Orlandic’s metal house is at the same time an informal fishermen’s club. A box of beer is always chilled there for the man who catch fish with the net, and who always stop by when they are coming back from fishing.
– Ministers, directors, doctors, and captains have come here, but they have come in non official, friendly visits, as we would say, without the ties – says Rajko, adding that the beer is chilled with the fisherman’s ice, from the nets.
The “Vijesti” personel with the crew has talked in the thick shadow of the two Krcunovic’s beloved ones in the dry tying knots – former Tito’s yachts “Zevzda” (Star), now called “Teodora”, and next to her is “Torija”, a former torpedo hunter who protected the SFRJ’s lifelong President from the attacks of the enemy submarines. The both ships from the fleet of the ex YWN (Yugoslavian War Navy) are on the tree stumps. Slowly but with no doubt, they are getting their old splendor: “Torija” is already painted, the complete lower part has been made, the installations, propellers, and the original English motors “Perkins’s” were repaired.