Cruise from Dubrovnik to the northwest to the islands of Lopud, Lastovo and Korcula, with a visit to the Mljet National Park.
Day 1: Dubrovnik - Lopud (12 NM)
The route starts in wonderful Dubrovnik. After a short walk over the city, go to the marina in order to discuss all the details of the voyage with the base manager. You’ll have enough time left to check up all equipment and buy any required food.
Day 2: Lopud - Saplunara bay (10 NM)
The Saplunara bay is located by the eastern end of Mljet Island. Its beaches, Velika and Mala Saplunara, Blaće, made it popular with visitors. Yachtsmen like this bay because it is protected from winds. There are a small restaurant and café on the coast.
Day 3: Saplunara bay - Pomena (23 NM)
The port village of Pomena is conveniently located on the shore of the bay, safe for anchorage. The Odisej Hotel is the tourism driver here; guests are attracted by the closeness of the Mljet National Park.
Day 4: Pomena - Zaklopatica (21 NM)
The resort settlement of Zaklopatica is located on the northern coast of Lastovo island in the picturesque closed bay. A line of luxurious houses and villas for guests of the island stretches along the embankment.
Day 5: Zaklopatica - Korcula (23 NM)
The colourful island of Korčula was inhabited as far back as the Neolithic Age like many other cities and settlements on the Croatian coast. Later the Greeks, Romans, and Slavs lived here and each nation left its mark on the present look of the cities of Korčula and Vela Luka. The Cathedral of St. Mark, the Bishop’s Palace, and the Gabrielis Palace with the city museum inside are the main sights of the island. Korčula is the birthplace of famous traveler Marco Polo — you can even visit the house in which he was born. Yachtsmen from around the world appreciate the local marina for its 159 piers and 16 boat places on land, a restaurant, shop, and many other important infrastructure facilities.
Day 6: Korcula - Polace (17 NM)
Yachtsmen took a liking to the modest village of Polaće on the island of Mljet because of its navigational characteristics. Several islets and rocks in the bay protect the resort and piers from winds, at the same time making entering the marina a fascinating adventure. Guests of the village can visit Roman ruins and the Mljet National Park.
Day 7: Polace - Dubrovnik (37 NM)
Your voyage is coming to an end. Prepare the yacht for transferring back over to the charter company, assess the equipment’s operation, and resupply water and fuel. After handing the vessel over successfully, take leisurely walk through Dubrovnik and don’t forget to pick up souvenirs for your friends.