Dubrovnik is, along with Venice, arguably one of the most famous destinations in the Adriatic, and the coastline and surrounding islands form a perfect playground for a sailing holiday. The adventure begins in the ACI Marina, Dubrovnik, perfect for exploring the medieval town upon arrival or prior to your return journey.  

The first week is spent cruising amongst the Elaphite Islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan, each offering a sheltered anchorage in once a sleepy fishing harbour and now with quayside moorings adjacent to vibrant waterside cafes. Sailing on as far north as Korcula and Lastovo via Mijlet Island. Towards the end of the first week the flotilla sails south of Dubrovnik on to the colourful Port of Cavtat  ready to set sail during the second week to Montenegro's beautiful Kortor Gulf with its many picturesque harbours each set against a back drop of steep mountain slopes that form the idylic sailing grounds of the Bay of Kotor. 

One week flotillas sail either the Kotor Bay route from Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik route north taking in the islnds of Mijlet, Korcula and Lastovo (Weather dependent)

 

Please note : minimum RYA Day skipper or ICC + VHF radio licence is required for sailing in Croatia. - See more at: http://www.sunscapeyachting.co.uk/itineraries/dalmatian-flotilla#yachts-...

Please note : minimum RYA Day skipper or ICC + VHF radio licence is required for sailing in Croatia

 

Please note : minimum RYA Day skipper or ICC + VHF radio licence is required for sailing in Croatia. - See more at: http://www.sunscapeyachting.co.uk/itineraries/dalmatian-flotilla#yachts-...