For season 2015 we have prepared gulet cabin charter Croatia programs starting from Trogir or Dubrovnik at Saturdays. On board of air conditioned gulet San you will experience Croatia at its best. Finally you have the chance to experience the best Blue Voyage combination; this is immense beauty of Croatian coast with Turkey gulet concept on gulet that can accommodate from up to 14 persons maximum at a time.
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Gulet San - cabin charter price list:


Till 18.06.

From 10.09.

18.06. – 16.07.

27.08. – 10.09.

16.07. – 27.08.

The price for a person in double bed cabin

990 €

1.070 €

1.150 €

The price for a person in single bed cabin

1.584 €

1.712 €

1.840 €

Prices in EUR/person/week in a double cabin on half board basis 
Single supplement is 60%

Discount for a person on a third bed: 50% for kids under 12 years and 30% for kids and adults from 12 years.

The price includes: 8 days (7 nights) cruising, Welcome drink, Half board (bed and breakfast, lunch), Crew, petrol, service, Air condition on board, Bed sheets and towels, Sea/sun towels; Wi – fi.
The price doesn't include: Transfer, Entrance for national parks, Drinks, Port taxes and guests taxes (payable on spot 35 € per person/week), one way itinerary.

Departure days: Saturdays
Embarkation: Trogir or  Dubrovnik (Zaton) Harbour; Disembarkation: Trogir or Dubrovnik (Zaton) Harbour, depends on itinerary.
Supplement for one way route: 50 EUR per person 
Embarkation: Saturday at 16:00 
Disembarkation: Saturday by 09:00 
Captain holds the right to change the route in the case of unfavorable weather conditions. It is not permitted to bring your own food or beverages on-board.

Cruise Croatia on our Dalmatian cruise itineraries:


Day 1: Saturday / TROGIR
After a sweltering car drive or a stressful flight step aboard our beautiful vessel. Our crew eagerly awaits your arrival. The crew includes experienced Captain with a friendly face, a cook busy preparing your dinner and the sailor, taking on the role of a shipmate who will help you with the bags, make sure you’ve boarded safely and have comfortably settled in your rooms. A welcome drink and social gathering is to follow and you finally start to let rid off your stress… The first afternoon is spent relaying and getting used to the vessel and the sea, while the evening includes a sightseeing tour one of the most beautiful piers on the Adriatic – Trogir, a Dalmatian town which is on a UNESCO list of protected towns. The city of Trogir is a living museum city. Lovers of historic monuments, works of art, indigenous buildings and beautiful streets will enjoy Trogir tremendously. There, they will came face to face with opulent and layered architectural heritage, from the Romanic courtyard to modern interiors. After dinner we recommend an easy stroll along the Trogir pier where you will be entertained by live performances and plenty of interesting booths. A good night’s sleep is recommended as we head off first thing in the morning! Sent off by the Kamerlengo Tower and with breakfast served, we are cruising towards the Pearls of the Adriatic Sea. Before entering “the new castle” the Captain allows for a stopover in a secluded and beautiful cove ideal for swimming, sunbathing… 
Day 2: Sunday / TROGIR – HVAR
The city of Hvar named as the King of the islands cities, is according to many the most beautiful fashionable place for night clubbing. But Hvar is also a city full of historical heritage and with the Europe’s oldest theater. The city is nestled on the southwestern coastline of the Island in a beautiful cove protected by the Pakleni Islands. Today, the city of Hvar with its rich and tempestuous history is one of the most visited locations and must-see destinations on the Adriatic tourist map. The Hvar Theater, the European oldest theater; the Fortress; the City Loggia; the Cathedral and the Franciscan monastery are just some of the sights that will seduce you with their beauty and take you back in time when Venice, Austrian Empire or Napoleon ruled this area. But the monuments are not the only thing that makes Hvar special. Besides the above mentioned, elongated harbor reaching for the sea and the Pakleni Islands, the unique and agreeable healing climate, many beaches, restaurants, and clubs give this island a century and a half long rich tradition in tourism. So, during the cruise, each day we will make sure you have enough time to spend enjoying the natural beauty of the  clear sea, hidden coves and even sandy beaches! Use every second of your time for enjoyment! 
Day 3: Monday / HVAR – VIS
The island of Vis is a place hiding the splendor of the clear waters, the protected underworld, the rich sunken vessels and the miraculous views of sea’s flora and fauna. An archeological find, the collection Issa, holds a number of valuable finds, including the inscription by the hero Calius from the 4the century BC, the bronze head of Aphrodite or Artemis from the Praxitelean circle and collections of vases (south Italian red figural ornamentation, Gnathia, vases of local origin). The Modra Špilja (the Blue Cave) on the Island of Biševo (visiting this location depends on weather) is located along the southeast side of the small island of Biševo. The island itself is located 3.5 nautical miles southwest of Komiže, a fishing town on the west coast of the island Vis. The Cave is well know for its specific natural blue glow that lights the cave daily from 10.30h until 11.30h on a sunny day. The only way inside the cave is using a boat less than 5 meters long and not taller than 1 meter.
Day 4: Tuesday / VIS – VELA LUKA
Vela Luka is located in a deep and picturesque cove on the north side of the Island of Korčula. The place has about 4,500 inhabitants who are known for their hospitality. Other characteristics of the area include traditional Dalmatian songs, mild and comfortable climate, clean sea and air. For many tourists, the Island of Mljet is just one of the islands lost on the sea horizon, as it can be rather hard to get reach. But do not let this amazing landscapes described in the stories of Odysseus, Saint Paul and the Benedictine monks and the most endangered sea mammal species, the Mediterranean Monk Seal (Monachus monachus hermann) remain unexplored secret for you.
Day 5: Wednesday / VELA LUKA – MLJET
Visually the Island of Mljet is an elongated island, with an average width of about 3 kilometers and 37 kilometers long. From the natural aspects, it is a very unique island and presents interesting contrasts. The National Park “Mljet” covers the island’s nonwestern area and includes 5.375 hectares of protected land and surrounding sea. On the 11th of November, 1960 the area was given the status of a national park and represents government’s first institutionalized attempt to protect an indigenous ecosystem in the Adriatic. The unique panoramic landscape of well indented coast, cliffs, reefs, rocks and numerous small islands, as well as rich topography of surrounding hills, which rise steeply above the sea level protecting vast karst/ limestone fields and ancient settlements in rock formations. Open to the south sea, the island’s outer coastline is very steep and full of “garmas”, the collapsed caves. The inner coastline faces the island’s mainland and is exposed to the strong northeasterly wind knows as “bura” but it’s still less elevated and offers easier access. Furthermore, the intricate system of salt lakes represents a unique geological and oceanographic phenomenon in krst of worldwide importance. The two lakes on the island were for about 10,000 years, until the beginning of the Christian era, filled with freshwater. Along the island’s coastline, some endemic Dalmatian plant can only be found. A unique and beautiful plant called Dubrovačka Zečina is probably the best representative of them all. The Island of Mljet, or warmly named “the second paradise” can best be experienced using a bicycle or a scooter. The lake water is very interesting which makes swimming there a new and unusually experience. In the early evening, with your favorite drink in hand relax on a deck in a comfortable deck-chair and enjoy the view.
Day 6: Thursday / MLJET – KORČULA
Korčula/ the capital city of the island Korčula/ is located along the eastern coastline of the island. It is a beautiful example of archeologically preserved, fortified medieval town. It is built on a small island with a total area of 3 hectares and was only later connected with the island’s mainland.
With a traditional program MOREŠKA, we wish you good night!
Stomorska is a harbor of the Gornje Selo and is considered the oldest settlement of the Šolta area. The steep sides of the cove hide stone settlements, towers and stone steps while an old city center is nestled in the cove itself. In a harbor, which is always full of life, full of unique and recognizable Dalmatian murmur and cacophony of human voices, roar of tools, boat motors and sounds of the waves, a watchful listener can hear and feel the heart beat of this region.
Day 8: Saturday / STOMORSKA – TROGIR
Breakfast is served on board. The check-out time is until 9:00 am.




Check in by 4:00 pm. You will have time to settle in your cabins and enjoy the traditional welcome drink. Dinner will be served on board. You will spend the night on island Šolta. Island Šolta is the island situated in the middle Dalmatia (South Croatia), not far away from Split, west of Brač. Šolta is an ecological island of common Mediterranean vegetation, temperate climate, beautiful natural beaches, and of great wine and fish. It has remained an intact paradise till the present day with its coves, crisp clear sea and green oasis. 
Day 2: Sunday / ŠOLTA, MASLINICA – VIS
Breakfast is served on board. After breakfast we will cruise to island Vis. On the way there we will make few stops for swimming and sunbathing. Vis is the most outerly lying larger Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, and is part of the Central Dalmatian group of islands. Of all the inhabited Croatian islands, it is the farthest from the coast. There are two municipalities on the island, with seats in its two biggest coastal towns: the municipality around the town of Vis covers the eastern part of the island while the one centered in Komiža covers its western half. Lunch is served on board. In the evening you will have an opportunity to explore city Vis.
Day 3: Monday / VIS – HVAR
After breakfast, you will cruise to the island of Hvar. On the way there we will make stops in various bays for swimming and sunbathing. Lunch is served on board. Afternoon is free for individual activities; sightseeing or swimming. In the evening you will enjoy the Captain’s dinner with Dalmatian gourmet dishes. In the evening you will have an opportunity to explore city Hvar. You will spend the night in Hvar. Hvar is an ancient town with a rich history on the island with the same name. Hvar is proud that it has the highest number of sunny hours of all the islands in the Adriatic Sea. Many people say that it is a town as from a fairy- tale because its architecture, wonderful nature and its mild climate. Everybody can find in Hvar all what gives peace to the soul and relaxation to the body.
Day 4: Tuesday / HVAR – KORČULA
Breakfast is served on board. After breakfast our journey will continue and we will cruise to the island of Korčula, the birthplace of Marco Polo. The island of Korčula belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago. It is largely covered with Mediterranean flora including extensive pine forests. Lunch is served on board. In the evening you can explore the city of Korčula and enjoy dinner in one of many small restaurants in the harbour. You spend the night in Korčula.
Day 5: Wednesday / KORČULA – MLJET, POLAČE
After breakfast our journey will continue and we will cruise to the island of Mljet. You will have an opportunity to see the natural beauties of the National Park of Mljet. Mljet is the first larger island one come upon while sailing the Croatian Adriatic from the direction from south to north. Mljet is Croatia’s greenest island with its Mediterranean vegetation, clear and clean sea, gentle sandy shoreline and a wealth of underwater sea life. Mljet is considered to be one of the most beautiful of the Croatian islands too. We spend the night on the island.
Day 6: Thursday / MLJET, POLAČE – ŠIPAN                                                 
Breakfast is served on board. After breakfast we will cruise to island Šipan. On the way there we will make stops in various bays for swimming and sunbathing. Lunch is served on board. Šipan is the largest of the Elaphiti islands, 17 km northwest of Dubrovnik. The island is also famed for its numerous palm tree species that grow on the island. We spend the night on Šipan.
Day 7: Friday / ŠIPAN – LOPUD
After breakfast we will cruise to island Lopud. The beautiful island of Lopud is situated northwest of the city Dubrovnik and is a part of the Elaphiti islands. Most of these islands are very small and uninhabited. Islands Koločep, Lopud and Šipan are the only inhabited islands. Lopud lies between the other two islands and is, in our opinion, the most beautiful. The islands Lopud is famous for its sandy beaches.On the way to island Lopud we will make stops in various bays for swimming and sunbathing. Lunch is served on board. Depending on your outbound flight we can spend your last night on the island of Lopud instead in Dubrovnik.

Depending on sea and weather conditions, organizer reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.


  • 8 days (7 nights) cruising
  • Welcome drink
  • Half board (bed and breakfast, lunch)
  • All inclusive domestic alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks (produced by Croatian companies)
  • Crew, petrol, service
  • Air condition on board
  • Bed sheets and towels
  • Sea/sun towels


  • Entrance for national parks
  • Alcoholic and non alcoholic imported drinks
  • Port taxes and guests taxes (payable on spot 35 € per person/week)
  • Watersports activities
  • One way fee
  • Optional land tours (also trip to Dubrovnik) and entrance fees to historical places and museums..


1. Check in and boarding starts from 16.00 for Croatia cabin charter cruises. On your first day the first meal on board is dinner. "Check out" will be on the last day after breakfast till 09:30 am.
2. As the first and the last days are transfer days, these nights will be spent in the port unless stated otherwise in the program.
3. During the "Croatia Cabin charter cruise" the engines will mostly be used. However the sails can be opened from time to time according to the weather conditions and wind direction. The sail on the yacht can be opened at once in a week if weather conditions will allow it.
4. The captain may make changes to the cruise programme according to the sea and weather conditions. This is for the safety and security of our guests.
6. It is not allowed to bring drinks or alcoholic beverages on board from outside. A large selection of drinks can be purchased from the bar on board the yacht and bills will be paid at the end of the cruise.
7. Our cruises are sold directly as well as through our tour operators. Our clients consist of people who love the sea from all over the globe and we believe this creates the perfect opportunity to meet people from every type of culture. 
8. Our cruises are carefully planned and the program is fixed, unless it have to be changed because of the weather conditions!
9. Every morning when guests are at breakfast there will be a routine cleaning of the WC and cabins. In the middle of the week there will be general cleaning of the yacht.
10. Bed linen is provided at the beginning of the cruise and is not changed until the end unless required.
11. Not allow to bring own drinks on board. Drinks from the gulet's bar!