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Destination: Croatia
Duration: 8 days

Naturist cruise along the Croatian coast and islands promises visits to historic towns and fascinating islands. During the trip there will be plenty of opportunity to sunbathe and swim naked. Sail along and enjoy all the islands along the beautiful coastline. Naturism is welcome and expected on board, except in port and during meals.

 

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Naturist cruise along the Croatian coast and islands promises visits to historic towns and fascinating islands. During the trip there will be plenty of opportunity to sunbathe and swim naked. Sail along and enjoy all the islands along the beautiful coastline. Naturism is welcome and expected on board, except in port and during meals.

Day 1 Split-Pučišća:
The departure from Split is at 1:00 PM and after that there is an immediate opportunity to have lunch. After lunch there will be the opportunity to swim at Ruskamen. This is a naturist beach 6km from Omiš. Then the cruise will continue to Pučišća on the island of Brać, a typical Mediterranean place, located on the north side of the island. This is the cradle of the world famous Brač white stone. Here you will have the opportunity to visit one of the few remaining stonemasons in Europe. Enjoy the local food, wine and famous olive oil of this coastal village. The overnight stay is in the port of Pučišća.

Day 2 Pučišća-Korčula:
By the time you reach the deck in the morning, Pučišća is already behind us. After the swim stop in the crystal clear sea at the naturist campsite Mlaska, we sail towards Korčula – the birthplace of Marco Polo. Lunch will be served on the tip of the Pelješac peninsula (at Lovište) or in the quiet bay of Kneža on the island of Korčula. In the afternoon we arrive in Korčula for a guided sightseeing of this exceptional city (included on Premium Superior and Premium ship). Legend has it that Korčula was found by the Trojan hero Antenor in the 12th century BC. This island has more legends, stories and monuments than almost any other. In the evening, visit one of the many restaurants by the sea or enjoy the beautiful view of the coast and the mountains from the cafes and bar. We will spend the night in Korčula.

Day 3 Korčula-Lastovo:
Before leaving, we propose a short morning walk around the open market in Korčula where you can buy fresh fruit to enjoy during the day. There is a swimming break at one of the naturist beaches on the tiny island of Badija. We continue our cruise towards Lastovo, the furthest inhabited island in Dalmatia, called the Imperial Island. Once docked in the port of Ubli, there is an opportunity to visit the protected natural park or the largest town on the island – Lastovo. The island is surrounded by many smaller islands, with numerous secluded coves suitable for snorkeling, but also known for many small churches and unusually shaped chimneys. There will be a captain’s dinner on board and the overnight will be in Ubli.

Day 4 Lastovo-Ravnik (green cave) -Komiža:
We leave early in the morning for the island of Vis, which was closed to tourists for years due to its unique geographic location. Vis was a strategic port for the navy and this isolation gives Vis a special charm of the ‘Mediterranean as it once was. We will then continue to the small island of Ravnik, which is home to the Green Cave, named after the unusual light reflected in the sea from the hole in the roof of the cave. Access to the Green Cave is approx. EUR 10 per person to be paid on site. After a short swimming break (weather permitting), we continue to the town of Komiža for overnight. Komiža is a typical fishing village located on the western part of the island. Enjoy the walk through the narrow alleys or on one of the pebble beaches with fresh water springs, which stretch all along the eastern side of Komiža bay. Overnight in Komiža / Vis.

Day 5 Komiža-Biševo (blue cave) -Stari Grad:
Early in the morning, we will cruise to the small island of Biševo to visit the Blue Cave, a beautiful natural phenomenon. Weather conditions here are often changeable and our visit will depend on this. The crew will notify you. Admission to the Blue Grotto must be paid on site (approx. EUR 14 per person). After a swimming break at one of the beaches on the island of Jerolim, we continue towards Stari Grad on the island of Hvar, the sunniest Adriatic island. It is then time for a guided tour of Stari Grad (included on the Premium Superior ship). The famous Stari Grad field is the oldest in Croatia and the best preserved example of the ancient Greek system of agriculture. It is part of the world heritage protected by UNESCO. The overnight stay is in Stari Grad.

Day 6 Stari Grad-Bol:
Breakfast is followed by a short swimming break at the Nudist naturist camp in Vrboska. During lunch you will sail towards the beautiful island of Brač and the famous town of Bol. Swimming is planned on Dalmatia’s most famous beach – Zlatni Rat (the Golden Horn) – its pebble promontory shifts from side to side, changing shape depending on the direction of wind and waves. Bol is a typical fishing town, now a popular tourist destination, but still unspoilt. Here we have the opportunity to enjoy excellent fresh fish, local wines and other delicacies from this unique island. Hike or rent a scooter to go up to Vidova Gora for a spectacular view over Bol and the surrounding area. The overnight stay is in Bol.

Day 7 Bol-Šolta:
We spend our last day relaxing and swimming in several quiet bays of the island of Brač. We will continue towards Šolta Island with a swimming break in Livka Bay and lunch will be on board. In the late afternoon we arrive in Stomorska – a town that has everything a modern tourist needs, but without losing its small fishing village charm. This little town immediately wins over everyone with its rustic charm and the hospitality of the locals. Enjoy a BBQ party on board in the evening and then it’s time for the last night in Šolta.

Day 8 Šolta-Split:
We leave for Split early in the morning and then it is time to check out.

We will sail with the ship MV Spalato or an equivalent ship.

The vessel MV Spalato Premium Superior was put into service in 2012. It has a capacity of 38 passengers in 19 cabins (19 double or twin).

The MV Spalato’s public areas include a fully air-conditioned lounge restaurant on the main deck. This is large enough to comfortably seat all passengers, equipped with a bar, LCD TV and free WiFi. There are large windows to enjoy the beautiful view during breakfast and lunch.

The elegant 36m MV Spalato was built for cruises along the beautiful Dalmatian coastline. There are 19 spacious cabins available, each with its own bathroom, fully air-conditioned and comfortably furnished. The cabins have a double bed or twin beds and are equipped with a safe, radio, hairdryer, 220v power supply, plenty of storage space and up-to-date safety equipment. The cabins are spread over 3 decks for extra space and comfort.

On the main deck at the rear is a large covered outdoor terrace, the perfect place to enjoy a drink and the Adriatic sea air. Sun worshipers can relax on the top deck (Sun Deck) with lounge chairs and a partially shaded area. At the back of the boat, there is also an oversized swim platform with ladders and easy access to the water for swimming stops along the way.

Cabin specification – 19 cabins (no triple cabins)
Upper deck: 7 cabins (1 double, 6 cabins with two single beds)
Main deck: 4 cabins (double beds)
Lower deck: 8 cabins (twin beds – fixed beds)

With your own car:
From Utrecht it is approximately 1700 kilometers to drive to Split. You can drive your own car to Split.

Flight information:
It is approximately a 2-hour flight to Croatia. We mediate for Croatia Airlines and Transavia. It is possible to fly to Split by plane and board the ship. Flight and transfer prices are on request.

Extra information:
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.

Ask here a non-binding offer for the entire package.

The prices below are per person (based on 2 people) for the full 7 night / 8 day cruise from 14th to 21st August.

DeckPrice August 14-21
Above deck€ 1.080, –
Lower deck€ 1.010, –

You must pay € 40 per person on site for port and tourist tax.

It is also possible to stay in a cabin with 3 people. The 3rd person in a cabin receives a 30% discount. Children under 10 years receive a 50% discount and singles pay 150% of the per person price.

Including:
– Daily breakfast buffet
– 3 lunches
– Captain’s dinner and BBQ. The other days you eat on your own in the harbor
– Guided tours in Korcula and Stari Grad
– Towels and sheets
– Olive oil and wine tasting on board
– Afternoon tea and coffee
– Unlimited water available
– Free WIFI

Optional surcharges:
– Entrance at National Park approximately € 14, – pp
– Entrance at Blue Cave approx. € 14 pp
– Entrance at Green Cave approximately € 10 pp
– Baby cot € 50, –
– Parking space € 10 to € 15 per day
– Transfer from and to Split airport € 50, –
– Beach towels € 10, –
– English breakfast € 40 per person per cruise
– Extra towel package € 3, –
– Extra beach towel € 5, –
– Daily cabin cleaning € 15 pp per cruise

 

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