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Summer 2022

Stari Grad

Stari Grad is a town on the northern side of the island of Hvar. It is one of the oldest towns in Europe, settled by the Greeks in 384 BC who originally named it ‘Faros’. Today it is known as Stari Grad which literally means ‘Old Town’ The town lies five miles deep into a […]

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Summer 2022

Kids On Board

After a long journey with flight delays, it was midnight by the time our daughter and granddaughters arrived, still full of energy and excitement for a week on board. Their agenda for a fun packed holiday was to go to the beach, play in the sea, have ice creams every day and eat out at […]

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Summer 2022

The Great Wall of Ôstrica

Leaving behind the small island of Krapanj, our next stop was just a few miles on to Uvala Mirine where we anchored in the lovely calm bay surrounded by trees with views of an old medieval defensive wall. It seems to be a popular bay for the locals who were sitting around the rocky ‘beaches’ […]

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Summer 2022

Exploring the Šibernik Archipelago

With a force 3 westerly wind we lifted our anchor (along with an old disused fishing net) and left Rogoznica. We sailed slowly around some small islands, avoiding the fishing boats, heading north towards Otok Zmajan in the Šibenik archipelago. On arrival at the island we planned to anchor in Uvala Smetnja but it is […]

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Summer 2022

Water, Water Everywhere, Now We Can Drink It Too

We stayed in Split for nearly a week as it offered good shelter from some strong winds plus we had visitors due to arrive in a few days time. Whilst there we met new friends in the anchorage. They were living on their boat but also had an apartment and car in Split and very […]

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Summer 2022

Going Where The Wind Takes Us

We untied our lines at Baotić Marina after a busy morning making use of all the facilities and motored 2nm to the bay opposite for a quiet night. Uvala Racetinovac is a pretty bay with nothing other than trees, an old ruin and of course a random Hajduk sign painted onto a rock. There were […]