In order to rest from your travels to Murter, the first destination after setting off is the island of Ravni Žakan in the bay of the same name – an oasis of peace, with safe berths for boats and unique seafood and meat specialities prepared for you by the friendly staff of the Žakan konoba.
The reception desk of the Kornati National Park is also found in the harbour, and here you can obtain all the information you need for your stay in Kornati National Park.
“...When he created the Earth, our Lord God decided on the seventh day to rest from all that he had created, and he chose Primošten to do so, created for just that purpose...”
This is how an old Primošten legend goes, and many even today believe it is true. For this reason, we have chosen Primošten as our next destination.
Docking is possible at the jetty in the town (mooring, electricity, water), and is safe in all weather conditions.
Set off from Primošten towards the island of Vis.
In the Vis Channel, you might come across the maestral wind, but don't let that discourage you. This wind will provide you with great sailing pleasure to the Vis harbour.
If you would like to stop somewhere for a swim, you can choose one of the safe covers before entering into the harbour (Parja, Rogačić or Stončica).
With respect to docking, we recommend you dock on the quay in the northwestern part of the Vis harbour, which is equipped with moorings, electricity and water.
If you have some extra time before setting off on your cruise, be sure to visit the island of Biševo and the famous Blue Cave on its eastern coast.
Our next destinations are the Pakleni Islands (Hell Islands) and the island of Hvar. Hvar is an ancient Dalmatian city, rich in history and culture. In addition to natural and cultural points of interest, all those looking to enjoy the night life will certainly finding something to their liking here.
The Pakleni islands – a playful string of small, forested islands with countless hidden coves and beautiful empty bays represent, as someone once said, 'Arcadia within reach'. The best shelter in the area is the ACI Marina at Palmižana, on the island of Sveti Klement, and we recommend you berth in this harbour.
From Palmižana, we set off for the town of Milna on the island of Brač.
This town and the bay of the same name are an oasis of Mediterranean culture, built in the famous Brač stone and protected from wines. A peaceful escape after visits to Vis and Hvar.
On this day, we set off for the mainland, and our next destination is the City of Split.
This eternally young city, inhabited by people with a pronounced Mediterranean temperament, has been living its urban rhythm for the past 1700 years, with its heart in Diocletian's Palace and a soul that warmly greets you with open arms.
Be sure to take a walk down the Split waterfront, which the people of Split proudly claim is the most beautiful in the world.“.
From historical Split, we set off back towards our home port, stopping on the island of Žirje.
This is the largest island of the Šibenik archipelago, and is known for its natural beauty and coves, and the many small islands surrounding it.
At the crack of dawn, we set off back for Murter and Marina Hramina…
* The recommended routes are valid for favourable weather conditions. In poor weather, we recommend you adapt the route using nautical maps, pilot guide and navigational instruments.