Croatia, the Adriatic Sea & Greece

Croatia, the Adriatic Sea & Greece
Experience a harmonious balance between conventional cruising and private yachting, along with an exciting voyage of discovery, unravelling the wonders of the Ionian and of the Adriatic Sea. Discover the natural and historical treasures of the Adriatic, Dalmatian and of the Ionian Seas.Croatia, Albania, Montenegro and Greece. The Palace of Diocletian in Split; the island of Rab just off the northern Croatian coast; Hvar, covered in pine forests, with vineyards, fruit orchards & lavender fields.The medieval treasures of Dubrovnik and Korcula in Croatia, through the Kornati Islands to the fjords of the Bay of Kotor, and Budva in Montenegro, the Roman-Hellenistic heritage of Saranda, Albania, and unhurried Paxos with its warm Greek hospitality. Each day you will discover a new port of call, a hidden cove with crystal blue waters to cool you, a glimpse of ancient history to amaze you and rich cultural diversity to intrigue you.
The Dalmatian Coast: Croatia & Montenegro

Embarkation: Dubrovnik/Croatia
Ship: M/Y Callisto
Sailing Dates: 30 Sep 18 to 07 Sep 19
From: $ 2350
Cruise Highlights: Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split, Sibenik, Rab, Kotor, Krka National Park, Trogir

Adriatic Odyssey: Croatia, Montenegro, Albania & Greece

Embarkation: Dubrovnik/Croatia
Ship: M/Y Callisto
Sailing Dates: 31 May 19 to 14 Sep 19
From: $ 2400
Cruise Highlights: Dubrovnik, Korcula, Paxi, Corfu, Kotor, Bar, Budva, Saranda, Butrint

Embarkation: Dubrovnik/Croatia
Ship: M/Y Callisto
Sailing Dates: 30 Sep 18 to 07 Sep 19
From: $ 2350
Cruise Highlights: Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Split, Sibenik, Rab, Kotor, Krka National Park, Trogir

Embarkation: Dubrovnik/Croatia
Ship: M/Y Callisto
Sailing Dates: 31 May 19 to 14 Sep 19
From: $ 2400
Cruise Highlights: Dubrovnik, Korcula, Paxi, Corfu, Kotor, Bar, Budva, Saranda, Butrint

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142 Reviews
It is one thing to be able to cruise and enjoy the wonders of the Greek Islands. However so much more impor ant is know that your Captain has the experience to know how to ensure the safety of passengers. This past week we have been fortunate enough to undertake the Classical Greek Cruise and we were very pleased to find Captain Andreas when we boarded. With his experience he watched the weather patterns and made an early call to change the route. Yes there was some initial disappointment that we would not get to Crete. But we had a fantastic voyage and saw such interesting places that we never expected. Furthermore we enjoyed a thoroughly comfortable trip and look forward to our next visit. Thank you to captain Andreas and all the crew of Harmony V
The whole experience was out standing. The Galileo is a great boat to sail on with the whole crew friendly and helpful. The food was excellent, the places we visited were unforgettable & the other guests were great. A must do holiday.
We've just come back from the cruise in Iceland, from Reykjavik to Akureyri. It was our first cruise. And we loved it all. The crew is really committed to making the trip a real success for everyone. We liked the unformal ambiance on board. The 49 passengers are from many different countries, and they are really there to discover the country and to exchange about their experiences (in English) We appreciated the total flexibility on board: we can participate in the wery well organized excursions, but we can, as well organize one's own program on shore. The itinerary allows to visit some of the most interesting parts of Iceland. And the program is quite diversified. The food is really good, and the comfort of the cabins is quite correct, even if the ship has already lived many cruises. We highly recommend this cruise.