On arrival at Split airport, you will be met and transferred to the marina at Trogir (a short distance by road). Your Captain and crew will welcome you on board your luxurious Sunseeker with a glass of chilled champagne. Once you have had the opportunity to settle in, the skipper will give a short safety briefing before the motoryacht heads out of the marina.
Your Sunseeker will cruise to a bay where it will anchor. Enjoy a relaxing lunch here, followed by an afternoon of watersports and sunbathing.
Later you will return to Trogir marina. You may wish to spend the evening in Trogir – often referred to as ‘little Venice’ – which is a UNESCO heritage town. Explore the old town via its network of alleyways – this town will particularly appeal to those interested in architecture and cultural and historical monuments too. Here, there are several restaurants to choose from.
Day 2 Trogir – Milna, Brač Island
After breakfast on the aft deck of your motoryacht in Trogir, the vessel will set off. Today’s cruise will take you to the island of Brač, which is about 15 miles from Trogir.
En route, you will pass the islands of Čiovo and Šolta. There are several anchorages along the way where you may wish to stop for a swim or snorkel and to have some
lunch. Enjoy the stunning scenery from the comfort of your world-class motoryacht.
Tonight’s stopover is at Milna, which is the western- most town and largest natural harbour on Brač Island. Brač is the highest of the islands in the Croatian Adriatic, with the peak of Vidova Gora reaching 779m.
This island is rich with pine forests, vineyards and olive groves. Brač is also famous for its white stone – quarried since Roman times – which has been used to construct famous buildings such as the White House in Washington.
Enjoy a relaxing evening in this small, attractive harbour town.
Day 3 Milna, Brač Island – Hvar
Today’s journey will take you to the adjacent island of Hvar. This is the largest and sunniest island of the archipelago.
There are many coves to visit on the way, and there are some super beaches along the southern side of Brač Island.
Hvar is famous for its prehistory – there are several archaeological sites to visit for those who are interested – and its locally grown lavender, which you will find in the shops in the form of dried flowers and oils.
There are also several buildings worth visiting in Hvar town – the arsenal, which is now an art gallery; the theatre, which is thought to be Europe’s oldest public
theatre; the 16th Century cathedral; and the Franciscan
monastery. In front of the cathedral is Hvar’s piazza, which is the largest in Dalmatia.
The town of Hvar is attractive and has enjoyed tourism for over a century. As a result of this, you will find a good selection of restaurants serving fish specialities and locally produced wine.
Day 4 Hvar – Komiža, Vis
This morning your Sunseeker will slip its mooring and cruise out to the Pakleni Islands, which lie a short distance south west from Hvar Town.
This series of limestone islets offer an idyllic series of coves which are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and water sports. Here you can enjoy a relaxing morning on the water, or take the tender ashore to sunbathe on one of the sand beaches.
Less than an hour away is your next destination – Vis Island. Of the most westerly islands, Vis is the largest. Inhabited for thousands of years, Vis has a rich history. It is very much unspoilt by tourism as it was forbidden for foreigners to visit the island until 1989.
Your stopover on Vis will be the town of Komiža, which is situated in a large sandy bay on the western coast. Take the opportunity to try some of the island’s wine – the vineyards here have been operating for 2,000 years.