Day 1 Split | Embark
Arrive in Split where you will embark M/S Ambassador and settled into your cabins by 1pm. Join the rest of the team for a dinner at 7pm where the Captain introduces you to the crew and your fellow passengers.
Day 2 Split | Trogir
This morning, your English speaking guide will do an afternoon Split City tour, walking you through the world famous Diocletian’s Palace. Split is the second largest urban center in Croatia and the seat of the Split-Dalmatia County. Over 1700 years old, Split abounds with cultural and historical sights, lots of them situated within the Split’s historical nucleus which has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List ever since 1979.
At 12 am you will sail out for Trogir, another city inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Lunch will be served on board and you'll have a swim stop en route, arriving in Trogir in the afternoon. This town - museum is literally packed with palaces, churches, monasteries, and towers, the main attraction being the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, probably the finest example of sacral architecture in Croatia. A professional English speaking guide will take you for a Trogir city tour. Afterward, you’ll have the evening on your own, free to explore or have dinner in one of Trogir’s s cozy taverns. Overnight in Trogir Historical Town.
Day 3 Bol | Hvar
Cruise towards Bol this morning, a place best known for its beach of Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape), which regularly hits the top lists of the most beautiful European beaches. Enjoy simple pleasures such as taking a walk around this nice little Dalmatian town or have a cup of coffee or a swim until lunch is served on board. After lunch, continue cruising along the many scenic coves and bays, all the way to Hvar. Besides being the sunniest Croatian island, Hvar is also one of the country’s most attractive tourist destinations and a meeting point of international jet setters. Upon your evening arrival at Hvar, a local English speaking guide will walk you through this unique town, introducing you to its millennia-long history, culture and a way of life, along with few island’s peculiarities, such as the traditional farming of lavender. Afterwards, you'll have an evening on your own to explore and dine in one of the numerous family-owned restaurants and taverns. Overnight in Hvar Historical Town.
Day 4 Biševo Blue Cave | Vis
Cruise to the Island of Biševo and its Blue Cave, one of the most famous natural attractions in the whole of the Adriatic Sea. Blue Cave is a water-logged cave that can be approached only by boat. The sunbeams penetrating through a submarine opening in Blue Cave get reflected from its white bottom floor, creating a stunningly magical effect of deep aquamarine and shiny silver light. However, at times high waves prevent the entrance to Blue Cave, which is something you shall not know before the morning designated for your visit. In case you can't enter Blue Cave due to such sea conditions, you will get a full ticket refund. On the other hand, if you succeed in visiting Blue Cave, you shall cruise to the Island of Vis after lunch. Being an important strategic military stronghold for a long time, Vis was spared the excessive tourist development and thus retained its unspoiled beaches, ecological agriculture, and traditional architecture. Overnight in Vis
Day 5 Vis | Korčula
You will start the day with morning departure towards the Island of Korčula. Before lunch, stop for a swim in one of the pristine bays en route. Your arrival to the Island of Korčula is scheduled for the afternoon. Town of Korčula is the island’s main settlement and is known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, one of the world’s most famous explorers of all times. The English speaking guide will take you for a tour of Korčula Town, through its narrow and cobbled streets and its rich history. You’ll have the rest of the evening free to enjoy dining at one of the local restaurants of your choice. Overnight in Korčula Historical Town,
Day 6 Korčula | Mljet National Park
- 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Sailing out from Korčula in the morning, cruise towards Mljet National Park where you can expect to come around 10am. You’ll have just enough time to explore the park, walk around Great and Small Lake and visit the Islet of St. Mary with its Benedictine Monastery from the 12-century or take a swim in the heart of Mljet National Park. Entrance fees to National Park Mljet are included. Return to the boat for lunch. In the afternoon, continue your cruise to the Island of Šipan where you’ll anchor in a picturesque peaceful fishermen’s village of Šipanska Luka. In case dock and lock schedules or weather conditions prevent you from anchoring here, you will then cruise to Slano, located on the mainland. In the evening, enjoy Captain’s Dinner on board, along with some live music entertainment. Overnight in Šipanska Luka or in Slano on the mainland.
Day 7 Dubrovnik City Walls
Morning departure to Dubrovnik, passing by Elaphiti islands where directly to the historical centre of Dubrovnik, the famous city enlisted as UNESCO’s World Heritage site. Cruise along Dubrovnik City walls and fortifications and have lunch on board directly in front of the Historical centre where you will have chance to take unforgettable group photo of breath-taking Dubrovnik. Spend this last evening on anchorage in front of the Old Town. It all depends on weather condition and port authorities permissions, and alternative port is Dubrovnik Gruž harbour. In any case on that day your own English speaking guide will show us the most interesting sights of Dubrovnik. After city tour you will be left on your own to explore the city, visit City Walls or take the cable car to the top of the Mount Srđ and have intimate farewell dinner. Return scheduled transfer to boat will be organize. You will see why this city is called the Pearl of the Adriatic. Overnight in Dubrovnik,
Day 8 Dubrovnik | Disembark
After breakfast, the time has come to say farewell to all your new friends before disembarking.