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Dubrovnik Sailing Vacations

The medieval city of Dubrovnik on Croatia’s Adriatic Coast is known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ for good reason.

The legacy of those who have ruled Dubrovnik over the centuries is a city with some of Europe's most fascinating architecture and culture to be found anywhere in Europe, and one that combines its historic past with its hip, modern present with ease – with all the cafes, shopping and nightlife that you could wish for.

The islands of the Dubrovnik Riviera are renowned for their natural beauty and the crystal clear waters which surround them. A Dubrovnik yacht charter or flotilla delivers an ideal blend of history, stunning scenery and excellent eating.

 
  • Dubrovnik Flotilla

    Sailing from Dubrovnik combines superb sailing with the beauty of a UNESCO World Heritage site. The glistening turquoise waters bounded by stunning coves and caves will leave you spellbound. Cruise between the beautiful islands and rugged peninsulas of the Dalmatian coast and lap up the culture that Dubrovnik has to offer.

    • Croatian Riviera
    • Pristine beaches and secluded coves
    • Great sailing conditions
    • Clear turquoise water
    • Fantastic Walled city
  • Dubrovnik Yacht Charter

    The wondrous medieval walled city of Dubrovnik old town is an appropriate gateway to the Dalmatian coastline. This world famous sailing area, combines history and culture with stunning natural beauty. The steady winds transport you between lively historic towns and secluded bays. Bisevo's famous blue grotto and the beautiful island of Korcula are but two of the must see attractions.

    • Stunning Dubrovnik old town – world heritage site
    • Korcula
    • Vibrant cultural towns
    • Beautiful islands
    • Secluded white sand bays
  • Korčula Flotilla

    Visit the 'Jewels of the Adriatic' the Mljet National Park and the Golden Island of Sipan as you explore the dazzling Croatian Riviera. Steady winds will take you south between the stunning vistas of the Dalmatian Islands passing sleepy fishing villages and pristine beaches along the way. Don’t forget to wander the streets of Dubrovnik old town and admire its World Heritage status.

    • Exploring Dubrovnik
    • Cultural Korčula Town
    • Sensational Mljet National Park and salt lakes
    • Plavac Mali wine
    • Famous Ston town wall
    • Historic architecture
    • Snorkelling the Adriatic