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7 days cruising the Adriatic coast from Tivat to Split

7 days cruising the Adriatic coast from Tivat to Split

Day 1
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Sunset cruise to Kotor

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Superyacht captain Craig Martin, 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.

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Day 2
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Wake up in Sipan before heading to Dubrovnik

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This morning you will wake in a beautiful secluded bay on the island of Sipan, one of Croatia's hidden gems. The waters are beautiful, clear and calm here and idyllic for water sports of all types. You can remain here until late in the afternoon and then relocate to Dubrovnik.

Once anchored a tender will be ready to take you ashore to stroll around this beautiful city to explore its cobbled stone streets, stairways and alley ways. All this exploring can create a thirst so why not meander towards Caffe Bard where a table will be reserved for you to have a couple of cocktails. This bar built into the cliff and town walls offers incredible views over Lokrum Island and beyond and is the best place in Dubrovnik to watch the sun go down. When ready, the tender will collect you and bring you back for dinner on board.

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Day 3
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Discover Mljet and Korcula

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Awake this morning to find yourself at anchor in the beautiful nature reserve of Polace on the island of Mljet. The yacht will be secured to the rocks and set up so that you have your own private “swimming pool” for another day of water sports and family fun. There is an option to do a tour ashore to see the nearby national park and swim in the inland lake, where you can find a local café to frequent if you get peckish.

Late in the afternoon you will cruise across the channel to Korcula and tie up for the evening. Korcula is famous for its clear warm water and seafood. It is a perfect opportunity for a sea food feast — either ashore in one of the many excellent restaurants or prepared to your liking on board by your personal chef.

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