Cruise tip Italy: Portopiccolo Sistiana

Just a few kilometers or nautical miles away from the usual cruising action in Croatia, Friuli Venezia Giulia is an area worth discovering right on your doorstep, where there are high-quality marinas, excellent cuisine and a fascinating culinary hinterland to discover. A look at a region that has much to offer for water sports enthusiasts and pleasure travelers. How about...

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In Croatia, you can now operate rented boats up to 6.8 hp without a license.

"Früh übt sich, was ein Meister werden will" is probably one of the most famous quotes from Schiller's drama about the Swiss national hero William Tell and should probably also apply to the intended change in the boat license regulation in Croatia. The Croatian government plans to allow rented boats up to a length of 5 meters and a maximum...

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Entry Croatia: fewer controls at Easter?

Update: 08.04.2022 From next Saturday, just in time for the start of the Easter vacations, Croatia will lift all Corona restrictions. "EU citizens will be able to enter the country from next Saturday without the previously required proof of vaccination, convalescence or testing," Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic announced through the media. There will also be no more restrictions for restaurants...

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Entry Croatia, Italy and Slovenia on the way to normality with valid EU Corona Certificate

Update: 07.02.2022 Here again in plain text the requirements for entry to Croatia: Digital COVID-19 certificate of the EU is sufficient! Travelers confirm the now-practiced practice at the Croatian borders: "The Croats just wave through." In order to facilitate entry to Croatia, among other countries, in times of the Corona pandemic, the EU member states have drawn up Corona rules...

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Italy - Upper Adriatic Sea: Marano Lagoon

The Upper Adriatic is booming! Not only as in the 1970s among beach tourists, but also among yacht owners. The more the bureaucratic "bora" blows in the east, the more skippers are drawn back to the Italian coast. Thus, the region between Muggia and Lignano has experienced a strong maritime growth spurt in recent years and can now offer much...

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Germany and Austria lift travel warning for Croatia and Italy, both countries no longer a risk area.

Both Germany and Austria are extremely positive about the situation in Croatia due to the coronavirus pandemic, as the German Robert Koch Institute has exempted all of Croatia, with the exception of Medimurje and Varazdin counties, from risk area status effective June 13, 2021. German boat, ship and yacht owners, as well as all other holidaymakers, can now once again...

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Croatia: RKI classifies many coastal areas as non-risk areas.

As the Robert Koch Institute announced on its homepage in an announcement today, the classification as a coronavirus risk area for numerous areas of Croatia, in particular the coastal regions of Istria, Dubrovnik-Neretva, and Split-Dalmatia, was withdrawn as of 6. June 2021, so that German travelers returning from Croatia do not have to present a test when entering Germany, nor...

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Entry Germany: from Italy without quarantine, Croatia and Slovenia could follow.

Update 14.05.2021 The question of whether the respective quarantine ordinances of the individual federal states are still valid could only be conclusively and resiliently clarified today due to the holiday on Thursday. In addition the Federal Ministry of Health explained on inquiry: The entry regulation stepped on 13.5. into force. It applies nationwide and -uniformly. We have compiled information here....

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