Komiza Provita Accommodation
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For the sailors, departed Maslinica 0945, winds 20 degrees off our heading @ 5-10 kn, seas 1-2 ft, motorsail 24 nautical miles to Komiza on the island of Vis.
After picking up the laid mooring, we made fast and were settled by 1445.
We walked around the town and were treated to a sun worshiper on the beach wearing nothing but a smile, but unfortunately her 200+ pounds would ...
... was Diocletian's old mausoleum. His bones were removed by the Christians because he persecuted them. Now it has the bones of some of the martyrs. At noon, in the square, they have actors that come out as the emperor would have done in the past. The tour showed us some of the baths, the old dinning room complete with vomitorium because you would have 20 courses. Apparently it was good manners to puke and then eat more. If you were unable to puke, there were ...
... the whole week is fine and above 30 each day - wow!
The Afrodita is 41 m long and 8 m wide and sleeps 36 and has 5 crew. It has 2 masts, so it looks like a sailing ship, but in reality it's too heavy and the masts are just for show. It was built about 6 years ago and is really in great condition - wood panelling , polished and really comfortable. We have 31 passengers on this cruise - quite an unusual mix - ...
Breaking news! We have parted ways with ****** kitty. The break up occurred two days ago when said cat decided to sneak into the kitchen, jump onto the counter, and proceeded to wipe it's snotty oozing parts all over the food and kitchen supplies laid out there. The green phlegm stains all over one of the patio chairs was something we were willing to look past, as was the occasional amorous attempt at rubbing up on our legs and even the incident involving ...
... during a storm in 1939 and is still fully in tact. The diving here is insane. By no means am I a pro when it comes to diving, but with 30 dives under my belt I'm definitely not a rookie either. In most places there are very few dives that I am not able to do, but here, most of the sites are not accessible to me due to depth. Most of the dive sites are below 140 feet, with the most popular, a WWII plane way down at 240 feet which is essentially twice ...