Croatia Cruise - MS Splendid & MS Bota Split to Dubrovnik 

Spend an unforgettable week on a relaxing Croatian cruise, exploring some of the most beautiful islands in the region amidst the sun-dappled waters of the Adriatic Sea. Each island has its own charm and personality to get to know as you sail, with ample opportunities for swimming and snorkelling as well as indulging in the local cuisine, featuring fresh seafood and local wines.

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Split, Pučišća, Omiš, Bol, Hvar, Biševo, Vis, Korčula, Mljet, Slano, Dubrovnik

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Day 1


The ship awaits you in the harbour, with your cabin available from mid-afternoon. Tonight, there’s a welcome meeting followed by dinner, and the ship remains in Split tonight. D.

Split, Croatia

Day 2

Split, Omiš & Brač

Before you set sail, a morning tour of Split visits Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and cultural and historical buildings. Lunch is served on board while cruising to Omiš, an ancient town known for its city walls, fortresses, stone churches, and beaches. The cruise continues to Pučišća, the largest village on the island of Brač, known for its natural harbour, Mediterranean architecture, and rustic ambience. The town's quarry provided the stone used to build famous buildings such as the White House in Washington DC, and the Vienna Parliament. B, L.

Omis, Croatia

Pucisca, Croatia

Day 3

Bol & Hvar

The day begins with a morning departure to Bol, a Dalmatian town famous for its beautiful beach, Zlatni Rat. After a stroll, coffee or swim, lunch is served on board before continuing to Hvar, Croatia's sunniest island. On arrival, a local guide will introduce visitors to the island's rich history and culture. In the evening, guests can explore Hvar and dine in one of its many restaurants or taverns.

Hvar, Croatia

Day 4

Biševo & Vis

This morning, you'll cruise towards the Island of Biševo to explore the famous Blue Cave. If conditions permit, you'll have the opportunity to enter the cave and witness how the light entering from an opening causes the water to emit a spectacular glowing, shimmery blue light effect, giving the cave an ethereal blue glow. Later, the boat will dock in Vis for a delicious lunch. There's an optional military tour and a Vis Island excursion which ends in Komiža, a fishermen's village where you will be served dinner in a local restaurant. B, L.

Vis, Old Town, Croatia

Day 5


The day begins with a morning sailing towards Korčula, with a swim stop and lunch en route. In the afternoon, you’ll arrive at Korčula Town, known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. A guide will take your group on a town tour and walk through its narrow, cobbled streets. The rest of the evening is free for the group to enjoy one of the local restaurants. B, L.

Korčula Old Town Croatia

Day 6

Mljet National Park & Slano

Sail to Mljet to explore its National Park, including the Great and Small Lakes and the Islet of St. Mary's Benedictine Monastery. Swim in the pristine waters before lunch onboard while sailing to Slano, a picturesque town on the Dubrovnik Riviera. Visit the town or join an optional excursion to Ston, known for its saltworks and oyster and mussel farm. In the evening, join your fellow guests for a Captain's dinner onboard. B, L, D.

Slano, Croatia

Day 7

Elaphite Islands & Dubrovnik

You’ll depart for Dubrovnik, stopping at the Elaphite islands for a swim and lunch. An English-speaking guide and coach will meet you to tour the historical centre of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After the tour, you'll have free time to explore the city, walk along the famous City Walls, or take a cable car to the top of Mount Srđ. B, L.

Day 8


You’ll disembark the ship this morning after breakfast.