We will pick you up at hotel or apartment, included in price for Dubrovnik area. Morning option start at 10:00am and afternoon starts at 2:00pm. Pickup is usually 15 min prior to departure, depending where you are staying.
All of our skippers are locals who know the area very well, so they can tell you about the places you’re seeing, as well as provide advice to make your tour as fun, efficient, and safe as possible. Fuel is also included in the price, so you don’t have to worry about unexpected costs or charges. Water (still & sparkling), soft drinks, and beer are available throughout the tour free of charge. With Snorkel Masks and Underwater Camera you will have great fun and also keep nice memories. We can send you photos or transfer them to your phone after the tour. Boat is equipped with a Sound system, so you can listen to your own music or simply enjoy the peace and quiet of nature. Our brand new Quicksilver 675 speedboat takes 8 passages but we limit the capacity to 7 persons for maximum comfort. Boat will also have a Bimini (Sun Cover), XL Flat Sundeck, Small Cabin to Change, Shower to wash off the sand from the beach, because your comfort is our top priority.
• 4 hours (half-day) : This option gives you enough time to see one Island properly, or two islands briefly. It take approximately 20 min to reach closest island Koločep, which has a Blue Cave, nice private bays surrounded by cliffs, and two quaint villages. There is no car traffic on islands this small, so you can really feel relaxed. Lopud Island is next up, about another 10 min up the coast. Lopud is famous for the beautiful sandy beach Šunj, where the shallow water is perfect especially for families with kids. On the northern part of the Island is a small town where you will find an old monastery and church, a couple of restaurants, and one of the region’s oldest botanical gardens. The gardens are nice and shady, so it’s a great place for a cool walk on a hot afternoon. The third main Elaphiti Island, and the furthest away from Dubrovnik, is Šipan. A fisherman’s paradise with a population of only 500, Šipan is the largest and most rural of the three islands. Its fertile valleys are used for local wine and olive oil production, but it is also the place to look for domestic figs, almonds, oranges, and of course rakija (the local brandy).