Vintage Cruise • Istria & Dalmatia • from 2nd to 9th of July 2016


2nd -9th of July 2016


Get out your pvc oilskin jacket and striped t-shirt, and get rid of all your electronic devices!

Come on board and enjoy a vintage cruise together with our sail teachers!

PRICE : 900.000 LIRE (450€)

Included in the price: accommodation in double cabin, skypper Oltre Mare

Not included in the price: pantry, fuel, port expenses, membership card and anything else that is not within the “included in the price” list.

INFO & BOOKING : • +39 800 19 53 53




Istrian Coast is dominated by hills, green pine forests which alternate with cultivated fields. It’s in this landscape that wonderful bays and natural harbours take shape, down to Archipelago of Brioni Islands, one of the hundreds national parks in Croatia, in front of the city of Pula.

From North to South you’ll find plenty of fascinating places: Umag, Novigrad (which means “New City”), Porec, Rovinj and Pula, just to mention the most famous, all dominated by their typical bell towers in Venetian style.

The Northern Dalmatia spans from Zadar to Sibenik, and it’s a real paradise made up of vast as well as small islands, navigable rivers and inland lakes, villages with Venetian architecture, wide natural bays where you’ll be surrounded by untouched nature and absolute peace. Here the landscape is unique; the coast has a circular shape, while the almost complete absence of vegetation makes this place look similar to the Moon!

Here are some of the places that are worth mentioning: The Island of Dugi Otok (“Long Island”), the biggest in the Archipelago of Zadar with its natural Park of Telascica and Sali, a beautiful fisherman village; the National Park of Kornati Islands, where you can visit Piskera, Ravni Zakan and Zlarin Island; Sibenik and Krka River, with their peculiar landscape ranging from breath-taking canyons to astonishing cliffs, Krka Natural Park and its famous waterfalls down to Skradin; Pasman Island, a really peaceful oasis, and Rava Island, where you can enjoy a little fisherman village called Mala Rava.


The term “Central Dalmatia” is used to mean coasts and islands all around Split, full of Roman ruins and the Temple of Diocletian. This part of Croatia is a blend of wonderful isolated beaches with crystal clear seawater and an energetic nightlife of pubs and cafés you can find along the coast as well as on the islands.

As soon as you leave the port we suggest to first visit Drvenik Island, sailing through Solta Island, Brac Island (with its well-known Bol Beach, one of the most photographed beaches in the world!), the extraordinary and very long Island of Hvar (with Stari Grad, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean villages in Dalmatia), Pakleni Islands (Spalmadori) and Palmizana and their luxurious beauty. You can then reach Vis Island, one of the 10 most beautiful islands of the Mediterranean Sea; Biševo Island and Komiža (the Blue Cave).



This is the most southern part of the Croatian coast, ending with the astonishing Venetian Dubrovnik, a city full of life and attractions. Also noteworthy are: the wonderful Park of Milijet and its coast, the deep and quiet bays of Lastovo and the charming Korcula. You are simply spoilt for choice!

BOOKING : • +39 800 19 53 53