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Dubrovnik & Dalmatia Sailing Itinerary

A two week discovery of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast…

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There are two options for mooring at Dubrovnik, the town quay at Gruz which is stern to with an anchor, the main marina at Dubrovnik is well equipped, radio in advance to reserve a space.

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Donje Celo on the NW of the island is an anchorage but it is sometimes possible to use the ferry quay overnight.

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Korcula town is among the most beautiful and best preserved medieval towns on the Croatian coast and in all of the Mediterranean, and is justly referred to as ‘Little Dubrovnik’.

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The town of Vis is historically important and the whole island an unspoilt gem.
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With water and electricity on the quay this is a very popular harbour in the summer however there are places to anchor in the bay or a quay at nearby Kut which is usually quieter. The town of Vis is historically important and the whole island an unspoilt gem.

With its pretty pebble beaches, this idyllic fishing village has a lot to offer, especially if you love lobster!
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Located on the western side of Vis, Komiža is know for its pretty pebble beaches. This beautiful Mediterranean village has narrow back streets lined with 17th and 18th century stone town houses that peacefully surround the harbour. Komiza is the idyllic Mediterranean fishing village you have always imagined.
You can visit the nearby Bisevo Island and experience its Blue Cave. When the sun’s at its highest between 11am – 1pm, the whole of the underground cave will illuminate with aquamarine light creating a spooky yet wonderfully mesmerising illusion.
Komiža comes alive after dark and if you head east of town is Aquarius, an open-air disco on Kamenica beach. Komiža has some amazing restaurants, especially if you’re a lobster-lover!

The oldest settlement in Croatia dating back to 385 BC, and is known as the historical heart of the island Hvar.
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Stari Grad literally translates to ‘old town’ which is fitting as it is the oldest settlement in Croatia dating back to 385 BC, and is known as the historical heart of the island Hvar.
The town is quietly situated in a stunning landscape where the blue of the deep bay touches the luscious green vegetation of land, with vineyards and pretty olive-groves dotted around the village.
Stari Grad, for centuries, has been known to be a safe mooring area for sailors and offers an excellent, well organised village quay for mooring with laid moorings, power and water available for visiting yachts. Explore the narrow streets and small squares and soak in its rich history.

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A popular and vibrant town.
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This bustling town is one of the most popular in the area and has around 20 moorings. You can also visit Hvar town from the nearby marina at Palmizana.

A bustling harbour with many coves to explore, surrounded by greenery and olive trees.
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A bustling harbour on the west coast of Korčula, there are many coves to explore in this large bay (the name translates as “big harbour”). Surrounded by greenery and olive trees, Vela Luka is set on the western side of Korčula. In the last century, it has emerged from a fishermen’s village to an attractive, cultivated and picturesque small town.
The town itself is made up of lovely Mediterranean style stone town houses, villas and cottages, interspersed with lively squares full of cafes, bars and restaurants. In town, you are immersed in the life of narrow cobbled streets, charming shops, fish markets and always just a few steps away from the sea. Further afield from the town, in the numerous aquamarine bays, sumptuous villas, lovely beaches and tranquillity. One of Vela Luka’s most interesting sights is Vela Spila, also known as Great Cave.

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There are two options for mooring at Dubrovnik, the town quay at Gruz which is stern to with an anchor, the main marina at Dubrovnik is well equipped, radio in advance to reserve a space.

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