North Route - 7 Days

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Day 1

Zadar – Otok Galovac

For the beginning, we would recommend a short drive to the nearby place to stay the night like Otok Galevac, Preko, and Poljana.

If you decide to stay first overnight in Marina, late afternoon you can use it for exploring Zadar Old Town.

Leisurely walk to visit the sights of Zadar (The Sea organ, Greeting to the Sun, Church of St. Donat, Museums (Museum of Ancient Glass, Museum of Illusions, Captain's Tower…) and have a nice Mediterranean dinner in restaurants such as Proto, Giardin, Bruscheta, Pet bunara, Kornat or Foša will surely brighten up your evening.

Our recommendation is to buy an online ticket for NP Kornati at: (for easier booking each boat has its code with all required boat info which you will receive in the boarding pass)

The benefits are that you can buy it up to a day before you plan to go to NP

Kornati, so you can more easily plan your trip given the weather and adjust accordingly.

NOTE: Have cash with you because there is no possibility of cashless payment on the Kornati islands.

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Day 2

Otok Galovac - Pavleština/Saharun Bay

After morning coffee. You head northwest, after a little over an hour you stop in the bay Pavlešina (near the town of Muline).

After swimming in this beautiful bay, it is time to continue navigating, sail towards Saharun Bay (if you have a south wind instead of Saharun, let Pantera Bay be your place to spend the night), along the way you will pass a sunken boat (Michelle), if you like diving, the wreck is interesting for sightseeing.

Watch out for slightly stronger currents when anchoring.

Find your buoy in Saharun Bay.

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Day 3

Pavleština/Saharun Bay - Premuda/Krijal

After a night on the buoy, it is time for new thrills, we head towards the island of Premuda.

Premuda is an outer island rich in fish and famous for its beautiful underwater cave (cathedral).

You can rest and swim on the buoy either in the bay of Premuda or in front of the port of Krijal.

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Day 4

Premuda/Krijal - Susak/Mali lošinj

Sail towards the island of Susak, the only sandy island in the Adriatic. Dragoca and Bok bays are good for swimming and lunch on board. We recommend walking around the island also you can visit the lighthouse at the top of the island.

You are heading towards Mali Lošinj. Along the way, you will see a lot of beautiful bays suitable for swimming if you have enough food supplies, water, and electricity spend the night in one of the bays.

If your crew prefers the marina, shower, restaurants and other advantages of the "civilization" marina and the town of Mali Lošinj are close.

If you are in town, visit the museum where the statue of Apoxyomenos is exhibited, and the port is also adorned with the traditional sailing ship Nerezinac.

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Day 5

Susak/Mali Lošinj – Cres/Rab

This is a day that must start earlier than the others, the bridge that divides the island of Lošinj into two parts, the Privlaka bridge over the canal, which is about 80 meters long and 8 meters wide, opens every day at 9:00 (and 18:00).

Leave the fenders down while passing through the canal because the canal is not very wide, and the currents can be unpleasant.

After the adrenaline rush through the canal, head to the island of Cres and Punta Križa. Find your piece of paradise in one of the many backwaters of this bay and enjoy.

The town of Rab is a town with four bell towers and is surrounded by a rampart and is one of the jewels of Croatia and is worth a visit. ACI Marina Rab is your safe piece of paradise in the night ahead. Numerous restaurants and a beautiful promenade guarantee relaxation.

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Day 6

Cres/Rab - Sali

It is time to start back south. After a night in the marina, we are heading toward the island of Silba.

This is the longest navigation this week. 25 NM of navigation is required to reach the port of Silba.

On the island of Silba, except in the town (port) of Silba, it is possible to spend the night in the bay of Sv. Ante, and on the island, there are several beautiful beaches, many of which are accessible only from the sea.

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Day 7

Sali - Molat - Zadar

From Silba we go to the island of Molat and the bay Jaz. In a beautiful bay, there is a pier for a dinghy, from there the trail takes you to Molat - in 10 minutes.

There is 16 NM left for Zadar, on the island of Ugljan there are a couple of small bays for a shortstop for swimming (Mostir, Ćinta, Frnaža,)

It is time to go back to our base.

Refuel, our staff is waiting for you on the pier, and hand over the boat to the staff from the base.

Skipper, bravo another week is behind you, the last maneuver is over, it is time to drink something cold end enjoy dinner somewhere in the city.