14 days
(282 NM)


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Split - 14 days (282 NM)

Day 1: Split - Milna (Brač) 12NM
  • Taking off ACI Marina Split
  • Sailing S towards Milna bay
  • Mooring at one of three marinas in Milna or anchorage on the S side of the bay

Milna refers to the one of the most protected marinas of the Adriatic coast. ACI marina Milna is located in the southeastern part of the Milna bay, while Marina Vlaška sits in the NW part of the bay. Both marinas offer moorings, electric power, fresh water and public facilities. There is a gas station on the S side of the bay while the city itself offers a variety of restaurants and bars.

Day 2: Milna (Brač) – Palmižana 14NM
  • Taking off Milna bay
  • Sailing through the Splitska Vrata (Split Gates) then S
  • Swim break in one of hidden bays and beaches within the archipelago
  • Mooring at ACI Palmižana at Pakleni otoci or at Hvar port

With its geographical location and its rich cultural heritage, Hvar is a real gem of the Adriatic/Mediterranean region. Not only are the visitors attracted by the cultural and traditional essence but also by its extraordinary nature beauty, excellent accommodation and authentic cuisine. It is possible to unwind in the romantic and pristine scenery, indulge in tastes and aromas of the Adriatic/Mediterranean, or stir the senses to the hot beat and icy cocktails at the exclusive beach-bars and nightclubs. After a day spent at one of virgin beaches of the Pakleni otoci archipelago, yachtsmen usually moor at ACI Palmižana marina at the island Sv. Klement. Speedboat taxi service between Hvar town and Palmižana is available 24/7. Anchorage is also available at numerous coves within the archipelago. Mooring in thze Hvar port during the peak of the season is possible only if very lucky or if booked by the port authorities in advance; due to busy traffic and popularity of Hvar town.

Day 3: Palmižana – Lovište 29NM
  • Taking off Palmižana
  • Sailing SE towards Lovište bay
  • Swim break on the S side of island Šćedro at the Lovišće bay
  • Anchorage at Lovište bay

Lovište is a small town located at the Pelješac peninsula between the islands Korčula and Hvar. Pelješac peninsula is very famous due to its extraordinary variety of red wines, which are available for tasting in each city of Pelješac. Lovište is very popular among sailors, mainly for its position being a beautiful and well protected bay with giant area which offers safe anchoring. The bay is protected from all winds, only strong S and SW winds cause heavy seas in S part of the bay.

Day 4: Lovište – Polače (Mljet) 26NM
  • Taking off Lovište
  • Sailing S then SE towards island Mljet
  • Swim break in Pržine bay at SE edge of the island Korčula
  • Anchorage or mooring at Polače

Polače refers to the biggest a