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CRUISING GUIDE I23aboardhSpend the day swimming and windsurfingaround the northern shores of DatçahPlunge into the natural deep-water anchorageof Keçi Bükü for wonderful water sports hSwim and snorkel in the calm waters sur-rounding Ekincik Liman hAnchor in the tiny hidden coves at KaputashTake the tender to the caves of Numara Adasi hSwim near the breeding grounds of the log-gerhead turtle en route to Ekincik Bay hBask in the warmth of the sun anchored in thehuge forested bay of Selmiye Koyu hEncounter Turkey's very own 'Dead Sea'around the headline of Ancient Lorymadon't misshHire a helicopter to visit the ancient Turkishcity of Ephesus ashorehExplore the Underwater Archaeology Museumin Bodrum hSuccumb to the benefits of a genuine Turkishbath in the ancient Lycian town of FethiyehJoin the locals and try your hand at livelyTurkish dancing at Turku Evi in FethiyehShop for a genuine Turkish rug in the tradi-tional bazaars of Marmaris hIndulge in a Six Senses Spa treatment at theKempinski, Bodrum hEmbrace Bodrum's Bohemian lifestyle with astroll along the Cumhuriyet Caddesi hDiscover the remains of the circular templededicated to Aphrodite, Knidos

croatiaDay 1Venice to Rovinj(63 nautical miles)Day 2Rovinj & the Brijuni Islands(12 nautical miles)Day 3Brijuni Islands to Pula(6 nautical miles)Day 4Pula to Cres & Losinj(41 nautical miles)Day 5Losinj to Rab(30 nautical miles)Day 6Rab to Pag & Zadar(45 nautical miles)Day 7Zadar to Kornati Islands(19 nautical miles)Day 8Kornati Islands to Sibenik(40 nautical miles)Day 9Sibenik to Split(51 nautical miles)Day 10Split to Brac & Hvar(24 nautical miles)Day 11Hvar to Vis(14 nautical miles)Day 12Vis to Mljet(35 nautical miles)Day 13Mljet to Dubrovnik(80 nautical miles)Day 14Dubrovnik to Porto Montenegro(49 nautical miles)24IICHARTER COLLECTION 2012Diversity is the key to good cruising, andCroatia's coastline provides a wonderfulcombination of magical islands, Romanruins and medieval towns. Although adored byvisitors throughout the centuries, Croatia remainsone of Europe's lesser-known cruising areas.Glorious remnants of the past pile up one on top ofthe other - Illyrian, Roman, Christina, Venetian andAustrian influences ooze from the architecture andcuisine. With more than 1,400 islands floating in the azurewaters of the Adriatic, the Dalmatian coastline,stretching from Brioni in the north to Korcula in thesouth, has entered the Mediterranean big league. aboardhSwim and snorkel in the beautiful warmwaters of Lucice Bay on BrachPaddle, swim and snorkel around the cliffs,caves and reefs of KolocephAbsorb the classical sounds coming from theconcerts in the Franciscan monastery on HvarhSail along the southern coast of Vis anddiscover several military tunnels from WW2dotted along the cliffshKeep an eye out for the colony of more than150 dolphins around LosinjhDiscover sunken ships and sea flora in thewaters surrounding Pag hTender to the luminescent Blue Grotto at Bisevo. don't misshThe oldest cultural festival in Croatia,Dubrovnik's Summer Festival takes place frommid July to the end of AugustashorehSoak up the sunshine and architecture of themain town of HvarhDon't miss Carpe Diem II - the latest beachclub on Hvar hClimb the 282 steps of Mount Hum in Vis tothe cave used by Tito in 1944 hDiscover the immaculately maintained 13thcentury monastery of Pustinja Blaca, BrachLose yourself in the maze of fortifications andvaults of Diocletian's Palace in Split hExplore Rovinj's Roman squareshGo wine tasting in the Istrian vineyards of HvarhExplore the magnificent amphitheatre at Pula