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Croatia: 7 days cruising from Tivat to Split

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Sunset cruise to Croatia

Captain Craig Martin, of recently refitted charter yacht QM of London, is a huge fan of Croatia for a family orientated vacation. Here he shares a sample itinerary of how to make the most of a luxury yacht charter in Croatia.

1. Sunset cruise to Kotor

Arrive into Tivat airport and meet your captain who will escort you to your yacht. Once you are settled on board, lines will be slipped and you will take a short scenic cruise to a pretty anchorage in the Bay of Kotor for an afternoon of water sports and relaxing.

If you would like to stretch your legs after your flight maybe take the tender ashore to walk around the walls of the city. If you are feeling a little more adventurous you can do a short hike up Mt Lovcen towards an ancient monastery, which offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Bay of Kotor.

In the evening take a sunset cruise and eat dinner underway as you head towards Gruz Harbour for clearance into Croatia. The cruise is 50nm and will take approximately 4.5 hours.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com

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