Secrets of the Adriatic

Come and discover the secrets of the Adriatic Sea and experience why it is known as the Mediterranean as it once was.

Ship Specifications:

  • Length 44 meters
  • Width 9 meters
  • Cruising speed 19 n/m per hour


Deluxe accommodation for up to 38 guests in 18 cabins.
Main Deck – 8 x 15m double bed cabins with windows;
2 x 14m twin bed cabins with windows
Lower deck – 2 x 17m cabins with 3 single beds with porthole;
2 x 15m twin bed cabins with additional bed for child with porthole;
4 x double bed cabins with  porthole

Safe for personal items and hair dryer in each cabin
Individually controlled air conditioning in each cabin


Guest Services & Information
Restaurant and lounge area – all air-conditioned.
Bar serving full range of domestic & international drinks
Large sunbathing deck with sun beds
Swimming pool on deck
Breakfast – buffet style
Lunch – waiter service, professional chef
Meals mostly Mediterranean, fish & meat specialities, 3 courses
Embarkation on day of arrival after 12h00
Disembarkation after breakfast.  Breakfast is last meal


DAY 1:  Sunday
Board your boat in Split this morning for your cruise of a lifetime.  Depart at lunchtime for Primosten, a beautiful fishing village with a natural harbour protected by a thick pine forest.  Stop en route to swim.

Lunch on board.



DAY 2:  Monday
Leaving Primošten, we sail through the majestic Kornati National Park. Declared a National Park in 1980, it is one of the few underwater national parks in the world.  With 150 islands in a sea area of 320km2 Kornati are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea.  This archipelago, dating back to prehistoric times, has a unique natural beauty with numerous bays and coves and an extremely rich marine ecosystem.  George Bernard Shaw wrote about the Kornati islands saying ‘On the last day of creation, God wanted to crown His work, so He created the Kornati Islands’.


DAY 3:  Tuesday SALI – ZADAR

After lunch we will arrive in Zadar, the largest town in the central Adriatic.  Spend some time visiting the Roman forum, experience the amazing sea organ and this evening, ‘Greet the Sun’ with the locals.

Breakfast and lunch on board.

DAY 4:  Wednesday

Depart Sali for Božava, a small village on the northern side of Dugi Otok, meaning ‘Long Island’.  This island derived its name from its distinctive shape – 45km long and only 5km wide. This island has the largest number of Maritime Pine trees in the western Mediterranean.  A nature park, Telascica, covers the southern part of the island.  There are eleven villages concerned primarily with fishing, although salt was once produced here, which is where the island got its name.  Olive oil, figs, cheese and wine accompany the seafood in the traditional diet. A definite step back in time, the island boasts an ancient pre-Roman church and some Roman ruins.

Breakfast and lunch on board.

DAY 5:  Thursday
We continue sailing to Vodice, the best known tourist destination on the Adriatic.  Vodice has something for everyone – long beaches flanked by walkways for quiet walks in the evening, as well as a vibrant nightlife with many restaurants and pubs.

Breakfast and lunch on board.


DAY 6:  Friday
Leaving Vodice, we sail toward Zlarin, stopping on the way in Sibenik. Spend some time wandering through the narrow streets of the city, famous for its cathedral which was built in the 15th century in Renaissance style and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

After lunch, continue on to Zlarin or Rogoznica, a fisherman’s town.
Tonight we enjoy Captain’s dinner on board

Breakfast, and dinner on board.

DAY 7:  Saturday
Depart Zlarin/Rogoznica and sail back to Split, stopping en route to swim.  Spend the afternoon exploring this unique museum-town on your own, or join a guided tour.

DAY 8:  Sunday

Time to say farewell!  Disembark after breakfast, relaxed and ready for the next phase.

Cruising route is subject to change depending upon weather conditions. This cruise provides plenty of time for sunbathing, swimming and exploring interesting resorts, small bays and attractive Dalmatian towns.


  • 8 days/7-nights cruise
  • Accommodation in deluxe cabins with private, en-suite bathroom facilities in category of your choice
  • Welcome drink and snack
  • Buffet breakfast daily
  • 3 course meals for lunch daily – starter, main course of traditional fish/meat dishes followed by desert
  • ½ litre of water per person per day with lunch
  • Captain’s dinner
  • Complimentary use of snorkelling equipment and sea kayaks
  • Services of 7 crew members
  • Services of English speaking cruise director
  • Cabin cleaning service daily


  • Beverages
  • Port taxes (Approx 40 euro per person)
  • Pre and post accommodation (available on request)
  • Airfare
  • Visas (if required)
  • Gratuities (suggested 30 euro per week)
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Optional excursions described in itinerary

The cruise provides plenty of time for sunbathing, swimming and exploring the charming Dalmatian towns.
In the case of unfavorable weather and/or sea conditions, the cruise itinerary may be modified in the interest of passenger’s safety.
CROATIA-ALA-CARTE reserves the right to change the vessel provider, if the contracted services are not supplied according to the previously agreed standards.
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