Kompas Holidays Details 2017 Portfolio
by Daniel McCarthy
Kompas Holidays Details 2017 Portfolio

Dubrovnik’s Old Town. Photo: gari.baldi.

Kompas Holidays International will sail a series of eight-day itineraries on its Adriatic Queen next year, each one highlighting Croatia’s Adriatic Coast.

The sailings are scheduled for Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30 and Oct. 7 and 14, 2017 on the 115-foot long ship, which is small enough to sail to the intimate ports of the Croatian Islands.

Guests on each sailing will get the chance to visit a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, such as Dubrovnik’s Old Town, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Sibenik’s Saint James Cathedral and the Euphrasian Basilica of Porec.

The recently refurbished Adriatic Queen includes fully air conditioned cabins, complimentary Wi-Fi, a sundeck with a Jacuzzi and rear access platform to the sea.

The sailings are priced $1,998 to $2,318 per person, based on two sharing a cabin.

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