Luxury Dubrovnik cruise, Croatia
Upper deck cabins also available. Plus port tax 79 Euros per person.
Description of Luxury Dubrovnik cruise, Croatia
This luxury Dubrovnik cruise takes you to the best of Croatia’s coastline on a modern new motor yacht. You’ll spend eight days cruising the waters on a vessel that’s small enough to access the ports and bays that larger ships are unable to reach. Staffed by a Croatian captain and crew, the ship holds a maximum of 36 passengers and comes complete with a restaurant, an on-deck jacuzzi and a swimming platform.
You’ll spend around four hours cruising each day, leaving plenty of time for sightseeing, swimming and wine tasting. Your journey will take you to secluded beaches, islands and fishing villages, as well as famous medieval towns and islands, including Hvar, Split and Korcula, where you’ll have the option of exploring along or taking guided walks. Breakfast and lunch are included, but the evenings will be free, so you can sample the many excellent bars and restaurants along the coast.
3 Reviews of Luxury Dubrovnik cruise, Croatia
Reviewed on 08 Sep 2019 by Michael JacobsonThe delightful interaction among the passengers was something we did not expect and enjoyed. Likely new friendships were created. Read full review
Reviewed on 24 Jul 2018 by Barbara OsborneWe had a fabulous time and as first time visitors to Croatia felt that small ship cruising was the best way to see most during our seven days. Read full review
Reviewed on 05 Jul 2017 by Eve DixonThe whole experience was amazing. Mixing with people from all over the world was wonderful and educational. Everyone was friendly and inclusive which was great for me as I was travelling alone. Read full review
PlanetWe can book this trip for you via train so you do not need to take a single flight. Please see above for details.
The food and wine served on board is almost 100% locally produced, supporting many small producers, keeping food miles to a minimum and helping to maintain the traditional small scale farming and fishing that the coast and islands depend on
This vessel is owned and sailed by the captain of the vessel, and he is passionate about raising awareness of environmental, economic and sustainable tourism policies in Croatia. He believes the promotion of environmental awareness in the region will have a prolonged and positive impact on the livelihoods of the local people and maintain Croatia as a sustainable tourism destination for future generations.
It is vital sustainable tourism is embraced in Croatia to preserve its natural beauty as well as protect local stakeholders. The captain and his crew and their families rely 100% on the beauty of Croatia to attract tourism and provide them with a living, so they are more aware than anyone of the importance of maintaining their environment.
They take important steps to maintain the environment: No waste product of any sort is ejected overboard, solid, liquid, food waste or anything at all. You can see the benefit of this, even when in harbour you will see fish and other marine life around the boat that can only exist in clean water.
Being a modern ship, launched in 2016, with modern engines, fuel consumption is kept to a minimum and emissions are minimised.
They will share the responsibility to protect the environment, customs and traditions of the region with our guests and find this is appreciated as they gain knowledge and receive a culturally diverse experience whilst travelling.
PeopleVast floating blocks of flats, otherwise known as cruise ships, arrive direct from Venice and spill their loads onto the Dubrovnik dock where they are met by a huge fleet of buses that whisk them for a couple of hours in the beautiful city. These monoliths cruise past one of Europe's most beautiful coastlines with barely a second glance, and without a thought to the places they are missing.
Our vessel, on the other hand, stops at many small ports and towns where we can fully enjoy some of the very best that Croatia has to offer. The money that we will spend in many of these smaller communities will help to preserve the fantastic heritage of these antique coastline. Our visits to Mljet National Park & The Benedictine monastery on St Mary Isle will help preserve them by putting a little funding directly into their coffers.
Our vessels are captained and crewed by Croatians, and most of the produce served on board in sourced locally, sometimes from the crew’s family members.