Paul Branovici was born in a small village by the shore of Lake Razim. When he was just a boy, he used to sneak out of the house and spend countless hours fishing on the Danube canals.
Years went by and the little boy turned into a coxswain on transoceanic ships. He wandered through the Seven Seas for a long time and finally he decided to come back home.
After endless quarter watches and some entrepreneurial ventures, Paul managed to save up some money. He invested all his gain into a rusty boat bridge, used by the communists for cane harvesting.
With the help of his family, one year later, Paul turned that rusty wreck into a magnificent four star floating hotel, a genuine pearl of the Danube. He named the ship Anda 1 and the vessel functioned for about 14 years, after which Paul had to refurbish it again. Now it’s even more shiny and welcoming than it was on its first days of glory.
After giving the boat its first facelift, Paul started organizing fishing parties with groups of amateurs and professionals. Then, he invited over some photographers and in the end, he organized tourist programs for all of them. In time, he added team buildings and nature photo sessions in the wilderness.