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Adriatic Sea Cruise

The Adriatic Sea is the body of water to the east of Italy. On the other side of the sea are the countries of Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Albania. The Adriatic is a part of the Mediterranean. It is the site of many cruises.

Most Adriatic cruises depart from Venice. Other ports include Dubrovnik, Split, Trieste, Koper and Kotor. You might also see references to the Dalmatia coast, which is the coast of Croatia. See the list of cruises below.

Adriatic Cruises 2017

12-day Adriatic Dream cruise on Holland America Line. One-way from Rome (Italy) to Venice (Italy). Visit Messina (Italy), Valletta (Malta), Mgarr (Malta), Corfu (Greece), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Kotor (Montenegro), Korcula (Croatia), Split (Croatia) and Koper (Slovenia).
• 2017 departure: October 2.

9-day Adriatic cruise on Windstar. One-way from Athens (Greece) to Venice (Italy). Visit Hydra (Greece), Itea (Greece), Katakolon (Greece), Butrint National Park (Albania), Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia), and Hvar (Croatia).
• 2017 departure: October 3.

13-day Adriatic Adventure cruise on Holland America Line. Round-trip from Rome (Italy) to Catania (Italy), Corfu (Greece), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Kotor (Montenegro), Venice (Italy), Split (Croatia), Bari (Italy) and Naples (Italy).
• 2017 departure: October 12.

7-day Adriatic cruise on Cunard Line. One-way from Athens (Greece) to Venice (Italy). Visit Katakolon, Dubrovnik and Split.
• 2017 departure: October 14.

12-day Adriatic & Aegean cruise on Princess Cruises. One-way from Venice (Italy) to Rome (Italy). Visit Ravenna (Italy), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Corfu (Greece), Istanbul (Turkey), Khios (Greece), Sicily (Italy) and Naples (Italy).
• 2017 departure: November 23.

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