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Getting to Dubrovnik or Split, Croatia via a cruise

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I realize it's possible to fly into Zagreb and then take a hop to a coastal city, Split or Dubrovnik or rent a car and drive to the coast from Zagreb, I but wondered if there wasn't a way to cruise there instead. I'll be in Israel and afterwards want to spend a month at an apartment in Spilt. It seems like a no-brainer to enjoy the beautiful sea and take a week to cruise to my destination. If I flew Tel-Aviv to Istanbul or Athens, is there a company that would give me one way transport to Spilt with a stop in Kotor and Dubrovnik?. It makes perfect sense to me but I can't seem to find a cruise line that would provide it. Seems like the only way to get by ship to Croatia is to get to Venice and take a ferry across. Does anyone out there know how to find the cruise I'm looking for?

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