Chapter One. The Northern Dalmatian mainland - Zadar to Biograd na Moru. Chapter Two. Islands off the mainland between Zadar and Biograd Na Moru, including the Kornati Islands. Chapter Three. The mainland between Biograd Na Moru and Primosten and the off-lying islands. Chapter Four. The mainland coast from Rogoznica to Split, including Trogir and Ciovo Island. Chapter Five. The islands around Split. Chapter Six. The mainland south-east of Split and the Peljesac Peninsula. Chapter Seven. The islands of Southern Dalmatia. Chapter Eight. The mainland coast, south-east of the Peljesac Peninsula, and Lokrum Island. Glossary. Index.
John Nash is an experienced Yachtmaster Offshore sailor and was a member of the winning crew in the first east to west British Steel Challenge Round The World Yacht Race. He fell in love with Croatia on his first visit in 2001 and works within the Croatian Marina industry specialising in advising on new marina developments. Jane Cody is an established freelance writer and a regular contributor for Time Out. She is a prolific blogger on Croatia and updates to the Croatia Cruising Companion and other sailing and non-sailing news can be found at www.croatiaonline.blogspot.com.
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