MS Ribič / Route T3

Category: Comfort
Port of Trogir - Central Dalmatia
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Description

Category: Comfort
Max. 20 Persons
Cabins with Shower/WC
Free Wi-Fi

The Ribič has been part of the Riva-Fleet 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 26th 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 14 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.

Our cruises are not suitable for persons with disabilities or reduced mobility.

Minimum number of participants: 12 persons

Further information about the minimum number of participants you will find here.

 

Details

Year of construction: 1950

Reconstructed: 2004

Length over all (m): 25.00 m

Sun deck: 70 m2

WiFi Internet: Free


Cabins

Twin / double cabins: 10

Triple cabins: 0

Single cabins: 0

Quadruple cabins: 0

Cabins with ensuite facilities: Yes

Air conditioning: No


Extras

Shower/toilet: 2




Impressions from the itinerary

 

Route

 


Route:
Trogir – Split – Island of Hvar – Island of Mljet – Dubrovnik – Island of Korčula – Island of Brač – Trogir
Between 12:00 noon and 2: 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. After a lunch snack at about 3:00 pm, “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. For guests arriving later with a flight booked by I.D. Riva Tours – transfer to the port of Split and embarkation in the late afternoon or evening. Overnight stay in the port of Split.
Today we will leave Split, heading to the island of Hvar known for its mild climate and fragrant lavender fields. On our way to Hvar, we will stop in a secluded bay for a swim. After having reached Hvar, we will anchor in the port of Hvar, the homonymous capital of the island. The port lies at the foot of an impressive fortress, which offers spectacular views of the offshore islands “Pakleni otoci”. Provided that the number of boats anchoring in the small port of Hvar allows us to do so, we will stay here overnight. Otherwise, we will approach Hvar already in the afternoon and you will have enough time to explore the island`s capital, before we head for a nearby bay to spend the night there.
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 island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a National Park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes you will find 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. Overnight stay in Pomena or Polače.
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.
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.
Passing the mountainous Pelješac Peninsula, we head towards the island of Brač. On our way to Brač, we will stop in one of the beautiful secluded bays of this area for swimming and sunbathing. The island of Brač 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 known for being one of the largest islands in the entire Adriatic Sea. Overnight stay in one of the lovely places in the northern part of the island – the perfect setting for tonight’s Captain’s Dinner.
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, Trogir, with its beautiful old town, protected by the UNESCO and 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. Enjoy the last evening of your cruise with a romantic dinner at one of Trogir`s numerous restaurants.
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 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
 

Location

Port of Trogir - Central Dalmatia


Port of Trogir

One of the most picturesque old towns of Dalmatia. Trogir – about 20 km north of Split, close to the airport. The old town is situated on a small island, which is connected by a bridge to the main land. Another bridge leads from this island to the island of Čiovo, upstream of Trogir. Due to its numerous monuments from all periods, Trogir is also called “Museum City”. It is a great experience to stroll through the narrow alleys during the afternoon or evening time. The massive walls, defence towers, churches, frescoes and vaults are simply astonishing. It is also interesting to take a look into the old back yards. After visiting the museums, treasuries, art collections and old libraries, restaurants, cafés, taverns and the typical Konobas invite you to enjoy a relaxing break. Seget, which is situated right next to Trogir, actually consists of two villages, Seget Donji with its superb stone and gravel beaches, and Seget Gornji, set a few miles away on a mountain, with its ancient stone houses. In short: Trogir and Seget are the ideal combination for a relaxing and exciting vacation.

Sojourn tax and harbour fees are not included in the prices and must be paid upon embarkation on board. These are € 21 per person per week in 2019 and € 28 in 2020, for children up to 12 years € 10 resp. € 14.

Port of embarkation Dubrovnik: Sojourn tax and harbour fees per person and week are € 28 in 2019 and € 35 in 2020, for children up to 12 years € 14 resp. € 17.




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