Suggested route, 2 weeks


Day 1

Start from Sukošan northward towards the north cape of the island Ugljan. Overnight in Zadar city or on the northen part of Ugljan. For example Muline is nice place to stay

Day 2

Continue to Molat – you can stay in the village if you need fresh bread or basic provisioning. Or just go to Brgulje, take a buoy or simply drop an anchor and enjoy peace and quiet.

Day 3

Turn southward, sail along the Dugi otok (Long Island) and discover why it has got that name. If you already miss civilization, bars and restaurants stop in Sali, vivid village on the south end of Long Island. If you want to avoid it, just continue to Telašćica, Park of nature, drop your anchor and listen to crickets.

Day 4

Spend the day in Kornati, we're sure that among 89 islands you will find your perfect one. We still haven't decided which one is „the one“ because we adore most of them. But if we may suggest Levrnaka with the beautiful bay of Lojena or Opat bay with excellent restaurant are definetly in our top 5 Kornati places.

Day 5

Leaving the Kornati national Park, sail thrugh Murter sea to the south and spend one night in Vodice. It's busy touristic centre so it will be a nice contrast to your up-to–now quiet tour.

Day 6

Your trip towards the south leads you pass the islands of Prvić, Zlarin and Tijat and into the more open seas. You can stay overnight in Primošten pitoresque small town with plenty of restaurants and amazing views or continue to more quiet marina of Kremik. If you have good wind and don't want to waste it, just sail further to the south, to the northern cape of the island Šolta. You will have to decide weather to stay in nice small marina in Maslinica or anchor in hidden Šešula bay.

Day 7

South-west of Šolta you will find the islands of Brač and Hvar. The Port of Hvar is well known for its beauty, history and cuisine. You can dock in the port of Hvar which is rather busy, or across the Pakleni Canal in the Marina on Pakleni Islands. There is also busy, so be sure to be there on time to find a place. Or just go to Šćedro, small island on the south side of Hvar with few nice and safe bays. It's also good place if you want to continue furhter south.

Day 8

Now you have to decide if you want to go more south to Korčula which is well known for its beautiful old town which carries the same name as the island. You can visit the House of Marco Polo and enjoy the beautiful architecture. Or you will make some more miles and discover Lastovo, an island of rare beauty and spectacular natural bays.

Day 9

Whatever you decided yesterday, today you want to spend one day on Vis. This island was, until the fall of communism, a restricted military area. Nowadays it is rightly reffered to as the “Capri of the Adriatic”, thanks to its spectacular virgin nature and the islanders’ ways which were preserved due to a lack of contact to the outside world. Authentic Mediterannean. Great food and wines – pure hedonism. You can stay in the beautiful old fisherman town of Komiža or in Vis.

Day 10

Time to go north. From Vis you can easily reach many interesting destinations both on and off the mainland. We suggest Drvenik or Rogoznica. Both of them will be make good choice for your overnight.

Day 11

Take the course towards Šibenik. The entrance to the canal of the river Krka is marked by the Austrian-built fortres used in the past for various purposes – defence, prison... The navigation through the Krka channel will take you up to the Prokljansko lake and farther to the marina of Skradin. This is your final destination for today. If you arrive early you may seize the opportunity to visit the Krka national park with its famous waterfalls.

Day 12

Take your yacht from Skradin to one of the beautiful island of the Šibenik archipelague which you only passed by on your way southward. Zlarin, Žirje, Kaprije will be your places of interest. You can decide to overnight on anchor or in one of the small ports.

Day 13

On the last day of your cruise, take the course towards the islands Murter and Pašman. Use the last afternoon for another swim in the clear Adriatic and enter Sukošan on Friday evening.

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