Montenegro Dalmatia Dubrovnik Catamaran Sailing
Montenegro and Dalmatia Catamaran Sailing cruise is an excellent choice for singles, couples, small group of friends and family, and for everyone who enjoys great company and local food.
There are no long lines to get off the ship, no tender boats to take you to the ports, you simply walk out as soon as the catamaran pulls to the dock. Really simple, great, fun & affordable.
Day 1. Kotor Montenegro
The meeting point is in the port of Kotor .we begin sailing towards Cavtat, one of the most popular cities on the Southern Adriatic. Our Catamaran is Lagoon 380. The cabins are very functional, spacious and decorated luxuriously. Bathrooms are equipped with separate shower cabins and every cabin has a large side port hole. The manufacturing year: , 2013, overall length 11.55 m, waterline length 11.00 m, width 6.53 m, draft 1.15 m.2 х 30 HP, water tank capacity 300 l, fuel capacity 2 х 100 l. Loading capacity 10 persons, cabins 4, toilets 2 + 1 for skipper The old Mediterranean port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. It is located on the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska), one of the most indented parts of the Adriatic Sea. Some have called it the southern-most fjord in Europe, but it is a ria, a submerged river canyon. Together with the nearly overhanging limestone cliffs of Orjen and Lovćen, Kotor and its surrounding area form an impressive and picturesque Mediterranean landscape.
Day 2. Cavtat
The Cavtat area is most attractive because of the Mediterranean vegetation which covers the whole area; another advantage is unpolluted sea and a very attractive mixture of old and new architecture. Originally it was a Greek settlement called Epidauros. Around 228 BC it was under the Romans and later became a Roman colony. The name Cavtat originates from Civets vet us, as the fugitives in the newly established Dubrovnik used to call their first habitation.
Day 3. Island of Mljet
Mljet is the most southerly and easterly of the larger Adriatic islands of the Dalmatia region of Croatia. The National Park Mljet includes the western part of the island, Veliko jezero, Malo jezero, Soline Bay and a sea belt 500 m wide from the most prominent cape of Mljet covering an area of 54 km The central parts of the park are Veliko jezero with the Isle of St. Mary, Malo jezero and the villages of Goveđari, Polače and Pomena. Mljet was originally one of the Roman possessions (indeed, Polače means “palace” and holds some Roman Ruins).
Day 4 Pelješac
Pelješac is an peninsula that used to be part of Dubrovnik Republic part of the and is the second largest peninsula in Croatia.To come to Pelješac, and not to visit the Pelješac vineyards and not to indulge your palate with the pleasure of tasting the famous red wines is simply impossible. Position of the peninsula and its Adriatic climate type, pleasant Mediterranean, largely caused by the development of primarily wine and olive oil on the peninsula…
Day 5 Island of Korčula
Korčula is an island in the Adriatic Sea, in the According to some sources, Marco Polo may have been born here. There are many small villages, including Blato, Smokvica, Cara, Pupnat, Zrnovo, Lumbarda and Racisce all worth visiting if you have more time to spend. Korčula is the most populated island on Croatian Adriatic coast. It has very good facilities for cycling with lots of small tracks with spectacular view. Cycling on Korcula is developing fast since the island has a very mild winter therefore all seasons are ideal for cycling.
Day 6. Island of Šipan
Šipan also the largest of the Elaphiti Islands, It is the largest island in this group and its highest point is 243 m (797 ft) above sea level. Two limestone crests, the higher (Velji Vrh, 243 m) in the northeast and the lower in the southeast surround a dolomite depression, on which olives, figs, vine, carob-trees, almond-trees, oranges and citrus fruit are cultivated. There are two ports on the island, Suđurađ (San Giorgio) in the east, and Šipanska Luka (Porto Gippana) in the west. The island consists of a fruitful and fertile valley, Šipansko Polje surrounded by two lime-reefs. Here there are a lot of grapes and olives cultivated, but also St. Johns-bread, figs and almonds are frequent grown. Further there are fir trees, cypresses and palm trees and of course mediterranian plants and bushes.
Day 7. City of Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The prosperity of the city of Dubrovnik was historically based on maritime trade. As the capital of the Republic of Ragusa, a maritime republic, the city achieved a high level of development, particularly during the 15th and 16th centuries. Dubrovnik became notable for its wealth and skilled diplomacy. Dubrovnik used to be an independent republic, surviving mostly on trade. It managed to survive many centuries, with constant threats to its territory, particularly from the mighty Ottoman Empire and Venice. As early as 19th century, it was discovered by celebrities as a place to be seen. George Bernard Shaw once said that “those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik and find it”. After breakfast you will say goodbye to the crew and we hope to see you again aboard Adriatic Sailing Holiday.