Experience the highlights of gay sailing Croatia with this group trip through Dubrovnik, Brac and Split. Sail across the Adriatic on a luxury catamaran with fellow gay travellers as well as a gay crew.
Enjoy Dubrovnik at your leisure before boarding begins at 5pm. Once aboard you’ll be shown to your cabin by our gay skipper.
This morning our journey begins, as we sail towards the island of Mljet. Before we reach our destination, we’ll stop for lunch and a spot of swimming in a nearby bay. Later, we will dock at Sobra, the main port on the island.
Today’s destination is Korcula, a well-preserved medieval town and the birthplace of Marco Polo. Before we arrive at Korcula however, we’ll sail along the impressive coast of Peljesac and into the narrow channel.
After leaving Korcula we’ll continue to Lastavo. Explore the island’s beautiful natural bays, quaint coves and views from the meteorological station.
From Lastavo we sail to the island of Vis. Home to fifty-four bays and coves, we’ll have plenty of choice as to where to stop for lunch and a swim.
The last stop before Split on this gay sailing trip is Brac. As one of the biggest islands, Brac has a deep cove that’s great to stop off at. We’ll be spending the night in Milna, a charming village on the cove.
Before we return to Trogir, Split, we’ll stop at one last bay for another warm water dive.