Discover the Adriatic's Hidden Gems!
Sailing in Dubrovnik area and Croatia's Southern Route.

Dubrovnik & Islands

Begin your sailing in Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic.” Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site with its ancient walls and captivating history. Korčula: Sail to the birthplace of Marco Polo, a charming island adorned with medieval architecture and vineyards. Mljet: Immerse yourself in the beauty of Mljet National Park, where lush greenery meets crystal-clear lakes. Elaphiti Islands: Anchor in the serene bays of Koločep, Lopud, and Šipan-perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and unwinding.

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Historical Treasures

Dubrovnik’s City Walls: Walk along the historic walls of Dubrovnik for panoramic views of the Adriatic and the city’s red-tiled rooftops. Korčula Old Town: Stroll through narrow streets and discover Korcula’s medieval architecture, including the impressive St. Mark’s Cathedral.

Nature & Culinary

Blue CaveExperience the magic of the Blue Cave on Koločep Island, where sunlight creates an otherworldly blue glow in the water. Lastovo Archipelago: Explore the untouched beauty of Lastovo, a nature park with diverse flora and fauna.

Local Flavors: Indulge in the rich gastronomy of the south. Sample fresh seafood, olive oils, and local wines at waterfront tavernas. Ston Oysters: Don’t miss the famed Ston oysters, a delicacy harvested from the region’s pristine waters.

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Clean sea & Sunset

Sunset at Lokrum: Witness the sun dip below the horizon from Lokrum Island, a botanical garden paradise just off the coast of Dubrovnik.

Secluded Coves: Navigate through hidden coves and anchorages, offering privacy and tranquility amid nature’s beauty. Adriatic Breezes: Enjoy favorable winds as you sail along the coast, creating the perfect conditions for a leisurely journey.


Discover Croatia the best way: through its gastronomy. The Croatians harmoniously blend the culinary influences of the Mediterranean and the Orient, to create dishes that are as delicious as they are exotic. You will also be seduced by their local wines, whose reputation grows a little more each year. In 2018 Croatia received 10 gold medals at the Decanter World Wine Award. On this cruise, you will discover authentic villages, Roman remains but also the pleasure of swimming in the clear water of the Adriatic Sea. To benefit from the Croatian sun, we advise you to plan your stay between May and October.

  • 8 days
  • Up to 8 People
  • starts in Dubrovnik

What we can provide

  • Basic sailing leasons
  • Ski jet
  • Diving instructor
  • Diving equipment
  • Meals prepared by hostess
  • drink
    Water & Soft drinks
  • Alcohol drinks

Explore The Places You’ll See :

Dubrovnik is a pearl of Adriatic.” – Lord Byron

Itinerary

Sailing in the Dubrovnik area offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the stunning coastline of Croatia and the Adriatic Sea. Dubrovnik, located in the southern part of Croatia, is known for its rich history, medieval architecture, and beautiful landscapes. Picture yourself gliding across crystal-clear waters, exploring hidden coves, and discovering charming islands steeped in Mediterranean charm.

Itinerary Gallery

  • Route goes like this :

Dubrovnik > Šipan > Mljet > Korčula > Lastovo > Lopud > Koločep > Dubrovnik

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to weather or technical conditions.

Dubrovnik sailing route city 1Discover the magic of Dubrovnik, an ancient city with a story to tell in every stone. Dubrovnik’s Old Town transports you to a bygone era with its medieval architecture and charming cobblestone streets. Explore iconic landmarks like the City Walls and Stradun, or unwind in the captivating ambiance of it’s vibrant squares and historic buildings. From panoramic views atop Mount Srđ to the sun-kissed shores below, Dubrovnik invites you to experience a perfect blend of history, culture, and seaside allure.

Dubrovnik sailing route city

Savor the flavors of the Adriatic at Dubrovnik’s exquisite restaurants, where culinary artistry meets the breathtaking backdrop of this coastal gem. Indulge in a gastronomic journey through the city’s charming streets, where intimate cafes and upscale dining establishments offer a diverse range of delectable dishes. Whether you’re enjoying a sunset dinner with panoramic views or relishing the intimate ambiance of a historic courtyard, Dubrovnik’s restaurants promise a memorable culinary experience.

Dubrovnik sailing route city nightlife

Dubrovnik comes alive after dark, inviting you to experience a vibrant nightlife that blends the city’s rich history with contemporary energy. From lively bars to chic waterfront lounges, the nightlife in Dubrovnik offers something for every taste. Dance under the stars, sip on local wines, and immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere as the ancient city transforms into a dynamic hub of entertainment. Embrace the rhythm of it’s nightlife, where the echoes of laughter create an unforgettable symphony.

Dubrovnik sailing route Koločep islandSailing out around 11. First stop Island Koločep for a refreshing swim.  Known for its crystal-clear waters and untouched natural beauty, Koločep offers a serene retreat for those seeking tranquility. Explore the island’s charming fishing villages, hike through fragrant pine forests, and discover secluded coves perfect for a refreshing swim. With its laid-back atmosphere and stunning landscapes, Koločep Island beckons travelers to unwind and immerse themselves in the unspoiled allure of the Adriatic coast.

Dubrovnik sailing route Šunj beach Lopud island

Experience the epitome of Adriatic bliss at Šunj Beach on the enchanting Lopud Island. This hidden haven boasts a sprawling sandy shore, a rare gem in a region known for pebble beaches. Nestled in a shallow bay, Šunj Beach invites you to bask in the sun, swim in the crystal-clear turquoise waters, and enjoy the gentle sea breeze. With its laid-back atmosphere and stunning surroundings, Šunj Beach on Lopud Island is the perfect escape for those seeking a tranquil retreat in the embrace of nature.

Dubrovnik sailing route Šipanska luka

Heading for our night stay in  Šipanska Luka on Šipan island. Embark on a journey to Šipan Island and discover a tranquil oasis. This serene island captivates with its lush landscapes, charming villages, and a rich history dating back centuries. Wander through picturesque olive groves and vineyards, visit medieval churches, and savor the authentic island life. Whether you’re exploring ancient ruins or enjoying local cuisine in a waterfront tavern. Sleep over in Šipanska Luka or some surrounding bay.

Dubrovnik sailing route Mljet islandSailing out around 11 towards Mljet island where you will step into the untouched paradise, where nature reigns supreme in the heart of the Adriatic. Home to a pristine national park, Mljet captivates with its dense forests, serene lakes, and an abundance of wildlife. Explore the island’s unique landscapes. Whether you’re hiking the trails, cycling through pine-scented paths, or simply absorbing the tranquility, Mljet’s unspoiled nature offers a sanctuary for those seeking a peaceful escape from the ordinary.

Dubrovnik sailing route Mljet island Saplunara beach

On our way to Mljet National park we will make swimming brake where you will unveil the coastal treasures of Mljet Island, where pristine beaches beckon with their untouched beauty along the azure Adriatic Sea. Mljet boasts a diverse array of beaches catering to every beachgoer’s preference. Sink your toes into the soft, golden sands and immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters that gently lap against the shoreline. Mljet’s idyllic beaches promise a sun-soaked retreat surrounded by nature’s splendor.

Dubrovnik sailing route Mljet national park

Heading for our night stay in  Polače in National park Mljet an untouched paradise. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of two interconnected saltwater lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero, surrounded by lush forests and dotted with picturesque islets. Wander along shaded pathways, discovering ancient ruins, charming monasteries, and the enchanting St. Mary’s Island with its 12th-century Benedictine monastery and deiscover unique blend of biodiversity, historical heritage, and stunning landscapes.

Yachts options

We will help you choose a suitable boat based on the number of people in your sailing crew, preferences, sailing goals, and budget. Take your time, research thoroughly, and consider all the relevant factors before making a final choice.

If needed we can provide you with a hostess who will prepare delicious meals to enjoy on the cockpit while admiring the sunset.
You will find onboard fins, masks, and snorkels which will allow you to make beautiful underwater discoveries.

Among the fact that sailing catamarans and monohulls advertise for a maximum 12 people, no matter the size, for enjoyable sailing experience 8 people onboard is maximum.

Catamaran or Monohull
24 to 55 feet
Boat + Skipper + Gas
from 5300e for 7 days
Number of Cabins
1 to 5
Maximum Capacity
2 to 10 people
Crew Members
1 to 3
Sailing distance per week
90 to 140 miles
Evening & Night
Marina based

We will offer you the best options available on the market. Charter companies reserve the right to replace it with a different boat model of the same quality and performance.

Usefull Sailing Tips

Important sailing tips

OPTION 1

Fly into Tivat Airport (TIV), Montenegro

Porto Montenegro is 4km from Tivat Airport (TIV), which is well-connected to European airports.

  • TAXI: Best and fastest option is the Taxi from Tivat airport to Porto Montenegro (ask from taxi driver to drop you off in front of Buddha Bar). The price is approximately 10 euro for 15min drive.

 

OPTION 2

Fly into Podgorica airport (TGD), Montenegro – 91km, 2 to 3h

  • BUS: From Podgorica airport take a bus/taxi to the central bus station from which you have a bus for Tivat. The price is about 15 euro. Duration is about 3h. After you have reached the bus station in Tivat, you can take a 15-minute walk to Porto Montenegro marina. or you can take a taxi to Buddha Bar.
  • TAXI: Taxi cost from Podgorica airport to Tivat is approximately 70 euro for a 2h journey. You can find a taxi waiting in front of the airport or book one through a couple of websites. Option one, two, three, four, …

 

OPTION 3

Fly into Dubrovnik airport (DBV), Croatia – 48km, 3 to 4h – With border crossing

One way to get to the Porto Montenegro marina is also flying to Dubrovnik (DBV), Croatia which is supported by significant European, Australian, and American flight links.

  • BUS: From Dubrovnik airport take a bus/taxi to the central bus station from which you have a bus for Tivat. The price is about 20 euro. Duration is about 3-4h which mainly depends on border crossing time. After you have reached the bus station in Tivat, you can take a 15-minute walk to Porto Montenegro marina. or you can take a taxi to Buddha Bar.
  • TAXI: Taxi cost from Dubrovnik airport to Tivat is approximately 130 euro for a 2h journey. Try to skip the taxi waiting in front of the airport and book one in advance through one of the websites. Option one, two, three, four, …

Let’s meet in the exclusive Porto Montenegro marina in the charming city of Tivat. No need to hurry – the earliest you can board is 6 pm Saturday.

We will be there at 5 pm to welcome you and do the paperwork. We are sailing out Sunday morning. For the check-in please prepare 90 euro for local marina taxes.

We return to Tivat Friday afternoon around 5 pm and the latest check-out time is until 9 am on Saturday morning.

If you have to go earlier you can do an early check-out. Please let us know on check-in if you require early check-out and remind your skipper on Thursday.

Bedding will be provided so you do not need to bring a sleeping bag.

We recommend soft bags, suitcases, frameless backpacks, and a small day pack or carry bag. Please do not bring externally framed bags, as they will reduce space in your cabin and can damage or mark the walls of the yacht/cabin. Please limit your luggage to a maximum of 20kg.

Just so you know, due to space and weight restrictions on our yachts, passengers with too much luggage on departure may be told they cannot take their entire luggage. We can not provide secure luggage storage during the trip for large framed suitcases.

Tourist info tips for Montenegro

If you want to explore Tivat Bay and the surrounding area and get familiar with one part of stunning Boka Bay you can do it through Tivat Travel official presentation.

You can find detailed info about Kotor, its surrounding area, and all activities in this historical town on the Kotor Travel website.

You can find detailed info about Budva, its surrounding area, and all activities in this party town on the Budva Travel website.

Official web presentation of Herceg Novi, with Events timetable and many suggestions on Where to stay, What to see & What to do you can find here.

Detailed info about the facilities that you can find in Porto Montenegro where we stay for one night can be read here.

Detailed info about the Lustica Bay project and Lustica Bay Marina where we stay for one night you can read  here.


Why should you choose Us for your perfect sailing experience?

We have selected the very best boats, each with excellent crew members who will ensure you have a relaxing and unforgettable holiday! No sailing experience required: discover a different way to see the world, on board a boat with family or friends!