Today we take a big trip to the south that leads us along a series of islands: Murter Kaprije, Prvic and Zlarin. Along the way, you can relax with a book on the front deck and enjoy the surroundings. We saw some beautiful dolphins, ohh they were so damn cute. See pictures below.
Where its located?
Skradin is a small town in the Šibenik-Knin County of Croatia, with a population about 3,986. It is located near the Krka river and at the entrance to the Krka National Park.
Everywhere in all these islands you will find beautiful coves for a swim in the water. The water is clear blue with a lot of small fish. When we arrived in the small village, Skradin. We tried to catch some fishes.
In the small village is a very good restaurant. We were having a lovely dinner in this authentic little restaurant. Suddenly one of the skippers heard that a Bora was coming up. Oh no a Bora warning! #nopanic #staycalmanddrinkmorewine!
A bora is a Nothern cold wind. The more wind, the higher waves. The idea was to sail to a small island and have a picknick with the whole group. The only bar on the island is called Hakuna matata! But unfortunately the Bora came up. We sailed 10 miles to a big harbour called Biograd. A nice harbour with big speed boats but also authentic old fishermanboats.
Vrgada – Skradin Croatia, a long day of adventure!