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The MS Mirabela is a completely naturist cruise with extra long afternoon breaks in deserted coves to enjoy a long naked swim.
You can jump off the boat and of course easily climb back on. The overnight stays take place as much as possible in small fishing villages or deserted bays.
MS Mirabela is a 1950s motor sailer with a length of 25.50 meters and was renovated again in 2005. A maximum of 26 people can be accommodated in the 11 cabins. There are two decks where the cabins are located. On the main deck are four cabins with a French bed (140×190 cm) and a 3rd bed above. In addition, on the main deck there are two 2-person cabins with a bunk bed. On the upper deck are five 2-person cabins with a bunk bed. All cabins have their own shower/toilet and air conditioning that you can regulate yourself. There is limited space in a cabin, so we recommend that you bring a folding sports bag instead of a hard case.
From 23-07-2022 to 30-07-2022.
€891.- per person. (If you travel alone, you pay an extra €100.-).
Trogir – Island Brač – Island Korčula – Island Lastovo – Island Vis – Island Biševo & Blue Caves on Island Hvar – Island Šolta – Island Drvenik – Veli – Trogir
Saturday: Trogir – Island Brač
You are expected on the ship at the port of Trogir between 12:00 and 14:00. You will be welcomed with a welcome drink and you will get to know the crew and fellow passengers. Around 3:00 PM the anchor will be lifted and you will then sail to the island of Brač. On this island is one of the most beautiful Mediterranean beaches where you can take the first dip. Unfortunately, it is mandatory to wear swimwear here. You can enjoy dinner on board and continue sailing to the port of Bol.
Sunday: Island Brač-Island Korčula
Today the destination is Korčula Island. Early in the morning it is time to sail to a beautiful place. There you can take a dip and lunch will be served. Early in the afternoon we sail to the town of Korčula. This is the capital of the island of the same name. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and is also called “little Dubrovnik”. You have approximately 2 hours to discover this lovely old city. Then we will sail to a small bay to take another dip in the water.
Monday: Island Korčula-Island Lastovo
The island of Lastovo is approximately 3 hours by boat from the island of Korčula. This island has been closed to tourists for decades because a military base was stationed here during the former Yugoslavia. A few years ago, this archipelago was declared a National Park (approximately € 4 entrance fee per person, to be paid locally). We first dock in the bay of Sveti Mihajlo near the village of Lastovo, where you will have ample time to explore Lastovo, which is barely 1 km from the ship’s dock. After lunch on board, we will go to Velo Lago bay. Here we will spend the night.
Tuesday: Island Lastovo – Island Vis
After a swimming break and lunch, today you will go to the second “forbidden” island of our trip, which is island “Vis”. Like Lastovo, the island of Vis was closed to foreign visitors until the late 1980s. This was once the runway of an air force base. Also interesting are the tunnel-like undersea bunkers that can be seen here. Once as protection against enemies. Today they serve as protection against bad weather for the fishermen. We spend the night in the harbor of Vis, the main town of the island. Vis is a charming town with romantic alleys and cafes.
Wednesday: Island Vis – Island Biševo & Blue Caves on Island Hvar
Just a few nautical miles from Vis is the islet of Biševo with the famous “Blue Caves” (Modra Špilja). The trip to the cave takes place with small boats, entrance fee incl. boat trip approx. €14 per person, payable locally. After the visit to the Blue Cave we set course for the island of Hvar. For the night we moor in the coves just before the town of Stari Grad. These bays turn turquoise green. It really is a paradise!
Thursday: Island Hvar – Island Šolta
Before breakfast, you can enjoy a refreshing bath in the morning. Afterwards, head to nearby Stari Grad, the oldest town and settlement on the island of Hvar. Stari Grad (translated: Old Town) was once the main town of the island. The sights are well preserved. You will have approximately two hours to explore the city before heading to the island of Šolta. Šolta is one of the smaller Dalmatian islands and is known by connoisseurs for its first-class, dark olive oil. Here we anchor and spend the night.
Friday: Island Šolta – Island Drvenik – Veli – Trogir
After breakfast you will go to the last island of your trip, Drvenik Veli. You will spend your last swimming break of this trip in the bay of a small island. Then you will sail to Trogir, arriving late in the afternoon. In Trogir you can still enjoy the unique atmosphere and the alleys of the old town. The city is not called “Museum City” for nothing and is protected by UNESCO. You will be given a tour of the old town, followed by dinner on board.
After breakfast it is time to leave the ship before 09:00 AM. Get out after breakfast
until 9:00 a.m.
– If a mooring is too warm for the night, it is possible to move to another bay to use electricity for generators. This way you can use the air conditioning.
– Where possible, overnight stays and encounters with other ships are avoided.
– The route can be adjusted when necessary due to, for example, local or weather conditions. The route can also be performed in reverse.
– Inside the salon and when the ship is in port, clothing (at least swimwear) is mandatory. You can relax naked on the sundeck in the quiet coves and at the (unofficial) nudist beaches.
– Welcome snack
– Full board
– Captain’s Dinner
– City tour in Trogir
– German speaking tour guide in the port and during embarkation and disembarkation
– The journey to and from the ship.
– Tourist tax and harbor dues, you pay on the spot upon embarkation and are € 28,- per person per week.
Facilities & Relaxation:
All overnight stays are based on full board. There are 2 towels per person included, a welcome snack, captain’s dinner, German-speaking guidance in the harbor at check-in and check-out. The cabins have their own shower/toilet and air conditioning. There is a 100m2 sundeck with 14 sunbeds, a table with benches on deck for 18 people and a saloon with air conditioning for 26 people.
With your own car:
You can drive to Trogir with your own car. From Utrecht it is approximately 1300 kilometers to Rijeka.
It is about 1 hour and 40 minutes by plane to Split, possibly from Rotterdam or Amsterdam. There are only flights from Amsterdam on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays and from Rotterdam every day. Flight and transfer prices are on request. We can also arrange an extra night in Split or Trogir for you.
If you come by car: It is mandatory to have an Autobahn vignette on the Austrian and Slovenian motorways. This Austrian vignette is available in Austria at all motorway border crossings and in the Netherlands at the ANWB. The Slovenian vignette is available at the border.
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Croatia is located on the Adriatic Sea and borders Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Serbia and Montenegro to the east and Bosnia-Herzegovina to the south. Italy is located on the other side of the sea. The surface of Croatia is 56,542 km². This is about the same size as Belgium and the Netherlands combined.
Croatia has about 4.4 million inhabitants. The Croats are a very hospitable people. The modesty coupled with their great hospitality makes a tourist feel at home in this beautiful country. But besides being hospitable, friendly and helpful, Croats are above all a very proud people.
Sights: You go along the many islands off the coast. As much as possible people sleep in fishing villages or deserted bays.
In addition to Croatian, you can get along well with English, German or Italian in the tourist areas. Along the coast, a dialect similar to Venetian is spoken. Croatian language belongs to Slavic language family.
The official currency of Croatia is the kuna (kuna = 100 lipas). Most stores also accept euros.
Foreign currency can be exchanged at banks, exchange offices, post offices and most travel agencies, hotels and campgrounds.
In larger towns you can go almost everywhere with Traveler Checks and credit cards. You can also ‘pin’ in the larger places. Always have enough cash. In some areas, banks and post offices are scarce.
Croatia is a sunny country. The sun shines for about 2500 hours a year and the average temperature in summer is 23 ° C. There are two climate zones in Croatia; in the interior a continental climate predominates, partly also mountain climate. Inland, winters are harsh and wet and summers hot and dry. There is a lot of rain and snow in the mountains. The area along the Adriatic coast has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with many hours of sunshine, dry warm summers and mild wet winters.
|Climate table Croatia|
|Average number of hours of sunshine per day||6||7||8||10||9||7||5|
|Average number of days of rainfall||8||8||9||7||7||7|
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