Sailing route Rogoznica South I 7 days
Rogoznica – Maslinica – Stari Grad – Pakleni islands – Komiža – Vis - Trogir
7 days sailing route from Marina Frapa in Rogoznica to the South includes some of the most popular and beautiful destinations on the islands of Middle Dalmatia.
Marina Frapa Resort in Rogoznica is one of the most beautiful and well-equipped marinas in this area of the Mediterranean, with the offer of 462 fully equipped berths in the sea. Available yachts for charter: sailing yachts, catamarans, motor yachts, and small motorboats. Rogoznica is easily accessible from Split International airport, 30 minutes driving along the coastline.
Day 1 ROGOZNICA - ŠOLTA (Maslinica) 15NM
Maslinica is the only settlement on the west coast of the island of Šolta. In front of it lies a beautiful archipelago of seven islets. The beauty of the surrounding nature is in harmony with the old castle's historical, architectural, and environmental values and picturesque stone houses.
Day 2 ŠOLTA (Maslinica) - HVAR (Stari Grad) 21NM
Stari Grad is an ideal sailing destination, perfect for long walks along the city promenades. Taverns and restaurants with healthy homemade food and traditionally good island wines will provide you with a vacation you will never forget. Stari Grad is one of the oldest towns in Europe and the oldest in Croatia.
Day 3 HVAR (Stari Grad) - PAKLENI ISLANDS 13NM
The crystal-clear waters, hidden beaches and deserted lagoons of the Pakleni Islands, and gorgeous chain of wooded isles that stretch out immediately in front of the town Hvar. Your oasis of peace you can find in ACI Marina Palmižana or one of its anchorage bays, Vinogradišće, Taršće, Soline…
Day 4 PAKLENI ISLANDS - VIS (Komiža) 20 NM
It’s a typical Mediterranean fisherman village where fishing was born on the Adriatic Sea's east side. Komiza has always been proud of the fisherman’s history, whose remains can be found in the Fisherman’s museum in the old Venetian tower on the promenade, the only one in Croatia.
Day 5 VIS (Komiža) - VIS (Town) 16NM
On the way to Vis port, we recommend a visit to the natural phenomenon Blue Cave on the island of Biševo (5NM) and the famous Stiniva cove on the southern coast of the island of Vis.
Sailing around the island, you will encounter several beautiful bays which are recognizable on the crystal clear sea. Bays: Stončica, Zaglav, Srebrna, Mala Travna, Stiniva, Vela Smokova.
The port of Vis is one of the most famous sailing destinations on the Adriatic.
Day 6 VIS - TROGIR 52NM
As the last stop for this sailing route, our choice is the charming little town of Trogir. Before sailing into Trogir, you can spend the afternoon on the anchor in Blue Lagoon, Krknjaši. This anchorage is very popular because of its crystal clear turquoise and shallow waters.
Trogir is a city museum and a place where there is an attraction behind every corner. Greek colonists from the island of Vis founded the city of Trogir in the 3rd century B.C. It considers being the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in Central Europe.
Since 1997. is under UNESCO protection. Well preserved city walls, doors, and palaces, several churches, and monasteries. St. John’s cathedral with the masterpiece Portal of Master Radovan is just part of what you can expect to see in this charming little town.
In Trogir, you can search for a berth in one of its three marinas, ACI marina Trogir, SCT Marina, or Yacht Club Seget- Marina Baotić.
Day 7 TROGIR - ROGOZNICA 16NM
On the way back to Rogoznica, you can make a stop in the bay of Stari Trogir. It`s a beautiful and wide bay with sandy beaches and shallow water. Anchorage is well protected from all winds except E and SE. In Stari Trogir Bay, you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling in a crystal clear, turquoise sea. If you are sailing with kids, they will love it.