Cruise Croatia launches new Dubrovnik sailing

Cruise Croatia has announced a new seven-night ‘Opatija to Dubrovnik Deluxe Balcony Cruise’ as part of its 2024 small-ship cruise programme. 

The specialist small-ship cruise operator will offer four departure dates, between June and September, on the 36-guest MS My Wish.

The itinerary is on sale now, sailing to or from the lesser-known port of Opatija to Dubrovnik.

The Croatia cruise links four archipelagos, through the untouched Kvarner and Kornati Islands, which make up the Northern Dalmatian coast, and the more popular Pakleni and Elaphiti Islands.

Scheduled port calls include the iconic cities of Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik.

Island hopping takes in Hvar and Korcula.

All excursions are included, such as the waterfalls of Krka National Park and wine tasting at an underground family winery in Hvar.

The My Wish yacht, launched in 2020 and offers deluxe accommodation in 18 ensuite guest cabins, many of which feature their own private balconies.

The Croatia cruise vessel has a top-deck hot tub, spacious sundeck and a swimming platform.

All itineraries include luxury transfers, breakfast, three-course lunches and select dinners.

Along with a programme of guided tours and visits, there are daily swim stops, complimentary water sports and onboard lectures.

Graham Carter, Chief Commercial Officer, said: “This itinerary promises an intimate adventure of the spectacular Dalmatian coast.”

“It gives access to an untouched part of the Croatian coast, which we are keen to introduce our guests to.”

Cruise Croatia is offering a total of 144 luxury Croatia cruises across 10 itineraries in 2024.

Opatija to Dubrovnik is one of four new routes.

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