Astonishingly clear water reflects the dramatic scenery, picturesque islands and fascinating ancient towns of the beautiful Croatian coast and a yacht charter is the only way to explore this part of the world in absolute luxury and comfort.


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  • Venice


    Venice is an extraordinary city with a history that spans over 1400 years. It’s so diverse that it’s impossible to summarise! The best way to see it is simply to wander around and discover the piazzas, restaurants and beautiful architecture.
  • Rovinj


    Often described as a cameo of a 16th century Venetian town, Rovinj is a popular seaside resort and one of the last of the real Mediterranean fishing ports. Wander around the cobbled streets and shop for truffles and olive oil in the open air market.
  • Pula


    Pula is the largest port city in Istria and is known for its architecture, pleasant parks and summer festivals. Ancient monuments abound, the best known is the Arena, a majestic coliseum dating back to the 2nd century.
  • Brioni Islands

    Brioni Islands

    Composed of 2 larger and 12 smaller islets, the Brioni Islands boast National Park status and are known for their ‘extreme beauty’. The largest island was once President Tito’s private hideaway and still boasts a quaint harbour and Roman ruins.
  • Luka Losinj

    Luka Losinj

    The people of Lošinj were known for being great sailors but due to the island’s mild climate and tranquil atmosphere, it developed into a health resort. Lošinj is also home to the only bottlenose dolphin reserve of its kind in the Mediterranean.
  • Ilovik


    Ilovik is nicknamed ‘The Island of Flowers’, with its oleander in various colours, bougainvillea, palm trees, and two century-old eucalyptus trees. A perfect place for those looking for peace and tranquillity.
  • Zadar


    The Romans were so smitten with Zadar they gave it 'municipium' status, the second highest among cities. Surrounded by no fewer than 5 national parks, the main sights include St Donat's Church, the Belltower and the eccentric Sea Organ.
  • Molat


    Molat is a quiet and peaceful place with numerous hidden bays, an ideal place for dropping anchor and making the most of the inviting sea. Molat is covered with maquis and pine forests which are cool, fragrant and a pleasure to walk through.
  • The Kornati Islands

    The Kornati Islands

    This island group is so beautiful that much of it has been designated a National Park. Popular with divers, the waters are rich with a variety of marine life. Lap up Dugi Otok’s moonscape and spend your nights at anchor off tiny, uninhabited islands.
  • Kaprije


    Kaprije was named after the caperberry which grows abundantly here. Naturally sheltered from all winds and with only 100 inhabitants, no roads or cars, the island’s peace and tranquillity are well preserved.
  • Skradin


    Skradin is the doorway to the beautiful Krka Falls - an experience not to be missed! The hugely popular marina in Skradin hosts lively, traditional festivals and taverns which offer Dalmatian specialities: smoked ham, fresh fish and exquisite wines.
  • Sibenik


    One of the few places along the Croatian Adriatic coast not to emerge from either a Roman or Greek settlement, Sibenik has a youthful and lively atmosphere with attractive squares and stylish architecture of centuries gone by.
  • Trogir


    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trogir is a beautiful village with an open air theatre, old city walls and very friendly locals. There is a night market on the quay, a great place to wander and enjoy the musicians and lively terraces over a drink.
  • Brac


    Having been under the rule of Croatia, Hungary, Austria, France and Russia, this island has a colourful history! Known for its wine, olive oil and nectarines in particular, its main export is the Brac white stone, used to build the White House.
  • Hvar


    ‘I know paradise now, I know Hvar’ goes a local saying. Known as Croatia’s answer to St Tropez and with olive groves, vineyards and a wealth of historic medieval and Renaissance buildings, it is the sunniest and greenest of the Croatian islands.
  • Korcula


    One of the prettiest Croatian islands, just a few paces from your mooring, you’ll find yourself in the heart of a medieval town. Relax at one of the picturesque waterfront cafés and seek out the ‘moreska’ sword dance, performed here and nowhere else.
  • Mljet


    Odysseus came to this island and stayed seven years. You’ll see why, whether you choose to explore by tender, kayak or on foot. Mljet and its National Park with unique woods of Aleppo pine, rugged coasts and caves are a haven of tranquillity.
  • Dubrovnik


    The vibrant city of Dubrovnik is a treasure-trove of medieval art and architecture. It plays host to a summer festival which attracts world class artists with theatre, opera and dance presented on open-air stages in the city's squares, palaces and parks.
  • Split


    Split is an organic fusion of its antique heritage and of modern architecture. Stroll the refurbished harbour promenade before a visit to the spectacular Diocletian’s Palace, one of the most famous historical sites in the Croatian Adriatic.
  • Kotor


    Explore the 1,000 year old port of Kotor, set deep into a dramatic, fjord-like inlet in Montenegro. In the Middle Ages, this natural harbour was an important artistic and commercial centre with its own famous schools of masonry and iconography.

Sample itinerary

  • Venice Rovinj 60 miles
  • Rovinj Brioni Islands 12 miles
  • Brioni Islands Pula & Luka Lošinj 40 miles
  • Lošinj Ilovik & Molat 35 miles
  • Molat Kornati & Kaprije 48 miles
  • Kaprije Skradin 23 miles
  • Skradin Šibenik 10 miles
  • Šibenik Trogir 36 miles
  • Trogir Brač 13 miles
  • Brač Hvar 15 miles
  • Hvar Korčula 24 miles
  • Korčula Mljet 45 miles
  • Mljet Dubrovnik 35 miles
  • Dubrovnik Zelenika 35 miles
  • Zelenika Kotor 10 miles


  • Dubrovnik is one of the most breath taking cities in Eastern Europe.  Enjoy wandering within the city walls and experience a cocktail on the cliff side Buza Bar. The “Pearl of the Adriatic” contains a treasure-trove of medieval art and architecture that has earned it a designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • ‘I know paradise now, I know Hvar’ goes a local saying. A walk along the waterfront promenade and through the Old Town of Hvar reveals a wealth of historic medieval and Renaissance buildings. Visit the Franciscan Monastery and the treasury of Hvar Cathedral before to enjoy its lively nightlife.
  • Visit Kornati - a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs scattered in the deep blue sea. With no permanent inhabitants and its protected National Park zone, Kornati is a cruising paradise
  • Highlights
  • Itinerary
  • Adriatic & Eastern Mediterranean

    Classical history and glorious landscapes are found in this region. They will kindle the spirit of discovery and escapism in you, while you bask in luxury on one of our magnificent yachts.
  • Western Mediterranean

    The appeal of cruising around the world’s most exciting and revered ports in France, Italy, Corsica and Sardinia is unrivalled. No wonder so many of our most seasoned charter clients return again and again to revisit favourite haunts and make new discoveries!
  • Caribbean and Bahamas

    Unrivalled opportunities for snorkelling, diving and fishing, against a backdrop of islands blessed with gorgeous sand and lapped by warm aquamarine water. The virgin seas around the Eastern Caribbean and the Bahamas offer some of the best tropical island cruising in the world.
  • Indian Ocean

    A tempting alternative winter charter destination to the Caribbean. Choose from the equally stunning Maldives or the Seychelles, each with their own unique characteristics, but both offering spectacular beaches and turquoise waters for outstanding snorkelling and diving. The Maldives consist of 26 atolls and hundreds of islets, only 250 of which are inhabited. Charters in the Maldives are not conducted to pre-determined itineraries and your captain will plan a daily programme to match your preferred activities.
  • South Pacific

    With many areas inaccessible to mainstream tourism, discover the true South Pacific and cruise through some of the most beautiful, unspoiled islands imaginable. The locals will welcome and inspire you with their love of music and dance. The South Pacific offers arguably the best diving in the world; a constant warm water temperature means you can spot reef sharks, manta rays, turtles and dolphins often up to 50 metres away. Few seascapes are as evocative of paradise than the coral islands of the South Pacific.
  • South East Alaska

    Lofty glaciers and misty fjords, waterfalls and hot springs, orcas and grizzly bears, sea lions and bald eagles all combine to make Alaska a place for the most amazing adventure and exploration. A cruising experience like no other.
  • Costa Rica

    The unspoiled Costa Rican coastline is teeming with exotic wildlife. Humpback whales play with their calves in the clear water, whilst the jungle interior abounds with howler monkeys and toucans, and thousands of species of tropical animals. The golden beaches are pristine and inshore there are rain forests, national parks, volcanoes, hot springs, horse riding and rock climbing to choose from – an endless array of activities and wildlife. A true natural paradise in every sense.
  • The Great Barrier Reef

    The Great Barrier Reef and Tropical Far North Queensland offer off-the-beaten-track cruising at its most spectacular with outstanding snorkelling, diving and fishing opportunities in an untouched natural environment of extraordinary beauty.
  • Indonesia

    Indonesia is home to over 17,000 islands spanning an area of over 5000km across the equator. With vast differences from island to island, they all have one thing in common and that is a rich and colourful culture where life is regulated by a series of spectacular rituals. The islands of Komodo, a designated World Heritage Site, are blessed with hundreds of secluded beaches, transparent crystal clear waters, and stunning coral reefs waiting to be explored. Home to the Komodo dragon, the world’s largest lizard, you will also find here the most extraordinary cultures where life has remained unchanged for centuries.
  • Norway

    There are tens of thousands of islands across Norway from top to bottom offering stunning views across varied coastlines. Take a helicopter or seaplane ride over the stunning waterfalls and glaciers or try some skiing or reindeer and dog team sleighs. Taste home made cheeses and creams straight from the traditional farms and order private performances of musicians and artists on coastal islands. It’s quite simply a perfect cruising destination.
  • South East Asia

    The Andaman Sea on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula offers ideal cruising conditions. Dramatic limestone landscapes, endless lagoons, lush tropical vegetation and powdery white sand beaches together with the cultural attractions of Thailand and Malaysia guarantee the most unforgettable of journeys.
  • The Red Sea

    A mystical country bursting with culture and beauty, Egypt is a truly unique cruising destination. Sharm el Sheikh, on the Red Sea Riviera, is located at the tip of Sinai and well known for being a paradise for snorkelling and scuba diving. The Red Sea offers a seascape which is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and varied in the world, renowned for its rich sea life and teeming with over 2,000 species.

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