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... learned that the captain first earned his license at the age of 15 and his full ocean license at 18. He bought the Gulet San shortly after turning 20 from a private owner and converted her single master cabin into 6 staterooms. At the age of 25, he received his complete international license for all types of vessels. I was a little confused when we first boarded as another, much older man was in the ...
... is still the same but the mountains are actually running right into the water ...no land between us and them , not so many towns today !! Bit more vegetation along the way. We stop in a bay of KORCULA and it's a swim and lunch spot ...Ness is in and swims to the land ...big effort !! Almost everyone's in ..nah not me !! Lunch and we are picked up in this boat to take us on our BUSH BASHING BUGGY TOUR .... Ness is my driver and wow ...the ...
... swimming! But lovely and refreshing swim, before coffee, sun and ride back through the Grk vineyards!
Our boat is moored in a lovely bay just 5 minutes walk from Korcula town. We are treated to a fish lunch, with seafood marinara entree, and layered custard dessert cake for Zel's birthday.
After a glass of wine, and the sun is out, I need to sleep off lunch on the deckchair on the boat!
Time to stir ourselves for the ...
I think every single morning without fail, I would hit my head on the roof as I exited from below deck.. I didn't learn! The boat was surprisingly spacious for 9 people and really quite nice! There were three 'double rooms' and Brogan and I shared the room with bunks, our beds tapered off for our feet and I did also hit my head but how much room do you really need to sleep! Their were two bathrooms on board, a kitchen, and seating area. The section where ...
... was an option, but Gare, Erenna, and I didn't mind walking, even in the heat. Lumbarda is a very small, quaint town right along the water, known for beaches, great food, and wineries. We rented bicycles and rode around trying to find a lighthouse we were told about. The ride wasn't far, but it was very challenging at times as to find the lighthouse we had to leave the paved road and ride up some unpaved hills. We finally found the lighthouse, parked the bikes, ...