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Dubrovnik and the enticing Dalmatian Coast of Croatia await with some of our most spectacular Mediterranean cruises. Enjoy the warm, turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea as you snorkel, kayak, or swim. This region of the Mediterranean is also known for its exquisite and savory wines, which you can sample as you tour the local towns and vineyards where they are produced. The archaeological treasures of Dubrovnik and the neighboring towns along the coast date back to antiquity, including a variety of architectural styles ranging from Baroque to Gothic to Byzantine and even ancient Greek buildings. Island hopping tours will take you to some of the more remote sites as well as visiting other countries like Italy & Montenegro. Let us know when you're ready to start planning your trip to Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Coast!

10 Best Cruises to Dubrovnik for 2021

Luxury Cruises from Dubrovnik for 2021

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The Best of Croatia$44208Jun 4, 2021From Venice, set sail for Croatia and its many hidden treasures on this 8-day cruise aboard the luxurious Le Lyrial. Explore the wild beauty and …
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Croatia in Depth$45158Apr 16, 2022Azure waters abound along the stunning Adriatic coast, where Croatia presents its own distinct form of beauty. From Dubrovnik to the island of …
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Civitavecchia to Venice$729912Sep 11, 2021Enjoy the Mediterranean sun from aboard the Sea Dream I, while you visit classical villages in Croatia, Montenegro, Italy, and Sicily on this 12-day …
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Venice to Athens$629911Sep 22, 2021Enjoy Classical charm on this magical 11-day cruise across the Adriatic Sea, making your way through the Corinth Canal and ending at the famous …
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From the Serenissima to the City of Gods$44208Jul 16, 2021Join the Le Lyrial for an unforgettable circuit that will take you from the Adriatic Sea to the Aegean Sea, discovering the unmissable sites of …
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Athens to Lisbon$720016May 10, 2021Explore Greece, Croatia, Italy, Malta, Spain and Portugal during this magical 16-day cruise through the Mediterranean aboard the luxurious Silver …
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From the Serenissima to the City of gods$57108Sep 4, 2021Le Bougainville invites you on an unforgettable 8-day Mediterranean cruise that will take you from the Adriatic Sea to the Aegean Sea, discovering …
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Eastern Mediterranean Enchantments$45058Apr 9, 2022Join the 8-day Eastern Mediterranean cruise aboard Emerald Azzurra and explore the wealth of beauty that Greece has to offer. Visit Sarandë on the …
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Highlights of Southern Italy$39658Aug 13, 2022Board the Emerald Azzurra on this 8-day cruise to experience the breathtaking beauty of Southern Italy. Sail from Civitavecchia to Amalfi and all the …
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From Venice to Rome$48108Oct 2, 2020Embark aboard Le Lyrial for this exceptional 8-day cruise around the Italian Peninsula.
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Dubrovnik Cruise Tips & Travel Guide

Cruising between Croatia, Italy, and Greece

Some of our favorite Mediteranean cruises are between Croatia and Italy visit the Italian cities of Venice or Civitavecchia, just 80k from Rome. 
The legendary Greek Islands are frequently combined with Croatia:
Mediterranean cruises in and around Croatia

As you explore the history and sea scapes of the Adriatic Sea, you will swim in the refreshing waters of beautiful archipelagos with over one thousand islands, and visit cities with thousands of years of history. 

The Dalmatian Coast: Is a narrow belt of the east shore of the Adriatic Sea. Starting from island of Rab in the north to the Bay of Kotor in the south, the Dalmatian Coast  is legendary for it's quaint ports, rugged mountains, dozens of spectacular castles.
Expeditions along Croatia's Dalmatian Coast feature charming destinations like:
  • Split: The coastal city known for having some of the best beaches for swimming nearby, including the famed beach town of Bol on the island of Brač
  • Zadar: This city on a peninsula has romain ruins, medieval churches and trendy cafes 
  • Mljet National Park: Where you can visit the Great & Small Lakes and a Benedictine
  • The Elaphiti Islands: An archipelago with crystal, turquoise waters great for an afternoon dip.
  • Hvar: A summer resort city known for its 13th century walls and ancient fortress.
Cruises from Croatia couple excellently with cruises around the neighboring countries as well, like ItalyGreece, and the Balkan states. 

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Croatia Cruise FAQs

Why should I choose a Croatia cruise?

A cruise is a great way to see all that Croatia has to offer. The sea-faring ships give you access to the Dalmatian Coast and Dubrovnik. These all-inclusive packages bundle meals, transportation, comfortable lodging, and daily excursions into one excellent value. And the fact that you are cruising in your hotel means that you can gain access to new destinations each day without wasting any time on buses or trains or having to pack and unpack your suitcase.

What should I look for on a small cruise ship?

The vessels designed for Croatian cruises tend to be smaller yachts with occupancy of 50+ passengers. Each one features a sun deck with comfortable chairs, spacious cabins, and a dining area and bar where you can enjoy gourmet cuisine along the way. Some of the small ships even offer free equipment rental, like bikes, kayaks, and snorkels depending on the itinerary. /

Do Croatian cruises ever visit destinations that aren't on the Adriatic Sea?

Sometimes. The majority of our Croatia cruises do tend to stick to the Adriatic Sea, since swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and island exploration are some of the main features of these cruises. Of course, there are several destinations that are further inland, which you can access by a bus included in the price of your ticket.

What kind of power outlets are there? Will I need a converter?

As long as your 110v devices are able to handle 220v power (which most are), then you will not need a power converter. However, the plugs are either three flat prongs or two round prongs, so you will need a plug adapter if you have flat pronged US-style plugs.

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