Discover the Balkans by sailing the Adriatic and Ionian Seas!

Explore Croatia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece on a cruise!
Full Board Cabin Cruise in the Balkans
Departure Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Full board
8 days, 7 nights
You will love:
  • • Old Town of Budva
  • • UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • • Crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea
2 000 €
per person

With its rich history and strong ties to the sea, set sail along the Balkan Peninsula to uncover 4 countries full of myths, mysteries and arguably some of the best scenery in Europe. Bordered by the Adriatic and Ionian Seas explore Croatia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece like never before, by visiting some of their greatest historical treasures such as Montenegro’s island “Our Lady of Rocks.”

Your Boat


Welcome aboard the Callisto! Renovated in 2016, the boat features 17 cabins offering a comfortable and friendly living space. The lounge/bar is ideal for relaxing while the outdoor dining room is the perfect place to gaze at the stars. Indulge in swimming and sunbathing with no effort as there are an array of deck chairs and a swimming platform at the rear of the boat.

Boat Model:Callisto
Type:Motor boat
Number of Cabins:17
Maximum Capacity:34
Crew Members:17
Comfort onboard:

Air-conditioned cabins
Living room
Indoor & outdoor dining room
Sun deck equipped with deckchairs
Swimming platform
Beach towels
Fishing and snorkeling equipment
Small library
The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin

This yacht has 17 cabins (5 Category P , 6 Category A, 4 Category B and 2 Category C).
All cabins are air-conditioned (individually adjustable) and equipped with television, telephone (for internal use only), music, safe, mini refrigerator, bathroom with shower, hair dryer and private toilets.
Note: some category B & C cabins can be converted into triple cabins and accommodate up to 3 adults.

Double Cabin- Categroy P
Double Cabin- Categroy P

These cabins on the main deck are equipped with a large window and a double or twin bed.

Double Cabin- Category A
Double Cabin- Category A

These cabins on the main deck are equipped with a large window and a double or twin bed.

Double Cabin - Category B
Double Cabin - Category B

These cabins located on the lower deck are equipped with large windows and two twin bed.

Double Cabin- Category C
Double Cabin- Category C

These cabins located at the rear of the lower deck are equipped with large Windows and two twin beds.



The captain and crew take care of everything aboard the Callisto, relax and enjoy your cruise along the coast of the Balkan Peninsula. Extended stopovers during the daytime give you the opportunity to explore these four countries at your own pace. Visit the historic cities, indulge in traditional cuisine or take a hike to get a better view of the incredible landscape… it’s all up to you!

Day 1: Dubrovnik (Croatia)
The Captain and his crew will welcome you as you board the Callisto between 3pm and 4pm. After a welcome cocktail with them and the other passengers, make yourself familiar with the boat and settle into your cabin. Enjoy your first dinner on board prepared with local produce. Night at port.

Day 2: Dubrovnik - Korcula (Croatia)
The captain and crew set sail early heading for the island Korcula. A stop during the crossing to take a swim in the warm crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea is the best way to get your day of discovery started. After arriving at the port, you have the option of visiting Old Town Korcula to explore its city walls and uncover the secrets they may hold. Also, you have the choice of and excursion to Lumbarda located in the east of the island for a wine tasting. White wine and white beaches are one of the best parts about this island. Dinner and night on board.

Day 3: Korcula - Budva (Montenegro)
Early morning dip anyone? After breakfast the captain will drop the anchor in the Adriatic Sea. Not long after you will reach Bar, Montenegro’s main port. We recommend you explore the ancient town of Budva, one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic Coast with its first mention of settlement in 5th century B.C. Don't miss the square in front of Santa Maria del Punta church for a breathtaking view of the church and the Ricardova Glava Beach. Dinner and night on board.

Day 4: Budva - Saranda (Albania) - Corfu (Greece)
In the morning, you will arrive at Saranda, Albania. This small charming town is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Butrint. It is the largest collection of ancient ruins in Albania with some dating back to 800BC. This optional excursion is one that is hard to pass. You will set sail again in the early afternoon to reach the island of Corfu, in the Ionian Sea. There is an optional tour of its historic center, also classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dinner and night at port.

Day 5 : Corfu - Antipaxos - Paxos (Greece)
The crew casts off at dawn sailing to the small island of Antipaxos. Dive into the warm waters of Ionian Sea using the swim platform. After, you will head back to the port of Paxos. Upon arrival, take the time to wander the narrow streets of this peaceful island. Dinner and night at the port.

Day 6: Antipaxos - Corfu
The captain leaves the port and head for the lush green island of Corfu. You have the option of participating in a backcountry tour. If not, roam the winding streets of the city and marvel at the architecture around you. See the Church of Saint Spyridon with it’s red-domed bell tower and view the saint’s relics inside of the church. Afterwards grab a coffee on Eleftherias Street which is a replica of the arcades of Rue de Rivoli in Paris. You return to the boat early afternoon heading for Kotor. Dinner and night on board.

Day 7 : Corfu - Kotor (Montenegro)
The first thing you will see when you wake up is the panorama view of the Bay of Kotor and its glorious mountains. Known simply as Boka, the bay is often described as being Europe’s southernmost fjord, but it is a submerged river valley. Your first steps ashore will be in the ancient city of Kotor. Here you have options of relaxing by the bay or journey to the old town accompanied by a guide. Dinner and night at sea.

Day 8: Kotor - Dubrovnik
After a night sailing, you will arrive in Dubrovnik in the early morning and disembark after breakfast around 9am.

Note: Swimming stops in Croatia and Montenegro are subject to permission from local authorities.

Your stops:

Dubrovnik > Korcula > Budva > Saranda > Corfou > Antipaxos > Paxos > Corfou > Kotor > Dubrovnik

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions


Departure / ReturnDouble Cabin- Categroy PPrice incl. VAT per personDouble Cabin- Category APrice incl. VAT per personDouble Cabin - Category BPrice incl. VAT per personDouble Cabin- Category CPrice incl. VAT per person
July 2020
Friday 03 Jul
Friday 10 Jul
3 250 €3 100 €2 300 €2 000 €
Friday 17 Jul
Friday 24 Jul
3 250 €3 100 €2 300 €2 000 €
August 2020
Friday 28 Aug
Friday 04 Sep
3 250 €3 100 €2 300 €2 000 €
September 2020
Friday 04 Sep
Friday 11 Sep
3 250 €3 100 €2 300 €2 000 €
Friday 11 Sep
Friday 18 Sep
3 250 €3 100 €2 300 €2 000 €
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Price includes• Double cabin with private bathroom (categories P, A, B, C)
• English crew services
• Full board (dinner day 1 to breakfast day 8)
• Welcome Cockatil
• Captain's Dinner
• Beverages: water, tea, filter coffee
• Snorkeling and fishing equipment (subject to availability)
• Guaranteed departure (from 12 participants)
Price does not include• Flights
• Transfers between airport and boat
• Drinks: juice and alcohol
• Tips for the crew (11 to 14 € /day /person)
• Personal Expenses
• Wifi connection (extra charge)
• Optional excursions and visits
• Port Taxes (350 € /person)
• Single Use surcharge


The official currency on board is the euro.
For EU residents, a valid passport or Id card is needed. Nationals of other countries should check with the consulate of their country of origin for information on formalities.
If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 25%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.
To confirm your booking you should inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will put an option (hold) on the cabin for a certain time until we receive your down payment.
The booking will only be considered final once your down payment has been recieved (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card) which is 50% of the total amount. A 100% down payment is required for any booking made less than one month before departure.
The balance should be paid no later than one month before boarding.
The departure of your cruise is subject to a minimum number of 12 passengers. In the event that this minimum is not reached, your Globe Sailor advisor will contact you no later than 60 days before your departure date, in order to propose an extension of the date.
The on-board program is delivered daily to your cabin. You will find the schedules of your day: excursions, equipment, meals, activities... We suggest you read it carefully, and always have it with you. In stopover, it will also be of invaluable help (sailing times, boat contacts in case of emergency, useful addresses...).
During your cruise, you benefit from the full board formula, including breakfasts, lunches (buffet) and dinners. Water, tea and coffee (filter) are at your disposal all day long. Check the terms and conditions of your quote. Your adviser will be able to send you the menus proposed on board. They are often prepared with fresh and local products. Please inform us as soon as possible if you have any specific dietary requirements!
NB: Meals served in restaurants are single course and you are free to choose your table. During the day, you can arrive in casual attire (bathing suits and bare feet are not accepted; men must wear a T-shirt). In the evening, a more dressed outfit is recommended.
Your flight tickets are not included in your booking but can be booked by the GlobeSailor team. All you have to do is specify it to your advisor when you book your cruise.
After you have made your booking the base manager will contact you to give you more information on your cruise. Make sure you confirm what time you will be arriving and also your flight details. A taxi or minibus can meet you at the airport and bring you directly to the boat at an extra cost.

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