Bracera "Our Lady of the Sea"

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Name: Our Lady of the Sea
Owner: The Dolphin Dream Society
Operator: The Dolphin Dream Society
Ordered: December 2005
Builder: Mile Jadrešić, Betina, Murter
Completed: October 2010
Maiden voyage: April 2012
Identification: 237 DB, Dubrovnik - Croatia
Notes: more info: Maritima ART
General characteristics
Class & type: single masted bracera
Displacement: 8704 kg [1]
Length: 9.75m/17.6m (31ft/58ft)[2]
Beam: 3.6m (12 ft)[3]
Height: 14.8m (48'6ft)[1]
Draught: 0.87m (2'1ft). Max: 1.2m (3'1ft)[1]
Depth: 1.98m (6'5ft)[1]
Propulsion: IVECO, 64 KW [4]
Speed: Cruising: 5 kn (10 km/h, 5.75 mph). Max: 10 kn (20km/h, 11.5 mph)
Capacity: Passengers: 6 - 8 (maximum 12)[5]

Bracera "Our Lady of the sea" (Croatian: Gospa od mora) is a replica of a traditional Croatian sailboat from the 18th century launched in April 2011 and operated by The Dolphin Dream Society.[2] She was built by Mile Jadrešić, a traditional boat builder from Betina on the island of Murter, according to designs of Velimir Salamon and Nenad Bobanac. Before departing for Dubrovnik, her home port, "Our Lady of the Sea" was christened on April 19, 2012 in Supetar, Hvar with Croatian poet and novelist Vesna Krmpotić as her godmother.[1][3]

As of 2013 this traditional bracera was docked in ACI Marina Dubrovnik, used for educational purposes and special excursion tours with its main aims being the promotion and preservation of the maritime heritage of the Adriatic region.[3][4]

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  1. ^ a b c d Salamon, Velimir (2011). The Croatian Brazzera EMH Newsletter- number 27, 2011, Retrieved 10 November 2012
  2. ^ Portal, Jutarnji (June 27, 2006). "Dupinov san gradi jednojarbolnu braceru za promociju Hrvatske". Jutarnji list (in Croatian). Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  3. ^ a b Official website of the Maritime Adriatic Responsible Tourism. Maritima ART Retrieved November 24th 2012
  4. ^ Gamulin, Ljubo (June 27, 2006). "On the trail of lost values". Livingstone magazine. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 

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