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Insel Sridnjak

Most obviously benefited by its advantageous geographic situation, Supetarska Draga on the island of Rab can hark back to a long seafaring tradition. Nevertheless, before reaching one of the oldest villages of the island, the sailors had to pass Sridnjak and Sailovac first. Sridnjak and Sailovac are famous for their small coves with beautiful sand and pebble beaches, that invite...

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Summer 2019 Croatia

The summer of 2019 is over, the first spurs of autumn are already trying to dispel the last sun rays of late summer more or less successfully. There is a great deal of bustle in the marinas as, after all, boats have to be made fit for winter. By now at the latest, when one’s own vehicle is available within...

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Charter yachts

Croatians are the world‘s champions when it comes to leasing yachts. According to the Croatian internet portal Pomorac, ”sailor‟ in English, each year about half a million charter guests are coming to Croatia in order to discover the Croatian coastline by one of the 4,378 charter yachts and charter boats. This is corresponding to a share of about 40% of...

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Restaurant Masarine, Premuda

It is nearly impossible for pleasure seekers to leave Premuda island, just less than ten square kilometres large, on port or starboard as at the Restaurant Masarine, an inside tip in skipper circles, very special delicacies are literally waiting for hungry seafarers: Naturally, freshly caught fish is being served, but as well pork, beef, sheep and goat meat, as well...

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Yacht stranded

The Croatian coastline is 1,777 kilometres long and adding the 1,185 islands, it totals to more than 6,000 kilometres of coastline, according to official measurements. Even relatively unexperienced skippers should be aware that, especially during the summer months, severe local storms might approach all of a sudden, in no way predictable when watching the daily weather report in the morning....

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Kaprije Island Croatia

Kaprije island, located more or less at the altitude of Sibenik, got its name from the vast population of caper plants, Kaprije in Croatian. Two harbours or marinas, respectively, though this term seems a bit exaggerated for the landing stage Kaprije Ostrica, facing the mainland, invite skippers to visit the island.

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