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After taking over the yacht, the tour takes you south to Primošten. Here you can moor either directly in the bustling town port or in a buoy field directly in front of the town. Primošten is probably one of the most popular photo motifs in Croatia. You will immediately fall in love with this old town that lies on a peninsula. We strongly recommend you to take a walk up to the church. You will be rewarded with a spectacular view reaching far to the Kornati National Park; in the evening a beautiful sunset awaits. You will find a variety of nice cafes, bars and restaurants full with vibrant holiday life in the pretty little port and along the promenade. For those who would like to have a nice dinner, we highly recommend the restaurant Mediteran. Fresh fish and meat specialties prepared imaginatively are the house specialty. Here it is advisable to make a reservation. Those who want to dive in the nightlife after dinner can visit the discotheque Aurora somewhat above Primošten. It is the hottest open air club in Croatia where you can dance late into the night.


After a hearty breakfast on the promenade on or overlooking your yacht, your tour takes you to Trogir, whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the way to the south, you make a nice extensive swim stop in the beautiful bay Stari Trogir. You can enjoy swimming, diving and engage in water sports to let off some steam in this turquoise lagoon with crystal clear water. After mooring in ACI Marina Trogir, directly opposite the old town, you dive into the pulsating life in one of the oldest and most beautiful towns in Croatia. In the narrow alleys you can find many fancy boutiques and there are countless small cafes and restaurants. The large promenade regularly hosts concerts or fancy street performers will entertain you late into the night. As for the restaurant Kamerlengo there you will be pampered by all arts of Croatian cuisine.


Out to the islands, between the islands of Šolta and Brac with course on the island and the island’s capital with the same name - Hvar. The town of Hvar has developed in recent years to a hotspot of international high society. The charming and vibrant old town awaits with countless fine restaurants, cafes, boutiques and trendy clubs. If you and your crew want to explore the city, your skipper can drop you off in the town port and pick you up again after the sightseeing. You can moor your yacht either in the adjacent Marina Palmižana or you can drive another 10 minutes further east to the bay Milna. There is the excellent Konoba Kotin and the host Ivan can help you moor on one of his buoys. If you wish, he can also pick you up personally for dinner with an old fishing boat. After an extensive dinner, it’s only about 5 minutes with the taxi to the town of Hvar. If you would like to dine in Hvar, we recommend the restaurant Gariful, directly in the town port. The gourmet restaurant is very busy during the summer months and you need to make a reservation. With a little luck, you can also sight international celebrities who love to stop off at this upscale gourmet restaurant. After a stroll through the old alleys, night owls will love the cool bars. Above all, the Carpe Diem Bar right on the promenade. You and your crew can party the night away in this top location, in top refined atmosphere. When the Carpe Diem Bar closes its gates around 2:00 AM, a Carpe Diem shuttle takes you to an adjacent island and the Carpe Diem Beach Club, in which the party continues until sunrise.


Well rested from partying and after a hearty breakfast on board, we continue to the island of Vis on the side that is open to the sea. This unique bay - the Stiniva bay - is accessible only by a narrow ridge - if a skipper is on board, you can enter by dinghy and visit this unique bay and take a swimming break on the fine pebble beach. After the tender is securely tied, you continue to the only a few miles distant Komiža. Here you will feel sent back in time and the high jetty gives you an idea of what waves this old fishing village has to deal with over the winter months. The romantic village is a Mecca for escapists, which is demonstrated by the numerous playful restaurants and bars. For gourmets, the restaurant Barba is recommended. It has a fantastic view of the town port. This upscale restaurant is known for its excellent service and its excellent fish and meat dishes.


The next morning we continue towards the north to the Kornati National Park. The goal of the longest stage of the cruise will take you to the island Ravni Žakan at the southern end of the national park. Alone the way there, passing numerous small, uninhabited islands in the national park, will enchant you. Once you arrive to Ravni Žakan, proceed to a lagoon like bay with crystal clear water, which is traversed by the turquoise sandbanks, anchor and enjoy The cool water. After an extensive bathing session, you chug to the adjacent Konoba Žakan. You will not believe your eyes, what a stylish and exquisite restaurant has emerged on this, basically the last island on our way to Italy. A few years ago there was only a small customs house where you had to register on the way to Croatia. You should make a reservation for Konoba Žakan. This small, very clean harbour has restaurant staff that expects you and helps you with the mooring. After the mooring, you can treat yourself to a refreshing sun-downer at the beautiful sun terrace before you choose a fresh lobster or other seafood specialties for dinner from the marine aquarium.


After a good night sleep, you can enjoy a rich breakfast (like in a luxury hotel) at Konoba Žakan. After setting off, explore the Kornati National Park at a slow cruising speed, around the island Kornat. It is surrounded by many small bays which are very inviting. Around afternoon, you continue towards mainland to the island Murter. Once you get there, moor the yacht safely in Marina Hramina. We highly recommend the restaurant Boba, a bit hidden on the way from the marina towards the old town. Exquisite fish meals are served here, and especially the Tuna-Carpaccio is something you must try. For those who enjoy the fine things in life, the restaurant Fabro awaits, where you should make a reservation and you can moor on the restaurant’s dock. The service team of Fabro will gladly set up a table for you on the dock, directly in front of your yacht. The gourmet restaurant awaits with a rich menu and fine wines.


On the seventh day of your extraordinary journey, you go through the enchanting archipelago of Šibenik. Past Šibenik you go through the Šibenik channel and up the Krka river to Skradin, located in the inland. It is very popular among the international jet set, so many super yachts are anchored here during the summer months. If you make a reservation, you can moor your yacht directly on the town dock and the vibrant promenade. For those who like it a bit quieter, directly on the opposite side and within walking distance, an ACI Marina is located. Take a walk in the early evening hours through the beautiful old town with its nice small boutiques and delicacy shops, which offer exquisite specialties of the region. Regular excursions with excursion boats are organised from the town port to Krka Waterfalls.