MY Vilma / Route TD

Category: Premium
Port of Trogir - Central Dalmatia
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Category: Premium
Max. 28 Persons
Cabins with Shower/WC
Air condition
Free Wi-Fi

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.

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

Minimum number of participants: 17 persons

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



Year of construction: 2012

Length over all (m): 30.00 m

Sun deck: 200 m2

WiFi Internet: Free


Twin / double cabins: 11

Triple cabins: 2

Single cabins: 0

Quadruple cabins: 0

Cabins with ensuite facilities: Yes

Air conditioning: Yes


Toilet: 2




Trogir – Island of Brač – Island of Korčula – Island of Mljet – Elaphiti Islands – Dubrovnik – Pelješac Peninsula – Island of Hvar – Island of Šolta – Trogir
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.
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).
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).
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 10–20 minutes, last return journey around 1:00 am. Tickets are available from the kiosk (€ 1.73 per ride) or on the bus (€ 1.99 per ride) (state per August 2023). 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).
We leave Dubrovnik and set course for the Pelješac peninsula. Pelješac is Croatia's second largest peninsula after Istria and, at 77 km, also the longest. The mountainous peninsula - the highest peak measures 961 m - is one of Croatia's most famous wine-growing areas. After a bathing break in one of the countless bays, we head for the small town of Kućište, where we have lunch on board. Afterwards we make a round trip - along the sea we cycle via Viganj to the viewpoint at 173 m above sea level, from where we have a fantastic view of the opposite island of Korčula. We then cycle along the "upper road" to Orebić, where we have a coffee break before returning along the sea to Kućište, where we will stay for overnight. 23.1 bike kilometres, ascent and descent 270 m each.
After breakfast, we will cruise towards the island of Hvar. Our next port of call is the island's homonymous capital, from where we will start our bike tour. We ride through endless lavender fields and vineyards to Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island, founded in the 4th Century BC as the Greek colony of Pharos. Hvar is also the Adriatic island with the highest number of hours of sunshine and the mildest climate. After our on-board lunch in Stari Grad, we will make an easy bike tour to Jelsa and via Vrboska back to Stari Grad. In very hot weather, the afternoon bike ride will be cancelled and a longer swimming break is taken instead. Overnight stay in the harbour of Stari Grad, where you can take the opportunity to dine out at one of the local restaurants (20.4 resp. 21.8 km).
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 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 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. Overnight stay in the port of Trogir (18.6 km).
After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00 am.
Please note:
Itinerary and activities are subject to 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 itinerary
* Welcome snack
* Captain's dinner
* English and German speaking representatives during embarkation and disembarkation
* English and German speaking guides 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 city tour of Dubrovnik
* Guided city tour of Trogir


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 are payable in cash on board upon embarkation. These are in the 2023 season € 35 per person and week, € 17 for children up to 12 years; in the 2024 season € 42 per person and week, € 21 for children up to 12 years.

Tip recommendation: You will certainly be happy to reward the service crew’s performance with a tip. We recommend an amount from € 70 per cabin and week.


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