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Luka Hodilje Peljesac

Luka Hodilje Peljesac

Characteristics

Description

Hodilje is on the SW bank of the fairway, 1 M NW of Mali Ston.
We moored alongside the pier, inside by 3 m.
You can anchor at N by 9 m.
30/04/2011
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Jojo
Hodilje se trouve sur la rive SW du chenal, à 1 M au NW de Mali Ston.

On s'amarre le long du môle, à l'intérieur par 3 m.
On peut y mouiller au N par 9 m.

30/04/2011
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Jojo
Luka Hodilje Peljesac
30/04/2011
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Localisation

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Sites around Luka Hodilje Peljesac
Flying distances - Direct line

Otok Sipan

11nm
132°
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.
...
16 Apr 11

Stonski Kanal

3.8nm
145°
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

Zaliv Klek Neum

6.2nm
311°
The narrow sea from Zaliv Klek Neum is 4 NM long and lies at the NE channel Malog Stone. It is surrounded by mountains and is inserted between Rt Rep Kleka and Rt Meded.
Depths exceeding 20 meters in most cases. There are several anchorages.
The SE part and W peninsula ...
3 May 11

Uvala Luka Peljesac

0.4nm
305°
NW of Hodilje, Luka is a small hamlet with repair yards of fishing boats.
You can anchor in the middle of the creek by 3 m. Funds back to 1.5 m near the wharf.
30 Apr 11

Luka Mali Ston Peljesac

0.9nm
134°
This small town is near the end of Kanal Malog Stone, on the Peljesac peninsula.
The channel leading to Mali Ston has several areas of rocks and shoals on either side, but it is well marked with lights. There are at least 3 m depth in the channel.
A small town bordering the ...
1 May 11

Ston Stonski Kanal

1.4nm
166°
The little town lies at the bottom of Stonski Kanal.
The channel from Broce to Ston is marked by five red lights at Port and 2 green lights to starboard. Warning to a submerged obstruction to about 70 m NNW of the end of the pier Broce, you have to go to the end of the pier to ...
26 Apr 11

Broce Stonski Kanal

2.4nm
151°
Broce is a small village located at the narrow entrance to the buoyed channel which leads to Ston.
Approaching Broce, channel funds back from 7 to 4 m.
26 Apr 11

Otok Jakljan

8.7nm
141°
Otoc Jakljan, fronted by islets  (Kosmec and Crvina) on its N side, lies close NW of the SW extremity of Otoc Sipan.
A white stony peak, 225m high, stands near the center of this island and is conspicuous from seaward.
Jakljan island is separated of Sipan by a narrow passage, ...
16 Apr 11

Rt Nedjelja

2.4nm
296°
Rt Nedjelja is the NW extremity of a tongue of land which extends 0.9 mile NW from the N side of Poluotok Peljesac.
Kanal Malog Stona becomes constricted and shallow SE of this point and can only be used by small craft with local knowledge.
Sheltered anchorage can be taken, ...
1 May 11

Uvala Kobas Stonski Kanal

4nm
144°
The cove of Kobas is located 2 NM from Rt Veja, in S of the canal. It houses a hamlet and a jetty.
Can moor at the pier or berth by 16 m.
25 Apr 11

Luka Okuklje Mljet

7.9nm
185°
The city is virtually invisible Okuklje wide, it is 10 km E of Sobra.
The shape of the bay is almost closed Okuklje and is a good anchorage, protected from all sectors.
At the entrance of Luka Okuklje, fire on the tip to the W of Rt Stoba appears. Stay in the middle of the entrance, ...
9 May 11

Otok Olipa

6.8nm
146°
Otoc Olipa, 206m high, lies with its SE side 0.5 mile NW of the NW extremity of Otoc Jakljan. This island is rocky and partly wooded. A light is shown from a prominent tower, 11m high, standing on the S extremity.Veliki Vratnik, a channel, leads between Otoc Jakljan and OtocOlipa. ...
16 Apr 11
Local Area

Malog Stona Kanal

Kanal Malog Stona is a landlocked continuation of Malo More. This channel extends 10.5 miles to the head, narrowing as it progresses.
Its SE part is known as Zaliv Malog Stona.
The shores of the channel are rocky and steep-to with mountainous terrain closely backing them. Rapid ...
1 May 11

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4 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

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It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

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19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

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30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

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16 Jul 12
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