That evening we Albania Phone Number List staggered the few yards to the marina restaurant and managed to have a serious dinner with bottles of Primosten wine to wash it down. Walking back to the boat in the dark, the wind had dropped and a light rain Albania Phone Number List was falling. On the saloon table was laid out a nearly empty bottle of Balvenie single malt whisky and a nearly full bottle of Hine brandy. A classical CD was found in a drawer and put on the Albania Phone Number List ship's stereo."This is MacRaminof's piano concerto number three in C." opined Malcolm.
Tuesday 22nd Albania Phone Number List May dawned cloudy, light rain but mercifully calm. At 0800 sharp a young, friendly policemen arrived, complete with gun in holster. He fiddled about with a growing heap of papers and the five passports, all of Albania Phone Number List which he had checked the day before. The Harbour Master arrived and inspected our insurance policy and my qualifications as captain. He seemed well satisfied, wished us a pleasant voyage in Albania Phone Number List excellent English and departed.
Much stamping Albania Phone Number List and signing of papers and further passport inspections and then the policeman stamped them with our exit stamps. Finally both the policeman and the customs man walked down the dock to Cape Farewell to inspect the removed v parts in their box that we had to export from Croatia. These consisted, as Albania Phone Number List per the signed list, of three condensers, a nearly new alternator belt and the box itself. They wouldn't stop for coffee and pronounced us free to sail for vCorfu, having officially cleared out from Croatia. Albania Phone Number ListTen minutes later we sailed.
The sea was still lumpy but there was only a small following wind about the same velocity as the ship as we steamed south-east. Gradually the wind dropped and the sky cleared and it became flat calm, warm and sunny. We arrived at Korcula fuel berth at three thirty and took 230 gallons of diesel in half an hour. With over 500 gallons in the tanks we had plenty of fuel for the long overnighter to Corfu.Then a smartly-uniformed customs man arrived in a rather battered little car. He had an air-force blue uniform, a crew cut and tinted, gold-rimmed glasses.