Milna, Island Brač (14Nm)
After picking You up at the airport we will go straight to the boat. When You get familiar with Your new home and Your Skipper we will set sail to the close island of Brač, to a town called Milna. Milna is famous by its marvelous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diokletian have found a secure harbor in the time of the building of his palace in Split. Today there is a marina with several berths, modern equipped for secure stay.
Hvar/Pakleni islands (18Nm)
After breakfast and coffee on Riva (boardwalk), we will sail further south to a glamorous destination, to the island of Hvar and its surrounding islands, Pakleni Otoki. Hvar has a growing reputation as an exclusive party destination with recent guests: UK Prince Harry, Bill Gates, John Malkovich, Roman Abramovich, Kevin Spacey, Paris Hilton, Beyonce & Jay-Z as well as many others. Hula-Hula and Carpe Diem are known worldwide for their parties, so you don’t want to be missed. The city is a unique blend of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage, and elite tourist present, an inexhaustible treasury of the unique scenery, great atmosphere and adventure. If Hvar (the city) is a place to be during the night, than Pakleni Otoki is where everybody wants to be during the day. This gorgeous chain of 21 wooded isles has crystal-clear seas, hidden beaches and deserted lagoons. And we’ll be there exploiting these gifts of nature.
Komiža, Island Vis (22Nm)
After a day in and near Croatian St. Tropez as they call it, we will head towards island of Vis. We will spend the night in lively fishing town called Komiža, but before we reach this picturesque town we will explore beautiful beaches on South side of Vis, including the hidden beach Stiniva. Komiža is a locality with a port on the foothills of the hill Hum (587 m) on the west coast of the island of Vis. It is situated in a deep bay with eastern side full of gravel beaches. The island’s famous historical and cultural component includes monastery, fortress. Fishermen from Komiža are quite famous so fish and the fruits of the sea have become traditional food on this island, especially lobsters. Wines from Komiža are also known and highly esteemed.
Biševo-Stončica, Island Vis (13Nm)
Just 5 miles from Komiža lay island of Biševo. This small island is famous for its sandy beaches and many caves. It is best known for its rare natural phenomenon, Modra špilja (Blue cave). The interior of the cave and the sea inside it are an indescribable silver-blue color. The rays of sun that penetrate through the only crack into the cave are reflected in the sea, creating incredible light effects. After a visit of cave we will sail to North-East side of Vis where we will spend the night in a beautiful bay Stončica.
Drvenik Veli (23Nm)
Wakeup-swim in crystal clear water just off of your boat is just priceless and great intro in to a new sailing day. Beside summer joys today’s goal is to start sailing North and reach anchorage on East side of island Drvenik Veli. This is one beautiful calm anchorage, perfect for some star observation before deserved bed time.
After another night out on anchorage, today we will explore streets of an old town, pearl of the region, Trogir. Trogir is over flown with preserved historical monuments. Lovers of cultural monuments, works of art, original buildings and beautiful streets shall learn here about its magnificent and multi-layered heritage, left from Romans and Greeks. By no doubt it was a right choice to put Trogir on UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites
Kaštela (15Nm) & Split
On Friday night we will return to our base in Kaštela. But there is something more to experience before you leave. We will visit the city of Split. Split is the capital of Dalmatia and the status is well deserved. Without hiding their pride, the people of Split will tell you that their city is »the most beautiful in the world.« There is no need to discuss this with them, as high-spirited city will soon convince you of this. This eternally young city with a population of about 200.000, who give it its warm Mediterranean temper, has lived its urban rhythm for as long as 1,700 years, with its heart in Diocletian’s Palace ant its soul with arms outspread to embrace you. Ever since this time, the city, protected by UNESCO and entered into the register of World Cultural Heritage, has been writing the history of the Croatian south’s unique capital.
Early brakfast together before going home