Small busy port. A second port was created for the local boats to the E, just after the River. The fuel station is in between the W of the mouth. Warning: shoals along the coast of the mainland on both sides of Crikvenica. 2 red buoys indicate the cylindrical end of the bench at NW of the port, and a green buoy marks the end of shoals SE. To access the main port, it will pass between the red buoy over S and the breakwater at Port S. None of these buoys have fire, you must be very careful at night. To reach the fuel station, go to the S of the green buoy. The funds are from 5 m at the main port and 4m to the position of fuel. There are three possibilities Location: Main port: mooring after the location of the Ferry, in the space reserved for visitors. Fund 3 m. Must be declared upon arrival at the Tourist Office that manages these sites, and levy a port. At the entrance of the river just outside the entrance of the river in good weather. Funds between 4 m and 2 m. Beware of submerged rocks in front of the end of the dike S. New port: the rock breakwater that protects the harbor of S. 3m cash inside. Protected harbor of S.
Petit port très actif. Un deuxième port a été créé pour les embarcations locales à l'E, juste après la rivière. Le poste de carburant est entre les deux, à l'W de l'embouchure. Attention: des hauts-fonds bordent la côte du continent de part et d'autre de Crikvenica. 2 bouées cylindriques rouges signalent l'extrèmité du banc au NW du port, et une bouée verte marque la fin des hauts-fonds au SE. Pour accéder au port principal, on passera entre la bouée rouge la plus au S et le brise-lames du port au S. Aucune de ces bouées n'ayant de feu, il faut être très attentif de nuit. Pour rejoindre le poste de carburant, passer au S de la bouée verte. Les fonds sont de 5 m au niveau du port principal et de 4m au poste de carburant. Il y a 3 possibilités d'amarrage:
Port Principal: amarrage après l'emplacement du Ferry, dans l'espace réservé aux visiteurs. Fonds de 3 m. Il faut déclarer son arrivée à l'Office de Tourisme qui gère ces emplacements et qui perçoit un droit de port.
A l'entrée de la rivière: juste devant l'entrée de la rivière, par beau temps. Fonds entre 4 m et 2 m. Attention aux roches submergées en avant de l'extrémité de la digue S.
Nouveau port: sur le brise-lames en enrochement qui protège du S le petit port. 3m de fonds à l'intérieur. Port protégé du S.
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