Riva - Hvar Yacht Harbour Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Our schedule today is based on ferry schedules. We left the hotel this morning at 9:30 AM to go to the town of Korcula to catch the 11 AM ferry. It is a good travel day since it is raining. On the way, Jon gave us a history lesson and brought us up to date on all things Croatian and Slovenian. It is very interesting to learn about the different …
... that previous sailing weeks, there had been big queues to get into the marina with lots of agro from other skippers and boats almost crashing so we were kind of expecting a bit of an annoying day, but when we arrived a couple of hours later the marina was pretty much empty! The difference a week makes to take us out of high season! End result was that we were parked in Parmizana Marina around lunch time with the day to ourselves.
As ever with ...
... place in the country (2724 sunny hours each year) and one of the most popular tourist destinations. Hvar town, the islands capital, is where we would rest our head. What a place! As soon as you step off the catamaran onto the harbour you are immersed in a different world. Elegant restaurants, trendy bars and a row of posh, expensive boats fill your view. There is a general sense that if you care about being seen, this is the place to be. Some of the boats had Vespa's on the ...
... not long after we got there! Darren got a good pasta, and I got one of the best lasagnes I've ever had, it was so delicious! After dinner we went back to Splash and hung out with the bar guy whose shift had ended and his girlfriend. Our other friend was there again for a bit, and got us another shot of the Croatian stuff before he left, which was awesome! Someone had a dog in the bar who kept going around trying to hump everyone's legs, and the bar guy ...
... trip, this trip was a combination of sailing time and stops, although at this point I'm not sure how many stops we had, but I think it was 3. As previously, the scenery was beautiful - clear but water, gorgeous hills and cliffs just rolling into the water, sunny skies.
Our first stop of the day was the green cave. For this we had to jump of the boat and swim into the cave as the boat wasn't able to enter the cave. ...