Croatia Greece and the islands Turkey Yachts Travelling to and around Croatia, Greece and Turkey
 
Croatia
Tours and Activities
Transfer Dubrovnik-Montenegro M

Split
Is the economic and administrative center of Middle Dalmatia, with about 200,000 inhabitants. It is also the jumping-off point for exploration of the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic. The site was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here. The importance of Diocletian's Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the buildings of succeeding historical periods built within its walls, which today form the very heart of old Split. Split's growth became particularly rapid in the 7th century, when the inhabitants of the destroyed Greek and Roman metropolis Salonae (present-day Solin) took refuge within its walls. The lovely ruins of Solin outside the city can still be explored today. In the Middle Ages, Split was an autonomous commune. Many of Split's historical and cultural buildings can be found within the walls of Diocletian's Palace. In addition, numerous museums, the National Theatre, and old churches and other archeological sites in the Split region make it an important cultural attraction. Split is a busy port, with an international airport and regular ferry services with the nearby islands, the north and south Adriatic, Italy and Greece. The merchant and passenger ships of the Split shipyards may be encountered in almost all the seas of the world. In addition, the city has large chemical works, metallurgy plants, and workshops for the production of solar cells. The fertile fields around Split represent a good base for agriculture, while cultural monuments, superb landscapes and unparalleled seascapes make it a tourist's wonderland. Split is also a university seat and host to numerous scientific institutions.
ISLAND VIS
The beauty of limpid waters and protected submarine world rich with sunken ships and magic marine images that has been hidden for years. Relax on secluded beaches of numerous peaceful bays, in transparent blue sea and under the hot sun of Vis. Spend your time in historic ambience of mediaeval cities of Vis and Komiža that echo the voices of a cappella singers and treat your soul with visits to Archaeological Museum and Museum of Fisheries. Sail out with us to nameless bays, to Biševo, to the Blue Cave, the gam of the Adriatic, famous for its unique iridescent reflection of shades of blue and silver that delight the visitors
HVAR
The access to Hvar implies the point from which we have reached it. From the sea, we get the sight of a waterfront promenade strip bordered with a row of palm trees and seven centuries old walls, overtopped by the fortresses protecting Hvar, extending downwards to the town and to the Venetian loggia. Coming from the central part of the island or using the road from the ferry harbour we arrive at the magnificent Piazza, a square generally considered the most beautiful of the kind in Dalmatia, dominated by St. Stephen's Cathedral and bordered by the palaces of Groda and by the cascading stone-built houses of Burag. But, no matter from which point this town is approached, Hvar straightway presents itself as a monument. Centuries have ground its stone, epochs, above all renaissances, have shaped its appearance. Monuments within monuments, monuments on monuments. Hvar is a jewel hidden by the time. Yet, the presentation of Hvar is not defined by itsmonuments only. It should include its harbourspreading towards the sea and the islands called Pakleni Otoci, its hotels, apartments, its unmatched climate having healing properties, its restaurants and cafes, all reflecting the glossy spirit of an exquisite resort area for almost a century and a half Hvar displays with pride the oldest municipal theatre in Europe. Hvar has been built through time by notable domestic and foreign architects. Hvar has been celebrated in verses. Hvar has been painted by the painters. But Hvar itself is the best narrator of its own story. It is enough to come and see for oneself. That way we shall touch a piece of the legend. Its natural landscapes are probably the most magnificent and impressive image of Hvar. The mild Mediterranean Sun shining almost three thousand hours per year, the clear night skies with stars as on one's palm, the azure sea generously revealing the treasurers of the Neptune's underwater gardens, opiate fragrances of rosemary, heather and garden-sage or the song of cicadae at noon, these are the impressions that remain longest in our experience of Hvar.
In such ambiance, as if painted after the mythic Arcadia, a group of islets off the town of Hvar - the Paklinski Otoci - make place of exceptional value for all those apt to feel and experience the primordial elements of the landscapes of Hvar. In the same way, the hidden bays of the northern and southern coast of the island (Milna, Dubovica, Pišćena, Vira, Pribinja and many more, inhabited and uninhabited) make the highlights of its genuine atmosphere and smells.
MLJET ISLAND Mljet is one of the woodiest and greenest islands on the Adriatic. According to some, it is also one of the prettiest. In the port of Polace, there are remains of a magnificent 2nd Century fortified Roman summer residence. Due to the island's relative isolation from the mainland, most of the architecture is very similar to what it was a few hundred years ago - beautiful stone houses still dominate the island. For its exceptional natural beauties, western part of Mljet was proclaimed the National Park.
BRAC ISLAND
BRAC, the largest island of the central Dalmatian group of islands, the third largest among the Adriatic islands; area 394.57 sq km; population 13,824. It is separated from the mainland by the Brac Channel, from the island of Solta by the so-called Splitska Vrata (Split Gate) and from the island of Hvar by the Hvar Channel. The highest peak of the island, Vidova Gora (Vitus' Mount) (778 m), is also the highest peak of all Croatian islands.

 
 
 
 
Motor YachtsSailing YachtsTraditional Motor Sailor/Gulet
 
 
 
 

Sailing Yacht Benetau/Jenneau  - Split

 


 

Builder: Beneteau
Disagner: Farr Yacht Design
Year: 2004
Length: 57'
Beam: 16'
Draft: 11'
Cruise Speed:
8 Knots, 10 Knots max

Engines:
Yanmar 4LHAHTP DIESEL 118KW (160HP)
Generators:
Onan 10 kw
Fuel capacity: 600 lt
Fresh water: 1000 lt

Cabin Amenities:
TV, DVD and CD player
Inflatables:
3,40 m Valiant with jockey console
25 HP Yamaha outboard motor
Water Sport Amenities:

Available:

1st April - 31st October

Details: 

Guest: 6, Crew: 1-2, L.O.A.: 57'

Cabins

3
1 Master Cabin
2 Double Cabins

Bathtubs Internet Access 

 

 
 

Sailing Yacht MAGISTRAL  - Split

 


 

Builder: Cammenga/JFA
Designer:
W. DE VRIES LENSCH/2001 ANDREW WINCH
Interior Architect: A. Winch, UK

Year: 1972, refi 2001
Construction:
Siemens Martin Marine Steel
Teak decks

Length: 120'
Beam: 26'
Draft: 11'
Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
Fuel Consumption:
For Main Engine: 200 lt/hr
Engines:
1 x 600 HP MAN

Generators:
2 x 20 kW

Displacement: 143 metric tons

Cabin Amenities:
TV (plasma screens)
Videos & DVD
Stereo Music Systems
Inflatables:
15' Novamarine 85 HP engine
Water Sport Amenities:
Jetski, Surf jet
Laser Sailing Dinghy-s

Available:

1st April - 31st October

Details: 

Guest: 8, Crew: 5
L.O.A.: 120'

Cabins

4
4 Staterooms

Air Conditioning Television Internet Access 

 

 
 

Sailing Yacht MIRABELLA III  - Split

 


 

Builder: Concorde Yachts
Designer: Bruce Farr
Year: 1994
Construction:
Length: 136'
Beam: 30'
Draft: 13'
Cruise Speed: 12 Knots
Engines: Lugger 550 HP
Generators:
Displacement: 45 metric tons

Cabin Amenities:
TV, Video, Stereos
Special Deck Equipment or Toys:
Dive Compressor
and 6 sets equipment
Swim Platform
Inflatables:
18’ Custom tender 255 HP inboard
12’ Yamaha 700cc Waverunner
Water Sport Amenities:
Laser
Windsurfer
Waterskis, mono ski
Two man doughnut
one man doughnut
Five man Banana
Wakeboard
Bongo Trampoline
Kneeboard
Ocean Kayak
Snorkel Equipment


Available:

1st April - 31st October

Details: 

Guest: 10, Crew: 7
L.O.A.: 136'

Cabins

5
2 Double Master
2 Guest Cabins
1 Twin

Air Conditioning Television 

 

 
 

Sailing Yacht PEARL FUGUE  - Split

 


 

Builder: Chantier C.I.M
Designer:
Sparkman & Stephens

Interior Designer:
Studio Garroni Associati

Year: 1991, refit 2000
Construction: GRP
Length: 98'
Beam: 21'
Draft: 10'
Cruise Speed: 9 Knots
Sail area:
334 m2 with plus Asymmetrical spinnaker

Fuel Consumption:
For Main Engine: 50 lt/hr
Engines:
Caterpillar V8 Turbo diesel 300 HP

Generators:
2 x Onan 25kW / 220V - 50Hz


Cabin Amenities:
Video & DVD
Rad/CD player in each cabin
TV, DVD and CD player
in the Salon
CD player in the cockpit
Inflatables:
Tender with 50 HP outboard
Water Sport Amenities:
Sea Kayak, Windsurfer
Kneeboard, Water skis
Snorkeling & Fishing gear

Available:

1st April - 31st October

Details: 

Guest: 8, Crew: 4
L.O.A.: 98'

Cabins

4
4 Double State Rooms

Air Conditioning Television 

 

 
 

Sailing Yacht SAPPHIRE  - Dubrovnik

 


 

Builder: Holland Jachtbouw BV
Designer: Andre Hoek
Year: 1996
Construction:
Length: 100'
Beam: 22'
Draft: 11'
Cruise Speed: 11 Knots
Engines: Deutz 386 HP
Generators: 2

Cabin Amenities:
Inflatables:
15' Nautica dinghy 80 HP
Smaller inflatable dinghy
Water Sport Amenities:
Water Skis
Windsurfer
Snorkeling gear
Fishing tackle


Available:

1st April - 31st October

Details: 

Guest: 8, Crew: 3
L.O.A.: 85'

Cabins

4
3 Dbls, 1 Twin

Air Conditioning Internet Access 

 

 
 

Sailing Yacht SINBADSAN   - Split

 


 

Builder:
Designer: Scorpion 72
Year: 2004, refit in 2006
Construction:
Hull material: GRP
Deck material: Teak

Length: 75'
Beam: 17'
Draft: 7'
Cruise Speed: 9 Knots
Sails : 4
Engines: Perkins 1 x 200 HP
Generators: 12 kw ONAN
Displacement: 40 metric tons

Cabin Amenities:
Music & TV set, CD and DVD library
Inflatables:
Dinghy 3.50 outboard 25 HP Yamaha
Water Sport Amenities:
Windsurfer, Canoe
Snorkeling & Fishing gear

Available:

1st April - 31st October

Details: 

Guest: 8 , Crew: 3
L.O.A.: 75'

Cabins

4
2 Double Cabins
2 Twin Cabins

 

 

Croatia Mainland Greece and the Islands Turkey Yachts and cruises inTurkey and Greece Flights, cars rentals and ferries in Turkey and Greece Get in touch About Medcollection