Combination of Culture and Nature
Total sailing distance 150-160 Nm
Day 1: Split (Nava marina) – Maslinica (15 Nm) or Drvenik (16 Nm)
Maslinica - island of Solta; this small village with one of the most breathtaking sunsets is located on the west side of Solta. Archipelago of seven small islands (Polebrnjak, Saskinja, Stipanska, Kamik, Balkun, Sarac and Grmej) is just one of many things that make Maslinica one of the most beautiful places on the Adriatic coast. Restoration of the castle into a hotel and the construction of a nautical marina are turning this village little by little into the tourist center of the island that greets more and more guests each year. Apart from Maslinica, the boaters find the neighbouring bay, Sesula, with its safe anchorage and unique gastronomical experience very attractive. During the year, Maslinica has about 200 permanent residents, but during the summer the number grows, and its accommodation’s capacity is about 400 guests.
Recommended restaurants: Sakajet, Martinis Marchi
Berthing possibilities: Marina Martinis Marchi
Bay Sesula; anchor can be dropped in the middle of the bay at a depth of 8 metres. Since the bottom does not hold anchor firmly enough, it is necessary to additionally tie the stern to the mainland with ropes.
Day 2: Maslinica or Drvenik (5 Nm) – Sibenik (30 Nm) / Skradin (32 Nm)
Skradin - Krka waterfalls - Skradin
is simply magical in its each and every detail.
In the loud morning silence that gets under your skin and the stentorian traditional folk klapa singing that touches your heart. In the peace and quiet of the Visovac monastery and the burst of water drops of the Skradinski Buk waterfall.
In each moment of enjoyment of food which has skilfully managed to escape both fridges and freezers which would rob it of its natural aromas and has arrived thoroughly fresh at your table.
Such is Skradin, small, picturesque and filled with flavour, found at a point where the river passionately embraces the sea.
Such is Skradin, at the border of reality and fantasy.
Such is Skradin, perfect, both in past and present.
Recommended restaurant: Konoba Dalmatino
Berthing possibilities: ACI marina Skradin
„Konoba Vidrovaca jetty“; Jetty in Skradin - (only for guests of konoba Vidrovaca) Jetty is 40 m long, depth is 2 m (inside) and around 6 m at the end.
Day 3: Skradin – Zirje (20 Nm)
Day 4: Zirje – Kornat (10 Nm) – Telascica (20 Nm)
Kornati islands - National Park - it is often mentioned as "nautical paradise" in tourist publications. And really, in "slalom" sailing through the 89 unforgettable islands, islets and reefs in the Kornati National Park, you will test all of your nautical skills, particularly if the weather puts in some effort... You'll need a valid ticket to sail through the National Park. The islands were made a national park in 1980.The Kornati archipelago, as a separate and special island group located between Sibenik and Zadar islands, covers the area of about 320 km2 and includes about 150 land units, located either permanently or frequently above the sea. The archipelago makes 12% of all the islands in the Croatian Adriatic – 1264 islands, 67 of them inhabited. It has been long attracting the attention of yachtsmen, divers, mountaineers and other nature lovers. From Balabra to Samograd, distance of 35 km or 19 nautical miles (between Dugi otok (Long Island) and Zirje islets), and from Mana to Gangarol, distance of 13 km or 7 nautical miles (between the open sea and Pasman, Vrgada and Murter) there are four island chains in two groups. One of them is the Gornji (Upper) Kornati – Sit and Zut island chains with 51 land unit, and the other one is the Donji (Lower) Kornati with 98 land units.
Restaurants: on island Zakan - Ravni Zakan; on island Kornat: Ante’s in Vrulje, Opat in Opat cove, Mare’s at Katina
- Lojena Anchorage on the island Levrnaka
- Restaurant Mare on island Katina, restaurant has jetty with electricity and water
Day 5: Telascica- Kornat – Primosten (33 Nm) / Rogoznica (38 Nm)
Day 6: Primosten / Rogoznica – Trogir (20 Nm / 15 Nm)
Trogir - ancient city - a town which today is on the UNESCO list of the World Cultural Heritage as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe, offers a lot of sights that are worth visiting, such as: the Cathedral of Saint Lawrence with its remarkable portal by Master Radovan, the Kamerlengo Fortress, the Town Gate, the Cipiko Palace, the Town Hall, the Church of Saint Nicholas, the city museum, the picture gallery and the ‘Kairos’ art collection.
Restaurants: Alka, Kamerlengo
Day 7: Trogir – Split (Nava marina) (12 Nm) - use the opportunity to take a guided tour or at least a stroll through stone streets of an ancient palace that transformed into a city - Split's city core is also inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Here is a map to help you get a better idea of the distances and relations between destinations. PLEASE NOTE that this is just an informative itinerary suggestion and we advise you plan the exact route according to official navigational maps where you will find the information necessary for safe navigation (issued by Hrvatski hidrografski institut - Hydrographic Institute of the Republic of Croatia). You can find them aboard every one of our vessels.