Dubrovnik Yacht Charter Base

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Dubrovnik has long been the most popular travel destination on the Adriatic coast and when you see the world famous UNESCO protected world heritage site that is the walled city, you will understand the attraction. Dubrovnik is as important now as it was in the middle ages when it rivalled Venice as a centre of learning and invention. Today Dubrovnik offers an ideal port from which to explore the southern Dalmatian Islands, beautiful and steeped in history.

Dubrovnik Yacht Charter Base Co-Ordinates:

42°40,3’ N 18°07,6’ E

Dubrovnik Yacht Charter Base Address:

ACI Marina Komolac 20 000 Dubrovnik Croatia

Dubrovnik Yacht Charter Base Facilities:

  • Coffee-bar
  • Parking
  • Super-market
  • Crane
  • Power supply
  • Water supply
  • Restaurant
  • WC
  • Gasoline station
  • Shower
  • Weather forecast
  • Laundry service
  • Workshop
Day 1

Dubrovnik – After cheching in, explore this amazing UNESCO world heritage site, described by Byron as “the Pearl of the Adriatic”

Day 2

Bay of Sunj on the island of Lopud – The bay rightfully deserves the title of the most beautiful sand beach on Adriatic Sea.

Day 3

Ston – The second longest wall in the world and the sea salt factory are the town’s main attractions. The twin town “Mali Ston” (on the other end of the wall) is famous for oysters.

Day 4

Island of Mljet – Enjoy the unspoilt beauty and the largest coral reef in the Mediterranean.

Day 5

Island of Lastovo – Due to its secluded position, the island managed to escape modern urban impact. It is just the spot for those who seek to see and experience the Adriatic as it used to be. Numerous coves, bays and small islands are suitable for swimming for those looking for peace and quiet.

Day 6

Island of Korcula – Steeped in history, this island is the birth place of the famous explorer, Marco Polo.

Day 7

Sailing to Dubrovnik – Enjoy the scenery of vineyards along the coast of the Peljesac peninsula, the green shores of Mljet island and the high cliffs of Sipan island.

Day 8

Disembark 09h:00

The ACI marina in Dubrovnik lies near Komolac about 2 Nm from the entrance to the port of Gruz and only 6 km from the old city nucleus.
The Dubrovnik airport lies 27 km from the marina, and it has very good connections with other Croatian regions and the rest of the world.

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