Peregrine Dalmatia, Cruise Croatia ex Split to Dubrovnik

Cruise Line
Peregrine Adventure Cruising
Ship
Peregrine Dalmatia
Cruise Departs
01 Jun 2019
Cruise Duration
14 Nights
Embark Ship
Split, Croatia
Disembark Ship
Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Cruise Itinerary

DateActivityArriveDepart
01 Jun 2019
Split, Croatia
02 Jun 2019
Trogir, Croatia
02 Jun 2019
Primosten, Croatia
03 Jun 2019
Kornati National Park, Croatia
04 Jun 2019
Zadar, Croatia
05 Jun 2019
Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
06 Jun 2019
Sibenik, Croatia
07 Jun 2019
Split, Croatia
08 Jun 2019
Split, Croatia
09 Jun 2019
Split, Croatia
10 Jun 2019
Hvar, Croatia
11 Jun 2019
Opuzen, Croatia
12 Jun 2019
Opuzen, Croatia
13 Jun 2019
Korcula, Croatia
14 Jun 2019
Dubrovnik, Croatia
15 Jun 2019
Dubrovnik, Croatia

All itineraries and ports of call at the discretion of the cruise line subject to local weather conditions and may change without notice.

14 Night Cruise sailing from Split to Dubrovnik aboard Peregrine Dalmatia.

Spend 15 glorious days exploring the myriad delights of the Dalmatian Coast in this cruise from Split to Dubrovnik. With a mix of photogenic shorelines, ancient cities and European elegance, Croatia is sure to impress even the most jaded traveller. From well-known highlights such as Split’s Old Town to the quiet charm of a winery in small Sibenik village, this trip is the perfect way to see guidebook favourites and little-known treasures alike.

Highlights of this cruise:

Split
Split is not only an urban, cultural and traffic centre of Dalmatia with road and sea connections to Dalmatia’s numerous summer resorts, but it is itself often a popular tourist destination. A city with a 1700-year old tradition, there is a variety of archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, among which is the well-known Palace of Diocletian .

Split has a variety of restaurants and wine cellars, offering domestic specialties. There are many beaches and public beaches in the city and its surroundings, the most popular of them being Bacvice, a sand beach almost in the very heart of the town. The cultural and entertainment offer of Split is extremely rich, particularly in the summer, when the city squares, yards and other areas turn into a large open-air stage. The Split Summer, a traditional festival in the middle of the summer season, includes dramas, operas and concerts.

Split has several theatres, among which the Croatian National Theatre, established in 1893, deserves a special mention as a house hosting theatrical festivals, the Split Summer and the Days of Marulic. There is also the Youth Theatre, and the Split Puppet Theatre. If you visit city Split remember it is a city of history, culture, and tradition but it is also a city of fun parties and great night life.

Zadar
Zadar is a city in Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. It is the centre of modern Croatia’s Zadar county and the wider northern Dalmatian region. Zadar is located opposite the islands of Ugljan and Pašman, from which it is separated by the narrow Zadar Strait.

Sibenik
Šibenik is a city and port in northern Dalmatia, not far from the estuary of the Krka river into the Bay of Sibenik, connected by narrow straits with the Sibenik Channel; population. The city is built around the natural harbour and on the surrounding hill slopes. The climate is mild, with around 2,750 hours of sunshine a year.

The city, with the old fortresses of St. Anne, St. John and Subicevac overlooking it, consists of the Old Town, characterized by narrow and steep alleys in the west, and the modern part in the north and south-east. The natural beauty of the region as well as the rich cultural and historical heritage of the city, attract many tourists and excursionists.

Hvar
Hvar is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, located off the Dalmatian coast. The island measures approximately 80 km, east to west and is a tourist destination. Hvar has a very mild Mediterranean climate, beautiful beaches and Mediterranean vegetation that make it one of the most attractive tourist centers in Europe. The island promotes itself as “the sunniest spot in Europe,” with 2715 hours of sunlight in an average year.

Hvar town is the main tourist center. It features a large public square that is open to the sea. During the tourist season, the port is filled with large yachts. All-night discos attract large crowds of young visitors. Hvar is known for its cultivation of Lavender and is also one of the towm most famous winemaking zones in Croatia.

Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is located on the Adriatic Sea coast in the extreme south of Croatia, positioned at the terminal end of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik. It is one of the most prominent tourist resorts, a seaport and the center of the Dubrovnik–Neretva county.

Nicknamed “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is a beautiful medieval walled city which is over 1,000 years old and virtually untouched by the modern world. The same light-coloured stone can be seen in the marble-paved squares, cobbled streets, tall houses, convents, churches, palaces, fountains and museums. The oldest pharmacy in Europe, located in the Friars Minor monastery is a highlight.

For the elegant cruise with regal class, climb aboard the Peregrine Dalmatia.

The Peregrine Dalmatia was purpose-built in 2012 to cruise the Dalmatian Coast, so you know you’re in for a safe and comfortable trip through Croatian seas. Cruising on a small ship with only 30 other passengers means you’ll be able to hop on and off the boat right from the port. Every journey is accompanied by a friendly Croatian crew and Peregrine local leader who can share a wealth of knowledge about the area and help to steer you towards all the warmest waters. If swimming straight off the back of the boat isn’t for you, then you can always relax on the sundeck with a cool drink in hand.

The 40-metre (131-ft) Peregrine Dalmatia is able to accommodate 31 guests in 16 cabins. The upper deck is equipped with a barbeque area and onboard bar, providing the ideal place to watch those beautiful seaside sunsets. The sundeck above is there for when you want to pull up a lounge and catch some rays, but if you’re feeling more active, the snorkelling gear’s available for when we drop anchor.

Ship Profile & Stats

  • Maiden Voyage: 2012
  • Passenger Capacity (dbl): 31

Ship Amenities

  • Hair Dryer
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mini Fridge
  • Satellite TV
  • Internal Phone
  • Safe

Ship Facilities

  • Sun Deck
  • Barbeque Area
  • Bar
  • Dining Area
  • Free Wi-Fi

Our name stems from the word ‘Peregrinate’, meaning to migrate, walk or take a pilgrimage – very fitting for our beginnings as a trekking company. Since our inception, we’ve broadened our horizons and now offer small group journeys in over 80 countries across all seven continents, which can be enjoyed by anyone with an enquiring mind who enjoys getting off the beaten track (without forgoing some of the comforts of home).

Introducing a new a style of travel – a premium cruise without the premium crowds. Think less on-board casinos and more island hopping along the Dalmatian Coast, Cyclades port stops for grilled octopus and fresh olives, or dropping anchor for a swim in some secluded Cuban archipelago. This is Peregrine’s small ship adventure cruising. Welcome aboard.

Conventional big ship cruising is all about life on the boat. What to eat, what to do, which show to catch. Adventure cruising is more about the destination: stopping at little islands the big ships can’t reach, exploring local markets and trying fresh produce, learning a place’s history and culture from local guides who know it best.

These journeys are designed to be low impact. That means there’s fewer passengers on-board, less stress on local communities, and each trip is carbon offset through a range of renewable energy projects. And while the big boats moor out at sea and ferry passengers to land by tender, we can sail straight into port. You can hop on or hop off as you like. It’s convenience and comfort, all in one.

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