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Other than Turkey and Greece, Croatia is one of the most popular blue cruise destinations with more than thousand islands in Eastern Europe. Many bays, crystal clear water, interesting coves, architectural heritage that spans several millennia and amazing coastline creates a perfect atmosphere for your blue cruise in Croatia.

Our boats are based in Sibenik, 50 mins drive from Split airport but our itineraries can start and end in Dubrovnik, Trogir, and Sibenik according to your choice. Some other ports and islands can be available according to the availability of the boat as there are many other routes available to the North and South of Split. Zlarin, Kaprije, Zirje, Kornati, Dugiotok, Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis, Lastovo and Mljet are some beautiful islands to visit. From Renaissance times onwards the pastoral atmosphere of these islands attracts visitors longing for relaxation and rest.

There are many different alternative events for everyone in Croatia. Peaceful islands, vineyards, nightlife, festivals, historical places, crystal clear waters, National Parks, lakes and so much more. Exploring the country from land and sea will be an interesting and unforgettable journey for you.

The reservations start and close very early for Croatia boats. The number of weeks available for cruising are very limited as the season starts from late May and ends at mid-September. June, July, and September are the most preferred months and August is the last month to fill up. The average temperature in the sailing season is around 36-38 degrees.

There are many shore excursions you shouldn’t miss.
• Wine tour. You should definitely take a tour and visit those vineyards with which Croatia is very proud of.
• Krka National Park – a natural super wonderland with 17 waterfalls as high as 45 meters.
• Plitvice Lakes National Park. It links 16 terraced lakes and joined by waterfalls, which extends into a limestone canyon.

Šibenik is located on the Adriatic Sea coast in the north of Croatia. It is a sheltered port, located in the Luka Canal. The city is dominated by all shades of blue and green on one side and rich cultural heritage on the other. The synthesis of renaissance and gothic architecture is eye-catching. Despite wars and major earthquakes, Šibenik has managed to preserve its architectural and natural texture. Trademark of the city, St. James Cathedral is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are 71 head sculptures depicting 15th century people on the back of the cathedral. St. Fran and St. Barbara Churches, palaces and castles are the historical landmarks of this city of art. The medieval monastery and gardens decorated with herbs are among the sights that should be visited. Šibenik offers many varieties with its clear waters, peaceful streets, artistic and cultural background. You can visit the Šibenik City Museum to learn more about this place which is also the hometown of Faust Vrancic, the inventor and the first man to use the parachute.

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