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Korčula Flotilla

Itineraries and Maps

Korčula - 7 days

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Arrive early and relax as you admire the Pearl of the Adriatic, the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik Old Town, just a 10-minute bus or taxi ride from our base near the mouth of the Ombla River. Walk between palaces, citadels and churches and feel the history of this ancient town, from its time as a vital trading port, through the War of Independence, to its modern renaissance as a bustling hub of marble streets full of restaurants, cafés and shops.

Dubrovnik to Suđurađ, Šipan

From Dubrovnik’s picturesque harbour, set sail 10nm up the coast to explore some of the best crystalline waters and vineyards the Adriatic has to offer. Cruise north up the Kolocepski Channel towards the lush island of Šipan. Glide along the coast, and drop anchor to wander on Lopud Island’s white sand beaches or citrus groves before mooring in Suđurađ. After sailing, discover the storied past of the island’s 16th century watchtower built to protect the town from marauding pirates.

Suđurađ to Pomena, Mljet Island

Set sail from Sudurad and turn northwest along the coast of Mljet. A few hours of sailing takes you to the northern tip of the Mljet National Park and the quaint fishing village of Pomena. The Malo Jezero salt water lakes are just a brief 15-minute walk away, so take the opportunity to swim in its soothing waters or hire a kayak and visit the stunning 12th century monastery located on a small islet in the Veliko Jezero.

Pomena to Lumbarda, Korčula Island

A short hop from Pomena, this 12nm leg ends up in the quiet fishing village of Lumbarda, on the craggy east coast of Korčula island, reputed birthplace of Marco Polo. The well-stocked private marina is a great place to freshen up and top up your water tanks and provisions. Stop along the way for swimming and snorkelling on the island of Badija, and to explore a 14th century Franciscan monastery.

Free Sailing

Today is your day to explore the Dalmatian Coast your own way. Indulge your curiosity and set your own schedule, heading out independently or in small groups with your new friends. Pop around the headland and visit bustling Korčula Town by bus or yacht, explore the medieval Old Town and watch a traditional sword dance. Climb the bell tower for views that stretch for miles around.

Ston, Pelješac

Spend the penultimate day of your holiday cruising to the coastal town of Ston, perched on the Pelješac peninsula, where you’ll meet up with the rest of the fleet. Climb up the 14th-century walls that run across the hillside over to Mali Ston – you’ll get amazing views across Ston and the Peljesac Peninsula, including the traditional salt pans and oyster farms still in use today. The wall is the second-longest defensive wall in the world, bettered only by the really big one in China.

Ston to Dubrovnik

Set out from Ston for the final leg of your flotilla, a 22nm voyage back to ACI Dubrovnik. The journey back will begin with a flotilla regatta, a little friendly competition to test your racing skills. Once you’ve arrived, one of our technicians will join you on board to go through any technical glitches, before the gin and tonic party and prize giving end the week on a high note.