A one-way sail along the Dalmatian Coast allows us to see several amazing ports that would be out of reach if we returned to the same base.
In the middle of the sail is the small island of Scedro where the tiny bay of Monastir, named for the former monastery located on the hill over looking the beautiful bay, is now occupied by a lone, family-run tavern with excellent hospitality. Also, there’s the ancient Venetian trading port of Korcula. Another perfectly preserved small fortress city, a smaller version of Dubrovnik, this port is well worth the stop.
There are several stops on Brac Island to select from when leaving Split for the first overnight: Sutivan and Milne are two favorites. Hvar is a livey port visited by large and small yachts – we often overnight at Palmizana to avoid the crowd; it has a ferry that brings you quickly over to Hvar. And the last stop is a gem – Dubrovnik.