Croatia Gulet Charter Cruises
June 25th, 2017
Private Gulet Charters Embark on a gulet journey from Croatia in the stunning Adriatic sea on board traditional, classic wooden sailing boats with the professional and well organized services of our team.
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Split Split Route: Including Kornati Archipelago Boat Charters

Split – Split Route : Including Kornati Archipelago Boat Charters – The Dalmatian coast offers some of the best island hopping sailing holidays in the Eastern Med. From the historical sites and lush green landscapes, the region is boasting with breathtaking scenery. The return trip Split route starts from the harbor with easy short drive from the Kaštela Airport.  The places that you would be visiting in this itnerary are Trogir – famed for its rich historical and cultural monuments.

Gulet holidays Croatia – The journey continues to  Primošten – one of the most attractive places to see in the Adriatic and favored by many travelers. A must-see.  Then it’s off to one of the oldest settlements in Croatia, Skradin. Next is the island of Zut – which is a part of the Kornati Archipelago. Other stunning locations include Telascica, the island of Kaprije, Solta Island, and finally returning to disembark in Split.

Split Croatia

Split Croatia

Saturday → Split Embarkation at 17:00 hours
Leaving for Trogir, overnight in Trogir
Trogir

Trogir is a town-museum in the very meaning of the word. Lovers of cultural and historical monuments, art, original architecture and nice alleys are given the opportunity in Trogir to learn about the manifold and complex heritage – from the Romanesque yard to the modern interiors. The unique historical core, Radovan’s portal, the art collections which have been arousing excitement among visitors and travellers for centuries offer a tourist beauty, personified in the relief of Kairos as an appropriate souvenir.

Trogir promenade

Trogir promenade

Sunday → Leaving Trogir for Primošten
Primosten

Sailors called it a “dry point” because of the long lasting dry periods. It is set upon a little island that five centuries ago the inhabitants linked to the land by a causeway so that they could go off to the fields the more easily. Surrounded by seven little islands, Primosten is a special gift from nature that leaves no one indifferent. What a parsimonious nature did not give, the industrious people created themselves, and made Primošten into one of the most attractive places to visit in the whole of the Adriatic. The stone houses, churches and narrow lanes are a perfect harmony of the past and the present.

Primosten Croatia

Primosten Croatia

Monday → Leaving Primosten for Skradin
Skradin

The headquarters of Krka National Park (proclaimed in 1985 as the seventh national park in Croatia), a spacious, largely unchanged region of exceptional and multifaceted natural value, and includes one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. Skradin is one of the oldest Croatian settlements with the status of a town (2nd c. BC). Situated not far from Skradinski Buk, where the Krka river flows with tranquillity, it represents the centre of life from the early ancient times. Located between two wonderful waterfalls Skradinski Buk and Roski Slap there is Visovac Lake and the Franciscan monastery on the islet.

Skradin / © Niksa Stipanicev

Skradin / © Niksa Stipanicev

Tuesday → Leaving Skradin for Žut
Zut/Kornati

The island of Zut, part of the Kornati Archipelago, is between the islands of Pasman and Kornat. The oldest document about fishing trade dates from the end of the 10 th century and it shows that the fishing trade in Croatia began on these coasts.  There are no permanent settlements on the island, but some fishermen and farmers from Murter have temporary houses on the island. Beautifully cultivated meadows and hillsides are rich with Mediterranean vegetation with more than 300 species of flora and equally rich fauna. The undersea world has more than 250 plant and 300 animal species. It is the area of cultivated fields of vineyards and olive-trees, as well as the area of degraded forms of the flora covering dry habitats.

Zut Island

Zut Island

Wednesday → Leaving Žut for Telašćica
Telascica

Thanks to its exceptionally valuable plant and animal life, geological and geomorpho-logical phenomena, valuable colonies of the sea bottom and interesting archaeological heritage this area became protected in 1980 as a Nature Park.  Three basic phenomena are certainly the main characteristics of the Nature Park: the unique bay of Telascica as one of the safest, the most beautiful and the largest havens on the Adriatic that includes 25 small bays and 69 km of the well-indented coastline, the cliffs of the island of Dugi otok or so-called “Stene”, rising up to 200 m above the sea level and falling down vertically up to 90 m below the sea level, and finally the salt lake called “Mir” with its curative characteristics.

Telascica nature park, Croatia

Telascica nature park, Croatia

Thursday → Leaving Telašćica for Kaprije
Kaprije

The island of Kaprije was named after the Mediterranean plant kapara (caper – green buds of a plant, used pickled). In the 14th and the 15th ct. the island belonged to the families of the noblemen from Sibenik. During the Turkish invasions in this region in the 16th and the 17th ct., Kaprije was inhabited by the refugees from the mainland who, after the retreat of the Turks, partly leave the island. That’s the period when St.Peter’s church was built and later, in 1801 enlarged.

The place is surrounded by the hills among which the highest is Velika glavica – 132m above sea level. Besides the agriculture the inhabitants are known as skilled fishermen and seamen and lately also, as hospitable hosts.

Kaprije

Kaprije

Friday → Leaving Kaprije for Maslinica, Island Šolta
Maslinica/Solta

Maslinica is the only Solta’s village situated in the cove of the western part of the island. It has beautiful scenery of picturesque cove and pinewood in the southern side and also of its well-protected cove of Sesul and archipelago of seven islands. The Maslinica cove is exposed only to north-westerly winds, represents a favourable anchoring ground and shelter for smaller yachts.

Chief occupations include farming, wine production, olive growing, fruit growing, fishing and tourism. The island was first mentioned by Pseudoscylax (4th c. BC) under the name of Olyntha. The Romans called it Solenta, and in the Statute of Split (14th c.) it was called Solta.

Solta

Solta

Saturday → Leaving early in the  morning from Šolta to Split, disembarkation at 9:00

Please note that this itinerary is intended for private gulet charters. Not shared cabin charter cruises.

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    Gulet cabin charter (shared cruise) are NOT available at this time.
  • Yachts are chartered on a weekly basis in most cases, embarking and disembarking on Saturdays. When you specify your budget, please specify if PER DAY or PER WEEK.

    Food and drinks are extra on top of the gulet/yacht rental price. Sometimes the menu can be quoted inclusive to the charter price.

    Gulet charters less than 5 days may not be possible during high season months from mid June - mid September due to booking schedules.

    Daily charters may be possible for motor yachts/boats only, based on availability.

  • All itineraries run from Saturday to Saturday. If you require to begin or end your holiday on a different day, please let us know. However please note that it may not be possible especially during peak season (July, August, September), and also depends on the booking schedule of the boat.
  • Possible embarkation points are: Split, Dubrovnik. If other, please specify.
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