7 day cruise from the fabulous Trogir to the islands of Vis, Korcula, Lastovo, Brac and the Pakleni archipelago.
Day 1: Trogir - Vis (30 NM)
After renting a vessel and safely accommodating on board, spend some time talking to the manager of the charter company. Before sailing from marina Trogir, you’ll have enough time to see the city and enjoy dinner in one of the restaurants.
Day 2: Vis - Vela Luka (25 NM)
Vela Luka is a comparatively large city on Korčula Island, located in a big quiet bay. Here, you can fully enjoy a whole complex of health-improving treatments: coastal mud baths, thalassotherapy, galvanic mud, mud applications, balneological procedures and many others. Active leisure fans come hear for tennis tournaments and yachting competitions.
Day 3: Vela Luka - Lastovo (Zaklopatica) (18 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 4: Lastovo (Zaklopatica) - Korcula (21 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 5: Korcula - Hvar (Palmizana) (34 NM)
The small resort settlement of Palmižana is located on one of the Pakleni Islands archipelago in the Adriatic Sea by the Dalmatian coast. Palmižana owes its appearance on the tourist map of Croatia to the Meneghello family. Jevgen Meneghello brought exotic plants to the botanical gardens of the island, and today they are admired by all who visitors Palmižana. The marina of the settlement is located in the bay of the same name, protected from winds. There are 200 piers, a small shop and tourist information center.
Day 6: Hvar - Milna (Lucice) (13 NM)
The Lučice bay is one of the most interesting on the Brać island coast. Yachtsmen hide from winds here and divers research caves in the western part of the bay. The sandy shore is surrounded with a thick pine forest. They serve Dalmatian dishes and various kinds of seafood in local restaurants.