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About Deep Sea Yachting
Private daily excursions on different locations. Visit a spectacular Blue Cave, fabulous Hell islands, famous Hvar, amazing Golden horn. All can be visited with us.
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Tours and Tickets by Deep Sea Yachting

Blue Lagoon by Three Island Tour

Cruise through the Dalmatian Islands, stopping at the Blue Lagoon, Necujam, Maslinica, and Ciovo. This multi-stop tour lets you get a true feel for the islands; jumping off the boat here and there to snorkel using the provided equipment. A full grilled lunch and an open bar are available on board the boat to keep you fueled up for adventure.
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9 hours
from $65.35

Blue Cave and Surrounding Islands Boat Trip from Split

Cruise to some of Croatia's top beaches and islands on a full-day boat tour from Split that let's you spend a day on the water without the stress of ferry schedules. Swim and snorkel in the glowing Blue Cave of Bisevo Island, take in the view from Hvar Fortress, and swim at one of Europe’s most beautiful beaches, Stiniva Cove. A small group size and friendly crew lend a personal touch to your Adriatic voyage.
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10 hours
from $124.05

Private daily rent

Explore Croatia’s magnificent coastline, and tailor the experience to your own interests, with this convenient, private speedboat rental. Choose a pickup time and place in Split that work best for your schedule, and you’ll be transferred directly to the harbor. Upon arrival, hop aboard your speedboat, which will be operated by your own skipper. Set off to explore your preferred sights, and enjoy onboard conveniences like Wi-Fi, snorkeling equipment, a fridge, radio, and more. Multi-day rentals are also available, if preferred.
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10 hours
from $814.47

All Day Tour to Hvar and Pakleni Islands from Split

Cruise the Pakleni Islands then visit the UNESCO-listed town of Hvar on a full-day boat tour from Split that includes port transfer, and snorkel equipmen. Swim off a picture-perfect beach, explore hidden coves, and enjoy independent time in a historic seaside city with 13th-century fortifications and cobble stone streets.
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10 hours
from $110.28
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Danicitaa wrote a review Aug 2020
Santiago, Chile6 contributions18 helpful votes
We spent an amazing time during the tour. The crew, Andrea and Marin, were professional and friendly. The tour itself is spectacular, all the spots visited are worth checking and enjoyable. Beautiful sights! The time flies when you are having fun!!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Timothy H wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom10 contributions12 helpful votes
This would be more 7 out of 10 ie recommended but only after exploring Split old town, going to Kraka waterfalls and Plitvice at least. The tour was small group, the boat really nice and we were taken good care of so the issue is not with the tour operator. The main problem us the blue cave is underwhelming. The key issue is it's a 2 hour wait and thats with Covid. It would normally be 3 hours plus our guide told us for peak season. This is for a 7 minute experience. The cave looks stunning in my photos but it is really rather small and I wasn't that impressed. Only worth it if you care about the photos more than the experience. Then covid meant no flotation devices or snorkeling equipment was available. So 'the worlds most beautiful beach' was only accessible to strong swimmers aa it was in deep water. My daughter loved this thogh as she is a good swimmer. I was left on the boat though with the majority of our group. Spending time on the boat speeding between Islands was cool and some stops were nicce, notably Hvar. I would recommend island hopping, just a different itinerary avoiding the blue cave.
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axodry wrote a review Oct 2019
Darmstadt, Germany52 contributions2 helpful votes
If you don’t expect too much, this is a nice day trip. The „Blue Lagoon“ is not bluer than the rest of the sea, but a day on the boat is fun. And the served fish is delicious...
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10sChick wrote a review Oct 2019
Portland, Oregon263 contributions215 helpful votes
I'm going to start off by saying that I get motion & sea sick very easily and although I didn't want to miss out on doing an island hopping tour, I researched heavily to find the best possible situation that was also affordable so I could enjoy this experience. In the search, you will find many tour companies have Zodiac style speed boats with giddy-up straddle-me type rows of seats. If you're looking for bouncing thrills and water spray at 8am (NOT), then these might be fine. Also keep in mind the first leg of this journey to the blue caves is 90 minutes! Fast forward to this company -- Deep Sea Yachting with their Mercan speed boats that sit higher up in the water and have many comfortable seating options plus a long back deck that you can lay out on while the boat is cruising later in the day. It was 100% worth the extra 20-30€ per ticket over competitor prices. We felt like we were living luxuriously on this roomy boat with lots of space for people and their bags with towels etc. And you will want to bring a backpack with your towel (they don't provide them) and layers you can shed as the temps heat up later in the day. Nobody got wet or ANY spray from the sea while cruising. They also allow you to bring food or drink of your own on board and have a built in cooler to store these items. They do provide bottled water to their guests. Our onboard crew, Marko and Martina were excellent, charming and very welcoming. Marko was a great boat driver, appreciated especially on the ride back at the end of the day when waters were much choppier. We did the 5 island tour and my only feedback to deep sea yachting is the amount of time we spent having lunch on a secluded bay on Hvar island. They allowed an hour, but it took way longer than that to have a very expensive, just OK lunch. They must have a partnership with this restaurant. Would have rather skipped this entirely and spent 2-3 hours in the main part of Hvar marina where we could have had on our own and still had time to walk around Hvar and hike up to the fortress. Instead we had just 1 hour here and it flew by. My other BIG tip to tourists is that the swim cove that you stop at (Stiniva Cove) is stunning! Boats can only get up so close, so you MUST jump in and swim to the beach which is a healthy swim. Once on the beach, we wished we had our cell phones (for pictures) and some money (since there's a bar on the beach), so pack a waterproof pouch to bring this stuff to the beach with you!!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
3 Helpful votes
chris wrote a review Sep 2019
2 contributions
Me and my friend had a great time on this tour. The sailors Andrea and Luka were amazing and they were very knowledgeable about every location. They gave us tips on where to eat and shop and they were very focused on making sure we had a well rounded experience. I would love to book this excursion again.
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Date of experience: August 2019