SEP 24 - OCT 1, 2016

The route of 1,000 islands...

The Boats


Guests: 8 | Cabins: 4 | Bathrooms: 2 | Showers: 2




Guests: 10 | Cabins: 5 | Bathrooms: 3 | Showers: 3




Guests: 8 | Cabins: 4 | Bathrooms: 4 | Showers: 4





This is a rough itinerary and is subject to updates and changes.

  • Sat 9/24: Zaton to Prvic – 6 nm After a short sail on the first day of your holiday you will end up at the picturesque island of Prvic. Here you will enjoy the island atmosphere of this village of stone walled houses that breathes tradition and history.

  • Sun 9/25: Prvic to Kornati, island Kornat, bay Opat – 15 nm Sibenik to Kornati, on the island of Kornat, we suggest the bay of Opat or nearby. Start from our base in the DYC marina at Zaton and sail through the canal of the river Krka into the Adriatic sea. En route to Kornati stop between the islands of Kaprije and Kakan for a wonderful swim in the azure blue waters. In the bay of Opat there is a famous restaurant with the same name, but for clients dining on board, it might be nice to have an appetiser or drink in the Bunja bar. A 20 minute walk to the hilltop above the restaurant is recommended for the wonderful view from the top.

  • Mon 9/26: Opat to Dugi otok, village Sali 18 nm The sail will take you through the wonderful Kornati canal. Take a swim on Modri bok or Lojena, visit the landmark stonewall crosses errected to the memory of 12 firegfighters who died in a tragic accident on 30 August 2007. Take a walk through the picturesque village of Sali, a place of great fishing tradition. Breathe the air of island life. Your boat will be tied to the village quai and in front you will find the popular bar Maritimo, famous for great atmosphere and spontaneous parties. Sailors from all over the world come to this place.

  • Tue 9/27: Sali – Talascica – Zut Jelici bay 16 nm From Sali visit the natural park of Telascica, with its spectacular vegetation. Telascica is a beautiful enclosed bay cutting nearly 4 nm deep into the south of Dugi otok. The beautiful forest vegetation makes a great home for all sorts of forest animals. A visit to the salt lake and a walk to the top of the famous cliffs is a must. Sail on to island Zut (Zut means yellow, from the particular colour of the grass covering it) and overnight in the beautiful Jelici bay.

  • Wed 9/28: Jelici bay – Murter 14 nm A sail across the Murter sea, to the local centre of nautical and land tourism. The island Murter is a very lively place with many nice restaurants and bars and a fun nightlife.

  • Thu 9/29: Murter – Skradin 27 nm From Murter sail along the archipelago of Sibenik, into the canal of Krka. This spectacular canal is in fact the delta of the river Krka and is world famous for its beauty. The water is a mix of sweet and salt water and abundant with delicious small fishes, cuttlefish and other delicacies. Skradin, the village at the end of the canal is world famous and a favourite among celebrities. Stroll the streets of the village and taste the local specialities. It is the right place to buy souvenirs and local products such as olive oil.

  • Fri 9/30: Skradin – Sibenik 9 nm In the morning take the organized tour to visit to the much celebrated Krka waterfalls national park. The tour starts from the village quai with the boat from the national park and can take between 3 hours and the whole day, depending on your plan or tour. Check the schedule of departing and returning boats and make your plans accordingly. After the visit you can anchor on Prokljan lake for the afternoon svim and return to base.

  • Sat 1/10: Yacht check out.

Other Notes:

  • Prices are for a single person in a shared cabin on a skippered boat

  • Prices may vary if you don’t need a skipper

  • Special family rates are available (2 parents and 1-4 kids under 10 years old)

  • ASA Certification courses - ASA 101, ASA 103 and ASA 104 are available at an additional cost - see details on the sign up form

  • Flight to Split, Croatia - arrival by Saturday 9/24/16 @5pm, departure Saturday 10/1/16 after 3pm

Prices include:

  • 6 night accommodations on board in a double occupancy cabin

  • Food and water provisioning for all breakfasts, lunches and 4 dinners onboard (3 dinners will be ashore)

  • Safety, Navigational Aids

  • Fuel and water along the way and upon vessel return

  • Galley Equipment

  • Dinghy and Outboard Motor

  • Bed Linens and towels

  • Snorkels & fins

  • Basic Paper Products and Essentials

  • End Cleaning

  • Dock and Port Fees and boat Taxes

  • Damage Waiver Insurance​


  • Airfare 

  • Individual immigration and customs fees (no more than $40 for the whole trip)

  • Land accommodations

  • Personal Travel Insurance

  • Transportation to/from airport

  • Local transportation as desired

  • Meals in restaurants

  • Provisioning – specialty foods and alcohol




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