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MS Dalmatinac

Port of Trogir - Central Dalmatia

Comfort Plus

Description

The MS Dalmatinac is a classic-style wooden ship that has been travelling the Croatian Adriatic on Blue Cruises for many years. Captain Ivan Ercegović bought it in the winter of 2023/2024 and expressed his desire to join the Riva fleet. Ivan is no stranger to us – he can look back on around 30 years of experience in tourist seafaring. Initially as a sailor – also on various ships in the Riva fleet – later as captain in charge.

General data: Length 23 metres, built in 1957, reconstructed in 2002. 20 beds in 10 cabins with shower/WC and individually adjustable air conditioning.

Main deck: 6 twin cabins with bunk beds.
Upper deck: 4 twin cabins with bunk beds.

Other: Sun deck (90 m²) with 15 deck chairs, 1 table with benches and chairs on deck for 20 people, saloon with air conditioning for 20 people.

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

Minimum number of participants: 15 persons

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

Extras
Category: Comfort Plus
Max. 20 Persons
Cabins with Shower/WC
Air condition
Free Wi-Fi
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We will be happy to assist you with any questions
Monday – Friday
Saturday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
 
+49 (0) 89 23 11 000
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Details

Year of construction: 1957
Reconstructed: 2002
Length over all (m): 23.00 m
Sun deck: 90 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: Yes
Extras
Shower/toilet: 1


Location

Port of Trogir - Central Dalmatia

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.