Adriatic from a yacht

Posted: Апр 05 2017

The afternoon was spent visiting with the Diocletian Palace in Sibenik which was assembled in the 3rd century. Diocletian's mausoleum is now a cathedral. His remains were removed as he was probably one of the worst persecutors of early Christians and the cathedral is St Dominius one of the martyrs. Jupiter's temple and Additionally, I visited with nearby.
On Tuesday we sailed to the really pretty island of Komiza. Some of us climbed the stairs up before lunch to the fort above the town for a view.
Later we had a chat and demonstration of another and lavender oil which is why the island is famous. Sadly prediction storms meant we failed to stay the night there but instead went on another side of the island to Vela Luka. We did not go there and left again at 3 am to sail to Mljet.
I was glad with this as it truly is a National Park. We crossed in a tiny ferry to your monastery on an island and walked to the big lake. Returning to the mainland, I walked several kilometer around the large lake and back then and left the others round the far coast of the small lake and arrived back at the dock to save. I estimate I walked over 8 km but it was lovely, there's nothing better like yacht charter in Croatia. The large lake is a strong blue seen here with the little lake a brilliant green and the monastery in view.: Would anyone help me with bareboat charter?