We are considering visiting Croatia in late spring/early summer and are wondering if a cruise on a sailboat yacht would be a good way to see the country. I see that Windstar Cruises has a trip starting and ending in Venice, with stops in Rovinj, Opatija, Trogir and Dubrovnick. Alternatively, there is a cruise that goes from Venice to Pula, to Dubrovnik, to Kotor, Montenegro, to Pylos, Greece, to Monemvasia, Greece and back to Athens. Has anyone experienced either of these cruises or have recommendations for other cruises to Croatia? We don't want to drive in a foreign country where we don't speak the language and only have ten days, including travel to and from the U.S., so we want to be efficient. We don't necessarily need luxury, but we do want convenience because of our time constraints. Any information would be appreciated.
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