With a tradition of taking out sand from the bottom of the sea, the ship was rebuilt in 2003 for cruises along the Croatian Adriatic coast. It has a total of 19 cabins and is owned by the Ercegovic family from the well-known village near Split, Krilo, Jesenice.
On Day 1 (Friday) the adventure starts in Dubrovnik (Port Gruz), with an overnight stay in Dubrovnik. On Day 2 (Saturday) in the morning, the party will sail out on a cruise from Dubrovnik to Pomena, a hidden port on the idyllic island of Mljet, with an overnight stay in Pomena. On Day 3 (Sunday) the journey continues to the town of Hvar, with an overnight stay in Hvar. On Day 4 (Monday) in the morning, the party sets sail from Hvar to the island of Bra and a place called Bol. In the afternoon, the ship continues to the Makarska, with an overnight stay in Makarska. On Day 5 (Tuesday), the ship will sail out in an easterly direction, around the island of Hvar (its eastern side), and in the afternoon the cruise will reach the strait of Pelješac and the town of Kor?ula, with an overnight stay in Kor?ula. On Day 6 (Wednesday), the journey continues to Pelješac (Trstenik). In the late afternoon, the party will continue to Šipanska Luka on the island of Ipan, with an overnight stay in Sipanska Luka. On Day 7 (Thursday) in the morning, the party will sail out to island of Lopud, arriving in the afternoon on the island of Lokrum. Late in the afternoon, the ship returns to Dubrovnik for an overnight stay in Dubrovnik. Day 8 (Friday) will be spent in Dubrovnik. The nearest airports are Dubrovnik (around 22 km from the ship) and Tivat (around 102 km from the ship).
All cabins are air-conditioned with a private shower and WC.
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.