South Adriatic flotilla – 2 weeks

Adriatic Flotilla Route

Difficulty: Moderate        Departs: Alternate Saturdays from Dubrovnik

Nearest airport: Dubrovnik

Flights from: Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Southend, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh

Operates: Alternate Saturdays from 11th May to 28th September

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Adriatic Flotilla Itinerary

DayMilesDestination
Average20Note: you will do more miles than this!
1: Sat0Check in.
  • Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is arguably one of the prettiest towns you will visit in Croatia but be warned it is overrun with tourists in July and August at which time the old town can be a very sweaty and aggravating place indeed!  Given a choice I would recommend an early or late season flotilla or bareboat charter if this is all you have come ... Read more
2: Sun14Welcome Punch Party at:
  • Cavtat and Uvala Tiha Cavtat and Uvala Tiha combine to create a small, laid back tourist village just south of Dubrovnik. It’s a great place to relax and watch the super yachts come and go on the customs quay or treat yourself to an ice-cream while promenading along the wonderful, shady paths that wind around the bays. Twice spared from destruction when war ... Read more
3: Mon26
  • Tivat Tivat was a playground for aristocrats and landed gentry in the middle ages. In the mid 19th century it became a naval base first for the Austrians, then the Italians, Yugoslavs and the Russians. It’s now resuming it’s role as a popular holiday destination. The naval base is now rejuvenated as Port Montenegro, developed by a Canadian billionaire and ... Read more
4: Tue10
  • Kotor Kotor is a must see on any Montenegro flotilla holiday or yacht charter. Located at the head of a fjord-like bay the scenery is stunning. The town itself is steeped in history and the walls of the old city reach up the mountain side. Kotor dates back to several centuries BC, being originally a Greek settlement. ... Read more
5: Wed14
  • Zanjice / Sanjice Bay Zanjice or Sanjice Bay is at the entrance of the Gulf of Kotor or Boka Kotorska. Its wide beach is a popular spot for a swim. You can also take a boat trip to the nearby Blue Caves and the fortress island of Mamula, also known as Lastavicka. The fort on Mamula was built in 1853 ... Read more
6: Thu16Free sail suggestion: A choice of places such as Sveti Stefan or Petrovac but I recommend
  • Budva Budva is Montenegro’s most visited holiday town. It’s the hub of Montenegro’s “Riviera”. The main attractions are the medieval old town (Stari Grad), several sandy and pebbled beaches and the nightlife. The area was hit by an earthquake in 1979, and substantial reconstruction was necessary. Fortunately, with the exception of the citadel, the old city was relatively untouched. This ... Read more
7: Fri20Free sail suggestion: Again a choice of destinations but I suggest
  • Herceg Novi Herceg Novi is, like most of Montenegro, undergoing something of a tourist boom. It seems to be weathering this better than some of its neighbours. It retains both it’s charm and much evidence of its history. Though Novi means new, this is only relative. The town in fact started life as a fortress in the 14th century. The old ... Read more
8: Sat37Free sail suggestion: Check out of Montenegro at Tivat and back to check in to Croatia at:
  • Cavtat and Uvala Tiha Cavtat and Uvala Tiha combine to create a small, laid back tourist village just south of Dubrovnik. It’s a great place to relax and watch the super yachts come and go on the customs quay or treat yourself to an ice-cream while promenading along the wonderful, shady paths that wind around the bays. Twice spared from destruction when war ... Read more
9: Sun20Another Punch Party at:
  • Slano / Neprobic Once the site of a beautiful seaside resort, Slano is only now rediscovering itself as a tourist and sailing destination. The grand old buildings may be gone but there is still a certain optimism to the place and plenty of activity with the ongoing building of a new ACI marina (late 2015), which will make it ... Read more
10: Mon22
  • Polace (Mljet) Polace is the main hub for yachts entering the stunning Mljet National Park on the northern end of Mljet Island. It is a fantastically well sheltered bay (the best on the island) and is utterly charming with is tiny village and heavily treed backdrop. Polace also comes complete with the ruins of an ancient roman palace ... Read more
11: Tue15
  • Korcula Luka (Korcula) The Corfu of Southern Dalmatia, Korcula shares the same name in ancient Greek; Korkyra Melaina.  Heavily wooded and lush, the beautiful Island is indeed reminiscent of the Ionian Corfu. Korcula town is a fantastic place so make sure it is on your list of places to visit on your yacht charter. However, don’t expect to be ... Read more
12: Wed22
  • Skrivena Luka (Lastovo) Skrivena Luka or Hidden Port is a magical spot on a wonderful island. With its narrow doglegged entrance, this bay affords total protection for yachts of all sizes from rough seas and provides excellent holding in silty sand. There is also a fantastic small “marina” with one pontoon (Porto Rosso) located on the western side of the ... Read more
13: Thu23Free Sailing. Why not try;
  • Saplunara (Mljet) Saplunara is a pleasant, well sheltered bay on the southwest corner of Mljet Island. Its excellent beach and wooded backdrop makes it popular with charter yachts. Once upon a time this was a bit of a backwater but times are changing here and now there are several restaurants, each with their associated buoy fields. The “village” doesn’t have ... Read more
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  • Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is arguably one of the prettiest towns you will visit in Croatia but be warned it is overrun with tourists in July and August at which time the old town can be a very sweaty and aggravating place indeed!  Given a choice I would recommend an early or late season flotilla or bareboat charter if this is all you have come ... Read more
14: Fri23
  • Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is arguably one of the prettiest towns you will visit in Croatia but be warned it is overrun with tourists in July and August at which time the old town can be a very sweaty and aggravating place indeed!  Given a choice I would recommend an early or late season flotilla or bareboat charter if this is all you have come ... Read more
15: Sat0Disembark

All routes may be subject to change for weather and operational reasons. Your Lead Crew will keep you advised during the week. Flotilla names may differ from those used by the operator.

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