Cruising the Adriatic from Venice to Dubrovnik.

 

We would like to offer you a very special charter, cruising the Adriatic Sea from Venice to Dubrovnik on-board “Queen of Datca”. The owner of this sleek 115′ luxury gulet has created the itinerary, which takes you to some of the most beautiful places in the Adriatic, starting in Italy and ending in Croatia. Here are some samples of the places you can visit.

Explore Venice!
Explore Venice!

After e good night’s sleep in your hotel in Venice, the crew will welcome you on-board Queen of Datca. After lunch you can settle back with a coctail in your hand while we set sails for Portoroz, about 3.5 hours away.

Piran in Croatia

Dinner is served in Portovoz. You get used to the Queen of Datca, and you have a wonderfull night. In the harbour of Portovoz or in a bay, close to the town. When you are ready we sail to Rovinjo.

RovinjOn the magnificent coast of Istria (Croatia), right below the Lim Fjord, is the most romantic place in the Mediterranean! The town of Rovinj.Romantic and mysterious, yet full of options for an unforgettable time, Rovinj has become and will remain a town you want to revisit.

The archipilago of Brijuni close to Pula
The archipilago of Brijuni close to Pula

Three hours sailing will bring you to the archipelagoof  Brijuni, offering an extraordinary blend of natural, historical and cultural heritage.  Close by is the the city of Pula, one of Istria’s most authentic and complex cities. The Romans were the first to recognize its ideal position and made it their administrative center.

Pula has lots to offer.
Pula has lots to offer.

One of the more popular of the Croatian islands, Losinj is famous for its lush green vegetation.This island was also under Venetian rule until 1797.

The Kornati Islands
The Kornati Islands

„On the last day of Creation God desired to crown his work and thus created Kornati islands out of tears, stars and breath.”George Bernard Shaw (1929)

Hvar is the St. Tropez of Croatia
Hvar is the St. Tropez of Croatia

Hvar is often alluded to as the “Santorini” of Croatia due to its much photographed Venetian architecture, offers a mix of culture and a vibrant restaurant and café life.

The romantic town of Korcula
The romantic town of Korcula

Korcula’s abundant culture and history helped define its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’, a wonderfully romantic promenade runs through the town by the city walls and is teeming with lively cafes. Korcula town is also claimed to be the birth place of Marco Polo.

Miljet is an absolute "must see".
Miljet is an absolute “must see”.

Mljet – not easy to describe feeling that gets you when you enter in silent and mystery beauty of this island. One can see that this island is living on its’ own time, by its’ own rhythm.

Dubronik, "Pearl of the Adriatic".
Dubronik, “Pearl of the Adriatic”.

The pearl of Adriatic – through turbulent history in rest of Croatia, wise and calm diplomacy that Dubrovnik is known for, has secured to this town independence and therefore turned it to oasis of peace, democracy and prosperity. Philosophy, arts, science were blossoming in this rich town where everything was guided by town’s credo: LIBERTAS – Freedom.

The “Queen of Datca” is a luxury yacht built in the traditional gulet tradition with gleaming woodwork and an enormous amount of room. It has 2 King size master cabins, 2 twins and one cabin with a Queen size bed, so there is plenty of room for 10 guests. Captain Faith is heading the crew of 6, which also includes a great chef. This is the way to pamper yourself and travel to amazing places at the same time. ising
 

 

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