One way routes Trogir-Dubrovnik & Dubrovnik-Trogir are certainely the best way to visit the nicest places along the southern Adriatic in only one sailing week. You will start your sailing trip in one adriatic pearl, and finish it in another. On the way between them, you will see wonderful mediterranean islands, peninsulas and bays.
Both Trogir and Dubrovnik are historical towns worth visiting because of their stone beauty and abundance of historical stories. The old town of Trogir was founded by ancient Greeks and it is located on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo, only 10 minutes far from the ACI marina Trogir where our boats are located.
The old town of Dubrovnik is not necessary to describe: it is the most popular touristic destination in Croatia, with its medieval walls and fortresses, and a lot of cultural events. When you start or finish your sailing trip in Dubrovnik, it means that you will need to come to ACI marina Dubrovnik, in Komolac, which is only 15 minutes far from the old town of Dubrovnik, and we hope that you will have few hours to visit the beautiful Dubrovnik.
Sailing distance between Trogir and Dubrovnik is cca. 115 nm, and we suggest to organise your trip in the way that every day you need to cross the planned route. If you start your trip from Trogir, our suggested route is following: Trogir – island of Šolta (Šešula bay) – island of Hvar (Sv. Nedjelja) – Pelješac peninsula (Orebić) – island of Mljet (Prožura or Okuklje, with the national park Mljet) – Elafiti islands (Kobaš or Jakljan) – ACI marina Dubrovnik.
Our clients have recognized the advantages of the one way route and they confirm many one way bookings.
When we need to return boats to their home bases, we don’t charge clients for one way fees, and these special one way offers are called ONE WAY FREE OF CHARGE offers.
One way free of charge offers can be found on our website and in our newsletters.