In the NW corner of Lake P. Jezero Guduca River flows. We can anchor in the river by 3 to 11 m, but it is forbidden to go deep in that river. The area is indicated by clearly visible signs. Stay in the middle of the channel by entering into the river because there are rocks on either side.
Dans l'angle NW du lac P. Jezero se jette la rivière Guduca.
On peut mouiller dans cette rivière par 3 à 11 m, mais il est interdit d'aller tout au fond de cette rivière. La zone est indiquée par des panneaux bien visibles.
Rester au milieu du chenal en entrant dans la rivière car il y a des rochers de chaque côté.
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