Island Hopping Cruise

Wine Cruise Roundtrip from Dubrovnik

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The secret love affair between the sea and wine has been ongoing since ancient times.

During your visits to Korčula, Hvar, and Dubrovnik, you will become a part of that unbreakable bond. Experience local wineries, cellars, and local winemakers on Croatia’s most famous islands and along the mainland coast around Dubrovnik. Savor wines produced from the indigenous varieties of grapes, and learn about the tradition of viticulture. Relax and embrace both the sea and wine during this rather unforgettable oenological adventure. Departure October 12, 2024 only.




Biševo (Blue cave)




Mali Ston



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Wine Cruise Roundtrip from Dubrovnik

Day 1 - Dubrovnik


Transfer from Dubrovnik airport to Dubrovnik harbor for check-in from 2 p.m. onwards. After settling in, transfer to the city gates for a guided tour of one of the world’s most beautifully preserved medieval cities. Meander through the narrow streets, exploring Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. Take the cable car from the Old Town to the top of Srđ Mountain and enjoy scenic views of the mighty ramparts and the Elaphiti Islands. Return transfer to the vessel for a welcome dinner and cocktail reception. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (D)

Day 2 - Dubrovnik - Korčula


Departure towards Korčula island, best known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. While wandering along the herringbone pattern streets, discover legends, tales, and monuments. Korčula treasures more of those than any other place does. Early afternoon panoramic drive through vineyards to visit the famous sandy beach of Lumbarda and wine tasting in a well-known local winery with grappa and snacks. Overnight in Korčula. (B, L, T)

Day 3 - Korčula - Hvar


Early departure towards Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic to visit the local farm and enjoy their wine, olive oil, and traditional homemade products. Visit the Lavender Museum and distillery with a presentation of lavender history on the island of Hvar. Transfer back to Hvar for the afternoon guided tour. One can find many historical landmarks in Hvar such as the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower and the oldest community theater in Europe which was founded in 1612, to name a few. In the evening, Hvar offers an abundance of entertainment. Many restaurants, bars, and cafés are open long into the night. Overnight in Hvar. (B, L, T)

Day 4 - Hvar - Biševo (Blue Cave) - Vis


Early morning cruise towards the small island of Biševo to visit the Blue Cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon (entrances paid locally). The cave entrance is dependent on weather conditions. Continue to the island of Vis, once a strategic naval Yugoslav base and closed to the public for years. Due to this isolation, Vis retains a special charm. Situated on the northern side of the island, Vis has developed near the remains of ancient Issa, the first urban center in Croatia. Enjoy a wine tasting at a local, family-owned winery situated in an old tunnel, with a long winemaking tradition. Overnight in the port of Vis. (B, L, T)

Day 5 - Vis - Pelješac


Morning departure towards Pelješac peninsula, well known for its excellent wine. Lunch on board and early afternoon transfer to the famous Korta Katarina winery for a guided tour, followed by wine tasting. Continue to the family- owned boutique Winery Mikulić in Orebić. Get to know the small family-owned winery and traditional winemaking process, Enjoy a wine tasting of the award-winning Croatian wines, followed by dinner. Late transfer back to the vessel. Overnight on Pelješac peninsula. (B, L, T, D)

Day 6 - Pelješac - Ston - Mali Ston - Slano


Departure after breakfast towards Trstenik. Transfer to the Croatian Museum of Viticulture Putniković, where the visitors are introduced to the traditional process of winemaking, from vineyards to barrels and the historical development of the vines. Enjoy a high-quality wine tasting with snacks. Then on to Ston, a small village, once fortified, famous for its oysters. After exploring the town’s vast medieval ramparts, head towards Europe’s oldest salt works known as the trademark of Ston, a short coastal walk that leads to an oyster farm. Learn about oysters and enjoy the special tasting of this delicacy. Transfer to Slano for a Captain’s dinner with live entertainment onboard. Overnight in Slano. (B, T, D)

Day 7 - Slano - Dubrovnik


Cruise towards Dubrovnik and enjoy a scenic cruise alongside the old Dubrovnik city walls. Docking in Dubrovnik Gruž harbor, enjoy your afternoon at leisure to explore the narrow car-free limestone streets worn smooth under the soles of centuries of pedestrians. Seek out a drink in one of the trendy piazzas, walk the famous 1,940m long walls, and take a stroll along the famous Stradun. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B, L)

Day 8 - Dubrovnik


After an early breakfast, it is time to say goodbye to the crew and new friends. Check out by 9 a.m. (B)

B Breakfast, L Lunch, D Dinner, T Tasting, CD Captain's Dinner

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