7 days
(129 NM)


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Split - 7 days (129 NM)

Day 1: Split – Maslinica (island Šolta); 14 NM
  • Taking off ACI marina Split
  • sailing SW towards E cape of Čiovo peninsula
  • sailing SW to Maslinica at the NW end of the island Šolta
  • anchorage between islets in front of Maslinica; mooring at Maslinica marina; buoy or anchorage at Šešula bay next door to Maslinica

Once fishermen village, Maslinica nowadays became one of central Dalmaita’s yachting hotspots due to its newly built marina as a part of complex of Martinis – Marchi castle hotel. Marina is equipped with electric power, fresh water and public facilities while the castle offers delicious meals in its restaurant. Anchoring is possible between islets Saskinja and Polebrnjak just in front of the village. Party animals are welcome to Šešula bay, next door to Maslinica where some buoys are moored. Cocktail bar and the restaurant are on the waterfront just above the bay. Bakery and supermarket along with some restaurants and bars are in the very center of Maslinica.

Day 2: Maslinica (island Šolta) – Komiža (island Vis); 25 NM
  • Taking off Maslinica and heading SSE towards island Vis
  • After passing cape Barjaci on the W end of the island sailing SE and E towards Komiža town
  • Swim break in one of the coves at the Komiža bay
  • Mooring at Komiža port on the pier on one of the buoys moored along Komiža bay

Komiža is positioned in the deep-lying open port on the western coastline of the island of Vis and at the foot of nearly 600 meter high Mt. Hum. If anchoring in Komiža bay extra care is required due to rather strong winds descending from the surrounding hills into the bay. Those yachtsmen who moored on the buoy are allowed to take the mooring at the pier next morning, when other boats leave the port. The use of mooring, electric power and fresh water is included in the price of the buoy. Komiža amazes its visitors with narrow streets, attractive stone houses squeezed together along the harbor and numerous beaches. Along the entire eastern coast of Komiža bay there are many pebbly beaches with springs of fresh water. Furthermore, Komiža is not only adored by yachting people but also by those who like diving, hiking, paragliding or other adventure sports since several agencies and diving centers offer different activities starting from Komiža.

Day 3: Komiža – Biševo - Vis; 21 NM
  • Taking off Komiža and heading SW to Mezoporat at the island Biševo
  • Visit to Modra špilja cave
  • Sailing ENE towards islets Ravnik and Budikovac at SE side of the island Vis
  • Swim break at one of coves and beaches at S and E side of island Vis or islets Ravnik, Budikovac and Polivalo
  • Landing in town Vis port – either moored on the waterfront pier or on the buoy

The visit to Modra špilja cave is possible by tender, but without using the outboard engine. The skipper has to manuevre the yacht in front of the entrance while the crew has to row the tender into the cave. The other possibility to visit the cave is if yacht is moored or anchored at Mezoporat while visitors are taken to the cave by official tour-boat.

Swim break is recommended in one of numerous hidden and deserted bays and cove alongside S coast of the island or in the small archipelago at the E side of the island.

The pier on the waterfront of Vis port is equipped with electric power and fresh water. Those yachtsmen who spend the night on the buoy are allowed to moor the next morning and refill water tanks and batteries. Separated mooring spot is at Kut, the E corner of Vis bay, where some of the best restaurants at the island are situated. Some of the most popular restaurants lie in the plain just in the middle of the island where visitors could be taken by shuttles available in Vis port. Since island Vis was forbidden to foreigners until late 80’s due to many military facilities on the island, a special offer is the tour around the interior of the island, visiting tunnels and hidden hangars of former armies.

Day 4: Vis – Pakleni otoci - Hvar; 14 NM
  • Taking off Vis port and sailing NE towards Pakleni otoci archipelago
  • 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 beauties of nature, 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 in one of virgin beaches of 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 Hvar port during the top season is possible only by luck or if booked at port authorities in advance; due to busy traffic and popularity of Hvar town.

Day 5: Hvar - Vrboska; 23 NM
  • Taking off Hvar port and sailing WNW towards cape Pelegrin on the W end of the island
  • After passing cape Pelegrin sailing ENE alongside the coast of the island
  • Swim break at one of the coves on the N side of the island after passing the bay of Starigrad; or at the beach on S side of Zečevo islet in front of Jelsa
  • Sailing into the bay of Jelsa and than W to canal of Vrboska
  • Mooring at marina ACI Vrboska; marina Vrboska at the waterfront or anchoring at Soline bay, in front of the camping area

Founded in the 15th century as a fishing harbor, Vrboska is best known for the fortress Church of Sv. Marija (St Mary), built as a refuge for its inhabitants during the 16th century. Apart of this genuine cultural site, Vrboska offers relaxed and quiet environment and a romantic walk alongside the banks of its canal. There is a supermarket and bakery in the village as well as the gas station at the marina.

Day 6: Vrboska – Milna (island Brač); 20 NM
  • Taking off Vrboska NNW across the channel towards Bol at the island
  • Swim break at Zlatni rat beach
  • Sailing W and WNW alongside the S coast of island Brač
  • Sailing around Kobila cape to the Milna bay
  • Mooring at one of two marinas in Milna or anchorage on the S side of the bay

Milna refers to the one of the best protected marinas at 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 7: Milna - Split; 12 NM
  • Taking off Milna and sailing alongside the coast of the island
  • Swim break in one of the coves at the W end of the island, between Milna and Bobovišća
  • Another swim break option could be in one of the coves at the SE part of island Šolta
  • Sailing NNE to Split
  • Fuel refill is available in Milna, Rogač (island Šolta) or in Split harbor, on the W side of the waterfront