Hidden Croatia, a Crossroads of European History

Explore old fortresses, amazing architecture, and secluded beaches on this CW Adventure September 10-22, 2010

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Jon Eisberg

Among the planet's last unspoiled cruising grounds, the brilliant Dalmatian coast, with its 1,000 islands, turquoise
water, and rugged alps rising precipitously from the Adriatic, was named by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the
10 most beautiful places on Earth. With magnificant sailing, centuries-old fortresses and architecture, secluded
beaches, lively towns, and welcoming people, this coast offers it all-plus the absence of tides and easy eyeball
navigation from one pristine anchorage to the next. Join CW and Peter and Carol King and special hosts Bernadette and Douglas on a one-way, 11-day bareboat sail to the World Heritage sites of Dubrovnik, Split, and Korcula. At an island vineyard, we'll watch the preparation of a traditional Croatian meal using the peka, a domed clay
or metal pot that's placed to cook on a hearth; then we'll sit down to enjoy the extraordinary resulting fare. Our voyage includes a welcome dinner party, two hotel nights (including one in Split), the Sunsail bareboat charter,
starter provisions, fuel, local taxes, the peka dinner, and private tours of Split and Dubrovnik.

$3,350 per person, sharing, monohull
$3,650 per person, sharing, catamaran

Join well-known bluewater cruisers and award-winning authors Douglas and Bernadette Bernon, who will be our special hosts for the Sea of Cortez and Croatia charters.

For more information contact:
King Yacht Charters
(800) 521-7552
www.sailingcharters.com