DAY 1 / Montenegro
Have breakfast on-board as you cruise south around the coastline to Budva. Drop anchor off the shores of Sveti Stefan and take a walk around the Aman Milocer before lunch at their Oliver Tree restaurant. After a quick dip and perhaps some watersports, head back to port. Sundowners and dinner Upon arrival and a quick freshen up, enjoy some sundowners at Crush Wine Station until it's time for dinner. With late night opening hours, amble around the village’s designer boutiques on your way to dinner at one of our waterside restaurants. After, continue your evening in style at the Platinum nightclub at the Porto Montenegro Yacht Club complex.
DAY 2 / Cruise to Croatia
Cavtat and Dubrovnik
After a traditional breakfast of burek and yogurt – a local specialty made of pastry filled with ham and cheese, and the perfect hangover cure – cross the border early to Croatia and head to the charming town of Cavtat. Whilst clearing-in decide on one of the various waterfront restaurants for lunch and get ready to cruise over to Mljet Island via Dubrovnik where you can take a few hours to walk through the historical walls of this charming old town. Salt-Water Lake on Mljet Island The final destination for today is Luka Polače on Mljet where you will berth overnight. Enjoy a relaxing swim in the saltwater lakes or the Odysseus Cave before dinner is served on-board. Re-position the yacht at Polače for the night - a beautiful natural reserve and a perfect spot for jet skiing.
DAY 3 / Korcula and Hvar
Visit Mljet’s monastery in the morning before leaving around noon for Korcula. Have lunch en-route and take in the view as you continue north to Hvar in the late afternoon, with some swim stops on the way Dinner in Hvar Hvar town, the place to be when it comes to nightlife and glamour. Start your night at the lively harbour with a fine dining experience at Roots restaurant, a trendy spot where you can taste exquisite local dishes with a modern twist. Dance the night away Head to Carpe Diem and dive into the bustling nightlife of this famous party town. However, if you are not in the mood and looking for somewhere quieter to sleep, anchor at Sveti Klement and enter the harbour by water taxi.
DAY 4 / Hvar, Bol and Trogir
Have breakfast ashore and spend the morning in Hvar sightseeing. Cruise to Bol Nature Reserve whilst having lunch en route. Anchor in Trogir and continue by tender to Bol, particularly Zlatni Rt beach which is a great spot for a swim. Movie under the stars Return to Trogir and have dinner at Rilje restaurant before ambling through its Medieval town. Anchor here for the night and enjoy a movie underneath the stars.
DAY 5 / Skradin and Kornati Islands
In-land excursion In the early morning head to Skradin or travel there while sleeping and wake up on location. A 35 min drive inland will take you to Bibich Restaurant, which has amazing local food and wine (best to book ahead). Kornati Islands After a lazy lunch and afternoon of relaxation pass by the Kornati Islands, a destination known for it’s outstanding natural beauty, and visit Punat, where you can stop for dinner. Each island has delicious local products to offer with many stores offering tasty testers. Prosec, a sweet wine, is an ideal aperitif before indulging in sheep’s cheese paired with razor-thin smoked ham. We recommend fresh fish as a main course with a glass of crisp local Posip white wine. Motor overnight to Brijuni.
Day 6 / Brijuni to Venice
It will be a long day with many mustsees and stunning views as you cruise through the Brijuni islands and up to Pula. Make sure not to miss out on visiting the historical amphi-theatre in Pula as you pass by and most importantly, take some time to anchor at the Limski Fjord and taste fresh oysters and mussels at one of the charming little restaurants in the bay. Richard Widmark produced the film“The Long Ships”here, after having visited it as he was amazed by the raw nature and dramatic scenery. Depart in the evening from Rovinj to arrive in Venice by 10:30 am.
Day 7 / Rovinj to Venice
Having arrived in Venice, enjoy the rest of your stay in this fascinating city before heading back home. Spend a leisurely day sightseeing, exploring alley ways and little boutiques stopping for a coffee or glass of wine every now and then.