has one of the most beautiful marinas on the Adriatic Coast. It’s open year round, and is located on a deep bay where both fresh and sea water mingle, has 450 moorings, a mini-market and an attractive, small hotel. The city of Dubrovnik is situated at the south end of the Republic of Croatia, and as a yachting destination, is top notch, with its breathtaking scenery, unpolluted crystal clear waters and marvelous weather. The language is Croatian, with English also being fluently spoken, and its climate is typically Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot, dry summers. This part of the Adriatic Sea is also regarded as one of the top diving areas in the world. Famous French adventurer Jacques Cousteau once said that the underwater world around Dubrovnik was “one of the most beautiful underwater worlds” he had every seen. On land, Dubrovnik enjoys a diverse landscape with pebbly and sandy coves and beautiful beaches, groves of cypress and olive trees, and vineyards, lemon and orange plantations. One of the most famous features of the city are the walls which run uninterrupted for 1940 meters around the city. This complex structure, one of the oldest and strongest fort systems in Europe, is the main attraction for the city’s visitors. A ferry system links Dubrovnik to Rijeka, Split and many other places in between. It is also linked to various points in Italy with a car ferry service.