Croatia to promote its maritime heritage at Gulf Week- Gulf of Morbihan festival in France

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A project titled "Croatia - Where Masts Write Stories", which will promote Croatia at a forthcoming European maritime festival in the French coastal city of Morbihan, was recently presented by Cronavis, an association for the promotion of Croatia's maritime heritage.

Following an invitation from the organisers of the festival "Gulf Week - Gulf of Morbihan", which will take place in the northwestern French region of Brittany from 27 May to 2 June, Croatia will promote its maritime heritage, the Cronavis chairman Plamenko Bavcic recently said.

He said that the purpose of attending this biennial festival is to increase the recognisability of Croatia as a maritime country.

Over a thousand boats gather in the Ascension week every two years to put on an extraordinary spectacle in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the organisers say on the festival's website.

Croatia's programme includes the presentation of tradition of small shipbuilding from Betina on the island of Murter and from the islands of Hvar and Ugljan. (Hina/FaH)