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Gusari iz Lađevaca na Drinskoj regati 2011

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Vesela Drinska regata

BAJINA BAŠTA - Da najstarija turističko-rekreativna manifestacija na vodi, velika Drinska regata u Bajinoj Bašti, nema premca u Srbiji pokazalo se i u subotu, kada je najlepšu evropsku reku zaposelo blizu 20.000 ljudi sa oko 1.500 plovila i posada.

Tačno u 11 časova start 18. po redu regate u Perućcu, koja se održava u spomen na drevnu tradiciju drinskih splavara, hicem iz trešnjevog topa označili su ”Gusari” iz Lađevaca. Uz muziku, trube, vuvuzele i veliku graju na hiljade nestrpljivih regataša otisnulo se niz Drinu stvorivši nekoliko kilometara dugačku kolonu.

Među ovogodišnjim učesnicima dosta je onih koji prvi put dolaze na Drinu. Za Drinsku regatu grupa od 24 francuskih srednjoškolaca saznala je na internetu:

- Tražili smo da li ima u Srbiji nešto zanimljivo od dešavanja na vodi. Sedam dana smo bili u izviđačkom kampu na obali jezera u Zaovinama na Tari. Bilo je predivno, a i Drinska regata je nešto posebno.

Beograđani Bata, Mlađa, Žika, Rade, Jelena i Vesna na regatu dolaze nekoliko godina:

- U početku smo bili pomalo skeptični, jer dolazimo sa velike reke, Dunava, a Drina je mnogo manja. Svidelo nam se, lepo se družimo.

Dušan Purić i Saša i Dragoljub Stojanović iz Sokobanje kao i Ivan Đorđević iz Kruševca prvi put su na regati. Kažu da je regata premašila njihova očekivanja.

Pre revijalne, održana je i takmičarska regata od Perućca do Bajine Bašte, na kojoj je učestvovalo osam posada, a pobednik je ekipa ”Revite”. Posada je stazu od 12 kilometara prešla za 50,25 minuta.

Text: http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/turizam.90.html:339106-Vesela-Drinska-regata

Photo: Izrada sajta

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