M/Y Klara - from Dubrovnik to Venice

8 Days

Hidden Gems of the Adriatic Sea

Dubrovnik - Kotor - Korcula - Split - Sibenik - Zadar - Pula - Brijuni Islands - Venice

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Day by Day Summary

  • Day 1:  Embark in Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • Day 2: Dubrovnik - Kotor
  • Day 3:  Kotor - Korcula
  • Day 4:  Korcula - Split
  • Day 5:  Split - Sibenik - Zadar
  • Day 6: Zadar - Pula
  • Day 7: Pula - Brijuni Islands - Venice
  • Day 8:  Disembark Venice, Italy
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  • Cruise through the Adriatic Sea and its crystal blue water
  • Visit Brijuni Islands and famous Arena in Pula, one of the most preserved Roman amphitheaters
  • Enjoy the remarkable City of Dubrovnik - the jewel of the Adriatic sea
  • Amazing Split, Croatia is at your leisure

Ship M/Y Klara

The charming Klara is a Three-Mast Schooner, newly-built for and owned by DIV Cruises. She captivates the traveler and onlookers alike with breathtaking lines and the sea wind in her sails.

Everything has been designed to give the passenger maximum enjoyment while aboard the ship. Unsurpassed design gives way to relaxing on the upper deck soaking up the sunshine of the Adriatic sea. Explore her and find her covered deck with additional outstanding views. A Wi-Fi internet connection is provided free of charge for her passengers. She comfortably accommodates up-to 36 passengers for cruising, relaxing, dining and intimate ports of call.

Just 204 ft/62 m long, M/Y Klara has 18 double bedded or twin cabins. Each cabin is equipped with air conditioning and is well appointed.

The M/Y Klara sails the Adriatic Sea and captures your heart.



  • Enjoy Dubrovnik, the best preserved walled city in the world, protected by UNESCO
  • Kotor, the medieval old town is the undisputed jewel in Montenegro's crown
  • Visit Island Korcula, spectacular old city and birthplace to famous explorer Marco Polo
  • Explore Diocletian’s Palace, one of the best-preserved Roman Royal Residence
  • Walking in the maze of Sibenik streets you will discover a real jewel of extraordinary whiteness, Saint James Cathedral
  • In Zadar, visit sea organ, a unique experience for your ears
  • Experience the sixth largest Roman amphitheatre in the world, the famous Pula Arena
  • Feel the romance on the beautiful streets of Venice

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1 | Dubrovnik, Croatia, Embark
Welcome Reception; Dinner

Check in starts from 1:00 pm. In case your flight arrives earlier, let us take care of your luggage so you can enjoy the “Pearl of Adriatic”.
Around 4:00 pm we will start our amazing day with a sightseeing tour the Old Town. After the tour of this marvelous and stunningly intact walled city on the Adriatic Sea coast, you will have the opportunity to experience the best things this town has to offer at your own pace.
Get settled and join the welcome reception onboard at 07:30 pm.
The captain will be waiting to receive all passengers arriving late at night and these guests will be provided with cold dinner.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.

DAY 2 | Dubrovnik - Kotor
Breakfast, Lunch
In the morning we depart Dubrovnik and set sail for the fabled bay of Kotor in Montenegro. Truly one of the jewels of the Adriatic and you will have the privilege of seeing it from the best possible vantage point, the deck of a sailing ship. Upon arrival to Kotor will be transfer to small tour boats waiting for us to take us on a scenic tour of the bay of Kotor and to visit the ancient and UNESCO Heritage protected town of Perast with its Church of the Lady of the Rocks, situated on a tiny islet just in front of Perast. You will then have the evening free to enjoy all that Kotor has to offer.
Overnight in Kotor
DAY 3 | Kotor - Island of Korcula
Breakfast, Lunch
Early in the morning we set sail for the island of Korčula, rich in vineyards, olive groves, small villages with numerous bays and coves. Swim stop in one of the beautiful bays, perfect to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of the unspoiled nature, lush vegetation and crystal-clear sea with lunch onboard. Upon our afternoon arrival in Korčula, the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo, we shall be taken on an interesting tour along the winding streets of this lovely town. After the tour, enjoy some free time to sip a glass of local wine or coffee at an outdoor cafe, take a dip in the sea or just leisurely stroll along the streets.
Overnight in Korčula.
DAY 4 | Island of Korcula - Split
Lunch, Breakfast
From Korčula we set sail to Split. Upon arrival, join the walking tour through Split with an expert guide who will bring the past to life and also tell you a lot about Split today. Stroll the streets of Split and learn many interesting facts that make this unique town’s history so full of intrigue. Take part of a story of this more than 1700 years old town, founded by a Roman emperor Diocletian who chose this beautiful place for his retirement residence.
Let the story of who he was and why he loved Dalmatia so much amaze you!
Overnight in Split.
DAY 5 | Split - Sibenik - Zadar
Breakfast, Lunch
From Split we set sail towards Šibenik and the Krka National Park, one of the fabled jewels of Croatia’s natural beauty. In Šibenik you will enjoy a sightseeing tour of its beautiful ancient streets with the beautiful St. James Cathedral, one of if not the most important architectural monuments of the Renaissance in Croatia. After the tour you will be taken by bus on a short hop to the Krka National Park to cool off by the cool crystal-clear waterfalls of the Krka river. After the visit to Krka National park there will be a short bus ride to Zadar where we reunite with our ship and be free to enjoy an evening in Zadar.
Overnight in Zadar.
DAY 6 | Zadar - Pula
Breakfast, Lunch, Captain's Dinner
After breakfast, enjoy the experience of walking tour with your local guide who will introduce you to Zadar’s rich history and the plethora of monuments and hidden corners it has to offer. From Zadar we set sail for the largest town on the Istrian peninsula known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is the Pula Arena, one of the most preserved Roman amphitheaters. Tonight enjoy captains diner onboard.
Overnight in Pula.
DAY 7 | Pula - Brijuni Islands - Venice
Breakfast, Lunch
Early in the morning we set sail to the fabulous “City of Canals”. On the way to Venice you can enjoy the sights and sounds of a relaxing morning of sailing on the Adriatic and a visit to the Brijuni National Park.
After the sightseeing tour of Brijuni we will proceed to Venice, where you will visit emblematic monuments of Venice: the Doge´s Palace and St. Mark`s basilica.
Overnight in Venice.
DAY 8 | Venice, Italy, Disembark
Your cruise ends after breakfast today. Make your own transfer to Venice airport  or extend your stay in Italy and explore on your own. 



  • Accommodation in double/twin cabin with ensuite bathroom
  • 8 day cruise from Venice – Kotor –Dubrovnik – Kotor - Venice
  • Arrival and Departure airport transfer (group)
  • Welcome reception on day 1
  • Half Board daily -breakfast and lunch or dinner – 4 course
  • Unlimited water • Captain’s dinner with live entertainment
  • Fresh fruit, coffe and snacks available daily
  • Professional cruise manager (English speaking)
  • Guided walking tours of Venice, National Park Brijuni, Zadar, Šibenik, NP Krka, Split, Korčula, Perast, Kotor, Dubrovnik
  • Luggage handling
  • Daily cabin service
  • Free WiFi onboard

SUPPLEMENTS (mandatory)

  • Port taxes (95 eur per person) to be paid onboard in cash


  • Child 3-7,99 on basic bed with 1 adult: -20%
  • Single use supplement +60% (on RQ only)


  • Port taxes (95 euros per person)
  • Drinks from the ship`s bar
  • International and domestic flights
  • Pre/post cruise accommodation
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities (suggested 40 euro per week, per pax)
  • Any items of personal nature


 Prices per person
 2019. APRIL 13th, 27th
MAY 11th
MAY 25th
JUNE 8th, 22nd,
JULY 6st ,20th
AUGUST 17th, 31st
1 410 EUR
 2 450 EUR
1 470 EUR
1 470 EUR
 2 650 EUR
1 590 EUR



• Accommodation in double/twin cabin with ensuite bathroom
• 8 day cruise from Venice – Kotor – Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik – Kotor - Venice
• Arrival and Departure airport transfer (group)
• Welcome reception on day 1
• Half Board daily -breakfast and lunch or dinner – 4 course
• Unlimited water • Captain’s dinner with live entertainment
• Fresh fruit, coffe and snacks available daily
• Professional cruise manager (English speaking)
• Guided walking tours of Venice, National Park Brijuni, Zadar, Šibenik, NP Krka, Split, Korčula, Perast, Kotor, Dubrovnik
• Luggage handling
• Daily cabin service
• Free WiFi onboard


• Child 3-7,99 on basic bed with 1 adult: -20%
• Single use supplement +60% (on RQ only)



• Port taxes (95 eur per person) to be paid onboard in cash

*All itineraries and cruise vessels are subject to change without notice. In case of bad weather conditions or any other unforeseen circumstances, the captain reserves the right to change the itinerery for the comfort and safety of the passengers.



Extend your Journey

Dubrovnik, Croatia Pre-Stay

Prices on request
Why not extend your stay and see more of Europe! A few days before your cruise helps you acclimate to your new surroundings and time zone. Dubrovnik has so much to offer not only in the city but also around surrounding area that you may like to explore. Perhaps an excursion to neighbouring Bosnia to visit cities Mostar or Medjugorje would be an excelent choice for you?

Venice, Italy Post-Stay

Prices on request
A few days after your cruise helps you more time to relax and rejuvenate before returning to your daily routine. Venice and amazing surrounding area offer so much to see. 

Ship info

The charming Klara is a Three-Mast Schooner, newly-built for and owned by DIV Cruises.

She captivates the traveler and onlookers alike with breathtaking lines and the sea wind in her sails.

Everything has been designed to give the passenger maximum enjoyment while aboard the ship. Unsurpassed design gives way to relaxing on the upper deck soaking up the sunshine of the Adriatic sea. Explore her and find her covered deck with additional outstanding views. A Wi-Fi internet connection is provided free of charge for her passengers. She comfortably accommodates up-to 36 passengers for cruising, relaxing, dining and intimate ports of call.

Just 204 ft/62 m long, M/Y Klara has 18 double bedded or twin cabins. Each cabin is equipped with air conditioning and is well appointed.

The M/Y Klara sails the Adriatic Sea and captures your heart.

The salon on board is spacious with seating to accommodate all passengers. Equipped with a bar, 3 flat screen satellite televisions and a central buffet table to enjoy festive activities or dinning on local cuisine. The space splendidly offers everything needed for socializing and getting to know other guests.

The salon is connected to the open, hard-top covered deck off the main deck. It is suitable for the comfort of passengers during summer and winter travels. Inviting the guests to partake in the experience of the deck are large round rattan tables and relaxing chairs accented by comfortable decorative pillows. This area invites the sea on board with colors emulating seaside living in sandy and warm tones.   

Trip Preparation


A passport is required for all DIV Cruises’ guests and it must be valid for at least six (6) months after the scheduled return date from your trip. Please ensure your passport is valid and contains all required visas. Please check your itinerary carefully and consult with the appropriate consulates to determine if any visas are needed. Vacations may be disrupted or altered if the correct documents are not presented at airports or border crossings.

Each guest is fully responsible for obtaining and carrying the travel documents necessary for his or her travel itinerary. DIV Cruises will not be responsible for any delays, damages and/or losses, including missed portions of your trip related to improper travel documents, such as passport, visa requirements, entry, health or other requirements of the countries visited or for any loss sustained by you for failing to comply with laws, regulations, orders and/or requirements of countries visited.

We recommend photocopying the first page of your passport, airline tickets, driver’s license and/or birth certificate to expedite the process of replacing any documents lost while traveling. Keep the originals separate from the copies and pack some extra passport photos as well. Another option is to scan your passport, airline tickets, credit card numbers and other important documents and email them to yourself as attachments.


If you are citizen and passport holder of United States, Canada, New Zealand or Australia, you do not need a visa to visit European Union countries if your stay is up to 90 days. All other nationals should check their visa requirements for each individual country you are planning to visit during your travels. It is the sole responsibility of each guest traveling with DIV Cruises to have the necessary visas and to comply with entry, health or other requirements of the countries visited. More advice can also be found at the Department of Foreigner Affairs and Trade’s website. All guests are strongly advised to obtain necessary visas well in advance of departure to avoid unnecessary expedited processing charges.

Whenever using a visa service, it is highly recommended you provide the service with a copy of your entire travel itinerary. There are times when multiple-entry visas may be required, or when there may be restrictions to entering one country from another depending on your nationality. If the service does not have your full itinerary, this may result in improperly issued documentation.

TSA Secure Flight Program

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires all passengers to provide Secure Flight passenger data when booking airline travel. This includes your full name, date of birth and gender as it appears on non-expired government-issued travel documents (e.g., passport, re-entry permit, alien registration card, “Green Card,” photo ID, etc.). Any missing or incorrect information can cause unnecessary delays at the airport. If you have booked your airline tickets and have not yet provided us with this Secure Flight passenger data, please contact our office as soon as possible at our toll free number 1-844-377-5966 or by mail at info@divcruises.com

Airport Security and Check-In

It is advisable to contact the airline in advance of your departure to verify there have been no changes to the flight number or schedule. After your travel documents are issued and sent to you, DIV Cruises is not responsible for notifying guests of any changes in flight schedules.

Please make sure you arrive at the airport at least two and a half (2.5) hours prior to your scheduled departure to complete check-in and security procedures. For peak travel times, you may even want to arrive three (3) hours prior to your scheduled departure time. This allows enough time to check your baggage, present your passport and ticket, confirm seat assignments and boarding passes and clear security procedures before proceeding to the boarding area. Most airlines offer online check-in 24 hours prior to departure, which can help you avoid long lines once at the airport. Airport security regulations require that sharp objects of any kind be stored inside your checked luggage, not your carry-on bag. You may be asked to put your shoes and/or coat through an X-ray scanner, so be prepared to remove them.

Baggage Requirements

International air carriers are often very strict about the size and weight of baggage and carry-on luggage. Please contact your air carrier or visit its website for specific requirements prior to your departure, as size and weight limitations vary according to the airline and destination. It is also important to check European domestic flight regulations as these too may vary. Passengers on international flights are usually allowed one piece of checked luggage and one carry-on bag per person. Some airlines limit each checked bag to a maximum of 62 linear inches (158 linear cm), which is the combined, length + width + height and 50 lbs. (23 kg). Your carry-on should not exceed 22 x 14 x 9 inches (55 x 35 x 22 cm) or weigh more than 17 lbs. (8 kg). International air carriers may impose fees for baggage that is too large or heavy and/or require you to remove certain articles in order to meet weight restrictions. Please check airline websites for specific baggage limitations for all your flights (both international and intra-Europe).

Important: DIV Cruises is not responsible for any additional fees imposed by air carriers. In addition, during your cruise and when traveling by motor coach, storage space may be limited and porters may decline to carry extra heavy suitcases for health and safety reasons, so we recommend bringing only one suitcase and one carry-on bag per guest.

Travel Insurance

We strongly advise you to speak with your preferred Travel Agent regarding travel insurance to cover any unforeseen circumstances. Should you get travel insurance, it is a good idea to take your travel insurance documents with you and to make copies.

For your travel insurance needs, we can recommend two possible choices for you to explore, or contact your travel professional for a recommendation for travel insurance.



Late or Missed Flights

If you miss a flight, immediately advise an airline representative that you are a cruise guest bound for a specific location/date/time to meet your ship. If your flight is cancelled, await instructions from the airline regarding alternate travel arrangements. Generally, airlines will do everything in their power to get you on the next available flight. After your airline makes your flight arrangements please refer to phone numbers listed in your travel documents and advise the ship of any delays or changes to your schedule.

Delayed or lost luggage

Baggage can sometimes be delayed or unfortunately lost during air transport. Pack a change of clothing in your carry-on bag. Place a copy of the hotel and ship contact information inside each piece of checked luggage as this will help the airline locate you, should your bags be delayed. Please note, it is the responsibility of the airline to deliver any delayed bags to you. First and foremost, do not leave the baggage area without completing a Lost Baggage Report with your air carrier. This report is essential to the tracking of your claim. If traveling with a companion, we recommend one (1) person exit the baggage claim area and locate your transfer rappresentative—whether you booked a transfer through DIV Cruises, Inc. or on your own independently—to inform them of the situation.

For reimbursement for delayed luggage or missing luggage, you will need to fill out a claim form at the appropriate airline desk before leaving the airport. DIV Cruises is not responsible for loss, theft or damage to baggage and/or personal belongings. A travel protection plan covering lost, stolen or damaged baggage is available, so check with your preferred Travel Agent at the time of booking.


Onboard cruise check-in time, as well as hotel check-in time, is at 1:00PM. However, for those passengers who book pre-cruise or post-cruise package, when you arrive to hotel earlier than check-in time, the hotel will try their best to accommodate you before the official check-in time. Please note, this is not guaranteed service; it is just the hotel’s good intention and willingness to help you

We endeavor to ensure your staterooms are ready for when you arrive on board; however, this is not always possible and is outside of our control. However, we will do our very best to ensure your comfort while waiting for your stateroom.


Most countries visited in Europe will use the Euro; although, some still have their own local currency, such as Croatia, Albania, Greece, Switzerland, Russia and the Baltic States. Croatia’s currency is the “Kuna”; Albania’s currency is the “LEK”; and Bosnia and Hercegovina’s currency is the “Convertible Mark.”

For incidental purchases ashore or in small towns, local currency is always advantageous. Many locations accept major credit cards; however, there are often fees associated. ATM machines are widely located and available throughout Europe. Prior to departure, you should confirm your ATM card and PIN will work overseas.  It is prudent to contact all your credit card companies and banking card institutions to formally notify them that you will be traveling; especially travelling abroad.  If you do not notify these institutions your charges may be declined by them for your protection against fraud.

Credit Cards and Travelers Checks

Most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard and American Express) are accepted worldwide in most European shops, hotels and restaurants. Please make sure your credit cards are valid for at least 30 days after you return home, and activate them before you travel. Some places may require a minimum charge for using credit cards and others may not accept certain cards, so we recommend bringing at least one major credit card, as well as an ATM card that is both a debit and credit card. As with your ATM card, we recommend informing your credit card company you will be traveling abroad, so they can expect overseas charges on your account. It is not advisable to bring Travelers Checks, as it is becoming increasingly difficult to cash them at local banks. In addition, there may be some stores or locations where cash is preferred or where a particular credit card cannot be used for purchases.

Note: European countries use chip-and-pin credit cards, so cards with magnetic strips on the back (commonly used in North America) may not work with certain automated machines. You might want to carry some extra cash in your wallet to use in these situations.


Our ships do not have ATMs onboard, but ATMs linked to major bank networks can be found throughout Europe. Most debit and major credit cards can be used for cash withdrawals ashore. Your bank can tell you which network your ATM card can access and whether a debit or credit card must be used. Make sure you have the correct PIN for the card you plan to use before leaving home as the PIN is required for all money withdrawals. It is also recommended you bring an overseas contact number for your bank or credit card company in case you require assistance while traveling.

Transaction Fees

Please note, currency exchange transactions and ATM cash withdrawals always involve transaction fees. It is always best to inquire as to the fee before exchanging any money. ATMs will typically ask you if you accept the fee before enabling the transaction.


Gratuities are customary expressions of appreciation for a job well done, and it is our goal to ensure the service you receive is as wonderful as the sites you visit. The amount of the gratuity you choose to give is entirely subject to your satisfaction with your travel experience. To assist you in determining the amount of your gratuities,

We recommend the following as a guideline for crew and local guides:

•     Ship staff and crew: $15.00 per guest, per day to be shared among all staff and crew

•     Cruise Director: $5.00 per guest, per day

•     Local guides: $2.00 per guest

•     Drivers: $1.00 per guest, per day

Guidelines for onshore:

•      Waiters: Fine dining restaurants waiters are always tipped up to 10% of the bill. At informal cafés, it is customary to leave the coin change on the table.

•      Porters: $1 per piece of luggage

•      Taxi drivers: 10% of the fare on the meter

What to Wear

Prepare for a variety of weather conditions, depending on your travel season and the regions you will be cruising through. Layering clothing is always your best bet, as this allows you to adjust to any temperature, including artificially maintained temperatures, by removing or adding items throughout the day.

Comfortable, sporty, smart-casual daywear is appropriate both onshore and on board. Everyday slacks, khakis, walking shorts for men and skirts/dresses and slacks are recommended for women. For warmer temperatures, we suggest lightweight clothing that can be layered, such as a mix of sweaters, lightweight knit shirts, slacks and walking shorts. For early spring and late fall departures, you will find sweatshirts, heavier cotton or wool tops and long-sleeved shirts  and corduroy or heavy khaki pants perfectly suitable. Mix-and-match color schemes work best to help keep baggage light.

You will participate in a significant amount of walking over uneven terrain during your time ashore. We recommend comfortable walking shoes with good ankle support. Sturdy sandals are another good option.

For evenings, any resort-type wear is perfectly suitable; however, we do ask that you refrain from wearing shorts to dinner. Men may want to bring one sport jacket and women find a cocktail dress or two always comes in handy no matter the destination; however, it is not necessary.

Don’t forget to pack a lightweight, waterproof jacket (preferably hooded) or even a heavier-weight wind-breaker for colder temperatures.

Swim- and beach-wear is entirely appropriate to bring as you will be visiting some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. If you have sensitive feet, water shoes may be a good idea to take.

What to Pack

Current airport security regulations require any liquids and semi-liquids, such as lotions, gels, etc., be stored in your carry-on bag and must be in a container no larger than 3 oz. (88 ml) and all items must fit into a clear quart-sized plastic bag. Any items exceeding this limit may be confiscated by TSA personnel. Please refer to your local transportation authorities for more information to ensure you are compliant and have stress-free experience.

While everyone is unique in what they like to pack, here are a few general suggestions:

•      Itinerary and airline information, travel insurance documentation and emergency contacts, along with photocopies of these important documents

•      Travelers checks/cash/debit or credit cards, along with emergency contact numbers of these companies, if lost or stolen

•      Local currency for the first couple of days

•      Sunscreen, sunglasses and hats

•      Travel alarm clock

•      Basic first aid kit: medications for upset stomach, prescriptions, aspirin, antiseptic cream and wipes, cold  medicine, vitamins, bandages

•      Prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses and a backup pair in the event of loss or damage

•      Personal medication and prescriptions (it is always best to have photocopies of prescriptions)

       Note: Any medicine you take, please do not pack it in your luggage, make sure you take it with you in your carry-on bag

•      Mini flashlight and extra batteries are always handy to have

•      Small calculator (for currency conversions); your smartphone has this function

•      Converters, adapters, chargers and power cords**

•      Travel umbrella and raincoat

•      Camera and extra memory cards

*Important: Pack a sufficient supply of any medications you are taking, copies of the prescriptions and the telephone/fax numbers of your doctor. Some countries require prescription drugs be carried in their original container with the label clearly visible. Always keep your medication in your hand luggage.

**Europe uses 220v (230v on board the ship) and 2-pin adapters. Be sure to inspect your chargers and power cords (for cell phones, cameras, electric shavers, laptops, MP3 players, e-readers, etc.) to determine specific converter and/or adapter requirements operation aboard the ship. We do not provide the required adaptors.



Your stateroom has a telephone that may be used to call the reception desk and other staterooms, as well as ship-to-shore calls (ship-to-shore calls will incur charges). Please refer to the operating instructions provided. The telephone system operates via globally positioned satellites, and therefore may be temporarily out of service depending on the ship’s location. Any charges for ship-to-shore calls will be billed to your onboard account. Please inquire at the reception desk for rates

Climate Control

Your stateroom is equipped with adjustable climate control and/or airflow. Please refer to the instructions provided or check with the reception desk should you have questions regarding its use.


Electricity on board is 230v with European 2-pin power outlets. You may need a European adapter and/or converter for any electrical appliances you bring with you.

Bathroom Amenities

Your stateroom is equipped with a hair dryer and spa-quality toiletries (soap, shampoo and body lotion).

Safe deposit box

Your stateroom has a small safe for personal use. We recommend placing valuables in the safe whenever you are away from your stateroom.

Additional Stateroom Amenities

Your stateroom has satellite television and a mini bar.


Please refer to your itinerary to see what meals are included in your cruise fare. Meals are served in a single seating in the various dining venues. Meals are skillfully prepared by our chefs and consist of continental cuisine made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, whenever possible. Breakfast is buffet-style with selections available from the menu as well. Depend on the cruise you booked, lunch could be buffet-style with salads, soups and a selection of hot buffet items, hot entrées and desserts or seat down platted style. Dinner is a multi-course meal with a choice of delicious entrées, including a vegetarian option. For details please check your cruises itinerary or check with your cruise director. 

If you have special dietary requirements, such as vegan, diabetic, gluten-free, etc., please advise DIV Cruises, Inc. or your preferred Travel Agent well in advance of your cruise, so we may do our absolute best to accommodate your dietary requests.

Health & Safety

Viral gastroenteritis is a very common virus found almost anywhere, but the opportunity to spread it can be greater in contained environments. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. It may also include fever, stomach issues and headache. The symptoms usually start 12 to 48 hours after the infection and can last from 1 to 10 days. Most people who become sick with viral gastroenteritis recover quickly with no further problems; however, if the illness is more severe, further medical care may be required to treat dehydration. The most effective protection from personal contamination is ensuring strict attention to personal hygiene, and in particular, frequent and thorough hand washing with soap and water and refraining from hand-to-mouth contact.

Colds and other viruses can spread quickly in an enclosed area such as a ship. Continue to practice common-sense hygiene and respiratory courtesy. Wash your hands often and cover your coughs and sneezes. It is recommended passengers carry an anti-bacterial hand sanitizer, which does not require rinsing with water. Use a sanitizer frequently, especially after shore excursions, prior to meals and throughout the day. If you have any questions regarding your health or safety while onboard, please do not hesitate to ask your Cruise Director.

In addition some guest may experience motion-sickness, and as such, it is a good idea to take precautionary measures. Over-the-counter medication can be purchased at most pharmacies or local stores. As always, it is advisable to discuss this with you preferred travel professional.

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