Riviera Travel launches new yacht cruises


Riviera Travel launches new yacht cruises

Thursday, 07 Mar, 2024 0

Riviera Travel has expanded its yacht cruise programme with three new yacht cruise and tour itineraries

The itineraries, departing from May to September 2025, combine yacht sailings and land extensions.

Guests are able to book them from next week with a pre-sale now open.

The new options for 2025 are: Dubrovnik & Southern Croatia yacht cruise with Bosnia & Herzegovina tour: which is a 11-day itinerary, with guided tours of Dubrovnik and Split. Guests will call at the islands of Hvar and Mljet, as well as Korčula. Visits in Bosnia and Herzegovina include Mostar, Sarajevo and Trebinje.

Zadar and Islands of the North yacht cruise with Krka Waterfalls tour: a 10-day yacht cruise itinerary, featuring guided tours of Zadar and Trogir. Guests will cruise through the Kornati National Park and visit the Krka Waterfalls.

Split to Dubrovnik yacht cruise with Dalmatia & Plitvice Lakes tour an 11-day itinerary to the Plitvice Lakes National Park plus guided tours in Dubrovnik and a visit to Korčula. Guests will sail between islands, including Hvar and Mljet.

The new itineraries, all available from £2499pp, join the five current yacht cruises for 2025.

These include Split, Dubrovnik & the Splendours of Dalmatia, and Split, Rab & Undiscovered Islands of the North

These two yacht cruises are also available as solo trips.

Will Sarson, Head of Product Ocean and River at Riviera Travel, said: “Our yacht and tour itineraries give guests the best of both worlds with sailings on small, intimate vessels.” 

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