Adriatic Sea Forum, thanks to its widely appreciated formula, is a crucial meeting point for all players with interests in the cruise, ferry and nautical areas and more generally in the tourism and maritime sectors,who operate partly or exclusively in the Adriatic. Since 2013, the forum has made an important contribution to sharing ideas and facilitating the development of new projects, as well as launching strategies, businesses and proposals.
13.01.2018. was a meeting of Honorary local representatives in Cruising association. CA members, backed up by a small team of dedicated staff, share experiences, knowledge, and fun to get the most out of cruising. During this visit to London we also visited the London Boat show 2018.
As part of the practical teaching of the Maritime Faculty of Kotor, in the presence of the teacher prof. Dr. Srećko Favro and associate in the teaching Mrs. Msc Maja Škurić, were organized practical courses from the Yacht and Marina Technology in Marina Porto Montenegro in Tivat. The student was hosted by the marine manager Mr. Roddy Blair , who explained them the work and concept of the marine. Also it was organized visit to Nautical Museum and diesel-electric submarine P-821st.
After 18 straight record shows, the Biograd Boat Show has firmly established itself as Central Europe’s in-water show, with the most exhibitors and vessels on the Adriatic. The key to the show’s success is the unique atmosphere in the intimate setting of Biograd and the impressive facilities and management of Ilirija d.d. which include Marina Kornati, Ilirija hotels, restaurants, and entertainment facilities. With more than 300 exhibitors and 300 vessels, this show is unique, as sunset marks the end of the exhibition day and the beginning of an on-site evening program offering great food and live entertainment each night, continuing … Continue reading –>
The Greek territory comprises 6000 islands and islets, scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Sea which make one of the most beautiful and interesting cruise areas in the world. Bounded by the Greek mainland to the west and north, the Turkish coast to the east, and the island of Crete to the south, the Greek islands represent a truly unique phenomenon on the European continent. The Greek Archipelago offers a highly diversified landscape: sheltered bays, beaches stretching along many kilometers, coastal caves with steep rocks and black sand typical of volcanic soil, golden stretches of sand with dunes, pebbly beaches, … Continue reading –>