|Swimming in the cool clear water from the boat|
|View from the galley|
Everyone deserves to do this trip. Basically we went off and found island upon island. Some islands have shops, markets and cafes. When we weren't boating, we swam in the ocean, tanned on the deck of the boat and relaxed with a glass of wine under the stars at night. We slept with the windows and doors open listening to water lapping at the side of the boat. One night we discovered what we thought was phosphorescence in the sea water. I was mesmerised and played with the water in my hands watching it sparkle. It was a magical and relaxing holiday.
|Another peaceful mooring|
There are 1185 islands off Croatia's coastline. Some islands were smaller and finding food was harder. But then they were so peaceful and the remoteness was a big part of the attraction. We managed to anger a donkey when we dropped anchor next to his patch. He was most upset with us. Obviously not a lot of people came past.
The only advice I will give if you decide to go boating is to make sure you have maps. We didn't get much from the boat hire companies. Here are links to a few of the boat charterers in Croatia - Sunsail, Bareboat and Sail Croatia
|Sunset at Marina Agana|
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