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Cruise Tip Zadar

Whoever travels by yacht in Zadar County (Zadarska županija) in the northernmost part of Dalmatia around the city of Zadar(1), a visit to the port city and the seaside resort of Zadar is usually on the agenda. But directly in front of the former fortress town, whose predominant part of the old town is characterized by Venetian architectural style, the...

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Cruise South Dalmatia by yacht: Old Town of Dubrovnik

For those who have only one week and want to see and experience as much as possible with their own or chartered yacht in these seven days, South Dalmatia is the right place: around Dubrovnik, the center of the region, there are anchorages close to nature, modern marinas, cozy konobas on the water and lots of nature, often only half-day...

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Cruise tip Montenegro with the yacht

Montenegro is increasingly becoming a popular destination for yacht owners on the Adriatic. More and more guests discover the country south of Croatia for their summer vacation, whether for charter, for discovery cruises with their own yacht, to spend a bathing or relaxation vacation or to explore the Mediterranean cities as well as the picturesque hinterland.. Montenegro - as a...

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Croatia by yacht: cruise tip Elaphites - Lopud

Of course, if you are sailing along the southern Dalmatian coast, a visit to Dubrovnik is a must. But only a few nautical miles northwest of Dubrovnik and southeast of the Pelješac peninsula, there are the inhabited Elaphite islands of Koločep, Lopud and Šipan, three jewels that invite you to take a detour, partly with quiet bays, many sights and...

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Kvarner cruise: mountainous coast southeast of the marina Punat on

You don't have to travel the world to feel like you're in paradise. The Istrian town of Pula is only a few hours drive from Austria and a few nautical miles from the Croatian dream destination Kvarner. Thanks to the mediation of Master Yachting Germany and at the invitation of Kiriacoulis Mediterranean, we were allowed to look around the area...

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Women on board

Fortunately, the days are long gone when women on board (as well as clergymen, by the way) were viewed with suspicion by seafarers. According to superstition, both brought bad luck in equal measure. Successful female sailors such as Isabelle Joschke show that equality has long prevailed on the water: exactly four weeks after the first racing yachts, the 44-year-old German-Frenchwoman...

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