Archive for 'Sailing Croatia'
At the begging of April Croatia Boat Show took place in Split again, but somewhat smaller. Only four companies exhibited their sailing boats, together with more on offer for products like folding bikes, dinghies, kayaks. Ultra sailing exhibited Beneteau Oceanis 35, Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 and motor boat with four cabins from shipyard Fountaine Pajot-MY37 which […]
That Lastovo was indeed an island of cristal stars, Slovenian astro photographers Mikuz Herman and Andrej Mohar confirmed in 2008. They concluded Lastovo was the place with the most beautiful star sky in all of Europe, with its location being away from the mainland and all possible pollutants. So of you are lucky enough to […]
Many people visited two cheerful exhibitons this weekend in Split. Photo exhibit by Feđa Klarić acted as a time machine to distant 70′s, with over a hundred prints of black and white photos in memory to an era that has passed. A few hundred meters away, in the City of Split museum the colorful and […]
Vis is a popular nautical destination and we have mentioned it lots of times so far, either through annual event in October „Vis regatta“ or the bay recommendations for mooring and anchoring. This time we tied our boat to Vis boardwalk and went on a tour of the island’s inland. The cheapest rent-a-car is Beetle for […]
Badija is a small island in Korčula archipelago situated between Korčula island and Pelješac peninsula. From Badija to town Korčula (ACI marina) there is about 20 minutes by boat. Lumbarda is a bit closer, but with a smaller marina where you need to make a reservation a day before. Reservation cost is extra 100 kn, […]
Island of Jabuka is uninhabited island in the Adriatic Sea, located about 70 km west of the island of Vis. It is 97 meters high cliff, without coves and possibility of anchoring. Jabuka, with Brusnik, is the only Adriatic island built of volcanic rock which causes deflection of magnetic needle in compass on boats that sail […]
Komiza is an old fishing village situated on the west side of Vis island inside deep Komiza bay, open to west winds. There is a newer road of about 10 km that connects Komiza to Vis town. Komiza had its golden age from 1815 to 1918 when it was Austrian administration, when it turned into […]