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The Dalmatian coast of Croatia with its many islands is made for sailing. Just as the Venetians or Romans did, come and enjoy its wonders under sail with a crew at your service catering to your need, on a Sun Loft monohull with its spacious cockpit. You’ll visit well-known fortified towns like Dubrovnik or Korcula, enjoy a natural park and discover more secret places, known almost only to sailors.


DAY 1 - Saturday - DUBROVNIK
Boarding from 5 pm and introduction to your cabin following up with a welcome drink. In the evening, you can have dinner at the restaurant near the marina called Vinbula, or in the old town of Dubrovnik by cab or bus.
DAY 2 – Sunday - LOPUD & SIPAN
Morning sail to the island of Lopud. Relax on the south side of the island at Šunj Beach or explore the north side of the island with its botanical garden. Afternoon sailing to the north side of the island of Šipan in a bay called Šipanska Luka, where you will moor at the village pier. Breakfast and lunch on board (included) Dinner on land, choose one of the restaurants in Šipanska Luka Dubrovnik - Lopud (Šunj): 8 NM (1h30) Lopud (Šunj) - Šipan (Šipanska Luka): 9 NM (2h) For dinner on shore, choose one of Šipanska Luka's restaurants Dubrovnik - Lopud (Šunj): 8 NM (1h30) Lopud (Šunj) – Šipan (Šipanska luka): 9 NM (2h)
DAY 3 – Monday – MLJET (POLACE)
You will begin sailing early in the morning to the natural paradise that is Mljet National Park. Anchor on the north side which is called Polače, inside the bay. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling or paddle boarding. For the evening, you will take the anchorage of a restaurant. Breakfast and lunch on board (included) Dinner on land, the skipper will take you to the restaurant. Šipan (Šipanska Luka) - Mljet (Polače): 22 NM (4h30) Optional: tour in Mljet (to be developed)
DAY 4 - Tuesday - KORCULA
We set sail early to discover the beautiful and well-known city of Korcula, home of Marco Polo! You will moor in the ACI marina of Korcula. Free day and lunch to enjoy the wonders of the old town or visit the island further afield. Breakfast and dinner on board (included) Lunch on land, choose one of the many restaurants in Korcula Mljet (Polače)- Korčula (Marina ACI): 16.5NM (3h30) Optional: tour in Korcula (to be developed)
DAY 5 - Wednesday - MLJET (OKUKLJE)
It is time to go back south and discover the other side of Mljet. After the morning sail, you will stop for lunch in the village of Prozura and anchor in the bay. Relax on board, swim, snorkel or paddle. For the evening stop, a very short sail to Okuklje, a small fishing village, to catch one of the anchorages of the Maestral restaurant. Breakfast and lunch on board (included) Dinner ashore, and the skipper will take you to the restaurant. Korčula (Marina ACI) - Mljet (Prožura) : 27 NM (5h30) Mljet (Prožura)- Mljet (Okuklje) : 4 NM (0h45)
DAY 6 - Thursday – PELSEJAC (KOBAS)
In the morning, enjoy the clear waters of Okuklje Bay. Lunch on board, before a shorter sail today to Pelsejac. On the way, enjoy a quick stop and anchor at the rocky islet of Olipa, before heading to Kobas to anchor at a restaurant called Niko with excellent seafood. Breakfast and lunch on board (included) Dinner on land. Mljet (Okuklje) - Pelješac (Kobaš) : 8 NM (1h30)
DAY 7 - Friday - DUBROVNIK
You will leave Kobaš early in the morning and stop for a morning swim on the island called Jakljan. This island, devoid of restaurants and stores, is well known by sailors as a beautiful swimming spot. Then it's time to head to Dubrovnik with a light lunch under sail. Enjoy the view of this Adriatic jewel as you approach the old walled city. In the afternoon, take a cab or bus, & visit the old town, have a drink in a bar perched on the rocks facing the sea, or take a tour of the walls. Breakfast and lunch on board (included) Dinner in the old town of Dubrovnik Pelješac (Kobaš) - Jakljan: 4 NM (0h45) Jakljan - ACI Marina Dubrovnik: 19 NM (4h)
DAY 8 - Saturday - DUBROVNIK
Breakfast on board and disembarkment in Dubrovnik at 9 am.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)

How can I get to Dubrovnik from France?

If you want to get to Dubrovnik from France, you can fly from Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nice or other cities to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV).

Upon your arrival at the airport, we can also organize a transfer on request to drive you to our base in Dubrovnik, located just 30 minutes by taxi from the airport.

What language is spoken in Dubrovnik?

The official language spoken in Dubrovnik is Croatian. However, you will be able to communicate with most people in the city in English, as many locals are fluent in this language.

What currency is used in Dubrovnik?

The official currency used in Dubrovnik is the Croatian kuna.

What are the customs restrictions for Dubrovnik?

If you plan to sail in Dubrovnik, you won’t need to worry about customs restrictions as this city is in Croatia. However, if you plan to sail to Montenegro from Dubrovnik, please contact us before booking to find out about customs formalities and how to enter the country.

What documents do I need to sail in Dubrovnik?

If you plan to sail in Dubrovnik, you will need a valid passport or national identity card (CNI) for any stay of less than three months in Croatia. Travelers from European Union member countries or Switzerland do not need a visa for stays of less than 90 days.

However, if you are coming from Australia, Canada or the United States, you will need to be in possession of a return ticket to be able to enter Croatia. Also, it is important to note that you will need a boat license recognized by the local port authorities to sail in Croatian waters. If you do not have this type of license, you can hire the services of a professional skipper. For more detailed information on the nautical qualifications required, we invite you to consult our guide. Do not hesitate to contact us to ensure that you have all the necessary documents before your departure.

How do I get around Dubrovnik?

In Dubrovnik it is easy to get around using the public transport system, especially the bus, which is reliable and offers wide coverage. If you prefer, you can also rent a car for more flexibility and autonomy. Road signs are clear in the Dubrovnik area.

It is important to note that the cost of taxis in Dubrovnik can be relatively high, so we advise you to negotiate the fare before boarding the vehicle, in order to avoid unpleasant surprises.

How wide is the wifi network in Dubrovnik?

The wi-fi network in Dubrovnik is generally of good quality. You will find wi-fi hotspots in many bars and restaurants in the town and surrounding villages. In addition, the ACI marina in Dubrovnik offers free internet access.

If you are planning to go on a cruise, you can hire a wi-fi connection to stay connected during your trip. This way you can enjoy the beauty of the Adriatic Sea while staying connected to the world.

What are the regulations in Dubrovnik?

It is important to note that according to the rental contract, it is generally not allowed to sail at night and a permit is required for fishing in Dubrovnik.

If you plan to anchor near Mljet National Park and visit the island, you will need to purchase an entrance ticket. Likewise, if you anchor in the Lastovo Nature Park and want to stay on the island, you will also need to purchase a ticket.

Also, when approaching an ACI marina, it is important to contact marina staff on VHF channel 17 for instructions on how to dock safely.

Where can I find the weather forecast for Dubrovnik?

For accurate weather forecasts for Dubrovnik, you can consult the State Hydrometeorological Institute, which broadcasts weather reports on VHF channels 4, 7, 28 and 85 at 6:20 a.m., 1:20 p.m. and 10:20 p.m. daily.

What bunkering options are there in Dubrovnik?

For your provisioning needs in Dubrovnik, you will find many places to do your shopping. We invite you to consult the database guide for more information on this subject.

What luggage can I take on my sailing holiday in Dubrovnik?

We recommend that you bring soft bags for your luggage on your cruise, as hard suitcases can be bulky and difficult to store on board.

What is the type of electric current in Dubrovnik?

The electrical current in Dubrovnik is 220V, so it is important to ensure that your electrical appliances are compatible with this voltage before you set off on your cruise.

What is the dialing code for Dubrovnik?

The dialing code for Dubrovnik is +385 20. Make sure you understand the applicable international call charges before making calls from your mobile phone.