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Luka Gruz Dubrovnik

Luka Gruz Dubrovnik

Characteristics

Description

Gruz is the commercial port of Dubrovnik and has heavy traffic of freighters, ferries and cruise ships. This is the port of entry and a portion of the dock, beyond the location of Ferries, is reserved for the craft. This is the "Marina", pay, noisy and skirted by the very busy road, which is certain disadvantages.
The entrance to the port of Gruz is S of Rt Kantafig, turn to port and head SE to the platform carrying the fire. A red buoy without fire, located about 0.3 million SE of Rt Kantafig and 100 m W of the dock, said a rock under 4.5 m of water. A yellow buoy without fire, 0.2 million in the red buoy S indicates a wreck.
Good shelter surf but due to the passage of vessels.
4/04/2011
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Jojo
Gruz est le port de commerce de Dubrovnik et a un trafic important de cargos, Ferries et paquebots. C'est le port d'entrée et une partie du quai, au delà de l'emplacement des Ferries, est réservée à la plaisance. C'est la "marina", payante, bruyante et longée par la route très passante, ce qui constitue des inconvénients certains.

L'entrée du port de Gruz est au S de Rt Kantafig, virer vers le port et se diriger au SE vers le quai qui porte le feu. Une bouée cylindrique rouge sans feu, située à environ 0,3 M au SE de Rt Kantafig et à 100 m à l'W du quai, indique un rocher sous 4,5 m d'eau. Une bouée jaune sans feu, à 0,2 M au S de cette bouée rouge indique une épave.

Bon abri mais ressac dû au passage des bateaux.

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Flying distances - Direct line

Otok Sipan

9.4nm
295°
It is the largest and most populated island of the group Elafiten. It rises to 234 m at its N and a prominent hill rises 224 m NW of the SE end.
Ruda is a small island that is 0.5 M SE of the NE extremity of the island and Misnjaka, 13 m high, lies close off the NW extremity.
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16 Apr 11

Zupski Zaliv

6.7nm
120°
Zupski Zaliv is entered between Rt Sustjepan and Rt Pelegrin, 2.5 miles NW. The E and SE shores of this bay are backed by mountains, but a valley through which a river flows lies within the N shore.
Malastica, 628m high, stands 1 mile N of the bay. This hill has a somewhat sharp ...
13 Apr 11

Otok Lopud

5.7nm
286°
The island of Lopud belongs Elaphites. It is only 4.6 km2.
It has a pleasant village and some old buildings. You'll find a sandy beach.
There are two good anchorages: uvala Lopud (NW of the island), where is the village and uvala Sunj (SE of the island).
15 Apr 11

Otok Kolocep

3.4nm
283°
Kolocep island is located two NM from Dubrovnik. This small island is part of the archipelago of islands Elafiten.
Locals also call it Kalamota. Its area is 2.35 km2.
On the island there are two villages in the two largest bays of the island: Gornje Celo and Donje Celo that ...
15 Apr 11

Uvala Sumartin

0.5nm
239°
Uvala Sumartin, a small bay, is open to the W. It indents the W end of the Lapad Peninsula and lies between Rt Petka and Rt Gnjiliste, 0.6 mile N.
Small vessels can find temporary shelter here, but anchorage is dangerous in winter.
15 Apr 11

Rt Petka

0.9nm
235°
Rt Petka is the W extremity of the Lapad Peninsula, is bold, steep-to, and covered with brushwood.
Mount Petka, 192m high, rises above the point. This hill has two peaks and reddish brown cliffs on its seaward side.
15 Apr 11

Otocic Daksa

1.1nm
297°
Otocic Daksa , a densely-wooded island, lies with its S extremity located 0.3 mile N of Rt Gnjiliste.
Its summit is surmounted by a ruined fort. A light is shown from a structure, 4m high, standing near the shore on the N extremity of the island. A prominent disused light structure ...
15 Apr 11

Hridi Grebeni Petka

1.3nm
250°
Hridi Grebeni consists of a chain of barren, jagged, and reddish above-water rocks that lie on a reef between 0.2 and 0.6 mile W of Rt Petka.
A passage leads between these rocks and the point, but it is only used by small vessels with local knowledge.
A light is shown from a ...
15 Apr 11

Otok Lokrum

2.5nm
137°
Lokrum Otok Island is a 89 m high, located S of Dubrovnik, 3 NM WNW of Rt Pelegrin, the entry point of W Zupski Zaliv.
This wooded island, dark green has two peaks. Of SW it appears as two islands. The ruins of a fort located on the top N and S amounts to a monastery on the flat ...
14 Apr 11

Stara Luka Dubrovnik

1.7nm
128°
Dubrovnik enjoyed its greatest prosperity in the fifteenth and sixteenth century thanks to its fleet, the third world. There is a small port, Stara Luka, away from the ramparts, but boaters are not allowed. It is reserved for local boats and tour boats.
Boaters should proceed to ...
4 Apr 11

Stonski Kanal

17nm
300°
Stonski Kanal, a deep inlet, indents the SE end of Poluotok Peljesac at the NW end of Kolocepski Kanal.
Its shore rises rapidly on each side and provides protection from NE and SW winds. The village of Brocej is situated on the S shore 3.8 miles within the entrance.
It is fronted ...
25 Apr 11

Dubrovnik marina Miho Pracat

1.9nm
71°
ACI marina Dubrovnik lies near Komolac about 2 Nm from the entrance to the port of Gruž and only 6 km from the old city nucleus. It is located in a small inlet (Rijeka Dubrovacka) where a river flows.Approach: After leaving Rt Kantafig starboard, back to the marina. A small advance ...
4 Apr 11
Local Area

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Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

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It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
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Croatia

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Adriatic East

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Adriatic Sea

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Méditerranée - Mediterranean

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