Route suggestions

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South route

Day 1 - Veli Drvenik 

Split, Torgir or Kastella - V. Drvenik approximately 16nm
V. Drvenik inspiration with exciting natur, fragrant herbs and a centuries-old olive trees. Here you will find peace and tranquility for body and soul without mass tourism. A visit to Restaurant Tramontana is a must. Tramonatana studio consists of a villa overlooking the harbor and serves as a restaurant and studio. Here you get free use of studio garden and other related facilities. The restaurant is open between 16:00 and 23:00. They serve wonderful garlic and herb smelling Mediterranean cuisine, cooked on the freshest ingredients, along with the area's wines.

We are running Studio Tramonatana 
We lived in Sweden from 1969 to 2003 and are now permanent residents of this island. Helje: Originally from Finland. Swedish educated free artist with several exhibitions of their own on Hornsgatan in Stockholm. Working with several different techniques. During the winter, she creates in her outdoor studio and in the summer, she is hostess for our guests. In the garden restaurant you can watch her works of various kinds (paintings, stone art, silk art, jewelry, natural materials, etc.). Marinko: Trained chef and raised here on the island of Veli Drvenik. Began his cooking career at the Hotel Park in Split 1961, was offered a chef service at Stallmästaregården in Stockholm 1969. Opened his own restaurant Troll on Hornsgatan 1977 and ran it with great success in 12 years. Today he stands for everything that comes out at the plate from the kitchen and grill, all organic and freshly harvested. He laws tasty local dishes and specialties. Also manages the garden and assume its full organic production house's own wine, oliv oil, hot spiced wine and marmalades offered among the organic products in catering.

Day 2 – Hvar

V. Drevnik - Hvar approximately 18nm
Something of a favorite for Scandinavian tourists. Hvar attracts much JETSET and that include a lot of people. Here you will find the trendiest spots, cafés, bars, hotels, etc, but expect a bit more expensive prices.
Good to know is that the Hvar bay is pretty full during peak season when the city attracts many tourists. One option is to fold in ACI Marina Palmizana located on the island opposite, which is a wonderful place in itself with lush charm. From here you can easily get to Hvar town with water taxi. The boats go all night during the summer season. Try also the bay Eng Nedelja located southeast of Hvar town, weather permitting. Here is a really nice restaurant that is well worth a visit.

Day 3 – Scedro

Hvar - Scedro approximately 17nm
Scedro is a lovely island with a beautiful natural harbor. Here are two fine restaurants to enjoy dinner at if you do not want to remain on board. Scedro The island has two deep and well protected bays. In the Bay Mostir are the ruins of a Dominican monastery and a hospice for the sailor who was founded back in 1465, and was abandoned in the 1800s. Scedro played an important role in the Adriatic maritime history, with its sheltered bays and harbors. The island offers pleasant walks, good swimming and beautiful views, especially on the western side (lovely view over Hvar high ridge especially at sunset). The climate of Scedro is slightly milder than on Hvar. Scedro is clearly worth a stop on the voyage.

Day 4 - Vis Komiza

Scedro – Vis Komiza approximately 30nm
A really cool place. Rogoznica is a cozy fishing village that lies at the foot of Mount Hum. On the east coast of the bay where Komiza lies are big sand and pebble beaches (Gusarica, Nova Posta, Velo ŽALO). The special atmosphere on summer evenings is enhanced with performances of harmony-singing groups and children's choirs in the coastal area, promenade or in one of society's local restaurants. Until 1989 the island was military. Tourists were not allowed to disembark on the island. Vis, with its lobed coast is virtually untouched. The island is unexplored and cozy. Bisevo island located southwest of Vis has a blue grotto - Modra Spilja. Here the water has beautiful shades of light that seeps into. There are guided excursions to the cave if you choose to visit during slightly more orderly circumstanses.

Day 5 – Solta - Jorja

Komiza - Solta approximately 25nm
This long streched island is a true altitude aromatic area, with a wonderful natur that sailors loves. Coves, islets, lush and green environment is competing for your attention. A clear favorite of the route is a cozy cove called Jorja half way down on the  south side of the island. Whole Solta is only 52 square kilometers in area. Solta was a popular vacation spot for the Roman nobility. In many of the island's most beautiful places one can still find the ruins of Roman villas. There is a great restaurant in the bay and they also own the buoys in the cove, but remember to call and reserve both table at the restaurant as well as buoy.
Restaurant number: +385 (0)92 2053460

Day 6 – Split, Trogir or Kastella

Solta - Split, Torgir or Kastella approximately 13nm
Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.

South route - small bays

Day 1 – Solta - Sesula

Split, Trogir or Kastella - Solta approximately 14nm
In the Sesula bay on the western side of Solta, next to the village Maslinica you have the perfect spot to spend the night. The bay is divided in two small coves and you can freely choose witch one you prefer. There is two restaurants in the bay and we strongly recommend you the second one. Call in advance to make your reservation and someone will come and meet you when you are entering the bay and will than show you to a buoy or a mooring line that the restaurant provides for you.
Restaurant: Sismis
Number: 00385 (0) 98 560436

Day 2 – Stonica  via Green Caves

Solta Vis approximately 25nm
Have you been in the bay of your dreams? If not? This is it. The Stonica bay is a small bay with a beautiful restaurant right on the beach. The beach is open for the public so if you want to, you can spend the afternoon there. In the bay are there also about 15 buoys that you can use to anchor your boat for free. There are also plenty of small paths to hike on if you want to explore the area more.  Green caves is located on the south side of the island Ravnik. Her you will find two gigantic caves that you can drive into with your ding or swim. It is very deep outside the cave so take a close look at the depth before you are trying to anchor.

Day 3 – Korcula – Vela Luka

Vis - Korcula approximately 21nm
At the western side of Korcula the town Vela Luka is located. Vela Luka is a lively town with 4500 inhabitants and also the main town of the Island. It is both possible to anchor in the jetty or outside on the raft. If you want to stay on the raft, you can also anchor in the cove north of the Vela Luka cove. Her you will find the smaller village called Gradina that is very popular among sailors.

Day 4 –Vis – Komiza via Blue Caves (Bisevo)

Korcula - Vis approximately 33nm
A really cool place. Komiza is a cozy fishing village that lies at the foot of Mount Hum. On the east coast of the bay where Komiza lies are big sand and pebble beaches (Gusarica, Nova Posta, Velo ŽALO). The special atmosphere on summer evenings is enhanced with performances of harmony-singing groups and children's choirs in the coastal area, promenade or in one of society's local restaurants. Until 1989 the island was military. Tourists were not allowed to disembark on the island. Vis, with its lobed coast is virtually untouched. The island is unexplored and cozy. Bisevo island located southwest of Vis has a blue grotto - Modra Spilja. Here the water has beautiful shades of light that seeps into. There are guided excursions to the cave if you choose to visit during slightly more orderly circumstances.

Day 5 – Solta - Jorja

Vis - Solta approximately 25nm
This long streched island is a true altitude aromatic area, with a wonderful natur that sailors loves. Coves, islets, lush and green environment is competing for your attention. A clear favorite of the route is a cozy cove called Jorja half way down on the  south side of the island. Whole Solta is only 52 square kilometers in area. Solta was a popular vacation spot for the Roman nobility. In many of the island's most beautiful places one can still find the ruins of Roman villas. There is a great restaurant in the bay and they also own the buoys in the cove, but remember to call and reserve both table at the restaurant as well as buoy.
Restaurant number: +385 (0)92 2053460

Day 6 – Mandalina or Kremik

Solta – Split, Trogir or Kastella approximately 14nm
Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.

North route

Day 1 - Primosten

Split, Trogir or Kastella - Primosten approximately 29nm
In the past, Primošten was situated on the islet close to the mainland. During the Turkish invasions in 1542 the islet was protected by the walls and towers and a draw bridge connected it to the mainland. When the Turks retreated, the drawbridge was replaced by the causeway and in 1564 the settlement was named Primošten. It is built on a hill and is dominated by the parish church of St. George which was built in 1485 and restored in 1760. The church has become an important landmark for sailors because that’s how you recognize the village while sailing by. The village is known for being very beautiful in the summer and you will find plenty of wine yards in its surroundings if you would like to go for a tasting.

Day 2 - Opat via Zirje

Primosten - Opat approximately 23nm
Opat is located on the southern tip of the island of Kornat in the Kornati archipelago. Opat is a wonderful place with a cozy tavern serving great food and fresh seafood being their speciality. Most taverns along the coast serve very fresh, organic and traditional food. There is a good bay for anchoring and a berth with fixed moorings. Croatia Yacht Club guests enjoy the following privileges: - An advance reservation call including the name of the boat. - No port charges (provided that the crew eat at the local tavern in the bay) - Free entrance to the National Park. Zirje: Having cruised around the Kornati and the Sibenik archipelago, it is time visit to the island Zirje. Here is the beautiful bay V. Stupice. V. Stupice is a good anchor bay. There are also solid even buoys that can be used freely. The bay is a wonderful natural harbor with excellent protection and natural beauty. A perfect end goal. In the bay there is a restaurant where one can eat typical, homemade Mediterranean cuisine.

Day 3 - Vrulje via Telascica bay

Opat - Vrulje 20nm
The biggest settlement on the island of Kornat is Vrulje with approximately 50 houses In the Vrulje cove there are 2 restaurants. There is also a little shop where customers can buy basic groceries. While staying in the jetty it is free of charge but if you use one of the buoys you will have to pay the national park fee. Make sure to make a reservation at the jetty at least one day before to be able to get in. Telašćica, is a nature park named after the bay which is located in the southeastern part of Dugi Otok. The bay is about 8 km depth of 1.6 kilometers wide. In Telascica bay are 25 large and small coves, bays, 5 islets. Thanks to its location it is well protected against Gulf storms. Telašćica is one of the largest and best protected bays in the eastern Adriatic coast. It consists of three parts separated by narrower. These three elements are Tripuljak, Farfarikulac and Telašćica. The greater part of the bay bottom is covered with groups of marine flowering plants, marine habitats, and an extraordinary rich wildlife which is essential for the reproduction of many fish species. 

Day 4 - Kaprij

Vrulje - Kaprij approximately 24nm
Have you seen the Oscar-winning movie Mediterraneo? Would you like to spend some time on a small forgotten island in the middle of now where. The only thing that exists on the island is a small sleepy fishing village that miraculously resisted any development in tourism signs. Kaprije is an island which one is difficult to describe with words. Incredibly beautiful and innocent, especially during early spring and late autumn, when the Adriatic sea is empty of tourists. Totally amazing to wake up in a place as the Nozda bay. Almost so that you yearn for a much more primitive world and a life greater proximity to nature.

Day 5 - Rogoznica

Kaprij - Rogoznica approximately 17nm
Rogoznica is a small town at the end of North Dalmatia. This former fishing village is now a well known sailing destination thanks to its amazing marina. The old town center is located on the island connected to the mainland by a bridge and still very isolated from the rest of the world. The mainland of Rogoznica consists of family houses, villas and apartments with private beaches that can be a great choice for your afternoon. In marina frapa (the marina in Rogoznica) you will also find all the necessary facilities to have a very comfortable stay in the marina.

Day 6 - Split, Trogir or Kastella

Rogoznica – Split, Trogir or Kastella  approximately 25nm
Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.

2 weeks - north and south route

Day 1 - Veli Drvenik 

Split, Trogir or Kastella - V. Drvenik approximately 14nm
V. Drvenik inspiration with exciting natur, fragrant herbs and a centuries-old olive trees. Here you will find peace and tranquility for body and soul without mass tourism. A visit to Restaurant Tramontana is a must. Tramonatana studio consists of a villa overlooking the harbor and serves as a restaurant and studio. Here you get free use of studio garden and other related facilities. The restaurant is open between 16:00 and 23:00. They serve wonderful garlic and herb smelling Mediterranean cuisine, cooked on the freshest ingredients, along with the area's wines.
We are running Studio Tramonatana
We lived in Sweden from 1969 to 2003 and are now permanent residents of this island. Helje: Originally from Finland. Swedish educated free artist with several exhibitions of their own on Hornsgatan in Stockholm. Working with several different techniques. During the winter, she creates in her outdoor studio and in the summer, she is hostess for our guests. In the garden restaurant you can watch her works of various kinds (paintings, stone art, silk art, jewelry, natural materials, etc.).  Marinko: Trained chef and raised here on the island of Veli Drvenik. Began his cooking career at the Hotel Park in Split 1961, was offered a chef service at Stallmästaregården in Stockholm 1969. Opened his own restaurant Troll on Hornsgatan 1977 and ran it with great success in 12 years. Today he stands for everything that comes out at the plate from the kitchen and grill, all organic and freshly harvested. He laws tasty local dishes and specialties. Also manages the garden and assume its full organic production house's own wine, oliv oil, hot spiced wine and marmalades offered among the organic products in catering.

Day 2 - Milna, Brac

V.Drvenik - Milna Brac approximately 20nm
Milna west is on the part of the island of Brac. The village is at the far end of a sheltered bay and has roots to roman times, when it was carrying marble to Dikletianus emperor's palace in Split from the island of Brac. There is fine dining, quiet spots and a nice walk. The bay also has nice beaches if you do not want to swim from the boat. There are currently two marinas in Milna, modernly equipped for a comfortable stay. For those who want even more quiet, we recommend Bobovisce bay which lies just east of Milna.

Day 3 - Hvar

Milna Brac - Hvar approximately 15Nm
Something of a favorite for Scandinavian tourists. Hvar attracts much JETSET and that include a lot of people. Here you will find the trendiest spots, cafés, bars, hotels, etc, but expect a bit more expensive prices. Good to know is that the Hvar bay is pretty full during peak season when the city attracts many tourists. One option is to fold in ACI Marina Palmizana located on the island opposite, which is a wonderful place in itself with lush charm. From here you can easily get to Hvar town with water taxi. The boats go all night during the summer season. Try also the bay Eng Nedelja located southeast of Hvar town, weather permitting. Here is a really nice restaurant that is well worth a visit.

Day 4 - Scedro

Hvar - Scedro approximately 17nm
Scedro is a lovely island with a beautiful natural harbor. Here are two fine restaurants to enjoy dinner at if you do not want to remain on board. Scedro The island has two deep and well protected bays. In the Bay Mostir are the ruins of a Dominican monastery and a hospice for the sailor who was founded back in 1465, and was abandoned in the 1800s. Scedro played an important role in the Adriatic maritime history, with its sheltered bays and harbors. The island offers pleasant walks, good swimming and beautiful views, especially on the western side (lovely view over Hvar high ridge especially at sunset). The climate of Scedro is slightly milder than on Hvar. Scedro is clearly worth a stop on the voyage.

Day 5 - Vis - Komiza

Scedro – Vis - Komiza approximately 30nm
A really cool place. Rogoznica is a cozy fishing village that lies at the foot of Mount Hum. On the east coast of the bay where Komiza lies are big sand and pebble beaches (Gusarica, Nova Posta, Velo ŽALO). The special atmosphere on summer evenings is enhanced with performances of harmony-singing groups and children's choirs in the coastal area, promenade or in one of society's local restaurants. Until 1989 the island was military. Tourists were not allowed to disembark on the island. Vis, with its lobed coast is virtually untouched. The island is unexplored and cozy. Bisevo island located southwest of Vis has a blue grotto - Modra Spilja. Here the water has beautiful shades of light that seeps into. There are guided excursions to the cave if you choose to visit during slightly more orderly circumstanses.

Day 6 – Solta - Jorja

Komiza - Solta approximately 25nm
This long streched island is a true altitude aromatic area, with a wonderful natur that sailors loves. Coves, islets, lush and green environment is competing for your attention. A clear favorite of the route is a cozy cove called Jorja half way down on the  south side of the island. Whole Solta is only 52 square kilometers in area. Solta was a popular vacation spot for the Roman nobility. In many of the island's most beautiful places one can still find the ruins of Roman villas. There is a great restaurant in the bay and they also own the buoys in the cove, but remember to call and reserve both table at the restaurant as well as buoy.
Restaurant number: +385 (0)92 2053460

Day 7 – Kaprije

Solta - Kaprije approximately 17nm
Have you seen the Oscar-winning movie Mediterraneo? Would you like to spend some time on a small forgotten island in the middle of now where. The only thing that exists on the island is a small sleepy fishing village that miraculously resisted any development in tourism signs. Kaprije is an island which one is difficult to describe with words. Incredibly beautiful and innocent, especially during early spring and late autumn, when the Adriatic sea is empty of tourists. Totally amazing to wake up in a place as the Nozda bay. Almost so that you yearn for a much more primitive world and a life greater proximity to nature.

Day 8 - Zut

Kaprije - Zut 24nm
Zut is a nautical paradise and one of the islands in the Kornati archipelago. IT lies between the islands of Pasman and Ugljan (which is linked to the mainland). Zut is a long, narrow island and covers an area of nearly 15 square miles and is at most 2 km wide. The highest point is 172 meters above sea level. The island is steep and has a retracted, protected coastline, which is characterized by the sheltered bays Luka Hiljača, Sarušćica, Yellow, Bizikovica and a few less. From there, it feels far to all the amenities and you get the feeling of being on a  Robinson island. Zut is covered with olive, fig trees and vines and has no permanent settlements. The island is regularly used throughout the year by fishermen, small-scale livestock farmers and olive and fig pickers from the island of Murter second Kornatiöar. Zut island has a lovely marina, complete with a good taverna, Restaurant Festa.

Croatia Yacht Club guests enjoy this privilege:
- Pre-order berth call the night before to provide the boat's name
- Free port charges (provided that the crew eat at the tavern)
- Free National Park fee.

Day 9  - Vodenjak bay at Iz

Zut - Iz approximately 10nm
The island Iz is about eighteen square kilometers and there are ten islets and cliffs around the island. The main occupations on the island are fishing and agriculture. The island has many Romanesque buildings located in the two settlements Veli Iz and Mali Iz. In the southeast corner of the island is it a beautiful and very protected bay. Here will you be able to go for a swim in the super turquois water and go for a hike in the mountains. There is also a little island that you can visit with a dingy or by swimming there.

Day 10  - Vrulje via Telascica bay

Iz - Vrulje approximately 15nm
The biggest settlement on the island of Kornat is Vrulje with approximately 50 houses In the Vrulje cove there are 2 restaurants. There is also a little shop where customers can buy basic groceries. While staying in the jetty it is free of charge but if you use one of the buoys you will have to pay the national park fee. Make sure to make a reservation at the jetty at least one day before to be able to get in. Telašćica, is a nature park named after the bay which is located in the southeastern part of Dugi Otok. The bay is about 8 km depth of 1.6 kilometers wide. In Telascica bay are 25 large and small coves, bays, 5 islets. Thanks to its location it is well protected against Gulf storms. Telašćica is one of the largest and best protected bays in the eastern Adriatic coast. It consists of three parts separated by narrower. These three elements are Tripuljak, Farfarikulac and Telašćica. The greater part of the bay bottom is covered with groups of marine flowering plants, marine habitats, and an extraordinary rich wildlife which is essential for the reproduction of many fish species. 

Day 11  - Opat

Vrulje - Opat approximately 11nm
Opat is located on the southern tip of the island of Kornat in the Kornati archipelago. Opat is a wonderful place with a cozy tavern serving great food and fresh seafood being their speciality. Most taverns along the coast serve very fresh, organic and traditional food.  There is a good bay for anchoring and a berth with fixed moorings. 
Croatia Yacht Club guests enjoy the following privileges: 
- An advance reservation call including the name of the boat.
- No port charges (provided that the crew eat at the local tavern in the bay) 
- Free entrance to the National Park.

Day 12  - Primosten

Opat - Primosten approximately 15nm
In the past, Primošten was situated on the islet close to the mainland. During the Turkish invasions in 1542 the islet was protected by the walls and towers and a draw bridge connected it to the mainland. When the Turks retreated, the drawbridge was replaced by the causeway and in 1564 the settlement was named Primošten. It is built on a hill and is dominated by the parish church of St. George which was built in 1485 and restored in 1760. The church has become an important landmark for sailors because that’s how you recognize the village while sailing by. The village is known for being very beautiful in the summer and you will find plenty of wine yards in its surroundings if you would like to go for a tasting.

Day 13 – Split, Trogir or Kastella

Primosten – Split, Trogir or Kastella approximately 25nm
Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.

2 weeks - Dubrovnik and back

Day 1 - Veli Drvenik 

Split, Trogir och Kastella - V. Drvenik approximately 26nm
V. Drvenik inspiration with exciting natur, fragrant herbs and a centuries-old olive trees. Here you will find peace and tranquility for body and soul without mass tourism. A visit to Restaurant Tramontana is a must.  Tramonatana studio consists of a villa overlooking the harbor and serves as a restaurant and studio. Here you get free use of studio garden and other related facilities. The restaurant is open between 16:00 and 23:00. They serve wonderful garlic and herb smelling Mediterranean cuisine, cooked on the freshest ingredients, along with the area's wines.
We are running Studio Tramonatana 
We lived in Sweden from 1969 to 2003 and are now permanent residents of this island. Helje: Originally from Finland. Swedish educated free artist with several exhibitions of their own on Hornsgatan in Stockholm. Working with several different techniques. During the winter, she creates in her outdoor studio and in the summer, she is hostess for our guests. In the garden restaurant you can watch her works of various kinds (paintings, stone art, silk art, jewelry, natural materials, etc.).  Marinko: Trained chef and raised here on the island of Veli Drvenik. Began his cooking career at the Hotel Park in Split 1961, was offered a chef service at Stallmästaregården in Stockholm 1969. Opened his own restaurant Troll on Hornsgatan 1977 and ran it with great success in 12 years. Today he stands for everything that comes out at the plate from the kitchen and grill, all organic and freshly harvested. He laws tasty local dishes and specialties. Also manages the garden and assume its full organic production house's own wine, oliv oil, hot spiced wine and marmalades offered among the organic products in catering.

Day 2 – Vis – Stonica bay

V. Drevenik - Vis approximately 23nm
Have you been in the bay of your dreams? If not? This is it. The Stonica bay is a small bay with a beautiful restaurant right on the beach. The beach is open for the public so if you want to, you can spend the afternoon there. In the bay are there also about 15 buoys that you can use to anchor your boat for free. There are also plenty of small paths to hike on if you want to explore the area more.

Day 3 – Korcula – Vela Luka

Vis - Korcula approximately 21nm
At the western side of Korcula the town Vela Luka is located. Vela Luka is a lively town with 4500 inhabitants and also the main town of the Island. It is both possible to anchor in the jetty or outside on the raft. If you want to stay on the raft, you can also anchor in the cove north of the Vela Luka cove. Her you will find the smaller village called Gradina that is very popular among sailors.

Day 4 – Mljet - Pomena

Korcula - Miljet approximately 35nm
Pomena is a small village as well as a harbour located at the west end of Island of Mljet. Pomena was initially founded by Govedjari people, as that was their nearest sheltered bay and access to the sea. They used to come to Pomena mainly to fish. You can anchor outside at some of the resturants own jetties but be aware of the depth. It is also possible to anchor at the breaths on laid moorings outside of the hotel but it is quite expensive. It is also possible to just drop an anchor and stay on the raft. In the village is it possible to rent cars and bicycles to explore the surroundings.

Day 5 – Dubrovnik

Miljet – Dubrovnik approximately 35nm
Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations on the Adriatic, a seaport with a total population of 42,641. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The prosperity of the city of Dubrovnik has long been based on maritime trade and it became the only eastern Adriatic city-state to rival Venice. Supported by its wealth and skilled diplomacy, the city achieved a high level of development, particularly during the 15th and 16th centuries. The city is also incredibly beautiful with numerous restaurants with great Mediterranean food.

Day 6 – Mljet – Saplunara

Dubrovnik - Miljet approximately 16nm
Saplunara is tiny place located at the Eastern tip of Island of Mljet. It is established not so long ago by people of Korita village (located further up the hills). Saplunara has about 20 houses and 30 permanent inhabitants. The place is well known for its sandy beaches Velika and Mala Saplunara and Blace, surrounded by dense pine woods. Because of its sandy beaches Saplunara’s name has roots in Latin word for sand - “sabulum”. The bay of Saplunara is opened to the south west, so it has a lot of natural sun. The bay is about one km long and sea water is very warm, due to its secluded position.

Day 7 – Korcula – Korcula

Miljet - Korcula approximately 30nm
According to legend, the island was founded by Trojan hero Antenor in the 12th century BC who is also famed as the founder of the city of Padua. The island was first settled by Mesolithic and Neolithic peoples and there is archaeological evidence for this at the sites of Vela Spila (Big Cave). In the summer Korcula is a town with a lot of things going on. There is plenty of charming restaurants but also nice bars and beach clubs. The town simply fits everybody and is very popular among all our guests.

Day 8 – Scedro - Lovisce

Korcula - Scedro approximately 21nm
Scedro is a lovely island with a beautiful natural harbor. Here are two fine restaurants to enjoy dinner at if you do not want to remain on board. Scedro The island has two deep and well protected bays. In the Bay Mostir are the ruins of a Dominican monastery and a hospice for the sailor who was founded back in 1465, and was abandoned in the 1800s. Scedro played an important role in the Adriatic maritime history, with its sheltered bays and harbors. The island offers pleasant walks, good swimming and beautiful views, especially on the western side (lovely view over Hvar high ridge especially at sunset). The climate of Scedro is slightly milder than on Hvar. Scedro is clearly worth a stop on the voyage.

Day 9 – Hvar – Sucuraj

Scedro - Hvar approximately 23nm
Sucuraj has a very long history starting 300 B.C. In the picturesque small town is about 400 residents and the primary work is related to fishing. Sućuraj is one of the sunniest places on the island, with more than 2700 hours of sunshine per year. Around the centre of the town, there are two beaches, Cesminica and Bilina. 

Day 10 – Baska Voda

Hvar – Baska Voda approximately 18nm
Baska Voda I located 9,5 km north-west of the bigger town Makarska, that you passed on your way here. The population is engaged in agriculture (olives, grapes, cherries, figs) and fishing trade and. It is one of the oldest and most visited summer resorts in the Makarska Riviera. Long gravel beaches, thick pine wood and nicely arranged streets are the decoration and the distinction of this place.

Day 11 – Brac - Milna

Baska Voda - Brac approximately 30nm
Milna west is on the part of the island of Brac. The village is at the far end of a sheltered bay and has roots to roman times, when it was carrying marble to Dikletianus emperor's palace in Split from the island of Brac. There is fine dining, quiet spots and a nice walk. The bay also has nice beaches if you do not want to swim from the boat. There are currently two marinas in Milna, modernly equipped for a comfortable stay. For those who want even more quiet, we recommend Bobovisce bay which lies just east of Milna.

Day 12 – Solta

Brac – Solta approximately 8nm
This long streched island is a true altitude aromatic area, with a wonderful natur that sailors loves. Coves, islets, lush and green environment is competing for your attention. A clear favorite of the route is a cozy cove called Jorja half way down on the  south side of the island. Whole Solta is only 52 square kilometers in area. Solta was a popular vacation spot for the Roman nobility. In many of the island's most beautiful places one can still find the ruins of Roman villas. There is a great restaurant in the bay and they also own the buoys in the cove, but remember to call and reserve both table at the restaurant as well as buoy.
Restaurant number: +385 (0)92 2053460

Day 13 – Split, Trogir or Kastella

Solta - Split, Trogir och Kastella approximately 17nm
Last night, it is common to check out the boat so that there are no commitments on Saturday mornings because transfer from the port often go early. So check out for some dinner at a cozy local tavern.