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Nautical holidays in Croatia to have a boost after Nautical Channel release third season of popular documentary

Written by  Oct 30, 2017

The Nautical Channel, the world’s only specialized TV channel for sailing, water sports and travel, has started broadcasting the third season of the travel TV series ‘’Sail-Ho! Croatia’’.

More than 150 million viewers in 54 countries around the globe will now have an opportunity to see the beauties of Croatia as well as some, so far, unseen and undiscovered content.

The filming of the TV series started on the 30th of May 2017 at the Kornati Cup regatta, whilst the final film clap marked the end of the filming on locations in Istria at the end of July.

The first and second seasons of ‘’Sail-Ho! Croatia’’, broadcasted in 2015 and 2016, achieved a great result with an average audience of around 20 million viewers per episode. The third season is a logical sequel because more and more viewers, especially boaters, opt for Croatia as their next summer destination.

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‘’After exceptionally accepted first and even better second season of the TV series, we are delighted to present the third season to our viewers. They will once again have the opportunity to sail along the Croatian coast and we can hardly wait to discover more to them. Croatia is definitely a positive discovery and with each new episode we reveal something new and interesting’’, commented Andrew Miller, the director of Nautical Channel.

Some of the destinations that will be presented to Nautical Channel viewers include Konavle-Cavtat, Dubrovnik, Korčula, Omiš, the island of Brač, Vodice, Knin, Jezera, the small island of Vir, the islands of Krk, Cres and Lošinj as well as Istria and Zagreb.

The Amali Doare production, which has been producing this TV series for the Nautical Channel since 2015, is preparing the production and the fourth season, which is to be recorded in 2018.

The main partners of the series are ACI Club d.d., the Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ), the Croatian Electric Company (HEP), INA d.d., the Tourist Board of Zagreb, the Tourist Board of the Split-Dalmatia County, the Kvarner Tourist Board and many others.

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