Split cruise


Split to Split circular cruise is fun and easy going at the same time!

Short sailing distances will leave you more time to swim and explore beautiful Croatian islands!

This tour will include Brač island, known for its pure white marble which was even used to build white house in Washington! Don’t miss opportunity to buy some of the authentic marble souvenirs made by local sculptors!

Further you will visit VIP’s favorite island of Hvar and Vis which are famous for rich gastronomy and excellent night life!

Exploring cocktail bars, restaurants and meeting local people on islands like Šolta and Drvenik will allow you to fully relax and soak in crystal clear Adriatic sea while enjoying the smell of pine trees and sound of crickets, so familiar for Croatian coast…


Trogir - Šolta

Trogir, the town in Split vicinity, will be the harbor of getting aboard. Soon after we will be heading towards island Šolta which is one among all beautiful Croatian islands. With a stunning coastline and a crystal clear sea makes it perfect for spending a day in some of Šolta’s picturesque bays. Lay back, relax, soak Mediterranean fragrance, let our cook surprise you and enjoy like there is no tomorrow. The yacht will anchor in a bay called Nečujam (Quite) to enjoy swimming and diving in the clean sea, relaxation, windsurf, sky jet, and all kinds of sea activities. It is a perfect way to start your holiday!



While you sleep, we will start our journey towards the island of Hvar. During breakfast, you will listen to the calming sound of a beautiful yacht cutting blue waves. We will moor in some quiet bay, and take you to the sightseeing of the beautiful Hvar town with a long and rich history. You can choose the supper in a restaurant or aboard. During summertime, Hvar town and the famous Carpe Diem club is one of the most popular nightlife destinations on the coast. Besides the appealing social life, this is a rich history, including the fortress from Napoleon’s time and the oldest community theatre in Europe, which was founded in 1612, on one of the largest Renaissance squares.



After we moor the yacht in Vis harbor, our recommendation is to rent a scooter and wander across this small, but an extraordinary island. A prime restaurant is on the top of the island, with a relaxed domestic atmosphere, offering the best roasted lamb and vegetables from local green farms, and the view to the astonishing sunset. If you are not a scooter fan, there is a day excursion option, around the island by van. After the all-day trip, you will enjoy an old traditional Croatian meal, the lamb under the steel bell, very tender half- baked half-cooked meat. But if you are not willing to experiment, there are other meat options, too! Plenty of natural pebble beaches on Vis and the clean, transparent sea are perfect for diving, jet ski, windsurfing, and other activities. The island of Vis, known for its fishermen and seafarers, lies far away from the mainland and its troubles. The Greeks founded their first colony on Vis (named Issa) and planted the first grapevine already in the 4th century. A Franciscan monastery was built on the remains of the Greek and Roman theatre in the small town of Vis in the 16th century. Vis is also known as an untroubled island as well! From these times there are many tunnels drilled on the coast for hiding submarines and military boats. The Island of Biševo is on the south-west of Vis, hiding many caves carved into the steep shore. The Blue Cave (Modra Špilja) with entrances both above and below sea level will take your breath away. When the sea is calm, the light diffracts and paints the interior of the cave blue, and anything below the water line, silver.


Stari Grad

Before entering Stari Grad, we will anchor in some quiet bay, to enjoy swimming and diving in the clean sea, relaxation, windsurf, sky jet, and all kinds of sea activities. When you get hungry, our cook will serve you one of his unforgettable meals. Hvar is definitely a place to celebrate life. Stari Grad on Hvar was founded in 385 BC, as the Greek colony Pharos. It is situated at the deepest end of the 6 km long bay. You can see the remains of the Greek fortifications and the fortified castle of the Renaissance poet Petar Hektorovic. Hvar is, without a doubt, an exceptional island, both in Summer and winter. Due to its mild winter climate and rich subtropical vegetation, it has also been called the Croatian Madeira.



We will find a beautiful hidden bay and anchor there for some private time for yourself. After a relaxing day, we will enter the deep bay of Milna to enjoy an evening in this beautiful town. The settlement is built mostly in a typical Mediterranean style. Stone-built houses, neat little alleys, peace, and tranquility are the initial evidence of the cultural splendor of former times. It was developed in the 16th century when an aristocratic family decided to build a fortress and church there. Milna also offers sand and gravel beaches stretching along the coast. Enjoy, soak up the sun, swim, take a walk, go shopping, or have a coffee and enjoy summer in such a stunning little town. Have a tasty meal in one of the fine restaurants, or let our yacht chef surprise you with his choice.



We will use the morning to have a relaxed breakfast and enjoy the smell of pine forest in Milna bay. You can have quick waking up morning swim before sailing toward charming island Veli Drvenik. Before entering the harbor, the captain will find some free bay where the gulet will be anchored during the lunch. Enjoy some of your favorite activities; swimming, ski, snorkeling, jet- ski or read your book in shade while lying on some comfortable boat sunbed. In the late afternoon, we will start traveling towards this small, but a very active city. Drvenik has long lungo mare where many bars and restaurants offer their specialties. Spend the evening in this lovely Mediterranean city and make some lifetime memories with your friends and family.



After the abundant breakfast on boat stern, we will use the day to enjoy last swimming and sunbathing. The lunch will be served in some of the bays on the island Čiovo! Afterward, the gulet will moor close to the Trogir marina. We recommend you to visit this UNESCO protected pearl of Adriatic. The labyrinth of streets will take you to medieval times. Enjoy this stone craft miracle city while sitting in a bar or visiting some small shops around. You can have dinner in some famous fish restaurant in Trogir or let the chef make you a surprise for the last dinner on board.