Karaka Brunch & Cruise
Your cruise experience begins as you board Karaka: the replica of a traditional Dubrovnik Republic 16th century merchant ship. Departing from Dubrovnik Old Town the unforgettable views of the famous and historical city walls and fortresses will follow you through your cruise. While you explore the ship’s 4 decks and 2 air-conditioned interior saloons, the buffet style brunch will be served on the main deck. Bring your appetite and experience an imaginative buffet of appetizers, entrees, salads and desserts that is sure to please any number of tastes. As you cruise, you’ll have plenty of time to relax, sample tasty food from the brunch buffet, and see the sights. During your cruise you will see UNESCO listed fortified city of Dubrovnik, fort Lovrijenac which overshadows the two entrances to the city, from the sea and by land, and the island of Lokrum where Richard the Lionheart was shipwrecked in 1192 after returning home from the crusades. Returning, hour and a half later, you will feel relaxed, refreshed from a cruise you looked forward to and a memory to hold on.
Things you should know about this activity
Inclusions Buffet brunch 1 drink (sparkling wine, white wine, red wine, apple juice, orange juice, water, sparkling water, tee, coffee) All taxes, fees and handling charges Menu: Fresh bakery and pastries (Croissants, muffins, bagels, waffles) Fresh seasonal fruit Platter of Dalmatian prosciutto and cheese Scrambled eggs Bacon Sausages Grilled chicken fillet Grilled fish fillet Roasted vegetable salad Homemade Tuna salad Dress code is smart casual Please note that in case the weather conditions on the sea are too dangerous, the tour will be rescheduled or cancelled. Please note that Dubrovnik has two ports. This tour starts from the Old Town port.
Message From The Host
Experience brunch in the Mediterranean way overlooking the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage city of Dubrovnik. On this hour and a half tour you will sail around Dubrovnik Old Town while enjoying fresh cuisine served on the deck of Karaka; a replica of a 16th century’s most famous merchant ship.
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