The Postira was built in 1963 and it’s one of those Adriatic transport boats that feels seemingly ageless. It just keeps chugging as the decades pass by, country borders and names changing while its hearty diesel engines remain the same. This is the type of boat the Croatian ferry operator, Jadrolinija typically uses to serve the route from Dubrovnik up through the Elaphiti Islands that sit just to the north of this supersonically-touristic walled city at the southern tip of Croatia. Despite being in Dubrovnik for the fifth time in […]

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