Suggested 7 days sailing route North
It is always easier if you plan your route in advance, and organize your week. In high season you can maybe have problems with booking berths in marinas, so better to be prepared.
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The routes are just a guide to make the charter week more comfortable and to give you some ideas and suggestion where to go and make the best possible out of your holiday.
North route 1 - Split to Split
- DAY 1: SPLIT, ACI MARINA - PRIMOSTEN 25 NM
Primošten is a town situated on a small island which is connected to the mainland, located between Split and Šibenik. It is characterized by it's interesting and picturesque architecture, clear blue sea and long beautiful beaches that spread over 20 kilometers, which makes it easy to find hidden spots for anyone who is looking for some privacy and relaxation near Adriatic sea.
- DAY 2: PRIMOSTEN - SKRADIN 18 NM
Skradin is one of the oldest Croatian towns, located just 15 kilometers from Šibenik along the river Krka, just where the river meets Adriatic sea. This attractive tourist location offers an entrence to the Krka National Park, where visitors can enjoy the views of marvelous waterfalls Skradin, Roski waterfalls and small picturesque Franciscan island Visovac. Charming little town Skradin has one of the most beautiful marinas in Croatia, and beaches alongside the river or on the very spot where the river meets sea.
- DAY 3: SKRADIN – MURTER 24 NM
Murter is a little island near Šibenik, connected to the mainland by bridge, and it is known as the entrance to the Kornati National Park, a group of isles scattered through the sea like pearls. Murter is a perfect place to have a relaxing holiday, enjoy calming nature and wonders of the Adriatic sea. The must see of this little charming island is a Tureta fortress, from where you can enjoy the scenic view of the Kornati National Park.
- DAY 4: MURTER – PISKERA (KORNATI) 18 NM
The Island of Piškera is one of the many islets of the Kornati islands, which are protected and conserved as the Kornati National Park. There are no inhabitants, only signs of civilization on this islet is a little, peaceful and protected marina between islets Piškera and Panitula Vela. Surrounded by many little islands, Piškera offers breathtaking views of uninhabited nature and many surprises for anyone seeking maritime adventures.
- DAY 5: PISKERA (KORNATI) – KAPRIJE 18 NM
Kaprije is a little island located in the Šibenik archipelago, that the people of Šibenik used as a shelter from attacks from the Turks in 16th and 17th cenuries. The village Kaprije is situated in the bay of Luka sv. Petra, and contains many other smaller bays. The small, Dalmatian style village of Kaprije is surrounded by the hills that offer breathtaking views of the Šibenik archipelago.
- DAY 6: KAPRIJE – MASLINICA (SOLTA) 28 NM
Maslinica is the only port on the west side of the Island of Šolta. Due to the pine tree forests, numerous islets that make the archipelago in front of the Maslenica, it is one of the most breathtaking places in the Adriatic sea. Maslenica was built around the castle which makes this small town a perfect synergy of history, architecture and nature surrounding it, with enchanting views of stone houses.
- DAY 7: MASLINICA (SOLTA) – SPLIT, ACI MARINA 13 NM
Split is the perfect place for you to experience how life in Dalmatia truly is and is just the right balance between tradition and modernity. Split is the home to Diocletian’s Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments) but also has been the host city of Ultra Europe music festival, the biggest electronic music festival in Europe.
- DAY 8: SATURDAY - CHECK OUT
After a great a week of hopping on the islands in Dalmatia, we are happy to welcome you back where the story started. Our staff is waiting for your to do the check-out procedure, and to finish all the paperwork in the office.
Good times come and go, but the memories will last forever!