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Tena Prelec
Attended University of Trieste
Lived in Rijeka
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al si macka!!!
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Rijeka - Belgrade - Rome - Venice - Trieste - Moscow - Brussels - London
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  • University of Trieste
  • Moscow State University
  • Peoples' Friendship University of Russia
  • University College London
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Maurizio (Arawak's founder and owner) is a fantastic sailing instructor, a skilful skipper and even a great cook. Both me and my sister have obtained the on- and off-shore boating license after attending the sailing course at Arawak: a difficult but highly rewarding journey. We were taught all the necessary technical knowledge, over and over again (thanks for your patience!). Even more remarkably, Maurizio managed to infect us with his endless love for sailing, something I eventually became very passionate about. The King Arawak is a rather impressive sloop of just under 20m, much bigger and more spacious than 'ordinary' leisure sailboats. It has some nice extras which are not normally present on other boats (electric toilets, now even air conditioning). Do not expect ultimate luxury but you can confidently expect a solid boat which is well worth the price paid for. Plus, with Maurizio you know you are always in a safe pair of hands. I don't really understand the negative comment previously posted, but I guess you can never accommodate everyone (plus, remember that a sailing holiday is a very peculiar kind of experience: it can be absolutely breathtaking, but you do need to be well suited for it! Space is restricted and group spirit is key). My family and I have travelled on the King Arawak to Istria and Brijuni islands over an extended Easter weekend and would jump at the chance of doing so again.
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