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We can’t get enough of sailing in Croatia! This week, we continue our sailing adventures aboard, our 40-foot sailboat, Kodo. We spend a few days hanging out in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, then sail north to check out the island of Korcula, and finish off the week in the town of Bol on Brac Island.

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Saying goodbye to our sailing life is tough, so we spend our last day on the boat docked in front of the most beautiful beach in Croatia – Zlatni Rat in Bol, Brac Island.

We know not everyone has the time or funds to rent their own sailboat. However, you can still see the islands by ferry. If you are traveling during the high season we would suggest you book online tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. 

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