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Dubrovnik to Dubrovnik cruise on Stella Maris

Created with Sketch. Dubrovnik, Korčula, Vis, NP Kornati, Zadar, Skradin, NP Krka, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Hvar, NP Mljet, Dubrovnik
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Duration

8 days/7 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

36 people

Languages

English

Overview

START DATEEND DATESHIPRATESALE
June 19, 2021June 26, 2021Stella Maris$2,195 $1,959
All rates are per person in US dollars.
Main deck upgrade: $360
Single use cabin supplement: 80%
REDUCTIONS:
3rd bed reduction (adult) - 30%
3rd bed reduction (child 3 - 8 years of age) - 70%
3rd bed reduction (child 8 - 12 years of age) - 50%
Child (3-12 years of age) in twin cabin with 1 adult - 20%

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Enjoy eight wonderful days exploring Dubrovnik, Korčula, Vis, NP Kornati, Zadar, Skradin, NP Krka, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Hvar, Mljet National Park. Stella Maris is an 18 cabin modern small ship that offers comfortable cruising along the Adriatic coast.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Dubrovnik

You will be transferred from Dubrovnik airport or your Dubrovnik hotel to the Dubrovnik port, where embarkation begins at 12:00 Noon. Get settled in your cabin before attending a Welcome Reception followed by dinner this evening. (D)

Day 2: Dubrovnik/Korčula/Vis

Early in the morning we set sail for the island of Korčula - the most preserved medieval town, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Take a walking tour of Korčula which takes you through its narrow, cobbled streets full of history. On our way to Vis, we stop to swim and have lunch on board. Upon arrival in Vis join our guided tour and get to know Vis. Once a strategic naval Yugoslav base and restricted to the public. Due to this isolation, Vis has a special charm – “the Mediterranean as it once was” making it really interesting to visit. Enjoy a stroll with the local guide. If interested, visit the remains of the Roman thermal place, City museum or simply take a walk enjoying the views. Overnight in the port of Vis. (B, L)

Day 3: Vis/NP Kornati/Zadar

During breakfast we continue our journey through Kornati National Park, including swim stop and lunch on board. Upon arrival in Zadar join our guided tour. Zadar is for centuries the capital of Dalmatia and the oldest university town in Croatia well known for its rich historical heritage of world importance, visible at every step: the Roman Forum from the 1st century, St Donat church from the 9th century - the most famous medieval basilica and the symbol of the city, mighty city walls with a bow and a representative city gate from 16th century, the Museum of ancient glass, over 30 churches in the old town, many palaces and villas, as well as the famous, contemporary Sea Organ and “Greeting to the Sun” light installation. Your evening is free in Zadar. (B, L)

Day 4: Zadar/Skradin (NP Krka excursion)/Šibenik

Early in the morning set sail for Skradin from where we will visit and discover the beauties of the Krka National park and the small access port of Skradin located on the Krka river, north of Šibenik where the flora and fauna are exceptional. With lunch on board and a swim stop we arrive in Šibenik where we spend the night in the port. You have a possibility to join guided tour of the city and enjoy free evening in Šibenik.
(B, L)

Day 5: Šibenik/Trogir/Split

In the morning we cruise to the old Dalmatian town of Trogir (Greek relief from 4th century was found here). After docking join a guided tour of Trogir with a local tour guide. Trogir is sometimes referred to as “miniature Venice” or a “mini Dubrovnik” because of its ancient walls, or a floating museum town - as it has a masterful architecture including some stunning Venetian palaces. After visiting Trogir set sail to Split with a stop along the way to swim, cool off and relax, if weather permits, with lunch onboard. In the late afternoon we arrive in Split to take a guided tour of the historical center of city which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Your evening is free in Split. (B, L)

Day 6: Split/Hvar/Mljet

Morning departure towards Hvar, the most popular island in the Adriatic and a meeting point for the international jet set. A sightseeing tour of this charming town, with 8 centuries of architecture, will show you the picturesque little streets and the first public theatre in Europe (older than Shakespeare’s theatre in the UK). Afterwards we set sail for Mljet Island. Tonight enjoy Captain’s dinner on board and overnight in port of Pomena. (B, L, CD)

Day 7: Mljet/Dubrovnik

After breakfast join Cruise Manager for a visit to the famous salt lakes in the National Park - Veliko Jezero (Big Lake) and Malo Jezero (Small Lake). Mljet National Park encompasses five types of forests and many species of birds. Afterwards we set sail for Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, a UNESCO World Heritage site with lunch on board. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, you will enjoy a guided tour of the magnificent Old Town, walk through STRADUN – both a street and a square, the most famous place inside the town walls, the famous city enlisted as UNESCO’s World Heritage site, where your guide will show you the most interesting sights of Dubrovnik. After city tour, you will be left on your own to explore the city, visit City Walls, the Franciscan Monastery with Europe's second oldest pharmacy, the Rector's Palace and the Cathedral, take a boat ride to Lokrum island or take the cable car to the top of the Mount Srđ. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B, L)

Day 8: Depart Dubrovnik

After breakfast it is time to disembark. Check out by 9:00 AM. You will be transferred to Dubrovnik airport or your Dubrovnik hotel. (B)

SHIP INFORMATION

FEATURES STELLA MARIS
Year of construction: 2017
Lenght: 49 m / 160.8 feet
Width: 8.18 m / 26.8 feet
Cabins: 18
Capacity: 36 passengers
Speed: 10 NM
Sun deck with sunbeds
Salon/Restaurant & Bar
Cabins with private bathroom, A/C & LCD TV
Free Wi-fi on board

STATEROOMS

DECK PLAN

SALE

Sale rates are valid until March 31, 2021.

Included/Excluded

  • 7 nights cruise from Dubrovnik to Zadar and back to Dubrovnik
  • Supreme category ship in a cabin with private bathroom, air conditioning & LCD TV
  • Arrival/departure shared transfer from airport/hotel to Split port and back on the first and last day
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • 6 lunches, all with 4 courses
  • 1 Captain's dinner, 1 Welcome dinner
  • Water dispenser
  • Complimentary coffee, tea, and fresh fruits available daily
  • Professional Cruise Manager throughout
  • Daily cabin servicing, fresh bed linen and towels midweek
  • Whisper technology
  • Luggage handling
  • Free Wi-Fi on board
  • SIGHTSEEING TOURS:
  • City tours of Korčula, Vis, Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Hvar, Dubrovnik
  • Guided tour to Krka National Park, Kornati National Park and Mljet National Park
  • Drinks on board
  • Extra meals
  • Port tax + Tourist tax 35 EUR net per person
  • (to be paid by invoice)
  • Entrance fees

Durations

8 days/7 nights

Languages

English

FAQs

How do we inquire about this cruise?
Please send us the inquiry about this cruise using one of the following:

- filling out the Inquire form located in the upper right corner in the calendar box
- send us an e-mail to info@jauntee.com (please include the cruise name, travel date, how many people
will be traveling, and the type of cabin you are interested in)
- call Jauntee cruise experts at 1-888-371-6826
What is deposit for the cruise?
The deposit is different for each cruise, and they vary from $100 - $300 per person.
When is the final payment due?
The final payment is due 45 days prior to the cruise.
What are the Covid-19 safety procedures while cruising in Croatia?
WAYS WE ARE KEEPING YOU SAFE WHILE CRUISING WITH US

Dear guests,

Your health and safety are our priority and proactive steps have been taken in terms of hygiene, but also our service to ensure you a safe stay on board.

We understand that travel is uncertain at the moment. Researching destinations that are safe, and the type of travel most suitable for you can be overwhelming. committed to providing you with a safe, healthy, and comfortable experience while you travel with us.

1. Cleaning procedures
Disinfecting surfaces is one key way to minimize the spread of viruses. We 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. 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’s salon cleaning, where desks, chairs, and other surfaces will be cleaned after every use. Cabins will be cleaned daily, 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. Social distancing
Our ships are small cruise ships, meaning that our groups are not bigger than 40 people. This is very important to highlight because we work with small groups and we can accommodate all social distancing requirements. Furniture in public areas (salon) will be arranged to allow more space for distancing. More information will be available with your Cruise Manager onboard. All 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. Ships with jacuzzi will have a limited number of people using it at a time – maximum 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.

3. Crew
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 regularly. 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 doctor.

4. 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, hand sanitizers will be available at the entrance of each ship as well as at the salon entrance. Guests will be kindly asked to use the sanitizer every time getting on/off the ship or when entering the salon. Soap, paper towels, and disinfecting wipes will be provided to guests in their cabins for their personal use.

5. Air condition on the ship
All ships have air conditioning that can be self-regulated. 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, the 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).

6. 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.

7. Further instructions
Swim stops will be regulated by the crew and Cruise Manager – to respect social distancing policy the number of people using the swim platform at once will be limited as well as people using the sun 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. 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.

The Croatian institute of public health suggests that guests carry their luggage on their own 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.

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.

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the World Health Organization and government health bodies, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. We ask that you please take personal responsibility for your well-being. This begins with packing personal protective equipment you may need. Please maintain physical distancing and hygiene before and during your travel arrangements and follow all health recommendations.

By traveling on small ships, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any area where people are present, and in any area where people have been.

By traveling on small ships, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold the cruise line, its employees, agents (Jauntee), contractors, suppliers, or partners liable for any illness or injury.

The well-being of you and of our team will always be our primary concern.

All the above instructions will be posted on our website as well on all our travel documents.
What are the small ships like?
DELUXE SUPERIOR

Deluxe superior is a new class of newer and larger ships, the best vessels that exist on the Adriatic sea built with high-quality materials of solid wood, glass, marble, stainless steel, and similar materials. Minimum 47 meters in length, newly built or refurbished after 2016, with hot tubs and beautiful sun decks with lounge area, deckchairs, and more. Spacious, superbly designed, air-conditioned en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, 15 to 20m2 in size. Cabins are equipped with wardrobes, deposit boxes, hairdryers, toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, etc. Included services: airport transfers, buffet breakfasts and three-course lunches with salad and cheese bar drink with lunch, Captain’s dinner with live music, dinner in a typical Croatian setting, sightseeings, English speaking tour manager, various entrance fees, various tastings, Visitors' tax & port fees, luggage handling, daily cabin service, tea, and coffee all day, water dispenser available. Complimentary Wi-Fi.

DELUXE

Deluxe ships are modern and state-of-the-art ships 42 to 47 meters in length. Spacious sun deck includes a hot tub, beautiful lounge area and sunbeds to enjoy wonderful Adriatic scenery. Deluxe vessels feature spacious, lavishly designed, air-conditioned en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, safety deposit box, bathroom toiletries, hairdryer, cupboard & wardrobe cabinet. Cabins are 12 to 17m2 in size. Included services: airport transfers, buffet breakfasts and three-course lunches with salad and cheese bar , drink with lunch, Captain’s dinner with live music, additional dinner in a typical Croatian setting, sightseeings, English speaking tour manager, various entrance fees, various tastings, Visitors' tax & port fees, luggage handling, daily cabin service, tea and coffee all day, water dispenser available. Complimentary Wi-Fi.

PREMIUM SUPERIOR

Premium superior ships are recently built mini deluxe vessels featuring similar comfort but are smaller in size – 38 to 41m in length. Air-conditioned cabins are 8 to 14m2 in size with double or twin beds, a hairdryer, and a safety deposit box. Included services: buffet breakfasts, three-course lunches, Captain’s dinner, English speaking tour manager on board, three guided tours, daily cabin service, a mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen, luggage handling, olive oil and wine tasting on board, afternoon tea, and coffee, water dispenser available. Complimentary Wi-Fi.
Which category should I choose?
Those who seek a bit more privacy, luxury, and comfort should choose Deluxe Superior, Deluxe (all costs are included in price, except gratuities), as well as on Premium Superior or Premium category vessels. Traditional / Traditional Ensuite vessels are intended more for young or young at heart people, groups of friends or different interest groups like alpinists, bikers and similar who do not mind sharing a small space and bathrooms for 7 days.
Which vessel category haves hot tub/ Jacuzzi?
Vessels in deluxe superior and deluxe category.
How many people are on the ship?
The number of persons on vessel varies from 20 to 40, depending on a size of the vessel.
What are the type of electricity sockets and voltage in the cabins?
Everywhere in Croatia, standard European sockets are used (Type F) - 2 pins, grounded, 16 A, 220 V. Socket is compatible with plug types C, E & F. Some of the new vessels also offer USB sockets.
Is there some snorkeling equipment of the ship?
Not as a rule, but sometimes there are. If you plan to snorkel – rather bring your own.
What are the security measures on the ship?
All the vessels are equipped with life-saving boats and life jackets which can be found under the beds in cabins or in marked wardrobe on the deck or in the salon. If you are non – swimmer, we kindly ask you to inform us and the captain earlier. During your stay on the vessel you need to pay attention on the following: steps are much tighter and sharper and it requires alert while coming down or going up; deck can be extremely slippery during rain or morning humidity, so it is necessary while you are walking on the vessel to hold the railing with one hand; it is strictly forbidden to climb on foremast, jumping off the deck during the cruise nor going far away from the vessel during swim pauses. During high season, harbors can be very crowded and often vessels are docked next to each other, so we kindly ask you to be very careful while you are going from one vessel to another. Crew assistance will be given to those needing and requesting it. Cruise is not recommended for clients in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
Can we drink water on the ship?
Even though the tap water on board is of good quality, we would not recommend you drink it on board as it comes from tanks. 1 liter of water is provided for you every day; further bottles are available for sale on the vessel.
What is the tipping suggestion on the ship?
We believe that tips should reflect good service and your satisfaction with the guide/cruise manager, crew and overall tour. Crew gratuities are equally distributed among the crew. Tipping is voluntary and completely at the discretion of individual trip participants. Your own currency or Croatian Kuna is acceptable.

TIPPING SUGGESTIONS PER PERSON

• Cruise Manager: EUR 5 (Kn 40) per person per day

• Crew (all vessel services and assistance with luggage): EUR 10 (KN 80) per guest per day

• Local guide (offers in-depth information at specific locations; there may be many guides along a tour program): EUR 1-2 (10-15 KN per half day of sightseeing)

• Restaurants & Cafes: If not included, tip 10%-15% of the check, depending on the quality of service

Taxis: Tip up to 10% of the fare (We recommend you book taxis via your tour/cruise manager and renegotiate taxi fares to avoid unpleasant surprises at the end of the journey
What currency is accepted?
Even though Croatia joined the EU in July 2013, the main currency accepted is the Croatian Kuna. Where possible; exchange your money in a bank or retrieve money from an ATM. Drinks onboard and all extra services such as transfers, excursions and accommodation need to be paid in local currency KUNA. Premium, Premium Superior, Deluxe and Deluxe Superior vessels offer credit card payment possibilities.

Most major towns and islands in Croatia such as Opatija, Dubrovnik, Split etc. will have ATMs that are linked to international networks; however, smaller towns may not have ATM facilities available. Credit cards such as Visa and MasterCard are widely recognized and are accepted in most tourist areas; however, it is always a good idea to have a small amount of cash if you are travelling off the beaten path.
What is the average air & sea temperature?
The average sea temperature during the July and August is 24,5°C and the temperature average during the July and August is 28°C. Be sure to take some clothes for possible cooler evenings (for example some sport fitting, windbreaker or similar) for spring and autumn departures.
How big are the cabins and what is an average size of the cabins?
Cabins offer enough places to sleep and the place for traveling bag. They're functional and mostly equipped with two beds, little wardrobe or open shelf. Traditional Ensuite, Premium and Premium Superior cabins have own bathrooms with shower and toilet. The cabin size depends on the category of the vessel. Deluxe Superior cabins are 15 to 20 m² and Deluxe Superior cabins are equipped with wardrobes, deposit box, hair dryer, toiletries, bathrobe, slippers etc., Deluxe cabins 12 to 17 m², Premium Superior cabins 8 to 14 m², Premium cabins 8 to 14 m², Traditional Ensuite cabins are approximately 5-8 m², Traditional cabins are 3,5-4 m².
What kind of beds do cabins have?
Premium Superior and Premium vessels have either twin or double beds. Some cabins can accommodate 3 persons - double bed and an extra bed above or next the double bed. Because of the limited number of different beds, we are not in a possibility to confirm or guarantee a specific type of bed, but we try to allocate guests according to their wishes. So, if you demand a specific type of bed, we kindly ask you to note that to us while making a reservation, and we will try to fulfill your wishes.
What is the average type and size of bed in cabin?
On Deluxe and Premium / Premium Superior vessels, there are twin or double beds in cabins. Approximate size of the twin bed is 90/100 m x 190/200 cm, while the size of a double bed is 150/160 m x 190/200 m.
What is the difference between lower and main deck cabins?
Cabins are situated on deck and on lower deck. ON DECK CABINS can be situated on the MAIN deck (deck on which you step on as you embark the vessel) and on UPPER deck (deck on top of the main deck). Cabins on lower deck are actually in the hull of the vessel. Advantage of cabins situated on deck is the direct exit to sea and more fresh air, while cabins on lower deck are sometimes quieter (only fellow passengers who booked lower deck cabins will pass by and not all passengers from your vessel as well as other vessels when docked) and comfortable because they are situated in a sea level which chills cabins naturally and hallways below deck are often air-conditioned which effect temperature in cabins too. Cabins on lower deck mostly have little portholes.
Do lower deck cabins have a window?
Lower deck cabins are in the hull of the vessel and they have a small porthole. According to the Croatian law and vessel rules, during a navigation portholes need to be closed to avoid water to come inside a cabin. When a vessel is docked in the port, portholes can be opened. On newer Premium Superior / Premium and Deluxe category vessels with steel hulls and air-conditioned cabins, portholes cannot be opened.
Are cabins cleaned during the week?
On the Deluxe Superior, Deluxe, Premium Superior and Premium vessels have daily cabin service. In all categories the cabins are cleaned and fresh bed linen is provided before your arrival.
Is there air conditioning in cabins?
All cabins are air conditioned (except sometimes during the night after midnight if there is limited access to electricity).
Do the ports have luggage storage?
Dubrovnik port - The nearest Luggage storage is the Travel Corner (Obala Stjepana Radića 40). The rates are: 50 kuna per day and 180 kuna per week (per hour: first 2 hours 12 kuna, each following 5 kuna per hour per bag). Split port - Luggage storage is to be found across of the street of the port line, where vessels are docked. 20 m forward (on the right, when looking from the boats) from the post office ( on a half a way from the post office to the bus station ) = 15 KN per bag (per day). Opatija port - In case of excess luggage please ask our Katarina line representative upon arrival to give you additional info about possible storage.
What should I bring?
We suggest to take lighter clothes, shorts, T – shirts, bathing suits, sandals and similar, and a few long arm shirts, long pants or wind sail for possible colder weather and breezy nights. Do not forget your hat, sunglasses, sun cream...
Do you provide food for people with special dietary needs?
We are limited to small kitchens when preparing special food for vegetarians and people with special diet demands. Please make sure to advise of any dietary needs at the time of your booking and our on-board chef will do their best to accommodate.
Can we bring our own drinks on board?
It is not allowed to bring and to consume your own drinks on the vessel. You can get your drinks at vessel salon which is at the same time restaurant, living room, and a bar. The bar is equipped with different alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. In case that you would like to consume a drink not available at time, please advise the crew and they will try to arrange it for you at the next port of call.
Do we pay for drinks?
Drinks purchased from the vessel bar can be paid in EUR or KN. Clients will get daily reports of consumed drinks from previous day and payment for all is at check out . On all deluxe and premium vessel categories you can pay with credit cards as well.
What are the ship rules?
Vessel rules are to protect our customers on board and we would like all clients to have consideration for other people.

If in our opinion any passenger behaves in a way to cause or likely to cause danger or distress to any third party we reserve the right in terminating the travel of the person(s) concerned without any refund.

Passengers on board are obliged to abide by the vessel rules, as captain is responsible for the safety of all passengers and the crew. Captain has the right to change the itinerary in case of bad weather or similar inappropriate conditions in ports to ensure safety on board.
Passports are to be shown to the captain for registration on the first day of the cruise at check in.
Jumping or diving from the vessel during navigation is strictly forbidden. For safety reasons climbing on the masts is also forbidden.
During rough weather, any movement should be done with care and as little as possible. The floors can often be wet and slippery. Passengers should take extra care crossing between the vessels when they are docked together in port. Do not hesitate to ask a crew member for assistance when crossing. Movement between the vessels is the individuals' responsibility.
Safety belts are placed under the seats in the dining area or below the bunks in the cabins (depending on the vessel).
As the vessels are explicitly acoustic all passengers are asked to behave accordingly. Special attention must be given to night peace onboard, which officially is at midnight. In National Parks, even earlier night peace is required and guests will be notified of this.
Smoking is allowed only in designated area. Smoking in the restaurant area and in the cabins is not allowed and when smoking on the deck passengers must not throw cigarette butts in the sea.
Bed linens must not be taken out of the cabins.
Please take special attention not to throw anything into toilets except toilette paper.
Passengers are not permitted to bring drinks and food on the vessel. This includes all drinks and food products purchased on shore in ports of call. The exceptions are personal care products, liquid medicine, food products specifically for infants and food products for special diets. Typical regional products purchased during visits to the ports will be stored on board to be returned to passengers at the end of the cruise.
Guests are obliged to respect meal times on board, which are placed on the board in the salon, as well as departure times to next port.
Any damage must be compensated to the captain by the passenger. Lost cabin keys will be charged 150 kunas per key.
It is strictly forbidden to throw rubbish into the sea.
Water is a problem on every vessel, therefore please be very rational with it. The same applies to the electricity which runs on the generator.
Guests must close the portholes in cabins under deck during navigation, to avoid their cabins getting wet by the sea water entering the cabin through the porthole.
The captain and the crew will be available for any questions or queries and will do their best to make your stay on board a most pleasurable one. If captain and his crew are not providing satisfactory service, please contact our office for further help, as our aim is to make you satisfied during your stay onboard.
Service charge is not included in the price and therefore please tip at your own discretion
We believe that tips should reflect good service and your satisfaction with the guide/cruise manager, crew and overall tour. Crew gratuities are equally distributed among the crew. Tipping is voluntary and completely at the discretion of individual trip participants. Your own currency or Croatian Kuna is acceptable.
TIPPING SUGGESTIONS PER PERSON: Cruise Manager: EUR 5 (Kn 40) per person per day, Crew (all vessel services and assistance with luggage): EUR 10 (KN 80) per guest per day, Local guide (offers in-depth information at specific locations; there may be many guides along a tour program): EUR 1-2 (10-15 KN per half day of sightseeing), Restaurants & Cafes: If not included, tip 10%-15% of the check, depending on the quality of service, Taxis: Tip up to 10% of the fare (We recommend you book taxis via your tour/cruise manager and renegotiate taxi fares to avoid unpleasant surprises at the end of the journey

DISCLAIMER: Due to specific mooring conditions and requirements in some Croatian ports, ships are moored side by side, making it necessary for the clients to cross from one vessel to another with gaps in between vessels in order to get to the shore. In such cases clients need to take special care when crossing and do this at their own risk. Crew assistance will be given to those needing and requesting it.

Cruise not recommended for clients in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
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