Private Sailing: 4 days island hopping

4 days

About Tour


Private sailing around the Adriatic begins from Split and continues to Brač, Hvar, Vis, and Šolta, including Blue Cave and the archipelago Pakleni Islands. A spectacular selection of picturesque bays, small towns, and natural phenomena. Please note that sailing itineraries depend on the weather conditions, and they can change according to client preferences.


Split - Brac - Hvar

In the morning, we will meet in the port of Split. As we drift away from the coast, look back and see the beautiful Diocletian's Palace. We are heading towards the island of Hvar, although we will stop in a secluded bay on the island of Brač. When we anchor in the bay, jump off the boat, and dive into the beautiful blue sea. During snorkeling discover corals, rocks, and various fish, the underwater around islands is truly exquisite. After sailing through sea strait Splitska Vrata and the open sea, we arrive at Hvar. We will anchor in the port of Hvar. Walk the streets of this festive city for the rest of the day and enjoy a fun summer nightlife. 

Hvar - Blue Cave - Komiza

Throughout the morning, we will explore the nearby archipelago Pakleni Islands, a maze of several smaller islands that offer excellent bays for swimming and diving. After sailing to the small island of Bisevo, we will visit its magical Blue Cave. Later, if the weather conditions serve us, we will also visit the Green Cave, located on the tiny uninhabited islet of Ravnik, south of the island of Vis. In the afternoon, we expect to arrive on Vis, Komiža. We will anchor in the port of Komiza. In the evening, sit on the boat and enjoy the atmosphere of the promenade or walk and explore this authentic fishing village well known in the Adriatic.

Komiza- Pakleni Islands- Solta

After morning coffee, we leave Vis and sail back to the archipelago Pakleni Islands, near Hvar, where our skipper will take you to even more beautiful bays for swimming, relaxing, and enjoying the sun. Following is our final destination, Solta. Solta has many worthy places to visit, such as NecujamMaslinicaRogac, and StomorskaRogac is the main port on the island. Pisker bay in the helmet of Necujam on Solta served the emperor Diocletian as a fishpond. At the bottom of the sea, there is a wall that proves it.

Solta Island - Split

Solta, even near the city of Split, is often overlooked by many tourists. The island is known for its olives, figs, honey, wine, and lagoons, which are undoubtedly the hidden jewel of the Adriatic. The serene coves of Solta allow sailors to find their little paradise on the Adriatic. Enjoy a day of swimming and relaxing on this stunning island, which has so much to offer. In the late afternoon, we will sail back to Split. We should arrive around 6 pm.

Our Great Staff

Our skippers
Sailing crew

Our skippers

Our skippers are certified professionals with years of sailing experience who can easily handle unexpected situations. Each of our skippers is a fun-loving, adventurous person who loves the sea. Most of them were born and raised on the coast having the Adriatic Sea as a companion on many journeys. You will discover many beautiful beaches thanks to their knowledge of the Adriatic coast. Their positive energy and warm spirit will make your trip even more enjoyable. 



The Standard package includes:

Skipper, final cleaning, tourist tax, fuel for 4 hours a day, towels, bed lines

The Premium package includes:

accommodation on the yacht, the crew of 2 (skipper and chef/ hostess), fuel, port and anchorage fees, free internet Wi-Fi, tourist tax, air-conditioning (only in ports), linens, towels,  final cleaning.

Not included

The Standard package doesn't include:

Marina/mooring fees, entrance to national parks and parks of nature, meals, tips for the crew

The Premium package doesn't include:

entrance fees (national parks, caves, and similar), meals and drinks not listed as included, personal expenses, travel insurance, tips for the crew…

What to Bring

ESSENTIALS: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, beachwear, beach towels*, a favorite book...

Warm clothes and a jacket (regardless of the date).

A pair of sneakers is always a good idea.

A soft traveling bag rather than a large hard case.

FOOD/DRINKS: The Standard package does not include any meals, and we advise buying supplies for the first two days, and then later, you can always purchase fresh groceries in the supermarkets on the islands.

There are also plenty of restaurants along the route, so we do encourage you to explore and taste Croatian cuisine. 


4 days

Private sailing trips can depart at any day of the week - depending on boat availability.

The itinerary published online is just an idea/suggestion of what can be done in the number of days you sail. 

Please note that the final itinerary depends on:

  • Weather conditions
  • Your preferences
  • Distances 

The route shown on the map is an example of possible options and presentation of the wider area covered during this sailing trip. All docking and swimming places will be fine-tuned in agreement with the skipper, depending on the weather forecast.

price per boat
from 2,265 € / 16,988 kn