Croatia Cruise 2022

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CROATIA CRUISES UNIQUE CRUISES AMONG A THOUSAND ISLANDS 2022 BLUE CRUISE

SWIMMING SUNBATHING BICYCLING HIKING DISCOVERING ISLANDHOPPING CHARTER


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Your Day on Board The day starts with the breakfast…

Lunch on board …

Swimming breaks during the day …

Discover beautiful places at night.

That’s what our guests say : Gerd and Ulrike H.: The week on the ship MY Relax was uniquely beautiful. We believe that it is rare to experience such a unique cruise. We were a super group and had a great crew with a very sympathetic, top captain, who made it possible for all of us to have a wonderful holiday during this difficult time. Silvia R.: We are currently on our way to the Croatian islands from Dubrovnik on the MY Solaris with Captain Ante and his super nice crew, it is a wonderful trip on a beautiful ship, we will definitely go again. Dream holidays. Andrea T.: We were on the MS Maček for a week and it was just super nice! Our captain Kristijan took us to the most beautiful bays, so we were in two different dream bays almost every day. The crew was very obliging and concerned about their guests! Rosi W.: I’m just on the MY Relax, indescribably beautiful! Silke L.: The week was simply great. I have never been to Croatia before, and am absolutely thrilled. We have cruised in all areas of the world so far. But what we experienced with the MS ARIA and her crew, was 7 days the most beautiful and personal, individual and original trip we have ever experienced. Britta S. and Michael P.: Thank you very much for this wonderful holiday, which we enjoyed very much. We received a very friendly welcome and were looked after throughout the entire trip. There was never an incident or dissatisfaction – the Riva team was very well prepared and always friendly, helpful and obliging. There was nothing to complain about – with regard to Corona, everything was done so that all guests could enjoy their holiday on the ship or during the activities without fear. Monika Z.: Best regards from our tour with MY Mystic. Everything was fine – the ship, the captain and the crew!


I.D. Riva Tours – that we are We are the leading specialist for travel to Croatia in the German-speaking countries. Already since 1994 we offer our customers a wide selection for a perfect holiday in Croatia, we are very proud of that. The abbreviation “I.D.” in the company name not only symbolises the two regions Istria and Dalmatia, but also stands for an important guiding principle in the company: new ideas. Every year we expand our product range with new offers that show the diverse and varied sides of the country. ■ We don’t just send you off on holiday, we are there to help and advise you both in the

planning and during your stay. Quality, service and know-how are our top priorities!

■ Every single accommodation – whether a vessel, hotel, holiday home or vacation

rental – has been quality checked by us and selected for you. We know the captains of our ships as well as the owners of our holiday homes and vacation rentals personally.

Before your holiday ■ Competent advice and preparation of various offers to choose from, taking into

account current availability and prices. Choose from various travel options – whether by bus, plane or you own car. Or book a rental car with us on site! We have numerous travel ideas for you, also use our know-how for great travel combinations such as cruise & hotel or cruise & holiday home. In addition, you will find very good “Travel & Save” offers with us!

can find our complete programme on the internet at idriva.com (English), idriva.de (German) and idriva.hr (Croatian), as well as in German language in our brochures “Croatia” with a focus on hotels and resorts, and “Cruises among a thousand islands”, both as printed copies, as well as online for download and as flip page versions.

■ You

During your holiday ■ When you book a cruise with I.D. Riva Tours, you get full service at the best price. Our

captains are also the owners of the ships and therefore your hosts. Get to know the lonely coves of the Croatian islands and refresh yourself with a jump into the crystal clear water of the Adriatic Sea. In the afternoons and evenings you can stroll around the most beautiful harbour towns and villages of the Mediterranean. Half board or full board is already included in the cruise price. In addition, we also offer numerous active tours that focus on cycling or hiking. You will find a detailed overview of the services directly in the itinerary descriptions.

■ All our accommodation has been selected by us according to strict criteria. We use our

many years of experience to select the best accommodation for our guests from the huge range on offer. In any case, we make sure that the value for money ratio is right!

■ When you book a holiday home or vacation rental with I.D. Riva Tours, there are no

additional costs or hidden charges. Included in the price are: bed linen, towels, sojourn tax, electricity, gas and water costs, the final cleaning and the use of the air conditioning (if available). We also waive the deposit.

■ Covid-19: As a tour operator, the well-being of our guests has the highest priority.

Therefore, we always keep you informed about current health measures and regulations at riva.to/actual

■ In almost all hotels and holiday resorts, the sojourn tax and the registration fee are

already included in the price of the holiday. For mobile homes, the final cleaning is often included or has to be paid directly with the booking, registration fee and sojourn tax sometimes have to be paid on site. This is always specified in detail in our descriptions and price tables.

■ You will receive all the necessary information and telephone numbers with your travel

documents. This means you can always reach your representative, who is available to you around the clock in case of emergency!

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After your holiday We have specialised exclusively in Croatia and it is our goal to convince our guests of the beauty of this country in all its facets. We would be very happy if you let us know after your trip whether we succeeded in doing so. You are also welcome to share your experiences with others, for example on Facebook or Instagram.

Law & Service : Your advantages of booking your holiday with I.D. Riva Tours ■ I.D. Riva Tours is a German tour operator based in Munich and is exclusively subject

to German law and legislation. This means a very high level of legal security for you!

■ Our cruises are package tours according to § 651a BGB (Package Travel Act). The same

applies to stays in hotels, holiday resorts, holiday homes, apartments and mobile homes, insofar as they are booked in a package with a flight or bus journey. Package holidays are subject to the strict Package Travel Act, which offers the traveller protection in many respects.

■ Ship charters, as well as stays in hotels, holiday resorts, holiday homes, vacation rent-

als and mobile homes booked without a flight or bus journey are individual services that do not fall under the Package Travel Act.

■ All payments made on the travel price of package tours are insured with R+V Insur-

ance in the event of our insolvency. You will receive a so-called security certificate with the booking confirmation.

■ If deficiencies occur during your trip or in the accommodation booked with us and you

report this to our tour guide, we are obliged to rectify these immediately. If these cannot be rectified, you are entitled to a reduction in the tour price.

■ If the airline cancels your flight booked with us as part of a package tour or is insolvent

and no longer flies at all, we are obliged to provide a replacement. Of course without any additional costs for you.

■ Wherever you spend your holiday with us, you will be looked after by our represen-

tatives. On the cruises, personally at embarkation and disembarkation, and beyond that by phone.

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Poreč

Bosiljevo

Zagreb

Vienna Graz

Karlovac

Rijeka

Opatija

Pula Krk Cres

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Rab

Lošinj Pag

Zadar

Paklenica National Park

Dugi Otok

Krka Waterfalls National Park

Kornati Islands National Park

Trogir Split Šolta

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Brač

Makarska Vis

Hvar

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Korčula

Motorway Main Road Port of Embarkation Airport National Park

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Lastovo

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Table of Contents I.D. Riva Tours – that we are

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Port of Embarkation TROGIR

Table of Contents

6-7

Port Information Trogir

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The small but nice Difference…

8-9

Pre-Cruise Stay at Trogir

77

76-113

Charter of Vessels

10-11

MY Azzurro

78

Quality has Tradition

12-13

MY Bellezza

79

Categories of our Vessels

14-15

MY Relax

80

Our Fleet at a Glance

16-18

MY Mystic

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All Itineraries at a Glance

19-21

MS Amore

82

Learn about the Benefits of our Cruises

22-23

MS Azimut

83

Active Cruises

24-25

MY Vilma

84

Frequently Asked Questions

26-28

MS Otac Ivan

85

Port of Embarkation RIJEKA

29-57

MS Mirabela

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Port Information Rijeka

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MS Jerkić

87

Pre-Cruise Stay at Rijeka

30

MS Aneta

88

MY Suzana

31

MS Orkan

89

MY Alpha

32

MS Ribič

90

MY Vita

33

MS Pravedan

91

MS Aria

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Route T1 | 1 week

92-93

MS Maček

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Route T2 | 1 week

94-95

MS Albatros

36

Route T3 | 1 week

96-97

MS Kapetan Kuka

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Route T4 | 2 weeks

98-99

MS Poseidon

38

Route T5 | 1 week

MS Sveti Vid

39

Route T7 | Captain’s Route | 1 week

102

MS Planka

40

Route T8 | Sailing Trip | 1 week

103

MS Zelenbor

41

Route TF | Nudist Cruise | 1 week

104-105

100-101

Route R1 | 1 week

42-43

Route TC | “Active & Cappuccino” | 1 week

106-107

Route R4 | 2 weeks

44-45

Route TD | Islandhopping by Bicycle | 1 week

108-109

Route R7 | Captain’s Route | 1 week

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Route TV | Bicycle & Rafting | 1 week

110-111

Route R8 | Sailing Trip | 1 week

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Route Plan, Dates & Prices ex Trogir

112-113 114-118

Route RF | Nudist Cruise | 1 week

48-49

Port of Embarkation DUBROVNIK

Route RP | Pirate Cruise | 1 week

50-51

Port Information Dubrovnik

114

Relax Cruises

Route RC | “Active & Cappuccino” | 1 week

52-53

MY Solaris

115

Active Cruises

Route RB | Islandhopping by Bicycle | 1 week

54-55

Route D1 | 1 week

Route Plan, Dates & Prices ex Rijeka

56-57

Route Plan, Dates & Prices ex Dubrovnik

Port of Embarkation ZADAR

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Boat Charter

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Dubrovnik

116-117 118 119-126

Port Information Zadar

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Charter – General Information

119

Pre-Cruise Stay at Zadar

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Charter – Ideas & Suggestions

120-121

MY Voyage

60

Dates & Prices Charter

122-123

MS Carpe Diem

61

Important Information about Charter

124-125

MS Sagena

62

Charter – Calculation Example

MS Kažimir

63

Information

MS Kruna Mora

64

Technical Specifications of our Vessels

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MS Dalmatino

126 127

Information about Island Hopping by Bicycle

128-129

Route Z2 | 1 week

66-67

Important Remarks and Information

130-134

Route ZC | “Active & Cappuccino” | 1 week

68-69

How to travel to Croatia?

Route ZB | Islandhopping by Bicycle | 1 week

70-71

General Travel Terms and Conditions

Route ZW | Hiking Cruise | 1 week

72-73

Cruise & Stay

Route Z7 | Captain’s Route | 1 week

74

Route Plan, Dates & Prices ex Zadar

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135 136-137 138

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Visting the captain’s bridge

The small, but nice difference …

Swimming pool aboard – Needless !

Jump off and dive in !

Enjoy regional food instead of a queue at the buffet

Meet the country and its people 8


Celebratimg 28 Years of Riva Cruises!

No cruising at night

25 companions instead of 3,469 passengers

Forget the gym !

Strolling in the most beautiful towns

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Conquer the Sea with Family, Frie In addition to booking individual cabins on the ships and routes offered in this brochure, you can also charter an entire ship for you and your group. From the classic motorised sailing ship with only six cabins for up to 13 passengers to our deluxe ships with up to 19 cabins for a maximum of 40 passengers, there is certainly something for every group.

Charter of a motorised Sailing Ship or a Motor Yacht in Croatia If you look at the way people spend their free time, young and old alike like to spend a lot of time socialising – with the family, friends or a combination of different groups. After all, we all know the wonderful evenings and funny get-togethers that make us want to let time stand still. Sun, sea and interesting discovery tours – a vessel charter is a wonderful way to spend a relaxing and eventful holiday together. Discover the Croatian islands, charming coastal towns and picturesque bathing bays together.

Included Services The charter price includes the following services: ■ 1 week charter with captain and crew ■ Choice of half board or full board ■ Welcome snack and Captain’s dinner ■ Fuel for up to 5 hours sailing daily ■ Bed linen ■ Water and electricity supply ■ WiFi internet ■ I.D. Riva Tours Service Team (representa-

tive, porter, parking service) at the port of embarkation and disembarkation

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The right programme for everyone Ideal for families and friends: there is a carefree, sociable atmosphere on board the ships. Without the hustle and bustle and the daily packing of suitcases, new sights and the most beautiful bathing bays beckon every day. Are you celebrating a birthday or anniversary in the near future? Take advantage of the occasion and spend a wonderful time together on board. Clubs and associations appreciate the variety of activities that can be combined with the boat routes. Guided cycling stages with rental bikes, for example, allow for an interesting change of perspective from land to sea. Or do you love yoga? The sun decks are perfect for a relaxing start to the day. Due to the exclusivity of the charter and the customisable implementation of the trip, our ships are also ideal venues for seminars, workshops and team building. All meals on board are freshly prepared and the evening shore excursions offer good opportunities for culinary discoveries in typical local bars and restaurants.

Activities Would you like to experience more than sun, wind and sea? Combine your charter cruise with further activities (for an extra charge). We are happy to offer you selected excursions – whether to UNESCO cities with their cultural-historical monuments or to various National parks. For sports enthusiasts, your cruise can also be combined with cycling, hiking, Nordic walking, kayaking or rafting.

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MS Poseidon & MY Vita

Family-run Businesses The I.D. Riva Tours fleet, whose tradition can be traced back to the 1960s, sees quality as an expression of its enthusiasm, hospitality and pride. The ships in our fleet are all privately owned by the captains and their families. Our many years of experience show that this is a very important point, because they look after their floating home during the summer months at least as well as they look after their house and yard. The captain‘s family not only personally ensures the safety and well-being of the guests on board. Throughout the winter, the ships are cared for with great care and love and prepared for the upcoming summer season. In addition, the Croatian Register of Shipping, in which all our ships are registered, carries out the most meticulous annual inspections in accordance with EU regulations. If a ship does not meet the high safety standards of the CRS, permission to carry passengers will not be granted. The Ercegović family – three generations – MY Mystic, MY Relax & MY Azzurro

Hospitality The hospitality on board our ships is also a typical feature of family-run businesses, which is why we like to call them “floating family guesthouses”. That the name says it all is confirmed by the number of guests who return to the same ship year after year. The crew consists of the captain, cook and sailors. On board the ships there is a light-hearted, sociable atmosphere without stiff seating and dress codes. In addition to the booked half board, the captain invites you to a welcome snack and a Captain’s dinner.

MS Mirabela

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Quality has Tradition

Our Itineraries We offer cruises from four ports: Rijeka, Zadar, Trogir, and Dubrovnik. Every Saturday from 9th April to 15th October 2022, it’s “Cast off”! You can choose from 25 itineraries, please also see following pages. In addition to the classic one and twoweek bathing and sightseeing routes, captain’s routes and pirate cruises are offered, as well as MY Relax four guided cycling routes and one hiking route. Also recommended for active guests are the three multi-active “Active & Cappuccino” cruises, which Our veseels are motorised sailing ships and include a kayak or rafting safari as a highlight in motor yachts. They offer space for 13 to 40 peo- addition to short bike tours, hikes and city tours! ple and differ in terms of their equipment. In addiIn addition, there are cruises for nudists on tion to the corresponding cabins, they also have a selected dates – from Rijeka and, since 2020, also saloon and a sun deck. It is difficult to answer the from Trogir. If you would like to experience what it questions which ship is the best or which two ships feels like to sail the Adriatic on a real sailor, we recare comparable. Ships can be built the same or simommend the sailing trips from Rijeka and Trogir. ilarly, but they will always differ from each other. This is because there are many factors that make up Our tip for single travellers: On many ships, cabthe quality of a cruise and contribute to the satis- ins for single use are offered without a single faction of our guests. cabin surcharge.

Our Vessels

To make it easier for you to decide, we have divided the ships into four different categories, according to their equipment. You will find more information on the next two pages. The table “Technical data of our fleet” at the end of this brochure also gives you a quick overview. Furthermore, each ship is described in detail in this brochure. Here you will find interesting information not only about the ship’s equipment, but also about its history, its owner family and crew. Whichever ship you choose: We are sure that you will make the right choice for the most beautiful weeks of the year.

Don’t forget : All ships can also be chartered – including crew and fuel – exclusively for a closed group. Perfect for groups, families and friends who want to experience an exclusive holiday together at affordable prices!

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Categories of our Vessels

The ships shown here are examples of the respective category. You will find the entire fleet on the following pages.

DELUXE Luxury steel-hull motor yachts offering upscale service, spacious and comfortable cabins with separate beds or queen-size bed and private bathroom facilities including a shower stall and a WC, as well as individually controllable air conditioning. Further amenities include a covered lounge area on the upper deck and a bathing platform at the stern, as well as breakfast buffet.

Cabins with shower/toilet

Cabins with air conditioning Single beds

✔ ✔ ✔

Bunk beds

WiFi internet

Bathing platform with showers

Queen-size beds

MY Solaris MY Bellezza

MY Azzurro

MY Relax

PREMIUM

Cabins with shower/toilet

Cabins with air conditioning Single beds

✔ ✔ ✔

Bunk beds

WiFi internet

Comfortable designed motorized sailing boats and motor yachts, mostly with steel hull. Our premium vessels offer upscale service, comfy cabins with separate beds or queen-size bed and private bathroom facilities (shower and WC), as well as individually controllable air conditioning. Most vessels feature a bathing platform at the stern.

MS Maček

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Queen-size beds

Bathing platform with showers

✔ / ✘

MY Vilma

MS Aria

MS Albatros


Cabins with shower/toilet

Cabins with air conditioning

WiFi internet

✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

Bathing platform with showers

Queen-size beds Single beds Bunk beds

MS Aneta

MS Otac Ivan MS Zelenbor

MS Mirabela

COMFORT PLUS Motorized sailing boats either with a wooden or a steel hull. Cabins feature bunk beds, separate beds or queen-size bed and private bathroom facilities (shower and WC). Furthermore, each cabin is equipped with individually controllable air conditioning.

MS Kapetan Kuka

Cabins with shower/toilet

Cabins with air conditioning

Queen-size beds

Single beds

Bunk beds WiFi internet

✔ ✔

Bathing platform with showers

COMFORT Wooden motorized sailing boats with cabins including bunk beds or queen-size bed and private bathroom facilities (shower and WC). Air conditioning is provided in the cabin alleyway of the lower deck. MS Orkan

MS Ribič

MS Pravedan

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Our Fleet at a Glance On these three pages we present the vessels of our fleet with the most important technical characteristics. The vessels are sorted by port of embarkation and category. The categories Comfort, Comfort Plus, Premium and Deluxe are described on the previous pages 14 / 15. Further details can be found in the descriptions of the vessels and in the table „Technical data“ on page 127.

MY Suzana

MS Maček DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

Port of embarkation

steel 48 m 40 17 2

Hull Length Passengers Single/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MY Alpha

Air conditioning

page 35 Rijeka steel 35 m 33 1 / 13 2

✔ ✔

MS Albatros DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

PREMIUM

page 32 Rijeka

Port of embarkation

steel 48.50 m 40 17 2

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MY Vita

Air conditioning

page 36 Rijeka wood 29 m 22 8 2

✔ ✔

MS Kapetan Kuka DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT PLUS

page 33 Rijeka

Port of embarkation

steel 37 m 38 16 2

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple/quadruple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Aria

Air conditioning

page 37 Rijeka steel 36 m 34 9 4/1

✔ ✔

MS Poseidon PREMIUM Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

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PREMIUM

page 31 Rijeka

page 34 Rijeka steel 43.50 m 38 16 2

✔ ✔

COMFORT PLUS Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

page 38 Rijeka wood 28.50 m 22 11 —

✔ ✔


MS Sveti Vid

MS Kažimir COMFORT PLUS Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT PLUS

page 39 Rijeka

Port of embarkation

wood 35.50 m 37 11 5

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Planka

Air conditioning

page 63 Zadar wood 39 m 36 9 6

✔ ✔

MS Kruna Mora COMFORT PLUS Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT PLUS

page 40 Rijeka

Port of embarkation

wood 27.30 m 24 7 4

Hull Length Passengers Single/double cabins Triple/quadruple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Zelenbor

Air conditioning

page 64 Zadar wood 43.75 m 35 1 / 12 2/1

✔ ✔

MS Dalmatino COMFORT Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT PLUS

page 41 Rijeka

Port of embarkation

wood 23 m 13 5 1

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

Air conditioning

MY Voyage

page 65 Zadar wood 26 m 26 13 —

✔ ✔

MY Azzurro DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Single/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

DELUXE

page 60 Zadar

Port of embarkation

steel 44 m 37 1/15 2

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Carpe Diem

Air conditioning

page 78 Trogir steel 46 m 40 17 2

✔ ✔

MY Bellezza PREMIUM Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

DELUXE

page 61 Zadar

Port of embarkation

steel 40 m 35 16 1

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Sagena

Air conditioning

page 79 Trogir steel 50 m 40 17 2

✔ ✔

MY Relax PREMIUM Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

page 62 Zadar wood 31 m 18 6 2

✔ ✔

DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

page 80 Trogir steel 46 m 40 17 2

✔ ✔

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MY Mystic

MS Jerkić DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

Port of embarkation

steel 42 m 40 17 2

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Amore

Air conditioning

page 87 Trogir wood 25 m 24 9 2

✔ ✔

MS Aneta PREMIUM Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT PLUS

page 82 Trogir

Port of embarkation

steel 40 m 40 17 2

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Azimut

Air conditioning

page 88 Trogir wood 32 m 32 13 2

✔ ✔

MS Orkan PREMIUM Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT

page 83 Trogir

Port of embarkation

steel 33 m 40 14 4

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MY Vilma

Air conditioning

page 89 Trogir wood 20 m 20 10 —

✔ —

MS Ribič PREMIUM Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT

page 84 Trogir

Port of embarkation

steel 30 m 28 11 2

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Otac Ivan

Air conditioning

page 90 Trogir wood 25 m 20 10 —

✔ —

MS Pravedan COMFORT PLUS Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

COMFORT

page 85 Trogir

Port of embarkation

wood 33 m 37 14 3

Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet

✔ ✔

MS Mirabela

Air conditioning

page 91 Trogir wood 21 m 14 7 —

✔ —

MY Solaris COMFORT PLUS Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

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COMFORT PLUS

page 81 Trogir

page 86 Trogir wood 25.50 m 26 7 4

✔ ✔

DELUXE Port of embarkation Hull Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning

page 115 Dubrovnik steel 44 m 39 18 1

✔ ✔


All Itineraries at a Glance Active Cruises (guided tours) you will find on this page. Relax & Sightseeing Cruises you will find on the next two pages.

Island Hopping by Bicycle through the Kvarner Bay Rijeka

Route

RB

Malinska

Njivice

Krk

Predošćica

Hiking Cruise through the Islands of Northern Dalmatia Rijeka – Island of Krk – Island of Rab – Island of Pag – Island of Lošinj – Island of Cres – Rijeka

Route StarigradPaklenica

Lopar Rab Lun

Pula E

Zadar

Veli Rat Božava N

Pages 52/53

S

Telašćica

E

Mandre

Mali Lošinj

W

Zaton

Obrovac

Preko

Osor

N

Vir

Zverinac

Cres Martinšćica

ZW

Kornat

W

Zadar – Island of Ugljan – Kornati Islands National Park – Island of Dugi Otok – StarigradPaklenica – Obrovac – Krupa Canyon – Island of Vir – Zaton – Zadar Pages 72/73

S

“Active & Cappuccino” Cruise through the Kvarner “Active & Cappuccino” Cruise Bay with kayak safari on the Zrmanja River through Central & Southern Dalmatia Rijeka

Route

RC

Njivice Krk Cres Rab Lun

Pula

Mandre

Zrmanja Canyon

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Through the Kvarner Islands and Northern Dalmatia to Zadar and the Kornati Islands Rijeka

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Nautical Paradise, UNESCO World Heritage & National Parks

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Learn about the Benefits of our Cruises: ■ Accommodation in a “floating, family-

owned guest house”, where the captain is not only the owner and your host, but where mostly even other family members are taking care of your well-being. ■ Depending on the vessel size, 3 to 8 crew

members (captain, chef, sailor, steward…) for only 16 to 35 guests on board on average. ■ Half board – 7 x breakfast, 6 x 3-course

lunch or dinner, welcome snack and dinner on the day of embarkation, 1x Captain‘s dinner. With full board, you will get dinner on the other days as well. ■ Clean cabins and crisp sheets upon arrival ■ Daily “excursions”, as you are going to

explore a new exciting destination on every single day of the cruise. ■ Every day a unique bay to discover and to

take a dip in the crystal-clear sea ■ Fuel for 7 days ■ Water and electricity ■ I.D. Riva Tours staff (representative, por-

ters, parking service) during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Additional during the “Island Hopping by

bicycle” and our “Active & Cappuccino” routes: bike guides, bike rental, helmet ■ Additional during our “Hiking Cruise”:

hiking guide

Cast off and enjoy the Voyage !

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This Year adds extra Value to your Cruise ! Half Board with Extras Half board includes dinner on embarkation day, breakfast and lunch or breakfast and dinner on the following days of the cruise. Furthermore, the half board service includes a welcome snack and a captain’s dinner.

Cabins for Single Use without Surcharge On most of our vessels you may book twin or double cabins for single use without surcharge! You may find the available number of cabins without surcharge per vessel and per departure in our price list. In any case: the sooner you book, the better chances you have to profit from this advantageous offer!

Child Discount One child up to 149 years of age receives a 50% discount when sharing a triple cabin with two adults. The discount is 30 % for accommodation in a double cabin with one adult or two children with two adults in two double cabins.

Discount for the 3rd Adult When booking a triple cabin for 3 adults, the third person gets a discount of 20 % on the cruise price.

Guided Tours Enjoy complimentary guided city tours with licenced guides in Rab, Zadar, Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik.

Free Parking No matter whether you book a two-weekcruise (Route R4 or T4), or whether you combine two one-week-cruises: You will park your car free of charge during the second week!

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27 Years Riva Island Hopping As the leading tour operator for cruises in Croatia, we believe in our mission of offering active holidays, combining nature, cuisine and culture of the “Country of thousand Islands”. In 1996, we offered for the first time “Island Hopping by Bike”. The ideal blend of biking holidays and a cruise – for those who wish to explore day by day new landscapes by bike, without having to change their hotel every day. The hotel should rather accompany them – in our case “swim with them” – and avoid every day packing of luggage.

Riva Bike Guides We remember well how in the early years we trained our tour guides for this new kind of tourism. We were able to find either athletic cyclists or tour guides with excellent language skills, but rarely someone who featured both abilities. Today, I.D. Riva Tours has a great team of qualified bike guides who participated in seminars and speak fluent English and German, besides other foreign languages.

Routes & Tours Our bike guides are also our most important advisors when it comes to design the routes – of course, also for this brochure. Their experience is the basis for improving the existing routes, as well as for planning the new ones. We try to describe the tours as accurately as possible. The tour profiles help you to get an idea of the level of difficulty. The altitude information in the profiles was determined using modern GPS technology. Of course, the Riva Team including the bike guides are always available to answer any questions you may have.

Kayak & Rafting Excursions by kayak and rafting tours offer refreshing new adventures on our active routes. The tours have an average difficulty level and are suitable for any age. Previous experience is not necessary, and after a brief introduction, you are ready to go. A unique opportunity to experience the breathtaking natural beauty of the Croatian rivers Cetina and Zrmanja and their canyons. The operators and leaders of these trips can look back on many years of experience, and of course they have all necessary licenses.

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Active Cruises


“Active & Cappuccino” For closed groups, field trips or team-building trips, we have created special programs many times before. A combination of cruise, swimming and sunbathing, culture, cuisine and activities that do not require physical condition, but represent a challenge to sportsmanship. The planning and discussion of such programs often starts like this: “I’d love cycling but do not know if I’m fit enough. Hiking – maybe once in a while. I would like to try rafting, but not necessarily alone.” These and many other questions will come up with some people, who during their holidays like to be active, but also wish to swim and relax on the beach, or enjoy a laid-back cappuccino on a Mediterranean terrace. Precisely such people were on our mind, when we designed the “Cappuccino Routes”, combining the most popular elements of our tours. A bit of everything, but always following the motto “You can do it all – or just relax”.

Our Bikes & E-bikes Our bikes are sturdy trekking bikes with aluminium frames, Shimano gear shift, lightweight luggage racks and bottle holders. We pay great attention to our bicycle fleet. The bikes are not only cleaned and serviced after every tour; about every three years they are replaced. On our Routes RC, ZC and TC also children’s bicycles are available. In recent years, e-bikes (electric bicycles) have increasingly come into vogue. Of course, we do support this new trend, and therefore we are offering you the opportunity to rent e-bikes on our active cruises. This will give elderly and not experienced guests the opportunity to participate in more challenging tours, because the e-bikes will ease the trip, especially on uphill tracks.

Hiking Cruise For many years we offer you the possibility to explore and discover the coastline and the islands by foot. This year’s hiking cruise starts in Zadar. You are accommodated on the vessel MS Dalmatino, which besides taking you from island to island anchors in various bays where you can enjoy a dip in the crystal-clear water. The daily hiking trips under the supervision of experienced tour and mountain guides are of easy to medium level of difficulty. Alpine knowledge and peak performance is not required. Even though some ascents might be slightly strenuous, the amazing views onto the sea and the islands are rewarding.

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How do I get to the boat if I am arriving by plane? If you are arriving by plane, you are responsible for your transfer to the port of embarkation or to the first overnight port. Of course, you can book your transfer from the airport to the ship and vice versa as a separate service with I.D. Riva Tours. Then, you do not have to take care of anything, and we will transfer you from the airport directly to your boat. ➔ page 132, Embarkation & Arriving by Plane

Frequently Asked

How is the organization in the port? Upon your arrival at the port of embarkation, our representatives will welcome you and will show you where to find your boat. Our luggage porters will help you to bring aboard your luggage. ➔ page 132, Embarkation & Arrival by Car

cabins on the upper deck

Where can I leave my car during the cruise? In all ports of embarkation, we will gladly arrange secure parking lots for you. ➔ page 132, Embarkation & Arrival by Car

sun deck

How much luggage may I take aboard? Generally, there is no limit. But you should keep in mind that the space in the cabins is restricted and that there are no storerooms aboard. And as there is no dress code, you can leave formal clothing like evening gowns and tuxedos at home. ➔ page 131, Clothing and Luggage

What is the difference between lower, main and upper deck? The differences are illustrated in the picture on the right. By the way, cabins on the lower deck are at least partly above the water line. When making your reservation, you may choose between cabins on deck or cabins below deck (subject to availability). Please note that with booking of a cabin on deck, the cabin could be located either on the main or on the upper deck of the vessel. Preferences regarding a certain deck are not subject to prior confirmation.

What about air ventilation aboard? The cabins on the lower deck are provided with air ventilation ducts. Additionally, all cabins have got portholes which partly can be opened at calm sea. In the cabins on the main or upper deck, you can usually leave the cabin door a bit open and lock it in this position. Some cabins on the main or upper deck have got an additional porthole.

Are there deck chairs aboard? On almost all ships there are deck chairs and/or sun loungers on the sun deck, on some ships there are lounger mattresses. Please note the exact details in the ship descriptions.

cabins on the lower deck with porthole

Is there enough shade aboard? Of course, there is enough shade aboard. Usually, bigger vessels have got a covered part at the stern on the main deck, apart from that, parts of the sundeck are protected by a canvas cover.

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Notice: The explanation of the superconstruction is an example only. The position of the saloon, the sun decks etc. varies from boat to boat. Please see the detailed boat descriptions.

cabins on the main deck


Are your cruises only for younger people?

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Surely not. The guests on our cruises are mainly between 25 and 70 years old, sometimes even older. But please be aware that you should be able to move without other’s assistance, especially regarding narrow alleyways and steep stairs. ➔ page 133, Movement on Board

Is a cruise suitable for children? Of course it is. And without any doubt, it is a great experience for children. Because of the special conditions aboard, we recommend our cruises for children at least at school age, and they should definitely be able to swim. ➔ page 133, Children on Board

Will our children have companion of the same age aboard? sun deck

It is impossible to exactly answer this question. Off season you should not count too much on children aboard. But during the school holidays, you certainly will meet children aboard, especially on boats with triple cabins.

Do I have to stay always within the group aboard? shade on the upper deck

No, you do not have to. Our boats are big enough so that you will always find a quiet place for yourself, e.g. to read a book.

Are the guides aboard permanently? On our “Island Hopping by Bicycle” and hiking cruises as well as on the “Active & Cappuccino” itineraries, a tour guide will accompany you during the entire cruise. During the regular cruises, there are no guides aboard. Sightseeing tours and excursions as per itinerary, are guided by local guides. With chartering one of our boats, you have the possibility to book a guide for the duration of the cruise (subject to surcharge).

Are the boats sailing at night? No, we are sailing at daylight only. During the night, the boats will moor in ports or coves.

Are there towels aboard? For your convenience, towels are provided on all our vessels (2 towels per person upon arrival). You are kindly requested to bring your own beach towels. ➔ page 130, Cabins

Is there bed linen aboard? Of course, at your arrival the beds are made up for you. ➔ page 130, Cabins

shade on the main deck

Is it allowed to sleep outside on deck? Of course, it is allowed. Many of our guests have already discovered that it is a unique experience to spend the night in the fresh air, under the sparkling Mediterranean stars. ➔ page 133, Sleeping on Deck

Does the air conditioning run constantly?

saloon on the main deck

To be continued … ➔

No, it does not. The air conditioning is working only when the ship’s engine or the power engine is running, or when the ship is connected to the power supply ashore. When staying overnight in secluded coves or in fishermen’s vil-

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lages without connection for power supply, the air conditioning is mainly switched off. In some harbours, the electrical supply may be too weak to distribute enough power to multiple ships with air conditioning. ➔ page 133, Air Conditioning

Which is the most beautiful itinerary? It is very difficult to answer this question. Each of our itineraries has its own, unique charme. In this brochure, you will find 24 different routes, and we have done our best to make each single itinerary a unique and memorable cruising experience. If you are chartering one of our boats, you will be very flexible regarding the composition of your route, and for sure we have more than 100 ideas for you…

Will there be enough time during the cruise for swimming? Of course, our boats are dropping anchor every day in the most beautiful coves, which are inviting for a swim.

Who decides on the route when chartering a boat? The routes within Croatian territorial waters can be discussed individually. Just tell us your ideas and wishes, and together with the captain and our team on the spot, we will plan your personal itinerary, in advance. ➔ pages 120 & 130, Route Planning

Which meals are included with Half board ? Half board comprises breakfast and lunch or breakfast and dinner. The half board service starts with a snack on the day of arrival, as soon as embarkation is completed. Later on, dinner will be served. Furthermore, a captain’s dinner is held once per voyage. ➔ pages 130, The Food

What’s for eats? For breakfast, coffee and tea, bread, butter and jam are served. Partly, you will get cold cuts, cheese, eggs or yoghurt as well. The main dishes (lunch and/or dinner) consist of soups or starters, meat or fish with side dishes and salad, and dessert or fruit. Specific characteristics for “Island Hopping by Bicycle” and “Hiking Cruises” you will find on the information pages under “The Food”. ➔ pages 130, The Food

Is it allowed to bring own beverages aboard? No, it is not allowed to bring your own beverages aboard. ➔ page 131, Beverages

How much are drinks on board? The prices of beverages are usually lower than in hotels, they can be compared with cafés and pubs. The average price is € 1.70 for 0.5 litre of mineral water, € 2.70 for soft drinks, € 2.30 for 0.3 litre of draught beer, and the price for a bottle of wine starts at € 17. ➔ page 131, Beverages

What is the difficulty level of active cruises? Our active routes, “Island Hopping by Bicycle”, “Hiking cruises” and “Active & Cappuccino”, are adapted to the physical fitness of people who use to do recreational cycling and hiking in their free time. To learn more about the levels of difficulty of our bicycle tours, please check the tour profiles. With the hiking tour, we quoted the hiking time as well as the altitude differences for ascents and descents.

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Does it make sense to take someone along on a bike & boat cruise, who does not intend to participate in the cycling tours? Of course, you can book your cruise together, even if only one person participates in the bicycle tours. The “non-cycling” person may stay aboard during the bicycle tours. The cruise price will not change, however.

Is it possible to rent bicycle helmets? When renting one of our bicycles (included in the price of our bicycle cruises), we will give you a helmet free of charge. Please advise with your booking if you require a helmet. Of course you may also bring your own. For safety reasons, we strongly recommend that all of our participants wear a bicycle helmet. ➔ page 128, Bicycle Helmet

Does the crew speak English? Of course, most of the crew members do not speak English perfectly, but communication will always be possible.

Is a cruise suitable for passengers with disabilities and reduced mobility? No, our cruises are not suitable for persons with reduced mobility due to the design of the ships. ➔ page 133, Passengers with Reduced Mobility

Which charges and expenses do I have to count with? Upon embarkation, sojourn tax and groundage is due to be paid (as indicated in the price list). Furthermore, entrance fees to national parks and nature parks (according to the itinerary) are subject to be paid on the spot, as well as beverages and optional dinners aboard.

Is it possible to pay with credit cards aboard? No, payments with credit cards are not possible aboard. Our captains accept, besides Croatian kunas, euros, US dollars and Swiss franks. ➔ page 134, Payment on Board

Where can I exchange money? Generally, you can exchange money at every port of call in banks, post offices or exchange offices. Furthermore, you can withdraw cash (Croatian kunas) with credit cards from ATMs almost everywhere.

How does a typical day aboard look like? Breakfast from 8:00 until 9:00 am, afterwards we weigh anchor and set sail. Around noon we will moor in a cove and have the occasion for a swim. At 1:00 pm, the captain will strike the bell for lunch. After lunch, there is plenty of time left to enjoy another refreshing dip or to take a nap. In the afternoon, we will head for our today’s destination, which we will reach in the late afternoon. The rest of the day is at your disposal – take a walk through the place, have a drink in a café, or stop for a bite to eat in one of the restaurants. Or follow the recommendation of your captain, if you like to have dinner aboard. Afterwards, you still have plenty of time for convivial gathering ashore or aboard… Of course, this “typical day” is just an example. A lot depends on the exact itinerary of the route, respectively on your personal demands during the cruise.


Embarkation & Parking Embarkation at the port of Rijeka between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. If you are travelling to Rijeka in your own car, we will be happy to reserve a guarded garage space for you. Please indicate if you would like to reserve a parking space when booking your cruise. When arriving at the port of Rijeka, you can enter the port already from 09:00 am, until 12:00 noon at the latest. Our Service Team will assist you to bring your luggage on board where it will be stored on deck until 11:00 am, when the cabins will be ready for occupation. Our Service Team will accompany you to the parking garage, and transfer you back to the port.

If it becomes apparent that your arrival to the port will be delayed, please call us, so that we can inform the captain of your ship. Depending on the time of your delayed arrival, we will inform you about an alternative port of embarkation, or organise a transfer for you. At the end of your cruise, you will pick up your car from the garage already Friday evening and park it directly at the port, close to the ship. This gives you the opportunity to load luggage which is not needed anymore already in the evening prior to your departure into your car. Furthermore, the disembarkation on Saturday morning will proceed smoother and without any stress. There are no additional surcharges for parking at the port, as they are

already included in the weekly parking fee. The parking fee is HRK 395.00 (approx. € 53.00) per week, and for legal reasons, it needs to be paid in the local currency kuna.

Arriving by Plane The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, embarkation in the port of Rijeka is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

immediately upon disembarkation. If your flight departs in the afternoon or evening, you can choose if you like to be transferred directly to the airport or to the town of Malinska. In Malinska, you can enjoy your last vacation day at the beach, while our partner agency is keeping your luggage safe. Without an additional surcharge, you then will be transferred to the airport on time. In some cases the transfer takes place in the evening and you spend the day in Rijeka. The transfer fees you will find on page 57.

Breakfast at the Port

Even when arriving at the port From the port of Rijeka, the transfer to the airport on the island of Krk already early Saturday morning, the embarkation takes place at 11:00 takes place on Saturday morning,

Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Welcome to Rijeka !

am. To shorten the waiting time, we offer you the possibility to have breakfast at the port, as the first service is the welcome snack at lunchtime on board. Aboard the “Botel Marina”, situated at the port opposite the berths of our ships, you will get breakfast for approximately € 7.00 per person. During this time, we will keep your luggage safe, free of charge.

Pre-Cruise Stay If you like to stay for one or more nights in the vicinity of the port before or after your cruise, we recommend the “Botel Marina”, situated in the port of Rijeka, or the Hotel Continental, approximately 1,100 m from the port. See page 30.

The Riva Service Team at the Port of Rijeka

Arrival to the Port of Rijeka

Port Map of Rijeka

Railway Station

Bus Station idriva.com

Riva Team Reception

Directions Berths of the Riva fleet 100 m

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Map Data © Google | Map created at GPSVisualizer.com

For detailed price overview, surcharges and discounts see pages 56–57

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charge; approx. 1 € per hour; from 10 pm to 7 am free of charge). WiFi available free of charge. 35 rooms: modernly designed and comfortably furnished, all rooms are equipped with air conditioning, heating, reading lamps, WiFi (free of charge), portholes, and en suite bathroom with shower. The hotel offers single rooms, double rooms, triple and quadruple rooms as well as shared rooms with bunk beds for up to 6 people. Board: Overnight stay only, breakfast buffet or half board bookable for an extra charge.

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Reconstructed in 2013, Botel Marina is the first accommodation of its kind in Croatia. Due to the favourable location in the port of Rijeka, Botel Marina is just right for a precruise stay. The pedestrian zone, the colourful market, numerous shops and sights are located on walking distance. Facilities: reception, luggage check room, restaurant, lounge area, bar, tv room, laundry, private parking lot for a limited number of cars (at surcharge; approx. € 8 per day; subject to prior reservation), public parking lot in the immediate vicinity (at sur-

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Hotel Continental*** The well-established hotel is located in the town centre of Rijeka. As numerous shops and cultural sights are on walking distance, hotel Continental is just right to discover the city either before or after your cruise. Facilities: restaurant, bar, à la carte restaurant, terrace, meeting room. WiFi is available in the entire hotel (free of charge).

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Port of embarkation Rijeka

MY SUZANA DELUXE Length 48 m Passengers 40 Twin/double cabins 17 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform & whirlpool

Some of our guests will remember Captain Ivica Tomulić, who was Captain Alan’s partner on the MS Albatros from 1989 to 2008. He then bought his own ship, which he used for another tour operator in the northern Adriatic. After the decision to build a completely new ship was taken by the family council in 2018, he sold his motorized sailing ship, to focus on the newbuilding. While he supervised the construction at the shipyard, his wife Suzana was pulling some strings in the background. Suzana is also the daughter of Toni Gulić, who was one of the pioneers of the „blue cruises“ in the 1960s. In 1974, he built the first motorized sailing ship specifically constructed for holiday cruises – the MS Poseidon. Until then, the motorized sailing ships were exclusively converted cargo ships. Meanwhile, Ivica’s and Suzana’s daughter Iva has been busy planning the interior. After all, the very comfortable motor yacht “MY Suzana” should make guests feel like at home when she set sails from Rijeka for the 2020 season. Not only the whirlpool on the sun deck is a special feature, but also the upholstered deck areas in the bow area of the upper and the sun deck, of course in addition to the usual comfortable sun loungers. General data: Length 48 m, built in 2020. 40 beds in 19 cabins with individually controllable air condition-

Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

ing, safe, hair dryer, and shower/ toilet. Lower deck: 2 double cabins with double bed, 2 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 2 triple cabins with double bed and separate 3rd bed. Main deck: 5 double cabins with double bed, 6 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*. Upper deck: 2 double cabins with double bed and panoramic windows. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Sun deck (250 m2) with approx. 30 sun loungers and whirl pool, upholstered deck areas on the upper deck and the sun deck in the bow area for about 10 persons, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck, tables with benches and chairs for 40 people on the covered upper deck behind the saloon. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Suzana, Iva & Captain Ivica

Twin cabin separate beds on deck

Twin cabin separate beds unter Deck

April May June July August September October 09 16 23 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R4 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 46 42 42 44 42 46 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 200 775 775 649 649 649 775 775 925 925 999 999 999 999 2198 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 999 925 775 649 649

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Route Route description see page Price lower deck HB

For detailed price overview, surcharges and discounts see pages 56–57

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Port of embarkation Rijeka

MY ALPHA DELUXE Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ covered lounge area ■ bathing platform

48.50 m 40 17 2

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Captain Jure Tomaš and his MS Planka have been an integral part of our fleet since 1998. Since his son Marin had already been a captain for a few years, Jure and Marin had built a new ship for the 2016 season – the MS Aria. For three years Marin was at the helm of the Aria, while Jure remained faithful to his Planka. After he decided to sell the Planka, he took over the helm of Aria himself, while Marin has been taking care of the family’s next ship newbuilding – the “MY Alpha”, which joined our fleet in Rijeka from the 2020 season. The almost 50 m long Alpha is a very comfortable and elegant yacht, offering plenty of space for each and every guest. And while Captain Marin takes you to the most beautiful places and bays of the northern Adriatic, you can get your holiday tan on the sun deck, relax in the jacuzzi, or enjoy a cool drink in the shade of the covered, cosy lounge area. General data: Length 48.5 m, built in 2020. 40 beds in 19 cabins with individually controllable air conditioning, safe, LCD-TV, hair dryer, and shower/toilet.

Lower deck: 6 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 2 triple cabins with separate beds, two of which can be made up to a double bed*. Main deck: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 9 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Two sun decks (almost 500 m2 in total) with 40 sun loungers, reefable awnings, jacuzzi (2.50 x 4.50 m) and shower, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck, comfortable seating sets for 40 persons in the lounge area on the covered upper deck right behind the saloon. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captain Marin

Double cabin lower deck

Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

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April 09 16 23 30 07 RB RB RB RB RB 52 52 52 52 52 200 975 975 849 849 849

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May June July August September October 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 — RC RB RB R1 R1 RC R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 RB R1 RB R1 RB R1 R1 R1 — 54 52 52 42 42 54 42 42 42 42 42 46 42 42 52 42 52 42 52 42 42 42 — 975 1125 1125 999 999 1199 999 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 1049 1249 1049 1249 999 1125 775 649 649


Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Port of embarkation Rijeka

MY VITA DELUXE Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

37 m 38 16 2

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The majestic vessel MY Vita was one of our newcomers in 2014. Steered by Silvio Vuković, known as former captain of MS Mirabela, the new vessel went on her maiden voyage in spring 2014. In times when Silvio used to be in charge as captain of the Mirabela, he had the pleasure to welcome an increasing number of regular guests year for year. Once having sailed with Silvio and his crew, many passengers use to return almost every summer season. After years of success with the Mirabela, the Vuković family decided to build another boat, which should provide even more comfort. Offering 18 comfortable passenger cabins, the Vita is a modern steel-hull vessel, or rather a small cruise ship. The spacious saloon is located on the upper deck, featuring an open part which offers the possibility to enjoy lunch or dinner al fresco. The positive feedback of his guests during the past years confirms that captain Silvio and his crew perfectly know how to meet the wishes and needs of their passengers also on their new ship. Since 2016, the MY Vita is sailing from the port of Rijeka. She is scheduled to operate on our regular itineraries and on the two-week route to Dubrovnik.

General Data: Length 37 m, built in 2014. 38 beds in 18 cabins with shower/toilet, individually controllable air conditioning, internal communication system, hair dryer, safe and LCD-TV. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 10 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Sun deck (200 m2) with 30 sun loungers and 10 deck chairs, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 38 guests on the upper deck, tables with benches and chairs for 38 people on the covered upper deck behind the saloon. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captain Silvio & his sons Branimir & Petar

Double cabin queen-size bed lower deck Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

Twin cabin separate beds on deck

April May June July August September October 09 16 23 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R4 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 46 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 44 42 46 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 175 725 725 599 599 599 725 725 875 875 949 949 949 949 999 999 999 999 2098 999 999 999 999 949 875 725 599 599

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Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS ARIA PREMIUM Length 43.50 m Passengers 38 Twin/double cabins 16 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ comfortable steel ship ■ traditional line ■ bathing platform

Captain Jure Tomaš and his MS Planka have been an integral part of our fleet since 1998. Since his son Marin has also been a captain for a few years now, Jure and Marin decided to build a new ship in the summer of 2014. The result was impressive, because in June 2016 the MS Aria, a majestic motorized sailing ship, went on its maiden voyage – the height from the waterline to the mast top is 32 m. A 675 hp engine gives the Aria a top speed of 12 knots, while the normal cruising speed is a comfortable 8 to 9 knots – after all, you should be able to enjoy the Adriatic Sea and its islands in peace. After three years, Jure has replaced his son Marin at the helm of the Aria, while Marin took care of the family’s next ship newbuilding –the “MY Alpha”, which joined our fleet in 2020. By the way, the name “Aria” does not come from the aria in the opera or from the Italian word for air, but stands for “weather” in Dalmatian dialect. General data: Length 43.50 m, built in 2016. 38 beds in 18 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning.

Lower deck: 2 triple cabins with separate beds and 3rd bed above, 2 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 4 double cabins with queen-size bed. The lower deck is provided with an air ventilation system, which ensures fresh air even if the portholes are closed. Main deck: 6 double cabins with queen-size bed. Upper deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Two sun decks (290 m2 in total) with 36 sun loungers and reefable awnings, tables with benches and chairs for 38 people on the covered main deck right behind the saloon, bathing platform with showers at the stern, air conditioned saloon for 38 guests. Minimum number of participants: 20 persons

Captain Jure

Double cabin queen-size bed on deck

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April 09 16 23 30 07 RB RB RB R1 R1 52 52 52 42 42 175 889 889 775 575 575

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May June July August September October 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 — RB RC RB RB RC RB RC RB R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 RB RC RB RC RB RC RB RB RB — 52 54 52 52 54 52 54 52 42 42 42 42 42 52 54 52 54 52 54 52 52 52 — 889 999 999 1075 1075 1075 1075 1125 925 925 925 925 925 1125 1125 1125 1125 1075 999 889 775 775


Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS MAČEK PREMIUM Length Passengers Single cabins Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ modern steel ship ■ traditional wooden superstructure ■ comfortable equipment ■ bathing platform

35 m 33 1 13 2

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Built in 2004, MS Maček is considered one of the most comfortable steel hull vessels of our fleet. Due to wooden superstructures, MS Maček still emits the warm atmosphere of a traditional boat. Owned by the Vuković family from Krilo Jesenice for 13 years, her former captain decided in summer 2016 to sell the vessel to Kristijan Gulić, who used to be captain of MS Poseidon. We were very happy about this decision, because it was not only important to us that MS Maček remains part of our fleet, but also that she would get into the right hands. With her new owner, the vessel moved from Dalmatia to her new home on the Island of Rab. Since summer 2017, MS Maček is operating on our itineraries departing from the port of Rijeka. And Kristijan already proved that he and his new vessel are the perfect match.

General data: Length 35 m, built in 2004. 33 beds in 16 cabins with shower/toilet, hair dryer, and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 8 double cabins with queen-size bed. Main deck: 1 twin cabin with separate beds, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above, 1 single cabin with single bed. Upper deck: 3 double cabins with queen-size bed, 1 twin cabin with separate beds. Other: Sun deck (200 m2) with 16 sun loungers and 10 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for 33 guests, bathing platform with showers at the stern, saloon with air conditioning for 34 guests. Minimum number of participants: 20 persons

Captain Kristijan

Double cabin queen-size bed lower deck Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

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May June July August September October 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 — R1 R1 R4 R1 R7 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 — 42 42 44 42 46 42 42 46 42 42 42 42 42 42 46 42 42 42 42 42 42 — 649 749 1598 825 825 825 875 875 875 875 875 875 875 875 875 875 825 749 649 549 549

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Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS ALBATROS PREMIUM Length 29 m Passengers 22 Twin/double cabins 8 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ traditional line ■ renovated cabins and saloon

Captain Alan from the island of Rab is part of the long-lasting sailor tradition this place is known for. He was born and raised in the lovely town Supetarska Draga, which is at the same time home port to four vessels of our fleet. For Alan, “satisfied guests” are not simply words, but result of a long tradition of hospitality and pride. The previous three cabins with bunk beds on the upper deck were converted into two cabins with separate beds for the 2016 season and the saloon was completely redesigned for the 2017 season. In our opinion, it is now one of the most beautiful saloons of the wooden boats. A special touch – between the tables are retractable sockets with 220volt outlets and USB connectors so that you can always conveniently charge your smartphone. In winter

2017/2018, Alan has renovated the cabins and bathrooms in the lower deck, so that a completely “madeover” Albatros has been taken to sea, and has truly earned her promotion to the premium category. General data: Length 29 m, built in 1935, renovated in 2016, 2017 and 2018. 22 beds in 10 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Upper deck: 2 twin cabins with separate beds. Other: Sun deck (120 m2) with 14 deck chairs, tables with benches and chairs on deck for 25-30 guests, air conditioned saloon for 28 guests. Minimum number of participants: 13 persons

Captain Alan

Twin cabin separate beds on deck Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS KAPETAN KUKA COMFORT PLUS Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Quadruple cabins (2+2) Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ comfortable steel ship ■ traditional line ■ bathing platform

36 m 34 9 4 1

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Named after the famous movie character “Captain Hook”, this marvelous steel-hull vessel is fortunately not commanded by pirates, but by Captain Pero Kalebić from the small island of Šolta. Captain Pero and his former boat “Zelenbor” used to be part of our fleet for many years. In summer of 2015, the Kalebić family decided to buy a new vessel and to celebrate their comeback. Before the 2016 cruise season started, the Kapetan Kuka went through an overhauling process including renovation of all cabins. Furthermore, a bathing platform with showers has been installed at the stern. By the way, Pero speaks good English, and German as well, because his wife Sylvia came aboard the Zelenbor as a German holidaymaker in 1981, and has been living with Pero on the island of Šolta for 39 years now. General data: Length 36 m, built in 1989, renovated in 2016. 34 beds

in 14 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 6 twin cabins with bunk beds, 4 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Main deck: 1 twin cabin with bunk beds, 1 family cabin with bunk beds (= 2 twin cabins sharing one shower/toilet). Upper deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (150 m2) with 16 lounger mattresses and 16 deck chairs, table with 10 chairs in the covered area at the stern of the upper deck. Tables with benches and chairs for 15-20 guests on the covered main deck right behind the saloon, bathing platform with showers at the stern, air-conditioned saloon for 34 guests including a small lounge area. Minimum number of participants: 19 persons

Captain Pero Twin cabin bunk beds on deck

Triple cabin lower deck Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

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Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS POSEIDON COMFORT PLUS

Length 28,50 m Passengers 22 Twin/double cabins 11 Triple cabins — Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ traditional motorized sailing boat with a special ambience

The Poseidon – the former flagship of the Seeadler company – is one of the pioneers of cruising on classic motor sailers. When Captain Toni Gulić built the Poseidon in 1973, it was the first ship ever to be designed specifically for pirate cruises, rather than a converted cargo sailer. After his son Kristijan initially actively assisted him for years, he took over the helm from his father years ago while Toni enjoyed his well-deserved retirement on the island of Rab. In the summer of 2016, Kristijan decided to buy a bigger ship – MS Maček. In the following years, the Poseidon was led by changing captains until Antonio Komuczki decided to take over the Poseidon in autumn 2021. Continuing the long tradition of captains from the island of Rab, Antonio graduated from the renowned nautical school in Bakar, then sailed the world’s oceans for several years on cargo ships and tankers and worked as a sailor on excursion

ships. He was a sailor and helmsman on our MS Sagena for four years before buying the MS Zelenbor in 2019, which means he now has seven years of holiday cruising experience under his belt. From the 2022 season, Antonio will be captain and host on the Poseidon, while his brother-in-law Siniša will replace him on the Zelenbor. General data: Length 28.50 m, built in 1973, renovated in 2005. 22 beds in 11 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 10 twin cabins with bunk beds. Main deck: 1 twin cabin with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (120 m2) with 11 deck chairs and benches, 3 tables with benches on the main deck (12 seats at the bow, 12 seats at the stern), saloon with air conditioning for 22 guests. Minimum number of participants: 14 persons

Captain Antonio

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS SVETI VID COMFORT PLUS Length 35,50 m Passengers 37 Twin/double cabins 11 Triple cabins 5 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ comfortable wooden boat ■ threemaster ■ all cabins on deck

This proud, modern three-master was a core part of our fleet for many years, until its former owner decided a couple of years ago to organise a different type of cruise. In autumn 2016, Sveti Vid was sold – and to none other than our longterm captain Marin Mladin (nicknamed Čičak or “burdock” because of his beard) from the Otac Luka, whose rudder he held in his hands for eleven years. Čičak and his son Marin completely renovated Sveti Vid in Winter 2016/2017 with no external assistance whatsoever. The bathrooms in all the cabins were completely renovated and newly furnished and the saloon was completely redesigned. His wife Nina also had a significant hand in decorating the saloon, which can be seen at first glance. While Captain Čičak steers the Sveti Vid with a sure hand through the Adriatic, his son Marin takes care of the guests and makes sure that everything on board is in perfect order. General data: Length 35.50 m, built in 1955, renovated in 2017. 37 beds in 16 cabins with shower/toilet

and individually controllable air conditioning. Main deck: 3 twin cabins with bunk beds, 1 triple cabin with queensize bed (140 cm width) and 3rd bed above, 2 twin cabins with bunk beds (the lower bed is 124 cm wide and suitable for 2 children up to 12 years as well, e.g. for a single adult with 2 children). Upper deck: 2 twin cabins with separate beds, 4 double cabins with queen-size bed (140 cm width), 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed (130 cm width) and 3rd bed above, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed (140 cm width) and 3rd bed above. Other: Sun deck (150 m2) with 40 deck chairs, table with benches on the front deck for approx. 10 persons. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 persons. The saloon opens onto the covered part of the main deck, which comes with an outdoor lounge area including tables and benches for approx. 24 people, which dependent on weather conditions, can be closed with a tarpaulin. Minimum number of participants: 24 persons

Captain Marin „Čičak“ and his son Marin

Double cabin queen-size bed on deck

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Port of embarkation Rijeka

MS PLANKA COMFORT PLUS Length 27.30 m Passengers 24 Twin/double cabins 7 Triple cabins 4 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ well-kept, classic wooden boat ■ traditional line

A couple of years after installing a new engine in his boat Planka, Jure Tomaš decided to renovate the entire vessel. Everything was torn down – the saloon, the cabins and the deck. When only the hull remained, Jure and a team of experienced shipbuilders rolled up their sleeves and started working – they built new cabins, most of them on deck and all with shower and toilet, plus individually controllable air conditioning. The MS Planka is among the most popular mediumsized ships of our fleet, and on particular dates, naturist cruises are offered. Although the family’s new ship – MS Aria – made its maiden voyage in early summer 2016, Jure remained true to his Planka up to now. At the wheel of the Aria stood his son Marin. By the summer of 2019, the “carousel” was turning – while Marin was taking care of the family’s next ship newbuilding – the “MY Alpha”, which joined our fleet in 2020, Jure took over the helm of MS Aria. And the captain of the Planka became the young but long expe-

rienced captain Jerko Marasović from Krilo Jesenice, son of Ivica, the owner and captain of our MS Jerkić. And this is no coincidence, because the Marasović family bought the Planka at the end of the 2019 season. While Jerko is taking control of the Jerkić since 2020, his father is taking command of the Planka. Jerko’s brother Ivan will alternate between the Planka and the Jerkić during the season as needed. General data: Length 27.30 m, built in 1957, renovated in 2005. 24 beds in 11 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 4 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Main deck: 3 twin cabins with bunk beds. Upper deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed. Other: Sun deck (100 m2) with 16 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for about 14 guests, air conditioned saloon for 24 guests. Minimum number of participants: 14 persons

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MS ZELENBOR COMFORT Length 23 m Passengers 13 Twin/double cabins 5 Triple cabins 1 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning — WiFi internet ✔ ■ small, charming wooden boat ■ pirate cruise ambience ■ ideal for charter ■ open saloon at the stern

Some of our guests will surely remember MS Zelenbor, which cruised the Adriatic islands for many years - first from Rijeka, later from Trogir – as a member of the Riva fleet. After two years of “time out”, the Zelenbor returned to our fleet for the 2016 season – namely, in autumn 2015, the young captain Toni Krstačić from the island of Rab bought her. After only three years, Toni decided to go in a different direction. Thus, he sold the Zelenbor to Antonio Komuczki, who, like Toni, continues the long tradition of captains from the island of Rab. Antonio will take over MS Poseidon for the 2022 season, while his brother-in-law Siniša Matrda will take over responsibility for Zelen-

bor. Siniša has many years of experience in the hospitality industry, speaks German and will be as excellent a host as Antonio. General data: Length 23 m, built in 1938, renovated in 2003. 13 beds in 6 cabins with shower/toilet. Lower deck: 5 twin cabins with bunk beds, 1 triple cabin with bunk beds and separate 3rd bed. Air conditioning in the cabin alleyway. Other: Sun deck (70 m2) with 6 deck chairs, furthermore mattresses for approx. 6 persons on the foredeck, open saloon at the stern for 18 people, which can be closed with a tarpaulin. Minimum number of participants: 10 persons

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1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Rijeka–Island of Krk If you are travelling to Rijeka by your own car, you can enter the harbour from 09:00 am until 12:00 noon at the latest. Our service team will then direct you to the garage and transfer you back to the port. Please note that embarkation time is from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm. After embarkation our representative will greet you with a welcome drink, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. While enjoying a snack, we weigh anchor and head off for the marvellous island of Krk. Our first stop is a secluded cove, where you will for the first time be able to dive into the wonderful waters of the Adriatic Sea. We then continue on to Krk, the capital of the island, or Punat, where we will moor for the night. The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, embarkation in the port of Rijeka is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

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Sunday: Island of Krk–Island of Rab After breakfast, we set off for the next island – Rab. After about two hours, we will drop anchor in a romantic bay – here you will have plenty of time for swimming and sunbathing. We will reach the lovely town of Rab in the late afternoon. A guide will await us to take us on a guided walk. The old town of Rab, with its impressive bell towers, stretches around a narrow, rocky promontory, flanked by water. Three streets pass through the old town – the “Lower Street” with cafés and pubs, the “Middle Street” with boutiques, souvenir shops and ice cream parlours, and the “Upper Street”, which leads to the four churches with their bell towers. Overnight stay in Rab. Monday: Island of Rab–Zadar Today, we will leave the Kvarner Bay and head to Dalmatia. After a swimming break, we will reach Zadar, the centre of northern Dalmatia. After arriving in Zadar, a local tour guide will await us to take us on a walk through the walled old town, showing us unique sights like the

Roman Forum, the circular church of Sveti Donat, or the Cathedral Sveta Stošija. Enjoy traffic-free streets with elegant boutiques and countless cafés, or listen to the sounds of the world-wide unique Sea Organs on the Riva, whose melodies are created purely by waves. Overnight stay in Zadar.

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Tuesday: Zadar–Kornati Islands National Park–Zadar Archipelago Surely the highlight of our trip! According to the Irish author George Bernard Shaw, “On the last day of creation, God crowned his work, and thus created, out of tears, stars and breath, the Kornati Islands”. The beautiful scenery, countless small and large islands, and the turquoise sea - all this makes the Kornati Islands a unique paradise. It is the largest and most dense archipelago in the Adriatic Sea comprising 147 islands, islets and reefs, which cover an area of 35 km of length. From Zadar, we will continue our cruise, heading towards the “Proversa”, a narrow passage between the islands of Dugi Otok and Kornat, which is the entrance to the unique National Park. After passing the fascinating area of the

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National park, we will continue towards north and anchor at one of the numerous islands of the beautiful Zadar archipelago - Dugi Otok, Zverinac, Molat or Olib. Wednesday: Zadar Archipelago– Island of Lošinj

flocks of sheep. Needless to say, that roast lamb is one of the specialties of the island of Cres. After the obligatory swimming break, we will head towards the picturesque town of Cres, where we will stay for the night. Friday: Island of Cres–Rijeka

We head towards the island of Lošinj, which is not only known for its 300 cloudless or only slightly clouded sunny days per year, but also for being covered by dense pine forests. With a bit of luck, we will maybe spot dolphins playing in the waves; in the waters around the island of Lošinj, there are more than 220 dolphins registered by the “Adriatic Dolphin Project”. After a swimming break, we will reach Mali Lošinj, where we will spend the evening and the night. Thursday: Island of Lošinj–Island of Cres Today we will sail to the neighbouring island of Cres. The striking feature of the island are the endless olive groves and the innumerable

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack

Time to say goodbye to the Croatian islands. From Cres we will cruise along the eastern shoreline of Istria to Rijeka – not without taking one last dip into the sea. Overnight stay in the port of Rijeka.

■ Captain’s Dinner

Saturday: Disembarkation

■ Entrance fee to the Kornati

■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Rab ■ Guided city tour of Zadar

Islands National Park After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.

Guided city tour of Zadar

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From Rijeka through the Kvarner Islands and Dalmatia to the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik 2 weeks ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Rijeka–Island of Rab

Sunday: Island of Rab–Zadar

If you are travelling to Rijeka by your own car, you can enter the harbour from 09:00 am until 12:00 pm at the latest, and directly go to your boat. Here you will unload your luggage, which will first be placed under our care until the cabins are ready for occupancy at 11:00 am. Our service team will then escort you to the garage and transfer you back to the port. Afterwards, our representative will welcome you with a welcome drink and introduce you to the crew and the other passengers. During a snack we set off towards the island of Rab. After our arrival at the beautiful town of Rab, guided tour through the old town. The old town of the island’s capital of the same name with its striking bell towers extends on a narrow, rocky promontory, surrounded on three sides by water. Three streets cross the old town – the „Lower street“ with cafés and pubs, the „Central street“ with boutiques, souvenir shops and ice cream parlours, and the „Upper street“, which leads to the four churches with their bell towers. Dinner on board and overnight stay.

We leave the Kvarner Bay and set course for Dalmatia. After a swimming break and lunch on board, we arrive at Zadar, the capital of Northern Dalmatia. Upon arrival, our guide will take you on a guided tour of the peninsula’s old town, surrounded by mighty walls. The guide will show you the most important sights, such as the Roman Forum, the round church of Sveti Donat, the cathedral of Sveta Stošija and the world’s unique sea organs, whose sound and melodies are determined only by the waves. Dinner opportunity in Zadar, overnight stay.

have a fantastic view of the offshore group of islands “Pakleni otoci”. After about a two hours’ stay in Hvar and lunch on board, we head for the small island of Šćedro for a swimming break. Afterwards, we sail along the mountainous Pelješac Peninsula to Korčula. Opportunity for dinner in Korčula and overnight stay.

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Wednesday: Island of Korčula– Dubrovnik

Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns of Dalmatia and is often called “Little Dubrovnik“, because of its fortress-like appearance. After breakfast guided tour of the birthplace of the famous sailor Monday: Zadar–Trogir and explorer Marco Polo. After lunch on board, we leave Korčula and set Today we visit one of the most beau- course for Dubrovnik, where we tiful old towns of Dalmatia – Trogir, arrive around 5:00 pm. The distance where we arrive after lunch on board from the harbour to the old town and a swimming break. Guided is just a few minutes by bus, which tour of Trogir, which is also called departs in the immediate vicinity of “museum town“, because of its old our ship. Departure approximately town which is under UNESCO protec- every 10 minutes, fare HRK 12 (at the tion. It is simply an experience to kiosk) or HRK 15 (on the bus), last stroll through the winding, cobbled return at 2:00 am. Opportunity for lanes and marvel at the medieval dinner in Dubrovnik. vaults and beautiful courtyards. The port of embarkation for passen- Dinner opportunity in Trogir, overThursday: Dubrovnik gers arriving by plane depends on night stay. the flight schedule. With transfer Today you will have the whole day at booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight Tuesday: Trogir–Island of Hvar– your disposal to discover Dubrovnik. arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, Island of Korčula Dubrovnik is not wrongly called the embarkation in the port of Rijeka is “Pearl of the Adriatic“, as it was one guaranteed. Passengers arriving later First we set course for the island of of the most important economic will be transferred to the first port of Hvar. The island is known for its mild and cultural centres of the Medicall for embarkation. climate and the extensive lavender terranean during its heyday in the fields. The harbour of the main town Middle Ages. Today, the old town of the same name is situated at the presents itself to the visitor as a foot of a fortress, from which you unique open-air museum with an

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abundance of sights. After breakfast, you will be taken on a guided tour of the old town, after which you will be able to discover and enjoy it on your own. Stroll along the famous “Stradun”, take a walk over the mighty city walls or take the cable car up to the 415 m high mountain Srđ, from where you will have a unique view of the old town and the sea. Opportunity to have lunch in one of the many restaurants, dinner on board.

closed to foreign visitors until the end of the 1980s. Where once the runway of an air force base was, wine is now cultivated. Vis – with 45 km the most distant Croatian island from the mainland –- was able to preserve much of its originality due to the lack of tourism for a long time. After a swimming break and lunch on board we enter the harbour of Vis in the late afternoon. Opportunity for dinner in Vis.

the longest and probably most famous part of the waterfalls. This is an impressive natural spectacle, as the Krka falls down in 17 steps with cascades up to 100 m wide. Admission to the National Park incl. boat transfer approx. € 27, payable on site. Opportunity for dinner in Skradin, overnight stay.

northern end for a swim, where we also have lunch on board. Overnight in one of the fishing villages on the island of Dugi Otok or the neighbouring islands, where Captain’s Dinner is served today.

Tuesday: Skradin–Šibenik– Vodice

Sunday: Island of Vis–Split

First we head for Šibenik. The most famous building in the fortresslike old town is the Cathedral of St. James, the most important Renaissance monument in Croatia. After a guided tour through the old town of Šibenik, we return to the Adriatic Sea and head for Vodice, a popular holiday resort. Dinner opportunity in one of the taverns or konobas in Vodice, overnight stay.

Our today’s destination is the island of Lošinj, which is not only known for having 300 cloudless or only slightly cloudy sunny days a year, but is also covered with dense pine forests. With a little luck we might be able to watch dolphins playing in the waves today, because more than 220 dolphins registered by the Adriatic Dolphin Project live in the waters around the island of Lošinj. After lunch and the usual swimming break, we enter the harbour of Mali Lošinj with its colourful houses. Opportunity for dinner in Mali Lošinj.

Friday: Dubrovnik–Island of Mljet We leave Dubrovnik and set course for the island of Mljet. After a swimming break and lunch on board, we moor in Pomena or Polače. A part of the island has been declared a national park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes there is an islet with a former monastery) are only connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Opportunity to visit the national park (admission incl. boat trip to the small island with the monastery approx. € 17, payable on site). We recommend a bath in the saltwater lakes, whose temperature is always about 2°C above the sea temperature. Opportunity for dinner in one of the konobas on Mljet. Saturday: Island of Mljet– Island of Vis Today, we sail to the “forbidden” island Vis. The island of Vis was

We lift the anchors again, and after a swimming break with lunch we arrive to the capital of Dalmatia – Split. The main attraction of Split is the Old Town, which was built from the Diocletian’s Palace. The World Heritage complex is home to 1700 years old Roman walls, houses, churches, cafés… places full of flair! After a guided city tour, there is plenty of time to relax. Opportunity for dinner in Split.

Wednesday: Vodice–Kornati Islands National Park– Island of Dugi Otok

Monday: Split–Skradin– Krka Waterfalls

Thursday: Island of Dugi Otok– Island of Lošinj

Friday: Island of Lošinj–Rijeka We drive along the west coast of the island of Cres to a bay where we last enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic and our lunch before returning to Rijeka. Opportunity for dinner in Rijeka.

What’s included… ■ 15-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ half board (dinner on the day

of embarkation, breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ German and English speaking

representatives at the port during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Rab ■ Guided city tour of Zadar ■ Guided city tour of Trogir ■ Guided city tour of Korčula ■ Guided city tour of Dubrovnik ■ Guided city tour of Split ■ Guided city tour of Šibenik ■ Admission to the Kornati Islands

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“On the last day of creation, God wanted to crown his work, and so After about four hours, we leave he created the Kornati from tears, the Adriatic Sea and sail up the Krka stars and breath,” wrote the Irish river. We anchor in Skradin, just writer George Bernard Shaw. They before the famous Krka waterfalls. are the largest and densest collecAfter lunch on board, we recomtion of islands in the Adriatic Sea – Saturday: Disembarkation mend a visit to the waterfalls. Boats 147 islands, islets and reefs stretch depart from Skradin to take you to over a length of about 35 km. We After breakfast disembarkation until the national park. Opportunity to pass through the Kornati in its entire 9:00 am. visit the “Skradinski Buk”, with 800 m length and head for a bay at its

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1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays It is not easy to set up routes at the desk that would turn out to be ideal for the entire season. Once an itinerary is advertised in the catalogue, the captain must follow it. Anyhow, our cruises among a thousand islands cannot be as precise as the Swiss Railways, but rather go hand in hand with nature. How can the obligation of a tour operator, who needs to describe the travel program in a catalogue, be reconciled with the experience that it is often best to decide spontaneously to stay in a sheltered bay to swim, or to moor in a small fishing village, the name of which never showed up in the printed program? Just leave it to the captain – spontaneously and without any obligation to adhere

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to the usual routes – to create his route, depending on the weather and to show his guests familiar sites, as well as hidden secrets outside these routes. This was the wish of our captains, who often tell us – “The happiest of our charter guests are those, with whom we discuss the program and the route together.” In order to make this possible also for our guests who book their cruises individually, and not as part of a charter group, we have listened to the proposals of our guests and captains and offer special Captains’ Tours, following the motto – “Let’s trust the captain – he will put together an interesting route for us, because ultimately, he knows the sea and the Croatian islands best!”

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

The Captain’s Route ex Rijeka: ■ From 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, boar-

ding time in the port of Rijeka. ■ The itinerary is not prescribed,

but created by the captain in a flexible way. Considering weather and sea conditions, he will show you his favourite bays and places. ■ At least two nights in sheltered

coves and small fishing villages. ■ A maximum of three nights

in major towns, visited by the route R1, possibly not on the same days as other ships. ■ Whenever possible, the group

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Sailing Trip “Where the wind will take us” 1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays Sometimes it happens that our guests ask why we usually do not set sails on our motor sailing boats. The answer is quite simple. As soon as an itinerary is published in the brochure or on the internet, we need to keep with this, as far as weather conditions will allow us to do so. Our guests deserve to visit the places which are described in the itinerary. Exactly this would hardly be possible if our captains did not use engine power. While the ship’s speed may reach seven or eight knots under power supply, under sails it would mostly be three or four knots only. Furthermore, you never know the direction and the speed of the wind in advance. Once it may be the Maestral from northwest, once the Burin from northeast, and once the Jugo from southeast…

Several decades ago, our classic-style wooden vessels used to be pure sailing ships, they have been shipping wine and other goods from the mainland to the islands and from the islands to the mainland. However, over time, they have been adapted to the demands of modern tourism; they dispose of comfortable cabins and superstructures on deck, which prohibit real sailing. Moreover, even the modern vessels with steel hulls, modelled on the traditional motor sailing ships, are more or less small and comfortable cruisers, but not real sailing ships. However, they still exist – the “real” sailing ships. To meet the wishes of many of our regular guests, we offer pure sailing trips, at least at a couple of dates. Whenever the weather

conditions allow it, we will set sails and the engine will be turned off. Of course, you are welcome to help the crew to set sails and to stand at the helm, under the supervision of the captain. Although we will not follow a strict itinerary, you may be certain that the captain will take you to the most beautiful coves and places of the Kvarner islands Krk, Rab, Cres, and Lošinj. In addition, even the Northern Dalmatian islands Silba and Olib are on our schedule – provided that the winds are welldisposed towards us. Wait and see – according to the Dalmatian motto “kamo nas vitar nosi” (where the wind will take us).

The Sailing Trip ex Rijeka: ■ From 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, boar-

ding time in the port of Rijeka. ■ The itinerary is not prescribed,

but created by the captain in a flexible way. Considering weather and sea conditions, he will show you his favourite bays and places. ■ At least two nights in sheltered

coves and small fishing villages. ■ A maximum of three nights

in major towns, visited by the route R1, possibly not on the same days as other ships. ■ Whenever possible, the group

will avoid meeting groups from other boats and sharing overnight locations.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise). ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

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Surcharge cabin on deck

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

Poseidon

38

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RF Rijeka Route

Rijeka – Island of Rab – Island of Olib – Island of Silba – Island of Ilovik – Island of Lošinj – Island of Cres – Rijeka

Krk Cres Valun Martinšćica Mali Lošinj

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Rab Pag Mandre Olib

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Zadar

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Nudist Cruise

Valun | Island of Cres

1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays Naturism in Croatia has a tradition that stretches back over 60 years. The Koversada Naturist Complex on the Limfjord in Istria opened way back in 1961 and is one of the largest facilities of its kind in Europe. You will find beaches reserved for naturists along practically the entire Adriatic coast, not to mention numerous unofficial beaches and stretches of beach which are almost exclusively frequented by naturists. In short, naturism is very widely accepted in Croatia. So what could be more natural than to get an all-over tan on the deck of a ship, to plunge free of the encumbrance of clothing into the crystal-clear waters of isolated bays? Which is why we’ve decided to offer some special naturist cruises departing from Rijeka on certain dates on the MS Planka. The cruises head whenever possible for secluded coves for extra-long bathing breaks, so that you can happily go “déshabillé” without fear of being disturbed. True to the motto “hand in hand with nature”, the overnight stays are as far as possible scheduled for small fishing villages or secluded bays. Saturday: Rijeka–Island of Rab If you are coming by car you can drive into the port from 09:00 am. Our service team will

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then direct you to the garage and transfer you back to the port. Please note that embarkation time is from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm. After embarkation our representative will greet you with a welcome drink, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. While enjoying a snack, we weigh anchor and head off for the island of Rab. On our way we call in at a secluded cove, where you will for the first time be able to dive into the beautiful waters of the Adriatic Sea. Dinner on board in the cove before proceeding to the town of Rab. The old town of Rab with its striking bell towers extends along a narrow and rocky peninsula, surrounded on three sides by water. Three roads run through the old town – the “Low Road” with its cafés and bars, the “Middle Road” with boutiques, souvenir shops and ice cream parlours, and the “High Road”, which leads to the four churches with their impressive bell towers.

Sunday: Island of Rab–Island of Olib

The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, embarkation in the port of Rijeka is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

Monday: Island of Olib– Island of Silba–Island of Ilovik

After breakfast there will be time for a short stroll through the town before we depart from Rab for the island of Pag. There follows a break of several hours for bathing in one of the scenic coves and lunch on board. We then weigh anchor once again and set a course for the island of Olib, arriving in the evening hours. Olib belongs to the Zadar-Archipelago and has only about 150 permanent residents, who mainly earn their living from olivegrowing and a little agriculture. In recent years, the islanders have returned to some traditional ways, including the ancestral extraction of sea salt without salt works and the use of seaweed to make cushions and mattresses. There follows dinner on board and overnight stay in Olib. In the event of an unfavourable wind (Bora) the overnight stay will be in Mandre on the island of Pag.

We depart from Olib and head off on a short cruise to the Bay of Sveti Ante on the island of Silba. There follows an extended break for swimming, sunbathing and lunch on board. We arrive at the island of Ilovik in the

Martinšćica | Island of Cres

Olib


Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RF

evening hours and drop anchor in the small harbour there. The small island, only 5.5 km2 in size, is characterised by Mediterranean macchia, evergreen forest and olive groves. The place itself is bathed in every imaginable colour of the widest possible range of flowers, oleanders and palms. Ilovik is therefore also rightly known as the “flower island”. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay. Tuesday: Island of Ilovik– Island of Lošinj After breakfast we head to the island of Lošinj, which is not only renowned for having 300 cloudless or only slightly cloudy days per year but is also covered with dense pine forests. With a little luck we may be able to watch dolphins playing in the waves, since the waters around the island of Lošinj are home to more than 220 dolphins registered with the “Adriatic Dolphin project”. We then set sail for a secluded cove of the island of Lošinj with crystal-clear waters. There’s lots of time for swimming and sunbathing, broken up by lunch on board. We then proceed to Mali Lošinj, known for its lovely port and seaside promenade. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay.

Wednesday: Island of Lošinj– Martinšćica (Island of Cres)

by the Captain’s dinner and an overnight stay in Valun.

We depart from Mali Lošinj after breakfast and cruise to the neighbouring island of Cres, which is connected with the island of Lošinj at Osor by a swing bridge. Striking features of the island include the endless olive groves and countless flocks of sheep. It isn’t for nothing that lamb is regarded as one of the specialities of the island of Cres. Once again a beautiful bay awaits us where we spend the better part of the day and also take lunch. Today’s destination is the peaceful little village of Martinšćica on the island of Cres, where we also have the opportunity after dinner on board to enjoy moonlit (nude) bathing. Overnight stay in Martinšćica.

Friday: Valun (Island of Cres)– Rijeka

Thursday: Martinšćica (Island of Cres)–Valun (Island of Cres)

Our last day in the beautiful island world. We leave Valun and drop anchor one last time in a bay about half an hour’s voyage away. After lunch and what will by then have become the customary break for swimming and sunbathing, we set a course for Rijeka. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay in Rijeka. Saturday: Disembarkation After breakfast, disembarkation until 9 am. Note: ■ Whenever possible, encounters and overnight stays with groups from other ships will be avoided.

of Cres, and a visit to the town of Cres on Friday morning. ■ In the event of high night-time

temperatures we will have to stay in places with an electrical hookup, or the generator must be running during the night, because otherwise the air conditioning will not work during the night. ■ In the event of bad weather or

rain, port stays in the overnight stay locations will be extended, since (sun-) bathing will in any case be impossible.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Full board ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

■ The route described here is

an example. The route can be adjusted according to weather and local conditions. The captain will design an interesting route that meets the wishes of nudists. ■ The route can also be sailed in the

opposite direction. ■ Nudity is permitted on the sun

deck (also during the journey), in secluded coves and on (unofficial) Departure after breakfast, with the ■ If the night-time temperatures are naturist beaches. aim – and how could it be othernot too high, the overnight stay ■ Nudity is not allowed in the wise? – of spending the sunny day in in Mali Lošinj on Wednesday will saloon and when sailing into port, one of the numerous coves. Today’s not take place. We will instead and bathing costumes must be destination is the fishing village of stay in a secluded bay and visit worn as a minimum. Valun on the island of Cres, where Mali Lošinj for about two hours the popular Austro-German televion Thursday morning. The same sion series “Der Sonne entgegen” applies to Valun on Thursday. (“Toward the sun”) was filmed in the Overnight stay in the Bay of mid-1980s. The day is rounded off Nedomisje, not far from the town

MS Planka

Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

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Surcharge cabin on deck

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FB

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RP Rijeka Route

RP

Rijeka – Island of Krk – Island of Sveti Grgur – Island of Goli Punat Otok – Zavratnica Bay – Island of Rab – Island of Pag – Island of Olib – Sveti Grgur Island of Lošinj – Cres Goli Otok Island of Cres – Rijeka

Nedomisje

Rab

Zavratnica

Mali Lošinj

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Mandre Olib

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Zadar

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“Pirate Cruise” through the Kvarner Bay 1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays “Back to basics” could be the strapline for this cruise. About 60 years ago, Peter Martinek had the idea of using simple means to convert wooden cargo vessels into passenger ships and to run cruises in them – the “Seeadler-Kreuzfahrten” (“Sea Eagle Cruises”). In 1965 the first three ships set sail with holidaymakers on board – there were “berths” separated by curtains, and the only shower was an open one at the stern. For that reason it wasn’t permitted then either to “shower naked in ports”. At that time, on-board conviviality was the order of the day, a lamb would be roasted on the open campfire, the guests would spend the night in secluded bays, and the starry sky would turn the sundeck into the most luxurious bedroom of all.

note that embarkation time is from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm. After embarkation our representative will greet you with a welcome drink, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. While enjoying a snack, we weigh anchor and head off for the island of Krk. Our first stop is a secluded cove, where you will for the first time be able to dive into the wonderful waters of the Adriatic. We then cruise to Punat on the island of Krk, situated in a sheltered, almost completely enclosed bay. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay.

site, which served as a prison and labour camp for men until the late 1980s and is now uninhabited. By the way, the name means “Naked Island”, because it is quite barren and offers little shade. Once we have dropped anchor here, we have the opportunity to take a look at the island or go for a ride on the “Goli Express” miniature railway (seasonal). This is followed by dinner on board – grilled lamb is a real treat. Monday: Island of Goli Otok– Zavratnica Bay–Island of Rab– Island of Pag

First of all we take a detour to the mainland, to the fjord-like Bay of Zavratnica, surrounded by towering cliffs of up to 100 m in height. The bay is about 1 km long and between 50 and 150 m wide. Then we set a course for the island of Rab and call And it is exactly this kind of travel into the capital of the island, which that we are now reviving under bears the same name. The old town the name of “Pirate Cruises”. And of Rab with its striking bell towers which ship could be better suited extends along a narrow and rocky than the Zelenbor? Of course the peninsula, surrounded on two sides Sunday: Island of Krk–Island of “berths” have long since been by water. Three roads run through Sveti Grgur–Island of Goli Otok replaced by cabins with showers/ the old town – the “Low Road” with WC, and air conditioning in the its cafés and bars, the “Middle Road” cabin aisles ensures that the temper- Our first port of call is the island of Sveti Grgur. Beautiful bays, beaches with boutiques, souvenir shops atures remain bearable even in and ice cream parlours, and the mid-summer. And you won’t find the and forests, a goodly number of “High Road”, which leads to the four open shower on deck any more. But fallow deer and the ambience of what has not changed is the conviv- pristine nature attract many tourists churches with their bell towers. We iality, and, if you bring your sleeping and day trippers. Today, the remains use the approximately two-hour bag, you can finally once again enjoy of the former Gulag for women with break to stock up on water and approximately 50 bunkers from that buy bread while you go for a stroll the starry skies. time, well hidden in the rocky land- through the old town. There follows lunch on board while we set a course scape, bring back memories of a Saturday: Rijeka–Island of Krk for the island of Pag. After a break for sad past. There follows a stay of swimming in a cove, we call into the about three hours, with an opporIf you are coming by fishing village of Mandre. Anyone car you can drive into the port from tunity to explore on your own or take a refreshing dip. After lunch on who wants to can take a taxi from 09:00 am. Our service team will here to the famous beach at Zrće board, we head off past the sheer then direct you to the garage and transfer you back to the port. Please cliffs to the island of Goli Otok oppo- with its round-the-clock parties

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The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, embarkation in the port of Rijeka is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

Island of Goli Otok

Zavratnica Bay

Rab


Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RP

Wednesday: Island of Olib– in four clubs (mid-June to early September). There follows dinner on Island of Lošinj board and an overnight stay. We pass by the islands of Silba and Ilovik and set a course for one of the Tuesday: Island of Pag–Island bays of the island of Lošinj. With a of Olib little luck we may be able to watch After an hour or so’s cruise we reach dolphins playing in the waves, since the waters around the island the Bay of Slatinica on the island of Lošinj are home to more than of Olib, where we drop anchor for 220 dolphins registered with the an extended bathing break. There “Adriatic Dolphin project”. Today, the follows lunch on board before we captain will let us decide whether call in at the small harbour of the we want to wait before calling in only village on the island of Olib in at the port of Mali Lošinj in the late the afternoon. Olib has only about afternoon for an overnight stay or 150 permanent residents, who whether we would like to visit Mali mainly earn their living from oliveLošinj in the early afternoon and growing and a little agriculture. head to a nearby bay for an overIn recent years, the islanders have night stay after roughly two hours returned to some traditional ways, including the ancestral extraction of in the town. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay. sea salt without salt works and the use of seaweed to make cushions and mattresses. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay.

Thursday: Island of Lošinj– Island of Cres

town of Cres, where we will also stay overnight.

Today we head to the neighbouring island of Cres, which is connected with Lošinj by a swing bridge at Osor. Striking features of the island include the endless olive groves and countless flocks of sheep. Below the village of Lubenice, situated on a rocky ridge at an altitude of 378 m, we drop anchor in the Bay of Žanja with one of the most beautiful pebble beaches on the island of Cres. However, the real attraction of this bay is the “Blue Grotto”, which is accessible only from the sea. It is a unique experience to swim into the grotto, the interior of which is bathed in turquoise at about noon by the sun’s rays which penetrate through an aperture about three metres below the surface. There follows lunch on board; in the afternoon we continue to the sheltered Bay of Nedomisje just before the

Friday: Island of Cres–Rijeka After breakfast we leave for the town of Cres which we reach after a voyage of just under half an hour. We have about two hours to explore the town and have a cup of coffee before we set sail again for the last bay on our cruise. After an ample break for swimming and sunbathing we then weigh anchor once again and set a course for Rijeka, arriving at around 5:00 pm. There follows dinner on board and an overnight stay.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Full board ■ 1x grilled lamb ■ Welcome snack ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

Saturday: Disembarkation After breakfast, disembarkation until 9 am.

Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

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Surcharge cabin on deck

Of course, you determine the “dress code” on board yourself.

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RB

Rijeka

Route

Njivice

Rijeka – Island of Krk – Island of Rab – Island of Pag – Island of Lošinj – Island of Cres – Rijeka

Malinska Krk

Predošćica

Lopar Rab Lun

Martinšćica Pula Osor E W

E-bikes available for rent !

guided tour

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Predošćica | Island of Cres

Mali Lošinj

Ship routes Bicycle legs

Mandre

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Island Hopping by Bicycle through the Kvarner Bay 1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Rijeka–Island of Krk If you are travelling to Rijeka by your own car, you can go from 09:00 am until 12:00 pm at the latest into the harbour and directly to your boat. Here you will unload your luggage, which will first be placed under our care until the cabins are ready for occupancy at 11:00. Our service team will then escort you to the garage and transfer you back to the port. Our bicycles are waiting in front of the ship to be taken over by you. After you have selected a bike and possibly taken a trial round, our team will take care of the loading onto the ship. Our representative will then welcome you with a welcome drink and introduce you to the crew and the other passengers. During a snack, we lift the anchor and set sail in the direction of Njivice on the island of Krk. The first stage by bicycle starts here – from Njivice we go to Krk, the capital of the island of the same name, and back to Njivice. Dinner on board and overnight

Vrbnik | Island of Krk

stay in the port of Njivice (36.6 km by bike). The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, embarkation in the port of Rijeka is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Sunday: Island of Krk After breakfast, we lift the anchor and sail to Malinska-Haludovo. First we cycle to Dobrinj, in the interior of the island. We continue to Vrbnik, an old town high on a rock on the east coast of Krk. From the vineyards around Vrbnik comes the famous golden wine “Žlahtina”. Opportunity for lunch in a cozy konoba before heading towards the town of Krk. Dinner on board and overnight in the harbour of Krk (32.7 km).

Monday: Island of Krk– Island of Rab

northern tip of the neighbouring island of Pag. The island stands out above all by its extremes – partly Today, the boat will take us to Lopar, meagre, like a lunar landscape, partly covered with lush green located in the north of the island mountain fields, where numerous of Rab. Our bike tour leads us from sheep graze, “producing” the famous Supetarska Draga to the town of Rab. Our boat will be already waiting Pag cheese. First we ride to Novalja, for us in the picturesque scenery of the main town of the northern half of the island, where we take a break the old town with its four unique to have a coffee or a drink. We then bell towers. Lunch will be served continue by bike to Mandre, where aboard. After lunch we will go by our boat will be waiting in the bike for another tour, crossing the harbour. Lunch on board, afternoon 1.400 hectare Kalifront forest park at leisure, opportunity to go out for with its up to 1.000-year-old holm dinner. Overnight stay in Mandre oaks. After a break in the “Bay of (33.8 km). Love” we return to Rab. After a guided tour through the historic Wednesday: Island of Pag– town, you will have the opportunity to visit a restaurant for dinner. Island of Lošinj Overnight stay in the port of Rab Today a somewhat longer boat (19.0 resp. 22.2 km). journey lies ahead of us – it takes about four hours to get from Mandre Tuesday: Island of Rab– Island of Pag to Mali Lošinj, on the island of Lošinj. Heading north, we anchor for lunch on board in a secluded bay. On Only a good half hour by boat and we will reach Lun, located at the arrival at the harbour of Mali Lošinj, we unload our bicycles to discover the unique countryside with its vast pine forests. We ride round the Čikat Bay, along the coast and through the Sunčana Uvala (the Sunny Bay) to the picturesque seaside town of Veli Lošinj, and all the way back. Tonight you can enjoy a nice dinner in one of the restaurants of Mali Lošinj. Overnight stay in Mali Lošinj (18.3 km). Thursday: Island of Lošinj– Island of Cres The “2-Islands-Day”. After breakfast, we jump on our bikes and ride from Mali Lošinj to Osor, where the islands of Lošinj and Cres are connected by a swing bridge. We then continue our tour to the Bay of Martinšćica. We load the bikes on the boat, and after the lunch on board, we continue

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our voyage to Cres, the capital of the homonymous island. Captain’s Dinner on board and overnight stay at the port of Cres (45.1 km). Friday: Island of Cres–Rijeka The final bike tour leads us from Cres 14 km north to a vantage point near the village of Predošćica and back. We will have lunch on board in Cres, and then load our bicycles for the last time. Leaving the harbour of Cres, we will sail to a bay in the north of the island, to take a long last swim in the blue Adriatic Sea, before returning to Rijeka. Overnight stay in the port of Rijeka (28.4 km). Saturday: Disembarkation After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am. Note: Itinerary and activities are subject to slight changes due to weather and local conditions. Therefore it might occur that lunch is served on board instead of dinner and vice versa. Partly, we follow the route in reverse order.


Saturday

800 700 600 500 400 300 Njivice Oštrobradić 200 100 m km ➔ 0 10 5

800 700 600 500 400 300 Lun 200 100 m km ➔ 0 800 700 600 500 400 Mali 300 Lošinj 200 100 m km ➔ 0 800 700 600 500 400 Mali 300 Lošinj 200 100 m km ➔ 0 800 700 600 500 400 300 Cres 200 100 m km ➔ 0

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary

36.6 km

■ Half board according to the itinKrk

Oštrobradić

Njivice

erary ■ Welcome snack

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

32.7 km

15

20

■ English respectively German

speaking guides during the whole cruise

Krk

Vrbnik

25

30

■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

Sunday

800 700 600 500 400 300 Dobrinj Malinska 200 100 m 10 km ➔ 0 5 800 700 600 500 400 300 Lopar 200 100 m km ➔ 0

Rab

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

■ Rental bike (please advise us

at the time of booking if you require a helmet)

Monday

■ E-bike available at extra charge

19.0 bzw. 22.2 km Supetarska Draga

5

Rab

10

15

Rab

0

20

■ Guided bicycle tours according

to the itinerary

Beach Bar Rab

5

10

15

20

■ Guided city tour of Rab 25

30

40

45

Tuesday 33.8 km Novalja

5

10

15

20

Kolan Mandre

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

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70

Osor

18.3 km Sunčana Uvala

5

Veli Mali Lošinj Lošinj

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

Thursday 45.1 km Nerezine Osor

5

10

15

20

Belej

25

30

Martinšćica

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

Friday 28.4 km Predošćica

5

10

15

Cres

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

40 37 34 32

Surcharge cabin on deck

Planka Kapetan Kuka Aria Alpha

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Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

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Island of Lošinj

HB HB HB HB

— 100 175 200

09 — — 889 975

April 16 23 — — — — 889 775 975 849

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October 01 08 15 749 649 649 — 649 — 889 775 775 — — —

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RB


Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RC

Rijeka

Route

RC

Rijeka – Island of Cres – Island of Lošinj – Island of Molat – Zadar – Zrmanja Canyon (kayak safari) – Island of Pag – Island of Rab – Island of Krk – Rijeka

Njivice Krk Cres

Island of Rab

E-bikes available for rent !

Rab

guided tour

Lun

Pula

Mandre

Zrmanja Canyon

Mali Lošinj

N E

Molat

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Zadar

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“Active & Cappuccino” Cruise through the Kvarner Bay & Northern Dalmatia 1 week ex Rijeka – departures on Saturdays Featuring a well-done blend of swimming, sunbathing, short bike tours, sightseeing tours, guided walks and easy hikes, our “Active & Cappuccino” cruises could be best described as „active light with a pinch of culture“. The kayak safari, including a picnic beneath the waterfalls, is one of the finest highlights to be mentioned. The program – always accompanied by a tour guide – is aimed at all those who don’t just want to spend their cruise on the sun deck and in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic, but don’t want either to be forced to go on daily bike tours of 40 or 50 km or spend hours on hikes. And, of course, there’s enough time left over to sit around or enjoy a relaxed cappuccino. Our “Active & Cappuccino” cruise is also suitable for families with children, as it’s also possible to hire children’s bikes. According to the motto “anything goes but nothing’s compulsory”, you decide for yourself which activities you want to participate in, or if you would just like to spend one or more days on the boat relaxing and enjoying your free time. Saturday: Rijeka–Island of Cres Embarkation, walk in Cres If you are coming by car you can drive into the port from 09:00 am. Our service team will then direct you to the garage and transfer you back to the port. Please note that embarkation time is from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm. Our bicycles will be waiting for you in front of the boat. After having chosen the right bike for you, our staff will

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proceed with loading the bicycles on board. There follows a meet & greet including a welcome drink with our representative, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. While enjoying a snack, we weigh anchor and head towards the island of Cres. We stop in one of the bays to take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea for the first time. Then we continue to the town of Cres. Upon arrival, we will take a walk through the town. Dinner on board and overnight stay in Cres. The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Rijeka airport until 11:30 am, embarkation in the port of Rijeka is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

Lošinj offer home to more than 220 dolphins registered by the “Adriatic Dolphin Project”. Afterwards we will make comfortable bicycle tour to the picturesque Veli Lošinj with its colourful houses (approx. 4 km). On the way back we will visit the “Mediterranean Fragrant Garden”, where many different kinds of plants are grown. On our guided tour through the garden, we will have the opportunity to learn more about some of them. Opportunity for dinner in the konoba of the Mediterranean Fragrant Garden or in Mali Lošinj, overnight stay on board. Monday: Island of Lošinj–Island of Molat–Zadar Bicycle tour or hike on the island of Molat, guided tour of Zadar

Our first destination of the day is the island of Molat. Starting from the pier of the village Molat, we go by bike to the village of Zapuntel, Sunday: Island of Cres–Island of and then on the same way back Lošinj to our boat (approx. 18 km). Those Bicycle tour to the “Mediterranean who do not want to take the bike Fragrant Garden” tour, can make a hike across the island. After lunch on board, we will After breakfast, we head towards have some time for swimming and the island of Lošinj. On our way, sunbathing before continuing our we will stop in a beautiful bay to voyage towards Zadar, the former enjoy a long break for swimming capital of Dalmatia. After docking and sunbathing. We continue our in Zadar, our guide will take you journey, and after lunch on board, on a tour of the old town, which is we enter the port of Mali Lošinj. surrounded by impressive walls and The island of Lošinj is covered with offers many historical monuments. pine forests, and is well known for The guide will show you the main its 300 cloudless or only slightly attractions – such as the Roman cloudy sunny days per year. With a Forum, the Round Church of Sveti bit of luck we may even see dolphins Donat, the Cathedral of Sveta Stošija playing in the waves, because the and the unique Sea Organs – their waters surrounding the island of sounds and “melodies” are created

Kayak safari Guided city tour of Zadar

Island of Molat

Trsat fortress


Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Route RC

purely by the movement of the waves. Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to enjoy dinner in one of the restaurants or konobas. Overnight stay in the port of Zadar.

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Surcharge cabin on deck

Planka Kapetan Kuka Aria Alpha

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Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

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in the entire Mediterranean area. Spread over a surface of 24 acres of land there are about 80,000 impressive olive trees. Some of them are more than five metres high and older than 1,500 years. Enjoy the Tuesday: Zadar–Zrmanja beauties of nature during a guided Canyon–Island of Pag walk through the olive grove and Kayak safari or Zrmanja River learn more about olives and the rafting precious oil and their significance for a healthy diet. After lunch on board After breakfast, bus excursion to and an extended break for swimthe Zrmanja River. Here we will take ming and sunbathing, we set of over our kayaks, and after a briefing for Rab, the capital of the homonwe will head down the river over ymous island. The old town of Rab rapids and waterfalls (in case of with its unique bell towers stretches very high water levels the excuralong a narrow rocky peninsula, sion will be carried out as rafting surrounded by water on three sides. with large inflatable boats). At lunch- Three streets run through the old time we will have a picnic at one of town – the “Lower Street” with cafés the most beautiful parts of the river. and pubs, the “Middle Street” with Then we continue paddling through boutiques, souvenir shops and ice the Zrmanja Canyon with its unique cream parlours, and the “Upper scenery and bird life. At the destiStreet”, which will take you to the nation of the kayak safari there four churches with their bell towers. is ample opportunity for bathing After arrival guided tour of Rab. in the crystal clear waters of the Enjoy dinner in one of the numerous river. Bus transfer to Mandre on the restaurants. Overnight stay on board. island of Pag, where we will return to our boat. Dinner on board, over- Thursday: Island of Rab–Island night stay. of Krk Bicycle tour or mountain hike Wednesday: Island of Pag–Island on the island of Rab, walk in Krk of Rab Visit to the olive grove in Lun, After breakfast, we take an easy guided tour of Rab bicycle tour through the pine-covered peninsula of Suha Punta The Island of Pag stands out above (approx. 12 km). Those who wish all by its extremes – partly meagre to take a more challenging tour like a lunar landscape, partly covered can alternatively enjoy a “mounwith lush green mountain fields, tain hike” on the Kamenjak (408 m). where numerous sheep graze, The mountain not only protects “producing” the famous Pag cheese. the city of Rab from the cold north By boat we continue from Mandre winds; it also offers a fantastic view to Lun, a small place at the northon the Velebit mountain range, the western tip of the island. There, we islands, the town of Rab and the will make a short walk to visit one Nature Park of the Kalifront peninof the most beautiful olive groves sula. After returning on board with

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— 100 175 200

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plenty of appetite, we will enjoy lunch and leave the port of Rab, heading to a secluded bay. Here we will anchor for a swimming break, before continuing to the Island of Krk, the last island of our trip. After a walk through the old town of Krk, we head for Njivice, where will enjoy the Captain’s Dinner on board.

Saturday: Disembarkation

What’s included…

After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.

■ 8-day cruise according to the

Note:

Although the itinerary is following the motto “anything goes but nothing’s compulsory”, and you Friday: Island of Krk–Rijeka can decide which activities you wish Hike to the fortress of Trsat to participate in, there will be no refund for unused services. Please After breakfast, we will leave the note that itinerary and activities Island of Krk, sailing in direction are subject to slight changes due to to Rijeka. On our way to Rijeka, we weather and local conditions. Therewill have plenty of time to enjoy fore it might occur that lunch is lunch and a last refreshing dip in served on board instead of dinner the crystal clear water of the Adriand vice versa. Depending on the atic Sea. After this last swimming number of vessels in the individual break, we will bid farewell to the ports, the route can also be taken Adriatic Sea and enter the port of in reverse order, i.e. Rijeka – Island Rijeka. Once we moored the boat, of Krk – Island of Rab – Island of we take a walk to the sanctuary and Pag – Kayak Safari – Zadar – Island the fortress of Trsat, a pilgrimage site of Molat – Island of Lošinj – Island of above the town. You will not regret Cres – Rijeka. climbing the 485 steps because from the fortress you will enjoy a magnificent view over the entire Kvarner Bay. Afterwards you can go out for dinner to one of the numerous restaurants ashore. Overnight stay in Rijeka.

itinerary

■ Half board according to the itin-

erary

■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ English resp. German speaking guide during the whole cruise ■ Rental bike (please advise us at the time of booking if you require a helmet) ■ E-bike available at extra charge ■ Guided bicycle tours according to the itinerary ■ Guided hikes according to the itinerary ■ Cappuccino on the harbour promenade of Mali Lošinj or Cres ■ Entrance fee to the “Mediterranean Fragrant Garden” incl. a guided tour ■ Kayak safari on the Zrmanja river incl. picnic and bus transfer ■ Guided city tour of Zadar ■ Guided city tour of Rab ■ Entrance fee to the fortress of

Trsat

Island of Lošinj

Departure dates & prices starting from | for complete price overview, surcharges & reductions, see pages 56–57 May June July August September 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 — — — — — — — — — — — 949 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 849 — — — — 949 — — — — — 949 — — — 899 — — — — — 999 — — 1075 — 1075 — — — — — — — 1125 — 1125 — 999 — — — 975 — — — — 1199 — — — — — — — — — — — — —

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Route plan & dates – departures on SATURDAYS Brochure page

The route plan is subject to change.

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D

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Planka

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Kapetan Kuka

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— — — RB RB R1 R1 R1 RC R9 RB R1 RB RC R1 R9 R7 R9 R1 RC RB R1 RB RC RB RC RB R1

Sveti Vid

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— — — R1 R1 — R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

Albatros

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— — — R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

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A

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Maček

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Aria

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RB RB RB R1 R1 — RB RC RB RB RC RB RC RB R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 RB RC RB RC RB RC RB RB RB

R1 R7 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

Vita

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R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

Alpha

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RB RB RB RB RB — RC RB RB R1 R1 RC R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1 RB R1 RB R1 RB R1 R1 R1

Suzana

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R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R7 R1 R1

R4

R4

R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

R1 R7 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

CRS Code

Routes R1/R7 | 1 week see pages 42/43, 46 Lower deck B

C

D

E

A

B

C

D

E

Zelenbor

ZEL

HB

10

439 539 639 679 729

Planka

PLA

HB

14

449 549 649 699 749 519 619 719 769 819

Sveti Vid

VID

HB

24

Poseidon

POS HB

14

449 549 649 699 749 549 649 749 799 849

Kapetan Kuka KUK HB

19

449 549 649 699 749 549 649 749 799 849

Albatros

ALB

HB

13

499 599 699 749 799 649 749 849 899 949

Maček

MAC HB

20

549 649 749 825 875 699 799 899 975 1025

Aria

ARI

HB

20

575 689 799 875 925 750 864 974 1050 1100

Vita

VIT

HB

22

599 725 875 949 999 774 900 1050 1124 1174

Alpha

ALP

HB

22

649 775 925 999 1049 849 975 1125 1199 1249

Suzana

SUZ

HB

22

649 775 925 999 1049 849 975 1125 1199 1249

Min. number of participants

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Deck (main or upper deck)

Route R4 | 2 weeks see pages 44/45

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Min. number of participants

Prices in € per person

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Cruise prices

Prices in € per person

CRS Code

Season ➔

Lower deck A

B

C

D

519 619 719 769 819

E

A

B

C

D

20

1198 1398 1598 1750 1850 1498 1698 1898 2050 2150

VIT

HB

22

1298 1550 1850 1998 2098 1648 1900 2200 2348 2448

Suzana

SUZ

HB

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1398 1650 1950 2098 2198 1798 2050 2350 2498 2598

Route RP | 1 week see pages 50/51

CRS Code

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FB

10

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Lower deck A

B

C

D

The table above shows how many cabins per departure are available without surcharge on each ship. For each further cabin for single use, a surcharge of 50% applies.

self ? ve a boat for your Do you like to ha 6 12 9– 11 see pages “Charter & More”

E

MAC HB

Vita

Prices in € per person

Cabins for single use without surcharge ! On some of our ships, double or twin cabins for single use can be booked without surcharge! MS Kapetan Kuka 1 cabin MS Sveti Vid 1 cabin MS Maček (single cabin) 1 cabin MS Aria 1 cabin MY Vita 1 cabin MY Alpha 1 cabin MY Suzana 1 cabin

Deck (main or upper deck)

Min. number of participants

Maček

Board

Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Departure Dates and Prices for Cruises ex Rijeka

Deck (main or upper deck) E

489 589 689 729 779

A

B

C

D

E

MS Zelenbor

When making your reservation, you may choose among cabins on or below deck (subject to availability). This will be accordingly confirmed with your booking confirmation/invoice. There is no distinction between main and upper deck. Our cruises are not suitable for persons with reduced mobility due to the design of the ships. For further information, see page 133. Covid-19: For us as a tour operator, the well-being of our guests always has the highest priority. Therefore, we always inform you about current health measures and regulations under riva.to/actual

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Transfer fees (round trip)

Cruise prices CRS Code

Board

Min. number of participants

PLA

FB

14

499 599 699 749 799 569 669 769 819 869

Min. number of participants

Route R8 | 1 week see page 47

Prices in € per person

CRS Code

Season ➔

Prices in € per person

POS HB CRS Code

Board

Poseidon

Season ➔ Planka

14

Route RF | 1 week see pages 48/49 Lower deck A

B

C

D

A

B

C

D

Rijeka Airport (RJK, island of Krk) – first overnight port

Deck (main or upper deck) E

A

Lower deck

B

C

D

E

Deck (main or upper deck) E

A

B

C

A

B

C

D

D

E

A

B

C

Pula Airport (PUY) – first overnight port

244 €

Zagreb Airport (ZAG) – Port of Rijeka

D

Ljubljana Airport (LJU) – first overnight port Trieste Airport (TRS) – Port of Rijeka

Transfer prices on request

Venice Airport (VCE) – Port of Rijeka

E

HB

14

649 749 849 899 949 719 819 919 969 1019

Kapetan Kuka KUK HB

19

649 749 849 899 949 749 849 949 999 1049

Aria

ARI

HB

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775 889 999 1075 1125 950 1064 1174 1250 1300

Alpha

ALP

HB

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849 975 1125 1199 1249 1049 1175 1325 1399 1449

PLA

213 €

Trieste Airport (TRS) – first overnight port

Deck (main or upper deck) E

39 €

Pula Airport (PUY) – Port of Rijeka

Ljubljana Airport (LJU) – Port of Rijeka

Routes RB/RC | 1 week see pages 52/53, 54/55 Lower deck

39 €

Zagreb Airport (ZAG) – first overnight port

449 549 649 699 749 549 649 749 799 849

Min. number of participants

Season ➔ Planka

Rijeka Airport (RJK, island of Krk) – Port of Rijeka

Board

Prices in € per person

Venice Airport (VCE) – first overnight port Treviso Airport (TSF) – Port of Rijeka Treviso Airport (TSF) – first overnight port The transfer fees shown are valid for flights booked with I.D. Riva Tours, as well as when booked with another travel agent or the airline directly. Prices for intermediate transfers with combined bookings (e.g. cruise + hotel) on request.

Arrival to the Port of Rijeka

The Riva Service Team at the Port of Rijeka

All mentioned cruise prices refer to the occupancy of a double or twin cabin with two persons. Reductions and surcharges you will find here: Children‘s reduction up to 14 years (not valid for charter)

Surcharges & reductions per person

1 adult + 1 child in a double or twin cabin

30 %

Surcharge for double or twin cabin for single use

50 %

2 adults + 2 children in 2 double or twin cabins

30 %

Reduction when bringing your own bicycle with you on the routes RB & RC

45 €

1 adult + 2 children in a triple cabin

30 %

Surcharge for eBike (electrical bicycle) on the routes RB & RC (reservation on request)

130 €

2 adults + 1 child in a triple cabin

50 %

Reduction for the 3rd person when booking a triple cabin for 3 adults

20 %

2 Erw. + 2 Kinder in Vierbettkabine (only MS Kapetan Kuka)

50 %

The prices do not include sojourn taxes and groundage. The total amount of € 28 per week and per person (children up to 12 years: € 14) is payable upon embarkation.

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Port of Embarkation Rijeka

Departure Dates and Prices for Cruises ex Rijeka


Port of Embarkation Zadar

Welcome to Zadar !

Embarkation & Parking Between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm embarkation in the port of Zadar. If you are travelling to Zadar in your own car, you can drive into the port and directly to your ship from 10:00 am until 12:00 noon at the latest. Here you can unload your luggage. Our service team will help you to bring your luggage on board, which will first be left on deck until the cabins are ready for occupancy at 11:30 am. Then take your car to the parking garage reserved via I.D. Riva Tours and return to the port on foot (approx. 700 m).

If it becomes apparent that your arrival to the port will be delayed, please call us, so that we can inform the captain of your ship. Depending on the time of your delayed arrival, we will inform you about an alternative port of embarkation, or organise a transfer for you.

The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Zadar airport until 12:00 noon, embarkation in the port At the end of your cruise, you will of Zadar is guaranteed. Passengers pick up your car from the parking lot arriving later will be transferred to Saturday morning, drive to the port, the first port of call for embarkation. and load your luggage right prior to As some return flights are in the your departure. afternoon or evening, you may The parking fee is HRK 395.00 (approx. € 53.00) per week, and for legal reasons, it needs to be paid in the local currency kuna.

Port Map of Zadar

Map Data © Google | Map created at GPSVisualizer.com

safe, free of charge. The transfer fees you will find on page 75.

Breakfast at the Port Even when arriving at the port already early Saturday morning, the embarkation takes place at 11:30 am. To shorten the waiting time, we offer you the possibility to have breakfast at the port, as the first service is the welcome snack at lunchtime on board. In the old town, just 300 m away from the berths of our fleet, you can have breakfast à la carte at the Restaurant “Central Point”, at € 6.00 to € 12.00 per per-

son. Riva guests are granted 15% discount. During this time, we will keep your luggage safe, free of charge.

Pre-Cruise Stay If you like to stay for one or more nights in the vicinity of the port before or after your cruise, we recommend the “Old Town Apartments”,. See page 59.

Luggage service Motorway A1 Exit Zadar 1

Parking garage

Directions Walkway from the garage to the port Berths of the Riva fleet 100 m

still have enough time for strolling through the old town or having a swim at the nearby beaches. During this time, we will keep your luggage

Welcome desk at the Port of Zadar

idriva.com

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Arriving by Plane


Old Town Apartments

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Riva fleet Donat Stošija

Lovre Marija

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For detailed price overview, surcharges and discounts see page 75

on the second floor of an historic building in the old town. The studio comprises an open-plan living/sleeping area including a double bed, a sofa bed (sleeps 1 child up to 12 years of age), air conditioning, and a kitchenette with electric stove, oven, microwave oven, and dishwasher. Furthermore, there is a bathroom with shower. A washing machine is provided for your convenience. 3 Studio apartments for 2-4 persons ST3/ST4/ST5 “Stošija”: Each unit offers approx. 30-35 m2 of living space, comprising an open-plan living/sleeping area with one double bed, a sofa bed (sleeps 2), tv, and cooking facilities including a microwave oven. Furthermore, there is a bathroom with shower. All studios are located on the top floor of an historic building in the old town and are equipped with air conditioning. Studio apartment for 2-4 persons ST6 “Lovre 1”: approx. 30 m2, located on the top floor of an historic building in the old town. The studio comprises an open-plan living/sleeping area with double bed, air conditioning, and cooking facilities including an electric stove as well as an oven. Steep stairs lead to the gallery, where two more people can sleep. Furthermore, there is a bathroom with shower. Studio apartment for 2-4 persons ST7 “Lovre 2”: approx. 35 m2, located on the top floor of an historic build-

Old Town Apartments

Board

Discover Zadar, the city which was voted the best European destination for 2016, and enjoy a comfortable stay right in the centre of the amazing historic town which will most certainly capture you with its unique atmosphere and rich day- and nightlife. The city of Zadar is already three thousand years old and is considered one of the most beautiful cities on the coast. Its rich cultural heritage as well as its famous contemporary architectural installations, like the “Sea Organ” or the “Greeting to the Sun” make Zadar one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast. The Sea Organ is a new urban installation, where you may listen to the unique music created by the waves while enjoying spectacular views of the sea and the nearby islands. It is a place where people come to enjoy the sunset. The experience of the sunset is enhanced by a another unique installation called Greeting to the Sun, which is composed of three hundred multi-layered glass panels that absorb the sun’s radiation throughout the day and reflect it back in the form of various light effects at night. It is not for nothing that the city has been frequently praised by the media as “the perfect city break in Croatia” (The Times), and “Croatia’s new capital of cool” (The Guardian). Studio apartment for 2-3 persons ST1 “Donat”: approx. 35 m2, located

ing in the old town. The studio comprises an open-plan living/sleeping area with one double bed, a sofa bed (sleeps 2), air conditioning, and cooking facilities including an electric stove as well as an oven. Furthermore, there is a bathroom with shower. Studio apartment for 2-4 persons ST8 “Marija”: approx. 49 m2, located on the second floor of an historic building in the old town. The studio comprises an open-plan living/sleeping area with sofa bed (sleeps 2), air conditioning, and a kitchenette including an electric stove, oven, and dishwasher. Furthermore, there is a bathroom with shower. Ladder stairs lead to the gallery, where you can find a double bed. A washing machine is provided for your convenience. Board: Breakfast is included in the rates and will be served at restaurant “Central Point” in the immediate vicinity. Further details: All studio apartments offer free WiFi. Public parking lots (at surcharge) are located on the edge of the old town.

Example

Prices in € per unit per night 01.01.-20.05. 21.05.-03.06. 04.06.-08.07. 09.07.-19.08. 24.09.-31.12. 10.09.-23.09. 20.08.-09.09.

ST1 2-3 pers. studio „Donat" BB 75 81 ST3 2-4 pers. studio „Stošija 1“ BB 80 100 ST4 2-4 pers. studio „Stošija 2“ BB 80 100 ST5 2-4 pers. studio „Stošija 3“ BB 80 100 ST6 2-4 pers. studio „Lovre 1“ BB 80 100 ST7 2-4 pers. studio „Lovre 2“ BB 80 100 ST8 2-4 pers. studio „Marija“ BB 105 125 Possible arrival days daily daily Minimum stay (nights) 1 1 Special discounts (discounts cannot be combined) 15% discount for stays from 7 nights during the whole season 10% discount for stays from 3 nights during the whole season

125 130 130 130 130 130 145 daily 1

136 140 140 140 140 140 165 daily 1

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Port of Embarkation Zadar

tion Our recommenda s ay st for pre-cruise


Port of embarkation Zadar

MY VOYAGE

Port of Embarkation Zadar

DELUXE Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Single cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ Dreimaster ■ bathing platform

44 m 37 15 1 2

✔ ✔ ✔

For years the Škarica family sailed with the wooden motorized sailing boat MS Dalmatino on our routes from Zadar. In the early and late seasons, the focus was on our bicycle routes. A few years ago, the family decided to build a new boat in order to offer our guests more comfort. Already in spring 2015, the shipyard in Split started with the construction, so that the “Carpe Diem” strengthened our fleet in time for the 2016 season. While father Ante does not give up control of the Dalmatino, his sons Roko and Jure – both captains for many years – steered the Carpe Diem through the island world. And the “good soul” mother Nada not only takes care of the logistics, but also makes sure that everything in the galley is always in perfect order. The family’s latest newbuilding – the “MY Voyage“, a vessel of the Deluxe category – has been launched for the 2020 season. Jure retains command of the Carpe Diem, while Roko has taken the helm of the Voyage. General data: Length 44 m, built in 2020. 37 beds in 18 cabins with individually controllable air conditioning, safe, LCD-TV, hair dryer, and shower/toilet.

Lower deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 2 triple cabins with separate beds, two of which can be made up to a double bed*. Main deck: 3 double cabins with queen-size bed, 4 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 2 double cabins with separate beds, 1 single cabin. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Sun deck (250 m2) with 36 sun loungers, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 37 guests on the upper deck, comfortable seating sets for about 20 persons in the lounge area on the covered upper deck right behind the saloon. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captains Roko & Jure Twin cabin separate beds on deck

Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

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Route Route description see page Price lower deck HB

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Surcharge cabin on deck

Triple cabin lower deck

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Port of embarkation Zadar

MS CARPE DIEM PREMIUM 40 m 35 16 1

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The Škarica family and her classic wooden vessel MS Dalmatino have been cruising on our tours departing from Zadar already since many years. While doing the regular itineraries during high season, other periods were especially reserved for our popular bike & boat cruises. With the clear intention of offering even more comfort to their passengers, the Škarica family decided a few years ago to build a new boat. The building of the new vessel already started in spring 2015 at the shipyard in Split. In the beginning of summer 2016, the Carpe Diem made her maiden voyage. The modernly designed steel-hull vessel offers 17 comfortable cabins, a spacious saloon on the upper deck and even a bicycle garage is provided for the convenience of our bike & boat cruise guests. While father Ante does not give up the steering wheel of the Dalmatino, his sons Roko and Jure – both have of course been captains for years – have been steering the Carpe Diem through the island world. And “good soul” mother Nada does not only take care of the logistics, but also makes sure that everything in the galley

Port of Embarkation Zadar

Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ comfortable steel ship ■ bicycle garage ■ bathing platform

is always in perfect order. The family’s latest newbuilding – the “MY Voyage“, a vessel of the Deluxe category – has been launched for the 2020 season. Jure retains command of the Carpe Diem, while Roko has taken the helm of the Voyage. General data: Length 40 m, built in 2016. 35 beds in 17 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 7 double cabins with queen-size bed, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 5 twin cabins with separate beds. Other: Other: Sun deck (250 m2) with 27 sun loungers, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 36 guests on the upper deck, comfortable seating sets in the lounge area on the covered upper deck right behind the saloon. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Bicycle garage on the main deck. Minimum number of participants: 20 persons

Captains Jure & Roko

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Port of embarkation Zadar

MS SAGENA

Port of Embarkation Zadar

PREMIUM Length 31 m Passengers 18 Twin/double cabins 6 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ exclusive, comfortable wooden boat ■ special ambience, combined with elegant lines

The MS Sagena undoubtedly is one of the most comfortable motorized sailing boats of the Adriatic Sea. Built in 1991 and reconstructed already in 2007, this classic-style wooden vessel offers eight spacious cabins and plenty of space for everyone, whether in the saloon or on deck. By end of summer 2014, MS Sagena was sold to Joško Kordić, also known as former captain of MS Vila. We are more than convinced that the Sagena is in safe hands with captain Joško and his crew, who will take you to some of the most beautiful spots of the Croatian Adriatic Sea and its countless islands and secluded bays. For the 2017 season, all en-suite bathrooms have been renovated and newly furnished. In summer Joško’s wife Martina and his daughters Marieta and Lola are also frequently on board. They take care not only of the cleanliness on the boat, but also of the well-being of their guests, many of whom return to the Sagena every year.

General data: Length 31 m, built in 1991, renovated in 2007. 18 beds in 8 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 1 double cabin with queen-size bed, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above, 2 twin cabins with separate beds. Main deck: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed. Upper deck: 1 double cabin with queen-size bed, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Other: Sun deck (100 m2) with 16 deck chairs and 2 sun loungers, table with benches for about 14 people on the covered afterdeck right behind the saloon, saloon with air conditioning for 18 guests. A SUP (standup paddling board) is available free of charge, as well as a funtube which is pulled by the dinghy (RIB with 30 HP) against payment on site. Minimum number of participants: 10 persons

Captain Joško

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MS KAŽIMIR COMFORT PLUS

Built in 1946, and fully reconstructed in the winter of 1999/2000, the Kažimir is one of the largest wooden vessels in our offer. When the Šango family from Privlaka, a place close to Zadar, started with rebuilding, they intended to make a “completely new” boat. All existing superstructures were removed and even the ship’s hull has been entirely remodelled. The hard work and effort paid off, as the Kažimir turned out to be not only the largest wooden vessel at that time, but also to be the first vessel featuring on-deck cabins for all passengers. While captain Kažo (also known as Braco) and his son Renato are responsible for steering the boat and other seamen’s work aboard, his wife Zdenka takes care of the guest’s wellbeing. During the last winters they have invested a lot of work, diligence and money to refresh the ship. Every guest who has already been on board

Port of Embarkation Zadar

Length 39 m Passengers 36 Twin/double cabins 9 Triple cabins 6 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional, spacious wooden boat ■ all cabins on deck

the Kažimir will notice this immediately – whether in the saloon, in the cabins or on deck. By the way, work on the ship will continue diligently for the seasons coming up – just let us surprise you. General data: Length 39 m, built in 1946, reconstructed in 2000, renovated 2016-2020. 36 beds in 15 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Main deck: 6 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed. Upper deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 3 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (150 m2) with 15 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for about 28 guests, air-conditioned saloon for 36 guests. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Renato, Zdenka & Braco

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Port of embarkation Zadar

MS KRUNA MORA

Port of Embarkation Zadar

COMFORT PLUS

Length 43.75 m Passengers 35 Single cabins 1 Twin/double cabins 12 Triple cabins 2 Quadruple cabins 1 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ big wooden boat ■ divided dining and lounge area

For many years, Captain Damir Kordić stood together with his younger brother Joško at the helm of the boat MS Vila and sailed their guests through the enchanting island world of the Kvarner Bay. Then, he decided to buy a bigger boat and thus, the big search began. In Greece he finally found what he was looking for – the Kruna Mora (the ”Sea Crown” in English) which is, with the length of nearly 44 metres, the largest classic-style wooden vessel in our fleet. After several years of crossing the waters of southern Dalmatia and Montenegro with his Kruna Mora and showing his guests the Kvarner Bay for two summers from Rijeka, Damir has been sailing from Zadar through the island world of northern and central Dalmatia since the 2017 season. General data: Length 43.75 m, built in 1964, renovated in 2000 and in 2007. 35 beds in 16 cabins with shower/toilet and individually con-

trollable air conditioning. Cabins in the lower deck are a bit larger than those on deck, cabins on deck are equipped more up-to-date. Lower deck: 1 quadruple cabin with queen-size bed and 2 separate beds, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed plus separate bed, 1 triple cabin with separate beds, 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 1 single cabin with a queen-size bed (width 125 cm). Main deck: 2 twin cabins with separate beds. Upper deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 twin cabins with separate beds. Other: Sun deck (250 m2) with 5 deck chairs and 15 sun loungers, 6 lounger mattresses on the upper deck, tables with benches and chairs on deck for 30 guests, saloon with air conditioning for 35 people with separated dining and lounge area. Minimum number of participants: 18 persons

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MS DALMATINO COMFORT PLUS

The MS Dalmatino is another great example that the ships of the RivaFleet are all family businesses. The Škarica family from the small village of Duće-Glavica near Omiš has purchased their vessel MS Dalmatino in 2008, which has been since then joining our fleet. While the two sons Roko and Jure are responsible for the family’s other ships, the Carpe Diem and the Voyage, father Ante still is the Captain in charge of his beloved MS Dalmatino. Captain Ante is supported by his wife Nada, who is managing all required logistics for the three ships. A couple of years ago, there was a very special event on the MS Dalmatino –

Port of Embarkation Zadar

Length 26 m Passengers 26 Twin/double cabins 13 Triple cabins — Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ traditional line ■ all cabins on deck

a wedding ceremony was held on the ship. General data: Length 26 m, built in 1957, renovated in 1990. 26 beds in 13 twin cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Main deck: 8 twin cabins with bunk beds. Upper deck: 5 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (90 m2) with 10 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for about 20 guests, saloon with air conditioning for 26 guests. Minimum number of participants: 15 persons

Captain Ante

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Zadar Zadar Archipel

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Across the Islands Paradise of Dalmatia to the most beautiful Beach and Split 1 week ex Zadar – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Zadar–Vodice

in 17 falls, with up to 100 m broad cascades, the Krka rushes down 45.7 metres. Park entrance, including Between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm boat ride approx. € 15 (June– boarding at the port of Zadar. If you arrive in Zadar by your own The port of embarkation for passen- September approx. € 27), payable on-site. On our return to the Adricar, you can go from 10:00 am to gers arriving by plane depends on atic Sea, we will stop in Šibenik. The 12:00 noon at the latest into the the flight schedule. With transfer most famous building in the fortressport and directly to your ship. Here booking via I.D. Riva Tours and like old town is the St. Jacob’s Catheyou can unload your luggage. Our flight arrival to Zadar airport until service team will help you to bring 12:00 noon, embarkation in the port dral, the most important Renaissance monument in Croatia. After a your luggage on board, which will of Zadar is guaranteed. Passengers brief stroll through the old town, we be parked on deck until the cabins arriving later will be transferred to are ready for occupancy at 11:30 am. the first port of call for embarkation. continue to Rogoznica, a pleasant holiday and fishing village, where we Afterwards you bring your car to the parking garage reserved by I.D. Riva Sunday: Vodice–Krka Waterfalls– will spend the night. The village lies on a small island, connected to the Tours and return to the harbour on Šibenik–Rogoznica foot (approx. 700 m). After embarmainland only by a narrow causey. A few miles further south, we leave kation, our representatives will Monday: Rogoznica– welcome you aboard with a drink the Adriatic Sea and turn into the Island of Brač and you will meet the crew and your embouchure of the River Krka. We fellow passengers. After a lunch go upstream and anchor in Skradin, snack “Cast off!”, heading towards shortly before the famous Krka Today we will head to the picturone of the numerous islands, where waterfalls. From there, smaller boats esque seaside town of Bol, located we will enjoy our first dip into the will take us to the National Park. You on the island of Brač. Here you will will have the opportunity to visit discover one of the most beautiful sea. We will then continue towards beaches in the entire Mediterra“Skradinski Buk”, the most popular Vodice, a bustling holiday resort. nean area – “Zlatni Rat” (the Golden After dinner on board, you will part of the waterfall area, where have the opportunity to enjoy the evening with a glass of wine in one of the cozy taverns or Konobas.

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Horn), which is constantly changing direction due to the ocean currents. After we moor in the port of Bol, you have the opportunity to take a 20-minute walk to the beach “Zlatni Rat”. During the season there is also a half-hourly mini-train from the harbour to the beach. We will spend the night at Bol.

adventure at the canyon. The zipline comprises of eight cables with a total length of 2,100 m. (Booking and payment on site). Afterwards, the vessel will take us to Split, our next port of call. Split is Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 year old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is today a UNESCO-protected site. After a guided city tour, you will have the rest of the evening at your disposal to discover the old town on your own and to enjoy the bustling Mediterranean atmosphere on the famous promenade of Split. Overnight stay in the port of Split.

Thursday: Island of Zlarin– Kornati National Park– Zadar Archipelago

us on a walk through the impressive old town, surrounded by broad walls. He will show us the main sights and attractions – for example, According to the Irish author George the Roman Forum, the circular Bernard Shaw, ”On the last day of Church of Sveti Donat, the cathedral creation, God crowned his work, of Sveta Stošija and the worldwide and thus created, out of tears, stars unique Sea Organs, whose sounds and breath, the Kornati Islands”. The and melodies are created purely by beautiful scenery, countless small the waves. Overnight stay in Zadar. Tuesday: Island of Brač– and large islands, and the turquoise sea – all this makes the Kornati Omiš–Split Saturday: Disembarkation Islands a unique paradise. It is the largest and most dense archipelago After breakfast, disembarkation until Today’s first destination is Omiš, a picturesque town on the mainland. in the Adriatic Sea – comprising 9:00 am. Omiš boasts a privileged seaside 147 islands, islets and reefs, which Rogoznica cover an area of 35 km of length. We position and is located at the mouth cruise along the entire length of the of the Cetina river. In thousands of years the Cetina river shaped a Kornati Islands and head towards a canyon and created bizarre formaWednesday: Split–Primošten– bay on the northern end for a swim. Island of Zlarin Overnight stay in one of the ports of tions in the stone of the riverbed. the island of Dugi Otok or a neighThe crystal-clear water, the high cliffs - up to 180 m -, the waterfalls After a swim in one of the marvelous bouring island. and lakes offer sights of an unspoilt bays at the mainland or the island nature. Enjoy lunch on board and do of Drvenik, we will visit Primošten, a Friday: Zadar Archipelago–Zadar Split not miss the opportunity to take a picturesque hillside town on a small walk through this lovely place with island, connected to the mainland. Before returning to Zadar, we will its numerous cafés, bars and beauIn the evening, we will sail back into anchor in one of the numerous bays tiful beaches. Alternatively, we the island world and moor in the to take a last refreshing swim in the recommend a rafting tour on the small harbour of the fishing village Adriatic Sea. After arriving in Zadar, a Cetina river or a three-hour zipline of Zlarin on the homonymous island. local tour guide will await us to take

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What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

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Island Hopping by Bicycle in Northern Dalmatia including the National Parks Kornati Islands & Krka Waterfalls 1 week ex Zadar – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Zadar–Petrčane– Zaton–Nin–Island of Vir Between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm boarding at the port of Zadar. If you arrive in Zadar by your own car, you can go from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at the latest into the port and directly to your ship. Here you can unload your luggage. Our service team will help you to bring your luggage on board, which will be parked on deck until the cabins are ready for occupancy at 11:30 am. Afterwards you bring your car to the parking garage reserved by I.D. Riva Tours and return to the harbour on foot (approx. 700 m). Our bicycles will be waiting for you in front of the boat. After having chosen the right bike for you, our staff will proceed with loading the bicycles on board. There follows a meet & greet including a welcome drink with our representative, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. After having enjoyed a welcome snack on board, we will take our bikes and discover the Riviera of Zadar. From Zadar we will go via Petrčane to Nin. Nin, located on a small island and connected by two bridges to the

mainland, was once the seat of Croatian Bishops and at times even the royal city. Particularly noteworthy is the church of Sv. Križ dating back to the 11th century, also known as “the smallest cathedral in the world”. After a break, we will continue our bicycle tour heading to the port of Vir (28.7 km by bike). The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Zadar airport until 12:00 noon, embarkation in the port of Zadar is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Sunday: Island of Vir–Island of Molat–Island of Zverinac After breakfast, we head to the island of Molat. After having enjoyed lunch on board, we will cycle from the fishing village of Molat to the village of Zapuntel and return by the same route back to our vessel. In the afternoon, there will be plenty of time to enjoy a swim, before the boat takes us to the island of Zver-

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inac. Dinner and overnight stay in Zverinac (18.0 km). Monday: Island of Zverinac– Island of Dugi Otok After breakfast, we weigh anchor and cross over to Božava on the island of Dugi Otok. The island is called “Long Island” for a good reason - it is about 44 km long and in some parts only a few hundred metres wide. We unload the bikes and ride to the lighthouse of Veli Rat, which marks the north-western end of the island. We then continue on to Brbinj, where we will have lunch on board, before heading to Sali, the capital and administrative centre of the island of Dugi Otok. Enjoy dinner in one of Sali’s lovely restaurants. Overnight stay in Sali (30.5 km). Tuesday: Island of Dugi Otok– Nature Park Telašćica–Kornati Islands National Park–Šibenik Starting from Sali, we will do a bike tour to the Nature Park Telašćica. Telašćica is a bay which forms a roughly 8-km-deep indentation in the south-east of the island of Dugi Otok. We take a walk to the salt-water lake and up the breathtaking cliffs which tower up here to 161 m above sea level, offering breathtaking views of the surroundings. After returning to Sali, we will head to the Kornati Islands National Park while having lunch on board. On our way, we will stop in a secluded bay for swimming and sunbathing. Enjoy the peace and quiet of the 125 mostly uninhabited islands and islets of the National Park. After about four hours, we will reach Šibenik, where we recommend a stroll through the historic town.

Afterwards, you will have the oppor- Murter we will reach the Podvrške tunity to visit a restaurant for dinner. bay with its marvelous pebble Overnight stay in Šibenik (18.8 km). beach. Captain’s dinner on board and overnight stay in the bay of Wednesday: Šibenik–Skradin Podvrške (33.5 km). & Krka Waterfalls–Martinska– Friday: Island of Murter–Island of Vodice Pašman–Island of Ugljan–Zadar After breakfast, we will head upstream on the Krka river and moor During breakfast, we will head in Skradin, just before the famous towards Tkon on the island of Krka waterfalls. Our today’s first bike Pašman. Today we will “conquer” two tour will take us to “Skradinski Buk”, islands – Pašman and Ugljan. From the best known part of the waterTkon we will ride over Pašman to the falls, where on a distance of 800 m bridge that connects the two islands. the Krka river falls in 17 waterfalls At lunchtime, we will reach Preko, and cascades – which are up to where we will have lunch on board, 100 m wide – 46 m into the depth. before enjoying a last refreshing After a visit to the area of the water- dip. After having had some time for falls, we will ride back to Skradin, to swimming and sunbathing, we will have lunch on board before contin- set off for Zadar, where our guide is uing our cruise to the small port of already waiting to take us on a tour Martinska. From Martinska, we will through the historic town with its go by bike to the popular summer impressive surrounding walls and resort Vodice. There follows the many more other interesting sights opportunity to visit a restaurant and secrets to discover. Afterwards for dinner. Overnight stay in Vodice you can take the opportunity to (8.9 resp. 11.4 km). enjoy dinner in one of the numerous restaurants. Overnight stay in Zadar Thursday: Vodice–Tribunj– (30.3 km). Tisno–Island of Murter Saturday: Disembarkation Today we will discover a part of the coast with numerous offshore After breakfast, disembarkation until islets – from Vodice, we will ride to 9:00 am. the 100-metre-high vantage point Please note: “Okit”, continuing on to Tribunj, a picturesque small place located Itinerary and activities are subject to on an island, which is connected to the mainland by a natural stone slight changes due to weather and local conditions. Therefore it might bridge. After an one hour’s break, we will head to Tisno. There follows occur that lunch is served on board instead of dinner and vice versa. the opportunity to have lunch in a restaurant, before continuing our tour to the island of Murter. A bridge will lead us to the island of Murter, where we will enjoy a tour around the island – passing Lovišća and


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1 week ex Zadar – departures on Saturdays Featuring a well-done blend of swimming, sunbathing, short bike tours, sightseeing tours, guided walks and easy hikes, our “Active & Cappuccino” cruises could be best described as „active light with a pinch of culture“. The programme, which is accompanied and led at all times by a tour guide, is aimed at all those who don’t just want to spend their cruise on the sun deck and in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic, but don’t want either to be forced to go on daily bike tours of 40 or 50 km or spend hours on hikes. And, of course, there’s enough time left over to sit around or enjoy a relaxed cappuccino. Our “Active & Cappuccino” cruise is also suitable for families with children, as it’s also possible to hire children’s bikes. According to the motto “anything goes but nothing’s compulsory”, you decide for yourself which activities you want to participate in or if you would just like to spend one or more days on the boat relaxing and enjoying your free time.

Saturday: Zadar–Island of Ugljan–Island of Pašman Embarkation, bicycle tour on the Island of Ugljan Between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm boarding at the port of Zadar. If you arrive in Zadar by your own car, you can go from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at the latest into the port and directly to your ship. Here you can unload your luggage. Our service team will help you to bring your luggage on board, which will be parked on deck until the cabins are ready for occupancy at 11:30 am. Afterwards you bring your car to the parking garage reserved by I.D. Riva Tours and return to the harbour on foot (approx. 700 m). Our bicycles will be waiting for you in front of the boat. After having chosen the right bike for you, our staff will proceed with loading the bicycles on board. There follows a meet & greet including a welcome drink with our representative, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers.

While enjoying a snack, we weigh anchor and set out for our first port of call on the island of Ugljan. We drop anchor in Preko to start our first bicycle tour, which will take us to Kukljica (approx. 8 km). We then continue by boat to Pašman, a lovely place located on the homonymous island. Dinner on board and overnight stay in Pašman.The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Zadar airport until 12:00 noon, embarkation in the port of Zadar is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Sunday: Island of Pašman–Island of Murter–Vodice Bicycle tour on the island of Murter, visit to the museum of traditional shipbuilding After breakfast we continue our journey to the island of Murter and moor in the Bay of Podvrške. Our

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today’s bicycle tour will take us first to Betina, where we will visit the museum of traditional shipbuilding. On our way back to the boat (approx. 8 km in total), we will stop in Murter, where you can take the opportunity to enjoy olive oil tasting accompanied by some delicious cheese, ham and a glass of wine (approx. € 15 per person, payable on site). Lunch will be served on board, before heading to the Bay of Tijašćica located on the island of Tijat. After an extended break for swimming and sunbathing, we will continue our cruise to the bustling holiday resort Vodice. There is an opportunity to dine out at one of the local restaurants, or taverns. Overnight stay in Vodice.

one of the bays of the Prokljansko Jezero – where the Krka widens out to form a lake – to take lunch on board and enjoy a refreshing dip. The cruise continues to Skradin. There follows an opportunity to dine out. Overnight stay in Skradin. Tuesday: Skradin–Krka Waterfalls–Island of Zlarin Bicycle tour through the Krka Waterfalls National Park

After breakfast we cycle along the Krka to the “Skradinski Buk” (about 5 km each way), which is the most famous part of the National Park of the Krka waterfalls where, over a distance of 800 m, the Krka plunges 46 m over 17 waterfalls with Monday: Vodice–Šibenik– cascades of up to 100 m in width. Skradin After returning and taking lunch on Guided tour of Šibenik, fortresses board, we weigh anchor and head of Barone and Sveti Mihovil, once again for the Adriatic coast. Cappuccino Our next stop is the bay of Minerska with its marvelous pebble beach, We set sail for Šibenik and, after from where we walk to the fortified about half an hour, turn into the islet of Sveti Nikola. After a break for estuary of the river Krka. The best swimming and sunbathing, we set known building in the old city, remi- sail for the Island of Zlarin, where we niscent of a fortress, is the Cathewill moor in the homonymous place. dral of St. Jacob, the most imporThere follows an opportunity to dine tant monument of the Renaissance at one of the restaurants. Overnight in Croatia. During the guided tour stay in the port of Zlarin. through the old town we climb up to the fortresses of Barone and Sveti Wednesday: Island of Zlarin– Mihovil, situated above the town, Kornati Islands National Park– and offering magnificent views over Island of Levrnaka–Nature Park the Krka estuary and the sea to the Telašćica islands just off the coast. Then we Kornati National Park, walk invite you to a cappuccino at the on the Island of Levrnaka, fortress of Barone before we call into Nature Park Telašćica

According to the Irish author George Bernard Shaw, “On the last day of creation, God crowned his work, and thus created, out of tears, stars and breath, the Kornati Islands”. The beautiful scenery, countless small and large islands, and the turquoise sea - all this makes the Kornati Islands a unique paradise. It is the largest and most dense archipelago in the Adriatic Sea comprising 147 islands, islets and reefs, which cover an area of 35 km of length. After some time for swimming and sunbathing, and after having enjoyed lunch on board, we will cruise the entire length of the National Park. We moor on the island of Levrnaka to take a walk across the island. We then leave the National Park at the north-western end and enter the Telašćica Nature Park. In this wonderful environment the captain’s dinner, which is served this evening, will taste even better. Thursday: Nature Park Telašćica– Island of Vir Walk to the salt-water lake and to the cliffs at Nature Park Telašćica Telašćica is a bay which forms a roughly 8-km-deep indentation in the south-east of the island of Dugi Otok. We take a walk to the saltwater lake and up the breathtaking cliffs which tower up here to 161 m above sea level, offering breathtaking views of the surroundings. We then continue our voyage, heading to one of the countless secluded bays of the Archipelago. After a

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swimming break and lunch on board we set a course for the island of Vir. There follows the opportunity to visit a restaurant for dinner. Overnight stay in Vir. Friday: Island of Vir–Nin–Zadar Bicycle tour to the salt works in Nin, guided tour of Zadar We leave Vir, heading to Zaton, from where we will do a bicycle tour (approx. 8 km) to Nin. Nin, located on a small island and connected by two bridges to the mainland, was once the seat of Croatian Bishops and at times even the royal city. Particularly noteworthy is the church of Sv. Križ dating back to the 11th century, also known as “the smallest cathedral in the world”. After a visit to the salt works, we will return back to our boat to enjoy lunch on board and a break for swimming and sunbathing, before running into the port of Zadar, where our tour guide will be waiting to take you on a guided tour of the old town surrounded by mighty walls. Opportunity to dine in one of the numerous restaurants and overnight stay in Zadar. Saturday: Disembarkation After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am. Notes: Although the itinerary is following the motto “anything goes but nothing’s compulsory”, and you can decide which activities you wish to participate in, there will be no refund for unused services. Please note that itinerary and activities are subject to slight changes due to weather and local conditions. Therefore it might occur that lunch is served on board instead of dinner and vice versa.

Port of Embarkation Zadar

Route ZC

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

programme ■ Half board according to the

route description ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s dinner ■ English and German speaking

guide in the port during embarkation and disembarkation ■ English respectively German

speaking guide during the whole cruise ■ Bike rental (helmet hire

optional, please state at the time of booking) ■ E-bike available at extra charge ■ Guided bike tours, walks

and hikes according to the programme ■ Visit to the museum of tradi-

tional shipbuilding in Betina ■ Guided tour of Šibenik ■ Visit to the fortresses of Barone

and Sveti Mihovil ■ Cappuccino at the fortress of

Barone ■ Admission to the Krka Waterfalls

National Park ■ Admission to the Kornati Islands

National Park ■ Admission to the Telašćica

Nature Park ■ Visit to the salt works in Nin ■ Guided tour of Zadar

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1 week ex Zadar – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Zadar–Island of Ugljan Between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm boarding at the port of Zadar. If you arrive in Zadar by your own car, you can go from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at the latest into the port and directly to your ship. Here you can unload your luggage. Our service team will help you to bring your luggage on board, which will be parked on deck until the cabins are ready for occupancy at 11:30 am. Afterwards you bring your car to the parking garage reserved by I.D. Riva Tours and return to the harbour on foot (approx. 700 m). After embarkation, our representatives and guides will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!”, heading towards Preko on the island of Ugljan. We hike to the highest point of the island, where we will find the fortress of Sveti Mihovil. From there we will enjoy a unique view of Zadar, all the way to the Velebit mountain range on one side, and of the islands of Iž and Dugi Otok on the other side. Dinner aboard and overnight stay at the port of Preko. The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer

booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Zadar airport until 12:00 noon, embarkation in the port of Zadar is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Walking time: approx. 3:00 hours; ascent and descent, each 250 metres altitude difference. Sunday: Island of Ugljan–Kornati Islands National Park–Telašćica Nature Park

down to the little church of “Our Lady of Tarac”. For overnight stay, we head for the Telašćica Nature Park, located in a deep bay in the south of the island of Dugi Otok. Walking time: approx. 4:00 hours; ascent and descent, each 237 metres altitude difference. Monday: Island of Dugi Otok– Island of Zverinac

We will start our today’s hiking tour in the bay of Mir, in the Telašćica After breakfast, we will head towards Nature Park. We walk slightly uphill the Kornati Islands National Park. to the cliffs, from where we will According to the Irish author George have a fantastic view on the Kornati Bernard Shaw, “On the last day of Islands National Park, on the Nature creation, God crowned his work, Park Telašćica and on part of the and thus created, out of tears, stars Zadar archipelago. We continue and breath, the Kornati Islands”. The along the rocky coast to the salt lake beautiful scenery, countless small “Mir”. We will walk all around the and large islands, and the turquoise lake, and then return to our ship, sea – all this makes the Kornati which will take us to the island of Islands a unique paradise. It is the Zverinac, where we will spend the largest and most dense archipelago night. in the Adriatic Sea – comprising Walking time: approx. 2:30 hours; 147 islands, islets and reefs, which ascent and descent, each 161 metres cover an area of 35 km of length. altitude difference. We head for the bay of Tarac on the island of Kornat, where we will start Tuesday: Island of Zverinac– our today’s hike. Our destination Island of Dugi Otok–Starigrad-Pais the highest point on the island, klenica Mount Metlina (237 m). From there, we will enjoy a beautiful view on From Zverinac we will sail to the the island paradise, before returning nearby Božava on the island of Dugi

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Otok. Today’s tour takes us from Božava first on the mountain Kapelica (135 m), from where we will have a spectacular view of the bay Sakarun, the islands of Molat and Zverinac, and of the Veli Rat lighthouse. We continue along dry stone walls to the fishing village of Soline, and through the village of Polje to Veli Rat, where our ship will be waiting for us. Afterwards we will set off for Starigrad-Paklenica, where we will spend the night. Walking time: approx. 3:00 hours; ascent and descent, each 134 metres altitude difference.

of the National Park. From here, we will walk slightly uphill, through the Velika Paklenica Canyon, over the old trade route to the lodge. After a lunch break, we will head back, but first we will climb up to the Manita Peć cave. After exploring the cave, which is extraordinarily decorated with stalactites and stalagmites we will be transferred back to our ship, and then leave Starigrad-Paklenica to continue through a strait up the Zrmanja river to Obrovac. Overnight stay in Obrovac. Walking time: approx 6:00 hours; ascent and descent, each 560 metres altitude difference.

Wednesday: Starigrad-Paklenica– Thursday: Obrovac–Krupa Obrovac Canyon–Island of Vir Today we will walk through the A bus will take us from Obrovac to National Park of Paklenica. A transfer will take us from the port of the village of Golubić, from where Starigrad-Paklenica to the entrance we will start our hiking tour through

the landscape of karst and the canyon of the crystal clear Krupa River. On both sides up to 100 m high cliffs rise up from the canyon, while the singing birds and the croaking frogs accompany us. We will pass numerous rapids and gorgeous waterfalls. Afterwards we will be transferred by bus to the island of Vir, where we will meet our ship again. Overnight stay in Vir. Walking time: approx. 3:00 hours; ascent and descent, each 100 metres altitude difference.

tions. Before returning to Zaton, we continue to the sandy beach of Sabunike and to a bay with healing mud. The last part of our cruise takes us from Zaton back to Zadar. On arrival at the port of Zadar, an experienced tour guide will take us on a guided walk through the historic old town, with its numerous sights and monuments. Walking time: approx. 4:00 hours; ascent and descent, each 50 metres altitude difference. Saturday: Disembarkation

Friday: Island of Vir–Zaton–Zadar During breakfast, we will sail to Zaton, where today’s program begins. Through pine forests and across a quiet road, we will walk to the ancient Christian town of Nin, the former seat of Croatian bishops and kings, with antique excava-

After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.

Port of Embarkation Zadar

Route ZW

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Full board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast, lunch and dinner on the following days of your cruise – depending on the program lunch will be served either aboard or you will get a packed lunch during the hike; dinner is served aboard) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided hiking tours according

to the itinerary ■ Admission to the Kornati Islands

National Park ■ Admission to the Telašćica

Nature Park ■ Admission to the Paklenica

National Park including transfer from the port to the park and back ■ Bus transfer from Obrovac to

Golubić and Vir ■ Guided city tour of Zadar

Island of Dugi Otok

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1 week ex Zadar – departures on Saturdays It is not easy to set up routes at the desk that would turn out to be ideal for the entire season. Once an itinerary is advertised in the catalogue, the captain must follow it. Anyhow, our cruises among a thousand islands cannot be as precise as the Swiss Railways, but rather go hand in hand with nature. How can the obligation of a tour operator, who needs to describe the travel program in a catalogue, be reconciled with the experience that it is often best to decide spontaneously to stay in a sheltered bay to swim, or to moor in a small fishing village, the name of which never showed up in the printed program? Just leave it to the captain – spontaneously and without any obligation to adhere to the usual routes – to create his

■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise)

route, depending on the weather and to show his guests familiar sites, as well as hidden secrets outside these routes. This was the wish of our captains, who often tell us – “The happiest of our charter guests are those, with whom we discuss the program and the route together.”

■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Zadar

In order to make this possible also for our guests who book their cruises individually, and not as part of a charter group, we have listened to the proposals of our guests and captains and offer special Captains’ Tours, following the motto – “Let’s trust the captain – he will put together an interesting route for us, because ultimately, he knows the sea and the Croatian islands best!”

The Captain’s Route ex Zadar: ■ From 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, boar-

ding time in the port of Zadar. ■ The itinerary is not prescribed,

but created by the captain in a flexible way. Considering wheather and sea conditions, he will show you his favourite bays and places. ■ At least two nights in sheltered

coves and small fishing villages. ■ A maximum of three nights

in major towns, visited by the route Z2, possibly not on the same days as other ships. ■ Whenever possible, the group

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Cabins for single use without surcharge ! On some of our ships, double or twin cabins for single use can be booked without surcharge! MS Dalmatino 1 cabin MS Kažimir 1 cabin MS Kruna Mora (single cabin) 1 cabin MS Carpe Diem 1 cabin MY Voyage 1 cabin

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The transfer fees shown are valid for flights booked with I.D. Riva Tours, as well as when booked with another travel agent or the airline directly. Prices for intermediate transfers with combined bookings (e.g. cruise + hotel) on request. deck (subject to availability). This will be accordingly confirmed with your booking confirmation/invoice. There is no distinction between main and upper deck. Our cruises are not suitable for persons with reduced mobility due to the design of the ships. For further information, see page 133. Covid-19: For us as a tour operator, the well-being of our guests always has the highest priority. Therefore, we always inform you about current health measures and regulations under riva.to/actual

All mentioned cruise prices refer to the occupancy of a double or twin cabin with two persons. Reductions and surcharges you will find here: Children‘s reduction up to 14 years (not valid for charter)

Surcharges & reductions per person

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30 %

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50 %

2 adults + 2 children in 2 double or twin cabins

30 %

Reduction when bringing your own bicycle with you on the routes ZB & ZC

45 €

1 adult + 2 children in a triple cabin

30 %

Surcharge for eBike (electrical bicycle) on the routes ZB & ZC (reservation on request)

130 €

2 adults + 1 child in a triple cabin

50 %

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20 %

2 adults + 2 children in a quadruple cabin (MS Kruna Mora only)

50 %

The prices do not include sojourn taxes and groundage. The total amount of € 28 per week and per person (children up to 12 years: € 14) is payable upon embarkation.

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Port of Embarkation Trogir

Welcome to Trogir !

Embarkation & Parking Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm embarkation in the port of Trogir. If you are travelling to Trogir in your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Park your car here and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You can reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. If it becomes apparent that your

Port Map of Trogir

arrival to the port will be delayed, please call us, so that we can inform the captain of your ship. Depending on the time of your delayed arrival, we will inform you about an alternative port of embarkation, or organise a transfer for you.

Arriving by Plane

The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Split airport until 1:00 pm, embarkation in the port of Trogir is At the end of your cruise, our Service guaranteed. Passengers arriving later Team will transfer your luggage on will be transferred to the first port of Saturday morning to the parking lot. call for embarkation. The parking fee is HRK 350.00 As some return flights are in the (approx. € 47.00) per week, and for afternoon or evening, you may legal reasons, it needs to be paid in still have enough time for strolling the local currency kuna. through the old town or having a

The Riva Service Team at the Port of Trogir

swim at the nearby beaches. During this time, we will keep your luggage safe, free of charge. The transfer fees you will find on page 113.

Breakfast at the Port Even when arriving at the port already early Saturday morning, the embarkation takes place at 12:00 noon. To shorten the waiting time, we offer you the possibility to have breakfast at the port, as the first service is the welcome snack at lunchtime on board. In the old town, just 150 m away from the berths of

our fleet, you can have breakfast à la carte at the Restaurant “Monika”, at approximately € 9.00 per person. During this time, we will keep your luggage safe, free of charge.

Pre-Cruise Stay If you like to stay for one or more nights in the vicinity of the port before or after your cruise, we recommend the “Old Town Apartments & Rooms” or the Boutique Hotel Monika. See page 77.

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Hotel Monika****

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with 01.01.-30.04. 01.05.-30.06. 01.07.-31.08. 1 child up Single up to 3rd adult 01.11.-31.12. 01.09.-31.10. to 12 yrs. child 7 yrs

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ASswR 20-100 mT 20-100 mV 400 m Trogir, one of the most scenic places on the Croatian coast, is not for nothing often referred to as openair museum. Especially the historic part of the town which is located on a small island connected to the mainland by a bridge, boasts numerous sights and secrets to discover. Enhance your cruise experience with a pre-cruise or post-cruise stay in the heart of Trogir and enjoy comfy accommodation in a traditional stone house. Various monuments, cultural sights and art galleries as well as numerous restaurants and bars are within walking distance. Double rooms: modernly furnished, air conditioning, en suite bathroom with shower. Apartments for 2-4 persons: one double bedroom, separate living/

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sleeping area with kitchenette, air conditioning, bathroom with shower. Studio apartments for 2 persons ST1: living-/bedroom with air conditioning and kitchenette, bathroom with shower. ST1 without balcony. Studio apartments for 2 persons ST2: living-/bedroom with air conditioning and kitchenette, bathroom with shower. ST2 with balcony or shared terrace. Board: Breakfast is available at surcharge and will be served at a nearby restaurant. Further details: Parking lots are located outside the city walls, within walking distance of the accommodation, and are subject to surcharge (approx. 10 € per day).

Old Town Apartments & Rooms

Prices per person per night DD1 Double room Standard DD2 Double room Comfort DD3 Double room Superior Prices per unit per night ST1 2 pers. studio ST1 ST2 2 pers. studio ST2 AP1 2-4 pers. apartment Surcharge breakfast per person Possible arrival days Minimum stay (nights)

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accommodation (approx. 200 m), and are subject to surcharge (approx. 10 € per day). Comfort rooms: approx. 18-22 m2, comfortably furnished and equipped with air conditioning, TV, telephone, WiFi (free of charge), minibar, and a bathroom with bathtub. Single rooms have bathrooms with shower. Superior rooms: approx. 25-29 m2, comfortably furnished and equipped with air conditioning, TV, telephone, WiFi (free of charge), minibar, and a bathroom with bathtub. Extra bed available. Board: Breakfast buffet included in the room rates. Half board with dinner (menu choice) available at extra charge. Alternatively, guests of hotel Monika are entitled to a discount of 10% on food and beverages offered at the in-house restaurant.

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The historic town of Trogir is considered one of the most picturesque places on the Croatian coast. Due to its countless cultural sights, Trogir is often referred to as open-air museum, and is a World Heritage site protected by UNESCO. Enhance your cruise experience with a pre-cruise or post-cruise stay at hotel Monika which is located inside the city walls, and discover the gems of Trogir on your own. The hotel offers a total of 13 comfortably furnished rooms and suites in a historic building dating back to the 15th Century, which is just a few steps away from the port of embarkation for our cruises starting from Trogir. Facilities: reception, bar, à la carte restaurant with a spacious terrace in the courtyard, WiFi available in the entire hotel (free of charge), room service available 24/7. Public parking lots are located outside the city walls, within walking distance of the

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MY AZZURRO DELUXE

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

46 m 40 17 2

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44 years ago, in 1978, young Arsen and his father Tomislav started to show tourists the beauties of the Dalmatian island world with their small wooden ship MS Orkan. While Tomislav retired only a few years ago, Arsen and his three sons Karlo, Paško and Roko – all have been holding the captain’s licence for a long time – steer the family’s three ships. After the MY Mystic was launched in July 2015, we were able to welcome the MY Relax to our fleet in August 2018. Like the MY Mystic, the MY Relax also has 19 comfortable cabins, a spacious saloon with bar and seating area on the upper deck, cosy, covered seating groups in the lounge area behind the saloon and a huge sun deck at the top. The Relax, however, was not to be the last newbuilding of the Ercegović family, because already in June 2019 she got an identical sister ship – the “MY Azzurro”. While Karlo is at the helm of the Relax, and Paško at the helm of the Azzurro, Arsen and Roko will remain true to their Mystic.

General data: Length 46 m, built in 2019. 40 beds in 19 cabins with shower/toilet, hair dryer, and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 6 twin cabins with separate beds, 5 double cabins with queen-size bed. Other: Sun deck (220 m2) with 40 sun loungers, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck. The saloon opens onto the covered part of the upper deck, which comes with an outdoor lounge area with comfortable seating sets for approx. 30 people. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captain Paško Double cabin queen-size bed lower deck

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April May June July August September October 09 16 23 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T1 T3 T3 T5 T2 T3 T3 T7 T3 T3 T4 T1 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 92 96 96 100 94 96 96 102 96 96 98 92 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 200 849 849 699 699 699 849 849 1025 995 1075 1075 1115 1015 1099 1099 1069 1099 1099 2248 1069 1099 1099 1075 1025 849 699 699

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MY BELLEZZA DELUXE

The Vuković family from Podstrana, a small place close to Split, has been renting holiday apartments in their house for many years. In 2014, when the MS Orkan was for sale, they decided to extend their hospitality to the sea, and they bought the beautiful wooden vessel. The son of the family – the young captain Ante – was chosen to take responsibility for the ship. In no time Ante has managed to inspire his guests. In the summer of 2018 – the fourth season since the ship was purchased – Ante broke all records with the Orkan. The ship was chartered by closed groups for a total of 15 weeks. Therefore, the decision to build a completely new ship was not difficult for the family. And Ante did not disappoint us. A 50 m long deluxe ship, spacious and comfortable cabins, lots of space and comfort in the saloon and on deck, a lounge area on the covered upper deck behind the saloon, and as the icing on the cake the retro look of the ship – we have no doubt that you too will feel at home here.

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Length 50 m Passengers 40 Twin/double cabins 17 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ luxury steel ship im Retro-Look ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

General data: Length 50 m, built in 2019. 40 beds in 19 cabins with shower/toilet, individually controllable air conditioning, LCD-TV, safe, hair dryer, and a small desk. Lower deck: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 7 twin cabins with separate beds. Other: Sun deck (160 m2) with 40 sun loungers and reefable sun shade, foldable bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck, comfortable seating groups for about 30 people in the lounge area on the covered upper deck right behind the saloon, which, depending on the weather, can be closed with tarpaulins. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captain Ante

Double cabin queen-size bed on deck

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April May June July August September October 09 16 23 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T7 T3 T3 T3 T3 T1 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 102 96 96 96 96 92 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 200 849 849 699 699 699 849 849 1025 1025 1075 1075 1045 1075 1099 1099 1099 1069 1099 1099 1099 1099 1099 1099 1075 1025 849 699 699

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MY RELAX DELUXE

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Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

46 m 40 17 2

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43 years ago, in 1978, young Arsen and his father Tomislav started to show tourists the beauties of the Dalmatian island world with their small wooden ship MS Orkan. While Tomislav retired only a few years ago, Arsen and his three sons Karlo, Paško and Roko – all have been holding the captain’s licence for a long time – steer the family’s three ships. After the MY Mystic was launched in July 2015, we were able to welcome the MY Relax to our fleet in August 2018. Like the MY Mystic, the MY Relax also has 19 comfortable cabins, a spacious saloon with bar and seating area on the upper deck, cosy, covered seating groups behind the saloon and a huge sun deck at the top. The Relax, however, was not to be the last newbuilding of the Ercegović family, because already in June 2019 she received an identical sister ship – the “MY Azzurro”. While Karlo is at the helm of the Relax and Paško at the helm of the Azzurro, Arsen and Roko will remain faithful to their Mystic.

General data: Length 46 m, built in 2018. 40 beds in 19 cabins with shower/toilet, hair dryer, and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 6 twin cabins with separate beds, 5 double cabins with queen-size bed. Other: Sun deck (220 m2) with 40 sun loungers, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck. The saloon opens onto the covered part of the upper deck, which comes with an outdoor lounge area with comfortable seating sets for 40 people. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captain Karlo

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Twin cabin separate beds lower deck August September October 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 T3 T5 TD TD T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 TD 96 100 108 108 96 96 96 96 96 108 1099 1139 1299 1299 1099 1075 1025 849 699 899


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MY MYSTIC DELUXE 42 m 40 17 2

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The story of the Ercegović brothers, Arsen and Ante, is a story of a dedicated maritime family and their success. While father Tomislav and his first born son used to offer vacation cruises with the MS Orkan before, his younger son Ante ran a small cargo boat, which carried building materials from the mainland to the islands. It was not until 2003 that Ante as well started to offer vacation cruises, showing his guests the most beautiful spots of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. Today, Ante is very proud to welcome his cruise guests on his comfortable vessel, the MS Amore. His brother Arsen, who owned the MS Columbo, which was built in 2009, decided to build another new ship. The brandnew MY Mystic offers 19 comfortable cabins, a spacious dining room including a bar and a lounge area on the upper deck, as well as a large sun deck on the top. For the 2018 season the Mystic got a new sister ship – the deluxe class motor yacht MY Relax – and the Columbo was also sold in autumn 2017. The Relax, however, was not to be the last newbuilding of the family Ercegović, because already in June 2019 she received an identical sister ship –

the “MY Azzurro”. Arsen and his youngest son Roko remained true to the Mystic, while his two older sons Karlo and Paško took the rudder of the new vessels. General data: Length 42 m, built in 2015. 40 beds in 19 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 9 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed. Other: Sun deck (220 m2) with 40 sun loungers, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck. The saloon opens onto the covered part of the upper deck, which comes with an outdoor lounge area including comfortable seating sets for approx. 20 people. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

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Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

Roko & Arsen

Twin cabin separate beds on deck Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

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Triple cabin lower deck

Surcharge cabin on deck

April May June July August September October 09 16 23 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 TD TD TD T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T5 T1 T3 T1 T3 T1 T5 T3 T7 T1 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 108 108 108 96 96 96 96 96 96 100 92 96 92 96 92 100 96 102 92 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 175 999 999 849 649 649 799 799 975 975 1065 995 1025 995 1049 1019 1089 1049 1019 1019 1049 1049 1049 1049 1025 975 799 649 649

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MS AMORE PREMIUM

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Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ comfortable steel ship ■ spacious sun deck ■ bathing platform

40 m 40 17 2

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The story about the maritime family Ercegović is a very special one. Ante Ercegović is the son of “Barba” Tomislav Ercegović, who steered the MS Orkan until 2013, and he is the brother of Arsen Ercegović (captain of MY Mystic). Ante used to transport building materials from the mainland to the Dalmatian islands with his small cargo and dredging ship “Lanterna” for many years. In 2003, Ante decided to take tourists on cruises just like his brother and father. Therefore, he purchased the charming wooden vessel Otac Luka. After three successful summer seasons, he decided to resell the Otac Luka and to build a larger and more comfortable steel-hull boat for his passengers. After months of hard work at the shipyard, in 2007 the new vessel was launched. In 2011, she finally got her “big sister”. The MS Amore is 7 metres longer, but has only two cabins more than her former sister ship which in meantime has been sold. This means even more comfort, what has been confirmed by our guests already for ten years now. Since seven years,

the vessel is steered by Captain Mario who previously had steered the smaller sister ship. Actually one could call Mario meanwhile a member of the Ercegović family, because he personally is responsible for the maintenance and care of the Amore. General data: Length 40 m, built in 2011. 40 beds in 19 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. Main deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 1 double cabin with queen-size bed. Upper deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed. Other: Sun deck (250m2) with 25 sun loungers and 20 deck chairs, tables with benches for about 20 people on deck, bathing platform with showers at the stern, saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Captain Mario (right) with his crew Triple cabin lower deck

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July August September October 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 T3 T1 T7 T3 T3 T2 T3 T2 T7 T1 TD TD TD TD TD TD 96 92 102 96 96 94 96 94 102 92 108 108 108 108 108 108 949 945 945 975 975 915 975 915 945 945 1175 1149 1099 949 799 799


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MS AZIMUT PREMIUM 33 m 40 14 4

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The Ercegović family can look back on over 40 years of experience in nautical tourism. While they started in 1980 with the wooden motor sailer Providnost, they now have a proud family fleet of four comfortable ships. The young captain Dražen Ercegović coordinates the long-rehearsed crews and naturally also takes the helm himself, while his mother Ivanka always keeps a watchful eye to ensure that everything is in perfect order on board. By the way, the name of the MS Azimut is no coincidence. “Azimuth” is a term from astronomy that has great significance in the navigation of a ship. You can therefore be sure of always reaching your destination safely. In 2019, the bathrooms in all cabins were completely renovated, the teak decks were renewed and a bathing platform was built at the stern. A new air conditioning system was installed in 2020, and the saloon will be completely renovated for the 2022 season. General data: Length 33 m, built in 2006, renovated 2019–2022. 40 beds

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ comfortable steel ship ■ spacious sun deck ■ bathing platform

in 18 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 6 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Main deck: 3 twin cabins with single beds, 1 double cabin with queensize bed. Upper deck: 2 twin cabins with single beds, 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Other: Rear area of the upper deck (50 m2) with 15 sun loungers, tables and chairs for 15 persons, whirlpool for 4 persons, and sun shade. Sun deck (90 m2) with 10 lounger mattresses, bench for 5 persons on the upper deck in front of the wheelhouse, benches in the bow area of the main deck for 9 persons, two tables with benches and chairs for 15 persons on the main deck behind the saloon, bathing platform at the stern, saloon with air conditioning for 40 persons. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Dražen & Ivanka Double cabin queen-size bed on deck

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MY VILMA PREMIUM

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ comfortable steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

30 m 28 11 2

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More than 50 years ago, Srećko Novaković and his ship Pravedan started to sail with tourists through the Croatian islands. In the last couple of years, his son Mario, a former football professional, assisted him. For quite a long time, Mario was thinking about how he could offer even more comfort to his guests. As you cannot simply enlarge a “small” ship like the Pravedan, he decided to build a new ship. And he decided to build a ship without masts, i.e. not a motorized sailing boat, but a comfortable motor yacht – the MY Vilma. The advantages of such a ship cannot be denied: it can pass through bridges which are too low for most of the motorized sailing boats. For example the bridge over the Neretva river nearby Rogotin, which is even too low by one metre for the Pravedan with its height of “only” 15 metres. Therefore, the Vilma can also sail on our route T5 through the unique Neretva River Delta to Metković, from where it is only a stone’s throw to Mostar. Mario has built a new ship in winter 2018/2019, so that his son Antonio has taken over the command, who has long since followed in the nautical footsteps of his grandfather and father. The Vilma quickly became one of the best booked

ships in our fleet, and not only the comfort on board, but also the hospitality and service of the Novaković family contribute to this. General data: Length 30 m, built in 2012. 28 beds in 13 cabins with shower/toilet, LCD TV, safe, hair dryer, and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and separate 3rd bed. Main deck: 5 double cabins with queen-size bed. Upper deck: 4 twin cabins with separate beds which in 2 cabins can be made up to double beds if desired*. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Sun deck (200 m2) with 16 deck chairs and 10 lounger mattresses, tables with benches or chairs on deck for 16 persons (main deck) and 12 persons (upper deck), bathing platform with showers at the stern, saloon with air conditioning for 28 guests. Minimum number of participants: 17 persons

Captain Antonio

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Port of embarkation Trogir

MS OTAC IVAN COMFORT PLUS

The Otac Ivan has been an integral part of the Riva fleet for many years, and many guests came back again and again on “their” ship. For a long time, the Otac Ivan was in the hands of the legendary Captain Branimir, until he decided a few years ago with a heavy heart to retire. He sold his ship to two brothers from Omiš who took turns at the helm. After one of them returned to cargo shipping and the other took over his newly built ship, the Otac Ivan was for sale again. The young captain Dino Šare – he comes from a family with a long seafaring tradition and he grew up on ships – decided together with his future wife Larissa to take advantage of the opportunity and show his own guests the beauties of the Dalmatian island world. While Dino holds the helm of the Otac Ivan with a sure hand, Larissa – who speaks well English and German – takes care of all the needs of her guests on board. As a graduate psychologist who has worked on our ships for several years during the semester breaks, she will lip-read your wishes. For the 2020

season, all cabins and bathrooms as well as the saloon have been renovated. General data: Length 33 m, built in 1953, renovated in 2020. 37 beds in 17 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Main deck: 3 twin cabins with bunk beds, 3 double cabins with queensize bed, 1 triple cabin with queensize bed and 3rd bed above. Upper deck: 6 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Two sun decks (approx. 70 resp. 50 m2) with 20 deck chairs. Mattresses for 4 persons, large table with bench, chairs and sun shade on the foredeck for approx. 10 persons, 2 hanging chairs and tables with benches on the covered aft deck for approx. 12 persons, saloon with air conditioning for 37 guests. Two SUPs (standup paddle boards) are available for free. Minimum number of participants: 19 persons

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 33 m Passengers 37 Twin/double cabins 14 Triple cabins 3 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ charming wooden boat ■ traditional motorized sailing boat

Captain Dino & Larissa

Double cabin queen-size bed on deck

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May June July August September October 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T1 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 96 96 96 96 96 96 92 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 499 499 625 625 749 749 745 775 775 775 799 799 799 799 799 799 799 799 799 799 775 749 625 499 499

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MS MIRABELA COMFORT PLUS

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 25.50 m Passengers 26 Twin/double cabins 7 Triple cabins 4 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ well-kept wooden boat with a special ambience ■ all cabins on deck

The Mirabela has been owned by the Vuković family for many years. At first it was Silvio, who as a captain built up a regular clientele, whereby his older brother Josip stood by him from the beginning. A few years ago, Josip’s sons Ante and Luka joined him, and in the summer of 2013 Silvio handed over the responsible role of captain to his nephew Ante, to devote himself to his new ship – the “MY Vita”. After only four years, Ante gave the helm to his younger brother Luka to take care of his new ship – the “MY Solaris”. Luka has seafaring in his blood just as much as his father Josip, his uncle Silvio and his grandfather Ante. Since 2018 Luka’s wife Tea has not only been the boss in the kitchen, but she also takes care of all other

wishes and needs of their guests. Be assured that you are in the right hands with Tea and Luka, as both hospitality and seafaring are a tradition of the Vuković family. General data: Length 25.50 m, built in 1950, renovated in 2005. 26 beds in 11 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Main deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds, 4 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Upper deck: 5 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (100 m2) with 14 deck chairs, 2 tables with benches on deck for 18 guests, saloon with air conditioning for 26 guests. Minimum number of participants: 15 persons

Tea & Luka

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Port of embarkation Trogir

MS JERKIĆ COMFORT PLUS

Some of our guests may remember the MS Dare which has been one of the most popular ships of our fleet for a couple of years. In the winter of 2015, the former owner sold the ship to the Marasović family from Krilo Jesenice, and the new owners wished to rejoin the Riva fleet. As a captain, Ivica sailed all seven seas, and he gained experience in tourism with his own excursion boat. For the season 2016, he renovated and enlarged the open saloon at the stern, which is offering convenient space for 25 persons now. As the Marasović family bought the MS Planka at the end of the 2019 season as the family’s second ship, Ivica took over the helm of the Planka from 2020, while his son Jerko took over the command of the Jerkić. Jerko’s brother Ivan will alternate

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 25 m Passengers 24 Twin/double cabins 9 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ well-kept wooden boat ■ all cabins on deck ■ open saloon at the stern

between the Planka and the Jerkić during the season as needed. General data: Length 25 m, built in 1988, renovated in 2016. 24 beds in 11 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Main deck: 7 twin cabins with bunk beds. Upper deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds, 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Other: Sun deck (70 m2) with 10 deck chairs and 5 lounger mattresses, 1 table with benches on deck for 8 persons, seating on deck for 20 persons, open saloon at the stern for 25 people, which can be closed with a tarpaulin and has air conditioning. Minimum number of participants: 14 persons

Captain Jerko

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Port of embarkation Trogir

MS ANETA COMFORT PLUS

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 32 m Passengers 32 Twin/double cabins 13 Triple cabins 2 Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning ✔ WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ saloon on the upper deck

Ever since we started offering vacation cruises in Croatia, the MS Aneta has been an inherent part of our fleet. From year to year, captain Mladen Rakuljić had the pleasure to welcome an increasing number of regular guests, who use to come back and sail with MS Aneta almost every summer season. The classic-style wooden vessel is popular not only due to her comfortable cabins, but also because of the attentive crew. Slavica, the cook, has been the most important crew member for years. You will be surprised about the variety of dishes and cakes she creates in the small galley. Do not miss out on trying her

“Kulenova Seka”, a kind of homemade salami seasoned with garlic and red peppers. General data: Length 32 m, built in 1958, renovated in 2009. 32 beds in 15 cabins with shower/toilet and individually controllable air conditioning. Lower deck: 2 triple cabins with queen-size bed and 3rd bed above. Main deck: 13 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (150 m2), 20 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for 20 guests, saloon for 36 guests on the upper deck. Minimum number of participants: 20 persons

Captain Mladen

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Port of embarkation Trogir

MS ORKAN COMFORT

The Orkan has been sailing in our fleet for many years. By end of the 2018 season, captain Damir Pedišić from the island of Pašman became the new owner of MS Orkan. Damir has an immortal love for traditional wooden ships and can look back on many years of experience in tourism. For 22 years he has been on day trips with his ship “Tri Marije”, which is the oldest Croatian wooden ship still in service and has been in the family’s possession for 149 years. The sympathetic Damir is captain, tour guide and cook at the same time, because he does not miss the opportunity to prepare freshly caught fish on the grill by himself. The Orkan has another crucial advantage: With a capacity of only 20 passengers it is the ideal vessel to be chartered by groups for exclu-

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 20 m Passengers 20 Twin/double cabins 10 Triple cabins — Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning — WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ ideal for charter

sive use. You probably already know this – when you charter the full ship, you can decide where the journey will take you, in agreement with the captain, of course. General data: Length 20 m, built in 1928, renovated in 2006. 20 beds in 10 cabins with shower/toilet. Lower deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 1 twin cabin with bunk beds. Air conditioning in the cabin alleyway. Main deck: 3 twin cabins with bunk beds. Upper deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (60 m2) with 11 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for 18 guests, air conditioned saloon for 20 guests. Minimum number of participants: 12 persons

Captain Damir

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Port of embarkation Trogir

MS RIBIČ COMFORT

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 25 m Passengers 20 Twin/double cabins 10 Triple cabins — Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning — WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ ideal for charter

The Ribič has been part of the RivaFleet since day one and she definitely could be considered as a founding member. In 2003 the ship was sold to Zoran Slatina from Rogoznica, who continued the tradition. The charming captain Zoran perfectly knows how to meet the wishes and needs of his guests. MS Ribič will already be sailing her 28th season under the Riva flag! Wooden-ship fans swear by the authenticity and cosiness of the ship, so that many of them return every year. By the way, the “good soul” on board is cook Tatjana, who has been inspiring her guests for 16 years with various delicacies from her galley. She is also a writer of poems and children’s books and will soon publish her onboard recipes of

Dalmatian cuisine. And if you fancy a cocktail, just ask Tatjana, who is also unbeatable in creating refreshing drinks. General data: Length 25 m, built in 1950, renovated in 2004. 20 beds in 10 cabins with shower/toilet. Lower deck: 4 twin cabins with bunk beds. Air conditioning in the alleyway. Main deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds. Upper deck: 4 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (70 m2) with 12 deck chairs, tables with benches on deck for 20 guests, saloon with air conditioning for 20 guests. Minimum number of participants: 12 persons

Chef Tatjana & Captain Zoran

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Port of embarkation Trogir

MS PRAVEDAN COMFORT

After more than half a century, during which the Pravedan transported wine from islands to the mainland, its owners decided in 1958 to rearrange the ship for vacation cruises. It is absolutely true – at the beginning it happened quite often that guests had to share space on board with wine barrels (needless to say that no one really bothered). A few years ago, all cabins were equipped with shower and toilet, which made our smallest vessel even more comfortable. After having celebrated his 55th cruise anniversary with the Pravedan in 2013, captain Srećko Novaković decided to retire. Therefore, he sold his beloved vessel in spring of 2014 to the Grgić family from Brist, a small coastal place close to Makarska. Josip Grgić, the new owner of the Pravedan, is a very experienced captain, who navigates giant cargo ships across the world’s oceans while the rest of the Grgić family is going to take you with the Pravedan

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Length 21 m Passengers 14 Twin/double cabins 7 Triple cabins — Private shower/toilet ✔ Air conditioning — WiFi internet ✔ ■ traditional wooden boat ■ pirate cruise ambience ■ open saloon at the stern

to some of the most beautiful spots of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. Already for a couple of years now, Josip’s son Anton is holding a captain’s licence, so he is at the helm. Together with his mother Senka, the cook, and a sailor, they are a simply fantastic crew, who knows exactly how to meet the passengers’ wishes and needs. The Pravedan is a classic sailing boat; discover this on our sailing route T8! General data: Length 21 m, built in 1900, renovated in 2005. 14 beds in 7 cabins with shower/toilet. Lower deck: 5 twin cabins with bunk beds. Air conditioning in the cabin alleyway. Main deck: 2 twin cabins with bunk beds. Other: Sun deck (50 m2) with 10 deck chairs and 4 benches, the open saloon at the stern for 14 people can be closed with a tarpaulin. Minimum number of participants: 9 persons

Captain Anton

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Route T1 Route

Trogir

Trogir – Island of Brač – Island of Korčula – Island of Lastovo – Island of Vis – Island of Biševo – Island of Hvar – Trogir

Split

Šolta

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Vela Luka Lastovo

Port of Embarkation Trogir

Biševo

Discover Central & Southern Dalmatia: Seven Days, Seven Islands 1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir–Island of Brač Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. After embarkation, our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, “Cast off!”, heading towards Bol, on the island of Brač. Here you will discover one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Mediterranean – “Zlatni Rat” (the Golden Horn), which is constantly changing direction due to the ocean currents. Dinner on board and overnight stay in the port of Bol. The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on

the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, embarkation in the port of Trogir is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Sunday: Island of Brač– Island of Korčula Today’s destination is the town of Korčula, the main town on the homonymous island. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and due to its fortresslike appearance, it is often named “Little Dubrovnik”. On our way to Korčula, we will stop in a bay to take a swim in the crystal-clear water. Overnight stay in the birthplace of the famous navigator and explorer Marco Polo.

foreign visitors for decades, since it used to be a military base at the time of the former Yugoslavia. The island has preserved its authenticity and is therefore an oasis of tranquillity, with lush Mediterranean vegetation. A few years ago, the archipelago of Lastovo was declared a natural park (entrance fee approx. € 4 per person, to be paid on-site). We anchor in the bay of Sveti Mihajlo, close to the village of Lastovo, where you will have plenty of time for exploring the surroundings. In the afternoon, we will return to the island of Korčula, more precisely to Vela Luka. The village lies in a deep, sheltered bay at the western end of the island. In case of bad weather, instead of Vela Luka, we will anchor in the port of Ubli, on the island of Lastovo for our overnight stay.

Vela Luka | Island of Korčula Island of Lastovo

Tuesday: Island of Korčula– Monday: Island of Korčula–Island Island of Vis of Lastovo–Island of Korčula After a swim break, we head for the In around three hours by boat from second “forbidden” island of our trip Korčula we will reach the island of today – Vis. Like Lastovo, the island Lastovo, which has been closed to of Vis was closed to foreign visitors

Vis Island of Biševo | “Blue Cave”

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Wednesday: Island of Vis– Island of Biševo & Blue Cave– Island of Vis Just five nautical miles from Komiža there is the small island of Biševo, with the famous “Blue Cave” (Modra

Špilja). Around midday, the rays of the sun will spill through an underwater opening into the cave and reflect from the white ocean floor, thus bathing the cave into blue light. This unique manifestation can be observed only in calm seas. The trip to the cave is done with small boats – admission incl. boat ride about € 10 per person (€ 14 in July/ August), not included in the tour price. On our trip to Vis, the capital of the island, we anchor in a bay on the northern coast for a swim. The town of Vis is situated in a deep, sheltered bay. Vis is a charming little town with romantic alleys and cafés. In one of the many quaint Konobas you can let the evening end wonderfully.

Thursday: Island of Vis– Island of Hvar

is characterized by extensive olive groves, which produce first-class, extremely dark olive oil. For swimAfter a stop in a bay, we will head ming, we anchor in a secluded bay towards Stari Grad, the oldest settle- which is accessible only by boat. ment on the island of Hvar. Stari Back from Šolta, we return to Trogir. Be captivated by the unique atmosGrad (translated: “old town”) was once the capital of the island, called phere in the streets of the old town, also called “the Museum City” and “Pharos”. Even today, well-preserved monuments bear witness of protected by the UNESCO. Before the splendour of past times, like the having the opportunity to have dinner in one of the numerous cozy Hektorović Palace. Stari Grad has, restaurants, you are invited to take however, kept its role as the centre part in a guided tour through the of viticulture on the island of Hvar. historic town. Overnight stay in Stari Grad. Friday: Island of Hvar–Trogir

Saturday: Disembarkation

After breakfast, we weigh anchor and head towards the last island of our voyage – Šolta. The island

After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

Stari Grad | Island of Hvar

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until the end of the 1980s. Where once there was the runway of an air force base, wine is now grown. If possible, we first visit the “Blue Grotto” on the islet of Biševo. As the visit to the cave depends on the weather, it will take place on Tuesday or Wednesday, if feasible, according to the weather forecast. Depending on the local conditions, we will anchor for the night in a bay or moor in Komiža, a tranquil little town on the west coast of the island of Vis.


Route T2 Zadar

Route

Trogir – Rogoznica – Zadar – Island of Dugi Otok – Kornati Islands National Park – Vodice – Krka Waterfalls – Šibenik – Island of Zlarin – Split – Island of Šolta – Trogir

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Krka Waterfalls National Park

Nautical Paradise, UNESCO World Heritage & National Parks 1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir–Rogoznica

will be transferred to the first port of hundred metres wide. After a swim we head to Telašćica, a gorgeous bay call for embarkation. Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm in the south of the island of Dugi boarding at the port of Trogir. If Sunday: Rogoznica–Zadar Otok, which is also a Nature Park you arrive in Trogir by your own car, (admission about 10 € per person, you can drive to our car park recep- We leave the mainland and head payable on-site). We recommend towards one of the islands in the tion from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm a walk to the “Silver Lake” – known archipelago of Šibenik for a nice at the latest. Here you can park from the Winnetou movie – a saltswim. We then continue on to Zadar, water lake with an underground your car and our service team will the cultural and economic centre of connection to the sea. From the lake bring your luggage to the port or northern Dalmatia. The old town, to the ship in time. You will reach you can reach the approximately with its numerous religious and the harbour in about ten minutes 161 metre high cliffs, which offer a secular monuments, is located on on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the breathtaking sea view. a peninsula and surrounded by pedestrian bridge. After embarimpressive walls. After arriving in kation, our representatives will Tuesday: Island of Dugi Otok– Zadar, a local tour guide will await welcome you aboard with a drink Kornati Islands National Park– us to take us on a walk through the Vodice and you will meet the crew and walled old town, showing us unique your fellow passengers. During a According to the Irish author George lunch snack after embarkation, “Cast sights like the Roman Forum, the Bernard Shaw, ”On the last day of off!”, heading towards Rogoznica, a circular church of Sveti Donat, or creation, God crowned his work, picturesque fishing village, situated the Cathedral Sveta Stošija. Enjoy and thus created, out of tears, stars on an island connected to the main- traffic-free streets with elegant land by a causey. On our way we and breath, the Kornati Islands”. The boutiques and countless cafés, or will anchor in a bay to enjoy the first listen to the sounds of the worldbeautiful scenery, countless small dip into the refreshing waters of the wide unique Sea Organs on the Riva, and large islands, and the turquoise Adriatic Sea. whose melodies are created purely sea – all this makes the Kornati Islands a unique paradise. It is the by waves. Overnight stay in Zadar. The port of embarkation for passenlargest and most dense archipelago gers arriving by plane depends on Monday: Zadar– in the Adriatic Sea – comprising Island of Dugi Otok the flight schedule. With transfer 147 islands, islets and reefs, which booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight cover an area of 35 km of length. We arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, Today’s destination is the island of cruise along the entire length of the embarkation in the port of Trogir is Dugi Otok, the “Long Island”, since Kornati Islands, and after a swim, we guaranteed. Passengers arriving later it is 45 km long and only a few enter the harbour of Vodice, a lively

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Kornati Islands National Park Šibenik


Route T2

Wednesday: Vodice–Krka Waterfalls–Šibenik–Island of Zlarin A few miles further south, we leave the Adriatic Sea and turn into the embouchure of the River Krka. We go upstream and anchor in Skradin, shortly before the famous Krka waterfalls. From there, smaller boats will take you to the National Park. You will have the opportunity to visit “Skradinski Buk”, the most popular part of the waterfall area, where in 17 falls, with up to 100 m broad cascades, the Krka rushes 45.7 metres down. Park entrance, including boat ride approx. € 15 (June–September

approx. € 27), payable on-site. On our return to the Adriatic Sea we will stop in Šibenik. The most famous building in the fortress-like old town is the St. Jacob’s Cathedral, the most important Renaissance monument in Croatia. After a stroll through the old town, we will return to the islands and anchor in the small port of the fishing village of Zlarin on the homonymous island. Thursday: Island of Zlarin–Split– Island of Šolta Our first destination today is Split, Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 years old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is now under the protection of the

UNESCO. After a city tour, we leave Split and head for the island of Šolta. The island is characterized by extensive olive groves, which produce first class, very dark olive oil. For our overnight stay we tie up in the cosy port of Stomorska. We might also spend the night in Split and visit the island of Šolta on Friday morning.

City”. Enjoy the experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and discover impressive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults. Do not miss out on taking a look into the unique old yards. Take the opportunity to enjoy dinner in one of the numerous restaurants in Trogir. Overnight stay in the port of Trogir.

What’s included…

Saturday: Disembarkation

■ English and German speaking

After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.

■ Guided city tour of Zadar

Friday: Island of Šolta–Trogir We leave the island of Šolta and serenely return to the starting point of our journey. Of course, on our way we will anchor in one of the many coves for a refreshing swimming break. We will reach Trogir in the early evening. With its amazing old town, protected by the UNESCO, Trogir is also called “the Museum

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Entrance fee to the Kornati

Islands National Park ■ Guided city tour of Split ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

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Vilma Amore Azzurro

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holiday resort. In the evening, you can enjoy a glass of wine in one of the cosy taverns or Konobas.


Route T3

Trogir

Route

Split

T3

Trogir – Split – Island of Hvar – Island of Mljet – Dubrovnik – Island of Korčula – Island of Brač – Trogir

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Highlights of Central Dalmatia & Dubrovnik Riviera

Island of Mljet National Park

1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir–Split Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge.. After embarkation, our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, “Cast off!”. We stop in one of the bays on the island of Čiovo, where we will have our first chance to dip into the crystal-clear water of the Adriatic Sea. After having enjoyed swimming and sunbathing, we will set sail for Split, our first port of call. Split is Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700-year-old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is today a UNESCO-protected site. After a guided city tour, you will have the

rest of the evening at your disposal to discover the old town on your own and to enjoy the bustling Mediterranean atmosphere on the famous promenade of Split. The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, embarkation in the port of Trogir is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Overnight stay in the port of Split.

small port of Hvar allows us to do so, we will stay here overnight. Otherwise, we will approach Hvar already in the morning and you will have two hours time to explore the island`s capital. In this case, we then continue our journey to the next island.

Hvar

Monday: Island of Hvar– Island of Mljet

Sailing along the south coast of the island of Korčula, we will stop at one of the numerous bays for a swim, before heading to our next port of call – Pomena or Polače, on the Sunday: Split–Island of Hvar island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a National Park – two saltToday we will leave Split, heading water lakes (in the larger of the two to the island of Hvar known for its lakes you will find a small island with mild climate and fragrant lavender a former monastery) are connected fields. On our way to Hvar, we will to the sea by a narrow channel. Do stop in a secluded bay for a swim. not miss the opportunity to visit After having reached Hvar, we will the National Park (entrance fee incl. anchor in the port of Hvar, the boat ride to the small monastery homonymous capital of the island. island approx. 17 €, payable on-site). The port lies at the foot of an impres- We recommend a swim in the saltsive fortress, which offers spectacwater lakes, where the temperature ular views of the offshore islands is always 2°C above the temperature “Pakleni otoci”. Provided that the of the sea. Overnight stay in Pomena number of boats anchoring in the or Polače.

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We leave the island of Mljet and continue our journey. After a swimming break at the Elafiti Islands, we will enter the port of Dubrovnik around 4:00 pm. Dubrovnik is also called the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, since in the Middle Ages the city counted among the most important economic and cultural centres of the Mediterranean area. Today, the Old City unfolds a unique open air museum with countless attractions. After arriving in Dubrovnik, we are invited to enjoy a guided tour through the historic town with its impressive walls. It takes only a few minutes by bus to get to the old town. The bus stop is located right next to the port, the bus leaves every 10 minutes, last return journey around 2:00 am. Tickets are available from the kiosk (12 Kuna per ride) or on the bus (15 Kuna per ride). After

the guided city tour, you will have plenty of time to discover the gems of Dubrovnik on your own. Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the numerous unique sights or take the cable car to the 415 m high mountain Srđ, from which you can enjoy a unique view of the old town and the sea. Wednesday: Dubrovnik– Island of Korčula Continuing our cruise in a northwestward direction, we will first stop in a bay of the Elafiti Islands for swimming and sunbathing, before heading to the island of Korčula – our today’s port of call. Korčula boasts one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and because of its fortress-like appearance it is often called “Little Dubrovnik”. Overnight stay in the

birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.

Friday: Island of Brač–Trogir

We leave the island of Brač and after a swimming break in a bay on the island of Čiovo, we will bid farewell to the Dalmatian islands and return to the starting point of our journey, Passing the mountainous Pelješac Trogir, with its beautiful old town, Peninsula, we head towards the protected by the UNESCO and also island of Brač. On our way to Brač, called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the we will stop in one of the beautiful secluded bays of this area for swim- experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and ming and sunbathing. The island discover impressive walls, towers, of Brač is not only well-known for churches, frescoes and vaults. Do its white limestone. Even world-famous buildings like the White House not miss out on taking a look into the unique old yards. Enjoy the in Washington and the Reichstag building in Berlin are built with the last evening of your cruise with a romantic dinner at one of Trogir`s stone, which still today is exported to countries all over the world. Brač numerous restaurants. is also known for being one of the Saturday: Disembarkation largest islands in the entire Adriatic Sea. Overnight stay in one of the lovely places in the northern part of After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am. the island – the perfect setting for tonight’s Captain’s Dinner. Thursday: Island of Korčula– Island of Brač

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Split ■ Guided city tour of Dubrovnik ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

Trogir

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Port of Embarkation Trogir

Tuesday: Island of Mljet– Dubrovnik


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Through Central & Southern Dalmatia to Montenegro

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2 weeks ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir– Makarska Riviera

birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.

Wednesday: Kotor–Bus Excursion Montenegro–Kotor

After breakfast, the tour guide will already be waiting to accompany us on a full-day bus trip through the beautiful “Land of the Black MounWe continue our voyage and stop for a swim in one of the bays of the tains”. From Kotor, we will go by bus island of Mljet. Our today’s destina- to the Lovčen massif, from where we will have an incredible panotion are the Elaphiti islands. Overnight stay in the fishermen’s village ramic view over the whole bay of of Suđurađ on the island of Šipan or Kotor. We will stop in the village of Njeguši, best known for its air-dried in a bay. ham. Enjoy a culinary break with ham, cheese and freshly baked Tuesday: Elaphiti Islands– bread, accompanied by a glass of Kotor Bay–Kotor red wine “Vranac”. We continue to Cetinje, Montenegro’s former capital After breakfast, we weigh anchor and the former seat of the Monteand sail towards Dubrovnik where negrin kings. During the city tour we will pass the customs formalwe will also visit the palace of King ities. After about three and a half Nikola of Montenegro, which now hours, we will reach the southern is a museum. We drive to the coast end of Croatia and leave the Croatian and make a photo stop overlooking territorial waters, heading towards the little island of Sveti Stefan. We Montenegro. We turn into the Bay then continue on to Budva, the main of Kotor, which, surrounded by high holiday destination on the MonteThe port of embarkation for passenmountains, extends 25 km into the negrin coast. Guided tour around gers arriving by plane depends on mainland. We sail deeper into the the picturesque Old Town. Afterthe flight schedule. With transfer Bay of Kotor and pass the small wards you will have some free time booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, island “Gospa od Škrpjela” (“Lady of to stroll through the town or to enjoy a cup of coffee. And if you embarkation in the port of Trogir is the Rocks”). After arriving in Kotor have brought your bathing suit, we guaranteed. Passengers arriving later and passing the customs formaliwill be transferred to the first port of ties, a tour guide is going to take us recommend a visit to the beautiful on a city tour. The city walls of Kotor beach of Mogren, just five minutes call for embarkation. are certainly unique - they embrace from Budva’s Old Town. Return to the not only the small triangular city boat; overnight stay in Kotor. Sunday: Makarska Riviera– centre, but also the mountain Sveti Island of Korčula Ivan (260 m) right behind it. The city Thursday: Kotor–Dubrovnik Passing the islands of Brač and Hvar, walls are 5 km long, 3-15 m wide and up to 20 m high. Enjoy a guided walk We leave Kotor during breakfast. we will set sail towards the peninAfter about six hours, we will reach sula of Pelješac, known for its excel- through Kotor with its impressive walls and many lovely sights and Dubrovnik. After another passport lent red wine. After a long swimcontrol, our tour guide is going to ming break at Pelješac, we will head secrets to discover. Overnight stay pick you up for a guided tour of the for the island of Korčula. Korčula has in Kotor. historic town with its impressive one of the most beautiful old towns walls. Dubrovnik is also called the in Dalmatia. Overnight stay in the Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. After embarkation, our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, “Cast off!. We anchor in a bay on the island of Čiovo for our first swim, before continuing to the Makarska Riviera. Overnight stay at the Makarska Riviera.

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“Pearl of the Adriatic”, since in the Middle Ages the city counted among the most important economic and cultural centres of the Mediterranean area. Today, the Old City unfolds a unique open air museum with countless attractions. It takes only a few minutes by bus to get to the old town. The bus stop is located right next to the port, the bus leaves every 10 minutes, last return journey around 02:00 am. Tickets are available from the kiosk (12 Kuna per ride) or on the bus (15 Kuna per ride). After the guided city tour, you will have plenty of time to discover the gems of Dubrovnik on your own. Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the numerous unique sights or take the cable car to the 415 m high mountain Srđ, from which you can enjoy a unique view of the old town and the sea. Friday: Dubrovnik–Slano Morning in Dubrovnik. At lunchtime, we will say goodbye to the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and head towards the Elafiti Islands where we will anchor in one of the numerous bays to have a bath in the crystal clear water. We continue to Slano where we will stay overnight. Saturday: Slano–Island of Mljet

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reflect from the white ocean floor, thus bathing the cave into blue light. This unique sight can be observed only in calm seas. The trip to the cave is done with small boats – admission Sunday: Island of Mljet– incl. boat ride about € 10 per person Island of Lastovo (€ 14 in July/August), not included in the tour price. From Biševo we set off We sail to the island of Lastovo, for Hvar – the island is known for its which was closed to foreign visimild climate and vast lavender fields. tors for decades, since it used to be The harbour of the homonymous a military base at the time of former main town lies at the foot of an Yugoslavia. The island has preserved island fortress, from which you will its authenticity and is therefore an have a fantastic panoramic view over oasis of tranquillity, with lush Medi- the offshore island group of “Pakleni terranean vegetation. A few years otoci”. Provided that the number of ago, the archipelago of Lastovo was boats anchoring in the small port of declared a natural park (entrance fee Hvar allows us to do so, we will stay approx. € 4 per person, to be paid here overnight. Otherwise, we will on-site). After a swimming break, approach Hvar already in the afterwe will anchor at the port of Ubli, noon and you will have enough time or in the sheltered bay Velo Lago. to explore the island`s capital, before Since the trip to the island of Lastovo we head for a nearby bay to spend depends on the weather conditions, the night there. in case of bad weather we will sail to Vela Luka on the island of Korčula. Wednesday: Island of Hvar– Island of Brač Monday: Island of Lastovo– Island of Vis We continue to Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island of Hvar. Today we will visit the second Stari Grad (translated: old town), “forbidden” island of our journey – once called “Pharos”, used to be the Vis. The island of Vis was, just like capital of the island. Even today, Lastovo, closed to foreign visitors well-preserved monuments bear until the end of the 1980s. Where witness of the splendour of times there was once an Air Force runway, past, like the Palace of Hektornow there are vineyards. We will ović. Stari Grad has, however, kept be staying in the port of Komiža, a its role as the centre of viticulture. peaceful town on the west coast. From Stari Grad, we sail to Bol, on the island of Brač. Here you can visit Tuesday: Island of Vis–Island of Dalmatia’s most famous beach – Biševo & Blue Cave–Island of Hvar Zlatni Rat (the Golden Horn), which changes its direction with the ocean Just five nautical miles from Komiža, currents. Of course, you will have there is the small island of Biševo, plenty of time for swimming and with the famous “Blue Cave” (Modra sunbathing at this famous beach. Špilja). Around midday, the rays of Overnight stay in the port of Bol. the sun will spill through an underwater opening into the cave, and

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We will serenely cruise to Pomena or Polače, on the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared National Park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes there is a small island with a former monastery) are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the National Park (entrance fee incl. boat ride to the small monastery island approx. 17 €,

payable on-site). We recommend a swim in the saltwater lakes, where the temperature is always 2°C above the temperature of the sea.

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Thursday: Island of Brač–Split

What’s included…

Our today’s destination is Split, Croatia’s second largest city and capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 years old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is today under the protection of the UNESCO. After a guided city tour, the rest of the evening is at your disposal to discover the old town on your own. Overnight stay in the port of Split.

■ 15-day cruise according to the

Friday: Split–Trogir

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

■ Full-day bus excursion through Around 11:00 am, we leave Split and Montenegro including a hearty sail to a cove of the island of Čiovo snack with ham, cheese, and to enjoy the last swim in the waters freshly baked bread of the Adriatic Sea. Then we will ■ Guided city tour of Kotor return to the starting point of our ■ Guided city tour of Dubrovnik two weeks voyage, Trogir, with its beautiful old town, protected by the ■ Guided city tour of Split UNESCO, also called “the Museum ■ Guided city tour of Trogir City”. Enjoy the experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and discover impres- Saturday: Disembarkation sive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults. Do not miss out on After breakfast, disembarkation until taking a look into the unique old yards. Enjoy the last evening of your 9:00 am. cruise with a romantic dinner at one of Trogir`s numerous restaurants.

Bol | Island of Brač | Beach “Zlatni Rat”

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1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir–Island of Brač Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. After embarkation, our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, “Cast off!”, we will stop in one of the bays on the island of Čiovo, where we will have our first chance to dip into the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. Afterwards, we will continue our voyage to Pučišća. The picturesque place is located on the island of Brač, which is not only well-known for its white limestone. Even world-famous buildings like the White House in Washington and the Reichstag building in Berlin are built with the stone, which still today is exported to countries all over the world. Brač is also

tian California”. The area boasts of a rich flora and fauna. In addition to a variety of plants, here you may find more than 300 bird species as well as 100 different fish species. Upon The port of embarkation for passen- arrival in Metković, minibuses will gers arriving by plane depends on take us to the nearby village of Vid, the flight schedule. With transfer where we will visit the archeologbooking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight ical museum “Narona” (an entrance arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, fee of approx. 3.50 € applies; subject embarkation in the port of Trogir is to be paid on site). After our visit guaranteed. Passengers arriving later to the museum, we will board the will be transferred to the first port of “Lađas”. After having enjoyed a typical local welcome drink, we are call for embarkation. ready to start our boat trip on the Sunday: Island of Brač– Norin River and the channels of the Neretva River Delta–Metković Neretva River Delta, which will take approx. 90 minutes. In Momići, you Today we will continue our cruise will have the opportunity to have in southeastern direction, heading dinner at the Restaurant “Lopoč” to the port of Ploče, where we before returning to Metković. Overwill leave the Adriatic Sea to enter night stay in Metković. the Neretva River Delta. After Monday: Metković– an upstream passage of approx. 90 minutes, we will reach Metković, Bus Excursion Mostar–Pelješac the center of the Neretva River Delta, After breakfast, a bus will take us an area of 20,000 hectares. It was originally a pure swamp; however, in to Mostar, the capital of Herzego1880 parts of it were drained so the vina, the part of Bosnia-Herzegovina, which is predominantly populated land could be used for agricultural by Croats. After arriving in Mostar, purposes. Hence came to life the we will have lunch, and afterwards largest tangerine cultivation in the we are invited to enjoy a guided Adriatic area, also called the “Croaknown for being one of the largest islands in the entire Adriatic Sea. Dinner aboard and overnight stay in Pučišća.

Bol | Island of Brač | Beach “Zlatni Rat”

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Tuesday: Pelješac– Island of Korčula The unique peninsula of Pelješac is dominated by an impressive mountain range with its highest peak, named Sveti Ilija (961 m). Being the second largest Croatian peninsula, Pelješac is also well known as the producing area of famous wines like Postup and Dingač. We will cruise along the northwestern tip of the peninsula, before continuing our

voyage to the island of Korčula. In olden times, Korčula was also called the “Black Island”, because of its vast pine forests, which used to cover the entire island. Before entering the port of Korčula, we will make a stop in a secluded bay, where we will have plenty of time for swimming and enjoying the sun. Korčula, the homonymous capital of the island, has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia, and because of its fortress-like appearance, it is often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik”. Enjoy a guided tour through the birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo. Overnight stay in Korčula.

to be the capital of the island. Even today well-preserved monuments bear witness of the splendour of times past, like the Palace of Hektorović. Stari Grad has, however, kept its role as the centre of viticulture. Overnight stay in Stari Grad.

Friday: Split–Island of Šolta or Čiovo–Trogir

After breakfast, we will return to the islands once again. Today’s destination is the island of Šolta or the island of Čiovo. We will head for an awesome bay to enjoy our last Thursday: Island of Hvar– refreshing dip on this cruise. In the Island of Brač–Split afternoon, we will return to the starting point of our cruise – Trogir. After breakfast, we will sail to Bol, With its amazing old town, protected located on the island of Brač. Here by the UNESCO, Trogir is also called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the expeyou will discover one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Medi- rience of a guided walking tour terranean area – “Zlatni Rat” (the through the winding streets and Golden Horn), which is constantly discover impressive walls, towers, changing direction due to the churches, frescoes and vaults. Do ocean currents. After a swimming not miss out on taking a look into Wednesday: Island of Korčula– break in the vicinity of this beach, the unique old yards. Enjoy the Island of Hvar we will weigh anchor, continuing last evening of your cruise with a our voyage to Split. Passing the romantic dinner at one of Trogir`s From Korčula we set off for famous sea gate “Splitska Vrata”, we numerous restaurants. Hvar – the island is known for its will reach the capital of Dalmatia. mild climate and vast lavender fields. The 1700 years old city was once Saturday: Disembarkation On our way to Hvar we will stop at the palace of the Roman Emperor the small island of Šćedro to take Diocletian, and is today under the After breakfast, disembarkation until a refreshing dip in a beautiful bay. protection of the UNESCO. After a 9:00 am. Afterwards we will continue to Stari guided city tour, the evening is at Stari Grad | Island of Hvar Grad, the oldest settlement on the your disposal to discover the old island of Hvar. Stari Grad (translated: town on your own. Overnight stay old town), once called “Pharos”, used in Split.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise) ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Neretva River Delta boat tour

(welcome drink included) ■ Bus excursion to Mostar, accom-

panied by a tour guide (lunch included) ■ Guided city tour of Split ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

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walk through the historic town. The town’s landmark and eponym of Mostar, the “Old Bridge” over the Neretva River, was built in the 16th Century. It was destroyed during the war in 1993 and reconstructed in the years from 1996 to 2004. In 2005, the bridge and the old town of Mostar were included in the UNESCO’s list of world cultural heritage. Near the bridge, there is the Karadjoz-Beg Mosque, which is open to visitors. After the guided walk, we will return to the vessel and continue our cruise, heading downstream, back to the Adriatic Sea. We will spend the night in the little village of Trpanj, located on the beautiful Pelješac peninsula.


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It is not easy to set up routes at the desk that would turn out to be ideal for the entire season. Once an itinerary is advertised in the catalogue, the captain must follow it. Anyhow, our cruises among a thousand islands cannot be as precise as the Swiss Railways, but rather go hand in hand with nature. How can the obligation of a tour operator, who needs to describe the travel program in a catalogue, be reconciled with the experience that it is often best to decide spontaneously to stay in a sheltered bay to swim, or to moor in a small fishing village, the name of which never showed up in the printed program? Just leave it to the captain – spontaneously and without any obligation to adhere

Postira | Island of Brač

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary

1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays

■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise)

to the usual routes – to create his route, depending on the weather and to show his guests familiar sites, as well as hidden secrets outside these routes. This was the wish of our captains, who often tell us – “The happiest of our charter guests are those, with whom we discuss the program and the route together.” In order to make this possible also for our guests who book their cruises individually, and not as part of a charter group, we have listened to the proposals of our guests and captains and offer special Captains’ Tours, following the motto – “Let’s trust the captain – he will put together an interesting route for us, because ultimately, he knows the sea and the Croatian islands best!”

Vrboska | Island of Hvar

■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

The Captain’s Route ex Trogir: ■ From 13:00 am to 2:00 pm, boar-

ding time in the port of Trogir. ■ The itinerary is not prescribed,

Postira | Island of Brač

but created by the captain in a flexible way. Considering wheather and sea conditions, he will show you his favourite bays and places. ■ At least two nights in sheltered

coves and small fishing villages. ■ A maximum of three nights

in major towns, visited by the route T1, possibly not on the same days as other ships. ■ Whenever possible, the group

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Sailing Trip “Where the wind will take us” 1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Sometimes it happens that our guests ask why we usually do not set sails on our motor sailing boats. The answer is quite simple. As soon as an itinerary is published in the brochure or on the internet, we need to keep with this, as far as weather conditions will allow us to do so. Our guests deserve to visit the places which are described in the itinerary. Exactly this would hardly be possible if our captains did not use engine power. While the ship’s speed may reach seven or eight knots under power supply, under sails it would mostly be three or four knots only. Furthermore, you never know the direction and the speed of the wind in advance. Once it may be the Maestral from northwest, once the Burin from northeast, and once the Jugo from southeast…

Several decades ago, our classic-style wooden vessels used to be pure sailing ships, they have been shipping wine and other goods from the mainland to the islands and from the islands to the mainland. However, over time, they have been adapted to the demands of modern tourism; they dispose of comfortable cabins and superstructures on deck, which prohibit real sailing. Moreover, even the modern vessels with steel hulls, modelled on the traditional motor sailing ships, are more or less small and comfortable cruisers, but not real sailing ships. However, they still exist – the “real” sailing ships. To meet the wishes of many of our regular guests, we offer pure sailing trips, at least at a couple of dates. Whenever the weather

conditions allow it, we will set sails and the engine will be turned off. Of course, you are welcome to help the crew to set sails and to stand at the helm, under the supervision of the captain. Although we will not follow a strict itinerary, you may be certain that the captain will take you to the most beautiful coves and places of the Dalmatian islands. The islands of Šolta, Brač, and Hvar are on our schedule – and even the Pelješac Peninsula and the island of Korčula – provided that the winds are welldisposed towards us. Wait and see – according to the Dalmatian motto “kamo nas vitar nosi” (where the wind will take us).

MS Pravedan

The Sailing Trip ex Trogir: ■ From 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, boar-

ding time in the port of Trogir. ■ The itinerary is not prescribed,

but created by the captain in a flexible way. Considering weather and sea conditions, he will show you his favourite bays and places. ■ At least two nights in sheltered

coves and small fishing villages. ■ A maximum of three nights

in major towns, visited by the route T1, possibly not on the same days as other ships. ■ Whenever possible, the group

will avoid meeting groups from other boats and sharing overnight locations.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise). ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation

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Nudist Cruise through Central & Southern Dalmatia

Korčula

1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Naturism has almost 60 years of tradition in Croatia. As early as 1961, the nudist holiday resort Koversada was opened on the Limfjord in Istria, one of the largest of its kind in Europe. You will find beaches reserved for nudists practically along the entire Croatian Adriatic coast, as well as countless unofficial beaches and beach sections where almost exclusively naturists meet. In short, nudism is widely accepted in Croatia. What could be more natural than to tan seamlessly on the deck of a boat, and dive into the crystal-clear waters of lonely bays without using textiles? After we have already successfully carried out nudist cruises from Rijeka, we expanded our offer in 2020 with such a route from Trogir with our MS Mirabela as well. For the extra long bathing breaks, lonely bays will be called whenever possible, so that you can “drop the hulls” undisturbed. True to the motto “Hand in hand with the nature”, overnight stays will take place in small fishing villages or lonely bays. Saturday: Trogir–Island of Brač Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car,

you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. After embarkation, our representative will welcome you with a welcome drink and introduce you to the crew and other passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, we weigh the anchor and sail towards Bol on the island of Brač. Here is one of the most beautiful beaches of the whole Mediterranean – “Zlatni Rat” (Golden Horn), which changes its direction constantly with the ocean current – a real miracle of nature. Dinner on board and overnight stay in the harbour of Bol.

Sunday: Island of Brač– Island of Korčula

The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, embarkation in the port of Trogir is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

About three hours by boat from Korčula lies the island of Lastovo, which for decades has been closed to foreign visitors, as there was a military base here during the time of the former Yugoslavia. The island has therefore been able to preserve its original character and is a true oasis of tranquillity with lush Medi-

Our today’s destination is the island of Korčula. Already early in the morning we set sails, and after a swimming break and lunch on board we call in the early afternoon the city of Korčula, the main place of the island of the same name. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns of Dalmatia and is often called “Little Dubrovnik“, because of its fortresslike appearance. You have about two hours to discover the birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo, before we continue to a lonely bay. There you have the possibility to jump into the cool water as long as you like. Dinner on board and overnight stay.

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Tuesday: Island of Lastovo – Island of Vis

the cave takes place with small boats, entrance inclusive boat trip approx. € 10 (July/August € 14) per person, payable on the spot. After visiting the Blue Cave, we set course for the island of Hvar. For the overnight stay, we will drop the anchor in one of the numerous lonely bays in the vicinity of Stari Grad. These bays captivate with their turquoise-green colors, framed by the rich green of the pine forests all around. A true paradise for naturists. Thursday: Island of Hvar– Island of Šolta

After a swimming break and lunch we head for the second “forbidden” island of our trip – Vis. Like Lastovo, Vis was closed to foreign visitors until the end of the 1980s. Where once the runway of an air force base has been, wine is now cultivated. The tunnel-like submarine bunkers that can be seen here are also interesting. Once built as protection against “enemy powers”, today they only serve fishermen as protection against storms. We spend the night in the harbour of Vis, the main town of the island, which lies in a deeply incised, protected bay. Vis is a charming little town with romantic alleys and cafés. In one of the many quaint konobas you can end the evening wonderfully. Wednesday: Island of Vis– Island of Biševo & Blue Cave– Island of Hvar

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Full board ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

■ Nudism is possible on the sun

After breakfast, disembarkation until 9 am. Notes: ■ Whenever possible, encounters and overnight stays with groups of other ships will be avoided.

deck (also during the trip), in lonely bays and at (unofficial) nudism beach sections. ■ Nudism is not allowed in the

saloon or at the entrance to harbours, and at least swimwear must be worn.

MS Mirabela

Friday: Island of Šolta– Island of Drvenik Veli–Trogir

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Only a few nautical miles from Vis lies the islet of Biševo with the famous “Blue Cave“ (Modra Špilja). Around noon, the sun’s rays, which enter the cave through an underwater opening, are reflected by the white seabed and bathe the cave in blue light. However, this unique spectacle can only be observed when the sea is calm. The trip into

Before breakfast you can take the opportunity to enjoy a refreshing bath in the morning, to get fit for the day. Then we will sail to the nearby town of Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island of Hvar. Stari Grad (translated: old town) was once the capital of the island, still today well preserved sights like the Hektorović Palace testify to the splendour of long ago times. However, Stari Grad was able to preserve its role as the centre of the island’s viticulture. You will have about two hours to explore the town, before we set course for the island of Šolta. Šolta is one of the smaller Dalmatian islands, and it is known among connoisseurs for its first-class dark olive oil. We anchor in one of the uninhabited bays of the island of Šolta, where we also spend the night.

not only the motorized sailing boats ■ If the temperature is high at night, it is necessary to stay overnight and motor yachts return to Trogir, in places with electricity or to run but also countless chartered sailing the generator during the night, yachts and catamarans. When they otherwise the air conditioner will all pass the fortress tower “Kamernot operate during the night. lengo”, there are many unique photo motives. After mooring, let yourself ■ In case of bad weather or rain, be captured by the unique atmosharbour stays in the overnight phere in the alleys of the old town, resorts will be extended, as (sun) which is not without reason called bathing is not possible anyway. “museum town“, and is under the ■ The route described here is protection of the UNESCO. Guided an example. The route can be sightseeing tour through the old adjusted according to the weather town, afterwards dinner on board and local conditions. The captain and overnight stay. will design an interesting route that meets the wishes of nudists. Saturday: Disembarkation

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terranean vegetation. The archipelago was declared a nature park a few years ago (entrance fee approx. € 4 per person, payable on site). First we moor in the bay Sveti Mihajlo near the village of Lastovo, where you have enough time to explore the village, which is about 1,000 m away from the pier. After lunch on board, we head for the deeply incised Velo Lago bay, where we also spend the night.


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“Active & Cappuccino” Cruise through Central & Southern Dalmatia 1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Featuring a well-done blend of swimming, sunbathing, short bike tours, sightseeing tours, guided walks and easy hikes, our “Active & Cappuccino” cruises could be best described as „active light with a pinch of culture“. The Cetina Canyon rafting adventure is one of the finest highlights to be mentioned. The program – always accompanied by a tour guide – is aimed at all those who don’t just want to spend their cruise on the sun deck and in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic, but don’t want either to be forced to go on daily bike tours of 40 or 50 km or spend hours on hikes. And, of course, there’s enough time left over to sit around or enjoy a relaxed cappuccino. Our “Active & Cappuccino” cruise is also suitable for families with children, as it’s also possible to hire children’s bikes. According to the motto “anything goes but nothing’s compulsory”, you decide for yourself which activities you want to participate in or if you would just like to spend one or more days on the boat relaxing and enjoying your free time. Saturday: Trogir–Split Walk and guided tour of Split

Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1,100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. Our bicycles will be waiting for you in front of the boat. After having chosen the right bike for you, our staff will proceed with loading the bicycles on board. There follows a meet & greet including a welcome drink with our representative, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, we set sail and head towards one of the bays at the island of Čiovo, where we drop anchor to enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea for the first time. After a long swimming break, we continue our journey to Split, Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 year old city was built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian; today it is a

to 180 m –, the waterfalls and lakes offer sights of an unspoilt nature. A bus will take us to the starting point of our today’s rafting trip. After being provided with the appropriate equipment (helmet and life jacket), we will get a detailed instruction before starting our 2.5-hour downstream adventure. Inflatable boats for six to eight passengers, steered by experienced skippers, will take The port of embarkation for passen- us down the Cetina, passing smooth rapids, gorgeous waterfalls, and a gers arriving by plane depends on simply unique countryside, which is the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight home to many rare birds and other arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, wildlife. On our way, we will make embarkation in the port of Trogir is two breaks to have an energy snack guaranteed. Passengers arriving later and to take a refreshing dip in the will be transferred to the first port of crystal-clear water. Our destination is the “Radmanove Mlinice”, a call for embarkation. unique spot featuring old water mills surrounded by an amazing countrySunday: Split–Omiš & Cetina side. From here, the bus will take us Canyon–Makarska Riviera back to the vessel. Those who do not Cetina River rafting wish to participate in the rafting trip After breakfast, we will set off for will have the opportunity to stroll Omiš, a small town, located at the through the lovely town of Omiš, or estuary of the Cetina river. In thouto relax and unwind in one of the sands of years, the river Cetina cafés in the old town. After lunch on shaped an impressive canyon and board, we will leave Omiš, and set off for a bay to take a swim. Aftercreated bizarre formations in the wards we will head to the Makarska stone of the riverbed. The crysRiviera, known for its gorgeous tal-clear water, the high cliffs – up World Heritage site protected by the UNESCO. After a city tour, we take a guided walk through the forest park Marjan, located on the homonymous mountain (178 m). Today it is a nature reserve, boasting more than 400 different protected plants. Dinner and overnight stay in the port of Split with its lively atmosphere of a Mediterranean metropolis.

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beaches of fine gravel, which here, punctuated by short sections of rock, string together like a pearl necklace. There follows the opportunity to visit one of the numerous restaurants for dinner. Overnight stay in Brela, Baška Voda or Makarska. Monday: Makarska Riviera– Pelješac Peninsula Bicycle tour and hike on the Pelješac peninsula, wine tasting Today we will continue our cruise south. Our destination is the Pelješac peninsula, which is the second largest peninsula in Croatia and is well-known for its excellent wines, Postup and Dingač. We will anchor in Kućište, from where we will start our bike tour to Orebić, a picturesque town located at the foot of the Sveti Ilija mountain (961 m). After a tour through the town, we will take a walk to the Franciscan convent dating back to the 16th Century (approx. 2 km), located 152 metres above sea level. From here you can enjoy panoramic views over the sea and the opposite island of Korčula. Visit one of Orebič’s cozy restaurants for lunch. Afterwards you are invited to enjoy wine tasting and

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Brač. We will visit the town of Bol, known for the most famous beach in Croatia – Zlatni Rat (the “Golden Horn”) – which extends approx. 300 m into the sea. It is a natural phenomenon, because the tip of the beach is constantly changing its direction with the ocean currents. Take the opportunity to enjoy dinner in one of the cozy restaurants in Bol. Overnight stay in the small port of Bol.

Museum City”. Enjoy the experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and discover impressive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults. Do not miss out on taking a look into the unique old yards. Take the opportunity to enjoy dinner in one of the numerous restaurants in Trogir. Overnight stay in the port of Trogir.

Friday: Island of Brač–Trogir Bicycle tour on the island of Brač, guided tour of Trogir

After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.

Saturday: Disembarkation

Note: After breakfast, we will start our bike tour (approx. 14 km). Passing the Dominican monastery, we will reach the village of Murvica. We will make a short break before returning to Bol, where we will go for a swim at the famous beach “Zlatni Rat”. Afterwards we will get back on board to set off for a nearby bay, where we will have lunch and plenty of time for swimming and sunbathing. In the afternoon we will return to Trogir, the starting point of our cruise. With its amazing old town, protected by the UNESCO, Trogir is also called “the

Island of Korčula

Although the itinerary is following the motto “anything goes but nothing’s compulsory”, and you can decide which activities you wish to participate in, there will be no refund for unused services. Please note that itinerary and activities are subject to slight changes due to weather and local conditions. Therefore it might occur that lunch is served on board instead of dinner and vice versa.

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board according to the itin-

erary ■ Welcome snack ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ English resp. German speaking

guide during the whole cruise ■ Rental bike (please advise us

at the time of booking if you require a helmet) ■ E-bike available at extra charge ■ Guided bicycle tours according

to the itinerary ■ Guided hikes according to the

itinerary ■ Cetina river rafting trip ■ Wine tasting in Orebić ■ Entrance fee to the island of

Mljet National Park incl. boat trip to the monastery island ■ Cappuccino in Račišće ■ Entrance fee to the fortress

“Španjola” in Hvar ■ Guided city tour of Split ■ Guided city tour of Trogir

Wine tasting on Pelješac

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Port of Embarkation Trogir

Today’s tour will take us alongside the sea and offers stunning views of the surroundings. In Račišce, we will invite you to a cappuccino, before we will get back on board and set off for the island of Hvar. On our way, lunch will be served, before anchoring in Tuesday: Pelješac Peninsula– Island of Mljet–Island of Korčula a secluded bay of the small island of Šćedro, where we will enjoy a break Walk through Mljet National Park for swimming and sunbathing. Afterwards we will continue our cruise, After breakfast, we will leave the heading to Hvar, the capital of the Pelješac peninsula and continue homonymous island. After a guided our cruise to the island of Mljet. walk through the city, we will take Part of the island was declared a a 20-minute climb to the fortress national park – two saltwater lakes “Španjola”. From here, we can enjoy (in the larger of the two there is a magnificent views over the old town small island with a former monastery) are connected only by a narrow of Hvar and the offshore islands channel to the sea. We moor in “Pakleni otoci”. After this great expePomena or Polače. Enjoy a guided rience, we will set off for a nearby walk through the amazing national bay, where we will spend the night park, which also includes a boat trip and enjoy Captain’s Dinner. across the big lake to the monastery island. We recommend that you Thursday: Island of Hvar–Island bring your bathing suit, since the of Brač temperature of the salt water lakes Bicycle tour on the island of Hvar is always 2°C above the temperature of the sea. Afterwards we will Today we will sail around the northhave lunch aboard, before we set off western tip of the island of Hvar, for the island of Korčula. Korčula, the heading to Stari Grad, the oldest homonymous capital of the island, settlement on the island. Stari Grad has one of the most beautiful old (translated: old town), once called towns in Dalmatia, and because of “Pharos”, used to be the capital of its fortress-like appearance it is often the island. Even today well-prereferred to as “Little Dubrovnik”. served monuments bear witness Overnight stay in the birthplace of the splendour of times past, like of the famous sailor and explorer the Palace of Hektorović. Stari Grad Marco Polo. Enjoy dinner in one of has, however, kept its role as the the lovely island restaurants. centre of viticulture. Our today’s bike tour will lead us to Jelsa, a picturWednesday: Island of Korčula– esque place, located at a distance Island of Hvar of approx. 22 km from Stari Grad. Bicycle tour and cappuccino After a break, we will ride all the way on the island of Korčula, back to Stari Grad, where we will walk on the island of Hvar get back on board. Afterwards we will set off for a nearby bay to have After breakfast, we will unload the lunch and to enjoy a refreshing swim bikes and start our ride to the small in the crystal-clear sea, before we place of Račišce (approx. 13 km). continue our cruise to the island of to assure yourself of the quality of the wines produced in this area. We will return by bike to Kućište (approx. 5 km), where we will have dinner on board. Overnight stay in Kućište.


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Island Hopping by Bicycle through Central & Southern Dalmatia including a visit to Dubrovnik 1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir–Island of Brač Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1.100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. Our bicycles will be waiting for you in front of the boat. After having chosen the right bike for you, our staff will proceed with loading the bicycles on board. There follows a meet & greet including a welcome drink with our representative, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, we weigh anchor and head towards Supetar on the island of Brač, one of the largest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Brač is also known for its white limestone, which is mined here – buildings all over the world, including the White House in Washington, or the Reichstag in Berlin, are built out of it. After arriving in Supetar, we take our bikes and ride over Splitska and Postira to Pučišća. Dinner on board and overnight stay in the Port of Pučišća (24.9 km by bike). The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. With transfer booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, embarkation in the port of Trogir is guaranteed. Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation.

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Sunday: Island of Brač–Island of Korčula We leave the island of Brač and set a course for the island of Korčula. After a swimming break and lunch on board, our today’s bike tour starts from the small port of Račišće. We cycle to a vantage point, located above Korčula, and via Pupnat and Kneža all the way back to Račišće. After our bike tour, we continue on by boat, heading to Korčula, the island’s homonymous capital. Overnight stay in the scenic port of Korčula (32.2 km). Monday: Island of Korčula–Island of Mljet–Elafiti Islands We leave the island of Korčula and sail to the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a National Park – two saltwater lakes are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. We anchor in Sobra and start our today’s bike tour. At an easy pace we will ride through the forests of the island to Saplunara, where we will have plenty of time to have lunch at a restaurant and to enjoy a swim at the marvelous sandy beach Saplunara is known for. Afterwards, we cycle back to Sobra, from where we will set off for the island of Šipan, which is part of the Elafiti Archipelago. Dinner on board and overnight stay in Šipanska Luka on the island of Šipan (29.3 km). Tuesday: Elafiti Islands– Dubrovnik Today’s short bike tour takes us from Šipanska Luka to Suđurađ on the island of Šipan, and all the way back. From here we will cruise to

Dubrovnik, where we will arrive at lunchtime. Dubrovnik is also called the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, since in the Middle Ages the city counted among the most important economic and cultural centres of the Mediterranean area. Today, the Old City unfolds a unique open air museum with countless attractions. After lunch on board, we are invited to enjoy a guided tour through the historic town with its impressive walls. It takes only a few minutes by bus to get to the old town. The bus stop is located right next to the port, the bus leaves every 10 minutes, last return journey around 2:00 am. Tickets are available from the kiosk (12 Kuna per ride) or on the bus (15 Kuna per ride). After the guided city tour, you will have plenty of time to discover the gems of Dubrovnik on your own and to enjoy dinner at one of the numerous restaurants. Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the numerous unique sights or take the cable car to the 415 m high mountain Srđ, from which you can enjoy a unique view of the old town and the sea. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik (10.7 km). Wednesday: Dubrovnik–Pelješac Peninsula We leave Dubrovnik and sail to Prapratno at the Pelješac Peninsula. We will ride our bikes to Ston and Mali Ston, two villages connected by an impressive wall. The wall was built in the 14th century; it is 5.5 kilometres long, hence, the secondlongest in the world. Besides for the oldest and largest saline (marine salt works) of the entire Mediterranean area, which was built before Christ,

Mali Ston is widely known for its mussel and oyster farming. We then continue our tour to Trstenik, where our boat will be waiting. In Trstenik, we will have lunch on board, before heading to Kućište, where we will arrive in the late afternoon after having enjoyed a break for swimming and sunbathing. Tonight, Captain’s dinner is served! Overnight stay in Kućište or Lumbarda (36.2 km).

and is known among connoisseurs for the high quality dark-coloured olive oil. We will ride through traditional old villages. Passing Grohote, we will reach Maslinica, a village named after the Croatian olive tree (“Maslina”). We load our bikes on deck for the last time and set off for Trogir. On our way we will stop at a bay for lunch and to enjoy a last refreshing swim in the Adriatic Sea. We will reach Trogir in the late afternoon. Enjoy the experience of a Thursday: Pelješac Peninsula– guided walking tour through the Island of Hvar winding streets and discover impressive walls, towers, churches, fresAfter breakfast, we will cruise coes and vaults. Do not miss out on towards the island of Hvar. Our next taking a look into the unique old port of call is the island’s homonyards. Enjoy the last evening of your ymous capital, from where we will cruise with a romantic dinner at one start our bike tour. We ride through of Trogir`s numerous restaurants. endless lavender fields and vineOvernight stay in the port of Trogir yards to Stari Grad, the oldest settle- (18.6 km). ment on the island, founded in the 4th Century BC as the Greek colony Saturday: Disembarkation of Pharos. Hvar is also the Adriatic island with the highest number of After breakfast, disembarkation until hours of sunshine and the mildest 9:00 am. climate. After our on-board lunch in Stari Grad, we will make an easy bike Please note: tour to Jelsa and via Vrboska back to Stari Grad. In very hot weather, the Itinerary and activities are subject to afternoon bike ride will be cancelled slight changes due to weather and and a longer swimming break is local conditions. Therefore it might taken instead. Overnight stay in the occur that lunch is served on board harbour of Stari Grad, where you instead of dinner and vice versa. can take the opportunity to dine out at one of the local restaurants (20.4 resp. 21.8 km). Friday: Island of Hvar–Island of Šolta–Trogir Our today’s destination is the island of Šolta. It takes two hours by ship from Stari Grad to Stomorska. Šolta is one of the smaller Dalmatian islands

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Island Hopping by Bicycle through Central & Southern Dalmatia including a visit to the Island of Vis & Rafting on the Cetina River 1 week ex Trogir – departures on Saturdays Saturday: Trogir–Island of Šolta Between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm boarding at the port of Trogir. If you arrive in Trogir by your own car, you can drive to our car park reception from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm at the latest. Here you can park your car and our service team will bring your luggage to the port or to the ship in time. You will reach the harbour in about ten minutes on foot (approx. 1.100 m) via the pedestrian bridge. Our bicycles will be waiting for you in front of the boat. After having chosen the right bike for you, our staff will proceed with loading the bicycles on board. There follows a meet & greet including a welcome drink with our representative, and you will have a chance to get to know the crew and your fellow passengers. During a lunch snack after embarkation, we weigh anchor and set out for our first port of call on the island of Šolta. Šolta is one of the smaller Dalmatian islands and is known among connoisseurs for the high quality dark olive oil. We will ride through traditional old villages. In Gornje Selo, we will visit an olive oil mill, where we will enjoy olive oil tasting as well. Passing Grohote, we will reach Stomorska, where we will have dinner on board and also stay overnight. (18.6 km by bike).

Sunday: Island of Šolta – Island of Brač

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After an hour of sailing we reach Milna on the island Brač. Today we will cross the island from west to south – our destination is the resort of Bol, featuring one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean area, the Zlatni Rat (the Golden Horn). The tour takes us from Milna to Bol – on our way to Bol, we will stop for lunch and enjoy a glass of wine in a typical Dalmatian “Konoba” (not included in the cruise price). Those who are aiming even higher, after riding uphill to the height of some 500 m above sea level, can join us all the way up to the Vidova Gora mountain – with its 778 metres the highest mountain on the Adriatic islands. You will be rewarded with a magnificent view over the islands of Šolta, Hvar and Korčula, the peninsula of Pelješac and the “Golden Horn” beach. Dinner and overnight stay in the picturesque harbour of Bol (42.8 or 55.5 km).

“Cast off!” early in the morning, and after about three hours, we will run into the bay of Vela Luka on the island of Korčula. Our bicycle tour will take us to the town of Korčula, located in the south-east of the island. On our way we will stop at a “Konoba” or a tavern for lunch. Dinner is served on board, overnight stay in Korčula (48.3 km). Wednesday: Island of Korčula– Island of Hvar–Island of Brač

at the mouth of the Cetina river. In thousands of years the Cetina river shaped a canyon and created bizarre formations in the stone of the riverbed. The crystal-clear water, the high cliffs – up to 180 m, the waterfalls and lakes offer sights of an unspoilt nature. Our today’s bike tour will take us along the Cetina river to the village of Pavića Most, where our rafting trip begins. While the bicycles are brought to the rafting destination by minibus, we are being provided with the appropriate equipment (helmet and life jacket), and we will get a detailed instruction before starting our 2.5-hour downstream adventure. Inflatable boats for six to eight passengers, steered by experienced skippers, will take us down the Cetina, passing smooth rapids, gorgeous waterfalls, and a simply unique countryside, which is home to many rare birds and other wildlife. On our way, we will make two breaks to have an energy snack and to take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear water. Our destination is the “Radmanove Mlinice”, a unique spot featuring old water mills. Here we take over the bicycles again and drive back to the ship. We will continue our cruise to Split after having enjoyed lunch on board. In Split we will go on a guided city tour before having the opportunity to dine out at one of the numerous restaurants or taverns. Overnight stay in the port of Split. Those who do not wish to participate in the rafting adventure can go by bike from Pavića Most all the way back to Omiš (18.8 and 6.7 resp. 37.6 km).

We leave Korčula and pass the Pelješac Peninsula on our way to the island of Hvar. The unique peninsula of Pelješac is dominated by an impressive mountain range with its highest peak, named Sveti Ilija (961 m). Being the second largest Croatian peninsula, Pelješac is also well known as the producing area of famous wines like Postup and Dingač. Hvar is the Adriatic island with the most hours of sunshine and the mildest climate. Our today’s bike Monday: Island of Brač–Island trip leads us from Sućuraj through of Vis endless olive groves and vineyards to After breakfast, we will set off for the Jelsa. Jelsa, a lovely place, is located in the north of the island of Hvar. “forbidden” island of Vis. The island Enjoy lunch on board before we are was closed to foreign visitors until heading for the island of Brač. After a the end of the 1980s. Where once there was an Air Force runway, now swimming break we arrive in Postira there are vineyards. Vis is a subtrop- or Pučišća, where the Captain’s Dinner is served today. (51.3 km). The port of embarkation for passen- ical paradise boasting an amazing countryside. Upon arrival at the port gers arriving by plane depends on of Vis we will continue by bicycle to Thursday: Island of Brač–Omiš & the flight schedule. With transfer Cetina Canyon–Split booking via I.D. Riva Tours and flight the second major town on the island arrival to Split airport until 01:00 pm, - Komiža. Passing the small place We are heading for the mainland. embarkation in the port of Trogir is Dračevo Polje, we will reach Komiža, After one hour of sailing we moor in where you can have lunch at one guaranteed. Passengers arriving later the port of Omiš, a picturesque town Friday: Split–Trogir will be transferred to the first port of of the restaurants, before returning on the mainland. Omiš boasts a priviback to Vis. Dinner on board. Overcall for embarkation. leged seaside position and is located Split is Croatia’s second largest city night stay in the port of Vis (31.7 km). and the capital of Dalmatia. The

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1700 year old city was built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian; today it is protected by the UNESCO. After breakfast, we will take an uphill bike tour to the Marjan mountain. After returning to our boat, and loading our bicycles on deck for the last time, we will set off for Trogir. On our way to Trogir, we will stop at a bay of the island of Čiovo, where we will enjoy lunch and a last swim in the Adriatic Sea. With its amazing old town, protected by the UNESCO, Trogir is also called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and discover impressive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults. Do not miss out on taking a look into the unique old yards. Take the opportunity to enjoy dinner in one of the numerous restaurants in Trogir. Overnight stay in the port of Trogir (18.6 km). Saturday: Disembarkation After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am. Please note: Itinerary and activities are subject to slight changes due to weather and local conditions. Therefore it might occur that lunch is served on board instead of dinner and vice versa.


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475 599 699 725 749 545 669 769 795 819

Orkan

ORK HB

12

475 599 699 725 749 545 669 769 795 819

Aneta

ANE HB

20

475 599 699 725 749 545 669 769 795 819

Jerkić

JER

HB

14

549 675 799 825 849

Mirabela

MIR

HB

15

549 675 799 825 849

Otac Ivan

IVA

HB

19

499 625 749 775 799 569 695 819 845 869

Vilma

VIM

HB

17

579 699 849 899 925 729 849 999 1049 1075

Azimut

AZI

HB

22

599 749 899 949 975 774 924 1074 1124 1150

Amore

AMO HB

22

599 749 899 949 975 774 924 1074 1124 1150

Mystic

MYS HB

22

649 799 975 1025 1049 824 974 1150 1200 1224

Relax

REL

HB

22

699 849 1025 1075 1099 899 1049 1225 1275 1299

Bellezza

BEL

HB

22

699 849 1025 1075 1099 899 1049 1225 1275 1299

Azzurro

AZZ HB

22

699 849 1025 1075 1099 899 1049 1225 1275 1299

Route T4 | 2 weeks see pages 98/99

Prices in € per person

CRS Code

Board

Ribič

Min. number of participants

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Azzurro

AZZ HB

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1448 1748 2100 2200 2248 1848 2148 2500 2600 2648

Route T8 | 1 week see page 103

Prices in € per person

CRS Code

Board

Relax

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Amore

Lower deck

Season ➔ PRA HB

Lower deck A

B

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445 569 669 695 719 515 639 739 765 789

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Orkan

ORK HB

12

675 799 899 925 949 745 869 969 995 1019

Aneta

ANE HB

20

675 799 899 925 949 745 869 969 995 1019

Mirabela

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HB

15

Amore

AMO HB

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799 949 1099 1149 1175 974 1124 1274 1324 1350

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Board

Min. number of participants

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… and by night

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Board

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Route TF | 1 week see pages 104/105 Lower deck

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Riva Service Team at the Port of Trogir

Transfer fees from Split Airport (round trip) Port of Trogir

25 €

First overnight port on the mainland

39 €

First overnight port on the islands

49 €

The transfer fees shown are valid for flights booked with I.D. Riva Tours, as well as when booked with another travel agent or the airline directly. Prices for intermediate transfers with combined bookings (e.g. cruise + hotel) on request.

All mentioned cruise prices refer to the occupancy of a double or twin cabin with two persons. Reductions and surcharges you will find here: Children’s reduction up to 14 years (not valid for charter)

Surcharges & reductions per person

1 adult + 1 child in a double or twin cabin

30 %

Surcharge for double or twin cabin for single use

50 %

2 adults + 2 children in 2 double or twin cabins

30 %

Reduction when bringing your own bicycle with you on the routes TD, TV & TC

45 €

1 adult + 2 children in a triple cabin

30 %

Surcharge for eBike (electrical bicycle) on the routes TD, TV & TC (on request)

130 €

2 adults + 1 child in a triple cabin

50 %

Reduction for the 3rd person when booking a triple cabin for 3 adults

20 %

The prices do not include sojourn taxes and groundage. The total amount of € 28 per week and per person (children up to 12 years: € 14) is payable upon embarkation.

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Welcome to Dubrovnik !

Port of Embarkation Dubrovnik

Embarkation & Parking If you arrive in Dubrovnik by your own car, you can go to the port and directly to your ship from 12:00 noon. Here you can unload your luggage. Our Service Team will help you to bring your luggage on board. You can now drive your car to the parking lot.

Arriving by Plane If you arrive by plane, you can embark the whole Saturday. If you book a transfer through I.D. Riva Tours, we will take you from the airport directly to the ship.

As some return flights are in the afternoon or evening, you may still have enough time for strolling During the embarkation from through the old town or having a 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm, your I.D. Riva swim at the nearby beaches. During Tours guide will be at the port, on this time, we will keep your luggage later arrival at the port the MY Solaris safe, free of charge. The transfer crew will assist you with the embar- fees you will find on page 118. kation. At the end of your cruise, you will pick up your car from the parking lot Saturday morning, drive to the port, and load your luggage right prior to your departure.

Pre-Cruise Stay

If you like to stay for one or more nights in Dubrovnik before or after your cruise, we are happy to reserve a hotel from our program for you. See idriva.com.

The parking fee is HRK 700.00 (approx. € 95.00) per week, and for legal reasons, it needs to be paid in the local currency kuna.of Dubrovnik Port Map

Dubrovnik | Port of Gruž Motorway A1 Exit Ploče resp. Coastal road idri va.c om

Port of Gruž

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Old Town


Port of embarkation Dubrovnik

MY SOLARIS DELUXE 44 m 39 18 1

✔ ✔ ✔

Captain Ante Vuković – 34 years young and he has already been a salty old sea dog for quite some time! At the age of 26, he had already become the youngest First Officer in Croatia’s history and he still used to steer a tanker of just under 350 m length through the world’s oceans during winter 2017. In 2013, he bought the MS Mirabela from his uncle Silvio, who is now sailing the MY Vita for us. In summer 2017, he handed the Mirabela to his younger brother Luka, who now navigates this ship along with his wife Tea. In the meantime, Ante began building a completely new ship in autumn 2016, the luxurious motor yacht Solaris, measuring 44 m in length. Ante set sail in his new ship from Trogir in time for the beginning of the 2018 season. It is not only one of the longest ships in our fleet, it also is one of the most comfortable, with lots of space for every single guest. The furnishing of the saloon and cabins was mainly done by his wife Annamarija, who as a make-up artist has a lot of sense for even the smallest details. She is usually also on board personally to pull the strings in the background and to make sure that everything that concerns the well-being of her guests is in perfect order.

General data: Length 44 m, built in 2018. 39 beds in 19 cabins with shower/toilet, individually controllable air conditioning, LCD-TV, safe, hair dryer, and a small desk. Lower deck: 4 double cabins with queen-size bed, 4 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*. Main deck: 2 double cabins with queen-size bed, 5 twin cabins with separate beds, 3 twin cabins with separate beds which can be made up to double beds if desired*, 1 triple cabin with queen-size bed and a separate single bed. * Please let us know if you prefer two separate beds or a double bed at the time of booking, so that we can make sure that the beds are arranged according to your wishes before you embark. Other: Sun deck (250 m2) with 40 sun loungers, bathing platform with showers at the stern. Saloon with air conditioning for 40 guests on the upper deck, tables with benches and chairs for 40 people on the covered upper deck behind the saloon. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin. Cabins are cleaned and towels are changed daily. Minimum number of participants: 22 persons

Port of Embarkation Dubrovnik

Length Passengers Twin/double cabins Triple cabins Private shower/toilet Air conditioning WiFi internet ■ luxury steel ship ■ motor yacht style ■ bathing platform

Captain Ante & his wife Annamarija

Twin cabin separate beds on deck

Double cabin queen-size bed lower deck Prices in € per person plus sojourn tax and groundage

Board

Route Route description see page Price lower deck HB

Surcharge cabin on deck

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For detailed price overview, surcharges and discounts see page 118

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Route D1 Route

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From the “Pearl of the Adriatic” across Southern & Central Dalmatia 1 week ex Dubrovnik – departure on Saturdays

Port of Embarkation Dubrovnik

Saturday: Dubrovnik–Slano If you arrive with your own car, our service team will be waiting for you in the harbour from 1:00 pm. From 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm the embarkation takes place in the port of Dubrovnik. Afterwards our representative will welcome you with a welcome drink and introduce you to the crew and the other passengers. Depending on their arrival time, air travellers can embark later on Saturday, if necessary in Slano, the first port of overnight accommodation. After a snack, we lift the anchor towards Slano around 4:00 pm. First we call at a bay, in order to dive for the first time into the marvellous water of the Adria. Afterwards we continue into the deeply incised bay of Slano. Dinner on board and overnight stay.If you want to stay longer in Dubrovnik on the day of arrival, you can take the bus to Slano in the evening. Departure e.g. at 6:30 pm, 9:30 pm and 10:30 pm, from June to September additionally at 1:00 am. Fare HRK 25 (approx. € 3,40).

(in the larger of the two lakes there is an islet with a former monastery) are only connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Opportunity to visit the national park (admission incl. boat trip to the small island with the monastery approx. € 17, payable on site). We recommend a bath in the saltwater lakes, whose temperature is always about 2°C above the sea temperature. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay in Pomena or Polače.

1700-year-old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is today a UNESCO-protected site. After a guided city tour, you will have the rest of the evening at your disposal to discover the old town on your own and to enjoy the bustling Mediterranean atmosphere on the famous promenade of Split. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay.

Monday: Island of Mljet– Makarska Riviera

We leave Split, pass the strait “Splitska Vrata” between the islands of Brač and Šolta, and set course for Hvar – the island is known for its mild climate and extensive lavender fields. On the way, we will visit a bay for swimming. The harbour of the main town of the same name on the island of Hvar is situated at the foot of a fortress, from where there is a fantastic view of the Pakleni otoci archipelago. Opportunity for dinner and overnight stay.

“With the head in the shade, the belly in the sun, and the feet in the water” – this was the statement once made by a guest who spent his holiday on the Makarska Riviera. And this is exactly true of the picturesque resorts on the Makarska Riviera – the vast pine forests stretching along the slopes of the Biokovo Mountains reach to the fine pebble beaches with their crystal clear waters. After lunch on board and an extended bath break, we head for the town Sunday: Slano–Island of Mljet of Makarska or one of the neighbouring places in the late afternoon. After breakfast, we set off towards Opportunity for dinner and overthe island of Mljet. After a swimming night stay. break and lunch in one of the countless coves, we head for Pomena Tuesday: Makarska Riviera–Split or Polače on the island of Mljet. A part of the island was declared a Our destination today is Split, national park – two saltwater lakes the capital of Dalmatia. The

Dubrovnik Makarska Riviera

Wednesday: Split–Island of Hvar

Split

Thursday: Island of Hvar–Island of Korčula Our today’s destination is the island Korčula. On the way we have an extended swimming break, during which we will also have lunch. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns of Dalmatia and is often called “Little Dubrovnik“, because of its fortress-like appear-

Island of Mljet National Park

Korčula

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Route D1

Friday: Island of Korčula– Dubrovnik

dance of sights. After arrival, guided tour of the old town. Stroll along the famous “Stradun”, take a walk over the mighty city walls or take the cable car to the 415 m high mountain Srđ, from where you have a unique view of the old town and the sea. The distance from the port of Gruž to the old town is only a few minutes by bus, which departs in the immediate vicinity of our boat. Departure approximately every 10 minutes, fare HRK 12 (at the kiosk) or HRK 15 (in the bus), last return at 2:00 am. Opportunity for dinner in Dubrovnik and overnight stay.

We first set course for the Elaphiti Islands, where we anchor in one of the numerous bays to enjoy a last swim in the Adriatic Sea and have lunch. Afterwards we return to the starting point of our journey. Dubrovnik is not wrongly called the “Pearl of the Adriatic” as it was one of the most important economic and cultural centres of the MediterraSaturday: Disembarkation nean during its heyday in the Middle After breakfast disembarkation until Ages. Today, the old town presents itself to the visitor as a unique 9:00 am. open-air museum with an abun-

Island of Mljet National Park

What’s included… ■ 8-day cruise according to the

itinerary ■ Half board (including dinner on

embarkation day, and breakfast and lunch or dinner on the following days of your cruise) ■ Captain’s Dinner ■ English and German speaking

representatives during embarkation and disembarkation ■ Guided city tour of Split ■ Guided city tour of Dubrovnik

Hvar

Dubrovnik

Prices in € per person excl. sojourn tax & groundage

Page

Board

Surcharge cabin on deck

Elaphiti Islands

Solaris

115

HB

200

Departure dates & prices starting from | for complete price overview, surcharges & reductions, see page 118 April May June July August September October 09 16 23 30 07 14 21 28 04 11 18 25 02 09 16 23 30 06 13 20 27 03 10 17 24 01 08 15 — — — 849 849 949 949 1099 1099 1175 1175 1175 1175 1249 1249 1249 1249 1249 1249 1249 1249 1249 1249 1175 1099 949 849 849

For detailed price overview, surcharges and discounts see page 118

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Port of Embarkation Dubrovnik

ance. Captain’s Dinner on board and overnight stay in the birth town of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.


Departure Dates and Prices for Cruises ex Dubrovnik Route plan & dates – departures on SATURDAYS

Solaris

Brochure page

Date e Season e Ship w

The route plan is subject to change.

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July D

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September E

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CRS Code

Min. number of participants

Prices in € per person

Board

Cruise prices

SOL

HB

22

Season ➔ Solaris

Cabins for single use without surcharge !

Route D1 | 1 week see pages 116/117 Lower deck A

B

C

D

On some of our ships, double or twin cabins for single use can be booked without surcharge!

Deck (main or upper deck) E

A

B

C

D

E

849 949 1099 1175 1249 1049 1149 1299 1375 1449

Dubrovnik

MS Solaris 1 cabin The table above shows how many cabins per departure are available without surcharge on each ship. For each further cabin for single use, a surcharge of 50% applies.

Transfer fees ab Dubrovnik Airport (round trip)) Port of Dubrovnik

39 €

The transfer fees shown are valid for flights booked with I.D. Riva Tours, as well as when booked with another travel agent or the airline directly. Prices for intermediate transfers with combined bookings (e.g. cruise + hotel) on request. When making your reservation, you may choose among cabins on or below deck (subject to availability). This will be accordingly confirmed with your booking confirmation/invoice. There is no distinction between main and upper deck. Our cruises are not suitable for persons with reduced mobility due to the design of the ships. For further information, see page 133.

Port of Embarkation Dubrovnik

Covid-19: For us as a tour operator, the well-being of our guests always has the highest priority. Therefore, we always inform you about current health measures and regulations under riva.to/actual

Dubrovnik

All mentioned cruise prices refer to the occupancy of a double or twin cabin with two persons. Reductions and surcharges you will find here: Children’s reduction up to 14 years (not valid for charter)

Surcharges & reductions per person

1 adult + 1 child in a double or twin cabin

30 %

Surcharge for double or twin cabin for single use

50 %

2 adults + 2 children in 2 double or twin cabins

30 %

Reduction for the 3rd person when booking a triple cabin for 3 adults

20 %

1 adult + 2 children in a triple cabin

30 %

2 adults + 1 child in a triple cabin

50 %

The prices do not include sojourn taxes and groundage. The total amount of € 35 per week and per person (children up to 12 years: € 17) is payable upon embarkation.

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How do you like the idea of sailing on your “own” private yacht ? Included services The charter price includes the following services:

Charter

✔ 1 week full charter with captain and crew ✔ choice of half board or full board ✔ Welcome snack and Captain’s Dinner ✔ Fuel for up to 5 hours sailing daily ✔ Bed linen ✔ Water and electricity supply ✔ WiFi internet ✔ I.D. Riva Tours service team (representatives, porters, parking service) at the port of embarkation and disembarkation

Charter 2023 with 10% early booking discount and price guarantee ! ✔ For the 2023 season, our ships can already be booked as charters with immediate effect, with an early booking discount of 10 % on the basic charter price for binding bookings and deposits made by 31st March 2022. Secure these attractive charter prices now, valid for bookings made by 31st March 2022. Many of our customers have already discovered – and we definitely agree with them – that the most beautiful way to experience a unique cruise is, when you charter a boat together with family or friends, to explore the Croatian islands. With a little bit of imagination, the ship will become your own yacht.

Do not be surprised should you encounter some of the world’s most superb and luxury yachts during your tour in Croatia. Famous people and celebrities from all over the world love to spend their vacation, cruising the amazing island world of Croatia. With your own chartered boat including captain and crew, you can enjoy a vacation just like the rich

and famous. In cooperation with your captain, who knows the Croatian Adriatic Sea like the back of his hand, we will plan your desired route, with a maximum of flexibility. On the following pages we will give you just a few ideas…

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Route Planning On a charter cruise, you decide where the journey is heading… of course we know that along 5,835 kilometres of coastline and 1,185 islands and islets – the choice is not always easy. If you do not want to follow one of the featured routes in this brochure, just tell us your ideas. Together with the captain and our team on the spot, we will plan your personal itinerary in advance. Our charter rates are based on an average daily sailing time of five hours – 35 hours a week. Of course, you can spend a whole day in a bay or port of call and extend the sailing time during the next days. Keep in mind while planning, that our boats are sailing exclusively at daylight. Of course, cruises with longer sailing times are possible as well. Please request a quotation.

Cultural Sights, Excursions, National Parks Would you like to experience more than sun, wind and sea? There are numerous possibilities to enhance your charter cruise. How about guided tours to cultural and historical monuments? The UNESCO towns of Split, Trogir and Dubrovnik offer fantastic points of interest, just like Krk, Rab, Zadar, Šibenik, Hvar, Korčula… each location offers a wide range of tourist attractions. You decide whether a tour guide will be waiting for you in each port of call, or whether he or she should accompany you throughout the entire cruise. It would be our pleasure to organize bus tours for your group. The excursion through the Neretva River Delta to Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina is a great example. Another amazing trip leads to the world-famous Plitvice Lakes National Park. On our itineraries, you will get to see a number of famous national parks. The steep gorges of Paklenica, the magnificent Krka waterfalls, the Kornati Islands – unique in the world – or the saltwater lakes on the island of Mljet. Just tell us what you would like to explore and we will gladly submit a tailor-made offer.

Charter

Active Cruises Did you know that I.D. Riva Tours actually was the first tour operator ever, who started offering bike & boat arrangements in Croatia, also known as “Island Hopping by Bicycle”? By now, we combine our cruises with guided bicycle tours to beautiful islands on seven different itineraries. Island Hopping is also possible if you decide to charter an entire vessel for your group. In this case, you may choose one of the routes from this catalogue, or you can feel free to create your own programme. “Island Hopping by Bicycle” is of course not the only way to enjoy an active charter cruise. If you want to discover the islands on foot, our experienced guides will lead you along the best tracks and show you some magical places. If you fancy even more action, kayak safaris and rafting tours are definitely the right activity for you. The rivers Zrmanja near Zadar and Cetina near Omiš are very popular kayaking and rafting locations.

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Krka Waterfalls National Park


à la carte “Good food is a blessing for body and soul!” – This old saying definitely applies to our cruises. The served meals are made out of fresh and high quality ingredients. The menus traditionally include soup or appetizers, meat dishes or fish, fresh vegetables, salad and dessert. For any special requests, simply inform the captain in time and your culinary desires will be fulfilled. If you feel like eating freshly caught shrimps or if you fancy to grill a lamb over an open fire in a secluded bay – be assured that your captain will make it possible. These extra meals are subject to be paid directly on board. The shore excursions in the evenings always offer great opportunities to discover culinary treasures. Enjoy the taste of grilled fish in typical local taverns, called “Konobas”, or “slow food” in the ambiance of exclusive restaurants.

Seminars & Workshops Our boats are also an ideal setting for seminars, workshops and team building events. Since 2005, the ITHAS (International Tourism and Hospitality Academy at Sea) takes place almost every year on five or six boats. This event is organized by the University of Zagreb, in cooperation with the universities of Munich (Germany), Jyvaskylä (Finland), Barcelona (Spain), Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Brock (Ontario, Canada). Every year, more than 100 students and 10 academics join the Academy to learn about tourism in real life situation.

Clubs & Family Reunions The Adriatic Sea is actually a peaceful ocean. If, by any chance, some strange looking pirates should be crossing your route, you can be sure that they do not have bad intentions. In this case, you will be facing a cheerful group, who has chartered a vessel for a few days to have some fun.

A few years ago, a brass orchestra chartered one of our boats and gave a concert in every port of call they visited. Imagine the surprised looks of the accidental audience ashore, when suddenly trumpets, horns and trombones were being played on deck. Many guests celebrated their birthday or anniversary, cruising together with family and friends. The event we were most excited about, finally took place in July 2013. A couple from Austria got married on the MS Dalmatino. After the wedding ceremony and a royal outdoor dinner at a beautiful park in Zadar, the newly-weds and 20 invited guests set off for a one-week cruise through the northern part of Dalmatia.

By the Way : If you do not have a full week’s time, but still would like to charter a boat, feel free to contact us. We will gladly submit an offer for shorter charter trips.

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Charter

Our ships are ideal for clubs and groups, who are planning their next holiday. Soccer or bowling clubs, sports clubs, large families or simply a group of good friends – with our boats for 13 to 40 people, you will surely find the right vessel to suit your needs and wishes.


Departure Dates and Prices for Charter 2022 April

May

June

Departure 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 2 SATURDAYS B

B

A

A

A

B

B

C

C

D

D

D

D

July 9 16 23 30 E E E E

6 E

August 13 20 27 E E E

September 3 10 17 24 E E D C

October 1 8 15 B A A

Category

max. passengers

Charter

Prices in €

No. of cabins

Charter Prices 2022

6 11 11 15 16 10 16 18 18 19 19

13 22 24 34 37 22 33 38 38 40 40

A 2,999 5,599 5,999 7,999 8,499 6,999 10,999 12,999 13,249 14,499 14,499

B 4,499 7,599 7,999 11,499 11,999 8,999 14,999 16,999 17,499 18,999 18,999

C 5,799 9,999 10,299 14,999 15,999 11,999 19,499 21,999 22,999 24,499 24,499

D 5,999 10,499 10,699 15,499 16,499 12,499 19,999 22,499 23,499 24,999 24,999

E 6,499 10,999 11,399 15,999 16,999 12,999 20,499 22,999 23,999 25,999 25,999

13 16 15 8 17 18

26 35 36 18 35 38

5,999 7,999 7,999 6,799 12,999 13,999

8,299 11,499 11,499 8,999 16,999 18,499

10,999 14,999 14,999 11,499 21,999 23,499

11,499 15,499 15,499 11,999 22,499 23,999

11,999 15,999 15,999 12,499 22,999 24,999

20 23 25 13 27 28

Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir

7 10 10 11 11 15 17 13 19 18 19 19 19 19

14 20 20 24 26 32 37 28 40 40 40 40 40 40

2,999 3,999 3,999 5,999 5,999 6,999 7,999 8,699 12,999 12,999 14,499 14,999 14,999 14,999

4,499 5,999 5,999 7,999 7,999 9,999 11,499 12,999 17,499 17,499 18,999 19,499 19,499 19,499

5,799 7,499 7,499 10,299 10,499 12,999 14,999 15,999 22,499 22,499 24,499 24,999 24,999 24,999

5,999 7,999 7,999 10,699 10,999 13,499 15,499 16,499 22,999 22,999 25,999 26,499 26,499 26,499

6,499 8,499 8,499 11,399 11,599 13,999 15,999 16,999 23,999 23,999 26,999 27,499 27,499 27,499

11 15 15 18 18 22 25 20 28 28 28 28 28 28

Dubrovnik

19

39

16,999

21,499

27,499

28,999

29,999

29

Port of embarkation

Season ➔ Zelenbor Poseidon Planka Kapetan Kuka Sveti Vid Albatros Maček Aria Vita Alpha Suzana

Comfort Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Premium Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe

Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka

Dalmatino Kruna Mora Kažimir Sagena Carpe Diem Voyage

Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Deluxe

Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar

Pravedan Ribič Orkan Jerkić Mirabela Aneta Otac Ivan Vilma Amore Azimut Mystic Relax Bellezza Azzuro

Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Premium Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe

Solaris

Charter per week and ship incl, crew and fuel daily sailing time max. 5 hours

Minimum number of persons, set for the calculation of surcharges 10 18 18 23 24 17 25 28 28 28 28

Charter of ships are not package tours in the sense of Directive (EU) 2015/2302 or § 651a BGB (Package Travel Act). Part B of the Terms and Conditions (Contractual Conditions for Individual Travel Services) on page 137 applies.

Surcharges in € per person Ship category ➔

Comfort, Comfort Plus Premium, Deluxe MY Solaris (Dubrovnik) Children Children Children Adults Adults Adults up to 14 years up to 14 years up to 14 years Half board (obligatory) per day 26 13 30 15 30 15 Full board per day 38 19 44 22 44 22 Children Children Children Adults Adults Adults up to 12 years up to 12 years up to 12 years Sojourn tax and groundage per week 28 14 28 14 35 17 For the minimum number of persons, children are counted as adults. The number of children per charter is unlimited, respecting the maximum number of passengers.

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Departure Dates and Prices for Charter 2023

Charter 2023 with 10% early booking discount and price guarantee ! For the 2023 season, our ships can already be booked as charters with immediate effect, with an early booking discount of 10 % on the basic charter price for binding bookings and deposits made by 31st March 2022. Secure these attractive charter prices now, valid for bookings made by 31st March 2022.

Departure SATURDAYS

1 B

April May June 8 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 B A A A A B B C D D D D E

July August September October 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 E E E E E E E E E E D C B A A A

Port of embarkation

Comfort Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Premium Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Deluxe Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Premium Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe

Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Dubrovnik

6 11 11 15 16 10 16 18 18 19 19 13 16 15 8 17 18 7 10 10 11 11 15 17 13 19 18 19 19 19 19 19

13 22 24 34 37 22 33 38 38 40 40 26 35 36 18 35 38 14 20 20 24 26 32 37 28 40 40 40 40 40 40 39

Charter per week and ship incl, crew and fuel daily sailing time max. 5 hours A 2,999 5,599 5,999 7,999 8,499 6,999 10,999 13,499 13,999 15,499 15,499 5,999 7,999 7,999 6,799 13,499 14,499 2,999 3,999 3,999 5,999 5,999 6,999 7,999 8,699 13,499 13,499 14,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 17,499

B 4,699 7,599 7,999 11,499 11,999 8,999 14,999 17,799 18,499 19,999 19,999 8,299 11,499 11,999 8,999 17,799 18,999 4,499 6,299 6,299 7,999 7,999 9,999 11,499 12,999 17,999 17,999 19,499 20,499 20,499 20,499 22,499

C 5,999 9,999 10,499 15,499 16,799 12,499 19,499 22,999 23,999 25,499 25,499 10,999 14,999 15,999 11,499 22,999 24,499 5,999 7,799 7,799 10,499 10,499 12,999 15,499 16,499 23,499 23,499 25,499 25,999 25,999 25,999 28,499

D 6,299 10,499 10,999 15,999 16,999 12,999 19,999 23,499 24,499 25,999 25,999 11,499 15,499 16,499 11,999 23,499 24,999 6,299 8,499 8,499 10,999 10,999 13,499 15,999 16,999 23,999 23,999 26,999 27,499 27,499 27,499 29,999

E 6,799 10,999 11,499 16,499 17,999 13,499 20,499 23,999 24,999 26,999 26,999 11,999 15,999 16,999 12,499 23,999 25,999 6,799 8,999 8,999 11,599 11,599 13,999 16,499 17,499 24,999 24,999 27,999 28,499 28,499 28,499 30,999

Minimum number of persons, set for the calculation of surcharges 10 18 18 23 24 17 25 28 28 28 28 20 23 25 13 27 28 11 15 15 18 18 22 25 20 28 28 28 28 28 28 29

Charter of ships are not package tours in the sense of Directive (EU) 2015/2302 or § 651a BGB (Package Travel Act). Part B of the Terms and Conditions (Contractual Conditions for Individual Travel Services) on page 137 applies.

Surcharges in € per person Ship category ➔

Comfort, Comfort Plus

Premium, Deluxe

MY Solaris (Dubrovnik)

Children Children Children Adults Adults up to 14 years up to 14 years up to 14 years Half board (obligatory) per day 26 13 30 15 30 15 Full board per day 42 21 49 24 49 24 Children Children Children Adults Adults Adults up to 12 years up to 12 years up to 12 years Sojourn tax and groundage per week 28 14 28 14 35 17 For the minimum number of persons, children are counted as adults. The number of children per charter is unlimited, respecting the maximum number of passengers. Adults

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Charter

Season ➔ Zelenbor Poseidon Planka Kapetan Kuka Sveti Vid Albatros Maček Aria Vita Alpha Suzana Dalmatino Kruna Mora Kažimir Sagena Carpe Diem Voyage Pravedan Ribič Orkan Jerkić Mirabela Aneta Otac Ivan Vilma Amore Azimut Mystic Relax Bellezza Azzuro Solaris

Category

max. passengers

Prices in €

No. of cabins

Charter Prices 2023


Important Information about Charter

Meals When chartering a boat, half board service is obligatory for all passengers. If you opt for full board, this will be binding for all tour participants; the combination of half and full board within a charter group is not possible. However, it is possible for the entire charter group to book half board on specific days and full board for the remaining days (e.g. 3 days half board and 4 days full board). Please inform us at least four weeks prior to your travel date about your preferences. The selected catering is to be paid equal to the respective minimum number of charter participants, set for the surcharge calculation (please see charter prices in the price list). Charter groups can choose between half or full board, regardless of whether the ship on regular cruises offers half or full board. Additional meals or special requests, which may add extra costs, are payable on board.

Participants List The list of participants must be delivered at least six weeks prior to the travel date.

Charter

Route Planning The routes within Croatian territorial waters can be discussed individually; the average daily sailing time is about five hours (= 35 hours per week), but not more than seven hours per day. When exceeding the average daily sailing time, a fuel surcharge applies, payable to the captain. You should therefore inform us in time, if possible already at the moment of booking, about your route requests and wishes, so we can estimate the daily sailing time and calculate a possible fuel surcharge. Examples of fuel surcharges: Routes T1, TV € 20 Routes T3, TD € 60 Route T4 € 100 The fuel surcharge is to be paid per person, according to the minimum number of charter participants.

National & Nature Parks Entrance fees to national and nature parks are not included in the charter price and need to be paid on-site. For example, per person (as per May 2019, subject to change): Kornati Islands National Park approx. € 10 Telašćica Nature Park approx. € 10 Island of Mljet National Park (depending on season) approx. € 10–20 Krka Waterfalls National Park (depending on season) approx. € 15–27 Island of Lastovo Nature Park approx. € 4

Excursions We will gladly organize additional excursions to enhance your cruise experience. For example, the Kayak Safari on the Zrmanja river (see description of route RC for details), rafting on the Cetina river (see descriptions of routes TV and TC for details), or a full-day bus tour across Montenegro (see description of route T4 for details) and through the Neretva river delta to Mostar (see route T5). Price examples for excursions: Zrmanja Kayak Safari € 59 Cetina River Rafting € 59 Neretva River Delta & Mostar € 69 Montenegro Tour ex Kotor € 60 Montenegro Tour ex Dubrovnik € 85

Island Hopping by Bicycle Generally, you may charter a boat also for “Island Hopping by Bicycle”. However, this service must be requested at the time of booking, since not all vessels are suitable for this type of cruise. Additional costs per week: ■ Compulsory handling surcharge (bike transport, special route): € 25 per person; at least equal to the respective minimum number of charter participants,

set for the surcharge calculation (please see charter price tables). ■ Riva Bike Guide: 1st guide: € 770 per week, 2nd guide: € 550 per week; prices include meals for the guides. We recommend two guides per group. Please note that one cabin on board will be reserved for the bike guides (the charter price will not be reduced). ■ Bicycle rental (helmet on request) including bicycle insurance and delivery to the port (available only in connection with the Riva Bike Guide): € 79 per bicycle. ■ e-bike (electrical bicycle; helmet on request) including bicycle insurance and delivery to the port (available only in connection with the Riva Bike Guide): € 199 per e-bike.

Hiking Cruises Of course you may also charter a boat for Hiking Cruises. Additional costs per week: ■ Riva Hiking Guide: 1st guide: € 770 per week, 2nd guide: € 550 per week; prices include meals for the guides. Please note that one cabin on board will be reserved for the hiking guides (the charter price will not be reduced).

Port of Embarkation / Disembarkation Generally, embarkation and disembarkation take place at the same port. However, there is the possibility to choose different ports for embarkation and disembarkation (for example, Rijeka and Zadar), if you charter the boat for two or more groups in a row. For example, two times seven days, or two short cruises of three and four days.

Short Cruises If you do not have a full week’s time, but still would like to charter a boat, feel free to contact us. We will gladly submit an offer for shorter charter trips.

Charter 2023 with 10% early booking discount and price guarantee ! ✔ For the 2023 season, our ships can already be booked as charters with immediate effect, with an early booking discount of 10 % on the basic charter price for binding bookings and deposits made by 31st March 2022. Secure these attractive charter prices now, valid for bookings made by 31st March 2022.

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Charter & More

What else can we do for you ? ✔ Flights from most European airports ✔ Transfers between airport and port, between airport or port and accommodation

✔ Intermediate overnight stays in hotels & apartments ✔ Extension stays in hotels, holiday resorts, holiday homes, mobile homes, vacation rentals

✔ Excursions on land ✔ Rafting in the Cetina Canyon ✔ Kayak safaris on the Zrmanja River ✔ Wine tastings in famous wine cellars ✔ Olive oil tasting in oil mills ✔ Guided city tours ✔ Bicycles, as well as cycling and hiking guides

For further ideas and enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us !

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Charter

✔ Gastronomic experiences on board and ashore


Calculation Example for Vessel Charter

There is almost no limit to your flexibility when it comes to boat charter! MS Mi ra bela 2022

When chartering a vessel, you may arrange your personal itinerary according to your interests and desires. Just let your captain know which places you would like to visit. If desired, you may choose to spend the nights in secluded coves instead of anchoring in ports or harbours. In this case, we recommend that you book full board instead of half board, as there will be no possibility to go out for dinner when mooring in a cove. The adjacent example shows how the charter price calculation is done if you book a combination of half board and full board.

Basic cha rter pri ce 4th Jun e (season C = yel low) 16 adu lts 4 days ful l boa rd (16 x 4 x € 38) 3 chi ldr en up to 14 yea rs 4 days ful l boa rd (3 x 4 x € 19) 16 adu lts 3 days hal f boa rd (16 x 3 x € 26)

Charter party Smith would like to book the vessel MS Mirabela for a one-week charter cruise starting June 4, 2022. The group consists of 19 people (16 adults and 3 children under age 14). They would like to have full board on four days and half board on three days of their cruise. Departure Dates and Prices for Charter Departure SATURDAYS

April 9 16 23 30 B B A A

2022

May 7 14 21 28 A B B C

June 4 11 18 25 C D D D

2 D

July 9 16 23 30 E E E E

Season ➔ Zelenbor Poseidon Planka Kapetan Kuka Sveti Vid Albatros Maček Aria Vita Alpha Suzana Dalmatino Kruna Mora Kažimir Sagena Carpe Diem

Category

Comfort Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Premium Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Premium Premium Deluxe

Charter

Voyage Pravedan Ribič Orkan Jerkić Mirabela Aneta Otac Ivan

Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus Comfort Plus

Vilma Amore Azimut Mystic Relax Bellezza Azzuro

Premium Premium Premium Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe

Solaris

Deluxe

Port of embarkation Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Rijeka Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Zadar Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Trogir Dubrovnik

max. passengers

Prices in €

No. of cabins

Charter Prices 2022

6 11 11 15 16 10 16 18 18 19 19

13 22 24 34 37 22 33 38 38 40 40

13 16 15 8 17 18

incl, crew and fuel daily sailing time max. 5 hours

26 35 36 18 35 38

5,999 7,999 7,999 6,799 12,999 13,999

7 10 10 11 11 15 17 13 19 18 19 19 19 19

14 20 20 24 26 32 37 28 40 40 40 40 40 40

2,999 3,999 3,999 5,999 5,999 6,999 7,999 8,699 12,999 12,999 14,499 14,999 14,999 14,999

19

39

16,999

Surcharges in € per person

4,499 7,599 7,999 11,499 11,999 8,999 14,999 16,999 17,499 18,999 18,999 8,299 11,499 11,499 8,999 16,999 18,499

E

D

C

B

A

2015/2302 or § 651a BGB (Package Travel package tours in the sense of Directive (EU)

Charter of ships are not Services) on page 137 applies.

Minimum number of persons, set for the calculation of surcharges

Charter per week and ship

2,999 5,599 5,999 7,999 8,499 6,999 10,999 12,999 13,249 14,499 14,499

5,799 9,999 10,299 14,999 15,999 11,999 19,499 21,999 22,999 24,499 24,499 10,999 14,999 14,999 11,499 21,999 23,499

October 1 8 15 B A A

September 3 10 17 24 E E D C

August 6 13 20 27 E E E E

5,999 10,499 10,699 15,499 16,499 12,499 19,999 22,499 23,499 24,999 24,999 11,499 15,499 15,499 11,999 22,499 23,999

3 chi ldr en up to 14 yea rs 3 days hal f boa rd (3 x 3 x € 13)

6,499 10,999 11,399 15,999 16,999 12,999 20,499 22,999 23,999 25,999 25,999 11,999 15,999 15,999 12,499 22,999 24,999

10 18 18 23 24 17 25 28 28 28 28 20 23 25 13 27 28

4,499 5,999 5,999 7,999 7,999 9,999 11,499 12,999 17,499 17,499 18,999 19,499 19,499 19,499

5,799 7,499 7,499 10,299 10,499 12,999 14,999 15,999 22,499 22,499 24,499 24,999 24,999 24,999

5,999 7,999 7,999 10,699 10,999 13,499 15,499 16,499 22,999 22,999 25,999 26,499 26,499 26,499

6,499 8,499 8,499 11,399 11,599 13,999 15,999 16,999 23,999 23,999 26,999 27,499 27,499 27,499

11 15 15 18 18 22 25 20 28 28 28 28 28 28

21,499

27,499

28,999

29,999

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l Conditions for Individual Travel

Act). Part B of the Terms and Conditions (Contractua

MY Solaris (Dubrovnik) Premium, Deluxe Comfort, Comfort Plus Children Children Adults Children up to 14 years Adults years 14 to up Adults up to 14 years 15 30 15 30 13 26 22 44 Half board (obligatory) per day 22 44 19 38 Children Full board per day Children Adults Children 12 years to up Adults years 12 up to Adults up to 12 years 17 35 14 28 14 28 week rs. per ge passenge of grounda and number Sojourn tax per charter is unlimited, respecting the maximum are counted as adults. The number of children For the minimum number of persons, children

Ship category ➔

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Total cha rter pri ce

€ 10,4 99

€ 2,432

€ 228

€ 1,24 8

€ 117 € 14,524


Shared shower/toilet

Single cabins

Twin/double cabins

Triple cabins

Quadruple cabins

Shower/toilet

Air conditioning

60

10

5

3

2

MS Pravedan

91

Trogir

14 21.00 5.00 wood 1900 2005

7

50

7

5

2

MS Ribič

90

Trogir

20 25.00 6.00 wood 1950 2004

9

70

10

4

2

4

MS Zelenbor

41

Rijeka

13 23.00 5.00 wood 1938 2003

8

70

5

1

6

Cabins on lower deck Cabins on main deck Cabins on upper deck

Bathing platform

7

Reconstruction

20 20.00 6.00 wood 1928 2006

Year of construction

Trogir

Hull

89

Width (m)

MS Orkan

Page in brochure

Sun deck (m2)

Cabins – kind, location and equipment

Velocity (knots)

Lenght over all (m)

No. of passengers

Port of embarkation

Technical Specifications of our Vessels

COMFORT Explanation see pages 14/15

COMFORT PLUS Explanation see pages 14/15 MS Aneta

88

Trogir

32 32.00 6.50 wood 1958 2009

10

150

13

2

2

13

MS Dalmatino

65

Zadar

26 26.00 6.25 wood 1957 1990

8

90

13

8

5

MS Jerkić

87

Trogir

24 25.00 6.30 wood 1988 2016

8

70

9

2

7

4

MS Kapetan Kuka 37

Rijeka

34 36.00 8.00 steel 1989 2016

10

150

9

4

1

10

2

2

MS Kažimir

63

Zadar

36 39.00 7.00 wood 1946 2000

11

150

9

6

8

7

MS Kruna Mora

64

Zadar

35 43.75 7.30 wood 1964 2007

12

250

1

12

2

1

8

2

6

MS Mirabela

86

Trogir

26 25.50 6.00 wood 1950 2005

8,5

100

7

4

6

5

MS Otac Ivan

85

Trogir

37 33.00 7.00 wood 1953 2020

10

120

14

3

4

7

6

MS Planka

40

Rijeka

24 27.30 6.20 wood 1957 2005

9

100

7

4

4

3

4

MS Poseidon

38

Rijeka

22 28.50 6.20 wood 1973 2005

9

120

11

10

1

MS Sveti Vid

39

Rijeka

37 35.50 7.30 wood 1955 2017

9

150

11

5

6

10

PREMIUM Explanation see pages 14/15 MS Albatros

36

Rijeka

22 29.00 6.75 wood 1935 2018

10

120

8

2

8

2

MS Amore

82

Trogir

40 40.00 8.00 steel 2011

10

250

17

2

8

5

6

MS Aria

34

Rijeka

38 43.50 8.50 steel 2016

12

290

16

2

8

6

4

MS Azimut

83

Trogir

40 33.00 7.70 steel 2006 2022

10

140

14

4

8

4

6

MS Carpe Diem

61

Zadar

35 40.00 8.30 steel 2016

11,5

250

16

1

8

9

MS Maček

35

Rijeka

33 35.00 8.00 steel 2004

11

200

1

13

2

8

4

4

MS Sagena

62

Zadar

18 31.00 6.50 wood 1991 2007

11

100

6

2

4

2

2

MY Vilma

84

Trogir

28 30.00 7.35 steel 2012

10

200

11

2

4

5

4

DELUXE Explanation see pages 14/15 32

Rijeka

40 48.50 8.50 steel 2020

11

500

17

2

8

11

MY Azzurro

78

Trogir

40 46.00 8.50 steel 2019

10

220

17

2

8

11

MY Bellezza

79

Trogir

40 50.00 8.50 steel 2019

10

160

17

2

8

11

MY Mystic

81

Trogir

40 42.00 8.00 steel 2015

10

220

17

2

8

11

MY Relax

80

Trogir

40 46.00 8.50 steel 2018

10

220

17

2

8

11

MY Solaris

115 Dubrovnik 39 44.00 8.15 steel 2018

10

250

18

1

8

11

MY Suzana

31

Rijeka

40 48.00 8.40 steel 2020

11

250

17

2

6

11

2

MY Vita

33

Rijeka

38 37.00 7.70 steel 2014

11

200

16

2

8

10

MY Voyage

60

Zadar

37 44.00 8.50 steel 2020

11

250

1

15

2

8

10

Information

MY Alpha

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Important Remarks & Information for “Island Hopping by Bicycle”

Two of our bike guides with our trekking bicycles

Difficulty Level of our Tours The Croatian Adriatic coast and the islands are not like the lowland, but mostly hilly, and partly mountainous with steep climbs; therefore, to participate in our tours, a good physical condition is essential. The routes are suitable only for participants who cycle or do other sports regularly. You should furthermore bear in mind that the temperatures in Croatia could often be much higher than in your home country and may reach 30°C and more, even in June or September.

Information

We have created route profiles for each tour, in order to give you an overview of the difficulty of the routes and stages. The creation of the profiles was carried out with utmost care; anyhow, small differences due to measurement tolerances of heights and distances are possible. The tour descriptions and line profiles in this catalogue are therefore purely informative. The actual distance travelled may depend on various factors – therefore, in consultation with the participants, legs can be reduced or extended, or, in case of bad weather or high temperatures, replaced by longer swimming breaks. Our bike guides have evaluated the degree of difficulty of each tour from 1 to 5, which is pictured in the route profiles with the corresponding number of bike icons. Not only were the length of the tours, but also the number of ascents and descents, and the type of the trail taken into account. For the evaluation average physical condition was supposed – it could of course happen that some participants are already overwhelmed by an easy tour, while others still feel underchallenged even at a difficulty level of 5.

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Depending on the physical condition of the participants, the bike guides may suggest routes with lower or higher levels of difficulty. Trips to small island locations – to visit a landmark or a lodge for an additional break – are often not taken into account in the descriptions and leg profiles. Since the roads on the islands mostly run above the villages, additional ascents and descents are possible. It may also occur that some vantage points or sites cannot be reached by bicycle, but are accessible only on foot – in such cases, we may opt for a short walk.

Rental Bicycles Our bikes are sturdy Trekking Bikes with aluminium frame, Shimano gears, lightweight luggage racks and bottle holders. All bicycles are new or have been used not more than two seasons. They are checked and serviced weekly (after each trip), and completely overhauled during the winter. The bicycles are replaced every second or third year by completely new ones.

E-Bikes In recent years, e-bikes (electric bicycles) have increasingly come into vogue. Of course, we do support this new trend, and therefore we are offering you the opportunity to rent e-bikes on our active cruises (limited number). This will give elderly and not experienced guests the opportunity to participate in more challenging tours, because the e-bikes will ease the trip, especially on uphill tracks.

Bicycle Helmet For your own safety, we strongly recommend that you wear a bicycle helmet. With booking one of our active cruises – “Island Hopping by Bicycle” or “Active & Cappuccino”, a rental bike is included in the tour price and we will gladly provide you with a helmet as well. Please advise us with booking, should you require a helmet. Of course, you may also bring your own.

Liability/Insurance

The rental bicycles are supposed to be used during the advertised and guided tours only. For insurance All our rental bicycles are insured against accidental reasons it is not possible to use it for tours on your own. damage. The insurance cost is included in the price.

Children’s Bicycles

Participation in the cycling tours is at your own risk and responsibility – I.D. Riva Tours is not liable for cycling accidents or for damage to bicycles not provided by I.D. Riva Tours.

On our “Active & Cappuccino” cruises from Rijeka (RC), Zadar (ZC) and Trogir (TC), a limited number of children’s bicycles is available as well. Please indicate with your booking if you need children’s bicycles, so that we We recommend that you take out a travel insurance. can plan ahead. For children from approx. 10 years of age, our ladies’ bicycles with a frame size of 45 cm, are suitable as well. On our regular bike & boat cruises, children’s bicycles are available at a very limited number, and can be booked only on request.


Important Remarks & Information for “Island Hopping by Bicycle” Our Bicycles Not only our vessels are serviced and securitychecked every year. We pay highest attention to our fleet of bicycles as well. Our bicycles are not only serviced permanently, but also exchanged approximately every third or fourth year. We have purchased 260 new trekking bicycles in the last three years – not off the peg, but individually assembled for us from the best components, based on the experience of recent years. In the following, we will give you a few technical specifications: ■ Frame: aluminium ■ Frame size ladies: 45, 50 cm ■ Frame size men: 50, 55, 60 cm

Our trekking bicycles

■ Brakes: Shimano BR-M315, hydraulic disc brake ■ Derailleur rear axle: Shimano Deore RD-M591 ■ Derailleur front axle: Shimano Alivio FD-T4000 ■ Seat tube: Scott HL SP 238 ■ Saddle: Selle Royal Rio ■ Tires: Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tour Unplattbar®

CUBE Cross Hybrid Pro 500

Our E-Bikes In the years 2018 and 2019, we purchased 100 brandnew e-bikes (electric bicycles), type »CUBE Cross Hybrid Pro 500«. The motors “Bosch Performance Line CX” with 250 Watt power and support up to 25 km/h are just right for tours across the Croatian islands. Even steeper gradients can now be mastered without effort, which offers a new experience of cycling. We have also consciously equipped our e-bikes with “Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tour Unplattbar®” tires, which guarantee almost puncture-free riding even on difficult terrain. ■ Frame: Aluminium Superlite ■ Frame size: Men 50, 54, 58 cm; Trapez 46, 50, 54 cm ■ Motor: Bosch Performance Line CX, 250 W, 75 Nm ■ Fork: SR Suntour NEX-E25, 63 mm ■ Handlebar: CUBE Rise Trail Bar, 680 mm

Information

■ Derailleur: Shimano Deore RD-M6000, 10-speed ■ Breaks: Shimano BR-M315, Hydraulic Disc Brake ■ Rims: CUBE ZX20, 32H, Disc ■ Saddle: CUBE Active 1.1 ■ Tires: Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tour Unplattbar®

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Important Remarks & Information General Information on our Cruises Our Vessels There are three different types of boats. You may choose between classic style wooden boats, modern boats with a steel hull, and comfortable motor yachts. The boats differ in size, equipment and comfort – please pay attention to the respective descriptions and the table “Technical Specifications”. All information and indications refer to the date of printing – changes in appearance and structure may be possible, due to offseason overhauling. Occasionally, during wintertime, it may happen that a Captain decides to sell his boat or to buy a new one. It is therefore possible that a ship will be steered by another Captain with another crew. In addition, some crew members may change the boat they work on. Some wooden vessels in our fleet are already more than 100 years old – which actually means that only the name and the hull shape are for real that old. During renovation and overhaul, over the years, all ribs and planks, nails and screws were replaced. One thing, however, all vessels have in common: They are not to be confused with the large cruise ships – you will live on board in convivial company, without any major formalities and without having to care about dress codes.

Cabins The cabin size may differ from ship to ship, and then again from cabin to cabin. The cabins in small and simple ships are, on average, about 4-6 m2, in superior and larger ships about 7-10 m2, and in deluxe ships about 12 m2.

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The cabins in our smaller ships offer enough space to sleep in and stow a duffel bag or a travel sack. They are usually functional, and have, in addition to beds, a small wardrobe and/or an open shelf. The cabins of our superior ships offer more storage space, 220-volt outlets and reading lamps.

booking of a cabin on deck, the cabin could be located either on the main or on the upper deck of the vessel. Preferences regarding a certain deck or a specific cabin number are not subject to prior confirmation. The distribution of cabins is generally based on the order in which bookings are received, taking into account the type of cabin booked. At your arrival, beds with clean and crisp sheets will be waiting for you. For your convenience, towels are provided on all our vessels (two towels per passenger per week). You are kindly requested to bring your own beach towels. Since the crew will not enter the cabins during the cruise (except on deluxe vessels), the guests are responsible to keep them in order. Also showers and toilets will not be cleaned by the crew during the tour. Shared bathroom facilities are cleaned daily during the entire journey. On our Deluxe category ships the cabins are cleaned daily and towels are changed if necessary. Cabin cleaning takes place between 8:00 am and 1:30 pm. If you do not wish to have your cabin cleaned, simply inform the crew the evening before. The number of cabins indicated in the descriptions, refers to passenger cabins only. The crew members have their own cabins on board, which are not listed in the descriptions.

Routes As individual as the single ships, so are the routes. They correspond largely to the descriptions in the catalogue, but may vary. Many captains will be pleased to show you their favourite bays, and in certain ports, if several ships moor there for the night, there might be restricted space.

Places mentioned in the route descriptions are not necessarily places to stay overnight. It may happen, for example, that in the afternoon you have the opportunity to visit the relevant site and then continue to On some vessels, you will find cabins where the beds stay in another bay; or that you will stay in a bay overare arranged one above the other (bunk beds; mostly night and visit the place mentioned in the tour descripwithout a ladder), while our superior ships feature tion only next morning. If for the night, both “bay” and queen-size beds or two single beds. Triple cabins “port” are possible options, it basically depends on the usually have a queen-size bed, with a third bed above or aside. To learn more about type and arrangement of captain and on the desire of the majority of the guests, where to go. This applies in particular to the routes R7, the beds, please read the ship descriptions carefully. R8, RP, Z7, T7, and T8. It is also possible that routes are Almost all vessels feature cabins with ensuite facilities – done in reverse order; on route R1, for example, half shower, toilet and a sink (besides of the standard class of the boats will start towards Cres instead of Krk, and ships). These are partly wet cells, separated by a door then continue the journey accordingly. from the cabin space; in general there is no shower curtain or shower stall, especially in the classic wooden We have designed our routes in a way to guarantee that each day‘s destination is within easy reach under vessels. The shower water flows into a floor drain. normal weather conditions – it is up to the captain, to However, most of our modern steel-hull vessels are change the route according to weather conditions, or equipped with shower stalls or shower curtains. to extend or reduce port stopovers. Have a look at the table “Technical Specifications” to Regarding our sailing trips routes R8 and T8, the itinget a general overview of vessel length and width, erary depends on wind and weather conditions. Due to and of the number of cabins. Cabins below deck have using the sails instead of the engine, it may occur that a ventilation shaft and/or a porthole. Many ships have sailing time takes longer. Therefore, it may happen that cabins both, below and on deck; in the ship‘s description there is also a distinction between main and upper swimming breaks and stays at the ports of call might be shorter than on our other cruises. Please note that deck. When making your reservation, you may access to the sun decks is restricted while the sails are choose between cabins on deck or cabins below deck (subject to availability). Please note that with set.

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The route schedule of each ship can be found in the route plans, next to the price tables, and beneath each route- and boat description. This plan shows the situation at the date of printing and may change depending on bookings and occupancy – anyhow, when you book, we will inform you which ship is planned to sail the chosen route, or which route your ship will take.

Charter When chartering a boat, it is compulsory for all passengers to book half board service. If you opt for full board, this will be binding for all tour participants; the combination of half and full board within a charter group is not possible. However, it is possible for the entire charter group to book half board on specific days and full board for the remaining days (e.g. 3 days half board and 4 days full board). Please inform us at least four weeks prior to your travel date. The selected catering is to be paid equal to the respective minimum number of charter participants, set for the surcharge calculation (see table with charter prices). The list of participants must be delivered at least six weeks prior to the travel date. The routes within Croatian territorial waters can be discussed individually; the average daily sailing time is about five hours (= 35 hours per week), but not more than seven hours per day. When exceeding the average daily sailing time, a fuel surcharge applies, payable to the captain. You should therefore inform us in time, if possible already at the moment of booking, about your route requests and wishes, so we can estimate the daily sailing time and calculate a possibly applicable fuel surcharge. Example: While the Routes R1 or Z2 are within the scope of the charter price, for the Routes T1 or T3 a fuel surcharge of € 20 or € 60 per person applies (the fuel surcharge is subject to be paid per person, according to the minimum number of charter participants, set for the surcharge calculation). Sports activities, such as bike tours, during a charter trip are possible only on request and on certain ships; additional fees or costs will apply. See also “Important Information about Charter”.

Sailing Normally our ships cruise the routes with engine operation. Even though the conditions for this vary from ship to ship depending on the design, the sails are usually hoisted once a week, weather permitting. Of course, this only applies to ships that are motorised sailing ships by design. Our routes R8 and T8 are supposed to be done by using the sails only. Of course, the right wind and weather conditions have to be given. This routes are operated by traditional motorized sailing boats.

The Food The Food corresponds to Mediterranean standards. Breakfast is simple, including coffee and tea, bread, butter and jam. Partly, you will get cold cuts, cheese, eggs or yoghurt as well. The main meals (lunch and/ or dinner) usually consist of soup or starters, meat or


Important Remarks & Information

Vegetarian food is available on request on all ships – please inform us at the time of booking if you require vegetarian food. Vegetarian food does not mean that special menus are prepared; rather more side dishes (vegetables) will be served instead of meat. The preparation of special diet food is possible by exception only. Please advise us prior to making your booking if you require special diet food. If you charter a boat, you can choose between half board and full board. Catering on the advertised routes is mainly half board – half board (HB) basically comprises breakfast and lunch. On our bike & boat cruises it might happen that on certain days, depending on the schedule, dinner will be served instead of lunch. The half board service starts with a snack on the day of arrival, as soon as embarkation is completed. Later on, dinner will be served. Furthermore, a captain’s dinner is held once per voyage. On the other days, dinner can be enjoyed in restaurants ashore. Now and then the captain may offer you to dine on board (e.g., during overnight stays in sheltered bays); this service is subject to be paid separately on board (approx. € 20 to € 25 per meal and person, depending on the order and selection of dishes). Meal service ends with breakfast on disembarkation day. Full board (only available on routes RF, RP, TF, and ZW) consists of breakfast, lunch and dinner; meal service begins with a snack on the day of embarkation and ends with breakfast on the day of disembarkation.

you will have the opportunity to enjoy dinner in one of the restaurants ashore. On our bike & boat routes we have adapted the menu to meet the needs of cyclists. For breakfast, in addition to the usual coffee or tea, bread, butter and jam, also cold cuts, cheese, corn flakes, muesli, fruit, juices and dairy products like yoghurt will be served. On our Hiking Cruise we will serve full board; lunch is served either on board or in lunch boxes during the hike.

Beverages The vessel’s saloon functions as restaurant, lounge and bar at the same time; here you will always get cool drinks – with or without alcohol. Typically, the beverage consumption will be entered in a “checklist” and then settled at the end of the journey. Of course, drinks on board are more expensive than in the supermarket, but remember that you are on a small “floating” guest house. The prices of the drinks, however, are generally lower than in hotels and can be compared to those in cafés and pubs. Prices vary from ship to ship – for example, about € 1.70 for 0.5 litres of mineral water, € 2.70 for soft drinks, € 2.30 for 0.3 litres of draught beer, and from about € 17 for a bottle of wine. It is not permitted to bring own beverages on board.

Clothing and Luggage

Leave your evening gowns and suits at home – casual holiday wear, such as shorts and T-shirts, as well as swimwear, are more appropriate. For cooler evenings (especially during the off-season), we recommend a The half board service also applies to all our bike & boat sweater or a sweatshirt; also a rain jacket can occasionally be useful. Since the storage space in the cabins cruises. It starts with a snack on the day of embarkaof our wooden ships is not very generous, you should tion and ends with breakfast on disembarkation day. Partly, you may enjoy lunch in typical local restaurants avoid suitcases (especially bulky shell suitcases) and or taverns (not included in the tour price), while dinner bring a duffel bag or sports sack instead. Our modern will be served on board. Depending on the itinerary, it steel-hull vessels offer more storage space, so that even might also happen that lunch is served on board, while larger suitcases can be stored under the beds.

Even if the ships are always guarded by at least one crew member, you should leave valuables at home. I.D. Riva Tours disclaims all liability for any lost, stolen or damaged personal property.

Representatives and Guides In the ports, during embarkation and disembarkation, you will be assisted by the Riva Service Team. Our representatives are available as contact persons at the port of embarkation (they will accompany you to the parking lot, answer questions about the location of ships, etc.). On board, a short welcome meeting will take place. The regular itineraries, such as R1, Z2, T1, T3, etc. are not guided routes – this means that you will not have a guide on board. Sightseeing tours or excursions according to the route descriptions are done by local guides. Active cruises like Island Hopping by Bicycle, the Hiking Cruise or Active & Cappuccino are guided routes, i.e., a guide will accompany you during the entire cruise as well as on the tours ashore. Guided city tours of Rab, Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, and Dubrovnik are always done by licenced local guides.

Luggage Storage If you combine your cruise with a hotel stay, you might not want to take your entire luggage on the ship. In Rijeka, you can leave your luggage in the baggage room of the bus station (about 1,700 metres from the mooring of our vessels). In the ports of Zadar and Trogir, our representatives will suggest appropriate solutions. In Dubrovnik there is a luggage room at the bus station, about 750 m from the mooring of our ships. Luggage storage costs vary and are subject to be paid on site.

Pets Pets are not permitted on our cruises.

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fish with side dishes and salad, and dessert or fruit. Although our tours are sea voyages, and you often will be served fish, there is mainly meat on the menu.

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Important Remarks & Information Arrival & Embarkation sure to state the length of your vehicle when making ■ Zadar At the end of the cruise you need to pick up your car from the garage on Saturday morning, and the booking. drive to the port to load your luggage. ■ Zadar In Zadar, a parking garage for passenger cars Embarkation Information ■ Trogir At the end of the cruise our service team will is available – the fee is 395 kunas (approx. € 53) per assist you with your luggage on Saturday morning, week. Please drive first to the mooring of your ship Applicable to regular cabin bookings (not to charter): and take it to the parking lot, which you can reach and unload your luggage. Our Service Team will Embarkation in the ports takes place at the time listed on foot from the port. show you the short way to the garage, where you below: can leave your car and then walk back to the port ■ Dubrovnik At the end of the cruise you need to ■ Rijeka 11:00 am–1:00 pm, pick up your car from the parking lot on Saturday (about ten minutes on foot). entrance to the port possible from 9:00 am –12:00 morning, and drive to the mooring of your ship to For other kinds of vehicles, like caravans or trailers noon load your luggage. there is a parking lot available – fees are subject to prior request. Please make sure to state the length of ■ Zadar 11:30 am–1:00 pm, Arriving by Plane your vehicle when making the booking. entrance to the port possible from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon ■ Trogir In Trogir, a parking lot for passenger cars is

Arriving by Car

■ Trogir 1:00 pm –2:00 pm,

arrival to the parking reception possible from 10:00 am –01:00 pm ■ Dubrovnik 1:00 pm–2:00 pm,

entrance to the port possible from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Guests arriving later, will be informed by our staff where to embark. A possibly required transfer to the first port of call includes extra costs, and is subject to be paid on site. Please note that there are no refunds for any unused services (e.g. welcome snack, guided city tours, bicycle tours) due to late embarkation. Embarkation Information for Vessel Charters If chartering one of our ships, you can decide about the time of embarkation and the start of the cruise by yourself. The time frame is set for embarkation from 11:00 am on the day of arrival in Rijeka, from 11:30 am in Zadar, from 12:00 noon in Trogir and Dubrovnik. Disembarkation needs to be completed by 9:00 am on the day of departure.

Parking at the Port

available – the fee is 350 kunas (approx. € 47) per week. Please drive to our parking reception (as indicated in your travel documents) and unload your luggage. Our Service Team team will take your luggage to the port. You will then reach the port in about ten minutes on foot via the pedestrian bridge. It is not possible to enter the port by car. For other kinds of vehicles, like caravans or trailers there is a parking lot available diagonally opposite to the parking reception – the fee starts from 700 kunas (approx. € 95) per week. Please make sure to state the length of your vehicle when making the booking. ■ Dubrovnik In Dubrovnik, a parking lot for passenger

cars is available – the fee is 700 kunas (approx. € 95) per week. Please drive first to the mooring of your ship and unload your luggage. Our Service Team will show you the short way to the parking, where you can leave your car and then walk back to your boat (about ten minutes on foot). For other kinds of vehicles, like caravans or trailers there is a parking lot available – fees are subject to prior request. Please make sure to state the length of your vehicle when making the booking.

Disembarkation

In all ports of embarkation, we will be happy to arrange secure parking lots for you; please inform us about your needs and wishes already at the time of booking. On arrival, please follow the directions you receive from us with your travel documents and sign up with our representatives in the port.

Disembarkation generally takes place on the last day until 9:00 am. The crew needs time between disembarkation and embarkation, to organize the cabins as neat and tidy, as you found them upon your arrival.

■ Rijeka In Rijeka, a parking garage for passenger cars

■ Rijeka At the end of the cruise you need to pick up

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is available – the fee is 395 kunas (approx. € 53) per week. Please drive first to the mooring of your ship and unload your luggage. Our Service Team will accompany you to the parking garage, and transfer you back to the port. For other kinds of vehicles, like caravans or trailers there is a parking lot available – the fee starts from 790 kunas (approx. € 108) per week. Please make

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your car from the garage on Friday evening, and park it at the port in immediate vicinity of your ship. This gives you the opportunity to stow unneeded luggage in your car the evening before disembarkation, and ensures a smooth disembarkation procedure on Saturday morning. There are no additional parking fees in the port, as these are already included in the weekly price for the garage.

Embarkation Information

The port of embarkation for passengers arriving by plane depends on the flight schedule. When booking flights and transfers through I.D. Riva Tours, the following arrival times at the airport apply to guarantee embarkation at the original port of departure: ■ Rijeka until 11:30 am (Rijeka Airport /Island of Krk) ■ Zadar until 12:00 noon (Zadar Airport) ■ Trogir until 1:00 pm (Split Airport) ■ Dubrovnik 3:00 pm (Dubrovnik Airport)

Passengers arriving later will be transferred to the first port of call for embarkation. Please note that there are no refunds for any unused services (e.g. welcome snack, guided tours, bicycle tours) due to late embarkation. If you book your flight separately, e.g. directly with the airline, you are responsible for your transfer to the port of embarkation or to the first overnight port. Of course, you can book your transfer from the airport to the ship and vice versa as a separate service with I.D. Riva Tours.

Disembarkation Since some return flights are scheduled around noon or in the afternoon, you may still have the opportunity for a relaxing shopping tour or a visit to the beach. We will gladly take care of your luggage meanwhile. From the port of Rijeka, the transfer to the airport on the island of Krk takes place on Saturday morning, immediately upon disembarkation. If your flight departs in the afternoon or evening, you can choose whether you prefer to be transferred directly to the airport or to the town of Malinska. In Malinska, you can enjoy your last vacation day at the beach, while our partner agency is keeping your luggage safe. Without an additional surcharge, you then will be transferred to the airport on time. In certain cases it might occur that the transfer from Rijeka to the airport is done in the evening, and you may spend the day in Rijeka.


Important Remarks & Information Life & Behaviour on Board

Of course there are electricity and water on board, but not in unlimited quantity. All ships have 220-volt generators, which of course are, considering the nighttime peace and quiet, not always in operation. The same applies when anchoring in secluded bays, as it certainly would not be pleasant to take a sunbath on deck, “accompanied” by constant motor or generator noise. We kindly ask you to pay particular attention to the use of high-performance electronic devices, such as hair dryers. With simultaneous operation of a number of hair dryers, the electrical system is quickly overloaded and fuses to interrupt the power supply. The capacity of the water tanks is related to the number of cabins; there will be sufficient water for washing and showers, even when the tanks cannot be refilled for several days. This presupposes, however, that all passengers use the precious liquid with some common sense. The ships usually use a central hot water system for showers.

Air Conditioning Almost all ships have air conditioning in the saloon, the majority of the ships now have also air-conditioned cabins (with individual controls). Detailed information for each ship can be found in the respective ship description and in the table ”Technical Data of our Fleet”. Ships without air conditioning in the cabins are provided with an air conditioner in the aisle below deck. With air conditioning in the aisle, a cooling effect in the cabin is of course only possible if you leave the cabin door open. Generally the air conditioners are activated only when the boat engine or generator is in operation, or when the ship is connected to the mains supply on land. At overnight stays in secluded coves and small fishing villages without power supply, air conditioners are usually turned off, since it is not possible to run the generator without disturbing the night-time peace. In some ports, it may happen that the electricity supply is too weak to provide enough power for multiple ships and their air conditioning at the same time.

WiFi Internet WiFi internet access is available on all our vessels. You may use this service with your own laptop, tablet or smartphone. Please note that due to technical reasons, it will not be possible to surf the internet 24/7. While network coverage according to HSPA and LTE standards is provided in almost all ports and also at sea nearby larger islands or the mainland, in the vicinity of small islands or lonely bays often only a signal according to the EDGE standard or no signal at all can be received. Furthermore, for technical reasons, the WiFi signal may not be received throughout the entire ship, but only in the saloon or on the aft deck behind it. On some ships, WiFi is only available when the engine or generator is running or the ship is connected to the mains supply on land.

„Roam like at home“ The EU “roam like at home” rules, which took effect on June 13th 2017, mean that when you use your mobile phone while travelling outside your EU home country in any other EU country you don’t have to pay any additional roaming charges. When you roam like at home there are no volume restrictions for voice calls and SMS, but there are rules and limits for internet usage at domestic price which are determined by the type of contract you have. Further information you will find on riva.to/roamen.

Environment In the interest of environmental protection – enshrined in the Croatian Constitution – we urge you not to throw any waste or cigarette stubs into the sea or down the toilets. In all ships there are sufficient waste bins provided, in order to ensure an environmentally friendly waste disposal. Please help actively to keep our Adriatic Sea, the “bluest” of all seas, clean.

Movement on Board A cruise on one of our boats is certainly a unique experience. But please note, that those planks have their drawbacks: stairs are narrower and steeper than you may be used to; after a rain shower or with morning dew, the deck can be slippery, thus creating numerous “pitfalls”. Since wood is a living material and easily contracts under warm summer temperatures, in case of rain or bad weather, water could enter your cabin. In any case, in bad weather you should always make sure to close all portholes or windows in your cabin. Portholes and windows should also stay closed during sailing. Since especially in high season many ports might be crowded, often several ships will moor side by side. We therefore ask you to take special care when climbing across other vessels to board or go on land, particularly in relation to the different deck heights of the vessels. This is especially important after the consumption of alcohol, since we are not liable for possible accidents.

many switches and levers at the helm, hoisting the sails or anchoring. We kindly ask you to consider the risk of accidents and to take appropriate precautions, since parental supervision on board is your responsibility.

Passengers with Reduced Mobility Our cruises are not suitable for persons with reduced mobility due to the design of the ships. Although some ships seem suitable for people who do not need a wheelchair, it should be borne in mind that several ships usually have to be moored side by side in ports. Due to different deck heights of the individual ships, there is an increased risk of accidents during the transition from ship to ship. In addition, none of the ships is wheelchair accessible in terms of stairs, door widths and cabin sizes including bathrooms.

Fishing The Croatian Adriatic is an ideal fishing ground. Of course you can bring your fishing gear and use it from the boat or from the shore. You will need a fishing license, issued by many local travel agents (extra fee applies).

Smoking Policy For the comfort and enjoyment of everyone, smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas, including the cabins. Smoking is permitted on the open decks only. Please use the ashtrays provided and do not throw cigarette butts into the sea. For the comfort of all of our passengers, we request strict adherence to this policy.

Sleeping on Deck Many of our guests consider it a unique experience to spend the night in the open air, under the starry skies of the Mediterranean. There is of course plenty of room on deck, but please bring a sleeping bag and a foam pad or air mattress, as mattresses and bedding from the cabins are not allowed to be carried on deck.

Particular caution is also appropriate if you anchor in a bay and take a “bold leap” into the refreshing water. First of all, be careful not to hurt yourself while jumping from the deck; on the other hand, remember the increased danger of slipping, since the deck will be wet due to other guests coming out of the water.

Appropriate Foot Wear Suitable shoes on board are comfortable shoes such as sneakers, flip-flops or crocs. Wearing high heels or wooden clogs on board is not permitted for reasons of safety and consideration.

Children on Board

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Electricity and Water

Without any doubt, a cruise is an unforgettable experience for children. Due to the special circumstances on board, we recommend our cruises only for schoolage children who know to swim. Especially children will discover new things on board every day, like the

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Important Remarks & Information Night-time, Peace and Quiet Usually, at 11:00 pm, it gets quiet on board. This is of course not a rigid rule, but rather depends on the formation of the “Holiday-Crew“ – on some ships the party will go on a bit longer than on others. Due to their construction, the ships are clairaudient, and in many ports, due to space constraints, several vessels may anchor side by side – therefore, mutual considerateness is appropriate.

Generally, the ships moor in ports of larger towns (see route descriptions). Since the port is usually the lifeline of those towns, and since on summer evenings, all social life in Mediterranean countries takes place outdoor (restaurants, cafés, pubs, terraces), the evenings and nights are usually somewhat livelier. Especially in the months of July and August, in the most coastal places traditional annual festivities are celebrated, which often last until the early morning hours. I.D. Riva Tours has no influence on any noise or loud music in various ports.

Music and Entertainment … are not uncommon on board – as are spontaneous parties. If you play a musical instrument, such as a guitar or harmonica, make sure you bring it along.

Covid-19 (Corona virus) For us as a tour operator, the well-being of our guests always has the highest priority. Therefore, we always inform you about current health measures and regulations under riva.to/actual

Entry Requirements & Travel Documents General Information The following information applies primarily to nationals of EU Member States and to those of Switzerland, Norway and Iceland. It also applies to people from third countries who have a valid Schengen visa or a visa or residence permit for Bulgaria, Romania or Cyprus. All the information refers to a stay of up to 30 days. The provisions for stays of over 30 days may vary for persons from third countries. Nationals of all other countries can inspect the entry rules and any visa requirements in English by following the stated links on the official websites of the relevant foreign ministries. Persons with dual citizenship and stateless persons are requested to contact the embassy or consulate of the destination country in their country of residence. You will find more information and direct links to the websites of the foreign ministries here: riva.to/visaen

Croatia Nationals of EU Member States and of Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein require a valid identity card or passport to enter Croatia. Persons from third countries who have a valid Schengen visa or a visa for at least two entries or a residence permit for Bulgaria, Romania or Cyprus require a valid passport to enter Croatia. Nationals of all other countries can inspect the entry rules and any visa requirements in English by following this link: riva.to/visahr If you need a visa, you can apply for one here: riva.to/visacro

Montenegro Nationals of EU Member States and of Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Albania require a valid identity card or passport to enter Montenegro.

Persons from third countries who have a valid Schengen visa or a visa or residence permit for the USA, the UK or Ireland require a valid passport to enter Montenegro. Nationals of all other countries can inspect the entry rules and any visa requirements in English by following this link: riva.to/visame To be able to create the passenger lists for entering Montenegro (Route T4), we need the personal data of all participants two weeks prior to departure (name and surname, passport or ID number, date of birth, place of birth, nationality).

Bosnia & Herzegovina Nationals of EU Member States and of Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Montenegro, Monaco, San Marino and Serbia require a valid identity card or passport to enter Bosnia-Herzegovina. Nationals of all other countries can inspect the entry rules and any visa requirements in English by following this link: riva.to/visaba

Miscellaneous Payment on Board Sojourn taxes and groundage, as well as drinks and all extras on board can be paid in the local currency Kuna (HRK), in Euros (EUR), Swiss Franks (CHF) or US Dollars (USD). Credit and debit cards are not accepted.

Not Included

Entrance fees to museums and national parks, etc., or additional excursions are not included and must be paid on-site, if not mentioned in the description explicitly as included in the tour price. When chartering a ship, the services listed in the route descriptions (see “what’s included…”), such as city tours or entrance fees to national parks, are not included and must be paid on site.

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Our prices do not include sojourn taxes and groundage. Minimum Number of Participants The total amount of € 28 per week and per person (chilOur cruises are subject to a minimum number of particdren up to 12 years: € 14) is payable upon embarkaipants, required to ensure that the cruise takes place. tion – this applies to cruises from Rijeka, Zadar and The minimum number of participants for each ship Trogir. is stated in the price tables. As soon as it becomes For a cruise from/to Dubrovnik the sojourn tax and obvious, that the specified minimum number of particgroundage fees are € 35 per week and person (€ 17 for ipants will not be reached, we will inform you not later children up to 12 years).

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than 30 days prior to the travel date. Of course, we will also provide, availability permitting, an offer on an alternative ship or another itinerary without surcharge.

Insurance Travel insurance is not compulsory, however we strongly recommend that you have cover for your own peace of mind and security. Emergency medical coverage is most important. Insurance policies vary, so read the fine print carefully to see exactly what is covered, or ask your travel agent for advice.


After your arrival at the port of embarkation, our representatives will welcome you and show you your ship. Our Service Team will assist you with your luggage.

Travelling by Flight During the summer season, there are regular flights from the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Israel, Russia, Ukraine, The United States, and even Japan… Check out the flights of Croatia Airlines, Eurowings, Norwegian, easyJet, American Airlines, Wizzair, Jet2, Ryanair, British Airways, Japan Airlines…, just to mention some of them. If you do not like to search the web for the best flight deals, just ask us at I.D. Riva Tours or your local travel agent. If travelling by plane, you are responsible for your transfer to the port of embarkation or to the first overnight port. Of course, you may book your transfer from the airport to the ship and vice versa as a separate service with I.D. Riva Tours. Then, you do not have to take care of anything, and we will transfer you from the airport directly to your boat. In case your flight is scheduled to arrive in the afternoon or evening, you will be transferred to the port where the ship will moor for the first night. Please check the price tables on pages 57 (Rijeka), 75 (Zadar), 113 (Trogir), and 118 (Dubrovnik) for applicable transfer fees.

Travelling by Train & Bus The port of Rijeka is connected with many European cities by train, while all our ports of embarkation can be reached by regular operating bus services from most European countries as well. Check out at flixbus.com, from where you can start your bus trip to Croatia. From Germany and Austria, I.D. Riva Tours’ own buses are serving the ports of Rijeka, Zadar and Trogir every Saturday from May until October.

Travelling by Car If you arrive by your own car, it will be our pleasure to reserve a space in a guarded parking lot at the port of embarkation. The parking fee is subject to be paid on the spot upon arrival. Detailed information you will find on the pages 29 (Rijeka), 58 (Zadar), 76 (Trogir), and 114 (Dubrovnik).

Pre- & Post-Cruise Stay If you like to stay for one or more nights in the vicinity of the port of embarkation before or after your cruise, you can choose from our wide range of offers: www.idriva.com

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How to travel to Croatia ?

When planning your cruise vacation, you have to consider how to travel to the port of embarkation. The choice is yours – you can travel by plane, train, bus or your own car.


General Terms & Conditions of I.D. Riva Tours GmbH General, Scope of Application 1.

The travel conditions in Part A apply exclusively d) to package travel.

2.

Pure overnight services or boat charters that are offered without any other relevant additional travel services included in the total price within 1.6. the meaning of § 651a BGB are not subject to package travel law. For such individual services, 2. the contractual conditions in Part B of these GTC apply. 2.1. Transportation services are only included if they are included in the travel price (package travel a) according to section 1.1).

3.

Part A Package Travel Terms and Conditions of I. D. Riva Tours GmbH Dear clients and travellers,

b) these Terms and Conditions, (if and to the extent same have been validly agreed upon), become part of and shall govern the contractual relationship concluded as of 1 July 2018 between you, the travel client, and I. D. Riva Tours GmbH (hereinafter referred to as “I.D. Riva Tours”). They complement the legal provisions of Sections 651a to–y BGB (Bürgerliches c) Gesetzbuch – German Civil Code) and the statutory information obligations applying to tour operators according to Articles 250 and 252 EGBGB (Einführungsgesetz zum BGB – Introductory Code to the German Civil Code). Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully d) before submitting your travel booking! 1.

1.1.

1.2.

In general, I.D. Riva Tours’ travel services do not include flight transport services to I.D. Riva Tours’ destinations and event venues. If and to the extent that singular flight transport services are not specifically advertised as part of the travel services offered and rendered by I.D. Riva Tours, I.D. Riva Tours acts as a mere agent facilitating such flight transport services on behalf of the principal party providing such facilitated e) flight transport services (the airline). If and to the extent that in addition to offering facilitated flight transport services pursuant to section 1.1 above, I.D. Riva Tours offers ancillary travel services pertaining to another service provider (e.g. facilitation of flight transport as main service plus airport lounge access as ancillary service) and such additional ancillary service does not constitute a material value in relation to the facilitated combination‘s total value and the added ancillary service neither constitutes any special attribute of the combination nor has been advertised by I.D. Riva Tours as f) such, I.D. Riva Tours shall act as a mere intermediary agent in relation to such service combination.

1.3.

I.D. Riva Tours shall act as intermediary agent facilitating linked travel service arrangements if pursuant to the relevant legal regulations of Sec. 651w BGB the legal pre-requites accordingly defined herein are fulfilled.

1.4.

Notwithstanding I.D. Riva Tours’ obligation 2.2. as an agent facilitating linked travel service arrangements (including due provision of requisite information by way of submitting a form a) as well as providing due security coverage for customer payments collected by I.D. Riva Tours) and the legal consequences of failing to meet such statutory obligations, I.D. Riva Tours shall in the cases described in Section 1.2 and b) 1.3 neither act as a travel package tour operator nor as a liable provider of any of the singular flight transport services facilitated by I.D. Riva Tours. I.D. Riva Tours shall hence bear no liability whatsoever, neither in relation to any information published by respectively relevant providers of the flight services facilitated by I.D. Riva Tours as regards prices and service quality nor in relation to the performance of these facilitated flight services as such nor in relation to any damages arising in connection with the provision of such arranged flight services.

1.5.

Information

I.D. Riva Tours’s Role in Relation to arranged Travel Services and linked Travel Service Arrangements

I.D. Riva Tours’ liability acting as an agent for the facilitation of flight services as well as with regard to mandatory statutory provisions applying to tele media and electronic commerce shall remain unaffected.

a)

By acting as an agent I.D. Riva Tours, I.D. Riva Tours is especially obliged as follows:

b)

When advertising a flight travel service, I.D. Riva Tours shall clearly indicate that I.D. Riva Tours merely acts an agent in relation to such service and identify the respectively responsible service provider in each case;

c)

I.D. Riva Tours shall state the price of each flight travel service arranged by I.D. Riva Tours act- 2.3. ing as an agent separately from the price of the

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tele media) the following shall apply:

I.D. Riva Tours shall issue booking confirmations a) in relation to arranged flight travel services in accordance with the above provisions and separately b) I.D. Riva Tours’ liability as an agent shall remain unaffected by the above provisions.

The client is instructed about the relevant online booking procedure on I.D. Riva Tours’ website or app.

Conclusion of Contractual Relationship / Clients’ Obligations The following shall apply in relation to all booking methods:

c)

The offer of I.D. Riva Tours and the cli- d) ent’s booking shall be based on the published description of the travel package offered as well as any supplementary information as provided by I.D. Riva Tours (such as classification specifications e.g.) as provided and available to the client at the time of his/her booking. e) Travel agent’s and booking service providers are not authorised by I.D. Riva Tours to conclude contracts on I.D. Riva Tours’s behalf, to provide information or warranties which in any way amend the agreed contents of the travel package contract, go beyond the published description or contractually provided warranties of the travel package or contradict same. f) Any information provided in hotel guides and similar directories which have not been published by I.D. Riva Tours, shall have no binding effect for I.D. Riva Tours and its contractual g) obligations, unless expressively agreed otherwise. If the booking confirmation communicated by I.D. Riva Tours differs in any way from the booking placed by the client, such confirmation shall constitute a new offer by I.D. Riva Tours to which it shall be bound for a period of 10 days. The travel package contract shall be concluded h) on the basis of this new offer, provided I.D. Riva Tours has indicated such amendments to the client and has duly fulfilled its pre-contractual information duties in relation thereto and provided moreover, the client has accepted same, i) either expressively or tacitly by way of effecting payments in this regard. Any and all information provided by I.D. Riva Tours prior to conclusion of the travel package contract in relation to material specifics of the travel services, the travel package price and any additional costs, the conditions of payment, the minimum number of travel participants and standard cancellation fees – in accordance with Article 250 Subsection 3 numbers 1, 3 to 5 and 7 EGBGB (Introductory Code to the German Civil Code) – shall not become subject to the travel package contract only if this has been explicitly agreed upon by and between I.D. Riva Tours and the client. In relation to any client bookings made not 2.4. only for the client him/herself but also for and on behalf of fellow travelers, the client shall be liable for the contractual obligations of such fellow travelers in the same way as for its own contractual obligations, provided the client has expressly undertaken to assume such fellow travelers’ obligations by way of a separate declaration to this effect. The following applies to bookings made orally, telephonically, in writing, by e-mail or by fax: By way of placing a booking (travel booking), the client – in a contractually binding manner – furnishes an offer to I.D. Riva Tours to enter into a travel package contract to which it shall be bound for a period of 3 working days. The corresponding travel package contract is concluded upon the client receiving I.D. Riva Tours’ acceptance which is given by way of I.D. Riva Tours’ booking confirmation. Upon or immediately subsequent to the conclusion of the travel package contract, I.D. Riva Tours shall provide the client with a corresponding booking 3. confirmation document which shall be compliant with the statutory provisions defining such 3.1. a booking confirmation’s necessary contents. The booking confirmation document shall be issued on a pre-servable medium, i.e. in such a manner which shall allow for the client to keep or store the booking confirmation document as provided by I.D. Riva Tours, in order to access same at any moment within an adequate period of time (e.g. on paper or by way of an email attachment), provided the client is not entitled to a booking confirmation document on paper in accordance with Article 250 Section 6 Subsection (1) second sentence EGBGB (Introductory Code to the German Civil Code) which applies in cases where the travel package contract is concluded in the physical presence of both parties or in cases where it is concluded outside business premises as defined in Section 312b BGB (German Civil Code). In relation to bookings which are generated electronically (e.g. via internet or app or

In order to correct, delete or reset the entire online booking form, various functions shall be available to the client which the client shall be informed and instructed about online. The various language options which may be used to pursue the booking process are provided on I.D. Riva Tours’ website or app. If and to the extent that the travel package con- 3.2. tract’s contents are saved electronically, the client shall be informed accordingly as well as about the possibility of accessing and down loading the respectively stored data at any later point in time. By activating the button “Make a BINDING BOOKING now“ the client furnishes to I.D. Riva Tours a binding offer to conclude the travel package contract which the client shall be bound to for a period of three working days as of the time at which the client’s respective offer is electronically triggered in accordance with the aforementioned process. Immediately thereupon, the client will automatically receive an electronic confirmation of receipt in relation to his/her travel booking. 4. Transmitting the travel booking by way of activating the button “Make a BINDING BOOKING now” shall not entitle the client to any 4.1. rights regarding the conclusion of a travel package contract on the basis of the travel booking submitted. I.D. Riva Tours remains free to, at its sole discretion, accept the client’s travel booking or not. The travel package contract shall be concluded upon the client receiving I.D. Riva Tours’ respective booking confirmation which shall be provided by I.D. Riva Tours on a preservable medium. In cases where an electronic booking confirmation is automatically triggered and visible on 4.2. the screen immediately upon the client having activated the button “Make a BINDING BOOKING now”, a contractual relationship is concluded upon the client receiving such booking confirmation, i.e. upon same appearing on the screen without any confirmation of receipt becoming necessary in relation to the client’s travel booking (real time booking). In such cases, the cli- 4.3. ent may opt whether to electronically save or print such booking confirmation. Either way, a binding travel package contract shall have been concluded, irrespective of whether the client opts to save or print the booking confirmation or decides to do neither. I.D. Riva Tours advises the client herewith that, according to the applicable statutory provisions (Section 312 Subsection (7), 312 g Subsection (2) Sentence 1 No. 9 BGB – German Civil Code), the client shall not be entitled to any right of revocation in relation to travel package contracts which according to Sections 651a and 651c BGB (German Civil Code) have been concluded remotely (i.e. by way of letter, brochure, telephone, telefax, E-Mail, mobile phone, 4.4. mobile text message, as well as by radio broadcast, television and online services). The client’s statutory rights to cancellation, especially his/ her cancellation rights according to Section 651 h BGB (German Civil Code) (see also Section 6 below) shall remain unaffected. The client shall however be entitled to revocation if the travel package contract has been concluded outside of business premises, unless the oral negotiations on the basis of which the travel package contract was subsequently concluded were conducted due to the client’s respective request in which case, in turn, the client shall have no 5. right of revocation.

Payment of the residual balance amount shall become due for payment 30 days prior to I.D. Riva Tours commencing the provision of services under the of travel package contract, provided the aforementioned security certificate has been duly submitted to the client and the travel package contract can no longer be cancelled for the reasons specified under Section 8 below. In relation to bookings which are placed within a term shorter than 30 days prior to travel services commencing the entire travel package price shall be payable immediately upon booking. If the client fails to pay the advance payment and/or the residual balance in accordance with the agreed payment terms, despite I.D. Riva Tours having duly fulfilled its statutory information duties and being ready and able to duly 5.3. perform the contractual travel package services, and provided moreover, the client does not hold any legal or contractual right to retain such payments, I.D. Riva Tours will submit to the client a reminder notice defining a period within which the client is to effect such overdue payments and announcing that, in the event of the client continuing to fail effecting such payments, I.D. Riva Tours will rescind the travel contract and charge to the client cancellation fees in accordance with the provisions of Section 5 below. a) Amendments (other than Price Increases) of the Travel Package Contract Applied prior to Performance Any amendments becoming necessary in relation to material specifics of travel services after conclusion of the respectively underlying travel package contract and prior to commencing performance of the corresponding travel services shall only be allowed if such amendments are not substantial to and do not impair the overall nature of the contractually agreed travel package services. The aforementioned shall not apply if such amendments become necessary due to I.D. Riva Tours having acted in breach of good faith. I.D. Riva Tours shall be under an obligation to, without undue delay, clearly, comprehensibly and prominently inform the client by way of a pre-servable medium about any amendments b) relating to travel services under the travel package contract upon I.D. Riva Tours receiving knowledge of the reasons which make such amendment necessary. In the event of any substantial amendments becoming necessary in relation to material specifics of travel services or in case of any changes arising with respect to special client requests, the client shall be entitled to, within an adequate period defined by I.D. Riva Tours, when informing the client about the relevant amendment or change, either accept the amendment or cancel the travel package without incurring any cancellation fees or accept the provision of an alternative travel package, if I.D. Riva Tours 5.4. has offered such an alternative. If the client fails to cancel the travel package contract within the period defined by I.D. Riva Tours the amendment shall be deemed to have been accepted by the client. Any and all warranty claims remain unaffected 5.5. as far as the amended travel services are deficient in any way or have not been duly fulfilled. If, in relation to the amended travel package or in relation to an alternative travel package (provided such has been offered by I.D. Riva Tours at a quality of same value and at the same price) the costs expended by I.D. Riva Tours in this regard are lower, I.D. Riva Tours shall be under an obligation to refund to the client the difference amount in accordance with Section 651m 5.6. BGB (German Civil Code). Client Cancellations prior to Commence-

Payment

ment of Provision of Travel Services / Can-

Prior to complete fulfilment of all services which are to be provided by I.D. Riva Tours 5.1. under the travel package contract, I.D. Riva Tours and its agents shall only be allowed to collect client payments in relation to the travel package price, provided that a valid contract for the purposes of insuring or guaranteeing such client payments (Kundengeldabsicherung) in accordance with Section 651r BGB (German Civil Code) exists and that the client has been provided with a corresponding security certificate (Sicherungsschein) which clearly and comprehensibly as well as prominently displays the 5.2. insuring or guaranteeing party’s name and contact information. Following conclusion of the travel package contract and upon such aforementioned security certificate having been provided to the client, an advance payment amounting to 20% of the travel package price shall become due for payment by the client to I.D. Riva Tours.

cellation Fees

5.7.

The client shall be entitled to cancel the contractual travel services at any time prior to commencement of their provision by I.D. Riva Tours. 5.8. Cancellations are to be notified to I.D. Riva Tours to the address provided above/below or to the travel agent who on behalf of I.D. Riva Tours has concluded the travel package contract with the client. For evidence purposes, the client is recommended to provide cancellation notices in 6. written text. 6.1. In the event of a client cancelling the booked travel package prior to commencement of their provision by I.D. Riva Tours or if the client fails to utilize the travel services (no show), I.D. Riva Tours shall have no right to claim payment of the contractually agreed travel price. Instead, I.D. Riva Tours shall be entitled to claim payment of adequate compensation in consideration of preparations made and costs incurred by I.D. Riva Tours at the time of the cancella-

tion being notified to it. Such adequate compensation shall be calculated on the basis of the contractually agreed travel service price. The aforementioned shall however not apply if the client’s cancellation is caused by reasons falling into the scope of I.D. Riva Tours’ responsibility or if the cancellation was caused by the occurrence of unavoidable, extraordinary circumstances at or in direct proximity to the client’s destination which would materially impair the provision of travel services at or the carriage of passengers to the client’s destination. Circumstances shall be deemed unavoidable and extraordinary, if they cannot be controlled by I.D. Riva Tours and if their consequences remain unavoidable despite I.D. Riva Tours having taken all reasonable measures to avoid them. The below mentioned standard compensation charges have been calculated by way of I.D. Riva Tours duly taking into account any and all costs which usually remain unexpended as well as any and all proceeds usually generated by way of selling unutilized travel services to other clients or making use of same otherwise. The standard compensation charges are applied as follows, as a percentage of the contractual travel price, depending on the date on which I.D. Riva Tours receives notice of the client’s cancellation: Hotels (CRS codes starting with the letter H), Resorts (apartments; CRS codes starting with the letter A), Mobile homes (CRS codes starting with the letter M), Cruises (CRS codes starting with the letter K; not boat charter) as well as other services which are not subject to lit. b): up to the 30th day before travel from the 29th up to the 22nd day before travel from the 21st up to the 15th day before travel from the 14th up to the 8th day before travel from the 7th up to the 4th day before travel from the 3rd up to the 1st day before travel on the day of travel

20% 25% 35% 50% 60% 70% 80%

Vacation Rentals (villas, homes and apartments, CRS code starting with the letters P or L): up to the 45th day before travel from the 44th up to the 31st day before travel from the 30th up to the 15th day before travel from the 14th up to the 8th day before travel from the 7th up to the 1st day before travel on the day of travel

20% 30% 50% 60% 70% 90%

In any event, the client shall retain the right to positively prove that I.D. Riva Tours has incurred no damages or damages which are substantially lower than the standard charge claimed in accordance with the above mentioned standard compensation charges. A general compensation fee pursuant to Section 5.3 shall be deemed not to have been fixed and agreed if I.D. Riva Tours proves that I.D. Riva Tours has incurred significantly higher expenses than the calculated amount of the general fee pursuant to Section 5.3. In this case, I.D. Riva Tours shall be obligated to specifically quantify and justify the requested compensation, taking into account the expenses saved and the acquisition of any other use of the travel services. If I.D. Riva Tours is obligated to reimburse the travel price as a result of a withdrawal, §651h (5) BGB shall remain unaffected. The client’s legal right pursuant to Section 651e BGB (German Civil Code), to, on a pre-servable medium, demand that instead of the client a third person is to enter into the travel package contract, remains unaffected by the above provisions. The client is urgently advised to take out insurance covering cancellation costs as well as insurance covering expenses for repatriation in the event of any accident or illness occurring while travelling. Amendments to Bookings The client shall have no right to claim amendment of the booked time, place of destination or departure, accommodation, the means of transport as well as the place of boarding or disembarking (booking amendments). This shall not apply, if, I.D. Riva Tours has either failed to provide or has provided insufficient or incorrect information to the client/traveller prior to concluding the travel package contract as provided in Article 250 Section 3 EGBGB (Introductory Code to the German Civil Code), in which case the booking amendment must be made free of


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8. 8.1.

a)

b)

c)

The minimum number of participants and the a) latest time at which a booking may be cancelled by I.D. Riva Tours must be mentioned also in I.D. Riva Tours’ booking confirmation or the booking confirmation. I.D. Riva Tours shall be obliged to without undue delay, notify travel clients of any cancellations becoming necessary once it has been ascertained that the travel package contract will not be performed due to not reaching the minimum number of bookings.

d)

Any such cancellation by I.D. Riva Tours that is notified later than 30 days prior to commencement of the affected travel package contract shall not be allowed.

8.2.

If no travel service under the travel package contract is performed for aforementioned reasons, the client shall be fully refunded any and all payments previously paid to I.D. Riva Tours without undue delay. Section 5.6 above applies accordingly.

9.

Termination on Grounds of Conduct

9.1.

I.D. Riva Tours shall be entitled to cancel the 11. travel package contract with immediate effect 11.1. if, despite I.D. Riva Tours’ explicit warning, the traveller continues to interrupt the provision of travel services or if the traveller violates the contract to an extent, sufficiently substantial to justify I.D. Riva Tours’ summary cancellation of the contract. This shall not apply if the traveller’s violation of the contract was caused due I.D. Riva Tours’ failure to duly fulfil its information duties prior to concluding the travel package contract. 11.2. If I.D. Riva Tours cancels the contract for the above reasons it shall remain entitled to demand full payment of the travel package price. However, any unexpended costs as well as any and all proceeds generated by selling unutilised travel services to other travel clients or any refunds received from travel suppliers in this respect are to be deducted from I.D. Riva Tours’ respective claims.

9.2.

10.

Client Obligations

10.1. Travel Documents Clients shall be obliged to notify I.D. Riva Tours or the travel agent who has concluded the travel package contract with the client on I.D. Riva Tours’ behalf, if it has not duly received the travel documents within the time specified by

b)

The traveller is advised herewith that, in accordance with the relevant air traffic regulations, any loss or damage to or late delivery of baggage in connection with the performance of flights is to be reported without undue delay onsite to the performing airline carrier by way of a property irregularity report (P.I.R.). According to international agreements, airlines and travel package tour operators are entitled to refuse any compensation of damages suffered if the traveller has failed to duly complete the P.I.R. In the case of any baggage damages, the P.I.R. is to be submitted within 7 days in the case of any baggage delivery delay within 21 days after delivery. In addition, any loss, damage or misdirection of travel baggage is to be reported to I.D. Riva Tours, its representatives or contacts or to the travel agent who has concluded the travel package contract on I.D. Riva Tours’ behalf without undue delay. Despite such report, the traveller remains obliged, to submit the P.I.R. within the periods specified in lit a) above. Limitation of Liability I.D. Riva Tours’s contractual liability for damages which have neither resulted in fatal injury, bodily harm nor damages to a person’s health and which have not arisen due to any negligence or wilful conduct on the part of I.D. Riva Tours and its suppliers and vicarious agents, shall be limited to an amount equalling triple the travel package price. Any claims based on the Montreal Treaty or the Luftverkehrsgesetz (German Air Traffic Code) shall remain unaffected. I.D. Riva Tours shall be held liable neither for any service disruptions, nor for any personal injury nor for any damages to property which arise in connection with third party services which I.D. Riva Tours has sold acting as a mere agent (e.g. excursions, sports events, theatre tickets, exhibitions, transportation services from and to the specified places of departure and destination), if I.D. Riva Tours, within its advertised publications and its travel booking confirmation has clearly indicated such services as third party services in a sufficiently distinct manner, thereby expressively stating the identity and address of the corresponding third party contract partner which I.D. Riva Tours has acted as an agent for, so that it is apparent to the client that such services are not part of the travel package contract concluded with I.D. Riva

Tours. Sections 651b, 651c, 651w and 651y BGB (German Civil Code) remain unaffected in this regard. 11.3. I.D. Riva Tours shall however be liable in relation to damages caused to clients as a result of I.D. Riva Tours having breached its statutory advisory or information duties towards the client or due to any breach by I.D. Riva Tours of its organisational duties. 12.

Assertion of Claims and Addressee

disputes (Gesetz über Verbraucherstreitbeile- a) gung), I.D. Riva Tours points out that it currently does not participate in any such voluntary settlement programme. In the event that the participation in such a programme became obligatory in the further course after printing and publishing these terms and conditions, I.D. Riva Tours will duly inform its clients accordingly. In relation to all contractual relationships concluded electronically, I.D. Riva Tours makes reference herewith to the European dispute settlement platform https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr

12.1. Any claims asserted by the client under Section 651i subsection (3) no. 2, 4-7 BGB (German Civil Code) must be addressed to I.D. Riva Tours. 16.2. For clients who are not nationals of a member Alternatively, they can also be addressed to the state of the European Union or Swiss nationals, travel agent who has concluded the travel packit is agreed that the entire legal and contractual age contract on behalf of I.D. Riva Tours. Conrelationship between the client and I.D. Riva tractual claims as specified in section 651 i Tours shall be exclusively governed by German paragraph 3 German Civil Code are subject to a law. Legal suits filed by clients shall be exclulimitation period of two years. Such limitation sively brought before the competent court jurisperiod commences on the day the travel packdiction at the place where I.D. Riva Tours has its age services were supposed to come to a conregistered seat. clusion. It is recommended to assert claims in 16.3. Law suits brought by I.D. Riva Tours against written text. a client shall be brought before the court of competent jurisdiction at the client‘s resi13. Information Duties in Relation to Airline dence. In relation to law suits against clients Carrier’s Identity who are merchants in accordance with the Ger13.1. In accordance with the EU-Regulation for the man Commercial Code (HGB) or legal persons of Information of Commercial Flight Passengers civil or public law whose residence or registered about the Performing Airline Carrier’s Identity, business seat or whose usual place of stay is I.D. Riva Tours shall inform clients prior to or lateither abroad in a foreign country or unknown est at the time of the relevant booking about at the time when the law suit is brought, the identity of each airline carrier performing the parties agree that such law suits shall be services within the scope of the booked travel brought before the court of competent jurisdicpackage. tion at I.D. Riva Tours’ registered seat. 13.2. If, at the time of booking, the identity of any performing airline carrier is not yet certain, I.D. Part B Riva Tours shall be under an obligation to identify the airline carrier(s) which at that time is/ Contractual Conditions for Individare probably expected to provide the flight service(s). As soon as it has been ascertained ual Travel Services which airline carrier will perform the flight ser- 1. Scope of Application vice, I.D. Riva Tours will inform the client accord1.1 Pure accommodation services (hotels, resorts, ingly. mobile homes, vacation rentals) and boat char13.3. In the event of any changes as regards the ters, which are not separately designated in the performing airline carrier, I.D. Riva Tours will invitation to tender and which are offered withinform the client accordingly without undue out any other main tourist services included delay and as swiftly as possible with reasonably in the total price, are hereinafter uniformly adequate means. referred to as “individual services” and are not subject to package travel law. These contractual 13.4. The so called “Black List” which, according to conditions of Part B apply to them. the EU Regulation lists all airline carriers which are banned from entering the air space of EU 2. Special Regulations for Individual Travel member states, is displayed on I.D. Riva Tours’ Services websites and I.D. Riva Tours’sbusiness offices or can be accessed directly online at https://trans- 2.1 The arrival of the customer in the accommodation respectively takeover of the charter boat port.ec.europa.eu/transport-themes/eu-airhas to take place at the agreed time, without safety-list_en. special agreement at the latest by 6:00 p.m. 14. Passport, Visa and Health Requirements 2.2 For later arrival/takeovers the following applies: 14.1. Prior to concluding the travel package contract, The customer shall be obligated to notify I.D. I.D. Riva Tours shall inform clients/travellers a) Riva Tours no later than 5:00 p.m. or at the about general passport or visa requirements agreed time if he/she arrives late or, in the case as well as about any official health regulations of stays lasting several days, does not wish to to be observed at the country of destination, use the booked accommodation / charter boat including the time usually expected in order until a subsequent day. to obtain respectively relevant visa documents as well as about any statutory changes in this b) If no notification is made in due time, I.D. Riva regard. Tours shall be entitled to occupy the service elsewhere. For the period of non-occupancy, 14.2. The client shall be solely responsible for obtainthe provisions on withdrawal or non-arrival of ing and holding the officially necessary travel the guest in these contractual conditions shall documents, for having all necessary vaccinaapply accordingly. tions performed on him and fellow travellers as well as for acting compliantly with any relevant c) For periods of occupancy in which the customer customs and foreign exchange control reguladoes not make use of the services due to late tions. Any disadvantages arising as a result of arrival, the provisions on withdrawal or non-arthe client’s failure to comply in this regard, such rival of the guest in these contractual condias e.g. any cancellation fees, shall be borne by tions apply accordingly. The Guest shall not the client. This shall not apply if I.D. Riva Tours have to make any payments to I.D. Riva Tours for has either failed to inform the client at all or if such occupancy periods if I.D. Riva Tours is conit has informed the client insufficiently or incortractually or legally liable for the reasons for the rectly in any way. later arrival or the non-occupancy. 14.3. If I.D. Riva Tours is assigned by the client with 2.3 The vacating of the accommodation/return of obtaining necessary visa documents, I.D. Riva the charter boat shall take place at the agreed Tours shall not be liable for the timely granting time, without any special agreement, at the latof same by the relevant embassy or consulate est by 09:00 a.m. on the day of departure. In the nor for their due receipt by the client, unless I.D. event of failure to vacate/return the boat in due Riva Tours is in breach of any of its contractual time, I.D. Riva Tours shall be entitled to demand duties in this regard. a corresponding additional compensation. I.D. Riva Tours reserves the right to assert further 15. Special regulations in connection with damages. pandemics (in particular the Corona virus) 15.1. The parties agree that the agreed travel services 3. shall always be provided by the respective ser- 3.1. vice providers in compliance with and in accordance with the official regulations and requirements applicable at the time of travel.

Payment

15.2. The traveller agrees to observe reasonable reg- 3.2. ulations or restrictions on use of the service providers when using travel services and to inform the representative and the service provider immediately in the event of typical symptoms 4. of illness occurring.

The balance is due 30 days before travel. For bookings made less than 30 days before travel, the entire price is due for payment immediately.

16.

Alternative Settlement of Disputes; Choice of Law and Place of Jurisdiction

16.1. With respect to the newly introduced legislation regulating the settlement of consumer

For individual services, a deposit of 20% of the price is due after conclusion of the contract, 25% for charter of boats. It is not necessary to hand over a security certificate.

Withdrawal Section 5 of the Terms and Conditions of Travel in Part A shall apply accordingly to the cancellation of individual services, whereby the following provisions shall apply instead of Section 5.3. a) and b) of the Terms and Conditions in Part A with regard to cancellation costs:

b)

Hotels (CRS codes starting with the letter H), Resorts (apartments; CRS codes starting with the letter A), Mobile homes (CRS codes starting with the letter M): 20%

up to the 30th day before travel from the 29th up to the 22nd day before travel from the 21st up to the 15th day before travel from the 14th up to the 8th day before travel from the 7th up to the 4th day before travel from the 3rd up to the 1st day before travel on the day of travel

25% 35% 50% 60% 70% 80%

Vacation Rentals (villas, homes and apartments, CRS code starting with the letters P or L) up to the 45th day before travel from the 44th up to the 31st day before travel from the 30th up to the 15th day before travel from the 14th up to the 8th day before travel from the 7th up to the 1st day before travel on the day of travel

c)

20% 30% 50% 60% 70% 90%

Boat Charter: up to the 90th day before travel from the 89th up to the 60th day before travel from the 59th up to the 30th day before travel from the 29th up to the 22nd day before travel from the 21st up to the 7th day before travel from the 6th up to the 1st day before travel on the day of travel

20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 75% 90%

5.

Applicable Regulations from Part A

5.1.

The following provisions from the terms and conditions in Part A shall also apply mutatis mutandis to individual services, but always subject to the proviso that this constitutes a mixedtype contract for the provision of an individual service and does not constitute an agreement on package travel law: Part A Sections 1, 2, 3.2., 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10.1., 10.2., 10.3., 11, 15, 16.

5.2.

Part A Section 6 applies to the boat charter with the proviso that a rebooking up to the 2nd scale of the cancellation fee is possible for a fee of 5% of the total charter price.

5.3.

In all other respects, unless otherwise agreed in these contractual conditions, the statutory provisions shall apply. © These Terms & Conditions are protected by copyright: Noll | Hütten | Dukic Lawyers, Munich |Stuttgart 2021 Contractual Partner: I.D. Riva Tours GmbH Neuhauser Str. 27, D-80331 Munich Phone: +49 89 23 11 00-0 Fax: +49 89 23 11 00-22 E-mail: info@idriva.de Chief executive: Konstantin Gaitanides, Selimir Ognjenović Registry Court: Amtsgericht München HRB 107372 IMPRINT Design & Prepress Production: mediteran[dot]biz, El Gouna | Red Sea | Egypt E-mail: production @ mediteran.biz Assistents: Apple  Macintosh® & Adobe CC 2021® Photos: Prof. Dr. med. René Bernays, Petr Blaha, Vlado Bugarin, Nevenka Čavlek, Saša Ćetković, Gerd Doerr, Christine Hinkofer, Damir Ivošević, KagiPix Photography, Renco Kosinožić †, Željko Karavida, Željko Maletić, mblack Media, André Pöhlmann, Philip Reichwein, Peer SchmidtWalther, Jörg Spaniol, Predrag Spasojević †, Leon Štefanić, Monika Zeller, mediteran[dot] biz, Riva guests, Riva employees, Shutterstock.com, Tourist boards, archives. Editorial deadline: January 2022 Copyright © 2022 I.D. Riva Tours GmbH No part of this brochure, or containing images, graphics and texts may be reproduced, published or processed electronically without the written consent of the author.

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charge. If a booking amendment is possible and I.D. Riva Tours. applied in accordance with the client’s request, 10.2. Deficiencies / Remedy I.D. Riva Tours, provided the time lines defined If the travel services performed under the travel below are duly observed, shall be entitled to a) package contract are in any way deficient, the charge a booking amendment fee per person traveller is entitled to demand remedy. affected by such requested change. Unless specifically agreed otherwise prior to I.D. Riva Tours b) If and to the extent that, due to the traveller’s accepting a booking amendment request, the failure to duly report a service deficiency, I.D. fee for booking amendments which are applied Riva Tours has been unable to remedy same, up to the time of the respectively defined secthe traveller shall neither be entitled to refund ond periods, as mentioned in the respectively in accordance with Section 651m BGB (German relevant cancellation fee category in Section 5.3 Civil Code) nor to compensation of damages in above, shall amount to € 25 per affected travelaccordance with Section 651nBGB (German ler. Civil Code) in this regard. Any client request to amend travel bookings c) Clients shall be obliged to, without undue which are communicated at any time later delay, report to I.D. Riva Tours’ authorised repthan within the aforementioned period, proresentatives onsite the occurrence of any travel vided such change is possible at all, may only service deficiencies and demand remedy of be applied by way of the client cancelling the same. If there are no representatives of I.D. travel contract in accordance with Section 5 Riva Tours present onsite and I.D. Riva Tours, above and the conditions provided herein while according to the travel package contract, is simultaneously placing a new booking. This not obliged to have such a representative presshall however not apply in relation to booking ent onsite, any travel service deficiencies are to amendment requests which incur only minor be reported to the contact as communicated by costs. I.D. Riva Tours; travellers will be informed about the availabilities of I.D. Riva Tours’ onsite repUnused Travel Services resentatives or contacts within I.D. Riva Tours’ In the event that, for reasons that fall into the travel booking confirmation. The traveller, may traveller’s scope of responsibility and, in relaat his/her discretion, also choose to report any tion to which the traveller holds no statutory deficiencies to the travel agent which has conright to cancel the travel package contract free cluded the travel package contract on I.D. Riva of charge, the traveller fails to utilise individual Tours’ behalf. travel services despite having been duly offered I.D. Riva Tours’ representative is assigned with the provision of same (e.g. due to early return d) remedying any occurring service deficiencies, or for other compelling reasons), the traveller it is, however, neither authorized to confirm shall not be entitled to a pro-rata refund of the deficiencies nor to acknowledge any claims contractually agreed travel package price. I.D. asserted against I.D. Riva Tours. Riva Tours shall apply reasonable endeavours to obtain refunds of any accordingly unexpended 10.3. Deadline prior to Cancellation costs from its suppliers. Such obligation shall If the client/traveller pursuant to Section 651l not apply if the respectively unused services are BGB (German Civil Code) intends to cancel the absolutely insignificant. travel package contract due to a service defiCancellation due to Falling Short of Miniciency as defined in Section 651i Subsection (2) mum Number of Booked Participants BGB (German Civil Code) that is substantial, the client/traveller shall be required to first define I.D. Riva Tours shall be entitled to cancel the an adequate deadline within which I.D. Riva travel package contract due to failing to generTours is to remedy the reported deficiency. This ate a minimum amount of participant bookings shall not apply if I.D. Riva Tours has previously in accordance with the following rules: refused to take adequate remedial measures in The minimum number of participants and the this concern or if it is necessary that immediate latest time at which a booking may be cancelled remedial measures are taken. by I.D. Riva Tours has been accordingly mentioned within the information provided by I.D. 10.4. Damage and Loss of Baggage during Flights; Special Rules and Deadlines for Riva Tours prior to concluding the travel packRemedy Demands age contract.


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