Sailing Routes Split Croatia - Routes from Rogač

Suggested Sailing Routes from Rogač (Split)

In this section we offer you four 7-day route suggestions based on either culture or nature itinerary as well as two 14-day suggestions based on the combination of culture and nature itinerary.

7 day itinerary suggestions toward south and north

Culture - Apart from the crystal-clear sea, the Adriatic region offers an interesting mosaic of historical heritage. On the boundary between East and West, it is a bastion of cultural wealth, exhibiting beautiful art, architectural splendour and harmony of proportion and tradition.
Culture, south, Culture, north

Nature - The "Nature" itineraries offer the possibility of visiting numerous national/nature parks of the Adriatic region - one of the rare ecologically preserved areas of Europe.
Nature, south, Nature, north

14 day itinerary suggestions toward Dubrovnik or Kornati archipelago

Dubrovnik, Kornati archipelago

ROUTE SUGGESTION - CULTURE, SOUTH

Route type: cultural sights
Departure point: Rogac, island Solta near Split
Route duration: 7 days
Route direction: south

1. day (Saturday) Rogac - Milna (island Brac)
Alternative: Stomorska bay (island Solta), Bobovisce bay (Brac)
2. day (Sunday) Milna - Blaca bay (Brac) - Bol (Brac) - Stari Grad (island Hvar)
3. day (Monday) Stari Grad - Pakleni islands, ACI marina Palmizana
Alternative: town Hvar
4. day (Tuesday) Palmizana - Komiza (island Vis)
5. day (Wednesday) Komiza - island Bisevo (Modra spilja/Blue cave) - town Vis (island Vis)
6. day (Thursday) Vis - Maslinica bay (island Solta)
Alternative: Sesula bay (island Solta)
7. day (Friday) Maslinica bay - Krknjasi bay (island Drvenik Veli) - Rogac
8. day (Saturday) Check-out

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General note:
The suggested route can be used only in case of favourable weather conditions. In case of bad weather, correct the route on your own by using nautical maps and pilot books. A day or two before your disembarkation be sure to sail as near to the base marina as possible.

ROUTE SUGGESTION - CULTURE, NORTH

Route type: cultural sights
Departure point: Rogac, island Solta near Split
Route duration: 7 days
Route direction: north

1. day (Saturday) Rogac - Maslinica (island Solta)
Alternative: Sesula bay (island Solta)
2. day (Sunday) Maslinica bay - island Zlarin
Alternative: island Prvic
3. day (Monday) Zlarin - Skradin (NP Krka)
4. day (Tuesday) Skradin - Sibenik - Tribunj
5. day (Wednesday) Tribunj - Primosten
6. day (Thursday) Primosten - Trogir
7. day (Friday) Trogir - Krknjasi bay (island Drvenik Veli) - Rogac
8. day (Saturday) Check-out

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General note:
The suggested route can be used only in case of favourable weather conditions. In case of bad weather, correct the route on your own by using nautical maps and pilot books. A day or two before your disembarkation be sure to sail as near to the base marina as possible.

ROUTE SUGGESTION - NATURE, SOUTH

Route type: nature
Departure point: Rogac, island Solta near Split
Route duration: 7 days
Route direction: south

1. day (Saturday) Rogac - Stipanska bay (island Brac)
Alternative: Osibova bay or Lucica bay (Brac)
2. day (Sunday) Stipanska bay - Blaca bay (Brac) - Bol (Brac) - Tiha bay (island Hvar)
3. day (Monday) Tiha bay - Pakleni islands, ACI marina Palmizana
4. day (Tuesday) Palmizana - Komiza (island Vis)
5. day (Wednesday) Komiza - island Bisevo (Modra spilja/Blue cave) - town Vis (island Vis)
6. day (Thursday) Vis - Sesula bay
7. day (Friday) Sesula bay - Krknjasi bay (island Drvenik Veli) - Rogac
8. day (Saturday) Check-out

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General note:
The suggested route can be used only in case of favourable weather conditions. In case of bad weather, correct the route on your own by using nautical maps and pilot books. A day or two before your disembarkation be sure to sail as near to the base marina as possible.

ROUTE SUGGESTION - NATURE, NORTH

Route type: nature
Departure point: Rogac, island Solta near Split
Route duration: 7 days
Route direction: north

1. day (Saturday) Rogac - Sesula bay
2. day (Sunday) Sesula bay - island Kaprije
3. day (Monday) Kaprije - NP Kornati: island Lavsa or Piskera
4. day (Tuesday) NP Kornati - Telascica bay (island Dugi Otok, nature park)
5. day (Wednesday) Telascica bay - cape Opat (island Kornat)
6. day (Thursday) Opat - Primosten
7. day (Friday) Primosten - Krknjasi bay - Rogac
8. day (Saturday) Check-out

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General note:
The suggested route can be used only in case of favourable weather conditions. In case of bad weather, correct the route on your own by using nautical maps and pilot books. A day or two before your disembarkation be sure to sail as near to the base marina as possible. Before heading toward Kornati islands be sure to have taken enough food and drink, since the Kornati archipelago is uninhabited and therefore there are no shops within marinas.

ROUTE SUGGESTION - DUBROVNIK

Route type: Dubrovnik
Departure point: Rogac, island Solta near Split
Route duration: 14 days
Route direction: south

1. day (Saturday) Rogac - Stipanska bay (island Brac)
Alternative: Osibova bay or Lucica bay (Brac)
2. day (Sunday) Stipanska bay - Blaca bay (Brac) - Bol (Brac) - Vrbovska (island Hvar)
Alternative: Jelsa or Zukova bay (island Hvar)
3. day (Monday) Vrbovska - Stari Grad
Alternative: Tiha bay (island Hvar)
4. day (Tuesday) Tiha bay - Pakleni islands, ACI marina Palmizana
5. day (Wednesday) Palmizana - island Scedro - Korcula (island Korcula)
6. day (Thursday) Korcula - Polace (island Mljet)
7. day (Friday) Polace - Dubrovnik
8. day (Saturday) Dubrovnik - Pomena (island Mljet)
9. day (Sunday) Pomena - NP Mljet - island Lastovo
10. day (Monday) Lastovo - island Proizd - Vela Luka (island Korcula)
Alternative: Tri luke bay (island Korcula)
11. day (Tuesday) Vela Luka - Komiza (island Vis)
12. day (Wednesday) Komiza - town Vis (island Vis)
13. day (Thursday) Vis - Krknjasi bay (island Drvenik Veli) - Maslinica (island Solta)
14. day (Friday) Maslinica - Rogac
15. day (Saturday) Check-out

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General note:
The suggested route can be used only in case of favourable weather conditions. In case of bad weather, correct the route on your own by using nautical maps and pilot books. A day or two before your disembarkation be sure to sail as near to the base marina as possible.

ROUTE SUGGESTION - KORNATI ARCHIPELAGO

Route type: Kornati archipelago
Departure point: Rogac, island Solta near Split
Route duration: 14 days
Route direction: north

1. day (Saturday) Rogac - Sesula bay (island Solta)
Alternative: Osibova bay or Lucica bay (Brac)
2. day (Sunday) Sesula bay - island Kaprije
Alternative: Jelsa or Zukova bay (island Hvar)
3. day (Monday) Kaprije - NP Kornati: island Lavsa or Piskera
4. day (Tuesday) NP Kornati - Telascica bay (island Dugi Otok, nature park)
5. day (Wednesday) Telascica bay - cape Opat (island Kornat)
6. day (Thursday) Opat - Primosten
7. day (Friday) Primosten - Krknjasi bay (island Drvenik Veli)
8. day (Saturday) Krknjasi bay - Komiza (island Vis)
9. day (Sunday) Komiza - island Bisevo - town Vis (island Vis)
10. day (Monday) Vis - Pakleni islands, ACI marina Palmizana
11. day (Tuesday) Palmizana - Stari Grad (island Hvar)
12. day (Wednesday) Stari Grad - Jelsa (island Hvar)
13. day (Thursday) Jelsa - Bol (Brac) - Blaca bay (Brac) - Milna (Brac)
14. day (Friday) Milna - Rogac
15. day (Saturday) Check-out

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General note:
The suggested route can be used only in case of favourable weather conditions. In case of bad weather, correct the route on your own by using nautical maps and pilot books. A day or two before your disembarkation be sure to sail as near to the base marina as possible.
Before heading toward Kornati islands be sure to have taken enough food and drink, since the Kornati archipelago is uninhabited and therefore there are no shops within marinas.

 

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