Explore Croatia & the Dalmatian Coast

Inclusive Tour with Ann, Pat, and Robyn. Enjoy this unforgettable experience aboard a 36 passenger luxury yacht with 3 nights in Zagreb

Book by Dec 01, 2019


Our all-inclusive tours are designed to immerse our guests in local experiences, epic sightseeing, quality shows, and tremendous dining. Having fun isn't hard when you can leave your wallet behind. So come with Ann, Pat, and Robyn and you will find every tour with us has a great story to tell.


Croatia's history, culture, and natural beauty comes to life over this extraordinary 11-day tour, taking you from the highlights of the Dalmatian coast to the country's bustling and colourful capital—Zagreb.

June 28 - July 9, 2020 | 11 Day


Cruising the clear blue waters of the Adriatic on-board the elegant MS Swallow, you'll encounter Croatia's Roman heritage in Dubrovnik, Split, and Šibenik! Experience the beauty of its islands on Brač, Hvar, and Trogir, and marvel at the architectural triumphs of Zagreb—one of the greatest heritage cities of the eastern Adriatic.



• Pre-night stay in Toronto or $100 transportation credit
• Roundtrip international airfare from Toronto
• Private transportation in deluxe bus
• Gratuities
• 19 meals; 10 breakfasts, 6 lunches, and 3 dinners
• All sightseeing, entrance fees, and tours as indicated in the itinerary



Category B - $5520 CAD PP

Category A - $5945 CAD PP

Category A+ - $6270 CAD PP


Deposit: $500 pp

Air deposit: $1500 pp

Final payment: December 10, 2019



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Day 1—June 28

Depart Toronto
Today we meet in Toronto for our flight to Zagreb.

Day 2—June 29

Arrive in Zagreb
Welcome to Zagreb; Croatia’s lively capital. Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to the hotel. (D)

Day 3—June 30

Today you will have an included guided tour of Zagreb. The tour will take you to the area’s main landmarks such as the Archbishop’s Palace, Opera House, and Cathedral of St. Mark’s. (B)

Day 4—July 1

Spend today at your leisure. The tour director will be on hand to help you plan your day. (B)

Day 5—July 2

Zagreb to Trogir
Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, Trogir is home to a number of fascinating historic sights. Board the MS Swallow, where a warm welcome awaits you from the captain and crew. (B/D)

Day 6—July 3

Trogir to Šibenik
Start your day with a guided tour of Trogir. Its small, historic town centre resembles that of an outdoor museum, and medieval streets boast magnificent Romanesque churches, as well as beautiful examples of Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Later, sail towards one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic Coast, Šibenik, for a guided tour. Boasting fantastic monuments, dating back to Venetian times, like that of the marble Cathedral of St. James, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (B/L)

Day 7—July 4

Skradin to Split
Charming Skradin is one of the oldest towns in Croatia, having begun to write its history six millenia ago. Today we will be travelling slightly further afield to Krka National Park. This iconic spot is known for its waterfalls and gorges, where a series of postcard-worthy cascades are dotted with swimming spots. Be sure to bring your swimwear to really enjoy this beautiful slice of nature. After the tour, return to your yacht for an afternoon cruising to Split. Once you arrive, enjoy a guided tour of the largest city on the Adriatic coast, boasting a fantastic contrast of ancient and modern architecture. (B/L)

Day 8—July 5

Pucišca to Hvar
Pucišca is a traditional coastal town. Strolling through the streets you will see how it has retained a lot of its traditional Mediterranean characteristics. Today you will have the opportunity to visit a local stonemasonry school. Brac was built on this impressive trade and the sculptures that are produced in Pucišca are highly regarded, carved using techniques that have been passed from generation to generation. In the afternoon, sail towards Hvar for a guided tour. With its picturesque lavender fields and cultivated vineyards, the island is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world. (B/L)

Day 9—July 6

Hvar to Korcula
Also known as "Little Dubrovnik", the island of Korcula is a flurry of medieval architecture and dense woodland. Begin your day with a guided tour of the town, exploring sights of red-roofed houses, quiet coves, and sandy beaches. The traditional performances and ceremonies that Korcula is famous for will be sure to delight. (B/L)

Day 10—July 7

Korcula, Miljet & Slano
Today, you will sail to the picturesque isle of Mljet. Enjoy the pristine beauty of this untouched gem as you explore independently. Alternatively, take a guided tour of Mljet National Park (extra expense). In the afternoon, return to the comfort of your luxury yacht to sail further on the Adriatic coast of Slano, a village famous for its viniculture and Ston, a city that is known as the gatekeeper of the Pelješac peninsula's wine empire. Enjoy an included guided tour followed by a wine tasting session. (B/L/D)

Day 11—July 8

Slano to Dubrovnik
In the morning, cruise to Dubrovnik and witness the beauty of its Old Town, its charm lying on its white limestone streets, Baroque buildings and ancient city walls. A UNESCO World Heritage site, known as 'the pearl of the Adriatic', it is sure to amaze you. (B/L)

Day 12—July 9

Depart Dubrovnik
After breakfast, it’s time to say farewell to your fellow passengers as we transfer to the Dubrovnik airport for your flight home. (B)

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Itinerary/details are subject to change upon finalization from Emerald Waterways. Space is limited.


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