Itinerary + Map

DAY 1 Split
Welcome to Split, the largest city in the Dalmatia region. Embarkation commences at 14.00hrs. Enjoy your afternoon exploring the city before meeting your Cruise Director and crew over a welcome drink and a snack. Dinner will be served on board to mark the start of your Dalmatian adventure!

Meals included: Dinner

DAY 2 Split - Hvar - Korcula
After breakfast, set off towards Hvar, said to be the sunniest island in the Adriatic and well known for its boundless fields of lavender and ancient olive groves. Upon arrival in Hvar you will have the opportunity to join the *Optional guided walking tour or to freely explore the lovely historical town and its coast. Next, cruise to Vela Luka on the western side Korcula island for your overnight port. Stop for a spot of swimming along the way at the delightful neighbouring Pakleni islands. Arrive in Vela Luka the late afternoon and this evening, feast on a delectable Captain's dinner aboard the ship.

Meals included: Breakfast and dinner

DAY 3 Korcula - Mljet - Slano
Start the day with a swim stop in one of the hidden coves along the coast of Korcula. Arrive in Pomena, a small village located on the western end of Mljet island and gateway into the Mljet National Park. This lush national park is home to two saltwater lakes connected to the sea via a narrow canal. You can either join the **Optional Excursion tour or choose to explore the park on your own. In the late afternoon depart for Slano, a picturesque town situated in a peaceful bay dotted with pebbled beaches, olive groves and many historic monuments. Overnight in Slano.

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

DAY 4 Slano - Dubrovnik
This morning you will have free time to explore the quaint little village of Ston. Famous for its 5km long city walls, local wines and seafood, why not join an **Optional Excursion for a ‘Taste of Dalmatia’, which highlights the produce of the region. After, set off for the ancient city of Dubrovnik and enjoy a short swim stop along the way at Lopud island. Surrounded by impressive city walls, Dubrovnik's Old Town is brimming with beautiful architectural buildings that combine Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style in unique harmony. Embark on an *Optional city tour or explore the city at your own pace. Its medieval city centre and main street, the Stradun, houses numerous cafes, bars and shops to watch the world go by. The evening is free for you to experience the local cuisine at one of the many restaurants nearby.

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

DAY 5 Dubrovnik - Korcula
Cruise to Korcula passing by the beautiful Elaphite islands and stopping for a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters along the way. The Elaphite Archipelago is alluring for its pristine islands which were once an oasis for local seamen to build their ships and for captains to build their estates. Today the Elaphites are praised for their quaint ambiance and provide a refuge away from the hustle and bustle of the larger neighbouring islands. Lunch will be served on board before a scheduled afternoon arrival in Korcula where you will spend the night. Recognised as being the alleged birthplace of famed traveller Marco Polo, the island of Korcula has an interesting history and was once under the reign of the Venetian Republic. This is evident through the many lion statues and emblems seen throughout Korcula town. On arrival you may choose to join an *Optional guided walk to see for yourself why this enchanting place is considered one of the best preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean.

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

DAY 6 Korcula - Makarska
Breakfast is served on board, whilst navigating through the central Dalmatian islands on one side, and the high mountains of the mainland on the other. Enjoy a swim before lunch and then spend the afternoon in the beautiful seaside town of Makarska, which is certainly one of the highlights of Dalmatia. The imposing mountain range of Biokovo National Park in the background offers a magnificent contrast to the coast with its fabulously beautiful turquoise blue beaches, all of which makes Makarska a true picture book destination, a paradise both for adventure travellers and those seeking a relaxing beach vacation. Strolling through the historic town centre, past small romantic alleys and squares, you will discover many attractions worth seeing. while here, you will be given the chance to join an **Optional Excursion to Biokovo Nature Park to do the walk the skywalk offering panoramic views, including down the cliff!

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

DAY 7 Makarska - Brac - Split
This morning cruise to Pucisca, located on the north side of Brac island. On the way, there will be an opportunity to anchor for a refreshing swim in a secluded bay. Upon arrival in Pucisca you will have the option to explore the area on your own or to join an *Optional tour to the Stonemasonry School. Here you can learn about the famous Brac limestone and their centuries-old tradition of stonemasonry and the unconventional tools used. The precious limestone from this region have been used to decorate the facade of the White House in Washington DC, the Budapest Parliament Building and many other landmarks all over the world. Continue on to Split where you can join an optional walking tour* of Split’s famous Diocletian Palace. Built to house the Roman Emperor, the Palace grew into a city after Slavs ruined the nearby Roman town of Salona. With our local guide, discover the secrets of centuries past in what is today the vibrant core of Dalmatia’s largest city.

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

DAY 8 Split
Enjoy a farewell breakfast before saying goodbye to your fellow travellers and crew. Disembark in Split at approximately 9.00hrs.

Meals included: Breakfast

* Optional Walking Tour Package available for pre-purchase includes: Korcula, Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik and Pucisca Stonemasonry School
** Optional Excursion available for purchase locally: Mljet Island National Park, Taste of Dalmatia and Biokovo Skywalk

  • Arrival Transfer
  • Departure Transfer
  • Cruise Manager
  • Daily cabin service
  • Fresh towels and bed linen mid week
  • 8 day cruise in a sea-view cabin

Exclusions: Port charges and tourist taxes (approx. EUR45 per person – to be paid on board in cash), Gratuities, Mljet National Park entrance fees (approx. EUR15 per person – to be paid locally) and Optional tours.

  • Welcome reception with drink and snack
  • 7 breakfasts
  • 5 lunches
  • 2 dinners including Captain’s Dinner with live music
  • Complimentary 0.5 litre of water during meals (lunch and dinner)
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and fresh fruit daily
  • Complimentary afternoon snack daily
  • Optional Excursion package with walking tours in Dubrovnik, Korcula, Split, Hvar & Pucisca Stonemasonry School can be pre purchased from Beyond Travel
  • Visit:
    Mljet National Park


Prices are per person in Australian Dollars (AUD)

Ship Information

Boat 1: MS Adriatic Princess

  • Launched: 2017
  • Length: 45m
  • Breadth: 8.5m
  • Speed: 17km/h
  • Crew: 8
  • Passengers: 40
  • Cabins: 18
  • Voltage: 220v
  • Large Sun deck with deck chairs and sun beds
  • Salon restaurant
  • Bar
  • Large screen LCD TV
  • Outdoor lounge terrace with tables and comfortable sofas
  • Air-conditioned en-suite cabins
  • Free Wi-Fi
Deck Cabin Bedding Size (sqm) Window To Open
Main Deck Standard Twin/Double 13-15 Window Yes
Lower Deck Standard Twin/Double 14-18 Porthole No


  • En-suite
  • Air-conditioning
  • Toiletries
  • Hair Dryer
  • Wardrobe