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Quicksilver 675 Sundeck Activ is a boat created for maximum enjoyment on the sea. Big and comfortable sun deck provides a plenty of space for you to enjoy bathing in the sun or sitting in the shade, surrounded by deep blue waters of Zadar archipelago.
Our skippers are real professionals, familiar with the local islands. You can be assured that you will be taken to all the best and hidden places around. Take a boat tour with us and make you dream vacation come true
Kornati islands18 n/m
It is the biggest group of islands in Croatia, settled in middle Dalmatia. Kornati declared to be a National park in 1980. You can explore through the 89 unforgettable islands, islets and reefs in the Kornati National Park. There you will test all of your nautical skills.
Dugi otok 27 n/m
Dugi otok is primarily a place of relaxation and enjoyment. Fans of active vacation will find satisfaction by exploring the island across the arranged and marked hiking trails or on excursions to the Nature Park Telašćica and the National Park Kornati.
Ugljan 6 n/m
The island of Ugljan is a part of the archipelago of Zadar and the closest island to Zadar. The settlement has several attractive beaches. Most beautiful ones are in the Cinta, Mostir and Luka coves, and restaurants that are famous for their domestic specialties.
Pašman 7 n/m
Pašman - the island without frontiers. The island of joy and happiness, of little people with big hearts. Pašman overwhelms and enters the pores of our innermost being. It is like a small link that will always miss you.
Iž 12 n/m
Situated in Zadar archipelago, Iž Island nestles between islands Dugi otok and Ugljan, and its two villages – Veli Iž and Mali Iž – lay perfectly settled along its coastline. The island has been inhabited since prehistoric times.
Rava 15 n/m
Rava is a hidden island in Zadar’s archipelago. Small, with just 3,63 square kilometers, still has two settlements on it. Vela (Big) Rava is in the middle of the island and Mala (Small) Rava on northeast coast.