“Dalmatia Islands”

1. Kremik marina

The starting point for the trip is the Kremik marina south of Primosten with its more than 500 berths. The marina is reached after a half hour drive from the airport. On the way there are a few bigger supermarkets for shopping, which you should use, because not everything can be obtained in the marina.

If nothing keeps you in the marina on the first evening, you can reach Primosten after 3 NM in northern direction or Rogoznica after 5 NM in southern direction and here start your sailing holiday in one of the restaurants.

2. Solta (Maslinica): 21 NM

After the first night on board, today’s destination is Maslinica, on the northern tip of the island of Solta. On the way to Maslinica you sail past the islands Otok Drvenik Mali and Veli through the 7 offshore islands to your day destination. In Maslinica you can either use one of the 50 berths in the marina or anchor in the Sesula bay. The island of Solta, like many of the islands, has been inhabited since the Bronze Age and there are many historical testimonies from different eras. In Maslinica there is the Martinis Marchi Castle, which has been converted into a luxury hotel.

3. Trogir: 11 NM

A short day trip takes you to Trogir, whose entire old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The marinas ACI and SCT are located exactly opposite the historic old town. Just cross the bascule bridge and immerse yourself in another world. Winding alleys, buildings such as the St. Laurentius Cathedral or the Kamerlengo fortress invite you to visit them. If you happen to be familiar with some buildings from a western, it is because “Winnetou” was shot here. The innumerable cafés and restaurants in the city or on the promenade provide new energy for further discoveries. So get up early, Trogir will thank you with unique impressions.

4. Brac (Milna): 22 NM

From Trogir you sail out again to the islands of Dalmatia, with the destination Brac and the Milna marina. Brac is the largest island in Dalmatia and the third largest in the Adriatic.

If you would like to visit more unique cultural monuments of Croatia after Trogir, a visit to the monastery complex Eremitage Blaca is a good idea. It is located about 10 km inland. The monastery served as an observatory for the Father and hobby astronomer Nikola Milicevic. In honour of his discoveries two asteroids were named “Nikola Milicevic” and “Brac”.

5. Vis (Komiza): 33 NM

A new sailing day leads you to the “Gibraltar of the Adriatic”. Due to its location Vis was a long military restricted area and was only reopened to the outside in 1995. The destination on Vis is Komiza. From Komiza the cave, from which Tito is said to have organised the fight against the German occupiers during the Second World War, can be reached on foot. Not far from this place is Mount Hum, 587 m high. From there you have a wonderful view over the Adriatic Sea. After this hike you can enjoy a cooling off at Novo Posta beach even more.

6. Hvar (Stari Grad): 35 NM

From the westernmost point of the cruise you sail around the south coast of Vis to the last point of our trip to Hvar in the port of Stari Grad. On the south coast of Vis lies the island of Veli Budikovac, where the shallow blue water between islands invites you to a morning bathing stop. Stari Grad offers a colorful programme that can fill the afternoon. After a week on the water, a visit to the Vinarija winery Braća Plančić can contribute to increasing your knowledge on Croatian wines. Those who love swimming should go to Brizenica Bay beach, which is located in the northern part, not far from the marina. Those who have been enthusiastic about the historical buildings on this trip should definitely visit Petar’s residence Hektorović in the city.

7. Kremik marina: 46 NM

The time has come to say goodbye to the beautiful island world of Central Dalmatia and the Kremik marina is being visited again. After leaving Stari Grad and the bay the island of Brac is in sight again. For the ambitious sailor, the Golden Horn, the landmark of Dalmatia, is 6 nm away in a north-easterly direction at the southern tip of Brac. This is a promontory of pebbles, which changes its appearance depending on the current. After a short stop, you should now set sail to reach Kremik on time. Heading north, you will pass Solta and the Drvenik Islands until the mainland is in sight again at starboard. Now it is still 12 nm until you have reached Primosten again and can let the trip end.

8. Goodbye

After the last night on the ship the trip is over after a breakfast. You leave the ship around 9 o’clock and start, hopefully well recovered, into your everyday life.


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