Book Cruise Tickets in Croatia

5 Reasons to Go on a Croatia Cruise

Endless Opportunities for Discovery: Croatia boasts nearly 4,000 miles of coastline and 1,244 giving endless opportunities for adventure.

Breathtaking Scenery: A day cruise offers breathtaking scenery with stunning beaches, charming coastal towns, and turquoise waters around beautiful islands.

Hidden Gems: Experience the thrill of secluded caves and crystal blue lagoons only accessible by boat, swimming, or snorkeling.

Experience Local Culture: Indulge in the local culture and cuisine in charming coastal towns and villages.

Create Lasting Memories: A day cruise in Croatia is an unforgettable experience that will create lasting memories.

Types of Croatia Cruises

Adriatic Sunset

Sunset Sightseeing Cruises

Indulge in the ultimate beauty of a 1.5-hour sunset cruise along the Split Riviera. Sip on a refreshing welcome drink as you sail away from Split Port, enjoying the picturesque view of Split Old Town from the sea. Marvel at the magnificence of Marjan Park Forest and Čiovo Island as the Dalmatian sun sets into a splatter of golden, crimson, and scarlet!

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Blue Cave Croatia, AI generated

Island Hopping All-Day

Embark on a thrilling island-hopping adventure, exploring the stunning Blue Lagoon and Shipwreck on Nečujam Bay. Bask on the sandy beaches of Maslinica and Veli Drvenik Island, dive into the pristine waters of Vis Island for swimming or snorkeling, and relish a scrumptious grilled lunch in the secluded Milna Bay on Vis, and explore Hvar town!

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Blue Lagoon, Duga Bay, Trogir

Cave and Archipelago Expeditions

Delight in the wonders of the Elaphite Archipelago, discovering the captivating Blue Cave on Kolocep, and the hidden gems of Sipan and Lopud islands. Then, discover the rich history of Trogir, a UNESCO Heritage site, before capping off your day with a relaxing time at Sunj Beach, surrounded by idyllic views.

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Know Before You Go on a Croatia Cruise

Hvar full day sail

Looking to Spend the Day at Sea?

For a deep dive into the Adriatic Sea, literally and figuratively, you can choose between a Cruise in Blue Cave, Viz & Hvar Islands, Blue Cave & Elaphiti Islands, and a Blue Lagoon, Shipwreck & Solta to make your ocean dreams come true!

Duration: 9 - 10 Hours

Arial photo of Blue Lagoon Šolta Cruise

A Half-Day of Ocean Adventure?

These tickets are perfect if you want more time in your day to explore Croatia differently. Try this Blue Lagoon, Duga Bay & Trogir, or Blue Cave & Green Cave to experience the best half-day of adventure!

Duration: 4 - 5 Hours 30 Minutes

Sunset Cruise Welcome Drinks

Sunset, Sunset, Sunset!

If you want to experience scenic beauty, leisure, romance, and a quick tour, this Sunset Cruise is perfect for you! A little bit of color and breeze to give you the perfect Croatia Cruise experience!

Duration: 1.5 Hours

Know More About the Adriatic Sea

Aerial Photography of Rocks In The Adriatic Sea

Croatia is a country located in Southeast Europe with a long coastline along the Adriatic Sea. The Adriatic Sea is a body of water separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan Peninsula. It has been called “the sea of intimacy” thanks to its crystal clear and calm waters. Croatia has almost two thousand kilometers of beautiful coastline along the Adriatic Sea. The ocean culture of Croatia is rich and diverse, with many small fishing villages and towns that have been around for centuries. The country has a long history of seafaring and fishing, which has influenced its cuisine and culture.

Sights You Will See: Nečujam Bay, Veli Drvenik, Čiovo Island, Old Town of Trogir, Šunj beach, Koločep Island, Elafiti Islands, Vis Island, Bisevo Island, Budikovac Island, Pakleni Island, and Hvar Island.

Plan Your Visit

Boarding Points
Best Time to Visit
  • From Split: Sunset Sightseeing Cruise with Welcome Drink: 7 PM - 8:30 PM
  • From Split: Blue Lagoon, Shipwreck & Solta: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM | 9 AM - 6 PM
  • Dubrovnik: Blue Cave & Elaphiti Islands: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • From Dubrovnik: Blue Cave & Green Cave: 10 AM - 2 PM | 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • From Split: Blue Cave, Viz & Hvar Islands: Begins at 7:30 AM
  • From Split: Blue Lagoon, Duga Bay & Trogir with Snorkeling: 8:30 AM - 2 PM
  • Transportation in a comfortable, sun-covered speedboat
  • English-speaking skipper and crew
  • Welcome drink
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Stand-up paddle and inflatables (where applicable)
  • Bar onboard with alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
  • Meals (as specified in each cruise description)
  • Towels on the boat (where applicable)
  • Safety equipment, insurance, and all taxes
  • VAT, fuel surcharge, handling charges, and docking fees

Please note that specific inclusions may vary slightly depending on the chosen cruise. Check individual cruise descriptions for more details.

When is the best time for a Croatia Cruise?

The best time to visit Croatia for a day cruise is during the summer months of May, June, July, August, and September when the temperatures are warm but not too hot.

Top 4 Croatia Cruise Tips

Swimwear: For all the dips in the crystal blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, carry your swimsuit.

Photography: Remember to carry your camera to capture the marvels of your day cruise.

Dress Comfortably: Remember to dress comfortably for your day full of adventure in the Croatian Islands.

Arrive Early & Carry ID: Croatia Cruises generally board 15-30 minutes before departure. Arrive early and carry a valid ID for a quick check-in.

Frequently Asked Question about the Croatia Cruises

What are the types of Croatia Cruises?

Island Tours, Cave Tours and Yacht Tours are the types of Croatia Cruises available.

Where can I buy my Croatia Cruise tickets?

You can buy your tickets online.

What’s the duration of Croatia Cruises?

Depending on your ticket the cruises range from 4 Hours to a full-day.

Are the Croatia Cruises Guided?

Almost all of the tickets include an expert skipper and guide to enrich your Croatian adventure further.

Are the Croatia Cruises Wheelchair compatible?

Unfortunately, the Croatia Cruises are not wheelchair compatible.

Can I bring my pet on a Croatia Cruise?

No, pets are not allowed on the Croatia Cruises but support and guide dogs are allowed.

What is the cancelation policy for a Croatia Cruise?

You can cancel the tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

If I take a meal-based Croatia Cruise, will I be able to get vegetarian food?

You can select between the meat, fish, and vegetarian menu for lunch right after your booking.