Itinerary + Map

DAY 1 Split - Rogoznica
Welcome to Split! Depart from Split at 13.00hrs and cruise towards Rogoznica while enjoying lunch on board. En-route, enjoy a swim stop in one of the picturesque bays. You’ll arrive in Rogoznica, a small village which offers many restaurant and café choices. Be sure to try the locally made Babic wine. L
* In peak periods the port may be too busy and the boat will stop and overnight in Primosten instead.

DAY 2 Rogoznica – Krka National Park – Sibenik- Vodice
During breakfast you’ll continue on to Krka National Park. Discover the beauty of this area and its waterfalls where the flora and fauna are exceptional. After this, enjoy lunch on board with spectacular views of the Krka Canyon as you cruise towards Sibenik. Enjoy the afternoon at your leisure exploring this historic town centre, above which sits a striking castle and numerous historic buildings like Foscolo Palace, showcasing a perfect example of Gothic style and the Church of St. Lawrence, highlighting a Baroque style. After this, continue on to Vodice, a lively town with many restaurants and cafes with terraces to enjoy a meal with a sea view. BL

DAY 3 Vodice - Kornati National Park - Sali
Your first stop today is Kornati National Park, made up of over 100 islands and reefs. A remarkable sight to see, the inlets on some of the islands descend deeply into the sea, a hundred metres deep in some places and are dramatically razor sharp. The islands are rich in sea life and cultural and historic remains. There are ruins of an old Illyrian fortress, Roman villas, the Church of St. Mary and other interesting medieval settlements. After, continue on to Sali, your port of call for the night. BL

DAY 4 Sali - Zadar
Today enjoy breakfast on board and a morning of swimming before an afternoon departure for Zadar. Upon arrival, join a guided sightseeing tour of Zadar which will unveil a city rich in monumental heritage. Zadar was important for centuries as the metropolis of Dalmatia and today it is the centre of the region. Explore the Roman Forum, dating back to the 1st century, the church of St. Donatus from the 9th century as well as the medieval St. Anastasia's Cathedral. The remainder of the day is at leisure and we recommend you do not miss the natural Sea Organ nor 'The Greeting to the Sun' light installation by the waterfront. BL

DAY 5 Zadar - Zlarin
This morning cruise south along the Dalmatian coast. Enjoy lunch on board and a swim stop en-route as you head towards the car-free island of Zlarin. This small town only has a few hundred permanent inhabitants through winter, but welcomes a boom of tourist during summer. Coral farming is a strong trade here and dates back to the 15th century - keep an eye out for coral items for sale by local artisans. Tonight enjoy a Captains dinner on board. BLD

DAY 6 Zlarin - Trogir
Set sail after breakfast with a swim stop in another tranquil crystal clear bay. After lunch on board, you’ll cruise to the old Dalmatian town of Trogir. This town is sometimes referred to as “little Dubrovnik” because of its ancient walls. Join a guided tour of this UNESCO listed old town. The evening is then free to choose from a great selection of bars and restaurants a spot for dinner. BL

DAY 7 Trogir - Split
Your day begins with breakfast on board and a swim stop in one of the bays on Ciovo Island, near Trogir. Cruise toward Split in the afternoon where you’ll join a guided sightseeing tour upon arrival. Split has evolved from the ruins of the remarkable Diocletian's Palace, the retirement home of Dalmatian born Emperor Diocletian. Enjoy your evening by wandering through parts of the palace and along Split's famous waterfront. BL

DAY 8 Split
Bid farewell to your Captain, crew and new friends as your <sn> cruise concludes upon disembarkation after breakfast. B

  • Cruise Manager
  • Daily cabin service
  • Fresh towels and bed linen mid week
  • Luggage handling
  • 8 day cruise in a sea-view cabin
  • Exclusions: Tourist taxes and port fees (approx. Eur40 per adult, Eur36.50 per child 0-11yrs, Eur33 per child 12-18yrs), National Park fees (Eur15-27 per person), Gratuities and Optional excursions, paid locally.
    *services may be adjusted to fit within covid guidelines
  • 7 breakfasts
  • 7 three-course lunches
  • Captain’s Dinner
  • Olive oil and wine tasting on board
  • Complimentary bottled water (1.5L per person per day)
  • Complimentary afternoon tea and coffee
  • Guided tour of:
    Zadar, Trogir and Split


Prices are per person in NZD

Date Twin/Double Single
Standard Cabin, Lower Deck Standard Cabin, Main/Upper Deck Standard Cabin, Lower Deck Standard Cabin, Main/Upper Deck
18 Jun 2022
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Enquiry $1,885 Sold Out $2,810 Sold Out
09 Jul 2022
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Enquiry $1,935 $2,080 $2,900 $3,130
23 Jul 2022
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Enquiry $1,935 $2,080 $2,900 $3,130
06 Aug 2022
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Enquiry $1,935 $1,745 $2,080 $1,885 $2,900 $2,615 $3,130 $2,810
20 Aug 2022
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Enquiry $1,885 $2,010 $2,810 $3,010

Ship Information

Value First-Class (Un-named)

Affordable comfort and value:  A great option if you seek a great value comfortable Croatian cruise. These cruises are popular with a range of travellers from for young to old, couples, friends and families. The boats in this category are steel hulled, and all the cabins have a private en-suite. Air conditioning is available in the public areas at a minimum. In this category the exact ship for each cruise is not allocated until approximately one to two weeks prior to departure. The vessels allocated are all similar and usually launched 12-15 years ago or refurbished. Expect simple but very comfortable cabins and public areas and a relaxed atmosphere on-board. The images below are representative of various boats used in this category.