Split & Dalmatia

Itinerary (8.8. - 15.8.2020.)

Day 1 (Sat) Split - Starigrad (Hvar)

Cruise start at 14:00 from Split to Starigrad (Hvar) overnight.

Day 2 (Sun) Island Hvar, Jelsa - Vrboska (approx. 41km/26mi by bicycle)

After breakfast at 9:00 we start our first cycling tour to towns Jelsa and Vrboska (small Venice). Afterwards we return to Starigrad. After lunch we ride once across of the Island Hvar. From Hvar rown we sail toward Island Korčula. Overnight in Vela Luka town on Island Korčula.

Day 3 (Mon) Island Korčula (approx. 37km/23mi by bicycle)

Korčula is one of the most beautiful island in Dalmatia. After breakfast, we cycle to Prigradica town where the boat will wait for us for lunch. Then we sail for Makarska for swimming and overnight in the bay.

Day 4 (Tue) Makarska (mainland, approx. 44km/27mi by bicycle)

From Makarska we sailt ot Omiš (Pirate town) and bike to Cetina canyon. Afternoon we sail toward Brač Island in town Pučišća where we overnight.

Day 5 (Wed) Brač (approx. 32km/20mi by bicycle)

Cycle from Pučišća to Postira where we have lunch. Afternoon we sail to Rogač town on Island Šolta. Overnight here.

Day 6 (Thu) Island Šolta (approx. 30km/17.5mi by bicycle)

Cycle to Maslenica and back to Rogač. Lunch on board. Afternoon we cycle to Stomorska (town on Island Šolta), overnight.

Day 7 (Fri)

After breakfast we swim in one of the most beautiful bays. Around 14:00 we are in Split.

Day 8 (Sat)

After breakfast around 9:00, time to say Good Bye.

Split and Dalmatia Tour
Routes can be changed depending on captains decision.


Capacity: 10 cabins, 20 persons

All cabins are situated on deck and equipped with WC/shower, hairdryer, ventilator, safe, TV. Cabins have plenty of light, good air, sea view with large windows 75×75 cm that can be opened and panoramic views.

General information


We reserve the right to make alterations to the itinerary, depending on wind and weather conditions or organizational requirements. Sometimes the tour will be conducted in inverse order. You will find further details in your booking information packet.

Requirements (level 1-2)

The bike routes require a basic level of fitness, which you should have acquired by occasional or daily cycling. The routes reach a maximal height of 200 m. The daily routes of 30 km (18 mi) on average, cover hilly terrain and can be completed without time constraints. You can, however, also choose to skip a bike-tour and spend the time sunbathing on the ship instead. The roads are mostly asphalted and there is little traffic outside of holiday periods.

Bringing children

We believe that only children in a good physical condition and of a minimum age of 10 and previous bicycle tour experience are able to master the bike-tours on their own strength. Please note that the minimum height for a rental bike is 1,40 m (4.6 ft.)


  • Minimum: 12 participants
  • Maximum: 20 participants

Special note

The Captain reserves the right to CHANGE THE ROUTE in case of bad weather conditions.

The guests have to follow the SHIP RULES (to be found in written format on the ship) while on board. Electricity and water are available on the boat but quantities are limited. Generator 220 V cannot be operational at night due to the noise level. There is hot water on the boat which is provided by the central heater. There is enough water for everyone provided that the showers are used in moderation. FKK is permitted on the sun deck. The Adriatic Sea is ideal for fishing. You can bring your own fishing gear and fish from the boat. All drinks or additional costs can be paid in Kuna or Euro. Credit card will not be accepted. When spending the night in isolated coves or small fishing towns that do not have electrical outlets the air conditioners are turned off since leaving them on would be unacceptable for enjoying peace and quiet at night.

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Boat Tarin

About the boat "Tarin"

The motor yacht Tarin was constructed in 1944 in Scotland and completely restored in 2004 in Nerezine on the island of Lošinj (Croatia). It is made up of wood, that is Canadian pine... Read more about "Tarin"