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Luka Bisevska

Luka Bisevska

Characteristics

Description

Bisevska Luka is a cove in the W coast of Bisevo.

Suitable only as a temporary refuge from the bora. When other winds start blowing, especially westerlies or south westerlies, yachts should leave without delay.
It provides no adequate shelter from the sirocco either, since this wind is apt to change its direction to the SW in these parts.

Yachts can anchor in the inner part of the cove (depths 5-10 m).

24/05/2011
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Jojo
Luka Bisevska
24/05/2011
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Jojo
Bisevska Luka est une anse de la côte Ouest de Bisevo.
Convient uniquement comme un refuge temporaire de la bora. Quand d'autres vents commencent à souffler, en particulier d'ouest ou de SW, les yachts doivent partir sans délai.
Il n'y a aucune protection contre le sirocco, car ce vent est de nature à changer sa direction vers le SW dans ces régions.
Les yachts peuvent jeter l'ancre dans la partie intérieure de l'anse (par 5 à 10 m).
24/05/2011
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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

Otok Svetac (Andrija)

11nm
284°
Otok Svetac (Andrija), 305m high, lies 13 miles ESE of Otocic Jabuka and is generally steep-to. The coast of the island is rocky and reddish in color on the NW side. Its SW end is fronted by a few rocks. Hrid Kamik, a dark and jagged above-water rock, lies 0.7 mile W of the SW extremity ...
25 May 11

Otok Bisevo

0.6nm
168°
Bisevo is located SW of Vis, 4 NM Komiza. This small inhabited island has an area of 5.8 sq. km. The highest point is Strazenica (239 m). The islanders live from fishing and agriculture.
On its shores steep, there are many caves, the most famous is the Blue Cave (18 m long, 6 m ...
24 May 11

Bisevski Kanal

2.4nm
69°
Bisevski Kanal, 2.2 miles wide, leads between Otok Bisevo and Otok Vis. This channel, in good weather, can be used to advantage to shorten the route out of the Adriatic. However, in winter with strong winds and currents it is best avoided.
24 May 11

Uvala Balun Bisevo

0.8nm
109°
Balun is a cove in the E coast of the island of Bisevo, just S after Hr Tocac .The famous Blue Cave (Modra spilja) is situated in this cove. At noon, when the sea is calm, sunrays penetrating into the cave through an underwater opening are reflected from the white bottom, ...
7 May 18

Rt Kobila Bisevo

0.8nm
69°
A light is shown from the extremity of a small promontory, Rt Kobila, on the NE side of the island.
24 May 11

Otoci Pakleni

19nm
56°
Plakeni islands, or Cursed Islands, are located at the W and S of Hvar town.

The islands are rocky, covered with bushes and trees. They are usually deserted, except in summer.
They offer many choices of moorings sheltered and there is a marina Palmizana.The islands'name ...
26 May 11

Otok Ciovo

33nm
22°
Ciovo is an island in the center of the Dalmatian archipelago. This is an area of 28.8 acres (15.3 km length, width of 3.5 km). It culminates at 218 m (Mount Rudin).
O. Ciovo forms the SW side of the entrance and inner part of Kastelanski Zaliv.
At East side, Ciovo is 2km from ...
7 Aug 11

Rt Stupisce Vis

3.2nm
63°
Rt Stupisce, marked by a light, is the SW extremity of the island.
Brdo Hum, 587m high, stands 2.5 miles NE of this point and is the summit of the island. This conspicuous peak is bare and surmounted by a signal station.
24 May 11

Luka Komiza Vis

5.3nm
44°
The city and port, well sheltered, are located in the NE corner of Big Bay Komiza on the coast of W O. Vis.
The breakwater of the harbor is obvious with the light at its end.
Approaching from the N, go to the W of the island of Mali Barjak which carries a light.
NW are Plicina ...
24 May 11

Pakleni Kanal

20nm
55°
Pakleni Kanal lies between Pakleni Otoci and Otok Hvar.
It is a deep and wide channel, with access at both ends, which leads to Luka Hvar.
This channel is frequented by small vessels with local knowledge and affords good shelter from the bora, although heavy squalls may be encountered.
The ...
30 May 11

Otok Zirje (Sibenik)

42nm
340°
Otok Zirje is the farthest and the largest island in the Sibenik archipelago.
It is long of 6,5 NM (NW/SE) and 1,4 NM wide.
The main village, Zirje, is located in the middle of the island. A small port, luka Muna, on the coast N of Zirje, home to the ferry that connects the ...
16 Aug 11

Otok Sveti Klement Pakleni

18nm
55°
The island Sveti Klement is the largest of the "Pakleni Otoci".
Its area is 5.27 square kilometers and it has 29.891 km of rocky coasts.
A portion of the island, whose highest peak, Glavica, is 94 m high, is covered with scrub and pine woods.
The island is surrounded by ...
27 May 11
Local Area

Otok Bisevo

Bisevo is located SW of Vis, 4 NM Komiza. This small inhabited island has an area of 5.8 sq. km. The highest point is Strazenica (239 m). The islanders live from fishing and agriculture.
On its shores steep, there are many caves, the most famous is the Blue Cave (18 m long, 6 m ...
24 May 11

Otok Vis

Otok Vis is the largest island in W Croatia. It is located northwest of Korcula.
During the Second World War saw was the main base of the Navy of the Resistance. The British Special Forces commandos were also on the island, fighting the Germans with the Partisans.
Until the ...
14 Jan 19

Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)

Split Dalmatia county covers theS  part of Dalmatia. The main town is Split, Croatia's second largest city by population and it is the largest city in Dalmatia.
Split is situated on a peninsula between the part E of the Gulf of Kastela and the Split Channel.
The city is ...
4 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

Dalmatia (Croatian Dalmacija, Italian Dalmazzia) is a coastal region of Croatia along the Adriatic, stretching from the island of Pag in the northwest, the Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) to the south East.
It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

Winds:Do not underestimate the winds, especially bura (bora) in the Gulf of Kvarner and the Velebit channel. Other winds are more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to south along the coast. For example, the "Mistral" (Mistral) which is especially nice ...
19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

Winds—WeatherBora is the name of the cold and dry NE or N wind which blows with great strength and affects the Adriatic Sea in the cool season. It is much less frequent and generally much weaker in summer. This wind is felt strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...
30 Jul 11
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