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Dora was born in Split, a coastal city built around an old palace, and loves everything that involves the sea. She enjoys Mediterranean culture, cuisine, and the feeling of home it brings her. She regularly seeks adventure, exploring Croatian islands during the summer, and living the native's way of life. Dora studied economics in Zagreb, and hopes to connect business, tourism, and marketing into her dream job.
To really get to know the vessel you will spend your holidays on, you should learn a little something about the parts. Here is an alphabetical ”everything you have to know about ships” guide.Dora - 20 July 2020
Zadar is the oldest continuously-inhabited Croatian city. It is situated on the Adriatic Sea, in the northwestern part of the Ravni Kotari region. Because of its rich heritage, Zadar is one of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations. It was crowned "the entertainment center of the Adriatic" by The Times and "Croatia's new capital of cool" by The Guardian. Zadar is easily reached by land, sea and air and it has a good infrastructure connecting it directly to major cities in Croatia and Europe. Whichever way you decide to travel to Zadar, the natural beauty of the landscape will not disappoint.Dora - 08 July 2020
In order to become a true sailor, you’ll first need to learn some essential sailing terms. Luckily, we’ve got you covered! In this A-Z of yachting terms, we’ll briefly explain yacht terms, parts, equipment, sailing commands, and even some pirate jargon.Dora - 08 July 2020
Hvar is a Croatian island that has a reputation for being the sunniest place in Europe. Hvar is also the name of one of the towns on the island of Hvar. It is the perfect destination for those seeking an escape from their daily lives. The beautiful island is truly unforgettable. You can find small fishing villages, vineyards and the smell of lavender flowing above the crystal clear blue water. Some call it the Croatian St Tropez as it has been attracting celebrities and socialites since the 19th century. Beyonce and Jay Z even conceived their first born son sailing around Hvar. They named him after the Blue Ivy, a plant that grows on the island.Dora - 30 May 2020