It gets almost 2,800 hours of sunshine per year. There is however enough rain to keep the island green and to maintain the beautiful fields of lavender, rosemary, sage, marjoram and thyme and the carefully cultivated vineyards.

Hvar Old Town is brimming with ancient landmarks that are worth visiting. The maze of interconnected streets at the centre of town offers a wealth of restaurants and shopping boutiques.

Experience best views of Hvar from Hvar Fort. It occupies the site of a Byzantine citadel dating back to the 6th century. 

Cathedral of St. Stephen was constructed between the 16th and 17th centuries, during the Dalmatian Renaissance. Inside, there's a wide range of historic artefacts and paintings by some of the region's most highly regarded ancient art figures, such as Stefano Celesti, Palma Junior and Spaniard Juan Boschettus.

The Franciscan Monastery. This quaint monastery is recognised for its stellar collection of ancient exhibits, ranging from Venetian paintings and historic maps to rare coins from the Greek and Roman empires. Plus, within the elevated garden, there's a 300-year-old cypress tree.

Jelsa is a serene town on the northern coast of Hvar. Surrounding the charming harbour is a collection of coffee shops and restaurants, as well as lush parks, town squares and swimming spots. Like Hvar Town, Jelsa has a myriad of alleyways sprawling off the main street. 

Dubovica Beach is a secluded spot featuring a clean pebble beach that's flanked by pine trees and olive groves. You’ll need to climb down a rather steep hike from a road above Dubovica Beach. It’s worth the effort. 

Take a boat to explore the nearby Pakleni Islands archipelago to discover secluded beaches and bays.

Local cuisine in Dalmatino restaurant.

One of the most "coolest places" in yachting Croatia. Nightclubs, restaurants, music until morning.

There is a small city pier, but you can't stay there for long. You can approach for embarking and disembarking passengers, for no more than a few minutes. Watch out for ferries, skip them, beware of sudden waves.

The nearest marina is Palmižana, a couple of nautical miles from the city. From there, there is a regular water cab to Hvar. The marina has showers, toilets, water and electricity. The parking lot is relatively tight, and the moorings are short.

 

Running on Waves

A three-mast sailing vessel, rigging type – barquentine. With the length of 64 metres, she is one of the biggest sailing yachts in the world. Unique superyacht designed to provide amazing experience for its guests.

Ambassador

  • Sailing countries: Croatia Croatia Montenegro Montenegro ...and other
  • Max guests: 36
  • Number of cabins: 19
  • Length over all: 48,17 m
  • Cruising speed: 9 knots

Discover charming Croatian coastline and islands on brand new De Luxe Superior yacht that had her maiden voyage in July 2019.

Indulge all your senses, explore inspiring destinations, fishermen’s villages and small and cosy restaurants on shore for tasting local Mediterranean cuisine and nightlife.

Oscar

  • Sailing countries: Croatia Croatia Montenegro Montenegro ...and other
  • Max guests: 40
  • Number of cabins: 19
  • Length over all: 49 m
  • Cruising speed: 9 knots

LUXURY AND SAFETY

Constructed to comply with the newest European cruise ship standards, M/S OSCAR is a part of our growing and versatile fleet of small cruise ships. M/S OSCAR is a luxury yacht made to satisfy your refined cruise expectations, featuring state-of-the-art navigation and safety systems, fully equipped comfortable air-conditioned cabins with private facilities, Wi-Fi, restaurant, bar, sun deck, elegance rooftop Jacuzzi, swimming platform and much else.

Corsario

  • Sailing countries: Croatia Croatia ...and other
  • Max guests: 12
  • Number of cabins: 6
  • Length over all: 48.00m
  • Cruising speed: 8.5 knots

S/Y Corsario was designed to provide luxury, elegance and above all adventure through

Adriatic sea in the best possible way. Its' mix of extraordinary tall ship exterior and modern interior makes it one of a kind.

Built by Radež – Blato in 2019, a small shipyard in Croatia (EU) specialized in delivering small yachts & boats, S/Y Corsario is 48 meters long yacht that guarantees utmost luxury followed by local story behind it. Her impresive & spacious cabins, numerous amenities, multiple outside lounges and custom-made design will fulfill every client’s wishes.

S/Y Corsario delivers for passionate sea lovers, yacht enthusiasts, sun seeking adventurers and relaxation chasers.

Lupus Mare

  • Sailing countries: Croatia Croatia ...and other
  • Max guests: 32
  • Number of cabins: 14
  • Length over all: 43m
  • Cruising speed: 9 knots



LUPUS MARE is a 43m long yacht, designed for providing adventurous cruising experience and offering top-notch service to all those in search of a stunning getaway along the Adriatic coast. Hosting up to 32 guests, the yacht consists of 14 modern en-suite cabins, cosy interiors and large outside spaces with numerous amenities, managed by a skilled 10-crew team.

Our approach is to go beyond and above – from impeccable swimming stops where our captain takes you to, fresh & local ingredients (e.g. freshly caught fish by our crew) used in our cuisine, to the warmth of our service team who do their best to make you feel like at home. Lupus Mare is ideal for groups over 12 people who seek an extraordinary experience surrounded by crystal clear waters and thousands of mesmerizing islands.

Our yacht was built in 2011 by Brodosplit d.d. shipyard. Our A-yachts team bought her in 2018 and did an extensive refit in 2018 & 2022. From interior works to modernising technical aspects of the yacht, Lupus Mare is one of the finest yacht in the Adriatic these days.

Casablanca

  • Sailing countries: Croatia Croatia ...and other

Adriatic Blue

  • Sailing countries: Croatia Croatia ...and other