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A WORLD OF POSSIBILITY

New destinations every day. Deserted beaches. Clandestine hangouts. Your own playground on the water. Some experiences can only be achieved with a yacht charter. Discover everything that the Adriatic has to offer. Experience a private haven surrounded by clear waters. Be alone in a secluded anchorage.Escape from the world on your terms. A flexible itinerary tailored to you. No compromises. Browse through the destinations we’ve picked out for you and let you be swept of your feet with these natural beauties.

1185

Islands, Islets & Reefs

4012km

Islands Shoreline

36000ha

Islands National Parks

2600 h

Sunshine per Year

1000

Berths on Islands

WELCOME TO THE ONE OF MOST BEAUTIFUL SEAS IN THE WORLD

QUICK & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ZADAR:

  • Zadar is the fifth  largest  city in Croatia. It is situated on Adriatic  Coast and has about 75 000 inhabitants.
  • In May 1964, Alfred Hitchcock checked into Room 204 of the classic and now closed Hotel Zagreb on the waterfront in Zadar. The hotel’s location was one of the best in town and it was from there that the famed director opined that “The sunset of Zadar is the world’s most beautiful and incomparably better than in Key West, Florida.”
  • Zadar  is  the hometown of  an unique  sight – a sea organ – a 70-meter stairway into the Adriatic Sea, featuring 35 organ pipes at the water level, that can play seven chords of five tones depending on the tides.
  • Zadar  is old, beautiful and hip. It is also the host  to one of the quirkiest music  festivals in the Mediterranean, the Garden  Festival”

QUICK & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SPLIT:

  • Split is the hub of central Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia, with about 250,000 inhabitants . It serves as a jumping-off point for the exploration of the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic.
  • It is one of the oldest cities in the area, traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old.
  • Split is the only city in the world that has developed from a vacation house-the palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian who built his palace here at the end of 3rd century AD.
  • With its ideal climate and 2,800 hours of sunlight each year, local people have a few nicknames for Split: “The most beautiful city in the world” and “Mediterranean flower”.
  • Its biggest sandy beach Bacvice is a ten-minute ten minute walk from the historical town center.
  • Picigin is traditional ball game from Split, that is played on Bacvice. It is an amateur sport played in shallow water consisting of players keeping a small ball from touching the water. There is also a widely held belief that the only proper garment to wear while playing Picigin is a tight speedo (Croatian “mudantine”).
  • Football is taken  very seriously in Split.
  • The local football stadium ,designed in the shape of a seashell is the home of the HAJDUK football club and recently of the ULTRA EUROPE music  festival.
  • With its annual turnover of three million passengers, the port of Split is the busiest port in the Mediterranean (after Naples and Piraeus).

QUICK & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SIBENIK:

  • Šibenik is second largest city in Dalmatia, with about 50,000 inhabitants.
  • National Geographic journalists chose the Šibenik area – the  Krka waterfalls and the Kornati Archipelago to be world’s number one  sailing destination.
  • The Archipelago of Šibenik County consists of 242 islands, islets and reefs.
  • The Šibenik Archipelago is popular among people who seek isolation and beautiful, unspoiled nature.
  • Sibenik is city of  rich  spiritual  and material  culture.

QUICK & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT DUBROVNIK:

  • Dubrovnik is  a city in southern  Croatia that fronts the Adriatic Sea. It has a population of 42,000.
  • In 1979, the city was included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites.
  • The city of Dubrovnik is the Eastern European paradise.
  • It is surrounded by two kilometers of ancient walls and fortifications, did you see the “Game of Thrones” series?  King’s landing is Dubrovnik.
  • The city receives approximately 7.2 hours of sun each day, that results in 2,630 hours of sun per year.
  • On 27 January 1416, Dubrovnik was the first state to abolish slavery (England abolished it in 1569, United States in 1865)
  • the Mediterranean  beaches  around the city have been  rated among the best in the world