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„A sea will rent each mant new hope, as sleap bring dreams about home"


Cristoforo Colombo

1. DAY       Saturday    check in 18,00h

2. DAY       Sunday    09,00h sailing 35 Nm from marina Rogoznica to the Komiža (island Vis)


       The small city of Komiža is located on the western side of island Vis, deep in the Komiža inlet and at the base of the mountain Hum. Its inhabitants mainly make their living of fishing, wine-growing and tourism. On eastern site of Komiža are beautiful beaches Gusarica, Nova Posta and Velo Zalo where visitors can enjoy on sun.

Komiža also offer a little history. Long time ago pirates regularly visiting the Komiža town forcing its inhabitants to flee finding a refuges in the fortified church on nearly hill of Muster.

On such a visit of pirates took away a 1,5 m wooden statue of St. Mary from the small church at western side of Komiža bay. A very strong wind rose up with high rollers preventing pirates of sailing out the bay. Few days later when the danger of pirates ceased the islanders found the statue stranded at Kamenica bay. With great celebration they took the statue and bringing it back to the original place. They also noticed that spring of fresh water sprouted where the statue was washed on shore. Happy about this good news(this spring still exist today) the procession moved St. Mary’s statue back to the other bays end to find another spring of fresh water shoot up there too. The islanders used these springs until recently, when the one of them was covered (sealed) next to the church is named as „Our Lady of Pirate“today.


3. DAY      Monday sailing from Komiža 30 Nm to the island Jabuka and 15 Nm island Svetac (St.Andrija) 08,00 h


Clefts and holes on cliffs of Svetac are choice for a nest of rare bird species Eleanor’s Falcon. The coast are mostly steep and rocky with several coves, some of them are home of Mediterranean Mong Seal.

Archeological findings was populated even in prehistory, island was an important landmark in terrestrial navigation on the route from both sides of Adriatic.


From the antique time to the 19th century Svetac was part of „Diomedes navigational route (touched Termiti islands, Gargano Peninsula, Palagruža, Svetac, Vis), because the workshipers of Diomedes Cult left their marks on all the above-mentioned places.

Benedictines have left traces on this island, on the plain Poje are ruins of the monastery and chapel.

Also, legend about Illyrian Quinn Teuta, after she lost tron, she was banished to this island and has built the castle-fortress here, counting days of her loneliness.


Island Jabuka stands apart from the otherwise idyllic Croatian coastal Ares. Due to magnetite that can be found in the black, volcanic rocks on the island, compasses become completely useless in the vicinity of this island and only the die-hard visit this place.

Jabuka is not an easy place to visit and really not an island at all. The shoreline is not suitable for docking; the bays are not protected from winds. Jabuka is actually a very large, steep, 97 meter high cliff in the shape of a pyramid.


4. DAY       Tuesday     09,00 h     sailing 5 Nm from Svetac to the island Brusnik and 12Nm to island Biševo and Blue cave

Brusnik is uninhabited island 320 m long and 205 m wide, highest point at 30 m above the sea level. Island is made of conglomerates formed from the fragments of eruptive rocks.


BLUE CAVE on island Biševo as it used to be the habitat of monk seal- a rare mammal.

Baron Eugen Rausoonet rediscovered it in 1884.The cave is 24m long, 10 to 12 m wide, up to 15m high and deep up to 16m at some places. The entrance is a narrow corridor, which is 1,5m high and 2,5m wide only, being the only access into the cave itself.


The sun enters into the cove walls in an entire spectrum of colors with always dominating blue hue. Silvery drops glitter on brownish limestone walls all over where as the light diffracts in the sea creating a wondrous silvery glow.


5. DAY       Wednesday                06,30 h     sailing 40 Nm from Biševo  to the Palagruža and 35 Nm to the island Lastovo

Palagruža is small, remote archipelago of dolomite in the middle of the Adriatic Sea, it consists of one main island, called Vela („Great“) Palagruža, and one smaller one, Mala („Little“) Palagruža and there are twenty or so other closely-associated rocks or reefs.

Vela Palagruža is some 1300 m long and 350 m wide. The highest point of the archipelago is about 90 m above sea level and on this elevation is lighthouse. Palagruža is surrounded by dangerous waters. Palagruža is associated with the Homeric hero Diomedes, king of Argos, who is reputed to be buried here, thogh it is hard to imagine where.

Speculation is fuelled by the discovery of a painted 6th century B.C. Greek potsherd with the name Diomed.

On March 9, 1177 Pope Alexander III Ship’s convoy set sail from Apulias small harbor Vieste (Monte Gargano) on Italian Adriatic northern coast. He was to meet Emperor

Frederic I. Barbarossa at Venice with who he was to make peace and establish Roman papal authorities again.

Sailing with on a good southerner Popes faster galleons reached island Palagruža when the wind died out forcing the fleet to the anchor.

Lastovo island in the mids of the Adriatic open sea, surrounded by numerous small silver islands. An island and archipelago that like by a miracle escaped the blessings of civilization, maybe the last piece of the former Mediterranean Homer come and Lord Byron took his inspiration from.

Lastovo means a vacation in harmony with untouched nature, a vacation in ambience of traditional architecture.

The name of one of some dozen gardens of Eden in the Mediterranean on the list of prestigious World Wild Foundation WWF the Lastovo archipelago was declared a Nature Park in 2006.


6. DAY       08,00h      sailing 33 Nm from island Lastovo to the island Hvar (Pakleni otoci)

Hvar is a longest and sunniest Croatian island, caracterized by gentle winters, warm summers and many ours of sunshine.

Island was populated already in the prehistoric times and later inhabited by the Illyrians, who came into conflict with Greek Colonizers in the 4th century B.C.

In Oglavak and Koscak (near Sucuraj on the east cape of island) was the position of the Illyrian Queen Teuta place. Numerous tumuli on the island are of Illyrian origin.

Hvar accepted the Greek setters, but was the only on that had an ionic settlement (Pharos, today Stari Grad).

In the 7th century island Hvar came under the principality of Croatia, in following centuries Hvar recognized the sovereignty of the Croatian – Hungarian ruler, the Bosnian King Tvrtko, Split Duke Hrvoje, The Dubrovnik Republic, Venice, France, Austria, Italy etc.

During the 16th and 17th century Hvar was a prominent centre of the Croatian literature (Petar Hektorovic, Hanibal Lucic).

The town of Hvar with alter towns and villages on the island have numerous architectural and cultural monuments, which bear witness to outstanding artistic traditions of the island, the economic prosperity of its population and relations Hvar used to maintain with cultural centers of the past centuries.


7. DAY        09,00h sailing 22 Nm from Hvar to the Drvenik Island and 15 Nm to marina Rogoznica

The largest village is Drvenik Veli (Veli porat),on the north-eastern side of the island. Chief occupations are farming, viticulture, olive growing and fishing.

The coast is indented, with numerous coves ending with sand and pebble beaches.

Drvenik Veli was also known in Roman times, under the name of Tariona. In the 13th century it was mentioned as Giruna or Zerona. The church of St. George (preserved Gothic sanctuary) was built at the beginning of the 16th century.

It houses valuable Baroque furniture and altarpieces by the Venetian painter Antonio Grapinelli.

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