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Croatia Central Dalmatia Otok Solta (Island)

Solta is an island in Croatia. It is situated in the Adriatic Sea in the central Dalmatian archipelago, west of the island of Brac, south of Split and east of the Drvenik islands, Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli. Wikipedia


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7 day from Trogir
Croatia:  134 km over 7 days
Trogir  > Stomorska  > Stari Grad  > ACI Marina Palmizana  > Vis  > Maslinica  > Trogir 



{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Stomorska
Croatia
Stomorska is the oldest coastal village on the Solta island. It offers a pleasant environment with local restaurants. The bay is unsheltered and does not hold anchors well.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Maslinica
Croatia
Maslinica is a port village on the island of Solta in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D111 highway. Maslinica has 208 inhabitants. Wikipedia
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Rogac
Croatia
Rogacis a port village in Croatia on the northern coast of Solta island in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D112 highway and by ferry. Wikipedia
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Necujam
Croatia
Necujam is a bay and village on the island of Solta in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D111 highway. Necujam has 171 inhabitants. Wikipedia

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{"id":41,"name":"Charter","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Sailing Europe Charter (Mala Maslinica)
Necujam, Croatia
SailingEurope is a company which promotes sailing, healthy life, ecology and a Mediteranean lifestyle.Our mission is to create and arrange customised sailing holiday packages on the Adriatic.Sailing Europe's headquarters are in Zagreb, Croatia with offices in Munich, Germany and Moscow, Russia. The founders spent part of their lives in Germany and UK and at one point decided to unite their business experience and Western standards together with young, brilliant and ambitious people in Croatia. For us, our business is a combination of the pleasure and the hard work, the combination which always gets best results.Enjoying the business as we do, we also know almost every corner of the Adriatic. We know people who have small family restaurants which serve homemade food. We also know people who own their vineyards and produce their wine in the small family cellars. You can even help them bottle wine if you want!Doing the business we in SailingEurope do, we also have principles and we will do everything in order not to compromise them. Your satisfaction with our service and your safety is the most important and we never compromise this! Ecology and clean environment is the second most important. We will take you to beautiful beaches almost untouched by other people, but at the same time we will always care to leave that clean and unspoilt environment for the next visitors and generations to come.Here in Sailing Europe we believe we know the Adriatic as it once was - and still is if you know where and how to find it.

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{"id":23,"name":"Jetty","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Donja Krusica
Rogac, Croatia
A small jetty in this small cove, west of Rogac, surrounded by a number of apartments.
{"id":22,"name":"Harbour","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Rogac Harbour
Rogac, Croatia
This medium sized harbour provides shore side mooring with good facilities and is also the only ferry link to Split on the mainland.
{"id":22,"name":"Harbour","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Maslinica Harbour
Rogac, Croatia
The most western safe haven on the island of Solta provides a harbour with a solid break-water and some shore-side mooring. The town provides some good restaurants and facilities.
{"id":25,"name":"Bay-Anchor","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Sesula Bay
Rogac, Croatia
A long secluded bay provides some shelter for overnight mooring.
{"id":25,"name":"Bay-Anchor","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Tatinja Bay
Rogac, Croatia
This bay on the southern side of Solta island provides some natural shelter for mooring in one of the three branches.
{"id":25,"name":"Bay-Anchor","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Paradise bay
Rogac, Croatia
A natural bay on the south of Solta island offering exposed anchorage.
{"id":25,"name":"Bay-Anchor","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Stracinska Bay
Stomorska, Croatia
A natural bay on the south eastern tip of Solta island hosts two forks each with local boats.
{"id":25,"name":"Bay-Anchor","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Livke bay
Stomorska, Croatia
A large open bay on the most south eastern tip of Solta island offering some unsheltered anchorage.
{"id":25,"name":"Bay-Anchor","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Gornja Krusica
Stomorska, Croatia
A natural cove on the north eastern coast of Solta island south of Stomorska.
{"id":23,"name":"Jetty","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Stomorska Quay
Stomorska, Croatia
A beautiful bay narrowing to the south into a set of shore-side moorings surrounded by cafe's and restaurants.

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{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Stomorska
Croatia
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Stomorska
Croatia
The place looks great but we never got to sample the area. We arrived here hoping to get a morning but a large flotilla had taken all the spaces. We tried to anchor in the exposed bay but the anchor didn't take and given the forecast we decided to head for better shelter.

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