Now that the squabble between the United States and Turkey has escalated to the point of denying visas to citizens of the respective countries, you may want to rethink plans for a sailing charter in Turkey next summer. Bummer, because Turkey has lovely cruising, great food and, other than some fanatics, wonderful people.
In an ‘adapt or die’ world, you may want to think about chartering in Croatia instead.
In the November issue of Latitude, Andrew Vik of San Francisco walks down memory lane about his 10 years of owning the Islander 36 Geja in the Med. He’s spent most of his time in Croatia for good reason — it’s wonderful. You’ll be able to get an idea from the accompanying photos.