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ESCAPE TO THE SEA

“If you need a day away from crowds of the old city, head down to the harbor and let Niksa Smojver whisk you away. Climb into one of his speedboats, and 20 minutes later you’re in different world – on Lopud, a quite island without cars. From his former job as a spear fisherman, Niksa knows every secluded cove in the area.”

Mercedes Benz Magazine

“To make your trip to Dubrovnik truly memorable you have to experience the beauty of some of the 13 picturesque islands of Dubrovnik County. The most enjoyable way is to charter a boat from a professional local company. Dubrovnik Boats offers a range of eight vessels to hire, either for a day or half-day. Our well-informed and highly skilled skipper, Mato, took us to the local islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Šipan, to soak up the local atmosphere, while enjoying the splendour of the coastline and diving into the emerald coloured sea for a swim.”

theglassmagazine.com  

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“Escape the riff raff by chartering a private speed boat. I can’t help looking smug as we glide out of the harbourfront and the city’s walls gradually recede behind us. To the north, the wooded Elaphiti Islands beckon. We spend the day swimming and snorkelling in secluded rocky coves without another soul in sight. The tranquillity is intoxicating; a brief visit to Sunj beach on Lopud island is disheartening; there’s just too many people.”

worldtravelguide.net

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“Rocking the boat in Dubrovnik: Island-hopping, cruising and swimming off the coast of Croatia. There’s no better way to explore the Adriatic coast than off Dubrovnik – island-hop, cruise and swim to your heart’s content.
Do it: Try Dubrovnik Boats for an Elaphite Islands Tour.
Prices on request.”

tntmagazine.com

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“Go to www.dubrovnikboats.com for tailor-made itineraries, visiting nearby islands and isolated beaches that you can have all to yourself.
Prices start from £288. For the perfect sunset cocktail, pop into Cafe Buza, where tables are perched on the rocks and ramparts above the sea. Tucked away behind a nondescript door, it’s a real find. On the cheap Dubrovnik was once part of the Roman Empire, and Italian-style food is a big part of the local cuisine, particularly fresh pizza.”

mirror.co.uk

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“Island-hopping Dubrovnik-style means clambering onto a boat, stripping down to your swims and sprawling on the deck to soak up the sunshine, while someone else (Dubrovnik Boats have everything from small speedboats up to luxury yachts) takes you from one stunning location to the next, like you’re Jay-Z or something.”

TimeOut

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CROWD-FREE CROATIA

“Escape the mainland hordes and discover the allura of the Elafiti islands”

Sunday Times Travel

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“Dubrovnik Boats – verhuurt jachten in het hoogste segment. Dubrovnikboats.com”

LXRY magazine