But. Where the hell is this Jeanneau 54 going? To the rocks? So it would seem, judging from the picture above. But look instead at the image below, it reveals the arcane. We are in Croatia, the passage between the rock formations is really narrow, but the depth is a reassuring 8 meters. All it takes is a good dose of seamanship to squeeze through one of the straits–the narrowest in the Mediterranean!
But. where the hell is this Jeanneau 54 going?
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