Seize the opportunity of a wonderful sailing trip in croatia and enjoy the relaxing rithm of a gulet cruise.
We present you Active & Cappuccino Cruise and together with our hosts do our best to satisfy your needs and comply your wishes.
Within these seven days you will explore small places and beautiful towns which made Croatian history. You will have oportunity to feel the vibe of small jewels and taste delicious food in local tavernas.
The city of Trogir is a living museum city.
Lovers of historic monuments, works of art, indigenous buildings and beautiful streets will enjoy Trogir tremendously.
There, they will come face to face with opulent and layered architectural heritage, from the Romanic courtyard to modern interiors.
TROGIR – ČIOVO - SPLIT
Embarkation between 11:30am to 1:00pm.
After embarkation, our representatives and guides will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. After a lunch snack, we weigh anchor and head towards one of the bays at the island of Čiovo, to take the first jump into the waters of the Adriatic Sea. After a long swimming break, we sail to Split, Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 year old city was built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian; today it is protected by the UNESCO. After a city tour, we take a guided walk through the forest park Marjan, located on the homonymous mountain (178 m). Today it is a nature reserve, boasting more than 400 different protected plants. Overnight in the port of Split with its lively atmosphere of a Mediterranean metropolis.
SPLIT – OMIŠ & CETINA – MAKARSKA
After breakfast, we will set off for Omiš, a small town, located at the estuary of the Cetina river. In thousands of years, the river Cetina shaped an impressive canyon and created bizarre formations in the stone of the riverbed. The crystalclear water, the high cliffs – up to 180 m –, the waterfalls and lakes offer sights of an unspoilt nature. A bus will take us to the starting point of our today’s rafting trip, the village of Pavića Most. After being provided with the appropriate
equipment (helmet and life jacket), we will get a detailed instruction before starting our 2.5-hour downstream adventure. Inflatable boats for six to eight passengers, steered by experienced skippers, will take us down the Cetina, passing smooth rapids, gorgeous waterfalls, and a simply unique countryside, which is home to many rare birds and other wildlife. On our way, we will make two breaks to have an energy snack and to take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear
water. Our destination is the “Radmanove Mlinice”, a unique spot featuring old water mills and an outdoor restaurant surrounded by an amazing countryside. Take the opportunity to have an unforgettable al fresco lunch (we do highly recommend the “Rafting-Menu”), before the bus will take us back to the vessel. Those who do not wish to participate in the rafting trip will have the opportunity to stroll through the lovely town of Omiš, or to relax and unwind in one of the
cafés in the old town. After leaving Omiš, we will set off for a bay to take a swim. Afterwards we will head to the Makarska Riviera, known for its gorgeous beaches of fine gravel, which here, punctuated by short sections of rock, string together like a pearl necklace. Dinner on board and overnight stay in Brela, Baška Voda or Makarska.
MAKARSKA – PELJEŠAC
Today we wll continue our cruise south. Our destination is the Pelješac peninsula, which is the second largest peninsula in Croatia and is well known for its excellent wines, Postup and Dingač. We will anchor in Kućište, from where we will start our bike tour to Orebić, a picturesque town located at the foot of the Sveti Ilija mountain (961 m). After a tour through the town, we will take a walk to the Franciscan convent dating back to the 16th Century (approx. 2 km), located 152 metres above sea level. From here you can enjoy panoramic views over the sea and the opposite island of Korčula. Visit one of Orebič’s cozy restaurants for lunch. Afterwards you are invited to enjoy wine tasting and to assure yourself of the quality of the wines produced in this area. We will return by bike to Kućište (approx.5 km), where we will have dinner on board. Overnight stay in Kućište.
PELJEŠAC – MLJET – KORČULA
After breakfast, we will leave the Pelješac peninsula and continue our cruise to the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a national park – two salt water lakes (in the larger of the two there is a small island with a former monastery) are connected only by a narrow channel to the sea. We moor in the small port of Pomena, just a few steps away from the entrance to the national park. Enjoy a guided walk through the amazing national park, which also includes a boat trip across the big lake to the monastery island. Afterwards we will have lunch aboard, before we set off for the island of Korčula. In olden times, Korčula was also called the “Black Island”, because of its vast pine forests, which used to cover the entire island. Korčula, because of its fortress like appearance it is often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik”. Overnight stay in the birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.
KORČULA – HVAR
After breakfast, we will have the opportunity to explore the historic town of Korčula, before we are invited to enjoy a cappuccino in this very unique scenery. Afterwards we will unload the bikes and start our ride to the small place of Račišce (approx.13 km). Today’s tour will take us alongside the sea and offers stunning views of the surroundings. In Račišce, we will get back on board and set off for the island of Hvar. On our way, lunch will be served, before anchoring in a secluded bay of the small island of Šćedro, where we will enjoy an extended break for swimming and sunbathing.
Afterwards we will continue our cruise, heading to Hvar. After a guided walk through the city, we’ll take a 20-minute climb to the fortress “Španjola”. From here, we can enjoy magnificent views over the old town of Hvar and the offshore islands “Pakleni otoci”. After this great experience, we will set off for a nearby bay, where we will spend the night and enjoy the Captain’s Dinner.
HVAR - BRAČ
Today we will sail around the north-western tip of the island of Hvar, heading to Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island. Stari Grad (Croatian: old town), once called “Pharos”, used to be the capital of the island, but has lost his leading position centuries ago to the town of Hvar. Even today well-preserved monuments bear witness of the splendour of times past, like the Palace of Hektorović. Stari Grad has, however, kept its role as the centre of viticulture and every year at the end of September, you may see long queues outside the wineries, when growers deliver their grapes. Our today’s bike
tour will lead us to Jelsa, a picturesque place, located at a distance of approx. 22 km from Stari Grad. After a break, we will ride all the way back to Stari Grad, where we will get back on board. Afterward we will set off for a nearby bay to have lunch and to enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear sea, before we continue our cruise to the island of Brač. In the afternoon, we will visit the town of Bol, known for the most famous beach in Croatia – Zlatni Rat (the “Golden Horn”). It’s a natural phenomenon, because the tip of the beach is constantly changing its direction with the ocean
currents, and every few years – during the rare winter storms – the beach is entirely washed away; anyhow, two or three days later it will reappear in all its glory! Overnight in Bol.
BRAČ - TROGIR
After breakfast, we will start our bike tour (approx. 14 km). Passing the Dominican monastery, we will reach the village of Murvica. We will make a short break before returning to Bol, where we will go for a swim at the famous beach “Zlatni Rat”. Afterward we will get back on board to set off for a nearby bay, where we will have lunch and plenty of time for swimming and sunbathing. In the afternoon we will return to Trogir, the starting point of our cruise. With its amazing old town, protected by the UNESCO, Trogir is also called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and discover impressive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults. Overnight in the port of Trogir.
Day 8 - Saturday / disembarkation untill 9:00 AM
Cruise price details
Price per person
Accomodation on selected shared cabin, check out single use and details
First floor cabins
Price may vary depending on the cruise date.
Second floor cabins
Price may vary depending on the cruise date.
Included in the price
8 days cruise according to the itinerary Half board Welcome snack Captain's dinner English & German speaking representative on embarkation day English & German speaking guide during the whole cruise Rental bike (please advise us at the time of booking if you require a helmet) Guided bicycle tours according to itinerary Guided hikes according to the itinerary Cetina river rafting trip Wine tasting in Orebić Entrance fee to the island of Mljet National Park incl. Boat trip to the monastery island Cappuccino in Korčula Entrance fee to the fortress “Španjola” in Hvar Guided city tour of Split Guided city tour of Trogir
*NOTICE: Although the itinerary is following the motto “anything goes but nothing's compulsory”, and you can decide which activities you wish to participate in, there will be no refund for unused services
Anything not specifically mentioned in "Price includes"
Drinks on the board
Transfer from/to airport (on request) - Park. place for the cars - The entrances in the Nat. Parks
Entire yacht price
Book the entire yacht for a private trip
Yacht additional fees
no additional fees
Yacht - GULET
An extremely strong iron and a modern yacht technology
This amazing Gulet (Captain Hook) was built in 1991, according to Lloyds and Solas rules. Her large draft and weight make her roomy and a stable sailing vessel. Interior is made of bright materials and bright mahogany.
Toys on board
Chef on board
bedclothes, dressing and beach towels, hair-driers
deck furnished with beds for sunbathing
Saloon - Coffee Bar (air conditioned, TV, DVD, Hi-Fi, play station, Wi-Fi - books, games
providing pleasant atmosphere for variety of animations, party and celebration organizations)
. Kitchen and the Dining Area (nicely equipped for unique gastronomic experience of Mediterranean cuisine)
We offer you the possibility to organize your wedding on one of our ships!
You can choose the one day arrangement with celebration or whole cruise (7 days or shorter). You can also spend your honeymoon on the ship.
First floor cabins
Second floor cabins
Cruise activities and tips
As a present from us a city tour of Korcula (1h) with licensed guide
As a present you will enjoy on board a Captain's dinner!
Take the opportunity to have an unforgettable al fresco lunch (we do highly recommend the “Rafting-Menu”), before the bus will take us back to the vessel. Those who do not wish to participate in the rafting trip will have the opportunity to stroll through the lovely town of Omiš, or to relax and unwind in one of the cafés in the old town. After leaving Omiš, we will set off for a bay to take a swim. Afterwards we will head to the Makarska Riviera, known for its gorgeous beaches of fine gravel, which here, punctuated by short sections of rock, string together like a pearl necklace. Dinner on board and overnight stay in Brela, Baška Voda or Makarska.