Itinerary + Map

Day 1 Opatija - Island Of Krk
Please be on-board by 12.30hrs for departure from Opatija harbour at 13.00hrs. After lunch you stop for a swim in the crystal clear sea before continuing to the Island of Krk. This large diverse Island has a variety of quaint villages, rocky wilderness and hundreds of hidden bays and beaches. You will spend the night in the town of Krk where you are free to explore on your own. L

Day 2 Island Of Krk - Island Of Rab
This morning sail to the Island of Rab, which is known as the "island of love". Join an optional guided city tour (included on board First Class vessels) of the small town, exploring its stone streets and ancient facades as well as the “ street galleries" where many painters and artists exhibit their works. For first class vessel guests, enjoy a tasting of the famous "Rapska torta". The remainder of the evening is at leisure, perhaps starting with sunset at Kamenjak Hill. BL

Day 3 Island Of Rab – Zadar
Cruise from Rab along the island of Pag with a stop to swim on the small Island of Maun. In the afternoon you continue to Zadar where we will spend the night in port. You may like to join an optional guided tour of the city (included on board First Class vessels) with English speaking guide. For centuries the metropolis of Dalmatia, and today the centre of the region, Zadar has been a city of rich monumental heritage. The church of St Donatus dated to the 9th century AD is the most famous medieval basilica and the symbol of the city. There is also the Roman forum dated to the 1st century AD, the mighty city walls, as well as numerous palaces and villas. We highly recommend visiting the famous Zadar Sea Organ before discovering its great restaurants where you can relax and enjoy the atmosphere. BL

Day 4 Zadar – Island Of Molat or Olib
You depart early for the Island of Molat or Olib (depending on available space in the islands small harbours). Molat Island is situated in the Northern part of Zadar's archipelago. The peace and serenity of this island, untouched by tourism and with minimal infrastructure, is a great place to relax. The island of Olib has numerous beautiful beaches which you will notice as soon as you come ashore. For those who explore the tiny village, you will come across the parish church dating back to the 17th century. Inside the church are many Glagolitic codices from the 16th-19th century. BL
For first class vessel guests, enjoy a Captains dinner on board tonight. BLD

Day 5 Island Of Molat or Olib – Ilovik – Island Of Losinj
After breakfast and a morning swim, you cruise to the peaceful island of flowers, called Ilovik. After a short stay, depart for the island of Mali Losinj, which is one of the most popular islands on the northern Adriatic due to the abundance of pine trees and clear waters. Walk along the harbour, take a swim on the sandy Cikat beach or you may like to visit the nearby picturesque town of Veli Losinj (only 5 km away). Overnight in Mali Losinj. BL

Day 6 Island Of Losinj – Island Of Cres
After a morning swim you leave for the island of Cres. This long and narrow island is covered with oak and pine forests as well as vineyards and olive tree plantations. Cres and Mali Losinj used to be one island, but a channel dug by the Romans separates them. You spend the night in the harbour of the typical medieval city of Cres. BL

Day 7 Island Of Cres – Opatija
This morning, sail towards Opatija. Enjoy the beautiful view of the famous Opatija Riviera before arriving in the late afternoon. On arrival in port you will have the possibility to join an optional tour of Opatija. You could take a stroll along the famous Lungo Mare pathway to the fishing village of Volosko, which is well known for good seafood restaurants, or gather for a farewell party on the ship. BL

Day 8 Opatija
After an early breakfast it is time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends! B



  • Cruise Manager
  • 8 day cruise in a sea-view cabin
  • Excludes: All port charges and tourist taxes (approx. EUR40 per person) to be paid locally and National Park fees.
  • 7 continental breakfasts
  • 6 three-course lunches