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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Premium Superior)

Naturist Cruise from Split (8 Days)

The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The brand new Premium Superior category are recently built mini deluxe vessels featuring similar comfort, but smaller in size – 38 to 41m in length. The vessels include air-conditioned en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, 8 to 14 sq metres in size. Vessels of this category all feature spacious amenities including a sundeck, lounge and dining room. Services included: buffet breakfasts, three course lunches, Captain’s dinner, English speaking tour manager on board, three guided tours, daily cabin service, mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen and luggage handling.





Embark the ship in Split.

Day 1: Split - Pučišća

**Please note: As this is a naturist cruise, nudity is normal and expected on board, except when the ship is in port and during mealtimes, when clothes should be worn.** Arrive in Split and board the ship, moored in the harbour. You will depart from here at 1pm and start your cruise along the Dalmatian coast. Stop off for the first naked swim of the cruise this afternoon and then continue to Pučišća, on the island of Brač. Pučišća is a typical Mediterranean town, located on the northern side of Brač, known for its famous stone. One of the few stone-masonry workshops in Europe can be found here and you will have the option of visiting it. The alluring crystal clear waters, stunning nature, delicious local food and good quality wine will tempt you this afternoon!

Day 2: Pučišća - Korcula

By the time you rise this morning, Pučišća will be far in the distance. Revitalise yourself with a skinny-dip in the clear sea, during a stop en route to Korčula, reputedly the birthplace of Marco Polo. Enjoy lunch on board as you approach the tip of the Peljesac Peninsula, near Lovište, or in the quiet bay of Kneža on Korčula Island. Either location will provide a stunning backdrop for your meal. After you arrive in Korčula you will have some free time to explore on your own. According to local legend Korčula was discovered by Trojan hero Anthenor in the 12th century BC and you will learn more about this as you explore the monuments and hear the tales. This evening you may wish to visit one of the many konobas for some delicious local food as you watch the world go by. The ship remains moored in the port overnight.

Day 3: Korčula - Lastovo

As a prelude to more cruising, you may wish to take a walk through the open market in Korčula, where you can buy some delicious fresh fruit to enjoy later. Your cruise continues towards Lastovo, the furthest of the inhabited islands in Dalmatia. After docking in the port of Ubli you will have the opportunity to visit a protected Nature Park and enjoy this spectacular natural environment. Alternatively, pay a visit to Lastovo, enjoying a walk through the alleys of the quaint old town and visiting the pretty little churches. The island of Lastovo is surrounded by several smaller islands, with a variety of secluded bays, perfect for snorkelling and sunbathing.

Day 4: Lastovo - Ravnik - Komiža/Vis

You will set sail this morning towards the island of Vis, which enjoys a unique, geographical position and a strategic harbour. Vis has a special charm, representing the Mediterranean “as it once was”, and is largely unspoilt, due to its remote location. On the way to Vis there will be a brief stop at another island, called Ravnik, where there is an unusual green cave, so named due to the unusual light that reflects off the cave into the sea. Depending upon the weather conditions you will continue to either the town of Komiža or Vis, both located on Vis Island, where the boat will remain overnight. Komiža is a typical Mediterranean town on the western part of the island, from where the fishing industry on the eastern side of the Adriatic coast originates. Enjoy a walk through the narrow alleyways and take in the rich heritage, or visit one of the pebble beaches with fresh water springs, stretching along the entire eastern side of Komiža Bay. Vis is situated on the northern side of the island and was developed close to the remains of ancient Issa, the first urban centre in Croatia, formed by the Greeks in the 4th century BC. You may choose to take a tour of the Roman ruins, visit the City Museum, or even take a walk along the beautiful coastline.

Day 5: Biševo - Komiža/Vis - Starigrad

Early this morning you will sail towards the little island of Biševo, where you will be able to visit the “Blue Cave”, a compelling natural phenomenon. Please bear in mind that this visit will depend on the weather conditions at the time and your captain will keep you well informed! After a visit to Komiža or Vis, depending on which of the two you visited yesterday, you will continue towards your next stop, Starigrad, on the island of Hvar, one of the sunniest of the Adriatic islands. Your afternoon is free to explore the town, whose city core is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with its preserved ancient Greek ruins.

Day 6: Starigrad - Bol

After breakfast you will cruise towards the enchanting island of Brač where the ship will moor in Bol. Here, you will have the chance to swim at one of the most famous beaches in Dalmatia, 'Zlatni Rat', also known as the Golden Cape. Bol is a typical fisherman's village which has become a popular tourist destination over the years. The ship will remain at anchor here overnight and you will have opportunity to enjoy excellent fresh fish and other local delicacies in the town's restaurants tonight.

Day 7: Bol - Solta

Your last day is spent relaxing and swimming in various tranquil bays of Brač Island. Continue towards Šolta Island with a swimming stop in Livkacove and lunch on board. Late afternoon arrival in Stomorska -a town that has everything a modern tourist needs but without losing its small fishing village charm. This place immediately wins over everybody with its rustic charm and the hospitality of the locals. Enjoy evening BBQ party on board. Overnight in Šolta.

Day : Solta - Split

Early morning departure towards Split. After your final breakfast disembark the ship in Split.


Disembark the ship in Split.


  • 7 Nights' accommodation on board
  • Meals on a half board basis (continental breakfast and lunch)
  • 1 L of water daily
  • Captain’s dinner
  • English speaking tour manager on board
  • Three guided tours
  • Daily cabin service
  • Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen
  • Luggage handling
  • Olive oil and wine tasting on board
  • Afternoon tea and coffee


  • Please note that while sales taxes are included in the cost of the cruise, there is a compulsory visitor tax of EUR 40 per person per week, which cannot be paid in advance and which will be collected at the start of your cruise
  • Additional National Park entrance fees of between EUR 10 and EUR 15 per person may also be charged, depending on the season and the parks visited
  • Transfers (please speak to our agents, who can pre-book these for you)
  • Beverages
  • Optional tours (these will be available to purchase on board)
  • Avoid paying single supplements by same gender cabin sharing - please contact us for more information

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