Discover numerous new coves, bays, and beaches in only seven days of sailing.
Route in brief
Start your adventure in South Dalmatia and sail North towards the islands of Central Dalmatia and Split.
The route starts in Slano near Dubrovnik and includes a number of islands anyone sailing the Adriatic Sea has on their bucket list.
Slano – Dubrovnik (15 Nm)
First stop is Dubrovnik!
Many Hollywood stars have visited and loved this town. There’s many reasons why – stunning sunsets, rich culture, and amazing city views are just a few.
Dubrovnik – Šipan – Kobaš (16 + 7 Nm)
Sail to Elaphiti archipelago and its biggest island, Šipan, to enjoy a swim or diving adventure.
Head to the Pelješac peninsula and taste the traditional Dalmatian cuisine in the small village of Kobaš.
Kobaš – Mljet (21 Nm)
Sail from Kobaš to Mljet. Arrive to Polače.
Get to know the “Green Island” and its beautiful National Park located in the western part of the island.
Mljet – Korčula (16 Nm)
Leave Mljet and sail to the town of Korčula on the island of Korčula!
We recommend visiting the main attraction of Korcula town – the historic Korcula Old Town. According to the legend, Marco Polo was born here. You can even visit his birth house which will soon become a museum.
Korčula – Lastovo (25 Nm)
Sail to Skrivena Luka, the Hidden Bay, in the island of Lastovo.
Discover the islands’ coves and swimming spots and visit the lighthouse from the 19th century located on the southern part of the island.
Lastovo – Pakleni islands (35 Nm)
Sail from Lastovo to the Pakleni islands.
Near the famous Hvar Island, the Pakleni islands have numerous of amazing bays and coves waiting to be explored.
Pakleni islands – Split (22 Nm)
On your last day, arrive to Nava marina in Split.
Total sailing distance: 157 Nm
Places you’ll visit
The “pearl of the Adriatic” is full of town squares, small streets and restaurants to discover.
If you want to admire the famous red roofs and the amazing views over the blue sea then a trip around Dubrovnik’s city walls is a must.
Elaphiti Islands is an archipelago which consists of six small islands.
Two of them, Kolocep and Lopud, are entirely car-free. Thus, they are perfect for sailors or just anyone looking for a relaxing and quiet holiday.
Mljet is a great place to enjoy nature and perfect for adventure lovers.
There are two salt lakes in the island, Veliko and Malo Jezero, and a Benedictine monastery built in the 12th century. Make a trip to the southern part of the island and discover the famous Odysseys Cave or head off to the amazing Mljet sandy beaches and enjoy a swim in the Adriatic.
A typical medieval Dalmatian town, full of churches and houses with red roofs.
Korčula is the only place where you can enjoy Moreška, a famous knights’ dance performed with swords.
Lastovo is a small island, still unknown to most tourists.
If you’re looking for a quiet and peaceful holiday, you will love it here. However, there are also fewer amenities – the island only has a handful of restaurants and cafes.
This chain of rocky islands is located near Hvar.
Beautiful coves, lovely beaches, nice bars, and picturesque – you will enjoy your every minute here. No matter which bay you choose for anchorage, it will be magical.
Boats for your island hooping
You can take any of our boats from split and go island hopping…