West Nautical18A Osborne RoadJesmondNewcastle upon TyneNE2 2ADUnited Kingdom
Pristine national parks, ancient historical port towns and hundreds of uninhabited islands await on your luxury charter from Split to Dubrovnik.
Embark in the vibrant port city of Split. Settle in on board and meet your wonderful captain and crew on board Papa Joe.
Discover the ancient imperial Roman palace which belonged to the Roman Emperor Diocletian and stroll through the narrow streets of Split, where Roman, medieval and Renaissance buildings coexist alongside traditional cafes and galleries.
In the afternoon you will cruise to the spectacular and secluded Kornati islands.
Made up of 140 uninhabited islands, islets and coral reefs covering over 300 square kilometres, the Kornatis are the largest and most dense archipelago in the Adriatic.
Most of the islands and islets are part of the Kornati National Park, where crystal clear waters surround these lunar-like islands. Discover the beauty of the islands for yourself, likely in complete seclusion. Sail, swim, paddle board and kayak through the narrow passages, uncovering caves and grottoes along the way.
Head ashore to hike and discover mesmerising natural rock formations. The vast and calm waters are the ultimate playground for enjoying the yacht’s amenities.
Spend the evenings in complete privacy, enjoying outstanding dinners either on board or aground.
The isolated beaches and bays of the Kornati make the perfect location for intimate beach barbecues. Alternatively, a handful of fabulous restaurants can be found dotted throughout the islands.
The most remote and least inhabited of the Dalmatian islands, Vis has a low key vibe, making it the ultimate destination for relaxing.
Sunbathe on the secluded shoreline, snorkel in the crystal-clear waters or explore the coast on stand up paddle boards. There is also the option to cruise to the small nearby island of Bisevo to discover the Blue Grotto, known for its glowing, iridescent blue light.
In the evening take a stroll through the cobbled streets of one of the island’s sleepy villages before heading back for sundowners on board.
A third of the majestic island of Mljet is occupied by the Mljet National Park, with its spectacular lakes and miles of forest.
Awaken your sense of adventure, paddle boarding and kayaking along the coastline and two saltwater lakes before heading ashore to hike the island’s magnificent trails which offer views of Korcula and Peljesac.
Ashore there are several historic sites to visit, including a Benedictine monastery and Polače village, which is home to fascinating ruins from an Ancient Roman palace dating back to the 5th century AD.
Disembark in Dubrovnik.
Charming cafes are to be found every step of the way, while in the modern part of town you will find plenty of high-end establishments serving modern and experimental cuisine, all with typical Croatian hospitality.