Croatian coast - Southern Route.
Suggested 12 days itinerary

Monday - Embark in Split and set sail for a lunchtime anchorage and swim stop in a bay on the west coast of the island of Brac. In the afternoon, sail to the Pakleni Islands for our overnight mooring in Palmizana. A fabulous restaurant specialising in local seafood overlooking the Adriatic sea awaits you this evening.
Tuesday - A long sail today taking us to the island of Lastovo. Once the home of the submarine fleet of the Yugoslav navy, this island is now open to visitors. We moor for the night in a sheltered bay at Skrivena Luka.
Wednesday - Leaving Lastovo, sailing east our destination today is the wooded island of Mljet. Parts of this island are designated as a national park and there are pleasant walks from the anchorage at Polace. After a swim in the beautiful archipelago opposite the village we spend the night here in Polace.
Thursday - Passing down the narrow channel towards the south of the island our destination today is Dubrovnik. A Unesco world heritage site, Dubrovnik is probably the best known walled city in the Mediterranean. From our mooring it is a short bus or taxi ride into the old town for dinner in one of the beautiful squares of this ancient city.
Friday - This morning we have plenty of time to spend an extra couple of hours in the old town, possibly to walk the city walls, before setting sail for the entrance of the Ston canal. We moor overnight at Kobas where we can dine on Ston oysters and the catch of the day.
Saturday -Leaving Kobas we head north west again passing the vineyards of the Peljesac peninsula to the island of Korcula. After a swim stop we will aim to be in port under the town walls of Korcula old town in time for you to explore and find your ideal restaurant for the evening. Korcula was the birth place of Marco Polo when the area was ruled by the Venetians.
Sunday - Leaving Korcula we head for the small island of Šcedro. Just a few miles from the coast of Hvar island. Šcedro is a tiny place with a couple of anchorages and restaurants ashore.
Monday - From Šcedro, we sail to the island of Vis. Once again, this was a military island and the location of Tito’s villa, but is now open to visitors and has a hidden British influence. It has a cricket pitch in one of the vineyards! The harbour side town is bustling with yachts and a good choice of restaurants on the waterfront.
Tuesday - From Vis we aim to visit Palmizana again for our overnight mooring which is the ideal location to moor for an expedition to the ancient port of Hvar town. The best way to do this is to take the regular ferry boat/taxi from Palmizana into the main harbour just across the channel. Hvar town is the St Tropez of the Dalmatian coast but the harbour is busy and noisy. So, for a quiet nights sleep it’s best to leave your yacht in Palmizana and use the water taxi! Some great café’s and waterside restaurants await you in Hvar.
Wednesday - From the Pakleni islands we sail round Hvar island. Stopping off for a lunchtime swim in the approaches to Starigrad, we plan to moor in the old port in time for you to visit the village later in the afternoon. There is a wonderful museum in the back streets of this lively town and some dangerous cocktails can be enjoyed at the Antik Bar just back from the waterfront.
Thursday - Leaving Starigrad we are close to our final destination but can fit in another swim stop and lunch on the south side of Brac before arriving in Milna for the evening. Milna is a spectacular anchorage once used by Admiral Nelson to anchor his fleet and has one of the few shipyards still able to build and repair the few remaining wooden fishing boats of this region. On the north side of this island is the quarry that provided most of the stone to build the palace in Split and the White House in Washington. A truly international island.
Friday - Milna is the ideal place for us to re-fuel before setting off for lunch and our final sail into Split at the end of the day. There are lots of wonderful restaurants in Split old town to enjoy your last night before leaving your yacht on Saturday morning at the end of your Croatian sailing adventure.
Saturday Morning - departure from your yacht.

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