Sailing regatta Kornati Cup was born on the day of the Little Lady in 1984, in fact, when a group of three sailing sailors sailed from Murter to Piškera. Already in 1985, this first regatta in the Austrian-Croatian co-production brings together 27 points and becomes traditional in the easter term. In 1988, Kornati Cup had already 118 vessels, thus becoming one of the largest regattas on the eastern side of the Adriatic. War events did not completely break the continuity of the regatta, which has always been abundant with interesting things. They still recount the Murter festivities on Rudina Square, unforeseen retention on Piškera and dangerous nightly navigation stages that required the maximum of ships and crews. Since 2001, Kornati Cup has received the current organizational form, a unique combination of sports and fun, professional sailors and those for who the result is not of a primary importance.