Cruise from Sibenik to Veli Drvenik, Vis, Bishevo, Solta, Zlarin, Primosten, Rogoznica, and the Pakleni archipelago.
Day 1: Sibenik - Primosten (11 NM)
On the first day, you’ll have a few important tasks: accept the yacht, settle on board, and check up the equipment. After that, you can enjoy some leisure time and take a walk in Sibenik, enjoying its picturesque sights and stopping to try local cuisine.
Day 2: Primosten - Krknjasi bay (18 NM)
The most charming of lagoons of Drvenik Island, Krknjaši, is located on its southeast coast. The bay is protected from the outside by the islands of Mali (Small) and Veli (Big). Krknjaši and is particularly popular for its wonderful pebble beaches and shallow, sandy seafloors.
Day 3: Krknjasi bay - Komiza (29 NM)
Komiža is a small fishermen’s town located at the foot of Mount Hum. Many churches, a Renaissance-era tower, paragliding, diving, riding as well as a well-equipped marina are waiting for tourists in Komiža.
Day 4: Komixa - Bisevo - Palmizana (28 NM)
At first sight, the island of Biševo may seem uninhabited. However, there are 14 people living there! There you’ll find a Benedictine Monastery, St. Sylvester Church, and a small port. But the main sights of the island are 14 caves; the best known of them is the Blue Cave. Sunrays creeping into the grotto through a small hole give the cave walls and water an amazing turquoise shade. It’s possible to view this captivating spectacle from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Day 5: Palmizana - Maslinica (17 NM)
Maslinica is a tiny port village on the western end of Šolta Island. The Martinis Marchi Castle was located here in the past; now the building was restructured into a luxurious hotel with a pier for 60 boats.
Day 6: Maslinica - Rogoznica (16 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 - Zlarin - Sibenik (19 NM)
Sibenik 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.