MS Agape Rose

**Holiday of the Month**

We are currently offering a special reduced rate on this holiday for clients who book with us during January 2018, see details below. This is strictly subject to availability and conditions so please do contact us asap to reconfirm prices and place your booking with us…

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 sun deck 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.


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

Welcome to Dubrovnik! Embarkation aboard MS Agape Rose is from 14.00hrs. Your afternoon is at leisure to explore Dubrovnik.

Enjoy free time to further explore on your own, or join an optional guided walk of Dubrovnik’s fortified Old Town. Cruise to the island of Mljet with a short stop at Slano to join an optional Taste of Dalmatia Tour to Ston (to be paid locally).

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 on Korcula for and optional guided walk tour followed by an evening at leisure to enjoy dinner at one of the many sea front restaurants.

Cruise north along the coast with a stop in one of the many secluded coves for swimming and lunch before an afternoon arrival in Hvar. Enjoy free time to explore one of Croatia’s most popular islands or join an optional guided walk tour of Hvar Town before cruising to the island of Vis for overnight.

Start the day with an optional guided tour of Vis before cruising to the mainland city of Šibenik, the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic. Discover this historic and beautiful city at the mouth of the Krka River at your leisure or join an optional guided walking tour.

After an early departure, cruise to Krka and discover the beauty of its National Park as part of an optional excursion. Your cruise will travel south to the historic city of Trogir, famous for its Romanesque and Renaissance architecture (which flourished under Venetian rule). Discover at your leisure or join the optional guided walking tour.

Your voyage continues to Pucisca on the island of Brac. Explore at leisure or join the optional visit to the famous Stonemasonry School. Continue to ancient Omis, where you can embark on an optional excursion on the Cetina River. In the afternoon arrive at your final port of call, Split. the rest of your afternoon is at leisure or embark on an optional guided city walk.

Your cruise concludes on disembarkation in Split.

*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.

Special offer price based on departing in April or October, please ask for other dates.