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iPhone - sail anytime anywhere

As a “storm” around iPhone release is settling down, we received this photo from our SailAdriatic fans, Mia and Jake, as a testimony that “surfing” today is easier than ever. Thanks to Mia for support and being onboard with us this summer from the comfort of her home ... more info >

contributor > jake > July 2007

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Komiza - Island Vis / Croatia

Situated in a deep bay, whose eastern coast abounds with large pebble beaches, Komiža offers excellent visitor opportunities: quality accommodation facilities - hotel, apartments, and a number of cultural and historic sites - monastery, fortresses. The special atmosphere of summer evenings is supplemented by performances of harmony-singing groups or children's choirs on the coastal promenade or in one of local restaurants ... more info >

contributor > plava > February 2007

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Stars & Stripes / San Diego

"Stars & Stripes." It is arguably the most widely-recognized name among all American sailing vessels. Team Dennis Conner's original Stars & Stripes went to Australia in 1987 and won back the America's Cup in Fremantle, defeating the Aussies'Kookaburra III.
Next Level Racing's Stars & Stripes / USA 34 was designed by David Pedrick and built in 1994 by Goetz Boat Works for Team Dennis Conner's single-boat campaign during the 1995 America's Cup in San Diego ... more info >

contributor > gogi > August 2006

on the spot >
Peljesac Peninsula

This winter was extremely unpredictable, bringing low temperatures and storms in the Adriatic region. The view of Peljesac Peninsula covered by snow and calm waters of "Kanal Malog Stona “ is one that we remember for long time. In just couple of months, as the season approaches, the first sailing boats would appear on the horizon.

contributor > tami tamba > january 2005

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Aboard Strudel

When was the last time you have sailed and enjoyed the view of mountains covered with snow? This crew spend a day sailing aboard Strudel, Niagara 31, with skipper Wolf Heym in Vancouver , Canada. Beautiful weather and mild wind made this sailing trip unforgettable. That was opportunity for everyone to practice, improve sailing skills and exchange experiences necessary for upcoming season. After long day on the water the crew wrapped the day up with Wolf's specialty - worm Irish coffee !

contributor > lou stamenic > february 2004

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Regatta Zoran Radosavljevic Memorial

took place in Herceg Novi, Montenegro from Sept. 6-7 and gathered over 40 sailing boats. The regatta course was Herceg Novi - Jaz [Budva] - Bigovo. The over-all winner was skipper Miroslav Franovic on "Mala Ponta". In popular "Micro Class" first place took skipper Vjoislav Pajnik.

contributor > vladimir jankovic > september 2003

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