All vessels include unlimited complimentary water, complimentary Wi-Fi on board and

welcome reception. The majority of vessels have 18 to 19 cabins. Most vessels have limited third bed possibility. Included services are valid for guaranteed departures only.


The most recent class vessels, crème de la crème on the Adriatic Sea. Built with high quality materials of solid wood, glass, marble, stainless steel and similar materials,these vessels are floating mini boutique hotels. Minimum 47 meters in length, newly built or refurbished, with hot tubs and beautiful sun decks with lounge area, deckchairs and more. Spacious, superbly designed, airconditioned en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, 15 to 20 square meter in size. Cabins are equipped with wardrob es, deposit boxes, hairdryer, bathroom toiletries, bathrobe, slippers, LCD TV, etc


Modern and state of the art vessels, 42 to 47 meters in length. The vast sun deck includes a hot tub, a beautiful lounge area and sunbeds to enjoy wonderful Adriatic scenery. Deluxe vessels feature spacious, lavishly designed, air-conditioned en-suite cabins (12 to 17 square meter in size) with double or twin beds, safety deposit box, LCD TV, bathroom toiletries, hairdryer, cupboard & wardrobe cabinet.


  • Shared airport transfers at prescheduled times
  • Buffet breakfasts
  • Three course lunches with salad and cheese bar
  • Captain’s dinner with live music,
  • Fresh fruit
  • Sightseeing in English
  • English speaking tour manager
  • Various entrance fees
  • Various tastings & excursions
  • Tourist tax & port fees
  • Luggage handling
  • Daily cabin service
  • Complimentary water from the water fountain
  • Tea or coffee after lunch
  • Olive oil and wine tasting on board Complimentary
  • Wi-Fi

Discover the beautiful Croatia on our small ship cruises! You can join other people on board and rent one cabin only! This year we prepared for you amazing departure places, Dubrovnik, Opatija, Split and also many different cruise types. Something for everybody. Discover something new, book a boat and cruise!

TURKEY                      CROATIA                     GREECE



The captain reserves the right to change the route in case of bad weather conditions.All cruise departures are guaranteed; however, We reserve the right to cancel a departure if less than20 participants are booked and change the vessel if the need arises.We reserve the right to change the ship in case of a charter. Notification will be sent at least 45 days prior to departure. Passengers are obliged to follow the ship rules (found in written form on the ship) especially with regards to bringing drinks on board. In case of inappropriate behaviour, We / Captain reserve the right to request passengers to disembark.


DISCLAIMER: Due to specific mooring conditions and requirements in some Croatian ports, Our vessels are moored side by side, making it necessary for the passenger to cross from one vessel to another with gaps in between the min order to get to the shore. In such cases,clients need to take special care when crossing and do this at their own risk. Crew assistance will be given to those needing and requesting it.The cruise is not recommended for clients in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.We and the captain of the vessel reserve the right to change and modify the route due to weather conditions as well as conditions in the ports visited. The order of visits may be different than published in case of ports being overly crowded and too busy and with the intention to give the customer a better experience overall

Weather in Adriatic  

The climate on the Adriatic is very much within the same parameters as the general Mediterranean climate.


It is characterized by hot summers, many sunny days, and mild and rainy winters.

The warmest months are July and August, when the air temperature is between 25° C & 35° C (77° F - 95° F),and sea temperature reaches up to 28° C (83° F).


The rain is very rare in this time, and it is considered to be the peak of the tourist season.

Averaging from 2,400 to 2,800 sunny hours per year, the Croatian Adriatic is one of the sunniest coastlines in the world. 


Cyclones and anticyclones

The formation of cyclones and anticyclones over central and southern Europe dictates changes in Adriatic weather conditions. The usual direction of cyclone movement over the Adriatic is from west to east. Their fronts bring southerly winds (when the jugo blows along the Adriatic), with a flow of warm, wet air to the Adriatic, making the weather cloudy and rainy. Behind the cyclone, as the anticyclone gains in strength and expands over the European mainland towards the east, the wind veers NE and brings with it cold, dry air; the bura clears away the clouds, and following it there is a temporary drop in temperature, but the weather stabilises. This stabilisation is characteristic of Adriatic weather, with clear, sunny skies, and a daily maestral during the summer, until the arrival of a new cyclone repeats the entire cycle. 


This rhythm of changes is common in the Adriatic, and varies only according to the frequency and trajectories of cyclones. They are rare during the summer when they mostly move above the Northern Adriatic. 


Summer and winter difference

Differences between the north and south Adriatic weather situations are significantly milder during the summer – this is when the two halves of the Adriatic merge into a single climate region, with many warm, sunny days, high daily temperatures soothed by the pleasant maestral, low humidity and nights which are not too hot. The surface temperature of the sea is mostly between 24° and 26°C throughout the Adriatic. At the end of the summer, the differences between the northern and southern Adriatic become more marked at night, while daily temperatures remain more or less the same. Colder nights soon begin to contribute to the cooling of the sea, which quickly becomes colder around the beginning of September. A month later, the Istrian sea will have cooled to 18°C or less, while in the south it will still be around 22°C. 


Tides, currents and waves

The amplitudes of the Adriatic tides are relatively small and do not affect safety at sea significantly. Atmospheric pressure has a significant effect on them.Sea currents are weak and do not usually present navigational problems. But they should still be taken into consideration, especially in narrow channels and passages, where they can gain up to 4 knots in speed.The waves of the Adriatic are not as high as ocean waves. The jugo creates more waves than the bura, but it would be foolish to conclude that jugo waves are less dangerous. On the contrary, bura waves are half the length, and irregular in amplitude, which means your hull will be under much greater stress than during the jugo.



In terms of weather conditions in the Adriatic, squalls are the most unsettling experiences, next to the bura. They arrive at great speed from the west, from the open sea, but are short-lived. They almost always occur during summer and lessen in frequency as autumn approaches. At the first sign of a squall, take precautions without delay. If you can shelter from its path, you would be well advised to do so.


Weather forecast for Adriatic in each moment you can check on Meteorological and Hydro logical service.