Croatia, Dubrovnik
Immerse yourself in the astonishing world of yacht travel along the Croatian coastline.
Explore the picturesque islands of Elafiti, Mljet, Lastovo, and more, where the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea blend with the endless blue sky. Unveil magnificent beaches, secluded coves, and charming towns with their unique architecture and rich cultural history.
The proposed route starts from the marina in Dubrovnik, famously known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic." The old city, with its historic walls and narrow streets, sets a unique atmosphere, complemented by a variety of restaurants and cafes. At Dubrovnik ACI Marina, you'll find everything you need for your yacht and easily prepare for your sea adventure.
The total length of the route is about 185 nautical miles.
Since the islands in this region are relatively compact, the points of the suggested route can be easily modified or excluded depending on weather conditions and the crew's mood.
The sailing time is approximate and calculated based on an average sailing speed of 6 knots. The actual time will depend on the choice of the marina, weather conditions, yacht specifications, and crew skills.
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Dubrovnik - Island of Lopud
Day 1 - yacht check-in day. Plan an early yacht check-in and a short passage to the enchanting Island of Lopud. Take a stroll through the cozy village, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and traditional architecture, and swim in the crystal-clear waters of the island.
Recommended docking spots Lopud:
Marina Luka Lopud
Anchoring near Sunj Beach
10 nm, 2 h
Island of Lopud - Island of Mljet
Day 2 - today's goal is the gem of Croatia - the Island of Mljet with its incredible lakes! Rent a bicycle and explore the Mljet National Park, immersing yourself in the crystal-clear waters of the enchanting lakes and enjoying panoramic views and the island of St. Mark.
Recommended docking spots Mljet:
Marina Polače
Mooring Konoba Ribar
25 nm, 4 h
Island of Mljet - Island of Lastovo
Day 3 - the Island of Lastovo is a true paradise for nature lovers and peace seekers! Rent a scooter to admire its breathtaking views, enjoy the scent of pine forests, and try the local cuisine in one of the cozy restaurants.
Recommended docking spots Lastovo:
Mooring at Pier Nautic centar&restaurant ARAGOSTA
Mooring at Triton Restaurant
30 nm, 5 h
Island of Lastovo - Island of Proizd
Day 4 - head to the Island of Proizd, where you'll find white sandy beaches and crystal-clear warm waters. Take a walk around the island, relishing stunning landscapes and untouched nature.
Recommended docking spots Proizd:
Anchoring in Bili Bok Bay near the Batalo beach if the weather is good
Vela Luka Marina at the west of Korčula
20 nm, 3-4 h
Island of Proizd - Paklinski Island
Day 5 - Go further to Paklinski Islands, also known as Pakleni Islands, which are a group of beautiful and diverse islets located near the island of Hvar in Croatia. These islands are renowned for their stunning natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and secluded coves, making them a perfect destination for sailing enthusiasts seeking tranquility and adventure.
Recommended docking spots Proizd:
ACI Marina Palmižana
Sheltered anchorages at Marinkovac Island nearby
20 nm, 3 h
Paklinski Island - Island of Šćedro - Island of Korčula
Day 6 - today's destination is the Island of Korčula, a place of rich history and beauty. Explore its medieval town with narrow streets and beautiful buildings. Immerse yourself in the world of winemaking by visiting local wineries. On the way to the Korčula there is the picturesque Island of Scedro, part of a natural park known for its unspoiled nature, secluded beaches, and scenic landscapes. Go kayaking or simply immerse yourself in the transparent waters of the island.
Recommended docking spots Korčula:
To avoid the usual Saturday rush at the fuel station in Split before returning the boat, it makes sense to refuel on Friday at the Marina Milna fuel station
ACI Marina Korčula
Ulava Luka
35 nm, 5-6 h
Island of Korčula - Dubrovnik
Day 7 - the final day of returning to Dubrovnik deserves an evening stroll through the old city, trying local delicacies, and sharing impressions with the yacht crew.
Remember that for docking at restaurant docks or private bays, it is necessary to coordinate the conditions with the respective owners or managers in advance. Make sure to contact them in a timely manner to arrange docking and dinner reservations. In the case of marinas, check for availability and coordinate the details beforehand.
45 nm, 6-7 h

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