• We offer you whole day boat trips to islands with skipper
  • 09:00 – 18:00

Other locations by arrangement, contact us.

  • Up to 7 persons
  • Fuel and skipper included in price
  • Listed prices are for trips with Quicksilver 555 and Barracuda 545 (up to 5 persons)
  • The price increases 60 eur for trips with Cap Camarat 6.5 and Quicksilver 675 (up to 7 persons)

  • Povlja – Luke lagoon – Pucisca – Vruja bay
  • 350 €
  • Povlja is a village on the island of Brac, located in a deep natural harbour surrounded by many other deep natural bays.
  • Pucisca is often listed as one of the prettiest villages in Europe known for its white limestone and beautiful bay. Many of the buildings are built with local stone and there are numerous monuments which adorn the town.
  • Vruja Bay (Dubci) is situated halfway between Omis and Makarska. Near the beach is underwater source of Cetina river. This bay is an ideal place to cool off in the hot summer days.

  • Bol (Zlatni rat)
  • 350 € (all day)
  • 250 €  (half day)
  • Zlatni Rat beach, on the island of Brač, is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coastline. It is changing its shape constantly due to the influence of winds and waves. Zlatni rat beach is only 2 km from Bol. It is favourite spot for surfers from around the globe.

  • Bol (Zlatni rat) – Vrboska – Jelsa
  • 370 €
  • Zlatni Rat beach, on the island of Brač, is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coastline. It is changing its shape constantly due to the influence of winds and waves. Zlatni rat beach is only 2 km from Bol. It is favourite spot for surfers from around the globe.
  • Vrboska is the smallest town on the island of Hvar but although it is the smallest town, Vrboska is the treasure of the island. Founded in the 15th century, it is often referred to as “Little Venice“ due to numerous small bridges.
  • Jelsa, small town on the island of Hvar, famous for its wild lavender and unique position, situated between the  two highest peaks of the island. During the last weekend of August there is a Wine festival.

  • Bol (Zlatni rat) – Stari Grad
  • 400 €
  • Zlatni Rat beach, on the island of Brač, is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coastline. It is changing its shape constantly due to the influence of winds and waves. Zlatni rat beach is only 2 km from Bol. It is favourite spot for surfers from around the globe.
  • Stari Grad dates back as far as 384 BC making it one of the oldest towns in Europe and a UNESCO protected world heritage site. Stretching over 10 km deep into the island of Hvar with over 40 pebble, sand and rock inlets it is one of the best-protected bays in Croatia.

  • Town Hvar
  • 450 €
  • Town Hvar, an ancient town with a rich history on the island Hvar which has the most sunny hours of all the islands in the Adriatic sea. Hvar town is a Mediterranean dream, full of Venetian architecture, rustic cobblestoned streets and stunning beaches. It is the biggest town on the island.

  • Town Hvar – Pakleni islands
  • 500 €
  • Town Hvar, an ancient town with a rich history on the island Hvar which has the most sunny hours of all the islands in the Adriatic sea. Hvar town is a Mediterranean dream, full of Venetian architecture, rustic cobblestoned streets and stunning beaches. It is the biggest town on the island.
  • The Pakleni islands are an island group in the central Adriatic near the island of Hvar which extend from the town of Hvar to the west. They are considered to be part of the so-called Hvar Riviera. They are often mistakenly called Hell’s Islands given that the Croatian word for hell is pakao, but they are more like paradise… Their name comes from a type of pine resin, which was once harvested on the islands and used for coating ships – paklina.  This beautiful archipelago offers some of the most breathtaking beaches, the best snorkelling in Croatia, and some of the most amazing beach clubs in Hvar.

  • Town Korcula
  • 500 €
  • Town Korcula is a medieval walled city positioned on an oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac Channel.  It is often referred to as a “mini Dubrovnik” with its alluring medieval squares and palaces. The Old Town itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone. The fishbone shape was used in Korcula Old Town design to reduce the effects of wind and sun and provide citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation. Korcula town offers one of Croatia’s most romantic views and the striking Venetian architecture makes it a top sight.