Brig Eagle 6.7

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About the ship
The perfect family dinghy for water sports adventures, the Brig Eagle 6.7 is made for long days at sea. Fast and agile, this 6.7-meter-long dinghy provides exceptional comfort and low fuel consumption, as well as ample space to carry up to 11 passengers.
Route description
1. TELAŠĆICA NATURE PARK

It consists of the bay Telašćica, which is the largest and safest natural Adriatic port, steep slopes that rise to 161 m above sea level and descend to a depth of 85 m, and the salt lake Mir. Telašćica Bay is located in the central part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southeastern part of the island of Dugi otok. It is surrounded by 13 islands and islets and contains 6 islands within the bay. It is one of the favorite destinations of bottlenose dolphins and due to its exceptional beauty and richness of flora and fauna, Telašćica Bay is an unavoidable place to visit.



2. KORNATI NATIONAL PARK

consist of a natural labyrinth formed of 89 islands, islets and reefs on a total park area of ​​216.78 km². It is located in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic. The sea is very clean and extremely transparent because the light penetrates deeply which creates a specific habitat for fish and various species of very beautiful corals. Most of the Kornati islands have been declared a national park due to the preserved nature and rich marine ecosystem.



3. TELAŠĆICA NATURE PARK AND KORNATI NATIONAL PARK



4. OŠLJAK

the smallest inhabited island (area about 0.332 km²) on the Adriatic Sea and the Croatian Adriatic coast. It is located in the Zadar Channel, the length of the coastline is 2.41 km, and the highest peak is 89 m high. Ošljak is an example of traditional Mediterranean architecture, in which the church of St. Mary from the 6th century, as well as a windmill mill from the 16th century. In the extension from the church to the north there are the ruins of the summer house of the Calogera family and they can be reached through gardens and pergolas (park). In 1630, an infirmary (quarantine) for infectious patients was built on Ošljak, and in 1775, mills (windmills) were built to grind grain. According to the 2011 census report, there were 29 inhabitants. Due to its interesting history and natural sights, sightseeing is a unique and special experience that is definitely worth experiencing.



5. MILITARY TUNNEL TUNNELS AND THE LARGE WAR LIGHTHOUSE

The Veli Rat lighthouse was built in 1849, is 42 meters high and today is the tallest lighthouse on the Adriatic. It owes its impressiveness to the yellow facade, in which, according to oral tradition, 100,000 egg yolks were spent. In the courtyard of the lighthouse is the chapel of St. Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors, in which the Roman Missal from 1869 is preserved.

Basic information

Place of departure

Zadar

Departure time

By agreement

Price

Rental price: 280 € - 380 €

Skipper price: 80 €

Groups of 10 people: 470 € - 480 €

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