8 days/7 nights
|START DATE||END DATE||SHIP||RATE||SALE|
|May 1, 2021||May 8,2021||Superior deluxe||$1,699||$1,599|
|May 8, 2021||May 15, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,699||$1,599|
|May 15, 2021||May 22, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,699||$1,599|
|May 22, 2021||May 29, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,819||$1,719|
|May 29, 2021||June 5, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,819||$1,719|
|June 5, 2021||June 12, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,819||$1,719|
|June 12, 2021||June 19, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,939||$1,839|
|June 19, 2021||June 26, 2021||Superior deluxe||2,179||$2,079|
|June 26, 2021||July 3, 2021||Superior deluxe||2,179||$2,079|
|July 3, 2021||July 10, 2021||Superior deluxe||2,179||$2,079|
|July 10, 2021||July 17, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,939||$1,839|
|July 17, 2021||July 24, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,939||$1,839|
|July 24, 2021||July 31, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,939||$1,839|
|July 31, 2021||Aug 7, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,939||$1,839|
|August 7, 2021||August 14, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,819||$1,719|
|August 21, 2021||August 28, 2021||Superior deluxe||2,179||$2,079|
|August 28, 2021||September 4, 2021||Superior deluxe||2,179||$2,079|
|September 18, 2021||September 25, 2021||Superior deluxe||2,179||$2,079|
|October 2, 2021||October 9, 2021||Superior deluxe||1,699||$1,599|
|Rates are per person in US dollars. Rates shown are for the Lower deck.|
|Upgrade to Main/Upper deck: $360|
|Upgrade to VIP deck: $600|
|Single supplement: +50%|
Transfer from Split airport to Split harbour for check in from 12.00 Noon onwards. After settling in, enjoy the guided tour of Split, a historic town under UNESCO world heritage protection with an abundance of Roman architecture – of special interest is the magnificent Diocletian Palace, once home of the Roman Emperor. After the tour, return to the ship for a welcome meet & greet cocktail reception on board. Overnight in Split. (D)
Morning departure to the island of Brač where swimming is planned at the most famous beach in Dalmatia – Zlatni Rat near Bol – whose shingle promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly cause the beach shape to change. Bol is a typical fishermen’s village converted into a popular tourist destination yet retaining its charm. Continue towards the jet-set island of Hvar with lunch on board at the Pakleni Islands. Hvar is the longest and sunniest island in the Adriatic known for lush lavender fields and breath-taking beauty. Arrival in the afternoon on a tour of the town’s historical landmarks - the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower, and the oldest community theatre in Europe founded in 1612. Hike up the zig-zag path to the town fort overlooking the harbour for lovely scenic views of your ship and the Pakleni islands. In the evening Hvar offers a great choice of entertainment - numerous restaurants, bars and clubs with many open long into the night. Overnight in the port. (B, L)
Early morning cruise towards the small island Biševo to visit the Blue cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon (entrances to be paid on the spot – approx. 10-15 EUR). As sometimes weather conditions can be very unpredictable, the possibility of our visit will depend on those conditions, however you will be notified of this on time. Continue to the island of Vis, once a strategic naval Yugoslav base and closed to the public for years. Due to this isolation, Vis retains a special charm – “the Mediterranean as it once was” making it really interesting to visit. Situated on the northern side of the island, Vis has developed near the remains of ancient Issa, first urban centre in Croatia. Sample local wines. If interested, visit the remains of the Roman thermal place, City museum or simply take a walk enjoying the views of the beautiful Villae Rusticae situated along the waterfront. Overnight in the port of Vis.
(B, L, T)
Early morning departure towards the island of Korčula best known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. Stop for lunch in one of the secluded bays en route. Afternoon arrival in Korčula followed by a guided walking tour of this enchanting town surrounded by walls and one of the best preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean. The fish bone street pattern was used in Korčula Old Town’s design to provide a natural cooling effect providing citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation. Optional excursion to small village near Korčula Town for typical Dalmatian dinner and to find out more about the history and traditional way of living. Overnight in Korčula. (B, L)
Next morning, head further south to the Island of Mljet. The legend says Greek hero Odysseus spent years on this island when he was captured by the nymph Calypso. Join the cruise manager for a stroll to the famous salt lakes in the Mljet National Park and enjoy the boat ride to St. Mary Isle to visit an ancient Benedictine monastery, an old abbey and a Church dating back to the 12th Century. Alternatively, you can rent kayaks, bicycles, scooters or convertible cars to roam around the National Park or island on your own, but beware of the nymphs! Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the island. Overnight in port Polača or Pomena. (B, L,)
Departure for the small village of Slano on the mainland, a peaceful fishermen's village and the starting point for Ston, another, once fortified small village famous for its oysters. After exploring the town’s vast medieval ramparts a short coastal walk leads us to an oyster farm to learn more about oysters and a special tasting of this delicacy. Transfer to the ship for the Captain’s farewell dinner with live entertainment. (B, L, T, CD)
Early morning departure to Dubrovnik. The special charm of this world-famous town are the buildings that have remained from the time of the old Dubrovnik Republic. Many of the monuments belong to the modest Renaissance architecture with traces of Gothic style. Before tieding up at Gruž harbor, enjoy a cruise alongside the old Dubrovnik city walls while lunch is served on deck. After docking, transfer to the old town for the guided walking tour of this magical town. Take the cable car from the Old Town to Srđ mountain to enjoy scenic views of the Walls and Elaphiti Islands. For the energetic, we recommend a walk on top of the 1940 m long city walls. (B, L)
Breakfast and time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends! Check out by 9.00 AM and transfer to Dubrovnik airport. (B)
Length: 49,78 m
Width: 8,63 m
Height: 3,85 m
Max Passengers: 36
New in 2020.
• 9 cabins on upper deck each with private balcony
• 2 main deck cabins and 8 lower deck cabins
• Additional tour manager cabin on the lower deck
9 cabins with private balcony
Sale rates are valid until March 31, 2021.
WAYS WE ARE KEEPING YOU SAFE WHILE CRUISING WITH US
While efforts to contain COVID-19 continue to evolve, the cruise line has taken proactive steps to help customers have a healthy and safe cruise experience.
We want our guests to understand what we are doing today and planning for the near future in the areas of cleanliness, hygiene, and social distancing so that when they embark on one of our ships, they know our commitment to their health and safety is our priority.
This pandemic situation has forced us to rethink and raise the hygiene bar and also to change some of our regular procedures not just in terms of hygiene, but also our service.
Over the coming months, we will be introducing and keeping you updated with new ways to sanitize surfaces on our ships and other procedures that will ensure you a safe stay on board
1. Cleaning procedures
Disinfecting surfaces is one key way to minimize the spread of viruses.
Our ships will increase the frequency of our regular cleaning program and all common areas will be cleaned at least two times per day with the cleaning agents that have been proved to eliminate viruses and bacteria. Cleaning solutions with diluted bleach as well as those with at least 70% alcohol, are considered effective in combating coronaviruses. Handrails, doorknobs, remote controls, light switches, cabin keys, etc. will be disinfected multiple times daily, as well as common toilets on the ship.
Special attention will be given to ship salon cleaning, where desks, chairs, and other surfaces will be cleaned after every use.
Cabins will be cleaned on a daily basis, meaning all surfaces will be treated with effective sanitizers as mentioned above. Guests will be asked to leave their cabins during cleaning to avoid close contact and respect the social distancing policy. Extra blankets and pillows will be removed from the cabin wardrobes and will be provided on request. Guests can refuse the daily cleaning practice if they wish to.
2. Helping our guests
Personal hygiene including frequent hand washing and not touching your eyes, nose, or mouth is essential to minimizing the spread of the COVID-19 and other viruses. These recommendations are very important and will be repeated to guests frequently.
To ensure all our guests are safe we are introducing:
Hand sanitizers – will be available at the entrance of each ship as well as at the salon entrance. Guests will be kindly be asked to use the sanitizer every time getting on/off the ship or when entering the salon.
Soap and paper towels – will be provided to guests in their cabins for their personal use.
3. Air condition on the ship
All ships have air conditioning that can be self-regulated (for all our categories except Traditional vessels which are not fully air-conditioned). Salon and common hall areas are also air-conditioned. The AC system is maintained annually and filters are cleaned and replaced as needed. Due to the coronavirus situation and the negative image that large AC systems can contribute to the development and spread of the virus through ventilation systems, the cruise line will be taking extra measures in cleaning and disinfecting AC units. If guests do not wish to use AC in their cabins, they can easily be turned off.
The salon area will be organized in a way that social distancing will be respected and it will be suggested that salon doors and windows are kept open during breakfast and lunchtime to increase air circulation. Also, a suggestion is that guests will be reminded during their stay on the ship to keep in mind to open cabin windows multiple times daily for ventilation (where possible). Air ionizers will be placed in the restaurant on all vessels. The ionizers successfully eliminate all microorganisms and prevent the possibility of infection.
4. Social distancing
Our ships are small cruise ships, meaning that our groups are not bigger than 36 people. This is very important to highlight because we work with small groups and we are able to accommodate all social distancing requirements.
Furniture in public areas (salon) will be arranged to allow more space for distancing. Dining tables will provide seating for 4 people instead of 8, meaning that the salon will accommodate up to 24 people at once. Additional tables will be placed in the outside area.
Most of the ships have very spacious sundecks allowing the sunbeds and chairs to be easily placed at a 1,5 m distance as recommended. Sun chairs will be marked with cabin numbers and guests will be kindly asked to use the chair marked with their cabin number only.
The deluxe and deluxe superior ships with jacuzzi/hot tubs will have a limited number of people using it at a time – a maximum of two people if they are a couple or family members, as there is no evidence that a swimming pool or jacuzzi would put anyone in danger to get the COVID-19 virus, as long as social distancing and hygiene is observed.
One of the great experiences for our guests is using a dinghy to go from ship to nearest bay for swimming. This is done daily on our swim breaks, but due to this situation, we will have to limit the number of people in the dinghy from 8 to a maximum of 4 people at once.
5. Ship service
Breakfast and lunch will be served and no meals will be on a buffet. Depending on the size of the group and ship layout, meals will be served either in two sessions or simultaneously in the saloon and on the outside deck. Food will be prepared and served in gloves.
Finger food and other snacks that are usually served in salons for guests to have throughout the day, will be removed as well as all the magazines, newspapers, books, board games etc.
6. Further instructions
Swim stops will be regulated by the crew and the tour manager - in order to respect social distancing policy the number of people using the swim platform at once will be limited as well as people using the upper deck. The crew will keep track of the numbers to prevent crowding.
Each time before the ship arrives at the new destination/ port, the cruise manager will organize the procedure of how the guests will leave the ship to go onshore. This will be communicated to guests via the ship sound system. If two or more ships are moored next to each other, guests will be asked to respect the following procedures when embarking /disembarking the ship: those coming from the mainland should walk towards the stern, while guests wishing to leave their ship will go towards the bow if the design of the ships allows.
Welcome reception on the day of arrival will be held on the deck or in small groups in the salon, depending on the conditions of the boat.
The Croatian institute of public health suggests that guests carry their luggage on their own in order to avoid excessive contact. However, if you need the help of a crew member, they will be glad to assist you and they will do it using hand gloves and later they will disinfect their hands. Lastly, we recommend that you carry only one piece of luggage per person, as well as one piece of hand luggage.
All the above instructions will be posted on our website as well on all our programs description. Guests are kindly asked to pay attention to these instructions and to prepare for the new regulations before coming on board. Guests are also asked to respect check-in and check-out time and not to make crowds when entering or leaving the ship. They should always keep in mind the social distancing policy of 1,5 m.
All crew members will be informed and trained on the new procedures and will be advised to keep the highest hygiene standards and social distancing in guests' interaction. They will be advised to wear masks and gloves and to use hand sanitizers on a regular basis. Also, every day before starting their shift, they will need to measure their temperature and if they have any respiratory problems they will be instructed to consult their physician.
We ask our guests to be aware of their own responsibilities and adhere to the following guidelines:
Pay attention to the minimum distance of 1.50 m on board and on land and avoid crowds. Each guest is free to wear masks on board. Bring them in sufficient quantities. If you do not have masks with you, the crew will provide you with some in your cabin at extra cost. Also, you will be asked by the crew to measure your temperature once you come on board as a part of coronavirus safety procedures. If you feel ill during the voyage, notify the captain immediately and our crew will help you according to accepted procedures with the virus.
These rules are written in accordance with instructions and recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health and Ministry of Tourism. In case of any further changes and following the future development of the COVID 19 situation, we will update accordingly and announce on time.
The Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Croatia have given additional information when entering the Republic of Croatia, and with regard to the restrictions in force due to the control of Covid-19 disease. These are available on the following links:
On-line form for information on the possibilities of entering the Republic of Croatia (Croatian, English, and German):
Ministry of Internal Affairs - mup.gov.hr
View U.S. Embassy Zagreb Most Recent Alerts
Croatian government COVID-19 phone no. – dial 113.
List of on-call epidemiologists in Croatia
Government of Croatia’s COVID-19 website.
European Center for Disease Prevention and Control Coronavirus Page