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8 Days Sailing, Island Hopping and Wine Tour in Croatia

Marina Kastela, Obala kralja Tomislava 11a 21213, Kaštel Gomilica, Croatia

Wine Sailing Holiday in Croatia

Sail Croatia and call into ports for a winery tour, wine tasting and a truly one of a kind sailing holiday in Croatia. Your Croatian charter allows you to see many 'must-see' attractions, such as the Blue Caves and the national park of Mljet. After your day of sailing, swimming and activities, enjoy dinner and wine tasting, winery tour, cellar tours and even a night on the boat where the yacht crew will serve dinner with matching wines under the stars. To finish off the meal, you will be brought out a selection of delicious local meats, cheese, and wines to complete the evening. You're in for a treat! Grab your friends and either book a cabin or private charter for your Croatian sailing holiday this year.


  • Wine and cheese evening
  • Stops at some of the best wineries in the Dalmatian
  • Let your taste buds come alive with the local food and wines
  • Wine and food-based sailing itinerary to some of the best eateries
  • Golden sunsets and sunrises like nothing you've seen before
  • Fully crewed private yacht with skipper and hostess
  • Be welcomed by the warm hospitality of the locals
  • A sky full of stars at night, with no light pollution


7 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 7 participants
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You will be accommodated in a double cabin on a sailing boat. Cabins are on either a twin share basis or a private double cabin. The Oceanis 48 yacht is a very 'beamy' (wide) boat, which means more room and comfort for you. You'll see how 'fat' she is when compared to other boats she's parked beside.


You will spend eight days / seven nights island-hopping across the stunning Dalmatian coastline on one of Yoga Sailing Holidays' fully crewed sailing yachts, with skipper and hostess to make sure your Croatian sailing holiday is as smooth as a Cabernet Sauvignon. This Croatian sailing itinerary runs from Split to Dubrovnik and vice versa (depending on your interests) and includes the best destinations that Croatia has to offer, including Croatia's National Park Mljet, the fortified town of Korčula and one of the most captivating islands, Vis. There are plenty of hidden gems on the journey and the trip is promised to be like nothing you’ve ever done before!

Split to Dubrovnik itinerary


Whether you're starting or ending your Croatian sailing holiday in Split, there is more to the city than just the old town, including the beaches and day trips to Plitvice Lakes and Krka Falls.

You will be starting/ending your Croatian sailing holiday in Split (Marina Kaštela) which is only 10 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from the Old Town. Sit back and relax, you are going to love your vacation when you sail Croatia and begin your 'Wine Week'.

Milna (Brač)

You start your Croatian sailing holiday and ‘Wine Week’ with a short sail to the beautiful small town of Milna on Brač.

Your Croatian sailing and wine week begins by visiting a local winemaker that has been creating wines for hundreds of years and still uses the same techniques today. You can sample the wine and buy some to take away with you. This is a truly exquisite way to ‘pop the cork’ of your Croatian wine and sailing holiday.

Stari Grad (Hvar)

You start the first full day of your Croatian Wine Cruise by going to beautiful Stari Grad on Hvar, but not before your first swim in the Adriatic. When you sail Croatia, you absolutely have to visit the island of Hvar. Calling into the port of Stari Grad, there will be a pickup and a tour of Tomič winery in Jelsa and a tasting of their wines.

If you want to paint the town red, you can go into the town of Hvar to either enjoy the dining experiences or party the night away. Hvar town is well known for its nightlife and cosmopolitanism tourists.


You will call into the town on Vis and secure a place on the town quay, where you can wander the promenade and soak up the atmosphere of the bustling town. By arriving early you can also arrange an excursion to visit 'The Caves' (Green cave, Blue cave) and also Stiniva bay. You can hire scooters to explore the island before your arranged tour.

Make sure you're back in time for a wine tour, wine tasting and finishing at the famous Roki’s winery and konoba. Legendary for their ‘peka’, it’s a ‘must-have’ on your Croatian sailing holiday, especially if you’re a meat-eater as the meal is slow-cooked in the traditional grill oven and the meat just falls apart.

Sv. Nedelja (Hvar)

You are in for a real treat, as you’re going to the famous and multi-award winning Zlatan Otok winery on Sveta Nedjelja. The family farm was established in 1986 and only three years later received the patronage for the top quality wine in 1989.

Now the Zlatan Otok Company has more than one hundred awards, medals and recognitions, and over 20 champion awards, including Best Croatian winemakers and Mr. Zlatan Plenkovic was elected with the highest honor of ‘Croatian wine knight’.

The restaurant cooks with only the freshest seafood, which is caught daily and directly delivered to the restaurant daily. The restaurant has a sea pool with live lobsters that are chosen by the guest and made ​​by the finest Dalmatian recipes. The restaurant has a unique underwater wine cellar storing the archive wines and used for wine tasting while overlooking the seabed.


Today your Croatian sailing holiday takes you to Lumbarda, where you can explore the fortified town of Korčula. This magnificent town has the ability to awaken your imagination as you wander the cobbled streets, or climb the turret-towers for a sunset cocktail.

Yoga Sailing Holidays team will be arranging for a tour of a local winery, followed by wine tasting and dinner on their estate. You'll be warmed by the friendly hospitality and delicious wines from their farm.

After your wine tour and meal, you'll walk back to the boat where you can retire for the evening or explore the Old Town of Korčula. You can wander the streets and be enchanted by the local musicians playing songs you'll recognize and some you won't. It's the perfect way to relax and to just sit back and absorb the atmosphere of the town.


The first leg of the journey is to the national park, where you can hire a scooter to explore the lakes of Mljet. You can stop for a swim along the way and visit the monastery, which inhabits a tiny islet in the middle of the lake. It’s not an everyday experience.

After a lunch stop, you will slowly make your way through the National Park and to a tiny, protected bay where you’ll stay on anchor for the evening (weather permitting) and the staff will prepare an onboard three-course meal, with matching wines, followed by local wines, cheeses and meats as you gaze upon the evening’s sky with no light pollution.

For many, the onboard experience with great company, new friends, cheeses and wines as you stargaze is one of the memorable evenings of your Croatian sailing holiday.


After a freshly prepared onboard breakfast and your morning swim, you set sail for Dubrovnik, via a beautifully protected bay for your lunch and final afternoon swim.

You arrive in the marina with time to freshen up and head into the Old Town of Dubrovnik, where you can choose to walk the walls of the town, kayak outside the town for a new perspective or just wander the streets before you enjoy the final evening of your sailing Croatian cruise.

You will be taken to a secret bar, which is located on the outside of the securing walls, perched against the rocks for a sunset cocktail and the opportunity to reminisce the magical week and smorgasbord of local food and wines you've shared together. Check out is at 8 a.m.


Split to Dubrovnik

  • Day 1 (Saturday): Split to Milna (Brač)
  • Day 2 (Sunday): Milna to Stari Grad (Hvar)
  • Day 3 (Monday): Stari Grad to Vis (Vis)
  • Day 4 (Tuesday): Vis to Sveta Nedelja (Hvar)
  • Day 5 (Wednesday): Sveta Nedelja - Lumbarda (Korčula)
  • Day 6 (Thursday): Lumbarda to Okukje (Mljet)
  • Day 7 (Friday): Okukje to Dubrovnik (ACI Marina)
  • Day 8 (Saturday): Dubrovnik (disembark at 8:00 a.m.)


  • Half-board meals
  • Wine and cheese evening
  • 1 three-course onboard meal, with matching wines while on anchor
  • A selection of wine tasting, winemaking and wine tours on each of the stops including a wine tour on the island of Vis, where you can experience the best 'peka' (slow-cooked meat dish under hot coals for four hours) in Croatia

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Alcoholic beverages

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

  • Learn to sail (if you want) with your qualified skipper
  • Daily swim stops in the crystal clear water
  • Appreciate ancient Croatian architecture
  • Walk/cycle the forest and lake of the Mljet National Park
  • Explore the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Game of Thrones
  • Take in the sights and relax as you sail the coast

You are also encouraged to stay an extra night (or more) in Dubrovnik and not to finish your voyage and fly home. Dubrovnik has too much to offer and a terrific selection of restaurants.

What's included

  • 1 x onboard meal, with matching wines while on anchor
  • All wine tours and wine tastings included
  • 7 nights accommodation on your luxury private yacht
  • Luxury Oceanis 48 yacht
  • Full crew: Skipper and hostess
  • Your weekly marina and port fees (circa 600 EUR)
  • Fuel (circa 200 EUR)
  • One way delivery fee (750 EUR)
  • Final cleaning fee (250 EUR)
  • Tourism taxes
  • Half board, your hostess will prepare your breakfast and lunch
  • BYO alcohol
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Learn how to sail or test your skills with your qualified skipper
  • A private yacht for a fraction of the cost to do it yourself
  • Always a small group on board
  • Wi-Fi (4G unlimited data)
  • No hidden charges or 'departure taxes'

What's not included

  • Restaurant dinners
  • Excursions
  • BYO Alcohol or mixes
  • Flight
  • Airport transfers
  • Personal travel insurance

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Split Airport (SPU).

Arrival by taxi

Please arrive at Marina Kaštela for your Split embarkation or ACI Marina Dubrovnik for your Dubrovnik embarkation. Every taxi driver should know where the marinas are.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on departure.

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8 days / 7 nights
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There are three routes for this program. Please select the date of your preferred route below. 

Split to Dubrovnik, 2020
  • May 30
  • June 13
  • June 27
  • July 11
  • July 25
  • August 8 
  • August 22
  • September 5
  • September 19


Dubrovnik to Split, 2020
  • June 6
  • June 20
  • July 4
  • July 18
  • August 1
  • August 15
  • August 29
  • September 12 
  • September 26


Split to Split
  • Case to case basis, inquire first

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