Surely the highlight of our trip! According to the Irish author George Bernard Shaw (who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925), "On the last day of creation, God crowned his work, and thus created, out of tears, stars and breath, the Kornati Islands". The beautiful scenery, countless small and large islands (according to local lore "an island for every day of the year"), and the beautiful sea - all this makes the Kornati Islands a unique paradise. It is the largest and most dense archipelago in the Adriatic Sea - it comprises 147 islands, islets and reefs, with a total area of 69 km², spread over 230 km². They cover an area of 35 km of length and 13 km of width among the islands of Dugi Otok in the north-west, Žirje in the southeast, and Pašman, Vrgada and Murter in the north and northeast. From Zadar, we will continue our cruise, passing the strait between the islands of Dugi Otok and Pašman and heading towards the "Proversa", a narrow passage between the islands of Dugi Otok and Kornat, which is the entrance to the unique National Park. Passing countless, mostly uninhabited, islets we will reach the island of Mana, which on one side gently slopes into the sea, while on the other side it is marked by high cliffs. The ruins at the highest point of the island are not remains of historic times, but scenes of the movie "As the Sea Rages", filmed here in the late 1950s, starring Maria Schell. In the afternoon, we will continue towards north and anchor at one of the numerous islands of the beautiful Zadar archipelago - Dugi Otok, Zverinac, Molat or Olib.