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Luka Drace Peljesac

Luka Drace Peljesac



Drace is located in the corner of a large W baieoccupée by several islands, rocks and shoals.
Approaching from the N or NE, passing between O. Goljak and O. Galicak without being too close because of shoals and a rock n O. Galicak.
A tag concrete without fire indicates Plicina Bililo, 0.4 NM S O. Goljak.
From the channel Malog Stona or Zaliv Klek Neum, we can snake between the islands with caution.
A O. Pucenjak, 1 M WNW of Rt Blaca, funds of 0.9 m and less leaving more than 0.2 NM since its coast E. On the coast N O. Galicak is a rock.
Wearing Drace is large but shallow, you can moor on the inside of the breakwater, which carries a light, by 4 m or anchor in the harbor by 4 m.
The harbor is well sheltered.
Luka Drace Peljesac
Luka Drace Peljesac
Drace est situé dans l'angle W d'une grande baieoccupée par plusieurs îles, rochers et hauts-fonds.
En approchant par le N ou le NE, passer entre O. Goljak et O. Galicak sans s'en approcher de trop près à cause des hauts-fonds et d'un rocher au N d'O. Galicak.
Une balise en béton sans feu indique Plicina Bililo, à 0,4 M au S d'O. Goljak.

En venant du canal Malog Stona ou de Zaliv Klek Neum, on peut se faufiler entre les îles avec prudence.
A O. Pucenjak, à 1 M à l'WNW de Rt Blaca, des fonds de 0,9 m et moins partent sur plus de 0,2 M depuis sa côte E. Sur la côte N d'O. Galicak se trouve un rocher.

Le port de Drace est grand mais peu profond, on peut s'y amarrer sur le côté intérieur du brise-lames qui porte un feu, par 4 m ou mouiller dans le port par 4 m.

Le port est bien abrité.

Luka Drace Peljesac
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