- Accommodation on our boat
- 8 day cruise
- Breakfast every day
- Lunch every day
- Boat parties
- Cliff diving
- Your seaworthy Stokie to guide you through the Croatian oceans
- Unlimited beer and sangria for only €10 per day (1 – 10pm)
- Optional nightly dinners
You want boat specifics? You get specifics.
- 18 beds below deck
- 2 cabins on main deck
- Air conditioners in saloon and below deck (not in cabins)
- Saloon for 20 people
- Sun deck 60 m2 with shadow and sun chairs
- 3 toilets/showers
- Surround system on top deck and in saloon
- All cabins are equipped shore power for charging phone’s/laptops (European plug in 220V), wash basin, liquid soap,
This is a guide itinerary of Split -Spilt which may change due to weather conditions.
Day 1: Makarska
In and around Makarska
Welcome aboard! Before the first voyage, you will get a welcome drink and a speech about the crew, ship rules and a general rundown of itinerary. We leave Split and head to Makarska around mid-day, stopping in some beautiful bays to swim. This night is reserved for partying (what else?) in the famous Cave bar.
Day 2: National Park Mljet
Early departure to one of the seven National parks in Croatia, the island of Mljet, with a swim stop along the way. We’ll take an afternoon stroll along the lakes on the island, plus we can go kayaking or swimming in a salt water lake. Tonight we’ll have dinner on board.
Day 3: Dubrovnik Pearl of the Adriatic
In and around Dubrovnik
Arrive in Dubrovnik around lunch time, so that you have all day to explore old town and jump from famous the cliffs outside of the old city walls. The afternoon is your own, walk around the old town city walls or take a Game of Thrones tour. and then go on to what is famed as one of the best disco bars in Croatia, the Culture Club, Revelin, situated in a fortress in the walls of old town.
Day 4: Korcula
Well arrive in Korcula harbour around 3pm, giving us enough time to visit the disputed house of Marco Polo and explore old town or chill out on ships sun deck before heading to Bokar wine bar and taste local Croatian wines and have some cheese/meat/bread nibbles. To start the party, we’ll head to Deja Vu, an outdoor bar run by “Crazy Niki,” before continuing on to Dos Locos, where you can show off your hidden talents on the stripper poles.
Day 5: Hvar
We arrive in Hvar for lunchtime, but its impossible to go to harbour till about 19:00. The boat will be anchored offshore at a relaxing swim location, but we will take a taxi boat into town and head up to the “Spanjola” fortress for a beautiful view before heading down for some beach time or seaside cocktails. Later that night, we’ll head over to SEVEN bar for welcome shots and a fire show, getting warmed up for the all night party at Carpe Diem, the famed techno club based on the island just in front of the harbour.
Day 6: Omiš
We’ll arrive early afternoon, offering you ample time for exploration or adventuring. If you’re up for it, the options are endless – ziplining across 8 cables up to 150m up, rafting down the river Cetina, kayaking through the canyon, the list goes on. That evening, we’ll grab some food from the supermarket and hike up to the old fortress for a sunset picnic. Rest up for the big night ahead in Split with a few casual cocktails on a rooftop bar before heading to bed.
Day 7: Split
In and around Split
It’s our last night on board in Split, arriving around 3pm, where you can see the Diocletian Palace, which is 1700 years old, HNK Hajduk Split Stadium, the famous Marijan hill, from where you can see the whole town and island. Or you can enjoy your final day of unlimited booze onboard with your ship family. Up to you. For our final family dinner, we’ll go to a local restaurant with low prices and large portions. The party starts onboard (as usual) and moves to Charlie’s Backpacker’s Bar, before continuing to an open air club near the port.
Day 8: Split
It’s an early breakfast, and then unfortunately, it’s time to say goodbye until our next grand voyage together. You’ll disembark at 9am
Croatia of course!
Three options: Split→Dubrovnik→Split, Split to Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik to Split. Our routes around the Adriatic depend on the weather and we go where the wind blows, but Croatia in July… we promise it’s nowhere too bad!
The boat will be moored at: Lucka kapetanija Split.
Your guide will be there to meet you at 11am the day of departure. The exact location will be emailed to you a few weeks prior.
Getting to Croatia:
Fly to us
The best way to do it is to fly into the small and wonderful Split Airport, also known as Resnik it is a small international airport only has one runway and one terminal, so pretty easy to find your way around. Stoke likes to fly with Easyjet or Vueling, or whoever else is looking the cheapest on Skyscanner.
There are direct Airport Buses that go to Split Main Bus station they take 30-40 minutes and cost around €4. From there hop in a taxi to the boat.
To locate the Taxi rank you leave the arrivals Hall via the main exit and just outside is the queue for the taxis. To get to the city centre it costs around 300 Kuna.
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Where is the boat docked?
Your guide will be waiting for you at the port by 11 30 am. The exact location will be emailed to you pre departure.
What happens if I need to cancel my tour?
If you unfortunately need to cancel your tour, please contact us as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations will incur fees or surrender of deposit. Within the first 8 days there is no cancellation fee. After the first week due to tour organisation there will be up to 50% cancellation fee. We will not refund any money within 21 days of tour departure date.
Do I need a passport and travel visa?
Yes, it’s a different country after all! Make sure your passport has at least 6 months expiry on it and check what visas your nationality may require.
What are the meals like?
The meals are typically Croatian. Expect breakfast to be an assortment of bread, patés, jam, sliced meats, sliced cheeses. Lunch will start with soup & bread, then most likely be quite a heavy, meaty dish.
But what if I have dietary requirements?
No worries, we can accommodate most, just let your guide know and be patient with the cook!