Because we are a charter cruise our routes are not predefined. We are free to go wherever our guests desire provided navigation time and weather conditions permit. We will work very closely with you to come up with the best possible route for your specific wishes. Here are some of our favorites to give you a flavor of our past adventures.
Kornati Islands – There are 140 island that make up the Kornati archipelago named after the largest island of Kornat. There are no permanent inhabitants of the islands some of which are very small. Due to their unusual shape and beauty, The Kornati Islands National Park covers the major part of the archipelago. Here we brought our guests to dine at a beautiful Kornati island restaurant
Trogir – Historic city with preserved castle and tower, dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Reneissance, and Baroque periods. Trogir is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in all of Central Europe. Some of it’s famous sites include the city gate from the 17th century, the city walls from the 15th century and the Fortress Kamerlengo from the 15th century. Here we are in port ready for our guests to explore the town.
Korcula – The main town on the island of Korcula. It is said to be the birth place of Marco Polo. The world famous sword dance “Moreska” performed by locals, can only be seen in Korcula.
Mljet – Island of Mljet boasts two saltwater lakes and is rich in forests and vegetation and its pristine waters. It includes many small settlements but is best know for the National Park Mljet on the northern part of the island.