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  1. PRIMOSTEN BEFORE DEPARTINGTransfers & Arriving – As usual, we drove from the Milan area in 12 hours with a 2 hour lunch break at the Restaurant Pansion Martina on the coast road about 10 minutes north of Senj, our first glriled fish meal.Arriving the day before, we stayed at the Zora Hotel in Primosten. Our reservation included a buffet dinner, not recommended, but, the incremental charge was minimal. Thankfully, we had a great lunch en route. Next day, we had lunch before going to the marina at Konoba Bila Lucica restaurant about 10 minutes north of Primosten – great food at a great price overlooking the sea.Charter Company We chartered with Sunsail which has a very large operation in Kremik Marina. We stopped by in the morning and had an area briefing to supplement the knowledge we had acquired on previous trips. When inquiring as to when to return to check-out Tracker, we were told we would have access to the boat’s refrigerator no earlier than 4pm and were scheduled for the check-out procedure after 6pm. They adhered to this schedule giving us the option to depart with plenty of light to travel at least 10M.Note –At end of charter, Sunsail did not return the credit card receipt for the dingy and motor deposit. This was a surprise so we requested a note confirming the successful return of the boat.Copyright a9 2009 All Rights Reserved

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