Grebastica is an inlet of 3 NM long, at 3 NM N of Primosten. Luka Grebastica is bordered on the N by Ostrica peninsula on which a wall was built to defend the village from the Turks.
The breeze blows in the afternoon in the bay and there are only two sheltered anchorages.
The best is in a cove on N shore, near the hamlet of Baselovici. We anchored near the entrance of the cove by 6 m. Store nearby. The other anchor is on the side of Luka Grebastica S, SE of Rt Oltrica Vela. We anchor by 8 to 12 m.
Grebastica est un bras de mer de 3 MN de long, à 3 MN au N de Primosten. Luka Grebastica est bordé au N par la péninsule Ostrica sur laquelle un rempart a été construit pour défendre le village des Turcs.
La brise de l'après-midi souffle dans la baie et il n'y a que deux mouillages abrités.
Le meilleur se trouve dans une anse sur la rive N, près du hameau de Baselovici. On mouille près de l'entrée de l'anse par 6 m. Magasin à proximité.
L'autre mouillage se trouve sur la côte S de Luka Grebastica, au SE de Rt Oltrica Vela. On mouille par 8 à 12 m.
Gebrastica from the SW.
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