Yachts in a bay on Mljet
Croatia is still the most popular Mediterranean area for Germans, nowhere are more crews sailing with their own boats or on charter trips than here. Reason enough to put together a package that has a lot to offer both for owners and charter crews.
Procur Bay on Mljet
Kornati expert Bodo Müller was out and about in the archipelago and came back with the current state of affairs. A lot has happened, new taverns have opened, others have become astonishingly professional. The first supermarkets are finally emerging in the barren, poorly supplied island kingdom. But prices and crowds have also increased significantly. The best tips.
In the Kornati islands
The area shows itself from a different perspective when boarding a small boat. We were traveling with a flotilla of Seascape 18s and got to know Croatia from a down-to-earth, sporty, but also decelerated perspective.
On the move in Croatia with the Seascape 18
Sailors shouldn't miss the area update by author Karl-Heinz Constant with an interview with State Secretary Babic about the further development of the buoy fields, the number of which has been growing for years. In 2011 this will be the case more than ever before. There are astonishing developments to report from the ACI marina chain: For the first time in almost ten years, prices have stopped rising.
Also an island tip for crews traveling in the south. The island of Mljet is the greenest of the Adriatic and has some of the most beautiful bays in Croatia. A portrait.
The big Croatia special now in YACHT No. 8/2011.