MS Agape Rose

**2019 Early Booking Special**

Book by 31st August 2018 for departures in 2019 and take advantage of our early booking reduction. 

Example prices:
– Depart from London – from £1,279 per person, departing 27th April 2019
– Depart from Manchester – from £1,699 per person, departing 4th May

The deluxe MS Agape Rose is a new boat built for the 2017 cruise season. This sleek, modern vessel is the ideal choice for a cruise along the Dalmatian Coast and through Croatia’s islands. Due to its size, the ship is small enough to berth in the many historic and atmospheric ports that litter the region. For your comfort, the ship features just 18 spacious, fully air-conditioned cabins, all with twin or queen-size beds and private en-suite bathrooms. Public spaces abound on the MS Agape Rose with an air-conditioned salon-restaurant, including fully equipped bar, leading out to an alfresco lounge area with comfortable sofas to relax in. A large sundeck allows room for all passengers to take in the ever-changing panoramas of this magical region.

Example itinerary…

One-way cruise from Dubrovnik to Split through Dalmatia’s enchanting islands on-board the brand new, deluxe MS Agape Rose. Take in scenic islands and be guided through historic ports including Dubrovnik, Hvar, Korcula, Split as well as the lesser known highlights of Sibenik and Trogir.

CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Historic and beautiful Sibenik, Croatia’s oldest mainland city
  • The World Heritage listed, artistic centre of Trogir
  • Magical Mljet, a stunning island national park

DAY 1 DUBROVNIK
Welcome to Dubrovnik! Embarkation aboard MS Agape Rose is from 14.00hrs. Your afternoon is at leisure to explore Dubrovnik. (D)

DAY 2 DUBROVNIK – SLANO
Time this morning to explore Dubrovnik’s fortified Old Town on a guided sightseeing tour. Afterwards, cruise to Slano where you will be able to join an optional Taste of Dalmatia Tour to Ston (to be paid locally). (B, L)

DAY 3 SLANO – MLJET – KORCULA
Discover the beauty of Mljet National Park during free time this morning when you may wish to take a boat ride to the Benedictine Abbey and Church of St. Mary. Arrive in Korcula and explore with a guided sightseeing tour followed by an evening at leisure to enjoy dinner at one of the many sea front restaurants. (B, L)

DAY 4 KORCULA – HVAR – VIS
Cruise north along the coast with a stop in one of the many secluded coves for a swim and lunch before an afternoon arrival in Hvar. Explore one of Croatia’s most popular islands of Hvar Town on a guided sightseeing tour before you cruise to the island of Vis where you will overnight. Enjoy a Captains dinner onboard. (B, D)

DAY 5 VIS – SIBENIK
Today you will cruise to the mainland city of Sibenik, the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic. Discover this historic and beautiful city at the mouth of the Krka River on a guided sightseeing tour. (B, L)

DAY 6 SIBENIK – KRKA NATIONAL PARK – TROGIR – SPLIT
Travel to Skradin, the entrance to the beautiful Krka National Park. On your walking tour wander along the footpaths surrounding the waterways and waterfalls before travelling to the historic city of Trogir, famous for its Romanesque and Renaissance architecture. Your final port of call today is Split, where you will embark on a guided sightseeing otur and marvel at this 1,700 year old World Heritage listed city and its famous Diocletian’s Palace. (B, D)

DAY 7 SPLIT – PUCISCA – OMIS
Your voyage continues to Pucisca on the island of Brac to visit the famous Stonemasonry School. Continue to ancient Omis, once notorious due to the pirates of Omis whose ships were a centuries-long symbol of retaliation, courage and strength. Discover at leisure the remaining legacies of those famous days. (B, L)

DAY 8 OMIS
Your cruise concludes on disembarkation in Omis. (B)

*The itinerary in the reverse direction (Trogir-Dubrovnik) varies slightly to the above.

Local tax not included and payable locally, approx 40 euros per person.

Optional guided walking tours of Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar & Split + £88 per person.

Departure Dates – (Always Departing on a Saturday)

Dubrovnik to Omis
4th & 18th August 2018
1st, 10th & 29th September 2018
13th October 2018
27th April 2019
11th & 25th May 2019
8th & 22nd June 2019
6th & 20th July 2019
3rd, 17th & 24th August 2019
14th & 28th September 2019
12th October 2019

Omis to Dubrovnik 

11th & 25th August 2018
8th & 22nd September 2018
6th October 2018
20th April 2019
4th & 18th May 2019
1st, 15th & 29th June 2019
13th & 27th July 2019
10th & 24th August 2019
7th & 21st September 2019
5th October 2019