Dalmatia is proud of its ancient history dating back 1700 years! It was the year 305 A.D. when the Roman Emperor Diocletian chose the area of central Dalmatia to build his home.
Experience the sea and sun of Croatia on a sailing cruise with Skipper Armatori.
A Little More About The Dalmatian Islands
Dalmatia is proud of its ancient history dating back 1700 years! It was the year 305 A.D. when the Roman Emperor Diocletian chose the area of central Dalmatia to build his home. The then imperial palace is now the historical centre of Split – the second largest city in Croatia – described as the most youthful, noisy, happy and affordable tourist city of the entire region, surrounded by splendid islands and by the green heart of Dalmatia.
Check in > from 16,00 to 24,00
The guests meet our staff at the meeting point at the marina in Split and then board the boat. The cabins are assigned and a brief presentation is given on the safety and cohabitation rules on board.
Sunday: Split > Brac
Well’set out in the morning towards Brac Island, a land of winemakers, fishermen and seamen. Today it’s a popular summer destination for those who love beaches with aromatic pine trees and lavender. We’ll spend the night in the bay after having swum in one of the most beautiful and fragrant inlets opposite Split.
Monday: Brac > Hvar
We’ll head towards the Pakleni Islands (translated into Hells’ Islands) and we’ll go bathing at the Palmizana beaches before arriving at the small town of Hvar, famous since ancient times as a Venetian maritime centre. You will have the option of going on land to visit the charming town’s cathedral, theatre, navy yard and loggia.
Tuesday: Hvar > Scedro
We’ll sail towards Scedro Island, a natural park that offers us a unique anchoring experience with its pristine beauty full of hidden coves. The bays of Scedro have been known since as far back as ancient times for its sheltered beaches. Some of the most famous naval battles took place here, such as the one between Caesar and Pompei (49 B.C.).
Wednesday: Scedro > Vis
We’ll sail towards Vis, the first city of the eastern Adriatic to be colonized by the Greeks. Lunch and a refreshing swim in the turquoise waters of Bisevo Island where we will visit the famous Blue Cave at 12:00 exactly so we can see the sun rays that light it up. After that, we’ll sail along the western coast of Vis where we will spend the night in the bay of Komiza.
Thursday: Vis > Hvar
After a big breakfast, we’ll head towards the small town of Vis to fill up on water provisions and then continue on towards the bay of Mlaki Rat on the northwest coast of Hvar Island, where we will spend the night after lots of swimming.
Friday: Hvar > Solta> Split
On the last day, we will sail towards Solta Island, famous for its splendid pebbly beaches that are surrounded by clear waters, a paradise for snorkeling enthusiasts thanks to its high visibility of gorgonian corals, black corals, octopuses, lobsters, moray eels and seahorses. We’ll head back to Split in the evening.
Check out > Guests must leave the boat before 10:00am.