Uncover the delights of the Adriatic coast where you will find a wonderful mix of contemporary life and ancient history during visits to Krk, Split, and stunning Dubrovnik. Discover the wonders of Greece, calling at Kérkira with its UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town and take in the beauty of Cephalonia, the largest Ionian island.
1 Depart USA
Depart the USA on your overnight flight to Venice, Italy.
2 Venice, Italy
Your luxurious yacht cruise begins in Venice, where you’ll transfer to your
superyacht and embark on your discovery of Croatia.
3 Krk, Croatia
Krk is the largest island in the Adriatic, and paints a picture of the early
days of Croatia. Krk Town is home to the beautiful 12th century St Mary’s
Cathedral, and a seafront promenade offering scenic vistas.
Zadar has relics of bygone eras scattered across its landscape. Among the
churches and Roman ruins, the Sun Salutation and Sea Organ are two of
the city’s more modern attractions.
Known for its UNESCO World Heritage-listed St James’ Cathedral, Šibenik is
a city of tradition. The oldest native town in the country, you’ll find history at
every turn of its medieval streets.
Lying neatly off the coast of Split is the island Hvar is said to be Croatia’s
answer to Saint-Tropez. Hvar Town is home to an elegant shoreline lined
with luxurious yachts; it is one of the more glamorous settings in the
Enjoy a taste of real Dalmatian life in awe-inspiring Split. Croatia’s secondlargest
city effortlessly brings together the country’s traditional and
contemporary elements. Diocletian’s Palace is an extraordinary example of
Roman architecture and features a myriad of hideaway bars and cafes.
Korčula is one of the most beloved islands in Croatia. Its Old Town, referred
to by locals as “Little Dubrovnik”, is a delightful collection of medieval
churches and squares, while the villages of Čara and Smokvica produce the
country’s signature wine.
Within the walls of this breathtaking city, you’ll find a UNESCO World
Heritage-listed Old Town. Discover Baroque churches, wine bars and
picturesque pebble beaches.
10 Kotor, Montenegro
This fortified Montenegrin town on the Adriatic coast showcases a sea of
terracotta rooftops among the dramatic cliffs. Dating as far back as the
Middle Ages, its UNESCO World Heritage-listed center is truly breathtaking
in its exquisite preservation.
11 Sarandë, Albania
Situated on the shores of the Ionian Sea, Sarandë is a horseshoe-shaped
resort on the Albanian Riviera. Stroll the length of the beach along its
promenade, visit the remains of its 5th-century synagogue and walk to the
hilltop Lekuresi Castle.
12 Kérkira (Corfu), Greece
One of the most popular Greek Islands, Corfu, or Kérkira, is influenced by its
rich cultural heritage.
Relax in the island-like ambience of Párga. Marvel at the paradise-like
beaches from the elevated mountain slopes.
14 Cephalonia Island
Cephalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands, and arguably the most
beautiful. The island was also made famous when it featured in the
Hollywood movie ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’.
15 Itea (Delphi) & Corinth Canal
Explore the archaeological site of Delphi before navigating the
16 Athens (Piraeus)
Today you will disembark your superyacht and be transferred to the airport
for your flight home.