Jon Bon Jovi’s family cruise on the Croatian Adriatic has come to an end but the legendary rock star has promised “I will be back here very, very soon.”
Starting at the southernmost port in Croatia and slowly, and in some style, working his way along the Adriatic coastline, island-hopping along the way, the rock star finished his Croatia dream cruise in Zadar.
Jon Bon Jovi (57), along with his family, arrived in Croatia on the 24th of June in Cavtat and boarded the luxury yacht Rarity. The family vacation included splashing around in the Adriatic Sea in front of Dubrovnik, before setting sail for Korcula, Hvar and Zadar. And at $260,000 a week to charter the 55-metre long mega yacht Rarity it would seem from various photos that Jon Bon Jovi’s son Jake shared on his social media accounts.
Jon Bon Jovi in Niko's in Zadar - Photo Facebook Niko
This was the American rock legends second visit to Croatia and according to a report in Zadarski.hr it won’t be his last. Looking relaxed and smiling broadly the whole family enjoyed a meal in one of the top restaurants in Zadar, “Niko” and when asked if he would come back to Croatia he quickly answered “I will be back here very, very soon.”
Jon Bon Jovi was more than happy to pose for photos with the staff and owner of Niko and according to the report enjoyed a meal of seafood and fish and Jon Bon Jovi paid the bill himself. The owner, Erik Pavin, presented the singer with some gifts to remember his time in Zadar, such as the famous Pag cheese.
It is believed that Jon Bon Jovi has made his way back to his band as they get ready for a concert on Wednesday in Germany, before continuing onto Poland, Spain and Belgium.