Join our Dubrovnik, Kotor, Mostar & Croatia Cruise. See the wonders of Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina on this land tour and cruise combination.
Cruise the Adriatic on board the new ship MS My Wish from Split to Rijeka. Launched in 2020 she has spacious cabins furnished to the latest global standards with free wifi. Cabins are equipped with ensuite, A/C, and LCD TV. There is an air conditions Salon, restaurant and bar.
See Roman ruins to charming fishing villages, unique National Parks, beautiful swimming coves, and taste gorgeous and healthy Mediterranean cuisine.
Embarkation of your Dubrovnik, Kotor, Mostar & Croatia Cruise begins at noon,. Enjoy a welcome dinner at the hotel to meet your fellow travelers and guides.
Full day excursion to Montenegro. Enjoy a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks. In the Middle Ages, this natural harbour on the Adriatic coast in Montenegro was an important artistic and commercial centre with its own famous schools of masonry and iconography. A large number of the monuments (including four Romanesque churches and the town walls) were seriously damaged by the 1979 earthquake but the town has been restored.
Walking tour of Dubrovnik. Visit the Rector’s Palace and Franciscan Monastery’s Pharmacy. An important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Damaged again in the 1990s by armed conflict, it is now the focus of a major restoration programme co-ordinated by UNESCO.
Visit Turkish quarter and the reconstructed 16th-century stone bridge. Mostar became a Turkish garrison town in the 16th century. In 1566 the Turks replaced the town’s wooden suspension bridge over the Neretva with a stone arch one. A major rebuilding project was undertaken to restore the bridge and nearby buildings damaged in the Bosnian Civil war; the bridge reopened in 2004. The bridge and the surrounding area were added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2005.
Sightseeing of Hvar old town and a Split city tour; including a visit to Diocletian's Palace. In the town are white-stoned Venetian renaissance buildings full of precious artworks, and you can potter around Hvar’s galleries, boutiques and cafes or marvel at the super-yachts moored in the harbour.
Unspoiled nature, great beaches, a stunning underwater world, interesting history and great local cuisine; Vis offers a little bit for everyone. Captain’s dinner on board.
Visit Kornati National Park and enjoy in the quietness and serenity of the natural sea ambiance and the fresh air. This region is ideal for water sports (sailing, sport-recreational fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling) and for those who enjoy seclusion. Sibenik was a location for the TV series Game of THrones Season 5. Dating back to the 11th century, and you'll find numerous things to do. The beautifully preserved old town is great for wandering and filled with wonderful 15th and 6th century architecture.
Sightseeing tour. The historic old town has pedestrian-only marble streets, which are perfect for exploring the numerous medieval churches and Roman ruins, including the famed Church of St. Donat, built on the site of a former ancient Roman forum. Zadar is also an art destination of sorts with two unique installations — the Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation There are also beautiful beaches where the water is clear and warm.
Dinner at "Kamenjak" restaurant in Rab. The 22 km long island of Rab has a very rich history and is known today as the ‘Happy Island’. It is recognisable by the four Church towers that form its outline. Whilst the northeastern side of the island is mostly barren, the southwestern side is covered by one of the last oak forests of the Mediterranean.
Leave Rab and head to Goli otok to visit a prison camp from the recent war. Sail to Krk, the largest of the Croatian islands
Excursion by bus to Vrbnik. Nearly 20,000 locals call this diverse island home. The main town of Krk reflects much of this historic patchwork, panoramic Vrbnik is a little jewel, Malinska brims with quality gastronomy and the beaches of Baška soak up many of the summer visitor numbers. In the afternoon we cruise to Rijeka.
Disembarkation the Dubrovnik, Kotor, Mostar & Croatia Cruise after breakfast. Passing under the round City Tower, the former main medieval town entrance that gave access to the coast, you enter the center of Rijeka Old Town. Have a coffee at one of the numerous café bars that line the promenade.
Dubrovnik: Lacroma or Argosy
|Start Date||End Date||Ship Name||Double on Main Deck||Double on Lower Deck||Single on Lower Deck|
|Apr-28||May-08||MS My Wish||3,324||2,825||5,120|
|May-12||May-22||MS My Wish||3,494||2,995||5,290|
|May-26||Jun-05||MS My Wish||3,494||2,995||5,290|
|Jun-09||Jun-19||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Jun-23||Jul-03||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Jul-07||Jul-17||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Jul-21||Jul-31||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Aug-04||Aug-14||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Sep-01||Sep-11||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Sep-15||Sep-25||MS My Wish||3,634||3,135||5,430|
|Sep-29||Oct-09||MS My Wish||3,494||2,995||5,290|
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