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Nautical destinations: Bol

During the 90′s, Bol was a high class destination thanks to the WTA tennis tournament that took place here till it shut down in 2003. Tennis stars like Kim Clijsters and Anna Kournikova played here and for a time there Bol was an „it“ place. Today it is like most little towns on island Brač, […]

Sailing in Croatia: On the way to Montenegro

There are lot of clients who charter a boat in Dubrovnik so they can visit Montenegro but in case you plan to do that there are few important things you should know. First thing is paperwork. Make sure you have the original papers of the boat  you are on together with the authorization of the […]

Saint Duje festivity

People from Split will say their town is the most beautiful  on Earth, and they have said it long enough for that sentence to become a part of local speech. But on May 7th every year it shines brighter than most days. On that day Split celebrates its patron saint  St. Duje, and it is […]

Nautical destinations: Prozura

Prozura is place on the norhen side of island Mljet. Prožura is actually a village that can’t be seen form the sea, but its inhabitants came down from the village and founded Prozurska luka (Port of Prožura) on the sea. From the first glance at this small fishermen’s village you could never tell that it […]

Family sailing: tips and tricks

Nowadays, modern families have less and less time to spend on quality time. What we can suggest as an excellent choice is doing a family sailing trip in a peaceful enviroment, like the Adriatic sea. Here are some tips based on the sailing experience of family members as well as employees of this company: 1. […]

National park Brijuni

One day spent here won’t be enough to see everything that needs to be seen; to truly experience this place stay a minimum of a couple of days. Situated of the west coast of Istra peninsula, this beautiful national park consists of 14 islands and islets of which Veliki Brijun and Mali Brijun are the […]

Nautical destinations: Lumbarda

Many people when visiting Korčula opt to got to Korčula town, the biggest and most popular town on the island, which in itself isn’t a bad idea, on the contrary. But then you will probably miss out on a charming little village ofLumbarda, situated southeast from Korčula town, only 15 minutes by car.  One more […]

One day sailing trip from Split

Prices for daily sailing are 100-130€ per person, or more depending on the size of the sailing boat. This price usually includes a skipper. Here are some route suggestions for daily sailing trips starting in Split: Split-Island Čiovo (all day swimming, no mooring fees) Split-Rogač (island Šolta). Depending on the weather and size of the […]

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