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Sailing around Bisevo

Bisevo is an island connected to Komiza. Since it is 5 nautical miles away from Vis, it is usually a one day trip destination for visitors of Komiza. In the last 50 years, the youth has left the island but they come back in the summer. There are few permanent residents who also go to […]

Sailing around Vis

We all like Vis for its regata, pogaca, good fish, well organized berths, newspapers that arrive later and thus seem more important. We also like the remains of the old fortresses and abandoned bunkers that remind us of some other times. The main destinantions are of course  Vis and Komiza but when the weather is […]

Sailing around Brac

It seems that today sailors navigate the usual middle Adriatic coast routes: Split-Trogir, Hvar-Vis-Korcula. To moor your boat in peak season can be a problem sometimes. All type of boats become bigger and bigger and their crew becomes louder and  often without maritime manners.Local shops on most distanced islands sometimes are not ready for this […]

Sailing with skipper

Are you dreaming about sailing and have no licence or sailing skills or you just need a guide?  Thinking about discovering Croatian coast line, swimming in the salty and crystal clean sea and having relaxed atmosphere… Than choosing skippered boat is the best way for your holiday. Skippered boat can be choosed by a familly […]

ACI Marina Dubrovnik

ACI Marina Dubrovnik is located in south Adriatic, in Komolac in the Rijeka Dubrovacka, only 6 km away from the town walls and the old historical heart of Dubrovnik. The Marina is open all year round. It has 380 berths and 140 boat places on land. All berths have water and power supply. Facilities: Reception […]

Croatian islands

Croatian islands includes almost all the islands of the Adriatic coast and its central part, forming the second largest archipelago in the Mediterranean. There are a total of 1242 islands, small islands and reefs. The largest islands are Krk, Cres and Hvar. There are only 47 inhabited islands.  

Sea turtles

In the Adriatic sea there are three species of sea turtles (loggerhead sea turtle, green turtle and sevenstripes turtle). They are rare and therefore strictly protected. Turtles lives in the sea, and lay their eggs on the sandy shores of the Mediterranean and the Adriatic. Thousands of sea turtles are caught annually in the fisherman’s […]

Sailing trip from Split to Hvar

Even during the winter time for local sailors the most popular  sailing route is Split – island of  Hvar, so we decided to write a few tips in relation to Sailing trip from Split to Hvar. When leaving ACI marina Split (with private or charter boat) island Brač and island Šolta seems to be very […]

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