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Adriatic Sea Cruise

September 4 thru 11, 2022

The Adriatic Coast has enchanted visitors for centuries. We’re venturing OUTbound on a breath-taking journey throughout the beautiful landscapes of the Dalmatian Coast. Join us as we dive into warm summer waves and enjoy the alluring beaches of the Croatian coastline. Along the way, we’ll explore the medieval strongholds of Dubrovnik and Kotor, and visit the appealing islands of Hvar and Korcula, where dramatic limestone cliffs rise from the deep blue waters below. Join us during Labor Day week 2022 on the Adriatic Sea, offering clear blue waters, medieval architecture, stunning sunsets and charming shoreline vineyards. Head OUTbound with us to experience the tranquil and authentic flavors of Croatia, Montenegro, and all the riches of this fabled region.

Bucket List Moments
  • Visit the real life streets of King's Landing from Game Of Thrones

  • Swim in the Odysseus Cave from Greek Mythology

  • Take a buggy safari across the island of Korcula

  • Touch the stone sphinx of Pharaoh Tuthmosis III

  • Splash in the sapphire waters of Montenegro

Croatia, Montenegro & the Adriatic Sea

Book today and choose a payment plan that fits your budget! Choose from either convenient quarterly payments or spread your payments out over monthly installments. Either way, OUTbound has a payment plan designed for any budget!

All Included!!! All Inclusive!!!
  • All Meals & Alcoholic Drinks Included
  • All Shore Excursions Included
  • All Tips & Gratuities Included

MV La Belle de l’Adriatique

198 Passengers / 99 Staterooms

The MV La Belle de l’Adriatique is a unique ship that combines special touches and old-world charm. As a coastal ship, the La Belle is capable of anchoring in ports inaccessible to other larger, ocean-going vessels. Enjoy the sensational landscapes we sail past from your lounge chair up on the Sun Deck, relaxing in one of the jacuzzis with friends and a drink, or even from the comfort of your own stateroom if you’re looking for a little quiet time to yourself.

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Sunday, September 4Dubrovnik5:00pmovernight
Monday, September 5Dubrovnik1:00am
Tuesday, September 6Mljet10:00am2:00pm
Korcula4:00pmovernight
Wednesday, September 7Sibenik1:00pmovernight
Thursday, September 8Trogir9:00am1:00pm
Split4:00pmovernight
Friday, September 9Hvar9:00am12:00pm
Vis2:00pm11:00pm
Saturday, September 10Kotor1:00pm10:00pm
Sunday, September 11Dubrovnik9:00amdisembark
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Where city meets coastline, you will arrive in this beautiful 12th century walled city in Croatia. From the moment you step beyond the stone walls that protect Dubrovnik, you’ll understand what makes it so special. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is adorned with charming squares and centuries-old red-roofed buildings. Walk the walls for a spectacular view of the city, and maybe even dare to recreate your own ‘walk of shame’ as seen on HBO’s “Game of Thrones”!

Mljet, Croatia

We’ll visit Mljet, home of the mythical Odysseus Cave and Croatia’s greenest island with its Mediterranean vegetation, clear ocean waters, gentle sandy shoreline and a wealth of underwater sea life. Mljet is well known for its white and red wines, olives and goat cheese. It is indeed an unspoiled island covered by a dense Mediterranean forest. According to legend, after being shipwrecked on Mljet, Odysseus found refuge in this cave where he met the nymph Calypso and remained under her captivity for seven years. This hidden spot provides one of the most striking swimming caves in the world.

Korcula, Croatia

We’ll visit Korcula and its historic Old Town, overlooking the breathtaking Dalmatian archipelago. See and experience its art, history, culture, traditional crafts, and sword dances. No OUTbound visit to Korcula would be complete without learning about its most famous inhabitant, Marco Polo. Korcula has a lot to offer its visitors. The island is rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. Korcula is also home to a glorious old town and dense pine forests that led the original Greek settlers to name the island Korkyra Melaina (Black Corfu).

Šibenik, Croatia

For a taste of “Game of Thrones” architecture, Šibenik stuns with other-world majesty. Šibenik has a magnificent medieval heart, gleaming white against the placid waters of the bay. The town is filled with alleys that crisscross white stone structures and towers, begging visitors to get lost among the cobblestone nooks, hidden gardens and secret food stalls. The stone labyrinth of steep backstreets and alleys are a joy to explore. Climb the remains of St. Michael’s Fortress for a bird’s eye view of the town including red-tiled roofs, the domed 15th-century basilica and sunsets over the sea.

Trogir, Croatia

Trogir is a historic town and harbor on the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Its preserved old town, known for its mix of Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque buildings, lies on a small island connected to the mainland and the island of Ciovo by bridges. The 13th-century Cathedral of St. Lawrence houses the Renaissance Chapel of St. John and offers sweeping views from its bell tower. Parts of the medieval city walls remain intact to this day. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by breathtaking buildings from the Venetian period.

Split, Croatia

Lined with palm trees, this Adriatic seaside town is also a cultural mecca. Split’s Old City is so otherworldly that it’s been dedicated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll encounter the most imposing Roman ruins left on Earth, including the Diocletian’s Palace, which was built for the Roman Emperor. The Cathedral of St. Domnius stands as one of the most pristine and preserved examples of ancient Roman architecture in the world. And for a breathtaking, all-encompassing view of Split you won’t soon forget, head to Marajan Hill just outside the city.

Hvar, Croatia

Condé Nast travel magazine called Hvar “one of the best 10 islands in the world”. The "Lavender Island” is Croatia’s most luxurious island, the sunniest place in the country, and its most popular tourist destination along with Dubrovnik. Your day here can include exploring a castle, visiting the oldest theatre in Europe, tasting spectacular local delicacies, or stopping at an ancient olive grove to learn about what Homer called “liquid gold”. Highlights of the port town include its 13th-century walls, a hilltop fortress and a main square anchored by the Renaissance-era Hvar Cathedral.

Vis, Croatia

We’ll visit Vis, the most mysterious of Croatia’s islands, housing an old military base and fortress. The island was closed off to visitors from World War II until 1990, leaving pristine beaches, Greek and Roman ruins, and Venetian architecture largely untouched by modern hands. International and local travelers alike now flock to Vis, seeking authenticity, nature, gourmet delights and peace and quiet. That’s only increased following the 2018 release of the movie “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”, filmed on the island.

Kotor, Montenegro

A visit to Kotor offers up some of the most well-preserved architecture in all the Adriatic, with landmarks such as the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, built in 1166. The town’s history dates back before the epic age of Homer, but it’s the medieval wonders in Old Kotor that draw acclaim today. Marbled avenues meander with no apparent order, leading to rewarding surprises around every corner. Old churches, shops, and bars line the avenues, so don’t be surprised to wander upon a charming piazza right around the next corner!

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Sunday, September 4Dubrovnik5:00pmovernight
Monday, September 5Dubrovnik1:00am
Tuesday, September 6Mljet10:00am2:00pm
Korcula4:00pmovernight
Wednesday, September 7Sibenik1:00pmovernight
Thursday, September 8Trogir9:00am1:00pm
Split4:00pmovernight
Friday, September 9Hvar9:00am12:00pm
Vis2:00pm11:00pm
Saturday, September 10Kotor1:00pm10:00pm
Sunday, September 11Dubrovnik9:00amdisembark
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Welcome to the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik. After checking into your stateroom, it’s time to head OUTbound and explore this living fairy tale town on your own. Within the ramparts, Old Town is a fun jumble of steep alleys, al fresco cafés, and vast pedestrian squares. Narrow cobbled alleys line the main pedestrian street and the walls that surround the city form an ideal walking tour. Listen to live bands, sip drinks in a local bar, or dine in one of the many restaurants lining the harbor. Just be sure to get back to our ship this evening where you’ll meet your hosts, fellow OUTbounders, and raise a glass at our welcome party.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Today we’ll host a guided tour of this magnificent city. We’ll visit the historic Pile Gate, the main entrance to the Old Town built in the 15th century. Walking further along the Stradun, we will see Sponza Palace, which survived the great 1667 earthquake and is a rare example of the Renaissance style architecture in Dubrovnik. Further along, we’ll see the 15th century Onofrio’s Fountain and stop inside the Dominican Monastery. The rest of the afternoon and evening are yours to explore even more of this incredible city on your own.

Mljet, Croatia

Join us for a tour of Mljet, one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic. Here we’ll dive into the Odysseus Cave and experience its calm, neon-blue waters filled with iridescent fish and a spectrum of electric colors that illuminate the interior rock walls. According to legend, after being shipwrecked on Mljet, Odysseus found refuge in this cave where he met the nymph Calypso and remained under her captivity for seven years. This hidden spot provides one of the most striking swimming caves in the world.

Korcula, Croatia

This afternoon, we’re OUTbound on a buggy safari tour across the island of Korcula. We’ll drive from the island’s 14th-century town center through gorgeous landscapes and quiet villages including Lumbarda, Smokvica, Cara and Vela Luka. You’ll see an island rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. We’ll also discover that Korcula is also home to a glorious old town and dense pine forests that led the original Greek settlers to name the island Korkyra Melaina (Black Corfu). At the conclusion of our drive through the island’s countryside, we’ll indulge in a tasting of local products.

Šibenik, Croatia

The excursion that is all about the Wow, The gorgeous Krka Falls in Krka National Park! Stunning emerald waterfalls that go on and on, along a series of whimsical trails throughout the park, provide the perfect setting for the ultimate vacation photo or the chance to just stop and be in the moment. You can even dive right in to the clear blue waters and experience Krka first hand!

Trogir, Croatia

Trogir a historic town and harbor on the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Our OUTbound tour of this hidden little town will begin at the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, built in 1213. The cathedral’s bell tower was added later between the 14th and 16th centuries and can be climbed to see fantastic views from the top. Next, we’ll pass parts of the surviving city wall and make a stop at the ancient City Gate, built in 1593. Along the way, we’ll also see the Cipiko Palace, home to the town’s noble family in the 15th century.

Split, Croatia

Come with us for a tour of Split, a young city where life is bursting around the Diocletian’s Palace. We’ll tour Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, built for the Emperor in 295 AD. Next, we’ll pass through Peristil Square, originally used for celebrations to honor Diocletian as the living son of Jupiter. Across from the steps of the square is Luxor Café & Restaurant, one of the oldest bars in the city and named for the Egyptian city of Luxor. Several stone sphinxes constructed during the reign of Pharaoh Tuthmosis III still sit within the Square. Finally, we’ll visit Diocletian’s Mausoleum, also known as the Cathedral of St. Domnius.

Vis, Croatia

International and local travelers alike flock to Vis, seeking authenticity, nature, gourmet delights and peace and quiet. Because the locals were forced to be self-sustaining for more than 50 years, there’s plenty of fresh fish, produce, and wineries producing batches of local wine from grapes native to Vis. We’ll see that Vis has its own distinct grape, the Vugava, a white variety that’s been cultivated here since ancient times. We’ll complete our tour of this tiny island feeling as though we’ve discovered a hidden gem frozen in time.

Kotor, Montenegro

Spend the day OUTbound with us traversing the medieval streets of historic Kotor. Pass by Venetian walls constructed in 1420 en route to the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, built in 1166. Notice its mismatched towers, the result of an earthquake and a budget too small to rebuild properly. Included on our walking tour is a visit to the Maritime Museum, which documents Kotor’s rich heritage. Make time to walk along the sapphire waters rolling onto the brilliant white beaches of Montenegro, where some of the oldest city walls and medieval monuments in the Balkans welcome us.

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Main Lounge

The Main Lounge, located at the front of the ship, provides views of the passing coastlines that guests will enjoy. Intimate seating areas are peppered throughout the open floor plan, allowing you the choice of going all in with the group or enjoying a little private time between you and a smaller gathering of friends. Enjoy cocktails, dancing, games and nightly entertainment here with your fellow OUTbounders.

Main Bar

Enjoy a cocktail at the main bar with us while watching a spectacular sunset together. Located within the Main Lounge, you’ll find originality and innovation, with a new twist on the ol’ purveyors of gin and tonics and buckets of beer. This is the place where you’ll spend an enjoyable evening nursing a cocktail with great friends, old and new! Whether you’re in the mood for a mixed drink or glass of wine, we invite you to join us and enjoy a drink with your fellow OUTbounders. Who knows, you may even convince Deiler or Javier to jump behind the bar long enough to whip up one of their famous specialty drinks!

Piano Bar

By day, the Piano Bar is a place to get away, play a hand of cards with friends, read a book or just enjoy some “you” time away from the shenanigans up on the Sun Deck. As night falls, unwind with a cocktail in hand surrounded by friends. The piano sits in the middle of this cozy space, where OUTbounders can relax, hear about the day’s activities, learn about what’s coming next, and listen to the night’s special entertainment. The Piano Bar is the hot spot for late-night entertainment with jovial sing-alongs and sometimes nutty piano players dedicated to giving everyone a good time.

Restaurant

Located on the Main Deck, the restaurant comfortably seats all our OUTbounders at tables that vary in size. The atmosphere is casual, and you’ll find plenty of fish, fruits and vegetables with every meal and be impressed by how fresh everything is. You’ll have plenty of healthy choices to choose from, and loads of unhealthy ones, too!

Terrace Hideaway

Located at the back of the ship, you can easily meet up with friends and relax while enjoying the view. This al fresco hideaway at the stern is the perfect casual spot for relaxing in the sunshine during the day if the Sun Deck is a little too social for your taste. Just grab your drink and enjoy the ocean views in this charming little oasis on the high seas.

Sun Deck

The Sun Deck is much more than the place to soak in a jacuzzi, savor a cocktail or catch some rays. It’s also the perfect way to spend your afternoon enjoying a panoramic view of the magnificent landscapes. The Sun Deck is ringed by comfortable lounges with two large side-by-side whirlpools overlooking the bow of the ship. A gorgeous outdoor living area also has a huge canopy near the rooftop bar, perfect for OUTbounders who prefer a little shade mixed in with their fun in the sun. And you’re never far from a place to grab a drink with the fully stocked Sun Deck Bar.

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Upper Deck Staterooms

Starting at $3,697 per person. Staterooms located on the Upper Deck measure 155sqft and feature two large panoramic windows that let in the perfect amount of light, welcoming in the golden summer sunshine as we sail along the Dalmatian Coast. Enjoy a shower before settling into your queen or twin hotel-style bed as you enjoy your flat-screen TV and infotainment system. Storage space includes a full-length wardrobe closet with room for hanging clothes on one side and shelves and a cabinet (with a safe) on the other, and there’s extra room under the bed for suitcases.

Embarkation Deck Staterooms

Starting at $3,397 per person. Staterooms located on the Embarkation Deck all two full picture windows that provide unspoiled panoramic vistas of the Adriatic Sea and breathtaking ports we’ll visit. Lay back in your 155sqft stateroom and watch a film on your flat-screen TV and infotainment system, or take time to ponder an exciting day ahead. Your bathroom features a shower complete with toiletries, perfect for unwinding after an unforgettable day OUTbound. The beds can be configured as a single queen-size or two twin beds at your request.

Main Deck Staterooms

Starting at $2,997 per person. Staterooms located on the Main Deck are 155sqft and have two large portholes. Storage space includes a full-length wardrobe closet with room for hanging clothes on one side and shelves and a cabinet (with a safe) on the other, and there’s extra room under the bed for suitcases. The queen-sized bed can be reconfigured into two twins if you prefer.

Lower Deck Staterooms

Starting at $2,797 per person. Your spacious 155sqft Lower Deck stateroom has two large portholes and offers everything you’ll need throughout your cruise. There’s plenty of storage space with a wardrobe closet for hanging clothes on one side and shelves and a cabinet (with a safe) on the other. There’s extra room under the bed for shoes, suitcases and any souvenirs. Your bed can be configured as a single queen-size or two twin beds.

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