Almissa was custom designed for intimate small ship cruising, holding a maximum of only 38 passengers, plus crew. Almissa’s communal areas have been designed to facilitate interaction between passengers onboard, giving guests’ plenty of opportunities to socialise and relax onboard this ship.HOW DO I BOOK?
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Almissa features a spacious Top Deck, complete with sunloungers for guests to relax in and soak up the sunshine.
Almissa's Main Deck provides a shaded lounge area, where guests can take in their surroundings from the comfort of the alfresco space. The rear of the ship also features a swimming platform, allowing guests to enter the water with ease.
The Dining Salon features a modern minimalist design and spacious bench seating, making it the perfect location for meals to be served daily. A fully stocked bar is also located within the Dining Salon.
The ship offers spacious Above and Lower deck cabins, that are fitted with double or twin beds. Cabins are based on twin-share and all feature air-conditioning.
Each cabin onboard has a private ensuite featuring a shower, toilet, basin and mirror.
Almissa operates on our Explorer Cruises, offering an authentic cruising experience for like-minded travellers.View Cruise
Almissa is available to book as a whole ship charter, allowing groups to have the entire ship to themselves.
Sailing onboard Almissa is a true bonding experience, which is no surprise considering that it is a passionate family business. Like many families in Dalmatia, Marko and Pave are two brothers who share a passion for shipbuilding and sailing.
While Marko is the mastermind behind the strategy of building and maintaining Almissa, Pave is devoted to the process of its construction and ongoing performance.
The ship itself has been named after the once famous pirate stronghold, Almissa. This area is nowadays called Omiš, an appealing Croatian destination located approximately 25 km from Split.