Venice to Dubrovnik One Way or Vice Versa Deluxe Cruise

From April 21, 2018 to November 03, 2018

Included Features:

7 nights cruise on board M/S “Monet” in cabin with private shower/toilet
Daily Evening Entertainment & Lounge Bar
Breakfast daily, 3 course dinner daily with wine, beer, soft drinks and coffee
Champagne Welcome reception
Professional Cruise Manager
Luggage handling & Free Wi-Fi on board
Daily cabin maid service

Sightseeing Tours Included:

Accommodation YES
Drinks Bottled Water, Coffee & Tea
Sightseeing YES

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Description - Venice to Dubrovnik
Dates & Prices - Venice to Dubrovnik
Description - Dubrovnik to Venice
Dates & Prices - Dubrovnik to Venice
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Day 1, Venice, Italy, Embarkation.

Upon arrival in the magical city of Venice, make your way to Venice’s San Basilio Port to board the M/S Monet. Enjoy a late afternoon champagne welcome where you will meet your Cruise Director and the crew who will take care of your needs during your cruise. Tonight, mingle with your fellow cruisers over dinner. Early evening departure to Croatia. (Welcome Reception, Dinner))

Day 2, Venice-Pula, Croatia.
Your stop today is in Pula. See her most famous sight, the Roman amphitheater, called the Arena. Built during the 1st century A.D. and completed under the reign of Emperor Flavius, this amphitheater is the sixth largest in the world (of those that still exist). The three-story structure held 23,000 spectators in Roman times and today it hosts numerous concerts and events throughout the year. Look for the Triumphal Arch of Sergius, built in 27 B.C., now the entranceway to Pula's old town. There’s free time after your tour to stroll through the city, looking for Roman ruins and admiring the coastal views. Overnight sail to Zadar. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 3, Pula-Zadar.
Explore the rich history of Zadar as you tour the city walls and gates, such as the Gate of St. Rok, the only remains of the ancient Roman and early medieval fortifications. Then experience Zadar’s unique attraction, the Sea Organ. It’s a musical marvel you have to hear to believe! This experimental instrument plays music by the sea waves. Take a seat on its marble steps and relax as you listen to the harmonic sounds that travel through a resonating cavity and tubes underneath the water. After your tour you might want to join an optional excursion to Plitvice Lakes. This popular national park is home to 16 lakes connected by a series of waterfalls and set in verdant forests. It is one of the most scenic and spectacular parks in the country! (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 4, Zadar-Sibenik.
Begin sightseeing in Sibenik, one of the oldest Croatian towns on the Adriatic. It is famous for the Cathedral of St James, a UNESCO World Heritage site. After your tour in town your time is free. Perhaps, take an optional excursion to spectacular Krka National Park, just 6 miles (10 km) inland from Sibenik. Named after the Krka River, the park covers an area of about 85 square miles (142 sq km) and includes two thirds of the river itself. The top attraction of Krka is its magnificent waterfalls. There’s time here for plenty of photo opportunities before returning to your ship. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 5, Sibenik-Split.
Split is a splendid 1,700-year-old city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is home to Diocletian’s Palace, a beautifully preserved Roman royal residence. Built on the sea coast of Split around 295 A.D., the structure is more like a city, housing sixteen towers, three temples, and an emperor’s mausoleum. On a walking tour, marvel at its rich Renaissance and Gothic architecture, and admire the peristyle courtyard, Cathedral of St. Domnius, and Roman temples. Then there’s time to explore on your own, shop, or join an optional excursion to Solin and Trogir. In Solin, view the remains of a 2nd century Roman amphitheater. On to Trogir, known as “Little Venice,” a charming Romanesque-Gothic town. Afterward, return to your sip for dinner on board and sail to Island Korcula. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner )

Day 6, Split-Korcula.
After breakfast, start your morning Korcula walking tour. Korcula Island is one of the largest islands in the Adriatic. Famous for its vineyards, olive groves, and spectacular Old Town, it is a perfect holiday destination with something for everyone. It is also the birthplace of the famous world explorer Marco Polo, and his house is open to tourists. Two symbols of the city’s history can be seen on the Land Gate, a bas-relief of the winged lion of St. Mark, from the days it was ruled by Venice, and a commemorative stone tablet of the 1,000th anniversary of the coronation of the first Croatian king. An optional wine tasting is on offer this afternoon, to sample the delightful local vintages. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 7, Korcula - Dubrovnik.
You will arrive early morning to Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic. After an breakfast, take a morning tour of the Old City of Dubrovnik, designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1979. Portions of its city wall date back to the 13th century. The ramparts are intact and encircle the Old City with a circumference of more than 1.5 miles. Don’t miss the chance to take a walking tour along its length for a spectacular panorama of the town. You might also enjoy a cable car ride to Srd Hill for superb views of Dubrovnik’s Old City and its entire Riviera. Return to your cruise ship for Farewell dinner on board. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 8, depart Dubrovnik.
Your journey comes to an end after breakfast this morning. Disembark with memories to treasure forever. Make your own transfer to Dubrovnik’s airport or further explore this beautiful city on your own. Extra nights are available if you wish to extend your stay. (Breakfast)

Start Date

End Date

Per Person in Double/Twin

Boat Name

21 April 2018 28 April 2018 $2,425 - $3,650 M/S Monet
05 May 2018 12 May 2018 $2,725 - $3,950 M/S Monet
21 July 2018 28 July 2018 $2,525 - $3,750 M/S Monet
11 August 2018 18 August 2018 $2,525 - $3,750 M/S Monet
27 Oct 2018 03 Nov 2018 $2,725 - $3,950 M/S Monet

Day 1, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Embarkation.

Welcome to Croatia and the mesmerizing city of Dubrovnik! After making your way to your cruise ship your time is free. Perhaps, stroll around the Old City of Dubrovnik. Portions of its city wall date back to the 13th century and encircle the Old City with a circumference of more than 1.5 miles. You might want to take a walk along its length for a spectacular panorama of the town. Returning to your ship, meet your Cruise Director and the crew, then savor your first dinner on board. Evening departure to Kotor, Montenegro. (Welcome Reception, Dinner)

Day 2, Dubrovnik - Kotor, Montenegro
The town of Kotor is set on the Gulf of Kotor in a picture-perfect Mediterranean landscape. A stroll around the former trade city with your guide shows off its distinctive Medieval architecture and historic monuments. This UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage site is home to myriad churches, including Sveti Tripun, or the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, built in 1166 and a symbol of the city. Then there’s time to explore on your own. Overnight sail to Island Korcula. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 3, Kotor - Korcula, Croatia
After breakfast, take a walking tour of Korcula. Korcula Island is one of the largest islands in the Adriatic. Admire its vineyards, olive groves, and spectacular Old Town. This is also the birthplace of the famous world explorer Marco Polo, and his house is open to tourists. Then your time is free to enjoy the beautiful surroundings, shop, and discover more of the Old Town on your own. An optional wine tasting is on offer this afternoon, to sample the delectable local vintages. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 4, Korcula-Split.
1,700-year-old Split is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to Diocletian’s Palace, a very well preserved Roman royal residence. Built on the coast around 295 A.D., the structure is more like a city, housing sixteen towers, three temples, and an emperor’s mausoleum. On a walking tour, marvel at its rich Renaissance and Gothic architecture. Admire the lovely peristyle courtyard, Cathedral of St. Domnius, and Roman temples. There’s time afterward to explore on your own or to join an optional excursion to Solin and Trogir. In Solin, you’ll see the remains of a 2nd century Roman amphitheater. On to Trogir, known as “Little Venice,” a charming Romanesque-Gothic town. Afterward, return to your ship. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 5, Split-Sibenik.
Begin sightseeing in Sibenik, one of the oldest Croatian towns on the Adriatic. It is famous for the Cathedral of St James, a UNESCO World Heritage site. You’ll also see St. Michael’s Fortess, where the city was born. Then your time is free to explore further on your own or head out to spectacular Krka National Park on an optional excursion. The top attraction of Krka is its magnificent waterfalls. There’s time here for plenty of photo opportunities before returning to your ship. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner )

Day 6, Sibenik-Zadar.
Today starts with tour of Zadar. Explore her rich history as you tour the city walls and gates, such as the Gate of St. Rok, the only remains of the ancient Roman and early medieval fortifications. Your visit would not be complete without experiencing Zadar’s unique attraction, the Sea Organ. This experimental instrument plays music by the sea waves. Take a seat on its marble steps and relax as you listen to the harmonic sounds that travel through a resonating cavity and tubes underneath the water. It’s a musical marvel you have to see to believe! After your tour you might want to join an optional excursion to Plitvice Lakes. This popular national park is home to 16 lakes connected by a series of waterfalls and set in verdant forests. It is one of the most scenic and spectacular parks in the country! (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 7, Zadar - Pula.
Your stop today is in Pula. See her most famous sight, the Roman amphitheater, called the Arena. Built during the 1st century A.D. and completed under the reign of Emperor Flavius, this amphitheater is the sixth largest in the world (of those that still exist). The three-story structure held 23,000 spectators in Roman times and today it hosts numerous concerts and events throughout the year. There’s free time afterward to stroll through the city, looking for Roman ruins and admiring the coastal views. (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea and Hors D’oevrus, Dinner)

Day 8, Pula - Venice, Disembarkation.
Arriving in Venice, savor one more breakfast on board, then your journey will come to an end. Disembark with memories to treasure forever. Make your own transfer to Venice’s airport or further explore this beautiful city on your own. Extra nights are available if you wish to extend your stay. (Breakfast)

Start Date

End Date

Per Person in Double/Twin

Boat Name

28 April 2018 05 May 2018 $2,425 - $3,650 M/S Monet
12 May 2018 19 May 2018 $2,725 - $3,950 M/S Monet
28 July 2018 04 August 2018 $2,525 - $3,750 M/S Monet
18 August 2018 25 August 2018 $2,525 - $3,750 M/S Monet
03 Nov 2018 10 Nov 2018 $2,425 - $3,650 M/S Monet

The Monet is a graceful, refurbished yacht and an ideal vessel for plying the waters of the Adriatic. She has ample seating space for moments of relaxation, a mini-library with a variety of books and magazines and modern A/V equipment for presentations. Keep in shape during your cruise at the gym, featuring a variety of fitness equipment. The glass-enclosed dining room seats up to 60 passengers and allows for panoramic views of the stunning scenery you will cruise along. The bar and lounge with an open deck in the back offer an ideal spot for reading, relaxing, or dancing under the stars to the sounds of mesmerizing music.

At 223 ft/68 m long, the Monet can accommodate up to 60 guests in 30 double bedded or twin cabins, located on the Camille, Parisian, and Lumiere Decks. Cabins on the Camille and Parisian Decks feature two oversized portholes, while cabins on the Lumiere Deck have large windows. All cabins offer central A/C and ventilation, a mini-bar, flat screen satellite TV, phone system, and hairdryer. The Monet is also equipped with a Wi-Fi internet connection (free of charge). The latest state of the art safety equipment is installed on board and maintained by all 29 trained crew members. The ratio of guest passenger to crew members allows for an exquisite service experience.

Airline tickets
Airport arrival and/or departure transfers, available upon request at additional cost
Personal travel Insurance
Laundry service available upon request at additional charge
Visa entry fee if required
Incidentals such as telephone charges, optional excursions and items not mentioned in itinerary
Gratuity to ship crew, wait-staff, local tour guides, bus drivers and cruise director, but it is highly appreciated

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