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Dubrovnik Flotilla

Overview

Dubrovnik, known as ‘The Jewel of the Adriatic’, is a cultured, cosmopolitan city steeped in history. It is surrounded by tall ramparts and there are only two entrances into the old town and since 1979 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sunsail’s Dubrovnik flotilla vacations explore the coastline known as the Croatian Riviera, as well as taking in the islands of Korcula, Scedro and Lastovo to the west.

A two-week Dubrovnik sailing vacation gives sailors the opportunity to enjoy lovely beaches, visit the famous salt lakes of Mljet and to relax over good food in any number of charming fishing villages.

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

The mild climate, steady winds and crystal clear waters of the Croatian Riviera make Dubrovnik flotilla sailing a delightful experience. 

With short island hops and some potential for longer passages on free sailing days, this is a flotilla that is best suited to confident sailors with a reasonable amount of previous sailing experience. 

Summer temperatures range from 73 - 86 F (23 to 30 C) and winds generally from 10 to 20 knots (11 - 23 mph), usually north/north-easterly.

What's included ?

At Sunsail we don’t want you to worry about all the little details. That’s why we include so much in your Flotilla package.
Your Flotilla to the Caribbean will include:

Dubrovnik Highlights

Sunsail’s Dubrovnik flotilla allows sailors to explore the island gems of the Croatian Riviera – from pine-covered Scedro to lush Lastovo with its thirty churches – as well as the fascinating city of Dubrovnik.


  • Stonski Canal

    With the sound of cicadas filling the air, sail your yacht to Kobas Stonski Canal and up the narrow inlet between densely-wooded hillsides to the picturesque cove of Kobas, a perfect overnight anchorage that has long been a favorite of visiting charterers. Arrive early to make sure you get a space on the jetty and something to eat at Kobas’ only restaurant!

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  • Korcula Town Korcula

    The attractive town of Korcula resembles Dubrovnik in the way that it blends ancient history with an air of modern sophistication and is a stopover that should not be missed on a Dubrovnik yacht charter. Explore the medieval town, have a drink on the seafront promenade and enjoy some excellent seafood at one of the many restaurants in town.

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  • Lastovo

    Sail your Dubrovnik yacht charter to Lastovo through an archipelago of remote and uninhabited islands, stopping off at Lastovo itself to explore the picturesque old town with its fine churches and historic fort before sitting down to a simple dinner of grilled fish accompanied by some good local wine at a low-key waterfront restaurant.

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  • Polace Mljet

    A yacht charter to Polace Mljet brings you to the stunning Arcadian landscape of the Mljet National Park, said to be the most beautiful of all the islands in the Adriatic. Explore the stunning saltwater lakes and the monastery that sits in the middle of one on foot or by bike, and take a dip in their clear green waters.

    View Polace Mljet Highlight