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Explore History and Beauty On A Cruise Croatia Small Ship Voyage in 2025

Cruising on Bellissima
Bellissima [Image Cruise Croatia on Facebook]
Croatia is a beautiful country with many iconic historic cities to explore. One of the best ways to do this is on a Cruise Croatia small-ship voyage in 2025. Read on to find out more about the itineraries on offer for next year, along with a brief introduction to each city to visit along the way.

Cruise Croatia offers 105 voyages for 2025

Sail on the Ambassador [Image Cruise Croatia on Facebook]
Recently, Cruise Croatia opened bookings for its exciting 2025 small ship voyages around the country, on five vessels, launching from May through October. Bookings for next year’s lineup include seven-night sailings between Split and Dubrovnik, along the gorgeous Dalmatian Coast.

While cruising, guests can visit fascinating destinations, including Hvar, Korcula, Trogir and Vis, as well as Mljet and Krka National Parks.

‘Signature’ itinerary on M/S My Wish

Split, Croatia and sustainable tourism
Split, Croatia [Image by Michelle Raponi from Pixabay]
Next year, Cruise Croatia will also offer a new “Signature” itinerary on the 36-guest M/S My Wish. Launching on June 21 and September 20, the small ship vessel will sail from Split to Opatija. Moreover, guests will enjoy stops in Sibenik, Zadar, Losinj, Krk and Rab, along with the iconic and stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park.

‘Undiscovered hideaways’ only accessible on smaller vessels

While announcing the new itineraries, Graham Carter, co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer for Cruise Croatia, said:

With five luxury ships in operation, we have an unbeatable choice for customers to visit the most popular destinations in Croatia, as well as stunning, undiscovered hideaways only accessible via smaller vessels.

Making bookings with Cruise Croatia

Cruise Croatia in Korcula
Korcula [Image Cruise Croatia on Facebook]
Travelers who book any May 2025 sailing before June 30 will enjoy special perks and savings. This includes a €75 ($80) per cabin bar credit. It will also include a three-course, traditional Croatian dinner experience in Korcula. Visit Cruise Croatia’s website for more details and to make bookings for 2025.

Brief introduction to some of the destinations visited on the small ship cruises

– Explore historic Split

Split, Croatia
Split, Croatia [Image by Marijana from Pixabay]
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia after its capital, Zagreb. It is also the largest in Dalmatia and on the Croatian coast overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The city is best known for the ruins of the Palace of Diocletian (295-305 CE) and, along with historic royal residences, fortifications and churches in Split, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.

– Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Sea

Aerial view of Dubrovnik's harbor
Dubrovnik’s harbor [Image by Siggy Nowak from Pixabay]
The city of Dubrovnik nestles in southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea and is famous for its iconic Old Town, within massive stone walls from the 16th century. Among the buildings travelers should visit are the Renaissance Sponza Palace, the baroque St. Blaise Church and the Gothic Rector’s Palace, now a history museum. Travelers can also explore the pedestrianized Stradun, lined with shops and restaurants.

– Port and resort town on the island of Hvar

Hvar, Croatia
Hvar [Image by barbaragnelson from Pixabay]
Each summer, the harbor in Hvar fills with yachts, while ferries connect the town with the Pakleni Islands. Among the islands, visitors can enjoy secluded beaches, including Ždrilca Bay, pine forests and rocky coves. Meanwhile, Hula Hula Beach in Hvar and Stipanska Beach on Marinkovac Island are both known for lively nightlife.



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