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Carol Kent leaning on a cannon at a fortress in Croatia overlooking the sea

Croatia: 45 Years of UNESCO

From the Croatian Tourist Board: Announcing the 45th anniversary of the inclusion of Dubrovnik’s Old City, the Historic Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian, and Plitvice Lakes National Park in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Join us as we celebrate the enduring legacy and universal value of these iconic destinations.

View from the Spanish Fortress in Hvar town, Croatia

Free One-Way Catamarans ~ Split to Dubrovnik 2023

We have special offerings for these sailing catamarans in Croatia and we know they’ll go quickly…and the best part is that these catamarans are available for charter that offer this route free of charge except for the moorings in Marina Dubrovnik.   

Trogir, Croatia esplanade with palm trees, buildings and boats

Dubrovnik to Split One-Way Itinerary

One of the most popular yachting routes is beginning in Dubrovnik to Split! You will enjoy this itinerary since it includes the majority of South and Middle Dalmatian islands and allows you to see the most popular Croatian destinations.


Genoa Italy Luxury Yacht Charter Show

Genoa’s luxury yacht charter show, in its 28th year, displays motor and sailing yachts for inspection by a select group of charter professionals from MYBA (Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association), an elite European organization for yacht industry professionals. I will be inspecting a variety of charter yachts May 2-5  that will be cruising Spain, France, Italy, […]