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10 days Sailing itinerary - Central Dalmatia

10 days Sailing itinerary - Central Dalmatia

Published: 18. March, 2020

Our 10 days North route will take you through most exciting places in Croatia:

  • Kaštela - Bobovišće bay (Brač) - Stari Grad (Hvar) - city of Hvar (Hvar) - Vis (Vis) - Vis (Vis) - Vela luka (Korčula) - Skrivena Luka (Lastovo) - Korčula (Korčula) - Vinogradišće bay- island St. Klement (near Hvar) - Kaštela

Day 1: Kaštela - Bobovišće bay (island Brač) - 15 miles

Starting from our home Port- Marina Kaštela we recommend visiting Bobovišće bay - island Brač, where you can decide either to moor in small port or to use a buoy (recommended). Bobovišće is a small village, with 2 restaurants, small waterfront, and relaxing pine wood around very quiet natural bay.

Day 2: Bobovišće bay (island Brač) - Stari Grad (island Hvar)

With similar distance like in first day of your trip, you are reaching Stari Grad before lunch time. Again, you are having opportunity to choose between mooring at city key or using buoy. This time we recommend mooring, since it is possible that you would need to re-charge your batteries or refill your water. It is also easier to enjoy city-life of Stari Grad while you are moored at the very centre. Stari Grad is the oldest town in Croatia. For sure you will be enjoying while exploring narrow streets and seeing many old stone houses, shops and taverns. Use your day not only for water-fun, also for seeing old city and visiting one of cafes or taverns.

Day 3: Stari Grad (island Hvar) - Hvar (island Hvar)

A must see city of Hvar is great place for visiting @ Fridays since it shouldn't be too crowded as on Sunday or Monday. Again we recommend coming just about lunchtime (13-14.00h), and mooring in the small central city key. If mooring is not available, there is ACI Marina Palmižana on the small island of Saint Clement nearby- and water taxi for reaching Hvar. Hvar is city having most sunny hours in Croatia. So good weather is almost guaranteed! Rich cultural and historical heritage, great night life, well known restaurants, are only some of the reasons why Hvar is one of the favourite holiday destination, not only for sailors as well for jet-setters. Check our Noa Yachting discount booklet- to see what restaurants in area are offering special discount only for Noa Yachting sailors.

Day 4: Hvar - Vis (island Vis)

Vis island and Vis city are one of our favourite islands, offering great choice of activities as organised diving, cycling, renting scooters, agro-tourism restaurants on the top of the islands, and of course natural beauty mixed with old narrow streets and stone houses. Getting at Vis island at Saturday offers great advantage - you will for sure have free mooring in the central harbour of Vis, since most of the charter boats just started their 7 day trip. We recommend mooring at central part of Vis harbour- just to be in the centre of everything. Another option is mooring in Kut (left side when entering bay) or using buoy. Dont miss to discover army tunels just on the right side of the bay entrance.

Day 5: Vis (island Vis) - Komiža (island Vis) - stopping in Green Cave, swimming stop at Stiniva bay

Complete island Vis is beautiful, with breathtaking coast and bays. One of the most iconic bays is Stiniva bay, located on your way to Komiža. Before stopping at stiniva, you will have opportunity to stop near Green cave, and send part of your crew to visit caves in the small dinghy-boat. Unfortunately, sea is too deep for anchoring near the Green Cave, so someone will need to stay on the boat, while others exploring cave. Stiniva bay is great stop for swimming, but not protected from the south wind, so if the wind is strong we recommend not stopping on your way and going directly to Komiža. In Komiža, not only that you will enjoy local architecture and fresh fish, you will also find lot of things to do as horse trekking, military tours (a must see!), diving with group or visiting Blue cave with taxi boat. You have option to take a mooring in the city key or go for a buoy (here recommended).

Day 6: Komiža (island Vis) - Vela Luka (Korčula island)

Vela Luka is the biggest city on island of Korčula, having around 4.500 inhabitants. Vela Luka is very peaceful, offering buoys (recommended) and small city key very often used by bigger boats. We recommend visiting tavern Nautica with great pizza and local food. Prices are local as well.

Day 7: Vela Luka (Korčula) - Skrivena Luka (Lastovo island)

Skrivena Luka (en. Hidden bay) is beautiful well protected bay, for those who like natural beauty and quiet places will be real paradise. Porto Rosso restaurant offers jetty with electricity and mooring (possible to book online with MySea application- check your boat code in the papers). We recommend trying pasta with lobster, very tasty local speciality.

Day 8: Skrivena Luka (Lastovo) - Korčula city (Korčula island)

Korčula city is beautiful old city, with beautiful architecture, and always great street life, including various concerts on open during main summer season. Korčula city is may be crowded in top season, but it is definitely worth visiting. Make sure to book a mooring online at ACi Marina website, at least 3 days in advance, otherwise you might be without mooring. Mooring in local ACI Marina Korčula is best choice for visiting old city.

Day 9: Korčula City - Vinogradišće bay - island St. Klement (near Hvar)

Vinogradišće bay is one of the most beautiful natural bays in Hvar area. Chrystal blue water, great restaurants and lounge bars- are making Vinogradišće bay very popular overnight stay for many sailors. From 2016 there are buoys, and it is necessary to pay for mooring (earlier, anchorage was free of charge, and there were no other options).

Day 10: st. Klement Vinogradišće bay, coming back to home port marina Kaštela

After overnight in beautiful Vinogradišće bay, we recommend sailing back to Kaštela base, with swimming stops by your choice (Lučice bay on island Brač is also great swimming stop. On the way back, it is necessary to refill fuel, so best is to do this in home port- Marina Kaštela, before entering marina, on the right side in the service area / next to the travel lifts/ you will find nearest fuel station. Friday in not las day on board, just last day on islands- so take this opportunity and visit Trogir city, or Split. Our base staff will gladly advise you what to visit in Split (or what is IT restaurant among locals) or in Trogir.


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