Whether you’re a wine novice or you can tell your Syrah from a Shiraz, Sail Croatia’s new Wines of Croatia cruise is giving guests a deep dive into the ancient grape varieties of the Dalmatia coast region of Croatia while sailing in luxury on their small ships.
New for 2024, the Elegance wine cruises will allow guests to immerse themselves in Croatia’s natural, cultural and historical sights while also buffing up on their wine knowledge. Departing from the UNESCO town of Split, guests can enjoy a Wine Jeep Safari on the largest island of Brac, sip wine in the Stari Grad Plains of Hvar, delve into the history of Vis from the world’s only winery in a military tunnel, explore Marco Polo’s Korcula and relax in nature in Mljet, before ending in the medieval city of Dubrovnik.
Sail Croatia’s Elegance Cruises offer the highest quality of comfort onboard custom-built ships, featuring private ensuite rooms with air conditioning, spacious dining saloons and extensive sundecks. The three ships chosen to operate the new itinerary are among the most luxurious in Sail Croatia’s fleet, with a maximum capacity of 38 guests.
Helle Seuran, Managing Director of Sail Croatia, said, “Our new cruises give our guests the opportunity to indulge their passion for wine whilst also enjoying a relaxing week exploring the Adriatic on one of our deluxe super-yachts. Our wine cruises offer great value for money and are ideal for wine lovers who want to explore a new region in luxury. What could be more luxurious than arriving at a winery on a luxury small ship?”
Wine lovers can choose from the 28 April departure on Olimp, 21 July on Esperanza or 6 October on Queen Jelena.
The cruises start from €1839 per person, including a welcome reception, daily breakfast and lunch, Captain’s dinner, local village dinner, winery tours and wine tastings, and return airport transfers. Prices are based on two sharing, subject to availability and correct at the time of issue.