Day 1 : Agana
After arriving at the Split Resnik International Airport (SPU), reach your boat at Agana Marina and meet your crew.
Day 2 : Agana - Maslinica (Šolta)
Sail to Maslinica and emerge yourself in the village harbor. Explore the island, its nature made wild by its many olive trees and vineyards, dive into its crystal clear waters, visit Masalinica, the only village on the island and hike to the Vela Straže to meet the emblematic animal of the island, the čuvita (owl).
Day 3 : Maslinica → Vis Town (Vis)
Head towards Stonica Bay, at the port of Vis Town, a former military zone during the Second World War. Appreciated for its authenticity and its preservation, stroll to discover the wealth of this island, visit its cities such as Vis Town or Luka, its Greco-Roman remains, its church Notre-Dame-de-la-Grotte and be charmed by the surprising houses of the noble Hvarois.
Day 4 : Vis Town - Komiza (Vis)
While sailing towards Komiza, a small fishing village, make a stop in the Tiha cove and observe the underwater life in crystalline waters. In Komiza, visit the city, the Venetian fortress, the world famous fishing museum, stroll along the pebble beaches, fill up your bottles in the very famous sources of drinking water (Gusarica, Nova Pošta, Velo Žalo) then taste local specialties such as pasta with brodetto or Komiža loaf.
Day 5 : Komiza - ile de Bisevo - Palmizana (Sveti Klement)
Sail to the island of Bisevo and visit the Blue Cave, a magical place where the sunlight gives way to an incredible silver-blue. Immerse yourself in this natural treasure and discover particular waters, then head to Palmizana on the island of Klement, the largest of the string of islands called the "hell islands". Explore the island of a thousand plants that has become an exotic botanical garden, stroll along the sandy beach of Palmizana bordered by a fir forest and then dive into the bottom of the Adriatic Sea, to discover and number of old wrecks.
Day 6 : Palmizana - Milna (Brac) - Vrboska (Hvar)
In Milna, visit the city, stroll along the pine-lined beaches and enjoy this oasis of peace, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Join Vrbsoka, nicknamed "Little Venice", to anchor at Vrukova. Visit the island's smallest town at the end of a long narrow cove, the fishing museum and its old fishermen's house, its Baroque parish church and take a stroll along the Vrbsoka beach, known as being one of the most beautiful beaches of gravel and sand.
Day 7 : Hvar - Milna - Trogir
Return to the island of Brac, and stroll along the famous Zlatni Rat beach, commonly known as the "Golden Horn". Visit Bol, its very typical village and its stone streets and taste local specialties such as Kulen. Weather permitting, make a final stop at Stomorska or Necujam and its preserved ruins on the seabed before returning to the Agina Marina for 17h00.