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Luka Bakar Primorsko Goranska

Luka Bakar Primorsko Goranska

Characteristics

Description

"Bakar" is the Croatian word for copper. Bakar is a port for bulk cargo and used to be known for its industrial complex.

We moored at the dock where the funds go from 0.30 to 4 m or is anchored in the harbor by 8 m.
Good protection but the SE and Bora.

29/07/2011
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Jojo
Luka Bakar Primorsko Goranska
4/08/2008
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Bakar, situé au fond de la baie bien abritée qui porte le même nom, est malheureusement un site industriel. Bakar "est le mot croate pour le cuivre. Bakar est un port pour le fret en vrac.

On s'amarre au quai où les fonds vont de 0,30 à 4 m ou  on mouille dans le port par 8 m.

Bonne protection sauf du SE et de la Bora.

29/07/2011
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Jojo
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Flying distances - Direct line

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20nm
181°
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147°
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130°
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9.4nm
159°
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4.2nm
284°
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Local Area

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Croatia

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Adriatic East

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Méditerranée - Mediterranean

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