Itinerary + Map

Day 1 Split – Makarska
Depart Split harbour at 13.00hrs, cruising through Brac Strait to the Makarska Riviera. Enjoy lunch onboard and spend the afternoon meeting your fellow passengers. Tonight, discover the charming coastal town of Makarska, a popular seaside resort. (L)

Day 2 Makarska – Mljet
Your first stop this morning is in one of the picturesque bays on the Pelajesac Peninsula. After a swim, enjoy lunch and head towards the island of Mljet. According to Greek legend, Odysseus believed Mljet to be the most seductive of the Adriatic islands which has been enchanting visitors ever since. On arrival, you will have an opportunity to explore beautiful Mljet National Park or discover the island at your leisure. (B, L)

Day 3 Mljet – Dubrovnik
After breakfast, continue your cruise to the jewel of the Adriatic. Few cities conjure stronger images of history, beauty and survival than the walled city of Dubrovnik. Farewell your fellow passengers as you disembark on arrival. (B)

  • Cruise Manager
  • 3 day cruise in sea-view cabin
  • Exclusions: Port charges, tourist taxes and national park fees (approx. EUR27 per person) – paid locally
  • 2 breakfasts
  • 2 three-course lunches
  • 1L bottled water per person daily
  • Optional sightseeing excursions will be made available on board

Pricing

Prices are per person in Australian Dollars (AUD)

DateTwin/DoubleSingleTriple
Lower DeckLower DeckLower Deck
21 Sep 2019
Traditional Ensuite Vessel
$480 $720 $437 Booking Enquiry
28 Sep 2019
Traditional Ensuite Vessel
$480 $480 $437 Booking Enquiry
05 Oct 2019
Traditional Ensuite Vessel
$480 $480 $437 Booking Enquiry
12 Oct 2019
Traditional Ensuite Vessel
$480 $480 $437 Booking Enquiry

*** Single cabins without single supplement for low season departures are subject to availability.
Please contact Beyond Travel for more information.

Ship Information

Traditional En-Suite

Authentic and affordable: These cruises offer a great value option if you are seeking an authentic Croatian cruise at a very affordable price. They are popular with a range of travellers. The boats in this category are smaller and generally traditional-style with a wooden hull and air-conditioning in the common areas only. The exact ship for each cruise is not allocated until approximately one-two weeks prior to departure. The vessels allocated are similar and all cabins have a private en-suite shower/ toilet. Expect simple but comfortable cabins and public areas. The images below are representative of various boats used in this category.