ZAGREB, Nov 18 (Croatia Sun News) – Nautical tourists who rent vessels in Croatia spent HRK 4.8 billion from the start of the year until the end of October, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce stated on Monday.
ZAGREB, Sept 30 (Croatia Sun News) – Dubrovnik is introducing a charge on foreign cruise ships as of 2021, which will range between HRK 2,000 and 40,000 per vessel, depending on the passenger capacity.
ZAGREB, Sept 21 (Croatia Sun News) – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Damir Krsticevic said in Dubrovnik on Friday that the Croatian Navy (HRM) is a basic factor of Croatia’s security in the Adriatic and a steward of the country’s interests in the Mediterranean.
ZAGREB, Sept 12 – The Zadar Cruise Port, located at Zadar’s Port of Gazenica, was declared the Port of the Year at the 2019 Seatrade Cruise Awards ceremony held within the CLIA Germany Gala Dinner, during Seatrade Europe, in Hamburg on Wednesday.
ZAGREB, Sept 9 – The National Tourist Board (HTZ) has announced that 12 foreign journalists, bloggers and YouTubers from eight countries will be exploring Croatia’s nautical tourism product in the Sibenik archipelago on September 7-11 with a view to promoting Croatia as an attractive and quality nautical destination.