Adiatic Sea

The Adriatic Sea is one of the world's top destinations for nautical tourism. Over a thousand islands, most of which are completely untouched, are a real challenge for any enthusiast in the sailing. The sea is safe for sailors, and the climate is ideal in the summer months as well as in the pre-season and post-season periods.

North Adriatic (Istria and Kvarner)


Istria is the largest Croatian peninsula famous for its gastronomy, especially for truffles, Malvasia and Terran wines and the best olive oil in the world. Here the Alpine and Mediterranean climate collides, so the interior of Istria is green, while the coastal belt by its climate belongs to the genuine Mediterranean. Our route includes tours of beautiful cities of the rich history - Rovinj, Pula (film festival in the Roman amphitheatre), Brijuni National Park, Kvarner with the Lošinj Archipelago, where we will reveal to you many untouched bathing coves.

North Dalmatia

This part of the Croatian coast hides some of the greatest surprises attracting boaters from all over the world. The Kornati National Park is a paradise for yachtsmen and consists of a multitude of islands where you will experience untouched nature and top gastronomy in hidden taverns. Our route will take you to the historic towns of Zadar and Šibenik, famous for many music festivals. Apart from this, we will bring you to Skradin where the Krka National Park is located, a miracle of nature stretching on 70 and the waterfalls of which are a world attraction. Out of season at these locations there is no crowd and you can experience all this in complete peace.

Central Dalmatia

In Central Dalmatia are located the most famous islands in this part of the Adriatic Sea. The route to these beautiful areas includes visits to the island of Vis well known of its distinctive natural beauty and a lobster home, near which is situated the island of Biševo with a natural phenomenon - the Blue Cave. After a good rest, our destination is Hvar, the sunniest island of rich history with beautiful bays. After swim we will visit the Pakleni islands for a top snack. If you want a good party in the evening, we will head to Bol on the neighbouring island of Brac, which offers a great nighttime entertainment. And finally we will throw an anchor in Split, a city of the Roman Emperor Diocletian.

South Dalmatia

Sailing in South Dalmatia we will start in Dubrovnik wherefrom we will go to get acquainted with historical towns and natural beauties. The first part includes a visit to Elafiti, a group of islands west of Dubrovnik, the largest of which are Šipan, Koločep and Lopud. After that, the route will take us to the Mljet National Park, a magical island with Odysseus cave and other miracles of nature, history and gastronomy that are just waiting for you to discover them. Then we will arrive to the island of Korcula, visit the birth house of Marco Polo and then continue to Lastovo, an island of rich history that has been inhabited for several thousand years. Sailing will end in one of the most beautiful historical cities in the world, in Dubrovnik.