Living the boat life in Croatia

All aboard Tuna! Tuna will be my home for the next 7 days as i travel around the top Croatian islands. I had to see them all, so by boat I go! There are 25 passengers and 3 crew members on our new floating home. There are a few boat companies that offer this trip, but we decided to go with Sail Croatia. We were very happy with our boat and our decision.

Within minutes I had quickly become friends with people from all over the world. The agenda is island hopping of course, but first the mid evil city of Dubrovnik. It is one of the most enchanting cities I have ever been to, and the filming place of Game of Thrones! Kings Landing up close and personal. It was magical…and I was geeking out!

A daily routine of morning sailing and swimming, followed by lunch, and then port a new island by afternoon. I could get use to this! I was feeling very lucky by the heavenly landscape and living the boat life. I was already head over heels for Croatia. I know that a lot of people travel to the country, but I also feel like I have found a hidden gem. As I do in every country, I hiked, ate, and tried about every local wine possible! I ate in someone’s back yard, kayaked, and danced in a cave! Let’s just say I had an amazing time, and a tan to prove it. Everyone needs to explore this amazing country!

Island hopping line-up:

Dubrovnik- Game of Thrones..no other words needed:)

Mljet- The island is one beautiful national park

Korcula- The town where Marco Polo is claimed to be born. Don’t argue with the locals, they are very sure of this!

Hvar- Climb the Spanjola fortress and don’t miss the sunset at Hula Hula Bar.

Stari Grad- Wine Tasting!

Makarska- The beautiful island has a dance club in a cave!

Split- Final stop and great place to explore, if you are not too tired. Korcula

Captain Lindsay

Dubrovnik

Fortress in Hvar

Fun times

Kings Landing

Mljet's National Park

Morning Sail

Tuna

View from my cabin entering the port of  Makarska

Winery Friends

Živjeli (cheers in Croatian)

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