Begin your journey in charming Split, visit the Krknjasi lagoon, the blooming Primosten, the Kornati National Park, Zlarin and Skradin.
Day 1: Split - Krknjasi (12 NM)
Split is a wonderful place to start your trip over Croatia. On the first day, you’ll have an opportunity to see the best-known sights of the city, but arrival at the marina will be the main event. Be sure to discuss the route with the manager and check the weather forecast.
Day 2: Krknjasi - Primosten (18 NM)
The name of Primošten, meaning “connected by bridge” became the city name because of its location. The settlement, surrounded by walls and towers, was located on a separate island and connected to the mainland by a drawbridge. The dominant architectural construction of the city, the Church of St. George, rises above narrow streets and houses built from white stone and tiled roofs. But Primošten isn’t famous for the housing development. Rather, it’s the beaches (having the international Blue Flag award), flower decorations (the title of the Golden Flower of Europe) and Babić wine (vineyards are in line to join the UNESCO World Heritage List) that bring fame to the city. They catch and serve spiny lobster “La Primosten” in local restaurants for fans of gastronomic tourism to enjoy.
Day 3: Primosten - Piskera (28 NM)
The island of Piškera is a part of the Kornati National Park famous for its steep rock walls and unusually shaped bays. The yacht marina is located in the deep, safe strait between the island of Piškera and the island of Vela Panitula. If you wish to stay in the marina for the night, simply purchase an entrance ticket to the Kornati Park.
Day 4: Piskera - Zlarin (24 NM)
Zlarin is a small island in Middle Dalmatia located not far from the city of Šibenik. It’s primarily known for its coral and coral handicraft. Local masters have preserved the old methods of treating these sea gifts, creating exquisite pieces. Explore your interests further at the Coral Museum and stop by the Coral Center to pick up an authentic souvenir or decoration to remind you of the trip.
Day 5: Zlarin - Skradin (12 NM)
Due to its proximity to the entrance of the Krka National Park and Šibenik, Skradin welcomes many visitors. Nevertheless, Skradin remains a quiet, peaceful town, situated far from the mainland coast, full of greenery and fruit trees.
Day 6: Skradin - Rogoznica (34 NM)
Rogoznica was built in the Venetian era. To this day, the historic port city attracts yachtsmen from around the world. They flock to the Marina Frapa Yacht Club, considered one of the best on the coast not only for its exceptional port infrastructure facilities, but also for its numerous amenities e.g. bowling, fitness center, night club and squash court. On the whole, the complex offers 460 piers for yachtsmen. Of course, Rogoznica offers wonders beyond the yacht club. Rogoznica is conveniently located near the Krka and Kornati National Parks and well-suited for outdoor activities e.g. diving, surfing, and snorkeling. Visitors can also marvel at the several medieval churches and cathedrals in the city.
Day 7: Rogoznica - Split (26 NM)
Split will be the final destination of the cruise. Much like Day 1, your final day will be devoted to matters of handing over the yacht. You should take time in advance to clean everything on board and ensure the equipment is in working order. The smoother the transfer, the more time you’ll have for a walk in the city.
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