Kompas Holidays debuts M/S Stella Maris for 2018 deluxe Adriatic Coast cruises
Kompas is the only small ship cruise company to ply the Dubrovnik/ Porec and Porec/ Dubrovnik route this year
Kompas Holidays International’s 2018 cruises marks its latest portfolio of deluxe small ship cruises with the debut of the brand new 18-cabin M/S Stella Maris that will ply the pristine Adriatic Coast highlighting the best Croatia has to offer.
To mark the debut of the M/S Stella Maris as part of the Kompas fleet, the company is offering a special Early Booking Discount on selected April and May cruise departures for a savings of $300 per person or $600 per cabin for bookings received by Dec. 15, 2017. The specially-rated departures are all eight-day Adriatic Cruise programs scheduled between April 28, and May 26 (from Dubrovnik to Porec).
Kompas is the only small ship cruise company to ply the Dubrovnik/ Porec and Porec/ Dubrovnik route this year. From 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; stopping on the island of Mali Losinj, known as the Island of Miracles and Wellness; to the National Parks of Mljet, Brijuni, and Kornati. Fully-escorted sightseeing programs will also take you to the captivating island of Korcula, Marco Polo’s birthplace or “Little Dubrovnik,” and the island of Hvar, famous for its lavender fields.
Scheduled departures take place from April 28 through October 20, 2018 with the exception of the the August 25th and the September 29 departures, which are sold out.
This selection of cruises are aboard the brand new M/S Stella Maris.
With a capacity of 36 passengers, M/S Stella Maris features a salon/restaurant, swimming platform and outdoor showers, complimentary Wi-Fi and direct internal telephone communication from cabins to the bar.
The size of the 160-foot long M/S Stella Maris as well as Kompas’ other five-star small ship vessels — the M/S Adriatic Queen, M/S Arca, M/S Desire, the M/S Karizma, and the M/S Prestige — allows them to move freely and easily into the intimate ports of Croatian Islands.