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Luka Budava (Kavranj)

Luka Budava (Kavranj)



Luka Budava is exploited on a large part, by a marine farm. To reach the anchor must exceed the mussel.
Anchorage by 3 / 4 m at the bottom of the cove.
Good protection.
Luka Budava (Kavranj)
Luka Budava est exploitée, sur une grande partie, par une ferme marine. Pour atteindre le mouillage il faut dépasser les parcs à moules.
On mouille par 3/4 m au fond de l'anse.
Bonne protection.
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