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Nature & Culture Premium Cruise 2022

Split - Rogoznica - Krka NP - Skradin - Šibenik - Vodice - Kornati NP - Sali - Zadar - Zlarin - Trogir - Split

A well balanced combination of exceptional natural beauty and cultural heritage, this cruise is made for true, passionate travellers. Charming islands, beautiful bays with pebble beaches, emerald green, clean sea, preserved nature of two National Parks, sights of mountains, canyons, vineyards, olive groves and lots of history, monuments and masterful architecture. Are you ready? No room for stress, central Dalmatia with its relaxed lifestyle is waiting to impress.

Check in SPLIT on SATURDAYS from 1100HRS, departs Split Port at 1300HRS
Check out SPLIT on SATURDAYS by 0900HRS

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MS Antonela      MS Morena      MS Leonardo      MS Eos

MS Dalmatia      MS Dionis      MS Meridijan      MS Jadranska Kraljica

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Nature & Culture Premium Superior Cruise - Split to Split 2022

Split - Rogoznica - Krka NP - Skradin - Šibenik - Vodice - Kornati NP - Sali - Zadar - Zlarin - Trogir - Split


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Day by day Itinerary

Day 1
Split - Rogoznica or Primošten

At 1300HRS departure from Split Port, late arrivals can join in Rogoznica. Lunch is served enroute, followed by a stop in a quiet bay (known to the captain) for an afternoon swim. Overnight in Rogoznica, or in Primošten, depending on the situation in port, both are charming and picturesque small villages that offer many restaurants and bars. Do try the famous ‘Babić’ wine, made locally. (L)

Day 2
Rogoznica or Primošten - Krka Waterfalls - Skradin - Šibenik - Vodice

During breakfast, the journey continues towards the Krka Waterfalls National Park (entrance fee approx EUR15-27 per person). Discover the beauty of the National Park and the small access port of Skradin, where the flora and fauna are exceptional. Lunch onboard with spectacular views of the Krka Canyon as we sail by on the way towards Šibenik. Free afternoon with optional sightseeing of this historic town. Above the town centre, there is a castle and numerous historic buildings with Foscolo Palace, the perfect example of Gothic style while the church of St Lawrence is in Baroque style. Overnight in the popular resort of Vodice, a lively place in the high season. Many local restaurants and cafes have lovely terraces with sea views. Enjoy these or take a stroll along the wonderful beaches of this typical Dalmatian town. (B, L)

Day 3
Vodice - Kornati Islands - Sali

Today we visit the Kornati Islands National Park which is actually made up of 100 islands and reefs. This is really something remarkable to see as inlets on some islands descend steeply into the sea, a hundred metres deep in places, and are dramatically razor sharp. The islands are rich in fish and cultural and historic remains. There are ruins of the old Illyrian fortress, Roman villas, the old Christian church of St Mary and medieval fortresses and settlements among these islands. Overnight in Sali on Dugi Otok (Long Island). (B, L)

Day 4
Sali - Zadar

The morning is reserved for swimming. In the afternoon, departure towards Zadar. Join a guided tour of the city. Zadar was important for centuries as the metropolis of Dalmatia, and today it is the centre of the region. The city is rich in the monumental heritage of world importance. The most visited sites include the Roman forum dating back to the 1st century AD, the church of St Donatus from the 9th century AD, the most famous Medieval basilica and the symbol of the city, the mighty city walls with the representative Sea and Land City Gates from the 16th century AD. Also, numerous glorious palaces, and villas. There are many superb restaurants in the centre and by the waterfront. From historic places to the contemporary, don`t miss a visit to the famous Zadar ‘Sea Organ’ and ‘The Greetings to the Sun’ light installation, both spectacular. Overnight in Zadar. (B, L)

Day 5
Zadar - Zlarin

Today we head back, travelling south along the Dalmatian coast. Swimming stop in one of the beautiful bays enroute, before reaching Zlarin. With just a few hundreds of permanent inhabitants in winter, this lovely car-free island in summer welcomes around 3,000 tourists. Coral farming dates back to the 15th century and is enjoying a slow revival. You may see coral items on sale from local artisans. Captain’s Dinner is included. Overnight at a village on the tiny Island of Zlarin in the Šibenik archipelago. (B, L, D)

Day 6
Zlarin - Trogir

Departure after breakfast and a swimming stop in one of the tranquil bays. Enjoy the incredibly clear seawater. After lunch, cruise to the old Dalmatian town of Trogir (Greek relief from 4th century was found here). Trogir is sometimes referred to as “miniature Venice” or a “mini Dubrovnik” because of its ancient walls, or a floating museum town - as it has masterful architecture including some stunning Venetian palaces. Opportunity to join an optional guided tour of Trogir. The Old Town is a UNESCO Heritage Site and there is a great choice of bars and restaurants. Overnight in Trogir. (B, L)

Day 7
Trogir - Split

As the vessel sails back to the Split Riviera, today those who enjoy swimming will have plenty of reasons for happiness. Swim stop in one of the bays on Čiovo Island (connected to Trogir by a bridge). In the afternoon, cruise toward the last port of call while enjoying the fabulous views of Split Riviera’s coastline and islands. You will be able to join an optional guided tour of Split. The historical complex of Split is under UNESCO protection, and its monuments are wondrous both to local inhabitants and to the many visitors who fall in love with this 1,700-plus-year-old beauty. Examples of Roman architecture are plentiful - of special interest is Diocletian Palace, built by the Roman Emperor as his retirement home. Enjoy the evening wandering through parts of the palace and along Split’s famous waterfront. Overnight in Split. (B, L)

Day 8

An early breakfast before the final goodbyes with the new friends and crew. Check out by 0900HRS. (B)


  • 7 Nights in A/C ensuite cabin
  • 7 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches (B, L)
  • 1 Captain’s Dinner (D)
  • Olive Oil & Wine Tasting Onboard
  • Afternoon tea & coffee with biscuits
  • Water dispenser
  • Cruise Director
  • Daily cabin service
  • Mid week fresh towels & bed linen
  • Free WiFi (restrictions may apply)
  • Porterage


  • Zadar


Supplements Payable Upon Embarkation

  • Tourist Taxes & Port Fees €40 per person approx
  • National Park Entrance Fees €15-27 per person approx

Pricing and Accommodation

Start DateEnd Date
Upper/Main DeckTwinSingle Lower DeckTwinSingle
Sat 09 Jul 22Sat 16 Jul 22
Sat 23 Jul 22Sat 30 Jul 22
Sat 13 Aug 22Sat 20 Aug 22
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Important Notes

Upper Deck Cabins are above the Main Deck
Main Deck Cabins are on the Main Deck
Lower Deck Cabins are in the hull of the ship, below the Main Deck
Upper & Main Deck Cabins are allocated according to availability

Captain reserves the right to change the route in case of bad weather conditions, crowding or other circumstances out of his control. Departures are guaranteed for minimum 10 participants. Cruise Operator reserves the right to cancel or change the ship name if necessary. Guests are obliged to follow ship rules (found in written form onboard). Guests are not permitted to bring beverages onboard the vessel that have been purchased onshore. All drinks must be purchased onboard. In the event of inappropriate behaviour the Cruise Operator and Captain reserves the right to disembark guests. Most arrival times in port are in the late afternoon.

Port taxes, entrance fees, sightseeing and excursions (if not included in the package) must be paid in local currency upon arrival. EUR currency quoted is converted on the spot to the equivalent in Croatian Kuna.

Due to specific mooring conditions and requirements in some Croatian Ports, ships are moored side by side. This makes it necessary to cross from one ship to the other where there are gaps in between each ship. Special care must be taken at all times when crossing between the vessels and guests do this at their own risk. Crew assistance will be given to those needing and requesting it. Cruises are not recommended for those in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.

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