7 Day Crewed Motor Yacht Itinerary - Trogir to Trogir

Map | Brac | Vis | Hvar | Korcula | Lostovo | Hvar | Solta | Trogir

Croatia boasts stunning natural beauty, sophisticated nightlife and incredible food, making it the perfect place to explore on a crewed yacht charter. The turquoise waters and impressive rock sculptures are sure to leave a lasting impression. From historical sights to lively beach clubs, there is something to suit everyone and makes for an ideal destination for friends and families alike. Adventurers, food lovers and sun seekers will all be impressed by the towns, secret bays and coves on each of the islands.  Our brokers will help design a tailor-made Itinerary, such as our sample itinerary below.


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 The markers on the map above show the locations of the destinations listed below.

Day 1: Trogir to Brac

Your first cruise will take you towards the unsung hero of the Adriatic: Brac. Brac is most famous for the long white stretch of sand that stretches out into the ocean, called Zlatni Rat. After strolling along the beach and a dip, head back onboard to get ready for Captain's Cocktails and dinner. Konoba Gustirna is our recommended restaurant in Brac, known for its traditional spit-roasted lamb. Wash down with a good local Pošip for a memorable first evening. 


Day 2: Brac to Vis

When you wake up on Brac, spend some time relaxing on the beach and swim in the cerulean waters. There is great scuba diving from Lucice bay, or you can explore the town and sample some olive oil for which this area is famous for!  Covered in pine forest, lovely olive groves and vineyards, Brac may well be a contender for your favourite island on this trip.

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon sail as your Captain takes your yacht towards the island of Vis, the furthest island in the Adriatic from the Croatian coast. This island has managed to remain fairly untouched by tourism, enabling its natural beauty to be preserved. The architecture of the buildings are incredible and from the port, you can walk along the water's edge, providing wonderful views of the bay. Lola Konobar bar and garden is a lovely spot to have some food and drinks with your family and friends, before returning to your yacht for the evening. 


Day 3: Vis to Hvar

On your first day, spend some time exploring the old city, riding along the scenic and flat roads of the north side of the island, taking in the views of the stunning coastal and inland villages, lavender fields, olive groves and vineyards. Swim at Dubovica beach or head to the nearby Pakleni islands for a sea kayak tour, where you can discover the hidden beaches and crystal clear waters of Hvar. For dinner, dine at Restaurant Gariful and relax at a vintage wine bar. 


Day 4: Hvar to Korcula

Enjoy an early morning breakfast before travelling onwards to Korcula; now is the time to get out the water toys and experience the thrill of diving, jet skiing or perhaps venture to a local windsurfing school to try out the most popular watersport in the Peljesac Channel! Visit the Bay of Mali Ston and take in the untouched nature of the protected natural area, covered with lush vegetation and surrounded by azure blue waters. Our recommended restaurant in Korcula is Restaurant Filippi, where you can enjoy some delightful Croatian cuisine!

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Day 5: Korcula to Lostovo

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Your next stop is Lostovo, one of Croatia's most remote islands. This is the perfect opportunity to pop on your hiking boots in search of the best, undisturbed views the Dalmatian Islands have to offer. Hike up to the Lighthouse to get the best views of the coastline and see those turquoise waters from above. We recommend that you use a kayak to explore her shores and visit one of the few restaurants on the north side of the island. Visit Opg Podanje, an authentic farm where they cook guests their produce in a traditional, Croatian way.


Day 6: Lastovo to Hvar

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Today we recommend you spend some time exploring the old city, ride along the scenic and flat roads of the north side of the island, and take in the views of the stunning coastal and inland villages, lavender fields, olive groves and vineyards that Hvar has to offer. Swim at Dubovica beach or head to the nearby Pakleni islands for a sea kayak tour, where you can discover the hidden beaches and crystal clear waters of Hvar. For dinner, dine at Restaurant Pasarola and relax at a cocktail bar. 

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Day 7: Hvar to Solta

Get out your snorkelling gear as this island has many popular diving destinations, such as Livka, Stračinska, Senjska and Jorja Bay – delve into vibrant coral reefs, underwater caves and even shipwrecks!


Day 8: Solta to Trogir

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On your final day of cruising, head to the beautiful Trogir and make the most of your day in the town; in the summer, the wide seaside promenade is very popular as it is lined with bars, cafés and restaurants as well as yachts! Wander the maze-like marble streets at your leisure, before heading back to your yacht to make the most of your time on board, relaxing on the aft deck as your crew serves you a delightful meal. Alternatively, head to Alka restaurant and sip some local Croatian wine as the sun sets over the quaint town. Have one last dip in the water and explore the island for the final time using the paddle boards and canoes before disembarking.


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Croatia is fast becoming one of our most popular luxury yacht charter destinations. The Boatbookings expert brokers know the area inside and out and, as such, can recommend the best things to do and the must-see sites during your charter. Enquire today for your bespoke Croatian proposal!

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