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Perry first traveled to Dubrovnik in 1983 as a representative of the University of California to attend a nuclear arms conference right at the height of the Cold War.  Back then things were pretty dismal and the only places to stay were in private homes. Boy, things have changed!  We recently returned as a family this summer and immediately fell under the charms of this magical country.  What's not to like?  Walking the city walls overlooking the turquoise seas, wine tasting while island hopping along the coast on a luxury yacht, biking to remote lakes surrounded by pine forests,

sitting down to a sumptuous seafood dinners, exploring winding cobblestone streets and meeting friendly locals.  Croatia has it all and the vibe is relaxed and easy.  Traveling by boat along the Dalmation Coast is one of the best ways to explore the region between Split and Dubrovnik.  We found some excellent yachts and wooden gulets to partner with. Our guests can choose to book a cabin on a weeklong guided cruise or charter their own boat with captain and crew for a more private experience.  Our motor yachts are stable, spacious, and the cabins are large and comfortable.  While the yachts are large (165 feet) the group size is small (less than 30) and the guests are from all over the world.  Our gulets are similar to those in Turkey which many of our guests have enjoyed for years.


 If you haven't been to Croatia yet it should be on your list - warm clear waters, charming medieval towns, and superb wine and food await!

We can customize a trip either with private cruising or joining guaranteed departures. You can include cooking classes, winery visits, "Game of Thrones" tours, etc,...


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