian Coast. Known as Croatia’s greenest and one of the largest islands, Mljet harbors a diverse range of Mediterranean vegetation, Aleppo Pine forests, as well as several paved foot and bike paths, and a variety of hiking trails.

Mljet National Park comprises the top third of the island. Here, the primary natural attractions are the two saltwater lakes, Veliko Jezero (Big Lake or Great Lake), and Malo Jazero (Small Lake), together covering approximately 4 square kilometers. Additionally, within Veliko Jezero, visitors will find a small island called Sveta Marija or Islet Melita, which contains a lovely 12th-century former Benedictine monastery called Crkva Sveta Marije. Below is a map that you’ll find near the entrance to the park depicting the entire park, with well-marked biking and hiking trails.

Mljet Ntl. Park

The Island of Mljet is located near the Pelješac peninsula, which is part of the southern section of the Dalmatian Coast. Known as Croatia’s greenest and one of the largest islands, Mljet harbors a diverse range of Mediterranean vegetation, Aleppo Pine forests, as well as several paved foot and bike paths, and a variety of hiking trails.

Mljet National Park comprises the top third of the island. Here, the primary natural attractions are the two saltwater lakes, Veliko Jezero (Big Lake or Great Lake), and Malo Jazero (Small Lake), together covering approximately 4 square kilometers. Additionally, within Veliko Jezero, visitors will find a small island called Sveta Marija or Islet Melita, which contains a lovely 12th-century former Benedictine monastery called Crkva Sveta Marije. Below is a map that you’ll find near the entrance to the park depicting the entire park, with well-marked biking and hiking trails.

Pre/Post Suggested Itineraries

Enhance your Adriatic Queen charter experience by adding on one of our pre or post-cruise land programs. With countless possibilities to choose from, our land programs offer the opportunity to explore neighboring countries and experience the rich culture and history of the region.

Take a 2-night tour of Croatia’s mainland and visit the capital city of Zagreb and the stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park. Or, add an extra night and explore the charming towns of Zagorje and visit the historic castles.

For a longer adventure, consider a 4-night tour of Slovenia and Croatia, or a 5-night tour of Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia. If you’re looking to explore even more of the region, our 7-night tour of North Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia offers a chance to see the best of all three countries.

For a unique experience, we also offer a 7-night tour of Greece, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, and Croatia. Or, if you’re looking for something shorter, consider a 5-night tour of Montenegro, Albania, and North Macedonia or a 5-night tour of Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Our land programs offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and history of the region, and are designed by native Croatians to make the experience a surprising and life-changing trip of a lifetime. With so many options to choose from, there’s something for everyone to discover

Cabins/Rooming List Spreadsheet

We’re excited to provide our Travel Advisors with the Adriatic Queen Rooming List Excel Spreadsheet. It will help you assign cabins to your guests and keep their information organized in one place. If you have any questions or need assistance using it, please reach out to our team. We’re here to support you and ensure your clients’ trip is a success.

Ship Specifications

The Adriatic Queen is a luxury motor catamaran that boasts spacious and well-styled interiors for guests to enjoy. This section will provide you with detailed information about the technical specifications of the ship, including the number of cabins, the amenities available on board, and the overall dimensions of the vessel. Whether you are planning your next charter or simply curious about the Adriatic Queen, this section will give you a comprehensive understanding of the ship and its capabilities. Let’s dive in and explore the Adriatic Queen!

  • Year of construction: 2017
  • Length: 35.2 m / 115.5 feet
  • Width: 11 m / 36 feet
  • Cabins: 15
  • Capacity: 31 passengers
  • Speed: 18.5 kmh / 10 NM
  • Jacuzzi & Sun deck with sunbeds
  • Salon/Restaurant & Bar
  • Cabins with private bathroom, A/C & TV
  • Free Wi-Fi on board
Adriatic-Queen Deck Plan

Cabin Details

ADRIATIC QUEENcabin + bathroom
Cabin nrDeckBed set upm2
1MainTWIN / DOUBLE13.3
2MainTWIN / DOUBLE14.6
3MainTWIN / DOUBLE15.7
4MainTWIN / DOUBLE14.2
5MainTWIN / DOUBLE12.5
6MainTWIN / DOUBLE12.5
7MainTWIN / DOUBLE12.5
8MainTWIN / DOUBLE12.5
9MainTWIN / DOUBLE12.5
10MainTWIN / DOUBLE12.5
11MainTWIN / DOUBLE14.2
12MainTWIN / DOUBLE15.7
14MainTWIN / DOUBLE14.6
15MainTWIN WITH 3rd OPTION15.2
16UpperTWIN / DOUBLE16

Additional Items Offered

We are here to customize this trip to best suit your needs. If you have any requests, please don’t hesitate to ask. Below are some ideas that we have offered to previous clients, but the sky is the limit.

Water Toys

  • Single Kayaks
  • 2-Person Kayaks
  • Paddleboards
  • Floaties, masks, and snorkels
  • Floating island – Large
  • Sea bobs
  • Jet Ski
  • SUP

 

Food and Drink Packages

  • Welcome Dinner
    • Included
  • Captain’s Dinner
    • Included
  • Additional dinner (deluxe/superior)
  • Night at anchor with lights throughout the ship while in the bays
  • Drink package including everything except Monet champagne
    • Croatian quality and extra quality wines Rose, Red, White, Croatian Lager beer, Croatian Pale Ale beer, water, carbonated drinks, juices. Gin Sapphire Bombay or Tanqueray, Johnnie Walker Red Label or Jameson, Absolut Vodka or Finlandia, Tequila J. Cuervo Silver, Amaretto, Aperol, Malibu, Prosecco
  • Domestic drinks package
    • Non-alcoholic: Water, carbonated drinks, juices, bottled high quality wine, beer, local spirits, coffee, and tea.
    • Alcoholic: Whiskey – Johnny Walker – red label, Smirnoff vodka, Bombay gin, sparkling wine
  • Soft drinks package
    • Domestic non-alcoholic drinks – water, carbonated drinks, juices

 

Additional services onboard M/S Adriatic Queen 2023

  • Customized and branded water bottles for guests to take in port
  • Yoga mats
  • Cooking experiences in port

 

Storage of supplier is Split

  • Port Split – FOC
  • Port Dubrovnik by van
  • Port Dubrovnik by catamaran
    • *Note – Jet ski and Seabob cannot be delivered by catamaran  
  • Port Zadar by van

 

Wine tasting in Korčula

  • Winery Vitis is in Lumbarda, approx. 10 min driving from Korčula
  • Price per kids: 50% off (lemonade + the same food as for adults)
  • Wine tasting includes 3 glasses of wine & a snack:
    • 0,05 dl, Grk – white wine
    • 0,05 dl – Rosé
    • 05 dl – Plavac Mali, red wine
    • Dalmatian smoked prosciutto, hard cheese, soft cheese, salted anchovies, olives with some seasonal vegetables, bread and homemade olive oil

 

What's New!

  • Paint the ship a deep color with an accent.
  • Replace linens and pillows with high-end, high-stitching, deep-brown ones.
  • Change out blinds to dark wood ones to match the accent wood walls in the cabin.
  • Add new bench seating to the back side of the ship in a horseshoe shape, with tables in front, replacing wicker chairs.
  • Put wood down on the upper deck.
  • Provide soap/lotion, shampoo/conditioner, and body wash dispensers in each cabin.
  • Place small towels and facecloths in each cabin.
  • Add a water dispenser.
  • Install USB outlets in the outdoor seating area, including covered and uncovered ones.
  • Place a mirror outside the bathroom near an outlet for women to use curling iron or get ready.
  • Use dimmer lighting for dinner and nighttime events, or have the crew adjust it for mood lighting.
  • Provide small bread plates and knives with each meal.
  • Place beach/pool towels in a basket.
  • Oil the wood trim around the pool and other areas monthly.
  • Provide freshly squeezed orange juice for breakfast.
  • Make 4 of 6 lunches family-style and 2 of 6 chef’s choice, with 1 of the 4 being a BBQ lunch.
  • Provide extra-large blankets upon request.
  • Install more hooks in the bathrooms and cabins.
  • Keep the chrome letters on the back of the Queen shined.
  • Use a Lazy Susan in the middle of the tables for family-style lunch and lower flowers at other times so people can see each other.
  • Move the safe in closets for easier access.
  • Provide extra pillows in the cabins.
  • Provide two keys per cabin.
  • Add clips to the bottom of the shades so they don’t swing when sailing.
  • Ensure the crew discusses where guests can roam on the ship and when and where they can’t.
  • Ensure breakfast on each ship has consistency in items each morning and each ship has its signature breakfast item. Create a sign stating eggs made to order, either on tables or buffet.
  • Create an à la carte menu if the Charterer wants to upgrade, such as Eggs Benedict for breakfast or lobster, shrimp, or scallops for lunch or dinner.
  • Create a system to check guests on and off the ship.
  • Provide drink service upstairs when guests are there, to be touched every 15 minutes.
  • Provide snacks in the late afternoon or evening, such as freshly baked cookies, croissants, fruit, or little sandwiches.
  • Provide prosciutto on each ship, along with a cutting board, fresh-baked bread, olive oil, olives, etc., to be put out after lunch each day.
  • Place clear messaging in each bathroom that towels on the ground in cabins will be replaced, but those hanging will not be. Consider adding environmentally friendly cards in each bathroom.
  • Provide a welcome newsletter in each cabin from the captain, along with information about the route, ship, options, etc.
  • Provide more shelving in the cabin and provide a hanging shelf option. Divide areas under the bed to put clothes, with the bottom having felt material.
  • Place railings around all water, pools, and spa, and use slip-free strips.
  • Provide specifications for each cabin along with pictures.
  • Ensure each guest knows about the speaker in the room, how to pull up beds, storage, bathroom usage, etc., during orientation. On the cabin sheet, ask if the passengers prefer firm or medium mattresses.
  • Place the IWorld of Travel brand logo on both sides.
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Port Addresses

Croatia Tips and Customs

Spa/Wellness Recommendations:

 

Cell Phone and Wi-Fi
The Adriatic Queen does offer free Wi-Fi. It works well and is stable especially when in port. We mostly communicate via “WhatsApp” and recommend downloading the app to your phone.

If you only need to charge phones, you can order this on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0B41VPHG8/ref=ewc_pr_img_1?smid=A2N431DYIC8O3P&th=1

If you need to charge laptops, hairdryer, curling iron, you will need a power converter: https://www.amazon.com/International-Adapter-Converter-Straightener-Universal/dp/B07V81Q4XG/ref=sr_1_4

ATMs
The easiest and best way to get cash in Croatia is from an ATM (Bankomat). The Cirrus (tel. 800/424-7787; www.mastercard.com) and PLUS (tel. 800/843-7587; www.visa.com) networks span the globe; look at the back of your bank card to see which network you’re on, then call or check online for ATM locations in your destination. Be sure you know your personal identification number (PIN) before you leave home and be sure to find out your daily withdrawal limit before you depart. Also keep in mind that many banks impose a fee every time a card is used at another bank’s ATM, and that fee can be higher for international transactions ($5 or more) than for domestic ones (where they’re rarely more than $3). On top of this, the bank from which you withdraw cash may charge its own fee.

General Tipping Etiquette in Croatia

Cafes, Bars, and Restaurants

Tipping etiquette in Croatia, as in much of Europe, is to round up your restaurant bill and leave an average of 10% tip. Of course, this becomes arbitrary if you really enjoyed your meal and service, feel free to tip more! At more informal locations such as cafes and bars, simply round up the bill, or add around 5-10%, whichever makes you most comfortable.

Hotel Staff

Tipping to hotels is not required. However, should you find yourself in a luxurious enough establishment to provide porters or house cleaners, a small tip of 5 EUR will suffice.

Guides & Drivers

Tour guides in Croatia are among the best in Europe. As such, tips for your guides should be strongly considered. If you are joining a shared group tour – such as a walking tour of Dubrovnik, or a day trip to Krka or Plitvice National Parks – all parties in the group are welcome to chip in around US (United States) $5-10 each, making up a tidy sum for the tour guide.

Taxis and Private Drivers

Private drivers – such as those provided on our exclusive private airport transfers before or after your cruise or tour – may expect a tip of around US $10-15 per day in service.

All taxis in Croatia are on the meter and tips are not expected. Please note, however, it is widespread practice to round up the fare by adding a couple of Euro primarily to avoid the hassle of loose change!

Tipping on the Cruise (suggested)

Cruise Manager

$60

Ship Crew

$150

Transfers

$2-$5

Local Guides Sightseeing

$5 per   

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I receive travel documents with instructions for the guests as to whom to expect at airports, and where to find their driver?

  • Yes, you will receive e-documents approximately two weeks prior to your travel date. The driver will have a sign that says IWorld of Travel and your guests’ names on it.

 

When are the transfers to the ship?

  • Transfers to the ship are included only on the day of ship departure from a local hotel or local airport. Transfers from the ship on the day of disembarkation are included to a local hotel or local airport. Any transfers arranged outside of these days or location can be arranged at an additional cost.

 

What is stocked in the cabins?

  • Each room is equipped with a hair dryer and small bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Guests are welcome to bring their own hair dryers or other electronics with an EU adapter/converter to plug in.

 

Is laundry service available onboard?

  • Unfortunately, it is not currently.

 

What credit cards are accepted in Croatia?

  • American Express is not as commonly accepted in Croatia. Some places do, but the safest option is Visa or Mastercard, or cash. Please note the ship also does not accept American Express.

 

Do I have a point of contact during travel should anything arise, and we need assistance?

  • This information is included in your final documents. IWOT has staff in Croatia. Also, your Cruise Manager is a great point of contact.

 

Are guests allowed to bring beverages onboard for consumption?

  • Unfortunately, no. The ship’s liquor license forbids that. However, if there is a specialty or specific type of alcohol your guests would like, please tell us ahead of time, and we can try to arrange for that to be stocked on board and provide a price for consumption. Please note that not all brands are available in Croatia.

 

When/how do we submit food and drink preferences/brands?

  • Ship owners have their suppliers for food and drinks. Preferences should be sent at least 2-3 weeks prior to departure. Please include that on the cabin/rooming list that you provide us.

 

What time are the meals served?

  • Breakfast is from 7:30-9:00AM. Lunch is 12:30-2:00PM. The Welcome Dinner and Captain’s Dinner are at 8:00PM but can be arranged with the captain to change the time.

 

What are the tipping guidelines?

  • Please find tipping guidelines in  the section above “Recommendations and Local Info.”

 

How can I make a dinner reservation?

  • Your Cruise Manager and Charter Concierge have a wealth of knowledge and can assist with this. IWOT can also make reservations ahead of time as well. Especially if you have larger groups of more than 10, it is recommended to make a reservation. Otherwise, each port has a plethora of restaurants from which to choose.

 

How do guests get to their cabin?

  • The Cruise Manager or someone from the crew shows guests to their cabin, and the bags are taken directly from the dock.

 

What time does the bar on the ship close?

  • The bar is open from 7:00am-midnight+. The pool (if applicable) and jacuzzi stay open all night. And if guests are still awake, the crew does not close until done, or latest 2:00am.

 

What happens when guests first arrive on board?

  • The Captain and Cruise Manager will make a short presentation to introduce the crew and go over safety protocols of the ship, along with answering any questions.

 

Can people drop luggage early?

  • Yes, they can leave the luggage and enjoy being on the ship in the bar or in the salon. Cabins will be clean and ready from 1pm.

 

Can people leave luggage until 2pm (but check out early).

  • Yes, check out is until 10am and they can leave the luggage until 2pm.

 

Are there hairdryers in the cabins?

  •  Yes

 

Is there shampoo, body wash, and lotion in the cabins?

  • Yes, shampoo, body wash, and lotion are provided in the cabins.

 

Is coffee, water, tea, and some snacks available for self-service 24 hours?

  • As everything is available at the bar and around the bar that means that coffee, tea, and snacks are available only while the bar is open and that would be from 07:00 until 24:00.
  • As for the water, there is a water dispenser at the back of the saloon on the outside, so water is available 24 hours.

 

Is the jacuzzi freshwater?

  • Yes, the jacuzzi is freshwater and filtered by chlorine.

 

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