We had a fair distance to cover today to Brna on the island of Korčula which was promised to be quiet (by our 4 year old, latest edition, unreliable pilot book) and unspoiled by tourists. We spent about an hour last night planning
Continue reading Brna locals pose for photographs by visiting sailing yacht
Stari Grad was an attractive town with old buildings lining the quay but to honest when it’s this hot anywhere is difficult to spend a lot of time wandering around. We moored almost without incident Continue reading A fabulous anchorage when there was ‘no room at the inn’ (aka marina)
After two nights in Maslinica at £75 a night (gasp) we were ready for Stari Grad but ended up anchoring in a Hvar bay. After our first night we had been moved from the outside of the breakwater as the wind was likely to pick up – no complaints there. We had two descents meals in local restaurants and when walking back Continue reading Anchoring off Hvar
We’re moored up in Maslinica on the island of Otok Šolta after our first night aboard and first day on the water.
The flight over was pleasant enough that we questioned if it really was EasyJet and the transfer from the airport was only 10 minutes. Our yacht ‘Ladybug’ was a lot Continue reading First day in Croatia – sailing in thunder & rain