If you find out Five Islands Tour too overwhelming, we have a solution for you: Two islands Speed Boat Tour!
The reason we’re the only ones that are able to do this tour with itinerary shown below is the uniqueness of our route: we are taking you to the closer side of Hvar island, to our private bay with a private beach and a restaurant!
This cuts down the navigation to only 11 miles (instead of 24 miles), or down to only 30 minutes, instead of more than an hour, in each direction!
We take you to Hvar town by our vehicles, it’s exactly 2 km, or 5 minutes away! PERFECT FOR SPLIT?S VISITORS FROM CRUISE SHIPS.
After free time for sightseeing, we take you back to the boat.
But first, grilled lunch at the beach! (If chosen, of course)
When you’re done enjoying your tasty meal and swimming in a private bay, we’re off to Zlatni Rat Bol beach, Brač island.
This route, again, makes out navigation time 50% less than any other, meaning it would take us 30 minutes to reach our top destination. After few hours spent there, we’re back to Split.
Our route is explained HERE
Meeting location & time
We meet at the very waterfront promenade Riva, where all the boats and booths are. Right in front of the Diocletian Palace’s southern basements entrance.
Tour starts when everyone is accounted for and seated on the speed boat.
Arrival to our private bay.
Free time for sightseeing.
Back to the bay for lunch and swimming
5 minutes to get back. Enjoy your amazingly tasty grilled lunch
Free time fow swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing before the lunch.
Lunch – if chosen
Grilled lunch in the private bay restaurant. Also, you can swim without disturbance, it’s private and peaceful.
Departure to Zlatni rat
Grilled lunch in the private bay restaurant. Also. you can swim without disturbance, it’s private and peaceful.
Zlatni rat beach
Enjoy the most famous Mediterranean beach.
Departure to Split
On our way back to Split.
Arrival to Split
We’re home. Thank you for joining us. 🙂
No lunch included, but easily organized in a private bay on Hvar island.
Besides camera for taking amazing photos along memories with you, we recommend to bring:
Well, primarily by filling out the booking form and using PayPal. If you don't have it, you can pay after you've received an invoice by us, upon your booking inquiry. For booking any of our tours, you can pay only the down payment of 20%, while the doue amount can be paid on the day.
Yes you can, we have a credit card machine on the boat.
When you fill out "tour cart"requested fields, you'll get an E-mail confirmation upon payment.
Another easy question: you’ll get an E-mail, SMS/Whatsapp/Viber etc confirmation, and a booking voucher.
Any tour can be cancelled or postponed up to 48 hours prior to departure. That way you can get full refund, exchange for some other tour or you can postpone for some other day more suitable to your free time arrangements.
Well, we always try to keep in touch with our guests by exchanging full contact data: E-mails, phone numbers, accommodation address and contacts. If you are running late or not showing up, we’d appreciate if you called us you’re running late or similar. That way we can make an estimate can we find the time to wait for you, in order for you not to miss your tour. If you just do not show up, without 48h notice, unfortunately, you lose your deposit (same as missing your flight, eg).
Since we are talking about a boat tour at the sea, the thing that could prevent tour from happening is non-adequate weather forecast. In that case, you’d be informed and offered few options: full refund, postponing for some other day, or booking some other tour. If the weather gets bad during the tour itself (rise of the wind and waves, heavy rain etc), since it lasts for almost 12 hours, our captains reserve the right to alter the route and/or destinations after consulting with management and you (guests on board) because safety of our passengers always comes first. If by any chance the Blue cave itself gets closed due to the unfavorable weather conditions during the tour, guests would be refunded the Blue cave admission fee.